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Ojebway Language:

A Manual for missionaries
and others employed among the Ojebway Indians
by Edward F. Wilson, 1874

 

English-Ojebway Dictionary

 

F

Fable. See parable, story legend.

Fabulous giant. See giant.

Face; n. i. my, thy, his f.; nin-, ke-, o- dángwy. He has an angry f.; nishkáujingwa, v. n. 2. He has a black f.; muhkudáwingwa. He has a clean f.; peeningwa. He has a dirty f.; weeningwa. He has a fat f.; wéeniningwa. He has a greasy f.; noomingwa. He gr. his f.; o-noomingwánaun, v. t. I. He gr. his own f.; noomingwánedezo, mod. A. He has a large f.; mungudangwa. He has a lean f.; puhkáukkudwángwa. He has a f. like -; enahdangwa. He has a long f.; kinwingwa. He has pimples on his f.; moosáwingwa. He has a scar on his f.; oojeshingwa. He has a small f.; uhgáhsuhdángwa. He has a strange f.; muhyúggishkínzhegwa. He has a wrinkled f.; osegíngwa. His f. is cracked (chapped): gépingwa. His face is frozen; mushkuhwúhjingwáwuhje, v. n. 3. His f. is red; misquingwa. His f. is shining (radiant); wahsingwáse, v. n. 3. His f. is swollen; paugingwa, v. n. 2. His f. is uncovered; paúkingwáne, v. n. 3. His f. is bruised; uhpesingwa, v. n. 2. He bruises his (another's) f.; o-sháhshingwingwáwaun, v. t. V. He disfigures his (own) f.; mahnáujingwáödezo, mod. A. He paints his f.; wahwázheö, v. n. 4. He blackens his f.; muhkuhdáka, v. n. 2. He rubs his f. with medicine; o-senegingwábenaun, v. t. I. He washes his (own) f.; kesébegingwa. v. n. 2. He wipes his f.; kesingwa. He wraps his f. up in s. thing; tetebingwábezo, v. n. 4; o-tetebingwábenaun, v. t. I.

Face to face. See confront.

Face. Before his f.; anáhsumishkinzhegwad. (My, thy; -yaun, -yun, as part. of v. n. 2).

Factory; n. i. -kawegummig, (pl. -oon): e. g., cotton fact.; puhpuhgewuhyáunekawegúmmig. See manufacture.

Fade (change colour). It f.; áhnooshkah, v. i. I. (p. c. uhyah-). It f. in washing; keséeyahbahwá, v. i. 2.

Faggot; n. i. tuhkoobedag metegoonsun.

Fail; see incapable. He f. (works in vain); ahnuhwáweze, v. n. 3. It f.; ahnuhwáwezémuhgud, v. i. 8, (p. c. uhyaun-). He fails to reach him, it; o-noondashkuhwaun, o-noondashkaun, v. t. II., VII. (p. c. nwaun-).

Failure; n. i. ahnuhwáwezewin.

Faint. He f.; wúhnemekúhwe, v. n. 3; wuhnándumah, v. i. 1, (p. c. wan-).

Fair. See beautiful, handsome.

Fairly. He deals f.; qúuhyuk-ezhewabeze, v. n. 3, (p. c. quay-).

Fairy; n. a. windegóoqua, (pl. -g).

Faith; n. i. dabwayándumoowin. He has f.; dabwayandum. See believe.

Faithful. He is f.; quuhyuk-bemáhdeze. See zealous.

Fall. See autumn.

Fall. He f.; púngeshin, v. n. 6, (p. c. pan-); kuhwesá, v. n. 2,. (p. c. kawe-). It f.; pungesin, v. i. 5; kuhwesámuhgud, v. i. 8. He, it, fall somewhere; uhpúngeshin, uhpúngesin. He, it, f. thus; ezhesá, v. n, 2, v. i. 2. He falls hard; puhketáshin, v. n. 6. He is always falling; netah-pungeshin. He falls on his back; ahtuhwáhsa, v. n. 2. He f. on his face; ahchechingwása. He f. on his feet; neebuhwuhkesa. He f., being drunk; guhwéebe, v. n. 3a. It f. by the wind; (an. in.) guhwaushe, v. n. 3; guhwahsin, v. i. 5. He f. and hurts himself; bahwáneshin, v. n. 6. The river falls (lowers); oduske sebe.

Fall down. He, it, f. down; nesáhkooshkah, v. n. 1, v. i. 1, (p. c. nasah-). He lets him, it, fall down; o-nesáhkooshkuhwaun, o-nesáhkooshkaun, v. t. II., VII. He f. d. headlong; uhjédukésa, v. n. 2. He f. d. before him; o-kúh-wetuhwaun, v. t. II.

Fall in. He, it, f. in; pinjesa, v. n. 2, v. i. 2, (p. c. paunj-). He, it, f. in a hole; boodúhquasa, v. n. 2, v. i. 2, (p. c. bwah-). He lets it f. in a h.; (an. in.) o-booduhquanun, -quan, v. t. VI. He, it, f. in the water; googesa, v. n. 2, v. i. 2, (p. c. gwah-). He, it, f. in the w. out of a canoe, &c.; gedoónuggesa.

Fall (let fall). See drop.

Fall (make fall). See throw down.

Fall on. He f. on or upon him; od-uhshósekuhwaun, v. t. II. (p. c. ash-).

Fall through. He, it, f. thr.; sháuboosa, v. n. 2, v. i. 2, (p. c. shuhyaub-).

Falling star. See meteor.

Fallow. See waste.

False. See deceive, cheat.

Falsehood. See lie.

False prophet; n. a. wahyázhinga-aunwáhchegawenéne, (pl. -wug).

False report; n. i. kuhkeénuhwishke-duhzhingáwin, (pl. -un).

Fame (famous). See renown.

Family (or, band); n. i. enoodáwezewin, (pl. -un). One, two f., &c.; ningotóoda, neezhóoda, &c. We are two, three f., &c.; keneezhodáwezemin, ke-nesodáwesemin, v. n. 3, pl. His whole f.; anoodawezid, v. n. 3, part. He moves with his whole f.; kegoodáwishkah, v. n. 1. He comes with his wh. f.; pe-dussókah, v. n. 1. His f. is so large; enoodáweze, v. n. 3. How many are you in f.?; ahneen andúcheyag? All the children of a f.; ningotóonzhaun.

Family mark. See crest.

Family-way. See pregnant.

Famine. There is a f.; puhkuhdákummigud, v. i. 7, (p. c. pak-).

Famous. See great, renowned.

Fan; n. i. wawásaëgun, (pl. -un). He f.; wawásaëga, v. n. 2..He f. him; o-wawásáwaun, v. t. V. He f. himself; wawasáodezo, mod. a.

Fanatic. See enthusiast.

Fancy. See imagine.

Far; wáhsuh, see distant, He thinks it f.; o-wáhsuhwándaun, v. t. VII. It is not so very f.; náhgáwáhsuhwud, v. i 7. F. from each other; wahwahsuh. He comes from f.; wahsuh-oonjebah.

Farther; see further.

Fare. He f. so; enaunjega, v. n. 2. He f. well, (good food); minwaunjega.

Farewell; boozhooo. He bids him f.; o-boozhooäun, v. t. I.

Farm; n. i. ketegaun, (pl. -un). He f.; ketega, v. n. 2. He f. it; o-ketegáhdaun, v. t. VII., (p. c. kate-).

Farmer; n. a. ketegáwenéne, (pl. -wug).

Farming; n. i. ketegáwin.

Fart. He f.; boógede, v. n. 3, (p. c. bwah-).

Fashion. See custom.

Fast; keëgwishemoowin. F. day; keëgwishemo gézhegud.

Fast. He f.; keëgwishemo, v. n. 4, (p. c. kahegw-); puhkudáëdezo, mod. A. He f. one, two days, &c.; ningotoogoona, neezhogoona, v. n. 2.

Fasten. See tie, nail, bind,

Fasten to the end. He f. it to the end of s. th. (temporarily); o-naubuhjáushkuhaun, v. t. VII.: (permanently); o-náubuhaun, v. t. VII. He f. it to the end of a stick; o-nubbáhquuhaun, v. t. VII.

Fasten with a hook. See hook.

Fastidious. He is f., (over-careful of himself); tasenedezo, mod. A. See dainty.

Fat; n. i. wéenin. pemeda. He is f.; wéeneno, v. n. 4, (p. c. wah-). He has a f. face; weeninwingwa, v. n. 2. He is a big fat man; mechahbáweze, v. n. 3.

Father; n. a. oyoósemah, wayóosemind. My, thy, his f.; noos, koos, o- sun. Father!; noosá! He has a f.; oyoose, v. n. 3, (p. c. wayoo-). He is f.; oyóosemah, v. t. I. pass. He has him for his f.; od-oyóosemaun, v. t. I., (p. c. wayoos-). He is had by him for his f. (he is his f.); od-oyóosemegoon, v. t. I. pass. He has the same f. with him; o-weejoyoosámaun, v. t. I. We have all the same f.; ke-weéjoyoosándemin, mod. B. Like one's own f.; wayóosingin. See child.

Father-in-law, n. a. My, thy, his f.-in-l.; nin-, ke-, zhenis, o-zhenesun.

Father or mother of my son or daughter-in-law; nindinduhwah.

Father (deceased) n. a. My, thy, his d. f.; noosebun, koosebun, oosebuneen.

Fathom, n. i. (measure of the outstretched arms). So many f.; dussonik. How many f.?; ahneen andussonik? One, two, &c., f.; ningotonik, neezhonik. He measures by the f.; debenekaunjega, v. n. 2.

Fatigue; n. i. uhyákoosewin.

Fatten. He f. him; owéenenoäun, v. t. 1. He is f.; wéenenoojegáuso, v. n. 4, (p. c. wah-).

Fault; n. i. mujje-doodumoowin, pahtahdoowin, (pl. -un). My, thy, his f.; nind-, kid-, od-indoowin. It is my own f.; neen nindindoowin. See do evil, blame, scold.

Favour (given); n. i. shahwanjegawin F. (received); shahwanemegowin. He shows him f.; o-shahwánemaun, v. t. I. He is in f. with him; o-minwanemegoon, v. t. I. pass.

Favourite. He is a f.; netah-sáhgeäh, v. t. I. pass.

Fawn; n. a. ketuhgáukoons, (pl. -ug).

Fear; n. i. ságezewin, gootaujewin, shahgwánemoowin, nesuhyándumoowin.

Fear, v. n. He f.; ságeze, gootáuje, uhgooske, v. n. 3, (p. c. suhya-, gwa-, ag-). He f. (dares not); sháhgwánemo, v. n. 4. He f. (mistrusts) him, it; onesuhyánemaun, onesuhyándaun, v. t. I., VII., (p. c. nas-). He f. for him; o-goósetuhwaun, v. t. II. He f. him; onuhnezahnanemaun. He f. it; onuhnezahnandaun. He f. death; muhnánuhwánemo, v. n. 4; nuhnezahnandum wenebood. See dread.

Fearful (object of dread). He, it is f.; gootaújegunáse, v. n. 3; gootaúmegwandáhgooze -dáhgwud, v. i. 10; sagandáhgooze -dahgwud, v. i. 10. F. (timorous): he is f.; sháhgwánemo, v. n. 4; shahgwánindezo, mod. A. He makes him f.; o-shahgwánemoäun, v. t. I. See mistrust.

Fearless. See bold

Feast; n. i. weekoondewin. F. (given); weekoongáwin, (pl. -un). Indian religious f.; muggoosháwin. F. of the dead; chebákuhnukáwin.

Feast. He makes a f.; wéekoonga, v. n. 2, (p. c. wank-). He invites him to a f.; o-weékoomaun, v. t. I. He f. with him; o-weedóopumaun, v. t. I.; o-wéejeweekoongámaun, v. t. I. We feast together; keweékoondemin, mod. B.

Feat (trick); n. i. mahmaundáhwechegun.

Feather; n. a. meegwun, (pl. -ug). F. (large); keche-omegwun, (pl. -ug). F. of small bird; penáshewegwun. F. of large bird; penásewegwun. See down, plume. F. bed; méegwune-nebáhgun.

Feathered. See fledged.

February; n. a. nuhmábene keezis (sucker moon).

Feeble. See weak, incapable.

Feed (graze). He f. weesene, v. n. 3. He f. in suck a place; duhzhesene, v. n. 3. He f. people or animals; úhshunga, v. n. 2. He f. him; od-úhshummaun, v. t. I., (p. c. ash-). He f. himself; úhshundezo, mod. A.

Feeding-ground, (of a wild animal); induhzhetáhgun.

Feels. He f. (touching); kuhgwádenega, v. n. 2. He f. him, it; o-kuhgwádenaun, v. t. I., VII., (p. c. kagw-). He f. him, it, (on, in, or about him)? o-moozheäun, o-móozhetoon, v. t. I., VIII., (p. c. mwauzh-). See grope.

Feelings. Bad f.; see angry with. He hurts his f.; o-kushkándumeäun, v. t. I.

Feign. See pretend.

Fellow; weejewahgun.

Fellow-citizen; weéjeduhkeewamáhgun, (pl. -ug). My, thy; neeje-, keeje-.

Fellow-laborer; weéjuhnookeemáhgun, (pl. -ug).

Fellow-man; wéejuhnishenáhba, (pl. -g). See companion.

Fell. See cut down.

Female (woman); n. a. equá, (pl. wug). F. being; eqná-uhyah, (pl. -g.) F. (of animals)? noozhá-uhyah, noozha. F. (of birds); noozhása. F. (of fish); noozhámag, (pl. -wug). F. skin (small); noozhawuhyaun, (pl. -ug.) F. skin (large animal); noozháwagin, see bear, beaver, &c. It is f.; noozhá-uhyah. v. n. 1.

Fence; n. i. méchegun, (pl. -un).

Fence. He makes a f.; méehegunáukoopéjega, v. n. 2. He fences it round; o-kéwetuh-méchegun-áukoopedoon, v. t. VIII.; o-wáhkuhyáukoosedoon, v. t. VIII. It is f. in; wáhkuhyáukoosechegáhda, v. i. 9. He fixes the fence; o-nuháhkoosedoon, v. t. VIII.

Ferment. It f.; oondáhmuhgud, v. i. 8.

Fern; n. i. uhnáhgunushk, (pl. -oon).

Ferocious. See fierce.

Ferret. See weasel.

Ferry-boat; n. i. áhzhuhwuhoojegun, (pl. -un).

Fertile. It is f.; netáhwegin, v. i. 5.

Fester. It f.; menéewun, v. i. 6.

Festival; kéchekéezhegud, kéchetwah-kéezhegud. (pl. -oon).

Fetch; see bring. He f. him, it; o-nahnaun, o-nahdin, v. t. III., VI. (p. c. nuhyah-). He comes to f. him, it; o-pe-nahnaun, o-pe-nahdin. He f. him, it, on his back; o-náhdoomaun, o-náhdoondaun, v. t. I., VII. He f. him, it, in a canoe, &c.; onáhduhwaun, o-náhduhaun, v. t. II., VII. He f. a canoe; náhdóono, v. n. 4. He f. on a sleigh; náhjedáube, v. n. 3a. He f. fire; náhdishkóotuhwa, v. n. 2. He f. hay or reeds; nahdushkóosewa. He f. liquor (walking); naujebishkum, v. n. 5. (-by water); naujebeüm, v. n. 5. He f. his nets; náhduhsuhbe, v. n. 3a. He f. water; náhdoobe, v. n. 3a. He f. wood; nahdinesa, v. n. 2. He f. w. by canoe; nahduhesa, v. n. 2. He f. w, by sail boat; nahduhesayáushe, v. n. 3. He f. his traps; náhdussoonáhguna, v. n. 2.

Fetters; n. i. mahmáunjegwáhpejegunun. He binds him with f.; o-muhmáunjegwáhpenaun. See bound, hand, foot, &c.

Fever; n. i. keezhesoowin. He has f.; kéezheso, v. n. 4; keezhesowáhpena, v. n. 2, (p. c. kazh).

Few; punge, papázhig. We are few (you, they); ke-pungesháwuggezemin -zeem -zewug, v. n. 3, pl. There are f.; pungewuguhdoon, v. i. 7 pl. (p. c. pange-).

Fibre; n. i. uhsuhbáub, (pl. in).

Fickle. He is f.; nookedaä, v. n. 2.

Fiddle; n. i. nauzhuhbéëgun, (pl. -un).

Fidgety. See restless.

Field; n. i. ketegáun, (pl. -un). New field; ooshke ketegaun, ooshkáhkuhun. He plants a n. f.; ooshkáhkummegúhega, v. n. 2.

Fierce. He is f.; gootáumegoonáhgooze, gootáumegwandáhgooze, v. i. 10, (p. c. gwa-). Fifteen; medáhswe 'zhe náhnun. In compos., - zhe nahno. See so many.

Fifteenth; ako zhe nahnun.

Fifth; náhning.

Fifthly; ako náhnuning.

Fifty; náhnemeduhnuh. We are f.; ke-náhnemeduhnuwámin, v. n. 2, pl. There are f.; nahnemeduhnuwáwun, v. i. 6. See twenty.

Fifty each; nanáhnemeduhnuh.

Fig; n. i. keche-shoowemin, (pl. -un).

Fight. He f.; megáuso, v. n. 4, (p. c. mag-). He f. him, it; o-megahnaun, o-megáhdaun, v. t. III., VII. We f. together; ke-megáhdemin, mod. B. They f. (as boys); mahmegáusowug, v. n. 4, pl. (p. c. mam-).

Fighting (the habit of); mahmegáusooshkéwin. See war.

Figure. See image.

File; n. i. sesepóojegun, (pl. -un).

File. He f.; seaepóojega. He f. it; (in. an.) o-sesepoodoon, o-sesepoonaun, v. t. VIII., III.

Filings; n. i. pewáubiko-pewepóojegun.

Fill. He f. it (in. an.) with dry things; o-mooshkenuhdoon, o-moosekenuhaun, v. t. VIII., I. (p. c. mwaush-). He f. it (in. an.) with liquid; o-mooshkenábudoon, o-mooshkenábunaun, v. t. VIII., III. He f. him with (joy, peace, &c.); o-mooskenáshkuhwaun, v. t. II. He f. up vessels; mooshkahboowa, v. n. 2. He f. it, up with another vessel; o-mooshkahboowáhdaun. He fills it to overflowing; o-puhzhedábuhdoon, v. t. VIII. Fill for; use mod. C.

Filled. He, it, is f. (dry things); mooshkena, v. n. 2, v. i. 2. He, it, is filled (liquid); mooshkenábe, v. n. 3a, v. i. 3. He is f. with liquor; dábebe, v. n. 3a.

Filter. See strain.

Filth; moo, wéenesewin.

Filthy. He is f; móowejewe, v. n. 3, (p. c. mwah-) His skin is f.; moowejewauzha, v. n. 2. His face is f.; moowejewíngwa, v. n. 2. F. house; móowegummig, (pl. -oon). F. story; see obscene.

Fin. Its f.; n. i. onínjegun, (pl. -un).

Finally; kaguhpé, ishquáuj.

Find. He f. s.-thing; mekáhga, v. n. 2, (p. c. mak-). He f. him, it; o-mekuhwaun, o-mekaun, v. t. II., VII. He f. him, it (among other objects); o-mekoonaun, v. t. III., VII. He f. him, it (by feeling or groping); o-mekoojenaun, v. t. I., VII. He f. it for him; o-mékuhmuhwaun, mod. C. He f. s.-thing for himself; mekuhmauso, mod. a. He f. it for himself; o-mekuhmausoon, v. t. VI. Find out. He f. o. s.-th.; mekáhga, v. n. 2.

Find fault. See blame, scold.

Fine. It is a f. day; meno-kézhegud, v. i. 7, (p. c. mano-). -night; meno-tebekud.

Fine (not coarse). It is f. (thread, &c.); in. an. ahgáhsuhbegud, -bégeze, v. i. 7, v. n. 3. It is f. (stuff); in. an. béesuhtuhgud, -tuhgeze, v. i 7, v. n. 3.

Fine. See good, beautiful.

Fine-looking. See handsome.

Finger, n. i.; same as hand. My, thy, his f.; ne- ke- o-ninj, (pl. -een). The small f.; ishquáninj. The fore-f.; enóëninj. The middle f.; náhweninj. He stretches out his f.; nuhnískáhkooninjeene, v. n. 3a. He has long f.; guhgáunooninje, v. n. 3a. He has crooked f.; wáugeninje, v. n. 3a.

Finish. He f. it; o-keezhetoon, v. t. VIII. (p. c. kauzh-). He makes him f. it; o-keezhetuhaun, mod. D. It is f.; kézhechegáhda, v. i. 9. See end, leave off.

Fir; n. a. shingoob, (pl.-eeg). F.-branch; shingoobáukoon, (pl. -ug). F.-spray; shingoobins, (pl. -ug). Hut made of f.-branches; shingoobegun, (pl. -un).

Fire; n. i. ishkoota. In the midst of the f.; nahwishkoota. By the f.; chig ishkoota. He has no f.; uhnéesuhbe, v. n. 3. There is no f.; uhnesahta. He puts him, it, in the f.; o-zhágookinzhanaun, v.t. I., VII.

Fire a gun. He f. a g.; paushkesega, v. n. 2.

Firing of guns, n. i. mudwásegáwin.

Fire-brand; n. i. kashkáhkedag, (pl. -in). F.-b. for pitching a canoe; pegekáwunesug, (pl. -oon).

Fire-fly; n. a. wahwahtáse, (pl. -wug).

Fire-place; n. i. bóoduhwun.

Firm (determined). He is f.; soongandum, mushkuhwandum, v. n. 5, (p. c. swaung, mash).

Firmament; n. i. meezhuhkeezhik.

Firmly; soonge-, (e. g. he stands firmly; soongegáhbuhwe).

First; netum. The f.; natumesing. It is the f.; netumesin, v. i. 5. He regards him, it as f.; o-netumánemaun, o-netumándaun, n. t. I., VII., (p. c. natum-). He, it is regarded as f.; netumandáhgooze, -dahgwud, v. i. 10. He is the f. after him; od-uhkuhwishkuhwaun, v. t. II.

First of all (first); núhkuhwa.

First-born. He is the f. b.; suhsékeze, v. n. 3. F. b. child; nétumoonzhaun. See boy, girl.

First-fruits; n. i. netum-kaúzhegingin.

First-rate, it is; áhpeche ménoosa.

Fish; n. a. keego, (pl. yug). F. bladder; pequuj. F. bone; keegówekun. F. oil: keegó-pemeda. F. scale; wahnuhgúhuhyee. The f. leaps out of the water; goóguhum, v. n.5. The f. is soft; zhegoóse, v. n. 3. The f. is full of bones; sáhgegunúggeze, v. n. 3.

Fish (angle). He is f.; wáwábunuhbe, v. n. 3a., (p. c. wuhya-), He is f. by night; nebáhwawabunuhbe. He is f. in a canoe or boat; uhgoomoowawabunuhbe. F. hook; megiskun, (pl. -un). F. line; megiskunáyaub, (pl. -in). F. rod; wawabunubunaúk, (pl. -oon).

Fish (wíth lines and hooks). He sets a line; puhgedaúbe, v. n. 3a. F. line; puhgedáube, (pl. -un). He hauls out a line; nahduhaúbe, v. n. 3a.

Fish (with net). See catch fish, draw net.

Fishing; kegoëkawín. He goes f.; kegoëka, v. n. 2, (p. c. kahg-). F. ground; puhgedáhwawin.

Fisher (animal); n. a. ochig, (pl. -ug).

Fisher (bird); v. n. okishkemuhneza, (pl. -g).

Fisherman; n. a. kegoeká-wenéne, (pl. -wug.)

Fish-hawk; n. a. mechegégoona, (pl. -g).

Fish-net; n. a. uhsub, (pl. -eeg).

Fish-store; n. i. keégowegúmmig, (pl. -oon).

Fissure. See crevice.

Fist; n. i. pequáhkooninj, (pl. -een). He strikes him the f.; o-pequáukoonínjetuhwaun, v. t, II., (p. c. paqu-).

Fit. He has a f.; o-nimekuhwe, v. n. 3.

Fit. It f. well; menokáhmuhgud, v. i. 8. It f. him well (clothing); o-dábishkaun, v.t. VII. It f. well in (e. g. a key); menóshkena, v. i. 2. See put well.

Five; náhnun. In compos. náhno (e. g. handfuls, barrels, canoes, &c, which see). Five times, or the fifth time; nahning. F. each, or f. every time; nanahning. We are f.; kenáhnunemin, mod.B. There are f. things; nahnunenoon. It is f. o'clock; nahno-tebúheguna.

Five hundred; nahnwauk.

Five thousand; nahning-medáuswauk.

Fix. He f. it; o-nuhnúhetoon, v. t. VIII. He has f. it; oge-kéezhetoon; v. t. VIII. He f. it right; o-kwúhyukotoon, v. t. VIII. He f. it thus; od-ezhesetoon, v. t. VIII. He f. it well; o-nuhaúkoosedoon. See arrange, repair, fence, fasten.

Flabby. He is fl.; sháhgoose, v. n. 3.

Flag; n. i. kekéwaöon, (pl. -un).

Flag-staff; n. i. kekéwaöonáhtig, (pl. -oon).

Flail; n. i. puggundúhegun, (pl. -un). Fl. (used by the Indians); bahwúhegun, (pl. -un).

Flame; see fire, blaze. The fl. is ascending high; suhsáhguhkoona, v. i. 2. There is a blue fl.; ozháhwushquáhkoona v. i. 2.

Flank. See side.

Flannel; n. i. white f.; waubeégin. Yellow f.; osúhwahbéegin. Red f.; misquaubeegin.

Flat, It is f.; (in. an.) nuhbuggáh, nuhbúggeze, v. i. 1, v. n. 3. It is f. (metal); nuhbuggáubikud, tasáubikud, v. i. 7, (an. -keze, v. n. 3); onáubekud, -keze, v. i. 7. See smooth.

Flat-head (Indian); n. a. nabúggindeba, (pl. -g)

Flat-iron; shooshkwáguhegun, (pl. -un).

Flat stone; n. i. tasáubik, (pl. -oon).

Flatten. He f. it; (in. an.) o-tásetoon, o-taseäun, v. t. VIII., I. (p. c. tuhya-). He f. it out, e.g., silver; (in. an.) o-zhebahdahaun, o-zhebahdahwaun, v. t. VII., V. (p. c. zhaub-). See hammer flat.

Flatter. He f. him; o-wahwéezheäun, v. t. I. (p. c. waw-); o-muhmequáhnaun, v. t. III.

Flattery; n. i. wahwéezhindewin.

Flatulent. See belch.

Flavour. See taste.

Flax; n. i. uhsuhbáub.

Flay; See skin.

Flea; n. a. puhbíg, (pl. wug). He has fleas; puhbígoose, v. n. 3.

Fledged. It is f.; omeegwune. It is not f.; pushkóose, v. n. 3.

Flee. He f.; ozhemo, v. n. 4, (p. c. wazh-). See fly for safety.

Flesh; n. i. weeyaus, weeyáusemah. My, thy, his f.; ne- ke- we- yaus. He has f.; oweeyáuse, v. n. 3, (p. c. waw-). He is f.; weeyausewe, v. n. 3, (p. c. wahy-). He makes himself f.; weeyáusewéëdezo, mod. A. He takes the f. off the bones; o-gechegunázhaun weeyaus.

Flexible. It is f.; séebiskáhgud, v. i. 7, (p. c. saub-). See supple.

Flimsy. It is f.; puhbuhgegud, v. i. 7.

Fling. See throw.

Flint; n. a. peewáunug, (pl. -oog).

Flirt; p.n. a. nwahdekwawashkid. He or she is a f.; neshebahnekum, v. n. 5, (p. c. nashe-).

Float. He, it, floats in the water; uhgwinjin, uhgwinda, v. n. 6, v. i. 2, (p. c. agw-). He f. on the surface (in a canoe, &c.); uhgóomo, v. n. 4, (p. c. ag-). He, it, floats about; tátabuhúhgwinjin, -da. He, it, comes to the surface and floats; mooshkuhúhgwinjin, -da.

Float (for a net); n. i. uhgwinjónahgun, (pl. -un). See also buoy.

Flock of sheep; máhnishtáhneshug waquéenoojig. See many together.

Flock of birds; báhmuhuhmóojig penásewug. They are in a f.; bemúhuhmoog.

Flog. See chastise.

Flood; nekebewin. See deluge. There is a f.; mooshkuhun, nekebémuhgud, v. i. 6, 8, (p. c. mwaush- nak-).

Floor. On the f.; méchesug. In the middle of the f.; náhwesug. Under the f.; uhnáumesug. The f. is dirty; weenesuggáh, v. i. 1. The f. is wet; nebewesuggáh, v. i. 1. The f. is clean; peenesuggáh. He scrubs the f.; kesébegesúggenega, v. n. 2. F. of wigwam (i.e. place prepared to lie on); uhpéshemoon. He makes a f.; uhpeshemooneka, v. n. 2.

Flooring (boards); n. a. uhpeshemoonáuk, (pl -oog).

Flour; n. a. nahpahna-; buhquázhegun (properly bread; to distinguish prefix páusezid, ground).

Flour-bag; nahpahna mushkemood, buhquazhegunewauzh, (pl. -un).

Flour-mill; n. a. pootahgun; pesepóojegun, (pl. -ug).

Flow. The water flows out; móokejewun nebe, v. i. 6, (p. c. mwauk-). The tide is flowing; mooshkáhgumme nebe. The river f. into the lake; sáhgejéjewun sebe.

Flower; n. i. wahwahsekona; wáubegoon, (pl. -in). He makes artificial f.; waubegóoneka, v. n. 2.

Fluid. See liquid.

Flute; n. i. pépegwun, (pl. -un). He plays on the f.; pépegwa, v. n. 2.

Flutter. It (a bird or moth) flutters; mudwáyaungása, v. n. 2; puhpuggetáse, v. n. 3.

Fly; n. a. óojee, (pl. -g).

Fly (as a bird). He fl.; pémesa, v. n. 2, (p. c. pam-). He fl. about; pahpáhmesa. He fl. around; kewetahsa. He fl. hither; péjesa. He fl. from; óonjesa. He fl. in; pindegasa. He fl. out; sáhgejesa. He fl. up; oombesa. He fl. away; puhsegwúhö, v. n. 4. Fly away with; see take up. Fly (inan. obj). It fl. off; náhjebeda, v. i. 2. It fl. from; oonjebeda. It fl. hither; péejebeda. It fl. in; pinjebeda. It fl. out; sáhgejebeda. It fl. up; oombebeda. See whiz.

Fly (down). He, it fl. or glides down; naunzhesa, v. n. 2.

Fly (for safety). He fl. for s.; ózhemo, v. n. 4, (p. c. wazh-). He fl. from him, it; od-ózhemaun, v. t. I.; od-ózhindaun, v. t. VII. He fl. to him, it; o-náujeneézhemaun, o naujéneezhindaun, v. t. 1., VII., (p. c. nuhyauj). He fl. somewhere; enenéezhemo, v. n. 4, (p. c. ane-).

Flying; n. i. pemósawin.

Flying squirrel; n. a. shuhgushkáunduhwa, (pl. -g).

Foal; n. a. máunezhans, (pl. -ug).

Foam; n. i. beetá.

Foam. He f. at the mouth; beetáwedoon, v. n. 6, (p. c. baut-). He f. at the m. after running; beetawuhnaumo, v. n. 4. He f. with anger; beetáwedoonágedáuso, v. n. 4. The lake is white with f.; wahsaushkah.

Foetus; n. a. wazhegid.

Fog; n. i. uhwún. It is foggy; uhwún, v. i. 6. The f. is falling; peenuhwún. The f. vanishes; paukuhwún.

Fold. See sheepfold.

Fold. He f. it; o-pisketánaun, v. t. VII. He f. it (cloth stuff, &c.) in. an; onuhbwágenaun, v. t. VII. I. It is f.; piskesin, v. i. 5, (p. c. pask-).

Foliage. There is f.; uhnéebishekah, v. i. I. See leaves.

Follow. He f.; noopenuhke, v. n. 3a, (p. c. nwahp-). He f. him, it; o-nóopenuhnaun, o-nóopenuhdaun, v. t. III., VII. He f. the road; o-nuhguhtoóühdoon meekunuh, v. t. VIII; o-pemúhuhdoon meekunuh, v. t. VIII. He f. his track; o-pemúhunaun, v. t. I. He f. a trail; enuhmóojéga, v. n. 2.

Follow in succession. He f. in suc.; ahnekashkahga, v. n. 3. He. f. him in suc.; od-ahnekáshkukwaun, v. t. II., (p. c. uhyah-). It f.; ahnekasin, v. i. 5.

Fond of. He is f. of it (food); o-netah-wundaun, v. t. VII., (p. c. nat-).

Food, n. i. meejim. See provisions.

Fool; p. n. a. kakebáhdezid, (pl. -jig). He is a f.; kuhkebáhdeze, v. n. 3. He plays the f.; oombáhzhese, v. n. 3, (p. c. wamb-). He f. with him, it; o-koopujjeäun, o-koopujjetoon, v. t. I., VIII., kwah-).

Foolish. He is f.; kuhkebáhdeze, v. n. 3. It is f.; kuhkebáhdud, v. t. 7, (p. c. kak-). He acts f.; kuhkebáhjega, v. n. 2. He makes a f. noise; kéwunese, v. n. 3. See frivolous.

Foolishness; n. i. kuhkebáhdezewin.

Foot; n. i. ozidumah. My, thy his f.; nezid, kezid, ozid, (pl. -un). Right f.; kechezid. Left f.; nuhmunjezid. The other f.; nuhbunázid. He has f.; o-zidde, v. n. 3a. He has clean f.; péenezedá, v. n. 2. He has convulsions in his f.; chechebezedáshkah, v.n. 1. He has cramps in his f.; ojezedápenego, v. n.4. He has a dead f.; nebówezeda, v. n. 2. He has hairy f; mameshezeda. He has dirty f.; weenezedá. He has large feet; muhmungezeda. He has long f.; guhguhnóozeda. One f. is longer than the other; nuhbunágenoozedá. He has only one f.; nuhbunázeda. He has pain in his f.; dáwe zedá. He has a scar on his f.; o-jeshezeda. He has a short f.; tuhkoozedá. He has short feet; tuhtuhkoozeda. One foot is shorter than the other; nuhbunátuhkoozedá. He has a small f.; uhgáhsezedá. He has small feet; buhbewezedá. His foot is bloody; misquéwezeda. His feet are bound; muhmáunjégozedábeze. He binds his feet; o-muhmaúnjegozedábenaun, v. t. 1. His ft. is bruised; shuhsháhgozedáshkooze, v. n. 3. He bruises his (own) f.; tuhtúhgoozedaödezo. His feet are cold; túhkezedá, v. n. 2. His f. are numb with cold; tuhquáhkezedáwuje, v. n. 3. His f. are chapped; kepezedá, v. n. 2. His foot is cut off; kishkezedá. He amputates his f.; o-kishkezedázhwaun, v. t. V. His f. is dislocated; kootegozedátah, v. n. 1. He dislocates his f.; kootegozedáshin, v. n. 6. His foot is frozen; mushkuhwúhjezedáwuhje, v. n. 3. His f. is pierced; shébunezedázhegáuso, v. n. 4. His f. is swollen; páugezedá. His f. is stiff; chebuhtáhkoozédá. His feet are tender; nóokezedá. His f. are warm; kezhózedá. His f. are wet; nébewezedá. His foot is wounded; máhkezedá. He burns his f.; buhduggozedáso, v. n. 4. He hurts his foot (against s.-th); máungezedáshin, v. n. 6. He lifts his f.; oombezedáne, v. n. 3. He presses his foot; o-maugoozedánaun, v. t. III. He rubs his foot with medicine; o-senegoozedábenaun, v. t. I. He sprains his f. by pulling it; o-páhkezedábenaun. He washes his feet; o-kesébegezedánaun, v. t. I. He washes his (own) f.; kesébegezeda, v. n. 2. He wipes his f.; o-késezedáwaun, v. t. V. He wipes his (own) f.; késezedá, v. n. 2. See note under arm.

Foot (measure). one, two, three, &c, feet; ningotoozid, neezhoozid, nesoozid. So many feet; dussozid. How many f.? Ahneen andussozid?

Foot of a hill; nesáhke.

Foot-bath. He takes a foot-bath (Indian fashion); uhbáukumaúso, v. n. 4.

Footing. He has a good f.; menokumme, v. n. 3a. He has a bad f.; máhnekumme, v. n. 3a.

Footstep. See track.

Footstool; n. i. úhgoojesedáshemoon, (pl. -un). For; expressed by the use of mod. C.: (e.g., He buys it; o-keeshpénahdoon. He buys it for him; o-keeshpénuhduhwaun).

For the sake of; oonje.

For; mah: e.g., For he said this; oo-óo mah kéëkedo.

Forbear; see cease. Forbear! pákah!

Forbearance. See patience.

Forbid. He f.; genúhumáhga, v. n. 2, (p. c. gan-). He f. him, it; o-genúhumuhwaun, o-genúhuhmahdaun, v. t. II. VII.

Forbidden. It is f.; genúhumahgámuhgud, v. i. 8, (p. c. gan-). See prohibition.

Force. He f. him to do it; o-múshkuhwedóodumoäun, v. t. I; He f. him to walk, sit down, &c, use mod. D., with mushkuhwe prefixed. He f. him back; o-mushkuhwemínjemenaun, v. t. I., (p. c. mashk-). See threat.

Force, n. See power.

Forceps. See pincers, tooth.

Ford; anduhzhe tuhkumahdegahzing. He f. a river; tuhkumahdegahze, v. n. 3.

Forebode. See augur.

Forehead; n. i. kuttegwun; okuhtig.

Foreign. He is f. (a foreigner); muhyuggeze, v. n. 3 (p. c. may-). See strange.

Foreknow. He f. him; keezhah ogekekanemáun.

Foreman; p. n. a. nahgáhnezid, (pl. -jig).

Foremost; adv. neegáhnandáhgwuhkúmmig. See lead.

Forenoon (in the); chébwah náhwuhquag.

Forequarter (of an animal); oosáhgin. Forerunner; p. n. a. nahgáhnishkaud, (pl. -jig).

Forest; n. i. metigwúhke, (pl. wun). In the f. or bush; métigwuhkeeng, or nóopeming, (see interior). There. is a f.; pemúhquah, v. i. I. In the middle of a f.; náhwuhquah. Near the f.; cheguhquah. The f. is far off; wahsuh-uhquúkwah. The f. looks white; waubuhquah. The f. is low; tahbussúhquah. The f. is thick; kebúhquah. F. or grove of alder, cedar, elm, &c.; wahdóopeke, kéezhegeke, ahnéebeke, (pl. -wun). He walks on the border of a f.; zheshodúhquuhum, v. n. 5.

Foretell. He f.; neganáhjemo, v. n. 4. See prophecy.

Forge; n. i. uhwishtooyáhwegummig.

Forget. He f.; wuhnándum, v. n. 5, (p. c. wan-). He forgets him, it; o-wuhnanemaun, o-wuhnandaun, v. t. I., VII. He f. it (it goes out of his heart); osáhgejedaäshkáhgoon, v. t. II., (in. obj.). See leave behind.

Forgetful. He is f.; netah-wuhnandum.

Forgetfulness; wuhnándumoowin.

Forgive. He f.; poonandum, v. n. 5, (p. c. pwaun-). He f. him, it; o-poonandumuhwaun, o-poonandaun, v. t. I. VII. We f. each other; kepoonándumáhdemin, mod. B., see put away. He is forgiven; poonegedatahgooze, v. n. 3) gahseühmuhwah, v. t. II., pass. It is f.; poonanjégáhda, v. i. 2; wabene-gáhda, v. i. 2.

Forgiveness, n. i. F. (given); poonegedátahgáwin, gáhseühmahgáwin. F. (received); poonogedátahgoowin, gahseühmáhgoowin. F. (mutual); poonanindewin.

Forgotten. He, it is f.; wuhnandahgooze, -dahgwud, v. i. 10. He, it is quite f. ; wuhnanjégauso, -gahda, v. i. 9.

Fork. Table f.; pahtúhkuhegun, (pl. -un). Hay f.; nahsuhwaubedáegun. (pl. -un).

Fork. He f. (uses a f.); pahtúhkuhege. v. n. 2. (p. c. pat-). He f. it up. (an. in.); o-puhtuhkáhwaun, o-pnhtuhkuhaun, v. t. V., VIII.

Forlorn. See lonely.

Form (shape); ezhenáhgoozewin.

Form. He f. him, it (sculpture); o-muhzenekoonaun, -koodaun, v. t. III., VII. (p. c. maz-). See make, carve. Formed. He, it is f. (made); ozhege. (e. g.). the potato is f. in the ground, the corn in the ear, the child in the womb. ozhegin, v. i. 5, íp. c. wazh-).

Former; -bun: e. g.., My former canoe: ninchéemaunebun. See grammar.

Formerly; wuhyáshkud, kuhyút.

Formidable. He, it, is f.; gootáumegwandahgooze, -dahgwud, v. i. 10.

Fornication; n. i. pezhegwáhdezcwin.

Forsake. He f. him, it (leave); o-nuhguhnaun, o-nuhguhdaun. v. t. III., VII. - (give up); o-wabenaun, v. t. I., VII. (p. c. nag- wuhyab-).

Forsaken. He, it, is f.; wábenegáuso, -gáhda, v. i. 9, (p. c. wuhyab-).

Fort; n. i. wahkúhegun, (pl. -un). In the f.; pinjwahkúhegun. Outside the f.: uhgoojewahkúhegun.

Forth. See go, come, lead, flow, &c.

Forthwith; pahbega.

Fortieth; neemeduhnuh duching.

Fortify. He f. him, it; o-soongeseaun, o-soongetoon, v. t. I., VIII. (p. c. swaung-). He f. his heart; o-soongodaäshkuhwaun, v. t. II.

Fortitude; n. i. soongedaäwin.

Fortnight; neezho-uhnúmeäkézhegud.

Fortunate. He is f.; shahwandahgooze, v. n. 3, (p. c. shaw-). See luck.

Fortune. See riches.

Forty; néemeduhnuh. We are f.: ke-némeduhnuhwámin, v. n. 2, pl. There are f.; néemeduhnuhwáwun, v. i. 6. Forty each; naneemedunuh. In compos., neemeduhnuh dusso.

Forward; adv. néegaunenuhká.

Fossil; n. a. muhyáhmuhkausenáhgoozid uhsin.

Foster. See adopted.

Foul. See filthy.

Found. He, it, is f.; mekáuso, mekáhjegáuso, mekáhda, mekahjegahda, v. n. 4, v. i. 2, (p. c. mak-).

Foundling; mekáhgun, (pl. -ug). Found thing; mekáhgun, (pl. -un).

Foundation; uhzhóocheséchegun, o-núhkummegeséchegun. F. stone; uhzhóocheséchegunáhbik.

Founded. It is well f.; minjemóosechegáhda, v. i. 2, (p. c. manje-).

Foundry; n. i. ningesegawegúmmig.

Fountain. See spring.

Four; neewin. In compos. neeö: (e.g., handfuls, barrels, canoes, &c, which see). Four times, or the fourth time; néewing. Four each, or four every time; nanéewing. We are four; ke-néewemin, mod. b. There are four things; newenoon, v. i. 5, pl. It is four o'clock; néeötebúheguná.

Four hundred; néewauk.

Four thousand; néewing medáuswauk.

Fourth. The fourth; ako-néewing.

Fourthly; ako-néewing.

Fourteen; medauswe, zhe néewin. In comp. zhe-néeö. See so many.

Fourteenth; ako zhe neewing.

Fowl; v. a. puhkuháhqua. (pl. -g).

Fox; v. a. wahgoosh, (pl. -ug).

Fraction (piece broken off); buhquábenegun.

Fractured. See broken.

Fragile. See weak, brittle.

Fragment (that which is left); ishqúunjegun, (pl. -un). See piece, shred.

Fragrant. It is f.; (an. in.) meno-máhgooze, -máhgwud, v. i.. 10.

Frame-house; n. i. nubúggesugowegúmmig, (pl. -oon).

France; n. i. wametegóoshewuhkee. In, to, or from France; wametegóoshewuhkéeng.

Freckled. He is f.; ketuhgeengwa, v. n. 2.

Free. He is f.; tebánindezo. See loose, emancipate.

Freedom; n. i. tebanindezoowin.

Freely; adv. wánepuzh.

Freeze. It fr. over (or is frozen); kushkudin, mushkuhwudin, v. i. 5, (p. c. kash-, mash-). He fr. to death; mushkuhwuhje, v. n. 3. He feels himself fr.; meekuhwuhje. His feet are frozen; mushkuhwujjezedáwujje, v. n. 3, so also hands, ears, &c, substituting ninje, tuhwuga, for zeda. It fr. to it; uhgoosquuhdin, v. i. 5.

Freight (merchandize, &c.) uhnookáujegun.

French. Fr. man; Wametegooshe, (pl. -wug). Fr. woman; Wametegooshequa, (pl. -g). Fr. child; Wametegooshans, (pl. -ug); Fr. language; Wametegooshemoowin. He talks Fr.; Wametegooshemo, v. n. 4, (p. c. wuhyam-). Fr. writing; Wametegóoshewébeëgun. He writes Fr.; Wametegooshewebeëga, v. n. 2. It is written or printed in Fr.; Wametegooshewesin, v. i. 5. .It is translated into Fr.; Wametegóoshewesechegahda, v. i. 9. He t. it into Fr.; o-wametegóoshewesetoon, v. t. VIII.

Frequently; nahningim, (or double the first syllable of the verb, e. g. o-guhnoonaun, he speaks to him; o-guhguhnoonaun, he often speaks to him). See Grammar.

Fresh; ooshke.

Fretful. He (a child) is fr.; muhmúhwe, v. n. 3.

Friday; n. i. nahno-kezhegud. Every Fr.; nanáhno-kézhegukkin. The Fr. after next; uhwus-wade-nahnokezheguk. See Tuesday.

Friend. My, thy, his fr.; neejekewa, keejekewa, (pl. -yug); weejekewáyun, Friend!; néeje! Friends! ; neejekewaëdoog! (neekahnis, brother may also be used). He is his, its fr.; o-meno-enahwámaun, o-meno-enahwandaun, v. t. I., VII.

Friendship; n. i. enahwándcwin, sahgeedewin.

Fright; n. i. uhmuhnésoowin. See alarm.

Frighten. He fr. him; o-ságeäun, od-áhmuhwaun, v. t. I., II., (p. c. suhya-, uhyah-). See scare.

Frightened. He is fr.; sagándum, v. n. 5. megooshkáuje-uhyáh, v. n. 1. He looks fr.; sagénáhgooze, v. n. 3,

Frightful. He, it is fr.; gootáumegooze, gootáumegwud. v. n. 3, v. i. 7. See horrible.

Fringe; n. i. tuhtebegwáujégun.

Frisky. He is fr.; wuhnishquáse, v. n. 3.

Frivolous, (thoughtless); pesenáhdeze, v. n. 3. Fr., (never still); wuhnishquáse, v. n. 3. Fr. (noisy); osaúmese, v. n. 3, (p. c. pas-, wan-, was-).

Frivolously; wuhnishquauj, kuhkebauj.

Frock. See gown, dress.

Frog; n. a. o-muhkuhke, (pl. -g). Green fr.; shushúgguhwushkoogese, (pl. -g).

From; oonje, with -ng. See come from, go from, &c. See also since, with, out of, &c.

Front. In front; neegaun. See before.

Frost; mushkúhwudin. See hoar fr.

Frost bitten. See freeze.

Froth. See foam.

Frown. He fr.; nishkaújingwa, v. n. 2.

Frugal. See economical.

Fruit; n. i. méenewin, (pl. -un), Fr. Of the earth; uhkeeng wanjegingin. Fr. of a tree; máhnewung metig. Fruit tree; máhnewid metig. See yield. Diff. kinds of fr. weeyúggemenun.

Fruitful. It is fr.; netahméenewe, v. n. 3.

Frustrate. He fr. it; o-buhnáhjetoon, v. t. VIII.

Fry. He fries it, (an. in.); o-sahsuhkooquunaun, o-sahsuhkóoquudaun, v. t. I., VII., (p. c. suhyah-).

Frying-pan; n. i. sahsakooquaun, (pl. -un); sahsukooquáujegun, (pl. -un).

Fuel (wood); n. i. mesun. Green wood; ushkáhtig. Dry wood; meshewáhtig. Split wood; pesegúhesun. He has no f.; áhtuhwa, v. n. 2. He has burnt up all his f.; cháhguhkesuhmah, v. n. I. See wood, coal, charcoal, chop.

Fugitive; n. a. kémewenéne, (pl. -wug).

Fulfil, (bring to pass). He f. it; otebishkoosetoon, v. t. VIII. See effect.

Fulfilled. It is f.; tebishkoosechegáhda, v. i. 9, (p. c. tabish-).

Full. See filled.

Fully. See thoroughly.

Fumigate. He f. him, it; o-gékuhnuhmooswaun, -moosaun, v. t. V., VII. (p. c. gauk-).

Fun (merriment); shoomewáhdezewin.

Funeral; n. i. puhgedándumoowin.

Fungus (growing on a tree); wahzhushquado, (pl. -wug).

Funnel; n. i. pinsebáujegun, (pl. -un). He pours it thr. a f.; o-pinsebahdoon, v. t. VIII.

Funny. It is f.; wahweyahdandáhgwud, v. i. 7. See droll.

Fur (or wool); péewuy. Its fur; o-péewuy. It has fine f.; pesepeewuhyá, v. n. 2. It has good f.; minwáhwa. It has very good thick f.; pesuhgwáhwa. It has long f.; guhgáhnopeewuhya. It has short f.; tetesáhwa. It has black fur all over; póosmuhkuhdáwahwa. See trade. Summer fur; neebene-wuhyaun.

Furious, He is f.; kuhgwáhnesuggegedáuso, v. n. 4, (p. c. kagw-).

Furl. He f. (the sail); o-duhtebegenaun, v. t. VII.

Furnace; n. i. ningáhpekézegun, (pl. -un).

Furnish. See procure, prepare, supply.

Furnished. It is f. (a room); wahwázhesechegáhda, v. i. 9, (p. c. wawa-). Furniture; uhyáhbujjetóongin.

Furrow; pasáhnekáhdag.

Further; nuhwúj wáhsuh. See beyond.

Further and further; áshkum wahsuh. He goes off f. and f.; méwe, v. n. 3a, (p. c. mah-).

Fuss. See bustle about.

Future; negaun enuhkayah. F. generations; see generations.

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