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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

 

H

Habit; n. i. nuhgúhdezewin. Bad h., use -shkewin as an affix, e. g. menequashkewin, drinking habit; ketemishkewin, lazy habit, see mod. A., p. 34.

Habit (do by) . See accustomed, custom.

Habitually. Wahká, as prefix, signifies often, habitually, e. g. wahkádoodum, he does it habitually; wahkáezhewábeze, he is always so. - Shke, as an affix, signifies bad habit, e.g. menequáshke, he is always drinking.

Hail. It h.; saságun, v. i. 6.

Hair, n. i., My, thy, his h.; ne-, ke-, we-nesésun. In compos. (1) indeba, e. g. he has black h.; muhkuhdáwindeba, v. n. 2. He has red h.; miskoondeba. He has white h.; waubishkindeba. He has yellow h.; osuhwindeba: (2) equa, e. g. his h. is long; kinwáhnequa, v. n. 2. His h. is short; tuhquáhnequa. His h. is white; wahbequa. He is losing his h.; peenaúnequa. See cut, seize by, fur.

Hairy. Meshe as prefix, e.g. his legs are h.; meshekahda. The stuff is h.; me shuhwáëgud.

Half; áhbettuh. Half each; uhyáhbettuh. H. a barrel; ahbettuhwesúg. H. a bottle; áhbettuhomoóduy. H. a day; ningonáhwuhqua. H. a bagful; ahbetooshkin.

Half-breed; p. n. a. uhyahbetáhwezid, (pl. -jig). Hbr. man; wésuhkoodáwenéne, (pl. -wug), Hbr. woman; wesuhkoodáwequa, (pl. -g). He is a hbr.; ahbetáhweze, v. n. 3.

Half drunk. He is h. dr.; shóowebe, v. n. 3a.

Half-past; 'zhe ahbettuh, (e.g. it is h. p. two; neezho-tebúheguna 'zhe ahhettuh).

Half-way (on a journey) ; áhbettuhwekúnuh. - (up a hill); áhbettuhwuhmáhjewh. - (across a river); ahbettuhwuhgáum.

Hall (public) ; mahwundewegummig, (pl. -oon).

Ham; n. i. kookóoshewebwaúm.

Hammer; n. i. puhketáëgun, (pl. -un). He hammers; puhketáëga. See nail. He h. iron flat; od-onáhduhaun pewáhbik, v. t. I. (p. c. wanah-).

Hand; n. i. onínjemah. My, thy, his h.; neninj, keninj, oninj, (pl. -een). The whole h.; mezewáninjun. Right h.; kecheninj. Left h.; nuhmúnjeninj. The other h.; nuhbunáninj. He has hands; oninje, v. n. 3a. He has clean h.; peeneninje.

Note.-See foot; and to form other verbs rela-ting to the hand, substitute ninje for zeda: e. g., He has convulsions in his hands; chechebeninjeeshkah. He has pain in his hand; dáweninje. Compare also arm.

Back of the hand; pekwunáninj. Flat of the h.; nuhbúgguskeninj. From h. to h.; see pass to.

Hand-barrow; n. i. ónegunáhtig, (pl. -oon). See portage.

Handcuff; n. i. mahmáunjegoo-ninjepéjegun, (pl. -un). He h. him; o-muhmaúnjegoonínjebenaun, v. t. III. (p. c. mam-).

Handfull; -bunáninj: e. g., One, two, four h.; ningotobunáninj, neezhobunáninj, neeöbunáninj. Both hands full; boonekun; e. g., Five hands both full; nahnoboonekun. So many hands full; dussobunáninj. See many h. both full; dussobóonekun.

Handkerchief; n. a. mooshwa, (pl. -g).

Handle (of tools, &c.); n. i. nuhbáhkooséchegun, (pl. -un). Handle of a door; pahkáhkoonegun, (pl. -un). H. of a pot, &c.; sahgáhbegénegun. He puts a h. to a tool; o-nuhbáhkoosedoon, v.t. VIII.

Handle. See touch, feel.

Handsome; mahmundaug. H. man; mahmundaugonene. See pretty, beautiful, magnificent. He is h.; mekuhwáhdeze, v. n. 3.

Hang. He, it hangs (or is hung); uhgóojin, uhgóoda, v. n. 6, v. i. 2, (p. c. ag-). He h. him, it, up somewhere; od-uhgoonaun, od-uhgoodoon, v. t. III., VIII. He h. persons (is a hangman); uhgóozhewa, v. n. 2. He h. himself; uhgóonedezo, mod. a. See strangle. It h. so: -enuhgooda. It hangs spread out; kebuhgooda. It does not h. well; wawábuhgooda. He h. s.-thing round his (another's) neck; o-náhbekoonaun, v. t. III. He h. up a net; uhgóonuhsúhbe, v. n. 3. He h. it up to let the water run out; (an. in.) o-sekobegenaun, v. t. I., VII. (p. c. sahk-). It is hung up for the water to run out; (an. in.) sekobeguhgóojin, sekobeguhgóoda.

Hangman; n. a. uhgóozhewawenéne.

Happen. It h. (comes to pass); puhgummeühyáhmuhgud. It h. to him; o-puh-gummishkáhgoon, as v. t. II. in. obj.

Happiness; pahpenanduhmowin, shahwandahgoozewin.

Happy. He is h.; shahwandahgooze, moojegándum, pahpenandum. v. n. 3, 5, (p. c. sha-, mwauj-, puhyah-). See contented, prosperous, joyous.

Harangue. See speech.

Harbour; n. i. uhgóomoowin. He is in h.; uhgóomo, v. n. 4.

Hard. It is h.; mushkúhwesin, v. i. 5; It is h. (wood); mushkuhwáhquud, v. i. 7. It is h. (metal); mushkuhwáhbekeze, -bekud, v. i. 7. Hard to bear (painful), it is; kootuggandáhgwud, v. i. 7, (p.c. kwat-).

Harden. He h. (tempers) it; o-mushkuhwaúbikesaun, v. t. VII. (p. c. mash-). Hardened. He is h. (unrepentant); kahween aunwánindézoose, v. n. 4, neg. (p. c. uhyaunwanindezoosig).

Hard-hearted. He is h.-h.; mushkuhwedaä, v. n. 2.

Hard to deal with (He is); suhnuhgeze.

Hardly; uhgáhwah. He can h. carry him, it; o-bwahoomaun, o-bwahoondaun, v. t. I., VII.

Hardy. He is h.; sheebenáhweze, v. n. 3.

Hare. Same as rabbit.

Hark! Isht! Nushká!

Harlot; n. a. pezhigwáujequa, (pl. -g).

Harm. He does h.; mujjedoodum. It does him harm (e. g., food, medicine); o-mahnekáhgoon. See injure.

Harmless. He is h.; pakáhdeze, v. n. 3.

Harmonious. It is h.; menotáhgwud, v. i. 7, (p. c. mano-).

Harness; n. i. uhpekunun; óonuhpezoowin.

Harness. He h. him; od-óonuhpenaun, v. t. III. (p. c. waun-). He is harnessed; oónuhpeso, v. n. 4.

Harp. See instrument of music.

Harpoon; n. i. puhtúhkepéjegun, (pl. -un). Harpoon. He h. him; o-puhtuhkepéenaun, v. t. III. (p. c. pat-). See hook.

Harrow (heavy h. or cultivator); n. i. pesúhkummigepóojegun. Light h. or rake; penáhkwuhegun.

Harrow. He h.; pesúhkummigepoojega, penúhkwuhega, v. n. 2.

Hardship; n. i. kootuggetoowin. He endures h.; kootuggetoo, v. n. 4a.

Harsh. He is h.; ahkwaujuhyah; meshedaä, v. n. 2.

Harshness; n. i. ahkwaujuhyahwin; meshedaáwin.

Harvest; n. i. kishkúshkeezhegáwin.

Hasp. Same as latch.

Haste; n. i. wawéebetáhwin.

Hasten. He h. (makes haste); wawéebese, v. n. 3. He m. h. (working); wawéebetah, v. n. 1. He m. h. (working, eating, speaking); tuhdúhtuhbe, v. n. 3a. He hastens (walking); kezhéekah. v. n. 1. He h. (going s.-wh.); wawéebishkah, v. n. 1. He to (carrying s.-th.); wawéebenega, v. n. 2. See hurry.

Hasten (be quick)! Wawéeb!

Hat; n. i. wéewuhquaun, (pl. -un). Flat hat; tásewuhquaun, (pl. -un).

Hatband or ribbon; uhsóchepejegun, (pl. -un).

Hatch. She is hatching (covering her eggs); puhdugwáhwuhgishkum, v. n. 5.

Hatched. The chick is h.; páushkuhwáyo puhnuhjah.

Hatchet; n. i. wahgáhquudoons, (pl -un).

Hate. He h.; sheengánjega, v. n. 2, (p. c. shaung-). He is full of hatred; sheenganjegáshke, mod. a. He hates him, it; o-sheengánemaun, o-sheengandaun, v. t. I., VII. He h. some object relating to him; (an. in.) osheengánememaun, o-sheengándumuhwaun, mod. C. He h. himself; sheengánindezo, mod. A. We h. each other; kesheenganindemin, mod. B. He hates to hear; sheengetum, v. n. 5. He. h. to hear him, it; o-sheengetuhwaun, o-skeengetaun, v. t. II., VII.

Hated (hateful). It is h.; (in. an.) sheenganjegáhda, -gauso, v. i. 9. He, it, is hateful; sheengandáhgooze, -dáhgwud, v. i. 10. His speaking is h.; sheengetáhgooze.

Hatred; n. i. sheengándumoowin, sheenganjegáwin. Mutual h.; sheengánindewin.

Haughty. See proud, conceited.

Haul. He hauls it on the shore; od-uhgwáusedoon, v. t. VIII. (p. c. agw-).

Haunch of venison; n. i. wahwaushkashewebwáum. See thigh.

Haunt. The house is haunted; uhmúhnesoom emah wégewáuming.

Have. He has him, it; od-uhyáhwaun, od-uhyaun, v. t. V., VII. He has a -; o-, od-: e. g., He has a canoe, food, a body, flesh, hands, teeth, feet; o-cheemaune, o-meejime, o-weeyuhwe, o-weeyause, o-ninje, o-weebidah, o-zidde. v. n. 3, 1. See parts of the body; also Grammar, p. 20.

Have in. He has it in him: e. g., a person possessed, or a female pregnant: o-kékishkuhwaun, o-kékishkaun, v. t. II., VII. (p. c. kak-). Have with. He has him with him; o-weejuhyáhwaun, v. t. V. (p. c. wauj-).

Hawk; n. a. gebwáunuhse, (pl. -g).

Hay; n. i. mushkóosewun, mezhúshkoon, He makes hay; mushkóoseka, v. n. 2. He gathers hay; mahwundóoshkuhega, v. n. 2. He fetches hay; náhdushkoosewa, v. n. 2.

Hay-cock; meeshkoon-uhkoosing.

Hay-fork; pahtáhkushkúhegun, (pl. -un).

Hay-loft; mushkóosewegúmmig.

Hay-rake; mahwundóoshkuhegun, (pl. -un).

Hay-making; mushkoosekawin.

Hazel-nut. See nut.

He; pers. pr. ween, owh. Conjoined with trans. verbs, o-, od-. He - ; see male.

Head; n. i. oshtekwáunemah. My, thy, his head; nishtekwaun, kishtekwaun, ooshtekwaun. In compos.; -indeba, or -equa as an affix: e. g., His h. is swollen; paugindeba. He has a scar on his h.; ojeshindeba, v. n. 2. He moves his h.; muhmahdequáne, v. n. 3. He puts his head out to look; tuhpequáne, v. n. 3. See behead, bow, crush, hold up, perspire, protrude, put on one side, shake, stiffen, throw back, tie up, tie round, turn, wrap, wash, &c.

Headache. He has h.; dawequa, v. n. 2. He has h. from heat; dawequayauso. Indian medicine for h.: sabsuhbequun, (pl. -un).

Headstrong. He is h.; mushkuhwindeba.

Head-wind. See wind.

Heal. His wound heals; geëga, v. n. 2, (p. c. gaueg-). He h. his wound; o- geëgaäun. mod. d. See cure.

Health. He is in good h.; menobemahdeze, guhnáunduhweze, v. n. 3. He is in poor h.; netahahkoose, v. n. 3. See well, sick.

Healthy. He is h.; netah-meno-uhyáh.

Heap. They are in a h.; (an. in.) o-quissenoog, o-quissenoon, v. n. 6, v. i. 5, pl. (p. c. waqu-). He puts them in a h.; (an. in.) od-oquishemaun, od-oquissetoon, v. t. I., VIII. A heap; p. v. i. waquissing, (pl. -in). The whole heap; anegóquissing.. A high heap; p. n. i. ashpesing, (pl. -in).

Heap up. He heaps it tip full; o-gwaushkwushkenuhdoon, v. t. VIII. (p. c. gwuhy-). Snow heaped up; see snow.

Hear. He hears (is not deaf); noondahga, v. n. 2. He hears (a sound falls on his ear); noondum, v. n. 5, (p. c. nwaun-). He hears him, if; o-noonduhwaun, o-noondaun, v. t. II., VII. He hears himself; noondauso, mod. a. He hears for himself; noondumauso, mod. A. He can hear him, it (is near enough); o-dábetuhwaun, o-dábetaun, v. t. II., VII. He cannot h. him, it (is out of hearing); o-náhwetuhwaun, o-náhwetaun. He, it, can he heard (is within hearing); dabetáhgooze, -táhgwud, v. i. 10. He hears what is said; enetúm, v. n. 5. He, it, is heard in such a manner; enetáhgooze, -táhgwud, v. i. 10: (e. g., He is heard with pleasure; menotahgooze. It is h. correctly; quuhyukootahgwud). He hears him in such a manner; od-enetuhwaun, v. t. II. (p. c. ane-): e. g., He hears him stealthily; o-kémetuhwaun. He hears him with wonder; o-mahmuhkáusetuhwaun. See listen.

Hear (make hear). He makes or lets him h.; o-noondumooaun, v. t. I. He makes himself heard from a distance; dabwáwedum, v. n. 5.

Hear coming. He h. him c. speaking; o-peedwawátuhwaun, v. t. II. He is heard coming; peedwawashin, v. n. 6. He is h. c. (running); peedwawábutto, v. n. 4a. He is h. c. (speaking); peedwáwatáhgooze, v. n. 3.

Hear falling. He, it, is heard falling; mudwáshin, mudwasin, v. n. 6, v. i. 5. He, it is h. falling to the ground; mudwakummigeshin, -gesin, v. n. 6, v. i. 5. He, it is h. falling on the floor; mudwásuggeshin, -gesin, v. n. 6, v. i. 5.

Hear passing. He is heard passing by; pimwáwashin, v. n. 6. He is h. making a noise as he passes; pimwáwa, v. n. 2. He is heard talking as he passes; pimwáwedum, v. n. 5.

Hear out of. He hears him, it, from or out of such a place; od-oónsetuhwaun, od-oónsetaun, v. t. II., VII. (p. c. wanse-). He, it, is heard put of some place; mudwáwashin, -wasin, v. n. 6. v. i. 5; oonsetáhgooze, -tahgwud, v. i. 10.

Heard. He, it, is heard; noondáhgooze, -dáhgwud, v. i. 10; noondahjegáuso, -jegáhda, v. i. 9; or mudwa-, as prefix to a verb: e. g., It is heard raining; madwábesah, v. i. 1. It is heard (re-ported); noondáhgwunewun, v. i. 6.

Hearing; n. i. noóndumoowin.

Hearken. He h.; nundootáhga, v. n. 2, (p. c. nand-). He h. to him; o-nundootuhwaun, v. t. II. See listen.

Hearse; n. a. chéebúy-odáhbaun, (pl. -ug).

Heart; n. i. odáëmah. My, thy, his h.; nindá, kedá, odá. In the h.; uhnáumeda. He has a h.; odáä, v. n. 2. He has such a heart; ezhedaä, v. n. 2. He has a good, bad, pure, &c, heart; menodaä, mujjedaä, peenedaä. He makes his h. so; od-ezhedaäaun: (e. g., He makes his heart good, strong, &c.; o-menodaäaun, o-soongedaääun, v. t. I.). His heart is affected so; -daäshkah, v. n.). 1 (e. g., He makes his heart strong; o-soongedaäshkuhwaun, v. t. II.). His h. is the same with his; o-weejedaämaun, v. t. I. It comes into his heart; o-pinjedaäshkáhgoon, v. t. II. in. obj. With all my, thy, his h.; ánegokodáyaun, (dáyun, dád), v. n. 2, part. His h. beats fast; wequingodaä. v. n. 2.

Hearty. See vigorous.

Heat; n. i. kezhedáwin. The h. comes in ; pindegayáhta, v. i. 2.

Heathen (the); egewh anuhmeähségoog. He is a h.; kahween ahnuhmeáhse, v. n. 1. H. performance; muhnedookaúsowin.

Heathenish. He is h.; tebishko ahnuhmeähsig ezheühyáh, v. n. 1.

Heaven; n. i. keezhig. Into or from h.; keezhegoong, ishpeming.

Heavy. He, it is h.; koósegwune, koósegwun, v. n. 3, v. i. 6, (p. c. kwas-). He makes him, it h.; o-koosegwuneäun, -etoon, v. t. I., VIII. He thinks him, it h.; o-koosegwnnánemaun, -ándaun, v. t. I., VII. He finds it h.; (it tires, troubles him); oduhkooshkáhgoon, v. t. II. in obj.

Hedge. See fence. Heed. See mind.

Heel; n. i. odoónduhnumah. My, thy, his h.; nind-, kid-, od-oóndun. (pl. -un). He sits on his h.; petegwásuhbe, v. n. 3, (p. c. pate-).

Height. See high.

Heir; p. n. a. kanahbishkáhgad, (pl. -jig).

Hell; n. i. mujje-ishkoota. In h. or to h.; uhnaúmuhkúmmig.

Helm. At the h.; odáhkahning.

Helmet; n. i. uhgoóshtequaunáyoon, uhgooshemonewin, (pl. -un).

Help; n. i. weedookahgáwin. Mutual h.; weedookodáhdewin. Help. He h.; weekookáhga, v. n. 2, (p. c. waud-). He h. him; o-weedóokuhwaun, v. t. II. We h. each other; keweedookodáhdemin, mod. B.

Helper; p. n. a. waudookáhgad, (pl. -jig).

Hem. She h.; tetebegwáuso, v. n. 4, (p. c. tate-). She h. it (in. an.); o-tetebegwahdaun, -gwahnaun, v. t. VII., III. It is h. (an. in.) tetebegwáuso, -gwáhda, v. i. 9.

Hemlock; n. a. kahgáugewunzh, (pl. -ig).

Hemp. Same as flax.

Hen; n. a. puhkuháhqua, (pl. -g).

Hen-house; v. i. puhkuháhquawegúmmig.

Hence (from here); oonje with omah, e. g. he departs h.; omah oonjemahjah.

Henceforth. Use zhuhyegwah (already) with the future tense, (e. g. h. it shall be; zhuhyegwah tah-ezhewábud).

Her. Same as him: no dist. of gender.

Herald; n. a. meshénuhwa, (pl. -g).

Herb; n. i. nwahgushkuk, (pl. -in.)

Herd of cattle. There is a h. of c.;. o-quéenoowug (v. n. 4 pl.) pezhekewug. See flock.

Herdsman; p. n. a. ganuhwánemaud pezhekewun, (pl. -mahjig).

Here; omah, omaungeshe. H. he is!; me owh! Here it is!; me oo-oo. H. and there (in compos.); pahpah-.

Hereafter; nahguj.

Hereby; mesuh wanje- (e. g, h. we know; mesuh wanjekekándumung).

Heretic; p. n. a. wuhyabenung ewh quuhyuk ahnuhmeäwin, (pl. -nungig.).

Heretofore; zhahzhuhye.

Herewith; mezhegwuh.

Hermit; p. n. a. názhekabemáhdezid, (pl. -jig).

Hero; n. a. menéseno, (pl. -g).

Heroic. He is h.; menesenówe, v. n. 3.

Herpes. See eruption.

Herring; n. a. okayuhwis, (pl. -ug), H. net; okayuhwissub, (pl. -eeg),

Herself. Same as himself.

Hesitate. He h. in thoughts; quénuhweënandum, v. n. 5, (p. c. quaun-). He h. in acting; quénuhwe-doodum, v. n. 5.

Hew. See fell, cut, square.

Hiccough. He has h.; oonwáwa, v. n. 2.

Hickory; n. i. metigwaubaúk.

Hide; n. a. ahwásewuhyaun. Cow h.; pezhekewuhyaun. &c, (pl. -ug), or pézhekewágin. See skin.

Hide. He h.; kauso, v. n. 4, (p. c. kuhyaus-). He h. him, it; o-káhnaun, o-kahdoon, v. t. III., VIII. He h. s. th of his; o-kahdumuhwaun, mod. C. He h. himself from him; o-káusotuhwaun, v. t. II. It is h.; kahjegáhda. It is h. from him; o-kausotáhgoon, v. t II. in obj.

Hide up (put out of sight). He h. it up; od-uhsunjegoon, v. t. VI. H. pace; n. i. uhsunjegoon, (pl. -un).

Hideous. He, it is h.; kuhgwáhnesuggenáhgooze, -náhgwud, v. i. 10. His face is h.; kuhgwáhnesuggíngwa.

High. It is h.; ishpah, v. i. 1, (p. c. ashp-). It is so high (of such a height); uhpeetah, v. i. 1, (p. c. ape-). How h. is it; ahneen apeetaug? It is h. (a canoe); ishpoónuhgud, v. i. 3. - (a forest); ishpuhquáyah, v. i. 1. - (a hill); ishpúhdenah, v. i. 1. - (a rock); ishpáhbekah. It is h. than large; nuhmuhdúhmuhgud, v. i. 8. See tall.

High. See dear.

High (on high); ishpeming.

Highly esteemed. He, it is h. e.; ishpandáhgooze, -dáhgwud, v. i. 10.

Hill; see mountain. On the h.; ogedáhke. Down the hill; nesáhke.

Hilly. It is h.; pahpekwúdenah, v. i. 1.

Him, her; ween, enewh, or expressed by using the anim. form of the verb, e.g., he sees him or her; o-wahbumaun, v. t. I. He gives it to him or her; o-meenaun, v. t. III. Him first, or his turn; wéenetum.

Himself, herself, expressed by using mod. A. He sees himself; wahbundezo.

Hinder. He h.; oonjeëwa, v. n. 2, (p. c. wanje-). He h. him? od-oonjeäun, o- nuhgáhaun, v. t. I., (p. c. wanje-, nag-). He h. him in his work; od-óondumeäun, v. t. I., (p. c. wand-). See obstruct, prevent.

Hindoo; n. a. wáhbunoong duhzhe uhnishenahba, (pl. -g).

Hinge, n. i. ishquaúndam ágoodag.

Hint (insinuate). He h.; nuhnaúnduhkootáhgooze, v. n. 3.

Hip; n. i. onoogunumah. My, thy, his h.; ne-, ke-, o-nóogun, (pl. -un). His h. bone; o-chesheboodahgun. His h. is dislocated; kediskahkoonoogunashkah, v. n. 1.

Hire. He h. people; uhnóonega, v. n. 2, (p. c. anoo-). He h. him; od-uhnóonaun, v. t. III. Hired person; n. a. uhnooketáhgun, (pl. -úg).

His. It is h.; ween od-uhyeem.

His; pron.; o, od-, we-, e. g. his box; o-muhkuk.

His own, pron.; o, od-, we-, with m or im at the end of the word, e. g. his own box; o-muhkukoom.

His turn; wéenetum.

History; n. i. ahneka-enahjemoowin.

Hit. See strike.

Hither; omah nuhkukáyah, oondaúsenuhka.

Hitherto; nuhnaunzh noongoom.

Hoar-frost. There is h. f. (on the ground); negegwúhkummigudin. (- on the grass); negegwushkudin. (- on the trees); negegwunúhkudin, v. i. 5.

Hoard (lay up). He h.; uhtaúso, v. n. 4. He h. it up; (an. in.) od-uhtaúsoonun, od-uhtaúsoon, v. t. VI., (p. c. at-).

Hoarse. He is h.; kebisqua, v. n. 2. Hoe; n. i. peméje-wahgahkwud, (pl. -oon.)

Hoe (or hill). He h.; ningwujjuhega, v. n. 2, (p. c. nang-). He h. it; (in. an.) o-ningwujjuhaun, o-ningwujjahwaun, v.t. VII. V.

Hog; n. a. kookóosh, (pl. -ug).

Hoist. He h. the sail; oombáhkoopejéga, v. n. 2, (p. c. wamb-).

Hold. In the h. of a vessel; pindóonug nahbequáuning.

Hold. He h. him, it; ominjemenaun, v. t. I., VII. (p. c. manje-). He h. him, it, well; od-uhyindenaun, v. t. I., VII. He h. him, it, slightly with his fingers; o-suhgenaun, v. t. I., VII. (p. c. sag-). It holds (is strong); minjemesin, v. i. 5. See take hold, contain.

Hold breath. He h. his b.; gebwuhnaumo, v. n. 4, (p. c. gabw-).

Hold fast. He h. him, it, f.; o-múshkuhwe-mínjemenaun, v. t. I., VII.

Hold under. He h. him u. him; o-minjémishkuhwaun, v. t. II.

Hold up. He h. him, it, up; od-uhshedáhquahwaun, od-uhshedáhquuhaun, v. t. V., VII. (p. c. ashe-). He h. up his head; quuhyukooquáne, v. n. 3, (p. c. quay-).

Hole (in the ground); n. i. wáhnekaun, (pl. -un). There is a h.; wáhnekáhda, v. i. 2, (p. c. wuhyahn-). There is a h. in some object; puhgwunáyah, v. i. I. (p. c. pagw-). He bores a h. in it; (an, in.) o-puhgwunáwaun, o-puhgwunaäun, v. t. V., VII. (p. c. pagw-). He burns a h. in it; (an. in.) o-puhgwunaähkiswaun, -kesaun, v. t. V., VII. There is a h. burnt in it; (an. in.) puhgwunaähkeso, -keda, v. n. 4, v. i. 2. He wears a h. in it; (an. in.) o-puhgwunáshkaun, o-puhgwunásedoon, v. t. I., VIII. There is a h. worn in it; puhgwunásin. He has a h. or holes in his limbs; puhgwuhnáse, v. n. 3.

Hole (den, nest); wauzh. - (of a beaver); uhmikwauzh, (pl. -un). - (of a snake); kenábigwauzh, (pl. -un). See den. Hole (in a fence or wall). There is a h.; tuhtuhwáhquesin, v. i. 5, (p. c. tat-). See opening.

Holiday; odúhmenoowe-kézhegud.

Holiness; n. i. kechetwahwandáhgoozewin.

Hollow. It is h. (empty); pesheshígwuhtá, v. i. 2. The mountain is h. (there is a cavern); wahnuhdenah, v. i. 1. It is h. (a herb or reed); weembushkud, v. i. 7. There is a h. in the ground; weembáhkummegah. There is a h. in the rock; weembáhbekah. The tree is h.; weembenékese metig, v. n. 3. It gives a h. sound; weembwáwa, v. i. 2.

Hollow. He h. it out; o-wéembuhtoon, v. t. VIII. (p. c. waumb-). He h. out a rock; o-weembáubekuhaun, v. t. VII.

Hollow eyes. He has h. e.; wahweenekaube.

Holy. He, it, is h. (pure); peeneze, peenud, v. n. 3, v. i. 7, (p. c. paun-) (-worthy of respect); keehetwahwandáhgooze, -dáhgwud, v. i. 10.

Holy; adj. ketchetwah-.

Holy things; n. i. kachetwahwandáhgwukin.

Holy Ghost; n. a. owh Páunezid Ojechaug.

Home; My, thy, his home; andúhyaun, andúhyun, andaud, (as v. n, 1, part). He is at h.; uhbe, v. n. 3, (p. c. ab-). He goes h.; kewa, v. n. 2, (p. c. kahw-).

Homesick. He is h.; kushkándum, v. n. 5. He is always thinking on home; wahká-muhmekuhwe, v. n. 3.

Hone; n. a. zhegwunáhbik, (pl. -oog).

Honest. He is h.; qúuhyukoosa, v. n. 2, (p. c. quay-). He leads an honest life; qúuhyukoobemáhdeze, v. n. 3. See upright.

Honesty; n. i. quuhyukoosáwin.

Honey; n. i. uhmóo-sesebáhquu.

Honour; n. i. kechetwahwandahgozewin, keehetwáhwezewin.

Honour. He h. him, it; o-kechetwahwánemaun, -wándaun, v. t. I., VII.; o-menahdánemaun, -dandaun, v. t. I., VII. (p. c. kach-, man-).

Honourable (honoured). He, it, is h.; kechetwáhweze, kechetwahwandáhgooze, -dáhgwud, v. n. 3, v. i. 10.

Hood; n. i. wéewuhquaun, (pl. -un). Hoof, n. i. Its h.; ooshkunzheen, (pl. the same.)

Hook, n. i. Large iron h. for catching sturgeon; ahjegwáujegun, puhtúhke-péjegun, (pl. -un). Small h.; ahjepejegun, (pl. -un). H. (for hanging a kettle); uhgooduhkikwun.

Hook. He h. (fastens) it; od-uhdáhbekuhaun, od-uhdáhbekesedoon, v. t. VII. VIII. It h. (catches); uhdáhbekesin, v. i. 5, (p. c. adah-). Hook up. He h. s. thing up, (e. g. out of the water); puhtúhkepejega, v. n. 2. He h. him, it up; o-puhtúhkebenaun, -bedoon, v. t. III., VIII., (p. c. pat-).

Hoop, n. i. (barrel h.); tuhkóopejegun, (pl. -un).

Hooping. See whooping.

Hoot. He h. at him; o-pahpehóduhwaun,

Hop. He h.; chechéeshkewáëwe, v. n. 3.

Hope. He h. so; ahpágish enándum, v. n. 5. I h. they will come soon; ahpagish weebah petuhgooshinoowaud: ahpagish thus answering to the Latin utinam. See desire, trust, long for.

Hope (trust); n. i. ahpánemoowin. (desire); puhgoosanemoowin

Hopeful. He is h.; ahpánemo, v. n. 4.

Hopeless. See despair.

Hops; n. i. buhquázheguneká-uhnéebish.

Horizontal. It is h. (straight); qúuhyukoosin, v. i. 5. (p. c. quay-).

Horn; n. a. ashkun, (pl. -ug). It has h.; odáshkune, v. n 3a. It has only one h.; ningoodáshkune, v. n. 3a. It has two h.; neezhodáshkune, v. n. 3a. It has crooked h.; wáugewena, v. n. 2. It casts its h.: penewená, v. n. 2.

Horned animal; p. n. a. wadáshkunid, (pl. -jig).

Horned owl; n. a. wawánjeguno, (pl. -g).

Hornet. Same as bee.

Horrible. It is h. (dreadful); kuhgwahnesuhgud, gotáumegwud, v. i. 7, (p. c. kagw-, gwat-). It is h. to think of; kuhgwáhnesuggandáhgwud.

Horribly; kuhgwáhnesuggúkummig.

Horror; n. i. gootáunandáhgoozewin.

Horse; n. a. papazhegoonguhzhe, (pl. -g).

Horseback. See ride.

Horsefly; n. a. mesesúk, (pl. -wug).

Horseman; p. n. a. pabáhmoomegood papazhegoongahzheen, (pl. -goojig).

Horse-shoe; n. i. ooshkunzhekáhjegun, (pl. -un).

Hospitable. He is h.; kezháwahdeze, v. n. 3, (p. c. kazh-).

Hospital; n.i. áhkoosewegúmmig, (pl. -oon).

Hospitality; n. i. kesháwahdezewin.

Host. See landlord.

Hostile. He is h.; sheengánjega, v. n. 2.

Hostility; n. i. sheenganjegawin.

Hot. It is hot weather; kezháhta, v. i. 2. It is very h. w.; wéesuhgáhta. It is h. (in a room); kezhóota. It is hot (any object); kézheda, v. i. 2. He is h. (perspiring); uhbwáso, v. n. 4. He is h. (fevorish); kéezheso, v. n. 4.

Hot-tempered. He is h. (soon angry); netahnishkahdeze, v. n. 3. See impatient.

Hotel; n. i. uhshungáwegummig, (pl. -oon).

Hour. See measure.

House; n. i. wahkúhegun, wegewaum, (pl. -un). In the h.; pindig. On the top of the h.; ogeduhkummig. One, two, three, &c, houses; ningotogummig, neezhogummig, nesogummig.

Household. See family.

Hovel; n. i. wegewaumish, (pl. -un).

How? ahneen?

How do yon do? ahneen ezhebemahdezeyun? See greet, good-day.

How far? ahneen apeechaug?

How long? ahneen rnenik bwah?

How many? How much? Ahneen menik? (In compos., ahneen dusso? e. g., How many canoes? ahneen dusaónug cheemaunun? See many, so many. How many days? ahneen dussogoon? See canoe, day, &c.). How much is it? ahneen enúhgindag? See value.

How often? ahneen dussing?

How old. See old.

How soon? ahneen uhpe?

However; adv. meenooch, ketwan.

Howl. He h.; wahwoono, v. n. 4, (p. c. wuhyah-).

Howling; n. i. wahwoonoowin.

Hug. See embrace.

Huge. He is h.; keche mindedo, v. n. 4, (p. c. kache-). It is h.; keche mechah, v. i. 1. See enormous. Hull. He h. corn; kechekoonuhyásega, v. n. 2.

Hulled corn; kechekoonuhyásegunauk.

Hum. He h.; mudwáwa, v. n. 2.

Human; adj. enénewe: e. g., H. flesh; enénewe-wéeyaus.

Human beings; pabeshuhgejig uhkeeng.

Humane. See kind.

Human-nature. See nature.

Humble. He is h.; tahbussánemo, v. n. 4; tahbussánindezo, mod. a. (p. c. tab-).

Humbug. It is h.; uhnesháh goo.

Humiliate. He h. him; o-tahbussandáhgooseäun, v. t. I.

Humiliation; n. i. tahbussandáhgoozewin.

Humility; n. i. tahbussánindezoowin.

Humming-bird; n. a. nahnookáhseens, (pl. -ug).

Humourous. He is h.; pahpáhpinwa, v. n. 2.

Hump-back; pequúhwegun. He is h.; pequúhwegun, v. n. 5, (p. c. pa-).

Hundred; ningodwauk. Two, three, four, &c. hundred; neezhwauk, neswauk, neewauk, &c.: in compos., ningodwauk dusso, neezhwauk dusso or duss, &c. (e. g., handfuls, barrels, canoes, &c, which see). A hundred times, the hundredth time; ningodwauk dussing. A hundred each, or a h. every time; naningodwauk. So many hun-dred; dusswauk. How many h.? ahneen andusswauk? We are a hundred in number; ke-ningodwaukoosemin, (as mod. b). There are a h. objects; ningodwáukwudoon, v. i. 7, pl.

Hunger; v. i. puhkuhdáwin.

Hunger. He h. after it; o-puhkuhdánoodaun, v. t. VII. He can endure h.; zhebahnundum, v. n. 5.

Hungry. He is h.; puhkuhdá, v. n. 2, (p. c. pak-).

Hunt. He h.; keöosá, v. n. 2, (p. c. kah-). He h.; nunduhwa: e. g., He h. beavers; nundoomekwa. - bears; nunduhwáhkwa. He hunts (looks for) him, it; o-nunduhwáhbumaun, o-nunduhwáhbundaun, v. t. I. VII. (p c. nand-). He h. with bow and arrows; nundoobimwah, v. n. 1. The dog hunts well; mequáhdeze uhnemoosh.

Hunting; n. i. keöosáwin.

Hunting-ground; n. i. keöosáwin.

Huntsman; p. n. a. káhöosad, (pl. -jig).

Hurricane. See tornado.

Hurry. He h. him; o-wawéebeäun, v. t. I. (p. c. wuhya-). He h. him away; o-mahjenáuzhekuhwaun, v. t. II. He is in a h.; náhgáhwuhgándum, v. n. 5, (p. c. nuhyah-). He h. it over too quickly; o-saum o-wawéebetaun, v. t. VII. See hasten.

Hurt. He h. him; od-ahquánduhmeäun, v. t. I. (p. c. uhyah). He h. himself; pahtáhedezo, mod. a. He h. himself carrying; kezhékooso, v. n. 4 (p.c. kazh-). - falling; puhgummahkoosa, v. n. 2, (p. c. pag-). - lifting; cháhkewe, v. n. 3a. - terribly; kuhgwáhnesukishkoonédezo, mod. A. He h. his hand; kishkenínjeshin, v. n. 6. - foot; naungesedáshin. - eye; gejáubeshin. It hurts him to speak or cough; kéejemo, v. n. 4. See bruise, wounds, páin.

Hurtful. It is h.; muhje-ühyah, v. i. 1; mujje-uhyéewishewun, v. i. 6.

Husband. My, thy h.; ne- ke- wedegamáhgun; or, speaking coldly, ne- ke-náhbam. Her h.; o-náhbámun.

Husbandman; n. a. ketegawenéne, (pl. -wug).

Husbandry; n. i. ketegáwin.

Hush! Pezáun!

Husk; n. a. zhegooshkáujegun, (pl. -ug).

Husky. See hoarse.

Hut; n. i wegewaum, (pl. -un). Hut made of fir branches; shingoobegun, (pl. -un). He makes a hut; shingoo-bega, v. n. 2. See Indian wigwam.

Hymenial; wedegándewe-.

Hymn; n. i. núhgumoon, (pl. -un); uhnuhmeäwene-nuhgumoon, (pl. -un).

Hymn-book; núhgumo-muhzenúhegun.

Hypocrisy; uhnuhmeäkausoowin.

Hypocrite. He is a h.; uhnúhmeäkauso, mod. b.

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