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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

 

S

Sabbath (day of rest); aunwábewinekezhegud. See Sunday.

Sack; n.i. mushkemood, (pl. -un.) See bag.

Sackcloth (for mourners); netahgaöowawin.

Sacking (material); mushkemodawagin.

Sacrament. See communion.

Sacred. See holy.

Sacrifice; n.i. sahsahgewéchegun.

Sacrifice. He s.; sahsahgewéchega, v.n. 2, (p.c. sas-). He s. him, it; o-sáhgeweäun, o-sáhgewetoon, v.t.I., VIII. (p.c. suhy-). He s. it to him; o-sahsáhgewenaun, v.t.III.

Sacrificing; n.i. sahsahgewechegawin.

Sacrificing priest; n.a. sahsahgewechegáwenene, (pl. -wug).

Sad. Sad indeed! kushkandáhgwuhkummig.

Sad. He is s.; kushkándum, wuhsetuhwándum, nuhneenuhwandahgooze, v.n.5, 5, 3, (p.c. kash-, was-, nan-). It is s.; kushkandahgwud, nuhneenuhwandahgwud, v.i.10. He is sad in his heart; kushkándumedaä, v.n.2. His face is sad; nuhneenuhwingwa, v.n.2. He feels s. about him, it; o-wuhsetuhwánemaun, -wándaun, v.t.I., VII. He hears him, it, with sadness; o-kushkándumétuhwaun, -metáun, v.t.II., VII. He makes him s.; o-kushkándumeäun, v.t.I.

Saddle; n.i. tásuhbewin, (pl. -un). He saddles him; od-uhtuhwaun tasuhbewin.

Sadness; n.i. kushkandumoowin.

Safe. It is safe; use neg. of dangerous (kahween nahneezaúnussenoon). The canoe (or boat) is safe, does not roll; ketuhgwinda cheemaun.

Safety (fly for); See refuge. He flies to him for s.; o-nauzhenéezhemaun, v.t.I. - to it; onauzhenéezhindaun, v.t.VII.

Sagacious; use wise.

Sage; p.n.a. natah-nebwahkaud, (pl. -jig).

Said. It is said; kewá, ekedoom.

Sail; n.i. ningáhsuhmoon, (pl. -un). S. rope; ningáhsuhmoonáyaub, (pl. -in).

Sail. He s.; pemáushe, v.n.3, (p.c. pa-). He s. about; puhpahmáushe, v.n.3. He s. fast; kezhéeyaushe. with a fair wind; minwaushe. -thus; enáushe. - across a bay, &c.; áhzhuhwaushe. to the shore; ugwahyaushe. He sails with him; o-pemewedáushemaun, v.t.I. (p.c. pame-). See hoist, take down.

Sail cloth; n.i. ningáusemoonegin.

Sailing; n.i. pemáushewin.

Sailor; n.a. nahbequáun.enéne, (pl. -wug).

Saint (on earth); anuhmeäud, (pl. -jig). S. (in heaven); kuhyahgegabemahdezid, or, ishpeming anduhneed, (pl. -jig).

Sake (for the sake of); oonje.

Salary; n.i. tebuhuhmáhgoowin.

Sale; n.i. uhdahwawin.

Salable. A s. article; kaühdahwangebun. It is s.; uhdáhwandáhgwud, v.i.10.

Salesman; n.a. uhdahwá-wenene, (pl. -wug).

Saline; adj. shewetáhgune-.

Saliva; n.i. sikoowahgun, sikoowin. S. runs from his month; segesane osikowin, .sikahwedoon, v.n.6.

Salmon trout; n.a. máhzhuhmágoos, (pl. -ug). There are s. t.; mahzhuhmdgoo, sekah, v.i.1.

Salt; n.i. shewetéhgun.

Salt; adj. shewetahgune-.

Salt. He s. it; (in. an.) o-shewetáhgunuhaun, o-shewetáhgunahwaun, v.t.VII., v. (p.c. shah-) It is salted; (in. an.) shéwun, shéweze, v.i.6, v.n.3, shewetahgunewun, -ewe, v.i.6, v.n.3. It tastes s.; shewetáhgunepóogwud, -póogooze, v.i.10.

Salt fish; n.i. shewetáhgune-kéego.

Salting; n.i. shewetáhgunuhegáwin.

Salt meat; n.i. shewetáhgune-wéeyaus.

Salts (Epsom); shewetáhgune-sháhboosegun. - (smelling); uhyáhbahkoose-wámuhguk mushkeke.

Salt water; n.i. shewetáhgunáhboo.

Salute. See greet, how to, nod.

Salvation (given); bemáhjeëwáwin. (received); bemáhjeegoowin.

Salve; n.i. zheshoobetgan.

Same (the same); nahsaub. It is all the s.; me tebishko. Always in the same place or mauner; pázhigwunoong.

Sanctify. He s. him, it; o-kechetwahweäun, -wetoon; o-peeneäun, -netoon, v.t.I., VIII. (p.c. kache-, paune-).

Sanctified. He, it, is s.; kechetwahwandáhgooze, -dáhgwud, v.i.10.

Sanctification; n.i. kechetwahwandáhgoozewin péenezewin, peenandáhgoozewin.

Sand (on the shore); n.i. nágowh. Fine s. (dust, ashes); pingwe.

Sandstone; pingwahbik.

Sandy. It is s. (the beach); nagowekah, metáhwungah, v.i.I. There is a lake with as. shore; metahwungah-ayeduhwuhgaum, metáhwungáhguhmah, v.i.I.

Sap; n.i. oonsebun. See maple.

Sapling; n.a. metegoons, (pl. -ug).

Sarcastic. He is s.; nuhnáundukootáhgooze, v.n.3.

Sash. See window, girdle.

Satan. See devil.

Satiated. He is s.; dábesine, dabanemo, v.n.3, 4.

Satisfaction (pleasure); n.i. minwándumoowin.

Satisfy. He s. him; o-menonubwáäun, o-dábeäun, v.t.I, (p.c. man-, duhy-) He is satisfied, minwándum, v.n.5; dabanemo, v.n.4. It is satisfying, (satisfactory); minwandáhgwud, v.i.10.

Saturate. It s. him; o-nesahbuhwenegoon, o-nesáhbuhwuhgoon, v.t.I. (in. obj.) See wet.

Saturday; ningodwáusokezhegud. See Tuesday.

Sauce; n.i. nahbóob, ahpáunjegun.

Saucer; n.i. onáhgauns, (pl. -un).

Saucepan; n.a. uhkikoons (pl. -ug), sahsegokwahjegun.

Savage. He, it, is s. (wild, barbarous); buhkwujje-uhyáh, v.n.1; buhkwujjeuhyahmuhgud, v.i.8, (p.c. bakw-). S. life; buhkwunuhwáhdezewin. He leads a s. life; buhkwunuhwáhdeze.

Save. He s. (gives salvation); bemáhjeëwa, noojemóëwa, v.n.2, (p.c. ba-, nwah-). He s. him; o-bemáhjeäun, v.t.I. He is saved; bemahjeëgooze, v.n.3. He s. (delivers, unties him); odáhbiskoonaun, v.t.I. (p.c. uhyauh-). He s. him (snakes him escape); od-ózhemoäun, v.t.I. (p.c. wash-). He s. (frees, disengages him from someth.) o-meduhgwánuhmuhwaun, v.t.n.

Saviour (The); owh Bamahjeëwad. Our S.; owh Bamáhjeënung, owh Wanjebemáhdezeyung.

Savoury. It smells s.; menomáhgwud.

Saw, n.i. Cross-cut s. (hand-s., buck-s.); kishkepóojegun. Long-cut s. (rip-s., circular s.); táushkepoojegun, (pl. -un).

Saw. He s. (across); kishkepoojega, v. n. 2. He s. it; o-kishkepoodoon, o-kishkepoonaun, v.t.VIll., III. (p.c. kaush-). He s. (along); taushkepoojega, v.n.2. He s. it; o-taushkepoodoon, o-taushkepoonaun, v.t.VIII., III. (p.c. tuhyansh-).

Saw-bill (duck); n.a. unsig, (pl. -wug).

Sawdust; n.i. pewepóojegun.

Saw-mill; n.i. táushkepóojegun.

Sawn. It is s.; (in. an.) taushkepooda, taushkepooso. v.t.2, v.n.4a.

Say. He s.; ekedo, v.n.4, (p.c. ake-). He s. to him, it; od-enaun, od-edaun, v.t.III., VII. (p.c. an-, ad-).

NOTE. - Enaun is irreg. The imper. is ezhe, the pass. nindero-He says to me, nindik instead of nindenik. and so on The 2nd and 3rd per. pass. of this verb is also used frequently instead of reply, answer. &c., thus, oo-oo oge-egoon he replied to him, lit he (the first speaker) was said to by him (the second speaker). See page 125, 2.

He says of himself; edezo, mod. A., thus: he says he is a Christian; nind-uhnuhmeäh edezo, (p.c. adezood). We say of, or to, each other; kid-edemin, mod. a. He says; (impers.) ewáh. It says; ekedómuhgud, v.i.8, (p.c. ake-).

Saying; n.i. ekedoowin, kéekedowin.

Scab (scabby). He is s.; omeegee, v.n.3a. (p.c. wam-).

Scabbard. See sheath.

Scaffold (for execution); uhgóojewuhnaun.

Scald. He s. him, it; o-bushkoobiswaun, o-bushkoobesaun, v.t.V., VII. (p.c. hash-).

Scale (of a fish); wuhnuhgáhuhyee.

Scales (balance); tebáhbishkóojegun.

Scalp; n.i. buhkwundibaun. -Shtegwaun (head) affixed to the name of tribe, thus, Sioux s.; bwáunishtegwaun.

Scalp. He sc. him; o-puhkoondebázhwaun, v.t.v. (p.c. pak-).

Scape-goat; mesáhbooz pagedenegáhzood.

Scar; n.i. ojeshéewin, (pl. -un). He has a s.; ojeshége, v.n.3, (p.c. waje-). He has a s. on his arm; ojeshéneka, so also, foot, leg, &c., substituting seda, kahda for neka, v.n.2. See arm.

Scarce. It is s.; muhnayah, pungesháwuhgud, v.i.7, (p.c. pang-). Fuel is s.; onuhnásuhgah, v.i.I. Rivers are scarce; muhnátegwayah, v.i.1. See want.

Scarcely; uhgáhwah.

Scare. He s. him; o-sageäun, o-sagemaun, v.t.I., (p.c. suhya-). He tries to s. him; o-kuhgwá-sageäun, v.t.I. He is scared; sagándum, nesuhyándum, v.n.5.

Scarify. He a. him (for bleeding); o- papázhwaun, v.t.V., (p.c. puhya-).

Scatter (disperse). He s. them, it; o suswáahkuhwaun, o-suswáshkaun, v.t.II., VII. (p.c. sasw-), He s. them driving away; o-suswawábenaun, v.t.I. They are s.; suswawabenegáusowug, v.n.4 pl. It is s.; suswashkáhmuhgud, v.i.8. See strew.

Scene (that which is shewn); wahbunjegun, wahbunduhegun.

Scenery; pamewahbunduhmin, wuhyahbumenáhgwuk uhke. It is fine s.; minwáhbumenáhgwud, v.i.10.

Scent; see smell, perfume. He searches by s.; nundomáunjega, v.n.2.

Sceptre; n.i. ogemáhwewene-súhkuhoon.

Scheme. See Plan.

Schism; n.i. quake-uhnuhmehwin, puhkáedewin.

Schismatic; n.a. quuhyakuhnuhmeaud, puhká-ahnuhmeäud, (pl. jig);

Scholar; n.a. kekenoühmáhgun, (pl. -ug). kakenoühmuhwind, (pl.-jig).

School; kekenoühmáhding. He goes to s.; kekenoühmáhding ezhah. He comes from s.; kekenoühmáhding oonjebah. He teaches s.; kekenoühmahga, v.n.2, (p.c. kak-).

School-house; n.i. kekenoühmahdá-wegummig, (pl. -oon).

School-section; n.i. kekenoühmáhde-wuhkee.

School-teacher; n.a. kokenoühmáhgad, (pl. -jig). -(male); kekenoühmahgáwenene. -(female); kekenoühmahgá equa.

Science; n.i. kekandáusoowin.

Scientific. He, it, is s.; kekandáuso, pesiskánjega, v.n.4, 2, (p.c. ka-, pa-); kekandáhgwud, wahweengásin, v.i.5, 10.

Scissors; n.i. moozhwáugun, (pl. -un).

Scoff. See scorn, mock.

Scoffer; p.n.a. nashepahpenóodahgad, (pl. -jig).

Scold. He s.; nuhneebekinga, nuhnéebekewa, uhyáhwewa, v.n.(p.c. nan-, ayah-). He s. him; onuhnéebekemaun, o-nuhnéebekeguhnóonaun, oduhyáhwaun, v.t.I., III., V He s. it; onuhnéebekindaun, v.t.VII. We s. each other; ke-nuhnéebekindemin, mod. B.

Scoop (for taking water out of a boat); gwahkwáhpegun.

Scorch. Same as burn.

Scorn (contempt); n.i. muhjaningawin, tahbussaningáwin. He treats him, it, with s.; o-muhjanemaun, o-tahbussanemaun; o-muhjandaun, o-tahbusandaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. tab-). He speaks of him, it, with s.; o-dahbeendahjemaun, wuhnishquauch o-wahweenaun, -weendaun, v.t.III., VII.

Scornfully; adv. wuhnishquanch.

Scotch; Scotchmun, (pl. -ug).

Scoundrel. See rogue.

Scour. See scrub.

Scourge. See whip.

Scowl. See frown.

Scranch. He s. it; (in. an.) o-gáhpundaun, o-gahpumaun, v.t.VIl., I. (p.c. guhyah-). See chew.

Scrap. See fragment.

Scrape (grate). He s.; gáuskuskuhega, v.n.2, (p.c. guhyans-). He s. him, it; ogauskuskahwaun, o-gauskuskuhann, v.t.v. VII. He s. bark; gaushkuhquuhega, v.n.2. He s. fish; gauskumagwuhega, v.n.2. He s. skins máhduhega, v.n.2; cheeshahquuhega, v.n.2, (p.c. muhy-, chaush-). He. s. it; (an., as derr skin), o-máhdahwaun, o-cheeshahquahwaun, v.t.v. He s. it; (as ox hide), o- máhdahaun, cheeshahquuhaun, v.t.VII.

Scraper (knife for scraping); máhduhegun.

Scratch. He s.; pahsuhgóobezhewa, v.n. 2, (p.c. pas-). He s. him, it; o-pahsuhgoobenaun, o-pahsuhgóobedoon, v.t.III., VIII. He s. himself (to relieve irritation); chéchege, v.n.3a. He s. his head; chechegindebábenédezo, mod. A.

NOTE.-foot, arm, hand &c., in the same way, substituting seda, neka, ninje, &c., for ndebáh.

He s. his (anotherís) arm &c.; o-chechegenekábenaun, v.t.III. (p.c. chauch-)

Scratch-awl; n.i. pashegúhegun.

Scream. He s.; abyauzhequa, v.n.2.

Screen. See curtain.

Screech-owl; n.a. kahkahbeshá, (pl. -yug).

Screw; p.n.i. pahmiskwuhegáhdag suhgúhsegun, (pl. -un).

Screw. He s.; pemiskwuhega, v.n.2, (p.c. paum-). He s. it; o-pemiskwuhaun, v.t.VII.

Screw-driver; n.i. pemiskwuhegun.

Scribble. He s.; mahnáuzhebeëga, v.n.2.

Scribe; n.a. ozhebéëgawenene, (pl. -wug).

Scripture; kechetwah-ozhebéëgáwin.

Scrofula; n.i. mujje-enahpenawin.

Scrub. He s. the floor; kesébegesúggenega, v.n.2, (p.c. ka-). See wash.

Scrutinize. He s. him, it; wawane o-nuhnáhguhduh-wáhbumaun, -wáhbundaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. nanah-).

Sculptor; n.a. muhzenekóojega-wenéne, (pl. -wug). See carve.

Scurf; n.i. weenuhsháhgundebun.

Scythe; n.i. kishkushkézhegun, (pl. -un).

Sea (the great salt water); n.i. shewetahguhne-kechegummee. Far out to s. (or lake); mesháhwuhgaum. The s. runs high; muhmáungushkah, v.i.I.

Seal; n.a. uskeeg, (pl. -ug). S. skin; uskeegwuhyaún, (pl. -ug).

Seal (stamp); n.i. uhgóokewahséchegun, (pl. -ug).

Seal. He s.; uhgóokewahsega, v.n.2, (p.c. agoo-). He s. it; (in. an.) od-uhgóokewuhsaún, od-uhgóokewuswaun v.t.VII., v. He, it is sealed.; uhgookewshsegáuso, -gahda, v.i.9.

Sealing-wax; n.i. uhgookewahsegun.

Sea-mark. See buoy.

Seamstress; n.a. kushkegwáuso-ëqua, (pl. -g).

Scar. See cauterize.

Search. See seek.

Season. The s. is advanced; ishpe- as prefix, thus: the summer is nearly over; ishpe-neebin.

Seasoning; n.i. uhpáhboowaun. It is s. uhpahboowahda, v.i.2. He seasons it; (in. an.); od-uhpahboowahdaun, -wuhnaun, v.t.VII., III.

Seat n.i. uhpúhbewin, (pl. -un).

Secede. He secedes; puhkáshkahga, v.n.2.

Second; ako-neezhing.

Secret; n.i. keemóodezewin.

Secret. It is a s.; keemóodud, v. 1. 7.

Secretly; adv. keemooj.

Secretary. His s.; enewh wazhebeühmáhgoojin. My s.; owh wazhebéühmuhwid.

Sect; n.i. puhkáëdewin, (pl. -un).

Secular; uhkeeng duhzhe-. S. things; uhkeeng duhshe uhyeën.

Secure. See safe.

Securely; wahweenga.

Sedative. See opiate.

Sedition; n.i. oombáhsoondewin.

Seduce. He s. him, her; o-kuhkebáhsoomaun, o-peshegwáhdeseäun, v.t.I. (p.c. kak-, pash-). Seduce into error; see deceive, led astray.

See! wagwahge!

See. He s.; waube, v.n.3, (p.c. wuhy-). He s. s.-th.: wahbunjega, v.n.2. He s. him it; o-wahbumaun, o-wahbundaun, v.t.I., VII. He s. himself, wahbundezo, mod. A. We s. each other; ke-wahbundemin, mod. B. He s. s.-th. belonging to another; o-wahbundumuhwaun, mod. C. He makes him s. it; o-wahbunduhaun, mod. D. He s. him now and then; owahwahbumaun mod. E. He s. well; minwáube. He s. so far; uhkwaube. He s. such a distance; dabaube. He s. from a dis.; oonsáube. He s. clearly; wahsayaube. He s. him clearly; o-mesáhbumaun. He s. him indistinctly; uhgahwuh owahbuhmaun, o-begesahwenahwaun. He s. him thus; od-enáhbumaun. He sees him from a distance; od-oonsahbumaun. He arrives to the moment of seeing him; od-odesáhbumaun. He s. him coming this way; opeedesabuhmaun, opeedáhbumaun. (with in. an. obj. change -bumaun to -hundaun). He makes him s.; o-wáubeäun, mod, d. He s. through it; o-zhaubwahbundaun.i. He, it is seen; wahbunjegáuso, -gáhda, v.i.9.

Seed; n.a. menekáun, (pl. -ug).

Seed (posterity). His s.; onejáhsenun ka-ahneka-bemahdezénejin.

Seed-time; ketegaëding, pagedenuhmingin menekaun.

Seek. He s.; nundoonega, nunduhwáhbunga, v.n.2, (p.c. nan-). He s. him, it; o-nundoonáwaun, -ná-äun, v.i.V., VII., o-nunduhwáhbumaun, -bundaun, v.t.I., VII. He, it is sought; nunduhwáhbunjegáuso, -gáhda, v.i.9.

Seem. It s. to me; nindenándum. It seems - - --; tahnahsug - - -. It s. like (as it were); nindegoo. It s. so; enandáhgwud, v.i.10. See appear.

See-saw; chuhchungáhkooshkuhmáhdewin.

Seine-net; n.a. uhgwahbenahgun, cheemuháhgun, (pl. -ug).

Seize. He s. something; tuhkoonega, tuhkoonewa, v.n.2, (p.c. tak-). He s. him, it; o-tuhkoonaun, v.t.I., VII. He, it, is seized; tuhkoonegáuso, -gáhda, v.i.9. He s. him by the hair; o-suhgahnequanaun, v.t.I.

Seldom; adv. weekah, wahweekah.

Select. See choose.

Self; tebenuhwa. He himself; ween tebenuhwa. He - himself; dezo, mod. A.

Self-defence; n.i. nuhnáhquewin.

Selfish (self-willed). He is s.; nezhekawanemoo, sahgeëdezo, minwánindezo, bahzhegwáhdeze, v.n.4, 3, (p.c. suhyah-, man-, bazh-). See stubborn.

Selfishness; n.i. nezhekawanemowin, sahgeëdezoowin.

Sell. He s.; uhdáhwa, v.n.2, (p.c. ad-). He sell him, it; od-uhdahwanun, od-uhdahwan, v.t.VI. He sells it to him; od-uhdáhmaun, v.t.I. He s. high; suhnuhgwa, v.n.2. He sells cheap; wandwa, v.n.2.

Seminary; n.i. kekandauso-wegummig.

Send. He send him, it; od-ezhenáuzhahwaun, od-ezhenáuzhuhaun, v.t.V., VII. (p.c. azhe-). He s. him away; od-ekoonáuzhahwaun, o-mahjenáuzhahwaun, v.t.v. He s. him before him; o-neegáunenézhahwaun. He s. him somewhere pressingly; o-gáunjenáuzhahwaun. He sends him down; o-nesáunduhwanáuzhahwaun. He s. him out of doors, o-sahgejenáuzhahwaun. He s. some one to him; od-ezhenáuzhuhuhmuhwaun, mod. c. He s. it; (an. in.) o-ninduhewánun, -ewan, v.t.VI. (p.c. nan-). He s. s.-th. to him; o-ninduhaun, v.t.I. He s. him in the water; o-puhkóobenáuzhahwaun, v.t.v.

Send word. He s. word; mejedwá, v.n.2, (p.c. maj-); máhjeyáhjemóoëwa, v.n.2, (p.c. muhy-). He s. for it; (an. in.) o-mejedwánun, -dwan, v.t.VI.

Sense; n.i. kekándumoowin, nebwahkahwin.

Senses. He has his s.; kekandum, mekúhwe, v.n.5. 3, (p.c. kak-, mak-). He loses his s. (fainting); wuhnemekúhwe, v.n.3. He recovers his s.; ahbahkuhweze, pesiskahdeze, v.n.3.

Sensible. See wise.

Sensual. He is s.; osaumandumooshke, v.n.3, (p.c. wa-).

Sentence. He pronounces s. over him o-keezhahkoonaun, v.t.III.

Sentinel; n.a. uhkundó-wenene, (pl. -wug).

Separate. He s. (divides them; o-nanáhwenaun, v.t.III. (p.c. nuhya-). The road separates; puhkámo meekunuh. He s. from him, it; o-puhkáshkuhwaun, o-puhkashkaun, v.t.II., VII. (p.c. pak-). We s.; kepuhkáëdemin, mod. B. See part.

Separately; adv. pabuhkaun.

Separation (between parties); wábenedewin, puhkáëdewin.

September; n.a. muhnóomene-keezis (the wild rice moon).

Serious (grave). He is s.; kekáhdeze, v.n.3, (p.c. kak-). He is considered s.; kekahdandáhgooze, v.n.3.

Seriousness; n.i. kekáhdézewin.

Sermon; n.i. kuhgequáwin.

Serpent or snake; n.a. kenábig, (pl. -oog).

Servant; n.a. buhmetáhgun, (pl. -ug). uhnooketáhgun, (pl. -ug). Male s.; buhmeetahgáwenene. Female s.; buhmeetahgáwequa.

Serve. He s. (is in service); buhrneetahga, v. p 2, (p.c. ham-). He s. him; o-buhméetuhwaun, v.t.n. He serves himself; buhmeetauso, mod. A. See zealous.

Service; n.i. buhmeetahgáwin.

Set (a set of things); ningoodwáwaun. Two sets; neezhwáwaun, &c.

Set. See put, sun.

Set apart. He s. him, it apart; o-kekuhsáun, o-kekuhtoon, v.t.IV., VIII.

Set free. He s. him free; o-puhgedenaun, v.t.I., od-áhbiskoonaun, v.t.I., od-ozhemoán, v.t.I.

Set on fire. He s. it on fire; o-suhkuhaun, v.t.VII. It is s. on fire; suhkuhegáhda, v.i.9, (p.c. sak-).

Set up. He s. it up; (an. in.) o-puhdukeshemaun, o-puhdukesedoon, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. pad-). It is s. up; puhdúkeda, v.i.2.

Settle. He s. (determines) a matter; deboowá, v.n.2, (p.c. dab-). He s. it; o-deboowáhdaun, v.t.VII., od-uhyéenjesetoon, v.t.VIII. He s. his account; o-kezhékaun o-muhzenuhegun. He s. with him; o-kezhékuhwaun, v.t.n. (p.c. kazh-). It is settled (determined); uhyéenjesechegáhda, v.i.9.

Settler. See colonist.

Seven; neezhwáuswe. In compos. neezhwauso: (e.g. handsful, breadths, bagsful, &c., which see). S. times, or the seventh time; neezhwáuching. Seventh or seventhly; ako-neezhwauching. S. each, or s. every time; naneezhwauching. We are s.; ke-neezhwáuchemin mod. B. There are s. things; neezhwauchenoon. It is s. o'clock. neezhwauso-tebuheguna, v.i.2, (p.c. nauzhw-).

Seven hundred; neezhwáuswauk.

Seven thousand; neezhwáuching-medáuswauk.

Seventeen; medáuswe 'zhe neezhwáuswe.

Seventeenth; ako 'zhe neezhwauching.

Seventy; neeshwáhsweméduhnuh. See forty.

Several; ahnind.

Severe (strict). He is s.; suhnuhgeze, v.n.3- (p.c. sah-). He thinks him s.; o-suhnuhgánemaun, v.t.I.

Sew. He (or she) sews; kushkegwauso, v.n.4, (p.c. kashk-). He s. it; (in. an.) o-kushkegwáhdaun, o-kushkegwáhnaun, v.t.VII., III. He s. it for him; o-kushkegwáhdumuhwaun, mod. C. He s. well; netáhwegwáuso. He begins to s.; máhjegwáuso. He s. in such a place; duhgwáuso. He leaves off sewing; poonegwáuso. He sews strong; soongegwáuso. He s. together; geboogwáuso. He gathers sewing; máhwundoogwáuso. He repairs sewing; wuhwaquauso. He s. slightly (stitches); suhsahgegwáuso, (all these verbs may be made transitive by changing -gwauso into gwahdaun, gwahnaun). He s. it in such a shape; od-enegwáhdaun. He s. it round; ogewetaugwahdaun, o-mesáhtegoogwahdaun. He s. two breadths of stuff together; o-neezhóoshkegwáhdaun, (see breadths). He s. it to s.-th.; od-uhgoogwáhdaun. He s. it on; (in. an.) od-uhgwuhaun, od-uhgwahwaun, v.t.VII., V., (p.c. agw-). It is s.; kushkegwahda, so-, v.i.2. He s. a canoe; kushkegoono, v.n.4.

Sewing; n.i. kushkegwáusoowin.

Sewing-thread; n.i. uhsuhbaub.

Sexton. See door-keeper.

Shabby. See worn out.

Shackles. See fetters.

Shade. It s. (gives shade); uhguhwahtása, v.i.2. He s. him, it; od-uhguhwahtáshkuhwaun, od-uhguhwahtáshkaun, v. II., VII. (p.c. ag-). It s. him; od-uhguhwahtashkáhgoon.

Shadow. There is a s.; uhguhwáhta, v. i. 2. He, it, makes a s.; uhguhwahtáshin, -tasin, v.n.6, v.i.5.

Shake. He sh. (trembles); neningishkah, v.n.1. It s.; neningishkáhmuhgud, kooshkóosa, v.i.8, 2, (p.c. nan-, kwash-). He s. him, it; o-kooshkookuhwaun, o-kooshquáhkooshkuhwaun, -shkaun, v.t.II., VII. He s. himself (sitting); memegwuhbe, v.n.3, (p.c. inan-). He s. himself (lying); memegwishin, v.n.6. He s. it together; o-chechebewábenaun, v.t.VII. He s. his head (to signify no); wawábequáne, v.n.3. He s. his head at him; o-wawábequátuhwaun, mod. C. His arm shakes (trembles); neningeneká. (So also hand, leg, &c., substituting ninje, kahda, &c., for neka). It is shaken by the wind; neningahsin.

Shake down. He s. it down (makes it fall from its place); (in. an.) o-pénishkuhwaun, opénishkaun, v.t.II., VII. (p.c. pah-).

Shake hands. He s. h. with him; o-sahgeninjenaun, v.t.I. (p.c. suhy-).

Shake off. He s. him, it, off; o-buhwewábenaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. bawe-). He s. the dust off it; obuhwágenaun, v.t.I., VII. It is shaken off; o-buhwenegáhda, v.i.9. He shake s.-th. off his feet; buhwesedáshemoono, v.n.4. (So also hand, arm, &c., substituting ninje, neka, &c., for seda). He s. off the dust of his feet against him; o-buhwesedátuhwaun, v.t.n.

Shake with fear. See tremble.

Shaking fever (ague); neningahpenáwin. He has the s. f.; neningahpená, v.n.2, (p.c. nan-).

Shall (emphatic). See must.

Shallow. It is s. (water); báhgwah. v. i.; (p.c. buhy-). The river is s.; báhgwahtegwáyah seebee. There is a s. place where the waves break; petáhwushkah. There is a long s. place in the lake (shoals); zháhguhwahmekah,v.i.1.

Sham (not real); wuhyázhindewin.

Shame! Sa!

Shame; n.i. ahgujjewin. He causes s. ahgujjeëwa, v.n.2, (p.c. aguj-). It causes s.; ahgujjeëwámuhgud, v.i.8. He causes him s.; od-ahujjeäun, v.t.I. He brings it to s.; o-ahgujjetoon, v.t.VIII.

Shameful. It is shameful; ahguhtandáhgwud.

Shameless. See impudent.

Shape. It is of such a s. or appearance (an. in.) ezhenahgooze, -gwud, v.i.10. He s. it thus; od-ezheeäun, od-ezhetoon, v.t.I., VIII. (p.c. azh-).

Share. My, thy, his s.; menik meenigooyaun, -gooyun, -nd. He gives him such a s.; od-énuhoonaun, v.t.III. (p.c. an-) : c. g., I give to him the same share as to you; ánuhoonenaun nind-énuhoonah). He gives him a large s.; o-keehe enuhoonaun, o-soónguhoonaun.

Sharp. It is s.; géenah, v.i.1, (p.c. gah-).

Sharpen. He s. it (by filing or otherwise); o-sesepóodoon, -póonaun, v.t.VIII., III.

Shave. He s.; kushkebáuso, v.n.4, (p.c. kash-). He s. him, it; o-kushkebáhnaun, -bahdaun, v.t.III., VII. See thin.

Shaving (chip); n.i. pewekoojegun, (pl. -un)

Shawl; n.a. keche-mooshwa, (pl. -g).

She; ween, See he.

Sheaf. A sh.; ningotóonsebeda, or ningotúhkoobedag.

Shear. He s. him; o-moozhwaun, v.i.V., (p.c. mwauzh-).

Shears; n.i. moozhwáhgun, (pl. -un).

Sheath; n.i. pinduhoojegun. - (for a knife; pindekoomaun, (pl. -un).

Shed; -wegummig, thus : Cattle-shed; pezhekewegummig.

Shed. It is shed; segesámuhgud, v.i.8. His blood was s.; ke-segesamuhgudene o-misqueem. He s. his (another's) blood. od-oonjegáhtuhmuhwaun omisqueenene.

Sheep; n.a. mahnishtáhnish, mahnuhtanis, (pl. -ug).

Sheep-fold; n.i. mahnishtáhnishe-wegummig. (pl. -oon).

Sheep-skin; n.a. mahnishtáhnishe-wuhyaun.

Sheet; n.i. nebahguneegin, (pl. -un).

Shelf; n.i. tasechegun, tásáhbun, (pl. -un). He puts it on the sh.; (in. an.) o-tasesedoon, o-taseshemaun, v.t.VIII.

Shell; n.a. áys, (pl. -ug). - (pod) okoonaus, (pl. -un).

Shell. He sh it; o-peshuhgéebedoon, -benaun, v.t.VIII., III., (p.c. push-). He sh. a corn-ear, o-gáhkenaun mesáhkoose. Sh. corn; mesahkooze.

Shelter (refuge from the wind or weather); tuhbenóöon, (pl. -un). He makes a sh.; tuhbenóoëga, v.n.2. He sh. himself; tuhbenóoshemoono, v.n.4. He sh. himself from rain; uhguhwáhbahwahso, v.n.4.

Shepherd; n.a. mahnishtáhnishe-wenene, (pl. -wug).

Shew. He s. s.-th.; wáhbunduhewa, v.n.2, (p.c. wuhyah-). He sh. it to him; o-wáhbunduhaun, v.t.I. He sh. it; o-wáhbunduhewánun, -wan, v.t.VI. He sh. (points him, it out); od-enooäun, od-ezhenooáun, v.i.I., VII. He sh. (points it out to him); od-enooühmuhwaun, od-enenuhmaun, v.t.II., I. (p.c. anoo-, ane-). He sh. it to him plainly; o-mesáhbunduhaun. It is shewn; wahbunduhewámuhgud.

Shew-bread; n.a. wahbunduhewáwine-buhquázhegun.

Shield; n.i. puhkuhahquan, puhkáhquuhaun, (pl. -un).

Shift. It sh.; quákesin, v.i.5. The wind sh.; quakáhnemud, v.i.7.

Shilling (York); shóoneyauns, (pl. -ug).

Shinbone; n. i. okahdegunuhmah. My s.-bone; ninkáhdegun.

Shine. He, it sh.; wahsayáuse, v.n.3. wahsayáhmuhgud. v.i.8, (p.c. wuhyah-). It sh. (metal); wahsequáhbekud, (-keze) v.i.7. He makes it sh. (metal, stone, &c.); o-wahsequáhbekuhaun (-kahwaun) v.t.VII., v. The The sun or m. sh.; sáhguhta keezis. It sh. forth suddenly; kézhegahtása, v.i.2. His face is shining; wahsäingwa, v.n.2. His clothing is sh.; wahsákoonuhya, v. n..2. The water is sh.; wahsekóogummesin, wahsebeta, v.i.5, 2.

Shingle (for roofing); n.a. uhpuhkoojegun, (pl. -ug), nuhbúggesuhgoons, (pl. -ug). He sh. it (a roof); od-uhpuhkóodoon, v.t.VIII. (p.c. ap-).

Ship; n.i. náhbequaun, (pl. un-).

Ship (put on board). He sh. him, it; o-póoseäun, o-póosetoon, v.t.I., VIII. (p.c. pwaus-). It is shipped; poosejegáuso, -gáhda, v.t.9.

Shipwreck. He suffers s.; peegoonáshin, pegoonuhgeshin, v.n.6, (p.c. pah-). The ship sinks; goosáhbemuhgud nahbequaun.

Ship-wright; n.a. nahbequáunekawenéne, (pl. -wug).

Shirt; n.i. puhpúhgewuhyáun, (pl. -un).

Shiver. He s.; neningujje, v.n.3.

Shoal. There are sh. (breakers, banks); menesenahmekah, menáhmekah, v.t.I. See shallow.

Shocking. There is s. news; kuhgwáhnesuggúkummegud, v.t.7.

Shoe; n.i. múhkesin, (pl. -un); metegwaukesin, (pl. -un). He changes his shoes; aunduhkesena, v.n.2. He has s. on; geguhkesena, v.n.2. He has only one s. on; nuhbunákesena. He has overshoes on; peetookesena. See moccasin.

Shoe-brush; n.i. wahsequaujeëgun.

Shoe-buckle; n.i. suhgukesenábesoon.

Shoemaker; n.a. muhkesineká-wenene, (pl. -wug).

Shoemaker shop; n.i. muhkesineká-wegummig, (pl. -oon).

Shoelace; n.i. muhkesináyaub, (pl. -in).

Shoot (young shoot); n.i. ooshkeegin, (pl. -oon)

Shoot (with a gun), He s.; paushkesoga, v.n.2, (p.c. puhy-). He s. at him, it; o-paushkiswaun, kesaun, v.t.I., VII. He s. in the air; nuhquánuhega, v.n.2, (p.c. naqu-). He s. him in the air (flying); o-nuhquánuhwaun, v.t. He s. at a target or mark; gooduhahqua, v.n.2.

Shoot (with bow and arrows). He s.; pemoojega, v.n.2, (p.c. pam-). He s. at him, it; opemóoäun, o-pemóodaun, v.t.I., VII. He s. at a mark; pemoojega, pemootegwa, v.n.2.

Shoot a rapid. He s. a rapid; nésheboono, v.n.4.

Shop; n.i. -wegummig: c. g., Books.; muhenuhegune-wegummig). See store.

Shore. On the s.; uhguhmíng. Near the s.; cheegebeeg. Along the s; tetebowh On the opposite s.; uhgáhming, áhzhuhwuhgaum. Distant from the s.; náhwich. He walks along the s.; tetebáwa, v.n.2. He paddles his canoe to s.; náhduhgáhmayum, v.n.5. He comes to the s. from the bush; muhdáhbe, v.n.3a. He brings him, it, down to the s.; o-muhdáhbewenaun, -bewedoon, v.t.III., VIII. See land, bring, draw.

Short. He, it, is s.; tuhkoose, v.n.3; tuhquáh, v.i.1, (p.c. ta-); or express by the diminutive ending -ns. It is s. (metal, &c.); tuhquáubekud, -bekeze, v.i.7. It is s. (stuff, &c.); tuhquágud, -ageze, v.i.7. It is s. (string, &c.); tuhquahbéegud, -beegeze, v.i.7. It is s. (wood, &c.); tuhquáhkwud, -kooze, v.i.7. His arm is s.; tuhkooneka. His arms are s.; tuhtuhkooneka. One arm is shorter than the other; nuhbuhná-tuhkooneka, v.n.2. So also hand, foot, leg, &c., substituting ninje, seda, kahda, &c., for neka.

Short-time; úhjenuh, wánebik.

Short-way. He takes the s. way; tuhkúhmishkah, v.n.1. He runs the s. way: tuhkúhmebutto, v.n.4a. He paddles or rows the s. way; tuhkúhmuhum, v.n.5, (p.c. kak-).

Shorten. He s. it; o-tuhquáhtoon, v.t. VIII. He cuts it s; (in. an.) o-tuhquahkwuhaun, o-tuhquahkwahwaun, v. t. VII., v. He saws it s.; (in. an.) o tuhkóoboodoon, o-tuhkóoboonaun, v.t.VIII., Ill.

Shortly; adv. wuhyéebah.

Shot; n. unwinsun, sheshéebunwin.

Shot-pouch; n. i. pinduhsináun. His sh. p. is empty; cháhgunwesin.

Shoulder; n.i. odenemáungunemah. My thy, his sh.; nind-, kid., od-, enemáungun, (pl. un). Between the sh.; náhsuhwedenegun. He lays him it, on his sh.; o-pemenegáhnaun, -gáhdaun, v.t.III., VII. Sh. of an animal; see forequarter.

Shoulder-blade; n.i. My, thy, his sh.-b.; nind-, kid-, od-enegun, (pl. -uh).

Shout. He sh.; pepáhge, v.n.3, (p.c. pap-). He sh. to him; o-pepáhgemaun, v.t.I. He sh. for joy; suhsáhqua, v.n.2, (p.c. sas-).

Shove. He sh. him with his arm; o-peejenikuhwaun, v.t.II., (p.c. pauj-). He sh. it along; o-peejenesetoon, v.t.VIII. See push.

Shovel; n.i. mungáhnebahjegun, (pl. -un). He sh. it; (in. an.) o-mungáhnebahdoon, -bahnaun, v.t.VIII., III. He sh. snow: mungáhnebe, v.n.3a., (p.c. mang.)

Show; n.i. wáhbunduhewáwin. See shew.

Shower. See rain.

Showy. It is sh. suhságáhmuhgud, v.i.8.

Shred; n.i. ishkoozhegun.

Shrewd. See cunning.

Shriek. See scream.

Shrink. It sh. (wood); zheshebáhsuggeso. v.n.4a. (p.c. zhash-).

Shrivelled. See wrinkled.

Shroud, n.i. chebágummigoo-ahgwewin.

Shrub; n.i. kebéens, (pl. -un).

Shrug. He sh. his shoulders; oombenemaungunane, v.n.3a., (p.c. wamb-).

Shudder. He sh.; muhsáhnekah, v.n.1.

Shun. See avoid.

Shut. He sh. it; o-kebáhquuhaun, v.t.VII., (p.c. kab-). He sh. him, it up; o-kebáhquahwaun, o-kebáhquuhaun, v.t.v. VII. He sh. it against him; o-kebáhquuhumuhwaun, mod. C. He, it, is sh. up; kebáhquuhegáuso, -egahdá, v.i.9, See stop up. He sh. his hand; puhtuhgwáhkooninjeene, v.n.3, (p.c. pat-).

Shy (timorous). He is eh.; uhchéenese, shahgwanemooshke, v.n.3, (p.c. ach-). See bashful.

Sick. He is a.; ahkoose, v.n.3, (p.c. uhyah-). He is often s.; netáh-áhkoose. He looks s.; áhkoosenáhgooze, v.n.3. He feels s.; séemese, v.n.3. He has such a sickness; enáhpena, v.n.2. He begins to be s.; máhdáhpena. He is very s. indeed; oosaumena. He suffers greatly; kootuhgahpena. He has a bad s.; máhnáhdahpena. He is made s. by witchcraft; ahnishenahbáwahpena. He falls s. suddenly; pungishkoonaze, v.n.3. it makes him s.; o-mánekahgoon.

Sickle; n.i. kishkushkézhegun, (pl. -un).

Sickness; n.i. áhkoosewin, enáhpenáwin.

Sick-person; p.n.a. uhyáhkoosid, (pl. -jig).

Side. On the s. of the body; opemánah. He lies on his s.; opemáshin, v.n.6. He falls on his s.; opemása, v.n.2. On the s.; opemáuhyee. On this s.; oondáus. On the other s.; uhwúss, thus: On this s. the canoe; oondáusoonug. On the other s. of the mountain; uhwussahjéwh. My, thy, his s. or flank; ne-, ke., pemábigwuhdúy, opemábigwuhdúyun.

Sieve; n.i. sháhbooshkáuchegun, (pl. -un)

Sift. He s.; sháhbooshkauchega, v.n. 2. He s. it; (an. in.) o-shaubooshkahsuhaun, o-sháhbooshkahtoon, v.t.I., VIII. (p.c. shuhyah-).

Sigh; n.i. puhgeduhnáumoowin.

Sigh. He s.; puhgeduhnáumo, v.n.1. He s. deeply; equuhnáumo, v.n.4.

Sight; n.i. wahbewin. He gives him s.; o-wahbeäun, v.t.I. (p.c. wuh-). He loses his s.; mahje-kuhkepingwa, v.n.2. See lose sight of.

Sign; n.i. kéekenuhwaújechegun.

Sign. He s. his name; od-uhnóosoowin od-uhtoon. He puts his mark (touches the pen); meegwun o-táungenaun.

Signify. See mean.

Silence; n.i. sezáunuhyahwin.

Silent. He is s.; pezáunuhyah, v. n.i. He makes him s.; o-pezáunuhbeäun, v.t.I.

Silk; n.a. sanebáh, sanebahwágin. S. for sewing; sanebahwuhsuhbáub.

Silly. He is s.; kuhkebáhdeze, v.n.3.

Silver; n.a. shóoneyah. He silvers it over; o-shooneyahkahdaun, v.t.VII.

Silver; adj. shooneyáhwene-. See metal.

Similar; tebishko.

Simple. See silly, easy, pure.

Simpleton. See fool.

Sin; n.i. pahtáusewin.

Sin. He s.; pahtah-ezhewábeze, v.n.3. He s. in thoughts; pahtah-enandum, v. n. 5. -- in words; pahtah-keezhwa, v.n.2. in actions; pahtah-doodum, v.n.5. He sins against him, it; o-pahtah-dóoduhwaun, opahtah-doodaun, v.t.II., VII. He makes him s.; o-pahtah-ezhewábezeäun, mod. d.

Since; ako, kah-uhkoo, pah-uhkoo.

Sincere. He is s.; quuhyukwándum; v.n.5, (p.c. quay-).

Sincerely; emuh dabwáwining.

Sincerity; n.i. quuhyukwándumoowin.

Sinew; n.i. ojeétuduhmah. My, thy, his sinew; ninjeetud, kejeetud, ojeetud.

Sinful. It is s.; pahtah-ezhewábud, v.i.7.

Sinfulness; n.i. pahtahezhewábezewin.

Sing. He s.; nuhguhmo, v.n.4, (p.c. nag-). He s. it to him; o-nuhguhmóotuhwaun, mod. c. He s. it high; od-ishpwáwatoon, v.t.VIII. He s. it low; o-tahbuswawatoon, v.t.VIII. He mistakes in singing; wuhnuhum, v.n.5. He s. it over to try it; kooje-nuhguhmo. He sings in a canoe passing by; bemuhuhmáuso, v.n.4. See warble.

Singer (male); n.i. nuhguhmówenene, (pl. -wug). - -(female); nuhguhmówequa, (pl. -g).

Singing; n.i. nuhguhmoowin.

Single. A single one; pazhig atuh. He is s. (unmarried); ooshkenége, v.n.3; nezhéke uhyáh, v.n.1.

Sink. He s. to the bottons; goosáhbe, v.n.3a; (p.c. gwas-). It s.; goosáhbemuhgud, v.i.8. He s. in the snow, swamp, or sand, walking; náhwuhum, v.n.5. He s. in the mud; gwúhnuhgoocheeshkewása, v.n.2. It sinks in the ground; gindáhkummigíshkah, v.i.1. He s. it in the ground; o-gindáhkummiguhaun, v.t.VII. It (a vessel sinks deep in the water (being overloaded); gindáushkah, v.i.1. He s. in the snow; gindahyahgoonasa.

Sinner; p.n.a. puhyahtáh.ezhewábezid, (pl. -jig).

Sioux Indian; n.a. bwaun, (pl. -ug).

Sip. He s. it; od-oodoonándaun, v.t.VII.

Sir; wagemáhweyun, nindoogemaum.

Sister, n.a. My, thy. his s.; nindahwámah, kidahwámah, od-ahwámaun. My, thy, his older s.; nemissá, kemissa, omissáyun. My, thy, his younger sister; nesheéma, keshéema, o-sheemáyn.

Sister-in-law; n.a. My, thy, his s.-in-l., (a male speaking); nenim, kenim, weenemoon. -(a female speaking); nindáungwa, kedáungwa, odáungwayun.

Sit. He sits (sits down); nuhmúhduhbe, v.n.3, (p.c. nam-). He s. on the gr.; metúhbe. He s. upon; uhpúhbe. He s. upon it; od-uhpúhbin, v.t.VI. He s. comfortably; minwúhbe. He s. uncomfortably; máhnuhbe. He s. elsewhere; áunduhbe. He s. in a certain place; dunúhbe. He s. first, foremost; neegaúnuhbe. He s. last; ishquábe. He s. up straight; muhyahwuhbe. He s. such a time; noomuhgabe. He s. with his arms down; shingenekabe. He s. with crossed arms; ahzhedánekábe. He s. with crossed legs; ahzhedágahdábe: all v.n.3. He makes him s. down; onuhmúhduhbeäun, mod. d. We s. around; ke-kewetuhbemin, v.n.3 pl. We s. in a semi-circle; ke-wáuguhnuhbemin, v.n.3 pl. We s. in a row; ke-nebedabemin. We s. close together; ke-séenduhbemin. He s. with him; o-weeduhbemaun, v.t.I., (p.c. wah-). He s. by his side; o-náhmuhduhbetuhwaun, v.t.n. He seats himself nearer to him; o-pe-ezhe-gekuhbetuhwaun, v.t.n.

Sit up. He s. up at night; nebánuhbe, v.n.3. He s. up watching a corpse; nebáhe, v.n.3, (p.c. nab-).

Site (of a proposed building); ka-duhzhe-ahtág.

Situation. See position.

Six; ningodwáuswe. In compos. ningodwáuso-: (e.g., handfuls, breadths, bagsful, &c., which see). S. times or the sixth time; ningodwáuching. Sixth or sixthly; ako-ningodwauching. Six each, or six every time; naningodwáuching. We are s.; keningodwáuchemin, mod- B. There are s. th.; ningodwáuchenoon. It is six o'clock ningodwausotebúheguná, v.i.2, (p.c. nango-).

Six hundred; ningodwáuswauk.

Six thousand; ningodwáuching medáuswauk.

Sixteen; medáuswe 'zhe ningodwáuswe.

Sixteenth; ako 'zhe ningodwáuching.

Sixty; ningowáuswe - méduhnuh. See forty.

Size (extent); aquaug, (pl. -in). It is of such a s.; enégookwáh, v.i.1. He is of such a s.; enégeno, v.n.3. It is of such a s. (metal, &c.); enegookwáubekud, v.t.7. - (stuff, &c.); enegookwahbéegud. He, it appears to be of such a s.; enegookwáhbuhmenáhgooze, -gwud, v.i.10, (p.c. ane-).

Skate; n.i. zhooshkwáhduhuhgun, (pl. -un). He sk.; zhooshkwáhduha, v.n.2.

Skein. A sk.; ningotoonsebeda.

Skeleton; n.i. cheebúhogun, (pl. -un).

Sketch. He ak it o-muhzenebeäun,

Skilful. He is sk.; wahweengáse, v.n.3.

Skillully; wahweenga.

Skill; n.i. wahweengazewin. He makes it with sk.; o-wahweengatoon, v.t. VIII., (p.c. waw-).

Skim. He sk. it; o-bemuhaun, v.i.VII.

Skin (human), n.a. My, thy, his s. ninzhuhgúhuhye, ke -zhuhgúhuhye, o - zhuhgúhuhyun. In compos., ahzha. His s. is black, yellow, &c.; muhkuhdáwahzhá, osuhwahzha, &c., v.n.2. His s. is dirty; móowejewahzhá. is hairy; -mesáhbahzha. - is soft; nóokahzhá. - is in pain; wéesuhgahzha. - peels off; benuhgezhashkah, v.n.1. the skin of his lips peels off, benuhgedoonashkah. (So also hands, face, &c., substituting ngwa, ninjee, for doone).

Skin of an animal; n.a. ahwásewuhyáun, (pl. -ug). In compos., -wuhyáun, (pl. -ug). Large skin of hide; uhyáun, (pl. -ug); Large skin or hide; n.i. -wágin, -oon). Skin of a male; uhyahbáwuhyáun, (pl. -ug); or (hide), uhyahbáwágin, (pl. -oon). S. of a female; noozháwujyáun, (pl. -ug); or (hide), noozháwágin, (pl. -oon). S. without the hair; pushquahwázhegun, (pl. -un). Green s.; ushkuhtúy, (pl. -ug). Green hide; ushkeégin, (pl. -oon). Dry s. gauskuhtúy, gauskeegin. See fur.

Skin (flay). He s.; puhkoonega. v.n.2, (p.c. pak-). He s. him; o-puhkoonaun, v.t.I. (p.c. pak-). See scrape, tan.

Skip. He s.; kwahkwáushkoone, v.n.2.

Skirt. See gown, petticoat.

Skull; n.i. wezhegun, (pl. -un), My, thy, his s.; ne-, ke-, we-nindibágun.

Skunk; n.a. zhegáug, (pl. -wug).

Sky; n.i. kéezhig. Up in the sky; keezhegooisg. The sky is blue; mezháhkwud, v.i.7. -- red; misquáhwud.

Sky blue; adj. mezháshkwudoong enaundag.

Slab; n.a. zhegepoojegun, (pl. -ug).

Slacken. He s. it; o-nashungahbegenaun, v.t.VII. (p.c. nishya.); o-puhgedenaun, v.t.VII. See let go.

Slander; n.i. duhzhindewin.

Slander. He s. duhzhinga, mujjeduhzhinga. v.n.4, (p.c. dazh-). He s. him; o-mujje-duhzhemaun, v.t.I.; o-mujje-wahweenaun, v.t.III.

Slanting. It lies s.; bemejessin, v.i.5.

Slap. He s. him; o-puhketáwaun, v.t.V.; o-nuhbúhguskeninjetuhwaun, v.t.II. (p.c. pak-, nab-). See buffet.

Slate; n.a. ozhebéëguhne-uhsín, (pl. -eeg).

Slaughter. See kill.

Slave; n.a. ahwahkáun, (pl. -ug). He is a s.; ahwahkaunewe, v.n.3, (p.c. aw-). Male s.; ahbáunene, (pl. -wug). Female s.; ahbáunequa, (pl. -g).

Slavery; n.i. ahwahkaunewewin.

Sleep; n.i. nebáhwin.

Sleep. He s.; nebáh, v.n.1, (p.c. nab-). He s. profoundly; nesíngwum, v.n.5. He s. too much; osáumingwum. He s. with his eyes open; uhyenáhbingwum. He s. with his mouth open; táhwuhnoongwum. He s. softly; zhéebingwuhshe, v.n.3. He walks in his s.; wuhningwuhshe. He s. with him; o-wéepamaun, v.t.I. We s. together; keweepándemin, mod. E. We s. in a row; kenebedángwumin, v.n.5. He puts him to s.; o-nebaäun, v.t.I.

Sleepy. He is s.; kékepingwushe, v.n.3, (p.c. kauk-). He is a sl.-headed fellow; -nebaushke, mod. A.

Sleeve; n.i. nahgwúy, (pl. -un).

Sleigh; n.a. odáhbaun, (pl. -ug). See cart, wood.

Slender. See thin.

Slice. A s. (of meat, &c.); ningotóonezhegun. Two s.; neezhonezhegun, &c.

Slide. He s. on the ice; pemebooso, v.n.4, (p.c. pame-). He s. fast; kezheébooso. He s. down; nesébooso, v.n. 2. He s. down the hill; zhooshkwahjewa, v.n.2. He s. down on a rope; nesáhbegetah, v.n.1.

Sling; n.i. puhsequápoojegun, (pl. -un). He throws with a sl.; puhsequápoojega, v.n.2

Slip (sl. down). He sl.; ozháhsheshin, v. n, 6, (p.c. wazh-). He sl. on the ice; ozháhshequishin. He sl. on the snow; ozháhshuhgooneshin. He sl. on a stone; ozhahsháhbikeshin. He sl. back; ahzhása, v.n.2.

Slip in. He sl. in; pinjesa, v.n.2, (p.c. paunj-). It sl. in; pinjesamuhgud, v.i.8. His foot sl. in; pinjesedása, (so also leg, hand, &c., substituting -kahda, -ninje, for -seda). He sl. in a hole; bóodubquása. He sl. in the :water; buhkóobesa, v.n.2.

Slippery. It is sl.; ozháhshuhmuhgud, v.i.8.

Slit. See split.

Slobber. He sl.; sikáhwedoon, v.n.6.

Slovenly. See careless.

Slow (siowly); pákah, nuhagauj, seebiskauj. He walks, travels sl.; pásekah, v.n.I, (p..c. puhya-). He is sl. at work; pákah-uhnóoke, puhpágekahdeze, v.n.3a. 3. He is sl. in thoughts or resolutions; pádandum, v.n.5. He is sl. in eating; padunjega, pájesin, v.n.6. He. is sl. to anger; sebiskáujegedáuso, v.n.4.

Sluggard; p.n.a. katemishkid, (pl. -jig), nabaushkid, (pl. -jig). See lazy.

Slumber. See sleep, doze.

Sly. See cunning.

Small. He, it is sm.; uhgáhshe, uhgáhsah, uhgáhsin, v.n.3a, v.i.1, 5, (p.c. agah-). It is sm. (globular object); uhgáhsuhmenuhgud. It is sm. (metal, &c.); uhgahsáhbekud. - (stuff, &c.); uhgahseegud, v.i.7. - (a house or room); uhgáhsuhta, v.i.2. He makes it sm. or smaller; od-uhgahsuhtoon, v.t.VIII. His arm is am,; uhgahsuhneka, v.n.2, (so also hand, leg, &c., substituting -ninge, -kahda, &c., for -neka). See short.

Small; adj, -ans, -ins, or -oons as ending, thus: uhkekoons, a small kettle.

Small-pox; n.i. mahmáhkezewin. He has sm.-p.; mahmáhkeze, v.n.3. His face is m. with sm.-p.; mahmahkingwa, v.n.2.

Smart. See showy, apt.

Smash. See break to pieces.

Smell. He sm. s.-th.; menaunjega, v.n.2, (p.c. man-). He sm. him, it; o-menahmaun, o-menaundaun, v.t.I., VII. He gives him s.-th. to sm.; o-menáunduhaun, v.t.I. He hates the sm. of it; o-shéengemaúndaun. He suffers from the sm. of it; o-kóoduggemaúndaun.

Smell (emit odour). He, it sm.; menáhgooze, menáhgwud, v.n.3, v. 1. 10. It sm. well; menomáhgwud. It sm. bad; máhzhemáhgwud. He sm. thus (is of such an order); ezhemáhgooze, v.n.3. He sm. of liquor; ishkootawabooëmahgooze, v.n.3. It sm. well when burnt; menomahta (-mahso) v.i.2. He sm. of sweat; wéeshuhgomáhgooze, v.n.3.

Smell; n.i. ezhemahgoozewin.

Smelt. See melt.

Smile. He sm.; páupe, v.n.3, see laugh. He has a smiling face; pahpáhpingwa.

Smith. See blacksmith.

Smoke; n.i. puhquána, páushkena. He makes sm.; páushkenuhwa, v.n.2, (p.c. pubyaush-). He makes sm. around him; o-géekuhnahmooswaun, v.t.V., The sm. ascends; oombáhbuhta, v.i.2. The sm. comes from; oondáhbuhta, v.i.2. It sm. (indoors); géekuhnáhmooda, v.i.2, (p.c. gauk-). It is filled with sm.; mooshkenáyahbuhta, v.i.2.

Smoke tobacco. He s.; suhguswáh, v.n.1, (p.c. sag-). We s. together; kesuhguswáëdemin, mod. B. He has nothing to s.; muhnápwah, v.n.1.

Smoke (dry). He s. it; (an. in.) o-gáuskiswaun, o-gáuskesaun, v.t.V., VII. (p.c. guhyau-).

Smoked fish; gáuskeda-keego. He s. fish: gauskeda-kéegoëka, v.n.2.

Smoked meat; n.i. oonáhsegun. He s. meat; oonahsega, v.n.2, (p.c. wa-).

Smoker; p.n.a. ságuswaud, (pl. -jig).

Smoking; n.i. suhguswáhwin. S. in council; suhguswáëdewin.

Smooth (even). It is s.; oonáhbekáhmuhgud, v.i.8, (p.c. wan-). It is s. (metal, &c.); oonáhbekud, (-keze), v.i.7. The rock is s.; shooshquáhnahbekah, v.i.1.

Smoothing-iron; n.i. zhoshquáguhegun, (pl. -un). See iron.

Smother. See suffocate.

Smoulder. It s.; ahtáshkooda, v.i.2.

Snail n.a. pemiskóodese, (pl. -g).

Snake; n.a. kenabig, (pl. -oog). The s. casts its skin; zhegootah, v. n.i. S.-skin; kenábigoozhuhgúy.

Snare; n.i. nuhgwáhgun, (pl. -un), String for a s.; nuhgwáhunáyaub, (pl. -in). He lays snares; nuhgwahguneka. v.n.2, (p.c. nagw-). He catches s.th. in a s; nuhgwáhjega, v.n.2. He catches him, it, in a s.; o-nuhgwáhnaun, o-nuhgwáhdaun, v t. III., VII. He misses or loses him in his s.; o-buhnuhgwáhnaun, v.t.III. He is caught in a s.; nuhgwáuso, v.n.4. He escapes from a s.; buhnuhgwauso. He lays a s. for him to catch him; od-ooneühmuhwaun, v.t.II. (p.c. wan-). See trap.

Snarl, See growl.

Snatch. He s. it from him; o-muhkumaun, v.t.I. He s. it out of his hand; o-kediskeninjebenaun, v.t.III. (p.c. kad-). He s. it first; o-muhkundooshkaun, v.t.VII.

Sneak. He s. about; guhgeemenoosa.

Sneer. He s. at him; o-pahpenodánemaun, v.t.I. (p.c. puhyah-).

Sneeze. He s.; chauchum, v.n.5, (p.c. chuhyah-).

Sniff. He s.; nundoomáunjega, v.n.2.

Snipe; n.a. muhnóomenekáshe, (pl. -yug).

Snivel. He s.; sikahwejáhna, v.n.2.

Snore. He s.; mudwángwum, v.n.5.

Snout. His s. (muzzle); ooshkinzh. It has a small s.; uhgáhsishkinzhe.

Snow; n.i. koon. On the s.; metáhgoonug. There is s.; koonekah, v.i.1. The s. is deep; ishpáhgoonuhgah, v.i.1. The s. is soft; nookáhgoonuhgah. The s. is frozen; kuhwáhgoonuhgah. The s. is crusty; oonáhbunud, v.i.7. The s. is compact; uhsuhnáhgoonuhgah. The s. lowers; muhgwáhgoonashin. The s. falls from the trees; mesunwe, v.i.3. He, it, is covered with s.; ningwuhno, ningwuhnómuhgud, v.n.4a, v.i.8. The s. is drifted in heaps; ishpahjebéwun, v.i.6. He melts s. for water; kezhóobeka, v.n.2.

Snow (it snows); sóogepo, v.i.4, (p.c. swaug-). It begins to s.; máhdepo. The s. is watery; zháhkepo. The s. begins to whiten the ground; péwepo. A s. storm is coming; péedepo. A s. storm is passing; pemepó. It ceases snowing; ishquahpo. It has snowed enough; kéezhepo, v.i.4.

Snow-bird; n.a. waubuhningoose, (pl. -yug).

Snow-blind. He is s. b.; suhsáhkingwa, v.n.2.

Snow-drift. There is a s.-d.; béewun, v.i.6.

Snow-flake. The s.-fl. are large; munguhdápo. - are small; pesepo, v.i.4.

Snow-shoe; n.a. ahgim, (pl. -ug). He walks on sn. -shoes; ahgimoosa, v.n.2, (p.c. uhyah-). He comes along on sn.-sh.; peedahgemoosa, v.n.2. The snow sticks to his sn.-sh.; mesequáhsekuhmah, v. n.i. He walks in snow without sn.-sh.; muhméetuhum, v.n.5. He makes sn.-sh.; áhgimeka, v.n.2. He fills in the lace work of a sn.-sh.; ishkema, ahgim odishkemaun, v.t.I., (p.c. ashk-). Cross-stick of a sn.-sh.; oquik. Sn.-sh. string; uhdemun, (pl. -un). See wood for.

Snub. See insignificant.

Snuff; n.a. ahsámah (as tobacco), pesuhsamah (ground tobacco). He takes sn.; peendahkoojáuna. v.n.2.

Snuff. He sn. the candle; o-kishkunzhákoodaun wahsuhkoonánjegun, v.t.VII., (p.c. kaush-).

Snuff-box; n.i. ahsámah-muhkuk, (pl. -oon).

Snuffers; n.i. kishkunzháhkoojegun.

Snug. It is sn. and warm; kezhooyah, v.i.1, (p.c.. kauzh-).

So. It is so, be it so; me, me suh.

So (thus); ezhe-.

So many; ewh menik. So many objects; dusso, thus : so many globular objects; dussémenug. So many canoes; dussonug. So many bagsful; dussooshkin, see page 23, (p.c. andusso).

Soak. He puts it in water to s.; oduhgwinjetoon (-jemaun), v.t.VIII., I.

Soap; n.i. kesécheguhegun. Soap-suds; keséebeguhegunhboo.

Sob. He s.; nuhshégeda, v. n. 2.

Sober. He is s. (after being drunk); uhnesáhdeze, áhtabe, v.n.3, 3a.

Society. See company.

Sock; n.i. uhzhegun, (pl. -un).

Sodomy; n.i. poojedeyáwin.

Soft. It is s.; (in. an.) nookahdud, onekahdeze. v.i.7, v.n.3. In compos., nooke-, thus, nookedaua, his heart is s.; nookahzha, his skin is s. See supple, metal, stuff.

Soften. He s. it;. (in. an.) o-nooketoon, o-nookeäun, v.t.VIII.. I. (p.c. uwshke-).

Softly; adv. nuhagauj.

Soil; n.i. uhke.

Soil. He s, it; o-wéenetoon, v.t.VIII. it is soiled; weenud, v. 1. 7, (p.c. wah-).

Sojourn. See stay, dwell.

Solace. See console.

Soldier; n.a. shemáhgunish, (pl. -ug).

Sole; n.i. nuhnuhgáhkezid.

Solemn. It is s.; kekahdandáhgwud.

Solicit. He s. (asks for s.-th.); nundootum, nundootumáhga, v.n.5, 2.

Solid. It is s., durable, (metal, &c.); zhebáhbekesin, v. j, 5, (p.c. zhaub-). See strong.

Some; ahnind, punge

Somebody; ahweeyuh.

Something; kago, ningood.

Sometimes; adv. nahningoodenoong.

Somewhat; adv. enewag.

Somewhere; adv. ningooje.

Somnambulism; n.i. wuhningwuhshewin.

Son; n.a. ogwissemah, wagwissemind. My, thy, his s.; ningwis, kegwis, 0gwissun, (pl. -ug). He has a s.; ogwisse, v.n.3. He has him for a s.; od-ogwissemaun, v.t.I., (p.c. wag-). He is had by him for his s. (i.e. he is his s.); od-ogwissemegoon, (pass. of above).

Son-in-law, n.a. My, thy, his s.-in-l.; neningwun, keningwun, oningwunun.

Song; n.i. núhgumoon, núhgumoowin, (pl. -un). S.-book; núhgumnoo-muhzenúhegun.

Soon; adv. wéebah, wuhyéebah. As s. as possible; uhgáhwunuhpee.

Soot; n.i. wenahta, wéenzheda. There is s.; weenzheda, v.i.2, (p.c. waun-).

Soothe. See console, calm.

Soothsayer; n.a. cheesuhkéewenene, (pl. -wug). He practises soothsaying; chéesuhkee, v.n.3a.

Sorcerer; n.a. wahbunoo-wenene, (pl. -wug). He is a s.; wáhbunoowe, v.n. 3.

Sorcery; n.i. wahbunóowewin.

Sore. It is s. (it hurts him); od-ahkoosin, v.t.VI.

Sorrow; n.i. kushkándumoowin. S. of heart; kushkándumedaáwin.

Sorrowful. He is s.; kesahdándum, nahnéeduhwándum, v.n.5, (p.c. kas., mam-). See sad, afflicted.

Sorry. He is s.; kushkándum, v.n.5, (p.c. kashk-). See repent.

Sort. This s.; (man.) oo-oo denoo. That s.; ewh denoo, (pl. -wun). This s.; (anim.) wah owh doowah. That s.; owh doowah, (pl. -g): e.g., Boxes like these; onoo denoowun muhkukoon. Wise men like thee; keen doowaug nabwahkahjig. See kind.

Soul; n.a. ojechaugoomah. My, thy, his s.; ninjechaug, kejechaug, (pl. -wug); ojecháugwun. He has a soul; ojechaugo, v.n.3, (p.c. waje-).

Sound; n.i. muhdwawawin.

Sound. It s.; mudwáwa, inwámuhgud, v.i.2, 8, (p.c. mad-, anw-). it s. (rings); mudwásin, v.i.5. It s. (metal, &c.); mudwayáhbekesin, v.i.5. It s. hollow; wimbwáwamuhgud, v.i.8. It s. loud; kezhewámuhgud, c. 8. He makes it s.; o-mudwásetoon, v.t.VIII. He makes it s. (metal, &c.); o-mudwayáhbekuhaun, v.t.VII.

Sound (try the depth). He s. it with a line; o-kuhgwáhdahkáhdaun, v.t.VII. He s. with a pole; kuhgwáduhkeëga, v.n.2.

Sounding lead; n.i. kooduhkeëgun, kuhgwaduhkáujegun.

Soundly (strongly); adv. kezheezháh.

Soup; n.i. nahbóob.

Sour. It is s.; shéewun, v.i.6, (p.c. zhah.); (an.) sheeweze, v.n.3. He makes it s.; oshéewetoon, v.t.VIII.

Source. See spring, origin.

South; n.i. sháhwun. In, to, or from the s.; sháhwunoong. The clouds come from the s.; sháhwunuhquud, v.i.7. The ram comes from the s.; shhwunebesah, v.t.I, (p.c. shuhyah-). It thunders in the s.; sháhwunuhumoog ahnemekeeg).

South-wind; sháhwune-noodin.

Southerly; sháhwune-.

Southward; sháhwunoong enukukáyah.

Souvenir; n.i. mequánjegun.

Sow; n.a. noozhá-kookóosh, (pl. -ug).

Sow. He s.; ketega, puhgedenega, v.n.2, (p.c. kat-, pag-). He s. it; o-ketegáhdaun, oketegáhnaun, v.t.VII., III. He s. seed broadcast; o-suswawábenaun menekaun, v.t.(p.c. sasw-). It is sown; ketegáhda, puhgedenegáhda, v.i.2.

Space (between two houses); nesahwegummig. See room.

Spade; n.i. nebuhgahbik, or, kwaubundahwunguhegun, (pl. -un).

Span. So many spans; duswawaun, duswahkwoühgun.

Spaniard; n.a. ashpúhyo, (pl. -yug).

Spare (save). He s. him, it, o-muhnáhjeäun, o-muhnáhjetoon, v.t.I., VIII. (p.c. man-).

Spark. The s. fly; puhpúkunzha, v.i.2.

Sparkle. It s. (metal, &c.); wáhsequáhbekud, v. i 7, (p.c. wuhyah-)

Sparrow-hawk; n.a. kákak, (pl. -wug).

Spasm, or cramp. He has sp.; ójepenego, v.n.4, (p.c. waje-). He has sp. in the arm, heart, &c.; ojenekápenego, ojedaäpenego, (so also, hand, foot; &c., substituting ninje, seda, &c., for neka, daä).

Spatula (for stirring); gushkukooquáëgun, (pl. -un).

Spawn (of fish or frogs); wauk, (pl. -wug). The fish is spawning; uhmée keego, v.n.3a., (p.c. am-).

Speak. He sp.; keekedo, v.n.4, (p.c. kahk.), keezhwa, v.n.2, (p.c. kauzh-). He sp. well; netah-keekedo. He sp. to him, it; o-guhnóonaun, oguhnóodaun, v.t.III., VII., (p.c. gan-). He sp. for him (pleads); o-guhnóoduhmuhwaun, mod. c. He sp. for himself; guhnooduhmáhdezo, mod. A. He sp. of him, it; o-debáhjemaun, o-debáhdoodaun, v.t.I., VII., (p.c. tab-). He sp. ill of him, it; o-duhzhemaun, o-duhzhindaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. dazh-). We sp. ill of one another; keduhzhindemin, mod. B. He sp. from a place; oondwáwedum, v.n.5. He sp. in a place; dunwáwedum, v.n.5. Speak, in compos. : (1) -keezhwa; (2) -tahgooze; (3) -wa; (4) wedum. Thus, (1) -keezhwa: He sp. angrily; nishkauje-keezhwa. - lasciviously; pezhigwáuje-keezhwa. - evil; mujje-keezhwa. - sinfully; pahtah-keezhwa. - energetically; mushkuhwekeezhwa. (2) -tahgooze : He sp. indistinctly; maunetahgoze, maunzhetáhgooze. - lascivously; weene-tahgooze. -noisily; oojahnemetihgooze. - plainly; puhguketáhgooze. -right; qúuhyukootáhgooze. -stupidly; kóopuhsetáhgooze. - through his nose; kuhkebejáhnatáhgooze. - to excite fear; ságetáhgooze. to excite pity; ketemahgetahgooze. - to excite sorrow; wuhsetáhwetáhgooze. - wisely; nebwahkahtahgooze. --absurdly; kuhkebahsetahgooze. (3) -wa (contracted from inwa, language): He sp. in a high tone; ishpowa, v.n.2. - in a low tone; pakahdowa. -- plainly; puhgukoowa. - loud; kezhewa. right; quukyukoowa. --- sinfully; páhtahwa. - strangely; muhyúgwa. He ceases speaking; ishquahwa. (4) -wedum; He speaks in such a place; dunwáwedum, v.n.5. - noisily; ojahnémwawedum. He is heard speaking as he passes; pimwáwedum. The above are all neuter verbs; many of them may be made trans. by changing keezhwa, tahgooze into guhnoonaun or debahjemaun, thus : He sp. angrily to him; enishkauje-guhnoonaun. lascivously to him; o-pezhe-gwáuje-guhnóonaun. -- sinfully of him; o- pahtahdebáhjemaun: -- of it; o-pahtáhdebahdooclaun, v.t.I., VII. Some verbs are formed variously, thus He sp. ill of him behind his back; puhgwuhnomaun, v.t.I. He sp. too much of him; od-osaumóodumaun. He sp. confidentially to him; o-nuhnáhpemaun. He does not dare sp. to him; o-muhnahsoomaun. See talk.

Speaker; n.a. keekedo-wenéne, (pl. -wug).

Speaking; n.i. keekedoowin, keezhwawin, or affix -win to any of the foregoing neuter verbs.

Spear; n.i. uhnit, (pl. -in). S. handle uhnityauk, (pl. -oon).

Spear. He s. him, it; o-buhzhebáhwaun, o-buhzhebuhaun, v.t.V., VII. He, it, is speared; buhzhebuhgáuso-gáhda, v.i.9, (p.c. bazh-).

Spear fish, He s. f.; uhquahwah, v.n. I. -- by torchlight; wáuswah, v.n.1. - in daytime; undoowah.

Special (specially); máminduhga.

Species. See kind, sort.

Specify. He specifies it; o-wéendaun, v.t.VII.

Speck. See spot.

Speckled. It is s.; ketugéegud, v.i.7.

Spectacles; n.i. ooshkinzhegookáhjegun. He wears s.; ooshkinzhegookahjega, v. 2, (p.c. wash-).

Spectator; n.a. wuhyáhbungad, (pl. -jig).

Spectre; n.a. chéebuy, (pl. -ug).

Speech; n.i. kéekedoowin, ahnemetáhgoozewin. He makes a s. (harangues); kéekedo, ahnemetáhgooze, v.n.4, 3, (p.c. kah-, uhyah-).

Speed; n.i. duhdúhtuhbewin. See hasten.

Spell. Use the English word.

Spend (use up). He sp.; cháhgenega, v. n. 2, (p.c. chuhyah-). He s. it all; o-cháhgenaun, v.t.I., VII

Spend (pass). He s. the day there; duzhekezhegudene, v.n.3. - the night; duzhetehikgudene, v.n.3. (p.c. anduh-). See autumn, winter, &c.

Spendthrift. He is a s.; cháhgenegáshke, mod. a. (p.c. chuhyah-).

Spent (used up). It is all s.; chahgesa, v.i.2.

Sphere. See globular.

Spice; manopoogwuk dagwúnduming.

Spider; n.a. uhsúhbekashee, (pl. -yug). Spider's web; uhsúhbekashéwuhsúb, (pl. -eeg).

Spike; n.i. keche-suhgúhegun, (pl. -un).

Spill. He s. s.-th.; segwábenega, v.n.2, (p.c. sahgw-). He s. it; o-seegwabenaun, v.t.I., VII. It is s.; seegwabenegáhda (either dry or liquid objects).

Spin. He spins; pemetaëga. He spins at the wheel; kushkuhtáëga, v.n.2, (p.c. kash-) It spins (turns round); pemetaegamuhgnd, kushkuhtaëgámuhgud.

Spine. See backbone.

Spinning; n.i. pemetaëgawin, kushkuhtaëgáwin.

Spinning-wheel; n.i. pemetaëgun, kushkuhtáëgun.

Spinster; n.a. ooshkenégequa, (pl. -g).

Spire; n.i. wuhnuhkoowin. It has a s.; wuhnuhkoowewun, v.i.6.

Spirit; n.a. muhnedoo, (pl. -g). He is a s.; muhnedoowe, v.n.3, (p.c. man-) Unclean s.; wáhnezid muhnedoo. His s. (soul); ojechaugwun. Spirit (ghost) cheebuy. The (Holy) Spirit; owh keeche Ojechaug.

Spirits (fire-water); ishkootá-wahbo.

Spiritual. He is s.; okeekishkuhwaun enewh keche Ojechaugwun, (lit., He is possessed of the Spirit), v.t.II.

Spiritual; adj. ojechaugoowine-.

Spit. He s. sikó, v.n.4, (p.c. sak-). He s. on him, it; o-sikwahnaun, o-sikwahdaun, v.t.III., VII. He s. in his face; o-sikwahningwingwáwaun, v.n.He s. it out; o-sikwahdaun, v.t.VII. o-sáhgejesekwahdaun, v.t.VII. He s. water; siswaunjega, v.n.2, (p.c. sas-). He s. water on him (as Indiains do to a person fainting); o-siswahmaun, v.t.I. --- on his face; o-siswahminwánaun, v.t.I.

Spit (for roasting); uhbwáhnauk, (pl. -oon). He puts it on a sp.; (an. in.) od-oonuhkáhquahwaun, od-oonuhkahquuhaun, v.t.V., VII.

Spite; n.i. mujjedaäwin.

Spiteful. He is sp.; mujjedaä, v.n.2, sheengandáhgooze, v.n.3.

Spite (in sp. of); ketwán,

Spittle; n.i. sikowahgun. See slobber.

Spittoon; n.i. sikowene-muhkuk.

Spleen; n.i. wees.

Splendid. Se, beautiful, magnificent, showy.

Splinter (in the hand or foot); n.i. gegáhtegwun, (pl. -un). He draws out a sp.; gegáhtegwa; v.n.2. He gets a sp. in his hand: zhágooninjejin, v.n.6. - in his foot; zhagoosedajin. - under his nail; zhagooshkunzhejin. - in any part of the body; zhágoosuhgwajin, v.n.6, (p.c. zhuhya-).

Split (slit, crack) in the skin; kepesewun.

Split. He sp. wood; taushkeguhega, v.n.2, (p.c. tuhyaush-). He sp. it (an. in.) o-taushkegahwaun, o-taushkeguhaun, v.t.V., VII. He sp. wood for fuel; peseguhesa, v.n.2. He sp. it up small; o-peseguhaun, v.t.VII - He sp it with his teeth; (an. in.) o-taushkuhmaun, o-taushkundaun, v.t.I., VII. It is sp.; taushkekahmuhgud, v.i.8. - (rock, metal. &c.) taushkáhbekud, (-keze.) v.i.7.

Spoil. He sp. it; o-buhnáhjetoon, o-meshetoon, v.t.VIII., (p.c. ban-, ma-). He sp. it (handling it); o-neseehebenaun, v.t.VII., (p.c. nas-). He sp. him (over-indulging); o-tasenuhwaun, v.t.II., (p.c. tuhya-), see damage. It sp. (goes bad) in. an. sahtasin, sahtashin, v.i.5, v.n.6, (p.c. suhyah-). It sp. (liquid) : uhzháhgummesin, v.i.5. It is spoiled; buhnáhdud, v.i.7, (p.c. ba-).

Spoken of. He, it is sp. of; wahweenjegauso, -gahda, v.i.9, (p.c. wuhy-). He, it is sp. ill of (duhzhinjegáuso, -gahda, v.i.9, (p.c. dazh-).

Spokesman; p.n.a. ganooduhmáhgud.

Sponge; n.a. ishkuhebaun, (pl. -ug). He dries it up with a sp.; od-ishkuhebahdaun, v. t VII., (p.c. ask-).

Sponsor; p.n.a. nahbuhwetáhgad. (pl. -jig), lit. one who stands for another) He is my, thy, his sp.; neneebuhwetang, keneebuhwetaug, oneebuhwetaugoon, (parts of the verb neebuhwetuhwaun, v.t.II.). He is sp.; neebuhwetáhga, v.n.2, or tuhkoonuhwauso, v.n.4, (lit., he takes a child in his arms). He stands sp. for him; o-neebuhwetuhwaun, v.t.II.

Spontaneously (naturally, unprovoked, of one's own accord); penésekah, (in compos. péneshe-). It grows sp.; péneshegemuhgud, v.i.8.

Spool (of cotton); n.i. pekoojun, (pl. -un).

Spoon; n.i. ámequaun, (pl. -un). A sp.-ful; ningootámequaun.

Spoon-bill; n.a. zhada, (pl. -g).

Sport (hunting); n.i. keeöosáwin.

Sportsman; p.n.a. kahöosad, (pl. -jig).

Spot; n.i. ketuhgezewin, (pl. -un).

Spot. He s. (dots it over); (an. in.) o-ketuhgeäun, -getoon, v.t.I., VIII.

Spotted. He, it, is s.; ketuhgeze, v.n.3; ketuhgezemuhgud, v.i.8, (p.c. kat-).

Spotted; adj. ketuhge-.

Spout. S. for maple sap to run; see maple.

Sprain. He s. his (another's) foot by pulling; o-páhkesedábenaun, v.t.I. He s. his own foot by pulling; pahkesedábenédezo, mod. A. (So also hand, arm &c., substituting ninje, neka, &c., for seda; or, use swollen.)

Spray (small branch); See cedar, fir.

Spray. See foam.

Spread (increase). It s.; mahjeeshkah, v.i.1, (p.c. muhy-): e.g., Religion spreads; mahjeeshkah ewh ahnuhmeäwin. He makes it s.; o-mahjeesiskaun, v.t.VII.

Spread out. He s. it out flat; o-tásenaun, v. t VII. (p.c. tuhya-). He s. it out with his hands; oduzhwágenaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. dazh-). He s. it out on the ground or floor; (an. in.) oduzhwágeshemaun, o-duzhwágesetoon, v.t.I., VIII. He s. it out (hanging it up); o-duzhwaguhgoonaun, -goodoon, v.t.III., VIII. He s. (expands it); (an. in.) o-zhéebuhdahwaun, o-zhébuhduhaun, v.t.V., VII. See strew, stretch, scatter.

Spring; n.i. séegwun, menókumme. In s.; seegwung. Last s.; seegwunoong. Next s.; pahnemah seegwung. The s. before last; uhwúss-séegwunoong. He spends the s. there; séegwunishe, v.n.3, (p.c. sah-). He spends the s. with him; o-weejeseegwuníshemaun, v.t.I. (p.c. wauj-).

Spring (fountain); n.i. móokejewunebeeg, (pl. -oon); tuhkíb, (pl. -in).

Spring. The water s. forth; móokejewun nebe, v.i.6, (p.c. nswah-).

Spring-water; n.i. tuhkib.

Spring. See jump.

Sprinkle (scatter). He s, it o-suswawábenaun, v.t.VII., I. (p.c. sas-) - with water; o-suswábeguhúnduhwaun, o-suswábeguhúndaun, v.t.II., VII. He spr. water; suswábeguhunjega, v.n.2, (p.c. sas-).

Sprout. It sprouts; sáhgaunwe, v.n.3, v.i.3.

Spruce; n.a. shingoob, (pl. -eeg).

Spruce-beer; n.i. shingoobahbo.

Spur; n.i. puhduhkishkahjegun, puhtukemoojekáhjegun, (pl. -un).

Spurious. It is s.; wuhyazhingamuhgud, wuhyazhingandáhgwud, v.i.10, (p.c. way-).

Spy; n.a. nanduhwáhtood, (pl. -jig).

Spy out. He s. out; nunduhwahtoo, v.n.4a, (p.c. nand-). He s. it out; o- nunduhwahtoon.

Spy-glass; n.i. zhebuhyáhbunjegun. He look at him, it, through a s.-g.; o-zhébuhyáhbumaun, -bundaun, v.t.I., VII.

Squall. There is a s. coming; keche-pedáhnemud, v.i.7, (p.c. kach-).

Squander. See waste, spendthrift.

Square. It is s.; zháhshuhwáyah, v.i.1; kukukáhmuhgud, v.i.8. It is s. (stuff, &c.); kuhkukéegud, v.i.7.

Square timber. He sq. timber; chéegeguhega, v.n.2, (p.c. chaug-). He sq. it; (in. an.) ochéegegahwaun, o-chéegeguhaun, v.t.V., VII. (p.c. chaug-).

Squared log; cheegeguhegun, or uhshuhwaguhegun.

Squash. See pumpkin.

Squat. He sq. (sits cowering); neemesuhbe, v.n.3, (p.c. naum-).

Squaw; n.a. uhnishenáhbequa, (pl. -g).

Squeamish. See nausea.

Squeeze. He s. it; (in. an.) o-pémebegenaun, o-zekoohegenaun, v.t.VII., 1. (p.c. pah-). He s. his finger in s.-th.; tuhquahkooninjishkooso, v.n.4, (p.c. taqu-). See twist.

Squint. He s.; owuhchechahbe, uhwuhsáube, v.n.3.

Squirrel; n.a. ahjíduhmo, (pl. -g). Black s.; uhsunnuhgoo, mesahnig, (pl. -oog). Flying s.; zhahgushkáunduhwa, (pl. -g).

Stab. He s. him, it; o-buhzhebáhwáun, o-buhzhebuhaun, v.t.V., VII. He is stabbed; zhéebuhgáuso, v.n.4,. (p.c. zhah-). His arm is s.; zheebuhnekázhegáuso. So also hand, foot, &c., substituting ninje, seda, &c., for neka.

Stable. See shed.

Staff; n.i. suhkuhóon, (pl. -un).

Stag; n.a. omushkoos, (pl. -oog). S.. hide; omushkooswágin, (pl. -oon). S.-horn; omushkooswáshkun, (pl. -un).

Stagger. He s.; kooshquása, v.n.2.

Stain. See soil, dye.

Stairs. Same as ladder.

Stake. He puts it at s.; od-ahchegan, v.t.VI. (p.c. ache-). See pole, stick.

Stakes; n.i. ahchegáwin.

Stalk; -ushk as end syllable, thus: S. of wheat; buhquázhegunushk. Pea-a.; uhnejéeminushk, (pl. -oon).

Stallion; n.a. nahba-papazhegóonguhzhe, (pl. -g).

Stammer. He s.; guhgéebahnahgusqua, v.n.2, (p.c. gag-). See mumble.

Stamp. He s. (with the foot); tungíshkega, v.n.2, (p.c. tang). He s. corn, &c.; pootáhga, v.n.2, (p.c. pwa-). He s. it; (its. an.) o-pootáhgahdaun, o-pootáhgahnaun, v.t.VII., III. See pound.

Stanch. He s. it; o-kebetoon, v.t.VIII.

Stand. He s.; néebuhwe, gáhbuhwe, v.n.3, (p.c. nahb-, guhyah-). In compos., -gahbuhwe, thus: He stands firm; soongegáhbuhwe. - first; netumegáhbuhwe. - last; ishquagahbuhwe. - still; noogegahbuhwe. He comes and stands before him; o-náhjegahbuhwetuhwaun, v.t.II. He s. with him; oweejegahbuhwetuhwaun. We stand close together; ke-sinje-gahbuhwemin, v.n.3, pl. (p.c. saunje-). We s. round him in a circle; kekéwetuhgáhbuhwetuhwáhnaun, v.t.II. pl. We s. round him in a semicircle; ke-wáuguhnuhgáhbuhwetuhwáhnaun. We s. in a line; kenebedagáhbuhwemin, v.n.3, pl. We s. about round; ke-peme-gáhbuhwemin. He makes him, it, stand; o-neebuhweäun, o-neebuhwetoon, v.t.I., VIII. It s. high (an animal); ishpegáhbuhwe, v.n.3. It s. up (erected); puhtáhkeda (-so), v.i.2.

Star; n.a. ahnúng, (pl. -oog). The s. is shining; wáhsanahgooshkah ahnúng, v.i.1.

Starch; n.i. mushkuhwáuchegun. He s. it; o-mushkuhwahtoon, v.t.VIII.

Stare. See gaze.

Starling; n.a. ahsegenáuk, (pl. -wug).

Start. He s. (starts back); kooshkookáh, v.n.1, (p.c. kwash-). He s. up suddenly; kooshkoosá, v.n.2. He starts off (departs); máhjah, v.n.1. He s. off in a boat or canoe; máhjeö, v.n.4. He starts first; néegaunishkah, v.n.1.

Starting-point; p.n.i. wanje-mahjaung.

Starve. He is starving; áhpeche puhkuhdá, v.n.2, (p.c. uhyaup-). He st. to death; guhwuhnaúndum, v.n.5. He st. him to death; o-guhwuhnáundumeäun, mod. d., (p.c. gaw-).

State. He st. (says); ekedó, v.n.4. He st. (tells about it); o-tebáhdoodaun, v.t.VII. He gives a true statement; quuhyukwáhjemo, v.n.4.

Statue. Same as image.

Statute. See law.

Stature; n.i. uhkóosewin. See tall.

Stay (sojourn). He st.; uhpéeduhneze, v.n.3, (p.c. ap-). He st. about at different places; pahpah-uhyindäh, v.n.1, (p.c. pap-). He st. all winter, &c.; see winter &c. He st. with him or near him; o-wáhkahekuhwaun, v.t.n. (p. c. wuhyah-). He s. (won't go); kejéekauso, v.n.4, (p.c. kaj-).

Steadfast. See constant.

Steady. See safe, sober, behave well.

Steal. He st.; keemóode, v.n.3, (p.c. ka-). He st. him, it; o-keemóodenun, o-keemóodin, v.t.VI. He st. it from him; okeem6odemaun, v.t.I. See theft.

Stealthily; keemooj, keemoode., keme-.

Steam (as smoke); puhquana.

Steam-bath (Indian fashion); uhbahbuhsoowin, mahdóodesoon. He takes a s. b.; uhbahbuhsoo, mahdóodo, v.n.4a.

Steam-boat; n.i. ishkoota-nahbequaun, (pl. -un), (fire boat).

Steam-engine (locomotive); ishkootaodáhbaun, (pl. -ug), (fire-sleigh).

Steam saw-mill; ishkoota-taushkepoojegun.

Steel; n.i. muhnedoopewáhbik.

Steep. It is st.; kishkáhkummigah, n.i. 1, (p.c. kaush-). There is a very at. hill; kishkudenah, v.i.1 (p.c. kaush-). There is a st. cliff (no beach); kishkáhbekah, v.i.1.

Steeple. Same as spire.

Steer. See ox.

Steer. He st.; oodáhka, áhdeqoaüm, v.n.2, 5, (p.c. wad-, uhyah-). He st. it; od-oodáhkan, od-oodahkahdaun, v.t.VI., VII. He st. it for a certain point; od-eneqoáäun, v.t.VII, (p.c. ane-).

Stem. See stalk.

Stench; n.i. máunzhemáhgoozewin.

Step. He st. (treads); tuhkooke, v.n.3a, (In compos., -gáhbuhwe, see stand). He st. aside; ekoogáhbohwe, v.n.3. He st. aside (out of the road); pahkagáhbuhwe. He st. aside for him to pass; o-pahkágahbuhwétuhwaun, v.n.He st. back; ahzhágahbuhwe. He st. over a log; pemáunduhwa.

Step-daughter, My; nindóshemequam, (pl. -ug).

Step-father, My; nemeshóoma, (pl. -yog). Step-mother, My; oenooshá. (pl. -yug).

Step-son, My; nindózhim, (pl. -ug).

Stern. See severe, helm.

Stew. He st. it; (an. in.) o-gebóoswaun, o-gehoosáun, v.t.V., VII., (p.c. gab-). See roast.

Steward; n.a. guhnohwanjegáwenene, (pl. -wug). He is s.; o-gohnuhwandaun wegewaum. He is his s.; o-guhnuhwándumuhwaun o-wegewaumene. See ambassador.

Stick; n.a. metigoons, (pl. -ug). See staff.

Stick (adhere). He, it st.; uhgooka, v.n.2, uhgóogin, v.t.5. It st. to it; uhgóokoosin, v.i.5, (p.c. agw-). It st. to the ground; uhgóokummigesin. He st. it to it; od-uhgóogewuhsaun, v.t.VII.

Stick in. He s. it in; (an. in.) o-puhtúkeshemaun, o-puhtúkesedoon, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. pat-). It s. in; (an, in.) puhtúhkeso, v.n.4; puhtúhkeda, v.i.2. He s. it in (throwing it); o-puhtuhkewábenaun, v.t.I., VII. He has it sticking in him; puhtuhkáhkoojin, v.n.6. It s. in his foot; puhtuhkesedájin. (So also hand, leg, &c., substituting ninje, kahda, for seda). He stick it in his foot; puhtuhkesedáödezo, mod. A. He s. it in his (another's) foot; o-puhtuhkesedáwaun, v.t.V, (p.c. pat-).

Stick out. See protrude.

Stick up. He S. it op (erects it); o-puhtúhkedoon (-kenaun), v.t.VIII., III. He makes it stand; o-néebuhwetoon, (see stand). It is stuck up in the ground; puhtúkuhkummigesin, v.t.5.

Sticky. His hands are s.; puhsuhkooninjeene, v.n.3, (p.c. pas-).

Stiff; chéebuhtúhkoo-. His arm is s. chéebuhtúkooneka, v.n.2, (p.c. chaub-). So also hand, leg, &c., substituting ninje, kahda, for neka). It is s. (cloth, &c.) chéebuhchéegod, (-geze), v.i.7.

Stiffen. He s. his bead; múshkuhwequáne, v.n.3, (p.c. mash-).

Stifle. See suffocate.

Still; adv. pesáun, pákah (see silent, quiet). It is s.; pesáunahtá, v.i.2. It is s. (liquid); pesáunuhgummée v.i.3.

Still (yet); adv. kayahbe.

Still (neverthess); adv. méenooch, ahnuhwe, pooch.

Stilts; n.i. metigookáhdun.

Stimulant (medicine); uhyahbesewámuhguk mushkeke.

Sting. It s. him; o-cheesuhmegoon, v.t.II. in. obj. (p.c. pa-).

Stinging-fly; n.a. pingoosh, (pl. -ug).

Stink. He, it s.; maúnzhemáhgooze, v.n.3; maúnzhemáhgwud, v.i.10, (p.c. muhyaunzh-). It stinks when burnt; maunzhemahta (so), v.i.2. He thinks it s.; o-maúnzhemaundáun, v.t.VII.

Stir (mix). He s.; uhnáëga, v.n.2, (p.c. an-). He s. it; od-uhuáäun, v.t.I.

Stirring-stick; uhnáëgun, (pl. -un).

Stir up (excite). He s. him up; od-oombáhsoomaun, od-áhsheäun, v.t.I. (p.c. wamb, uhyah-). We stir up one another; kid-oombáhsoondemin, mod. B.

Stir. See move, poke.

Stirrup; n.i. nuhgahsedápezoon, (pl. -un).

Stitch. He s. it; o-suhsuhgegwáhdaun, (-gwahnaun), v.t.VII., III. It is stitched (wide stitches); suhsuhgegwáhda, (-gwahso), v.i.2, (p.c. sas-).

Stocking; n.i. uhzhngnn, (pl. -un).

Stoker; n.a. nuhekezhaëgá-wenene, (pl. -wug).

Stomach; n.i. omesud. In the s.; mesudaúng. The first s. (of ruminating animals); papeétoose. The second s. ogidáhgemood. His s. rumbles; mudwáguhmenúhgezhe, v.n.3. He has stomach-ache; áhkooshkuhda, v.n.2.

Stone; n.a. ahsín, (pl. -éeg). There are stones; uhsinekah, v.i.1, (p.c. asin-). On a s.; metuhsin, ogedahbik. There is s. upon s.; ogedáhbikesin, v.i.5. It is made of or paved with s.; uhsinekahda, v.i.2. There is a foundation of s.; uhsinekaunda, v.i.2. He hauls s.; áhwuhduhsene, v.n.3. See metal, table.

Stone-building; n.i. uhsene-wahkúhegun.

Stone (cast stones). He c. st.; pahpimwuhsene, v.n.3. He st. him; o-pimwúhsenuhaun, v.t.I., (p.c. pam-).

Stone's-throw; ako-dábewabenind uhsin.

Stony; adj. uhsine-.

Stool. See seat, foot-stool.

Stoop (bend). He st.; nabwátah, v.n.1. He st. (passing under); zhahgúshke, v.n.3a. He makes him st.; o-zhahgúshkeäun, v.t.I., (p.c. zhag-). He st. (to avoid a blow); tuhbuhzee, tuhbáuso, v.n.3, 4. See bend.

Stop! pákah!

Stop (stand still, leave off). He stops; nóoge, noogegáhbuhwe, v.n.3a., 3, (p.c. nwaug-). He st. running; noogebuhtoo, v.n.4a. He st. making a noise; pezáunuhbe, v.n.3. It st.; noogishkah, v.t.I. He st. him, it o-nóogishkuhwaun, o-nóogishkaun, v.t.II., VII. He makes him leave off; od-ishquáhtahaun, mod. d. See leave off, hinder.

Stop (close up). He st. it up (in. an.) o-kébetoon, o-kebahwaun, v.t.VIII., V . He st. it with his hands; o-kebeninjéenin, v.t.VI., p.c. kab-). He st. his anotherís) ear; kebetuhwugáwaun, v.t.V., see ear. He st. it up (dams it); ogebahbuhwaäun, v.t.I. The mouth of the river is stopped up with sand; kebetáhwunguhun sahgee, v.i.6. The water is st. (cannot flow further); nuhgáhjewun, v.i.6.

Stop (remain). See stay, autumn, &c.

Stopper; n.i. kebühegun, (pl. -un), se cork. He st. it; kebúhega, v.n.2.

Store (shop); n.i. uhdahwá-wegummig, (pl. -oon).

Store (store up). He st. up; múhwunjetáuso, uhtáuso, v.n.4, (p.c. muhy-, at-). He st. it up; od-uhtáusoon, v.t.VI. He st. it up for himself; od-uhtahmahsoon, v.t.VI.

Store-house; n.i. uhtauso-wegummig, (pl. -oon).

Store-keeper; n.a. uhdahwá-wenene.

Stork; n.a. zhuhsháhge, (pl. -wug).

Storm. There is a st.; keche-noodin, v.i.5. There is a st. at sea; kechemahmungushkah, v.i.1, (p.c. mam-).

Stormy. It looks st.; ningwúkwud, v.i.7.

Story; n.i. enáhjemoowin. See narrate, legend.

Stout (robust). He is st.soongáhdeze, v.n.3, (p.c. swaung-). See Corpulent.

Stout-hearted. He is st.-h.; soongedaä.

Stove; n.i. kezhaubekesegun, (pl. -un).

Straight; adv. quuhyuk. See road.

Straighten. He st. s.-th; quuhyukoochega, v.n.2, (p.c. quayuk-). He st. it; o-quuhyukootoon, v.t.VIII. He st. himself (stands erect); quuhyukoogahbuhwe, v.n.3. It is st.; quuhyukoochegáhda, v.i.9. It is st. up; muhyáhwesin, v.i.5. He puts it st. up; o-muhyáhwesedoon, v.t.VIII., (p.c. may). See sit.

Strain. He st. himself (working or lifting); cháhkewe, v.n.3a. See overstrain.

Strain (filter). He st. it. o-zháhbooguhwetoon. v.t.VIII., (p.c. zhuhyah-).

Strainer; n.i. zháhbooguhweehegun.

Strait. See narrow.

Straits. There are st.; wáhbegumah, v.i.1.

Strange. See curious.

Strange (foreign, odd); muhyúg-. He makes it in a st. way; o-muhyúggetoon, v.t.VIII. He puts it in a st. way; o-muhyúggesetoon, v.t.VIII.

Stranger; p.n.a. mayúggezid. (pl. -jig). He is a s.; muhyúggesetoon. v.n.3.

Strangle. (choke with a cord). He s. him; o-kebenáwabenaun, v.t.I. He s. (hangs) himself; kebenáwabenédezo, mod. A. He is strangled; kebenáwabeso, v.n.4, (p.c. kab-). See choke.

Strap (of leather); n.i. pesháhgunaub, (pl. -in). Portage s.; uhpékun, (pl. -un).

Straw; n.i. -úshk, thus : Wheat-straw buhquázhegunúshk. Corn-s.; mundáhminúshk, (pl. -oon). See stalk.

Strawberry; n.i. odáëmin, (pl. -un). See gather.

Straw-hat; n.i. mazhushkowewuhquaun, (pl. -un).

Stray. See wander.

Stream. See river, current, up, down.

Strength; n.i. mushkúhwezewin. S. of mind; mushkuhwándumoowin. S. of heart; mushkuhwedaáwin.

Strengthen. He s. him, it; o-mushkuhwezeäun, o-sóongezeäun, o-mushkuhwetoon, o-soongetoon, v.t.I., VIII. (p.c. mash-, swaung-). It is strengthened, soongejegáhda, v.i.9.

Stretch. He s. himself; shébe, v.n.3a, (p.c. shaub-). He s. out his arm; shebenekáne, v.n.3, (so also hand, foot, &c., substituting ninje, seda, for neka). He lies stretched out; shébeshin, v.n.6. He s. out his arm to him; o-shebenekátuhwaun, v.t.II. He stretches it; o-pahpussáhbegenaun, v.t.VII. He stretches it out (metal) o-duzhwáhbekenaun, v.t.VII., I. (p.c. dazh-).

Strew. He s. it about; o-pewewábenaun, v.t.VII., I. He s. (spreads it) shingahdánaun, v.t.VII., I. He s. or spreads dung; pezhékemo o-shingahwábuhaun, v.t.VII., (p.c. shaung-). It is strewed about; pewewábenegáhda, (-gauso), v.i.9.

Strict. See severe.

Strife (dissention); keekahwedumoowin. See quarrel, war.

Strike (hit). He s. him, it; o-puhketáwaun, o-puhketáäun, v.t.V., VII. (p.c. pak-). He s. himself; puhketáödezo, mod. A. He s. s.-th. belonging to him; o-puhketáöomaun, v.t.I. He s. him, it, accidentally; o-petahguhnahmaun, o-petáhguhnundaun, v.t.VII. He s. him in the face; o-puhsingwáwaun, v.i.V. - on the mouth; o-puhsedoonáwaun. He hurts him badly (str. him). o-weesuhgáhguhnahmaun, v.t.I. He s. it (putting it on s.-th.); od-uhshóotuhguhnundaun, v.t.VII. (p.c. ash-). See fist, slap, buffet, chastise.

Strike (the clock s.);mudwáshin tebuhegeeziswaun.

String; n.i. uhsubáub, (pl. -in). A piece of s. (or cord); tuhkóopejegun, (pl. -un).

NOTE -Anything narrow, as string, cord, thread, ribbon, &c.. generally requires the impers. verb with which it agrees to end in -bégud (an. -bégeze), thus: kinwahbégeze sánebah: the ribbon is long. To string things, see thread; compare wooden.

Strip. See undress, bark.

Stripe (beating); n.i. puhketawin.

Strive. He s.; wéekwujjetoo, koojéëwe, v.n.4a, 3, (p.c. wah-, kwa-).

Strong (strongly); soonge-, mushkuhwe-.

Strong. He, it is st. (powerful); mushkuhweze, mushkuhwah, v.n.3, v.i.1, (p.c. mash-). He it is st. (tough, durable); soongeze, soongun, v.n.3, v.i.6, (p.c. swaung-). He, it is considered st.; soongandáhgooze, -dáhgwud, v.i.10. He, it looks st.; soongenáhgooze, -dáhgwud, v.i.10. His arm is st.; mushkuhweneká. His arms are st; muhmushkuhweneka, v.n.2, (so also hand, foot, &c., substituting -ninje, -seda, &c., for -neka). He, it is st. (vigorous, sound); kezhezháhweze. kezhezhábwud, v.n.3, v. i 7 His bones are st.; kezhezhabweguna, v.n.2, (p.c. kazh-). It is st. (liquid); mnshkuhwahgummee, v. 3. -, hard (metal, &c.); mushkuhwáhbekud, (-bekeze), v.i.7. He makes it st.; o-sóongetoon, o-múshkuhwetoon, o-kezhezháhwetoon, v.t.VIII.

Struggle. He st.; memegópuhgeso, v.n.4.

Strumpet. See prostitute.

Stubborn. See obstinate.

Stubbornly; adv. uhwúnjeesh.

Stubbornness; n.i. mushkuhwindebawin.

Stuff (fabric, material); -wag. One, two, three, &c., pieces of stuff; pazhigwag, neezhwag, neswag, &c. So many pieces; dusswag. With verbs, -eegud (an. -eegeze), thus : uhgahséegud uhdóopoowinegin, the table-cloth is small. Compare string.

Stuff. He st. it; (an. in.); o-pindaushkwahnaun, -kwahdaun, v.t.III., VII.

Stumble. He st.; pesósedáshin, v.n.6.

Stumbling-stone; n.i. pesósedáshewene-uhsin.

Stump (of a tree); kishkúhnahknd, (pl. -oon).

Stun. He st. him; o-keewushquáguhnahmaun, v.t.I, (p.c. kah-).

Stupid. He is st.; foolish kóopnhdeze, kuhkebáhdeze, v.n.3, (p.c. kwahkake-). He is st. (slow, lull); puhpagekáhdeze, v.n.3, (p.c. pap-). it is st.; knhkebáhdud, v.i.7. He uses it stupidly; o-kóopujjetoon, v.t.VIII.

Stupidity; n.i. kóopuhdezewin, puhpagekáhdezewin. See frivolous.

Stupidly; adv. kóopuhse-.

Stupor. See faint

Sturgeon; n.a. nahmá, (pl. -wug).

Sty; n.i. kookóoshewegúmmig, (pl. -oon).

Styx-bridge. See Indian superstitions.

Subdue. See tame, overcome.

Subjects. His s.; ol-uhnishenahbámun. See submit.

Submerge. See immerse.

Submission; n.i. puhgedánindezoowin.

Submit. He s.; puhgedenedezo, mod. A. He s. himself to him; puhgedenedezo chetebánemegood enewh. He s. to he owned by him; see own. See tame.

Subscribe. See sign.

Subsequent; ahneka; See generation.

Subside. See calm.

Subsist on. He s. on; oonje-bemahdeze, v.n.3.

Substance; (an.) uhyah - (inan.) uhyee.

Substitute; see deputy. He s. him. it; o-mashkwuhtoonaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. muhya-).

Subterranean; uhnáumuhkummig, (this word used for hell, or hades).

Subtle. See cunning.

Succeed; see prosper. He s. in doing it; o-kushketoon. He s. in passing; kushkeö, v.n.4a., (p.c. kash-).

Succeed (follow). He e.; náhbishkáhga, áhnekashkáhga, v.n.2, (p.c. nuhy-, uhyah-). He s. him; o-náhbishkuhwaun, v.t.II.

Succession (to office, &c.); náhbishkahgáwin, ahnekashkahgáwin. In quick s. (one after another); papasho.

Such (that sort); ewh denoo, or, ewh denoowah. See sort.

Such a manner (so); ezhe-.

Suck. He s.; wéequumo, v.n.4. He s. him, it; o-wéequumaun, o-wéequundaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. wah-). He s. (draws the breast); nóone, v.n.3, (p.c. nwaun-). She gives s.; nóonuhwahso, v.n.4. She gives him s.; onóonaun, v.t.III. He s. (doctoring, after Indian fashion); nebeke, v.n.3a. He s. him o-nebekahnaun, v.t.III. (p.c. nab-). He s. the juice or sap; séewuhqua, v.n.2.

Sucker (fish); n.a. nuhmábin, (pl. -ug).

Sucking-horn; n.i. wéequunjegun, (pl. -un).

Sudden (suddenly); adv. sásekah, chásekah. Sud. death; sásekah neboowin. See immediate.

Sue. He s. him at law; o-we-tebáhkoonaun, v.t.I. (p.c. wah-). See prosecute.

Suffer. He s. (bodily); kooduggetóo, kooduggeze, áhnemeze, v.n.4a, 3. (p.c. kwa-, uhyah-). He s. (mentally) koodugandum, ahnemandum, v.n.5. He s. bitterly; wéesuhgandum, v.n.5, (p.c. waus-). He s. being (burnt); weesuggenáse, v.n.3. He s. a long time; séebiskándum, v.n.5, (p.c. saub-). He s. (has to suffer); kooduggandáhgooze, v.n.3. He makes him s.; o-kooduggeäun, mod. d. He makes him s. by striking, him; o-weesuhgáhguhnahmaun, v.t.I. He s. with him; o wéej-ahnenezemaun, v.t.I. It causes suffering; kooduggandáhgwud. v.i.10.

Suffer (permit). He s. him, it; od-enánemaun, od-enándaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. ana-); oguhnuhbánemaun, o-guhnuhhándaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. gan-). See permit.

Suffering; n.i. kooduggetoowin.

Sufficient. It is s.; tabesá. See enough.

Suffocate (smother, stifle). He s. him; o-gebwuhnáhmooshkuhwaun, v.t.II. (p.c. gab-). He s. himself; gebwuhnaúmo, v.n.4. He is s. by smoke; gebwuhnahmooso, v.n.4. See strangle.

Sugar; n.i. sesebáhkwud. See maple s.

Sugar-cane; n.a. sebwáhgun, (pl. -ug).

Suggest. See propose.

Suicide. He commits s.; nesédezo, mod. a.

Suit. It suits (does well); menoosá, v.i.2. (p.c. man-).

Sulky. He is s.; nuhnishkahjeühjah. He is s. (peevish); buhbegoodaä, v.n.2, (p.c. bah-). See cross.

Sullen. He looks s. (dissatisfied); minduhwá, v.n.2. See pout, obstinate.

Sum. See whole, arithmetic.

Summer; néebin. It is s.; neebin, v.i.5, (p.c. nauh-). In s.; neebing, nah. bingin.i. ast s.; neebinoong. The s. before last; uhwús-neebinoong. Next s.; pahnemah neebing. The s. is advanced; ishpe-neebin, v.i.5. He spends the s. there; neebinishe, v.n.3. He spends the s. with him; o-weeje-neebinishemaun, v.t.I. (p.c. wauje-).

Summit. See top.

Summon (call). He s. him; o-nundoomaun, v.t.I. (p.c. nand-). He s. them (calls them together); o-mahwunzomaun, o-máhwundoonundoomaun. He s. by firing guns; nundwéwasega, v.n.2. See gather.

Sun; n.a. keezis, (pl. -oog). The sun rises; mookesá keezis, v.n.2. The s. sets; pungeshemó keezis, v.n.4. The s. shines : sáhguhta keezis, v.n.2. - is brilliant; wahsáse. - is red; misquáhsega. - has a circle; wenebahsega. - is darkened; tabekáhbumenáhgooze. - comes forth from a cloud; sahgahsega.

Sunburnt. He is s. muhkuhdaweengwayauso, v.n.4.

Sunday; n.i. uhnuhmeä-kézhegud. On Sundays; anuhmeä-kézhegukin. Next S.; ménuhwah uhnuhmea-kézheguk. The S. ofter next; uhwus-wade uhnuhmea-kezhegul. Last S.; ké-uhnuhmea-kezhegud. See Sabbath.

Sundial (or clock); n.a. tebuhegéeziswaun, (pl. -ug). (sun-measure).

Sundry. See various.

Superb. See magnificent.

Superficially; adv. ogijjenuh.

Superintend (manage). He s.; neegáuneze, v.n.3, (p.c. nah-). He s. him, it; o-neegaunesékunduhwaun, -kundaun, v.t.II., VII.

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

Superior. He, it is considered superior; neegahnandáhgooze, -dáhgwud, v.i.10.

Supernatural warning; n.i. weenduhmáhgoowesewin. He receives a su. war.; weenduhmáhgoowese, v.n.3.

Supernumerary. He, it is s.; uhnewesá, uhnewesámuhgud, v.n.2, v.i.8.

Superstitious, He is s.; ahnooj kago o-dabwátaun (believes all sorts of things).

Supper; n.i. oonáhgooshe-wésenewin.

Supple. His skin becomes s. (by warming after exposure); zhazhahwishkah. His feet become s.; zhazhahwesedáshkah, v.n.1. (so also legs, &c., substituting -kahda, &c., for -seda). See flexible.

Supplication; n.i. puhgoosanjegáwin. See beseech.

Supply. He s. It. to him; nd-oondenuhmuhwaun, v.t.II. (p.c. wand-). He s. him provisions for a journey; o-nuhwáhpoonaun. v.t.III., (p.c. naw-).

Support. He s. (provides for him) : o-bahméäun v.t.I., (p.c. bam-). He s. persons, buhméëwa, v.n.2. He s. himself buhméedezo, mod. A. See hold up, prop.

Suppose. He s.; enándum, v.n.5, (p.c. an-). I s. so (may be so); kuhnuhbuj.

Supposing (if); kishipin, with the dubitative.

Suppress. See hide.

Suppurate. It s.; meenéewun, v.i.5.

Supreme; máhmuhwe-. He has, s. authority; máhmuhwe.neegáuneze, v. n. 3, (p.c. muhyah-).

Sure. He is s. (certain); tabwayandum, quuhyukwaudum, puhkukándum, v.n.5. He is s. of it; o-tabwayandaun, o-gwuhyukwandaun, o-puhkukándaun, v.t.VII. He makes it s.; o-wahweengatoon, v.t.VIII., (p.c. waw-). See safe, to be sure.

Surely (certainly); adv. ahbedákummig.

Surety. He stands s. for him; o-néebuhwetuhwaun, v.t.II., (p.c. naub-).

Surf; n.i. beetá, (in compos. -ushkah). The s. beats against the shore; tetebushkah, v.t.I. - on a shallow; báhgwushkah. See shallow.

Surface. On the s.; ogijjúhyeëe. On the s. of the ground; ogiduhkúmmig. - of the water; ogidebéeg.

Surly. See sullen.

Surname. My S.; noos azhenekáhzood, (i. e. my father's name, which to the only way of expressing).

Surpass (excel, beat). He s. him, it od-uhnéeweäun, od-uhnéewetoon, v.t.I., VIII.. (p.c. an-). He b. him on foot od-anemishkuhwaun, v.t.II., (p.c. uhya-). - by water; od-anemáhwaun, v.t.V. -- in oratory; o-zháhgoosoomaun, v.t.I, (p.c. zhuhy-).

Surplus. There is a surplus; uhnewesá, v.i.2.

Surprise. He s. him (makes him start) o-kooshkooäun, v.t.I., (p.c. kwa-). He s. him (makes him wonder); o-máhmuhkahdándumooäun, v.t.I. He s. him by his arrival; o-chéesekuhwaun, v.t.II., (p.c. chah-). He is surprised; mahmuhkahdándum. See start, wonder.

Surprising; adv. mahmuhkause-.

Surrender. See submit.

Surround. It s. him; o-kewetaushkahgoon, v.t.II. in. obj. (p.c. ka-). See stand round, sit round, fence.

Survey. He s. land; tebáhuhke, v.n.3a, (p.c. tab-). See view.

Surveyor; n.a. tebahuhké-wenene, (pl. -wug).

Survive. He s. (after sickness or danger); ishquahná, v.n.2, (p.c. ashqu-). He s. the night; wáhbahso, v.n.4. He does not s. the night; noondáyahbahso, v.n.4. He s. the winter; wahbunishe, v.n.3. He does not s. the winter; noondáyahbunishe, v.n.3.

Suspect. He s.; uhnáumandum, móonandum, v.t.5, (p.c. an-, mwau-). He s. him, it od-uhnaúmanemaun, od- uhnaúmandaun. v.t.I., VII. See mistrust.

Suspend. See hang, spread, delay. He s. him (from office) o-púhgedenann, od-ishquah-uhnóonaun, v.t.I., III. ). (p.c. pag-, ashqu-).

Suspicion; n.i. uhnaumingáwin.

Sustain. See support.

Swaddling-clothes; tuhkoobezo-uhgwewinun, tuhkoobenegáwin. See swathe.

Swallow; n.a. zhahsháhwuhnebése, (pl. -wug).

Swallow. He s.; goonjegá, v.n.2, (p.c. gwan-). He s. him, it; o-goonaun, o- goondaun, v.t.III, VII. It is s. goonjegáhda, v.i.9.

Swamp; n.i. wáhbushkeke, mushkéeg. In the middle of a s.; nahwushkeeg. In compos., -eke. See cedar.

Swan; n.a. wáubese, (pl. -g).

Swarm. They s. (crowd together); oquéenoowug, v.n.4, 1,1. (p.c. waqu-).

Swarthy. Same as sunburnt.

Swathe. He s. (binds up a child); o-tuhkoobenaun, o-tetebechépenaun, v.t.III., (p.c. tak-, tat-). He is swathed; tetebechepeso, v.n.4.

Sway. He, it s. to and fro; ahyahzhookuhpezo, guhgewáshkah, v.n.4, v.i.1, (p.c. ay-, gag-). See shake.

Swear (curse). He s.; muhjeëkedo, v.n.4, mushkuhwe-keézhwa, v.n.2, (lit., He speaks strongly). He s. by him, it; o-duhgooweenaun, o-duhgooweendaun, v.t.III., VII. (p.c. dagoo-), lit., name with. See oath, curse.

Sweat; n.i. uhbwásuwin.

Sweat. He s.; uhbwáso, v.n.3, (p.c. abw-). He s. (working); uhbwátah, v.n.1. His feet s.; uhbwáseda, v.n.2. (So also hands, &c., substituting ninje, &c., for seda). See smell.

Sweep. He s.; chéeguhtuhega, v.n.2, (p.c. chah-). He s. it; o-chéeguhtuhaun, v.t.VII. It is swept; cheeguhtuhegáhda, v.i.9.

Sweet. It is s. (in. an.) wéeshkoobun, -beze, v.n.7, v.n.3. It is s. (liquid) weeshkoobahgummee, v.i.3. The meat is s. (good); weeshkoobéwuhgud weeyaus. In compos., weeeshkoobe-: e.g., weeshkoobepóogwud; it tastes sweet.

Sweet-corn; n.a. weeshkoobemin, (pl. -ug).

Sweeten. He s. it.; o-weeshkoobetoon, v.t.VIII. (p.c. waush-).

Sweetheart. His s.; wahwedegamegoojin.

Sweetmeat (candy); n.i. sesebáhkwudoons, (pl. -un).

Swell. He s.; páugeshe, v.n.3, (p.c. puhyau-). He s. up; oombáhoogo, v.n.4. His swelling goes down; néewahoogo. v.n.4.

Swelling; n.i. páugeshewin. See swollen.

Swift. He is s.-footed; netah-kezhéebuhtoo, v.n.4a. (p.c. nat-).

Swiftly; adv. kezhée-.

Swim. He s.; pemáhduhgah, v.n.1. He s. about; pahpáhmahduhgáh. He s. well; netáhwahduhgáh. He s. there; enáhduhgah. He s. to shore; uhgwáhyahduhgah. He s. across; ahzhuhwahduhgah. The ducks s. mixed (it different kinds); kenegahwahgoomoowug sheesheebug.

Swindle. See cheat.

Swing; n.i. wábesoon, (pl. -un).

Swing. He s. himself; wawabeso, v.n. 4, (p.c. wuhya-). He s. him; o-wawábenaun, v.t.III.

Switch. See stick, whip.

Swollen. He is s.; páugeshe, v. 3, (p. c. puhyau-). His f. is s.; paugeseda, v.n.2, (so also hand, leg, &c., substituting -ninje, -kahda. &c., for -seda). It is s.; paugesin. His belly is s.; poodáujishkah, v.n.1.

Swoon. See faint.

Sword; n.i. ahzháhwashk, (pl. -oon).

Symbol. See sign.

Sympathize. He sympathizes with him; o-ketemahgánemaun, v.t.I., (p.c. kat-).

Sympathy; n.i. ketemahgánindewin.

Symptom. His s. are such (in sickness) enáhpena, v.n.2. (p.c. an-).

Synagogue. Same as church or meeting-house.

Syringe; n.i. pindáhbahwuhjegun. Little s.; booboogejebéeguhegun.

Syringe. He s. him; o-pindáhbahwuhnaun, v.t.III., (p.c. paund-).

Syrup. See molasses.

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