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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

 

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Tabernacle; n.i. puhpuhgewuhyáune-ähnuhmeawegummig. See tent.

Table; n.i. uhdóopoowin, (pl. -un). On the t.; ogij-uhdoopoowin. Under the t.; uhnaum-uhdoopoowin. Table of stone; tasahbik, (pl. -oon). Table-cl. uhdóopoowinegin, (pl. -un).

Tack (as a vessel), it t. ahzhuhwebeyahsin, v.i.5, (p.c. uhyauzh-).

Tackling; n.i. uhyáhbuhjetoongin.

Tadpole; n.i. omuhkukeens, (pl. -ug).

Tail; n.i. oozoowh. In compos. (with nouns) -wunoowh, thus: a cow's tail, pezhekéwunoowh; (with verbs) -noowa, thus : He has a short t.; tuhquáhnoowa. -- a twisted t.; tetebahnoowa, v.n.2. He takes him by the t.; zuhgahnoowa. T. (of a bird); n.i. wuhnushkid, (pl. -in). -- (of a fish); n.i. oozhégwun, (pl. -un).

Tailor; n.a. kushkegwáusowenene, (pl. wug.).

Take (receive, accept). He t. some-th. odahpenega, v.n.2, (p.c. wad-). He t. him, it; od-odáhpenaun, v.t.I., VII. He t. him, it for himself; od.odáhpenuhmáhdezoonun, -dezoon, v.t.VI. He t. him, it (drawing towards him); ododahpebenaun, -bedoon, v.t.III VIII. He t. him, it without permission; wahwázhekuhmahnun, -kuhmaun, v.t.VI. See receive, seize.

Take (take away). He t.; mahmega, v.n.2, (p.c. mam-). He t. him, it; o-mahmaún, o-mahmoon, v.t.I., VIII., (imper. mahmee), o-máhjeenaun, o máhjeedoon, v.t.III., VIII. (p.c. muhyah-). He t. it away from him; o-mahmahwáun, v.t.V., (p.c. mam-). See remove.

Take before others (rudely). He t. it; o-muhkunddoshkaun, v.t.VII. (p.c. mak-).

Take by force. See rob, seize.

Take care (mind). He t. care; aungwáhmeze, v.n.3, (p.c. uhyaun-). He t. too much care; osaumandum, v.n.5.

Take care of. He t. care of him, it; guhnuhwánemaun. o-guhnuhwándaun, v.t.I. VII., (p.c. gan-). See support, spoil.

Take down. He t. him, it, down; o-nesáunduhwuhaun, o-nesáunduhwuhtoon, v.t.I., VIII. He takes down the sail; o.benáhkoonaun fling -., v.t.VII., (p.c. ban-).

Take heed. See take care, attention.

Take hold. He t. h. of him, it; o.mínjemenaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. man-). See seize.

Take in. See carry in.

Take knowledge of. See recognize.

Take off. He t. off his clothes; kesekoonuhya, v.n.2, (p.c. káuse-). He t. off his (another's) clothes; o-kesekoonuhyábenaun, v.t.III. He t. off his hat; keechewewuhkwauna, v.n.2. He t. off his shoes; kahkéeché, v.n.3a. He t. off his (another's) shoes; o-kahkéecheäun, v.t.I, (p.c. kak-). He t. off the lid, &c.; use mahmoon, (Bee take away). He t. it off the fire; (in. an.) od-uhgwáhsetoon, od-uhgwáushemaun, v.t.VIII., I. (p.c. agw-). See bark.

Take out. He t. him, it, out; o-sáhgedenaun, o-sáhgesetoon, v.t.I., VIII. (p.c. suhyab-). He t. it (in. an.) out of a canoe; od-uhgwahsetoon, od-uhgwahshemaun, v.t.VIII., I. He t. it out of his hand; o-kediskeninjenaun, v.t.VII. He t. s.-th. out of a kettle to eat; uhgwáhpo, v.n.4.

Take prisoner. See seize.

Take thought. He t. th.; pahbahmándum, v.n.5, (p.c. pab-). See care.

Take up and away. He t. him, it, up; od-oombeweuaun, od-oombewedoon, v.t.III., VIII. (p.c. wamb-). See lift.

Take with. He takes him, it, with him; o-mahjeenaun, o-mahjeedoon, v.t.III., VIII. (p.c. muhyah-). He t. it along with him (does not go without it); od-uhnegéegesin, v.t.VI. (p.c. ane-).

Taken. He, it, is taken (received); o-dahpenegaúso, -gáhda, v.i.9. He, it, is t. away; mahmegáuso, -gáhda, v.i.9, (see removed). It is t. down (a sail); benáhkopejegáhda, v.i.9. He, it, is t. out; sáhgedenegáuso, -gáhda, v.i.9.

Tale, n.i. See story, legend.

Talk. He t.; kéekedo, v.n.4, (p.c. kah-); duhnúhnuhgedoon, v.n.6, (p.c. anduh-). He t. too much; osaumedoon, v.n.6, (p.c. was-). He t. in a big thick voice; mungetahgooze, v.n.3. He talks Indian; uhnishenahbamo, v.n.4. He is talking to him; o-guhguhnóonaun. We talk to each other; keguhnóonindemin. See language, speak.

Tall. He is t.; kenóoze, v.n.3, (p.c. ka-). How t. is he? Ahneen akóozid? He is so t.; uhkóoze, v.n.3, (p.c. ak-).

Tallow; n.i. mushkuhwahje-pemeda.

Tamarack (red spruce); n.a. mushkeegwahtig, (pl. -oog). T. swamp mushkeeg.

Tame (subdue). He t. him, it, down o-wáunguhweäun, o-waunguhwetoon, v.t.I., VIII. (p.c. wuhy-). He, it, is tamed; wáunguhwechegáuso, .gahda, v.i. 9.

Tame animal, or bird; n.a. ahwahkáun, (pl. -ug).

Tan. He t; uhsaka, v.n.2, (p.c. as-). He t. it; (in. an.) od-uhsákahdaun, oduhsákahnaun, v.t.VII., III. It is tanned; (in. an.) uhsákahda, -kauso, v.i.9.

Tanner; n.a. uhsákáwenene, (pl. -wug).

Tangle. He t. it; o-biswahbegesedoon, a. t. VIII. (p.c. basw-).

Tank. See cistern.

Tap (a tree). He t. it; od.oozheguhaun. See spout.

Tape; uhgoogwahjegun.

Tar; nahbequaun-pegewh. See pitch.

Target; n.i. pemóojegun. He shoots at a t.; pemóotegwa, pemoojega, v.n.(p.c. pam-).

Tarry. See delay, stay.

Tart. See pie.

Task. See lesson, occupation.

Taste. It t. good; menopoogwud, (-poogooze) v.t.I0. It t. bad; maunzhepoogwud. So also with any other adverbial particles, .poogwud (inan.), .poogooze (anim.), thus. It t. sweet wéeshkoobepoogwud. - bitter; wéesahgepoogwud.- raw; ushkepoogwud. - excellent; wéengepoogwud, &c. It t. thus; epoogwud. He t. it, (tries it by the taste); koojepejega, v.n.2, (p.c. kwa-). He t. it; (an. in.) o-koojepwaun, o.koojepedaun, v.t.VII., I. He t. (eating a little); o-kootundaun, o.kootuhmaun, v.t.VII., I. He finds it t. good; o-menopedaun, o-menopwaun, v.t.VII., V.

Tasteless. It is t.; kahningood uhpugwussenon.

Tavern. See inn, bar.

Tax; n.a. ogemah-shooneyah.

Tax-gatherer; n.a. mahwunjechegawenene, (pl. -wug).

Tea; n.i. uhnéebish. - (ready to drink); uhneebisháhbo. Teakettle or pot; sheshéebuhkik (duck-kettle, from its shape).

Tea-spoon; amequaunans, (pl. -un).

Teach. He t.; kekenóühmahga, v.n.2. (p.c. kak-). He t. him: o.kekenóühmuhwaun, v.t.II. See school.

Teal (duck); n.a. suhguhtáhgunesheeb, (pl. -ug).

Team. Same as yoke.

Tear; n.i. seebingwuy, With tears; gegeseebingwuy. He sheds a t.; pungegáhweseebingwa, v.n.2, see weep. Tears start in his eyes; suhsáhgezebingwa. - from smoke; suhsahgesibingwanahmeso, suhsahgesebingawayabauso. He laughs with t. in his eyes; gegesebingwapáupe.

Tear (rend). He t. s.-th.; peegoohejega, v.n.2, (p.c.paug-). He t.it; (in. an.) o-peegoobedoon, o-peegoobenaun, v.t.VIII., III. He cannot tear it; o-bwáhwehedoon. He t. his (another's) skin; o.péegwuhzháwaun, v.t.V. He t. a net; puhkénuhsuhbe. v.n.3a. He t. him, it with the teeth; o-péegwuhmaun, o-peegwundaun, v.t.I. VII. He (a wild beast) t. him cruelly; od-áhbindumaun. He t. it, (stuff, &c.) to pieces; o-negooshkaun, v.t.VII. (p.c. -naug-). See torn.

Tease. He t. him; o-megooshkáhjéaun, v.t.I., (p.c. mag-).

Teat; n.a. toodoosh, (pl. -ug).

Tedious (tiring). It is t. to him: od-ahyakozekahgoon, od-ahkooshkáhgoon. See tire.

Telegraph-wire; pewahbikoons tebahjemowin, mejedwáwinepewáhbikoons. He sends a tel. message; pewahbikoonsing tebahjemo, ninduhewa pewáhbekoons ayood.

Telescope. Same as spy-glass.

Tell. He tells -1. (acquainting); weenduhmabga,v.n.2, (p.c. waun-). He t. him; o-wéendumuhwaun, v.t.II. 2. (saying, asserting, ordering) : He t. him; od-enáun, v.t.III. irreg., (p.c. an-). 3. (speaking of, describing) debáhjemo, v.n.4, (p.c. tab-). He begins to t.: máhdáhjemo. He t. had things; máhnáhjemo. --indecent th.; wéenahjemo. --- by mistake; wuhnáhjemo. He t. of him, it; o-debáhjemaun, o-debáhdoodaun, v.t.I., VII. He t. s.-th. bad of him; o-mujjeduhzhemáun, v.t.I. See speak.

Temper. He is of such a temper; enahdeze, zhewábeze, enandáhgooze, v.n.3. Thus : He is good-tempered menoëzhewábeze, minwandahgooze, or use -daä (hearted). Thus: menodaä, he is good-hearted; meshedaä, he is hairy-hearted, cruel, He is mild.tempered; nookahdeze.

Temperate. He is t.; minjemenédezo, (he holds himself in) mod. A.

Tempest. See storm, tornado.

Temple. Same as church.

Tempt. He t.; kuhgwátebaninga, shóobeëwa, v.n.2, (p.c. kagw-, shwah-). He t. him; o-kuhgwátebanemaun, o-shóobeäun, v.t.I. It t. him; o-shóoheegoon. v.t.I. in. obj. See entice.

Temptation; n.i. kuhgwátebánindewin. A tempting object; n.i. shoobeëgoowin.

Ten; medáuswe. in compos., medáuso : (e.g., breadths, bagsful, &c., which see). Ten times, or the tenth time; medáhching. Tenth or tenthly; akomedahching. Ten each, or ten every time; mamedáhching. We are ten: ke-medáhchemin, mod, a. There are ten things; medahchenoon. It is ten o'clock; medáuso-tebuheguna, v.i.2, (p.c. mad-).

Ten thousand; medáhching-medáuswauk;

Tenant; p.n.a. aweïnd uhke, (pl. -aweïndjig uhke).

Tend. See take care of.

Tender (unused to hardship). He is t.; neshaunguhdeze, nookese, v.n.3, (p.c. nash-, nwah-). It is t., (e.g., meat) nóokeewuhgud. He brings him up tenderly; o-neshaungegeäun, v.t.I, (p.c. nash-).

Tendon. See sinew.

Tent; n.i. pnhpuhgewuhyáuneëgummig, (pl. -oun), (cotton-house).

Tepid. See lukewarm.

Terrestrial; uhkeeng duhzhe-.

Terrible. See horrible.

Terrify. He t. him; o-neningeságeseäun, v.t.I., (p. c, -nan). He is terrified neningeságeze, v.t.3. See alarm.

Terror; n.i. neningeságezewin.

Test. He t. it (a gun, &c.); o-koojesuhtoon, o-koosekahtoon, v.t.VIII., (p.c. kwa-). See try.

Testament; n.i. kekindewin. New T.; ooshke-kekindewin.

Testicle; n.i. ooneshewaun.

Testify. He t. against him; o-pahtahmaun, v.t.I. (p.c. puhyah-). See certify.

Testimony (evidence); n.i. deháhjemoowin.

Than; dushwéen, (e.g., I am shorter t. you; nuhwuj suh ninduhkóos, keen dushwëen).

Thank. He th.; máhmooyuhwa, megwach ekedo, v.n.2, 4, (p.c. muhyah-, ake-). He th. him: o-mahmooyuhwuhmaun, o-megwácheweäun, v.t.I., (p.c. muhy-, mag-). He th. him (in thoughts); o-megwáchewánemaun, v.t.I. He is thankful; mahmooyuhwándum, v.n.5. Thanks, thank you megwách!

Thanksgiving; n.i. máhmooyahwáwin.

That; (an.) owh, owh ewáde, (pl. egewh). (inan.) ewh, ewh ewade, (pl. -enewh).

That (in order that); che-, ewh che-.

That which; expressed by the participle v.i.

Thaw. It th.; ningiskoodámuhgud, v.i.8. The ground th.; ninguhkummigishkah, v.i.1.

The; (an.) owh, pl. egewh; (inan.) ewh, pl. enewh.

Thee; expressed in the anim. form of the verb: e.g., He sees thee; kewahbumik.

Theft; n.i. keemoodewin.

Their; (an.) o-waun, (in.) o-wah: e.g., Their canoe; o-cheemaunewah.

Their own; o-mewaun: e.g., Their (own) child; od-ahbenoojéemewaun.

Theirs; wénuhwah, oduhyéemewah.

Them; anim. Expressed in the anim. form of the verb: e.g., He sees them (persons); o.wahbumaun.

Them; inanim. Expressed in the inan. form: e.g., He sees them (things); o wahbundaunun.

Themselves; wénuhwah egoo. Also expressed by use of mod. A: e.g., They love themselves; sahgeëdezoowug.

Then (at that time); ewh uhpee. (thereupon); me dush.

Thence; emah oonje., ewede oonje-: e.g., He departed thence; ewede ke-oonjemahjah.

There; éwede, ewáde, emuh. In compos., sometimes expressed by prefix dun : e. g., He is thought to be there; dunandáhgooze. He is or dwells there; duneze. He is beard there; dunwawedum, &c. (p.c. andun-). He goes t. and back; piskáhbe.

Therefore; me wanje-.

These; (an.) oogoo, (inan.) oonoo.

They; pron. wenuhwah. Conjoined with verbs trans.; o-, od-. See grammar.

Thick. It is t.; (in. an.) kepuhgáh, .geze, v.i.1, (p.c. kap-). It is thick (clothing); (in. an.) kepuhgéegud, -geze. - liquid; kepuhgáhgummnee. -metal, &c.; kepuhgáhbikud. -- stuff, &c. kepuhgáhbeegud, -geze. string, &c.; mecháhbeegud, -geze. - a book; ishpúnsekah. - a mat; ishpushkud. He makes it thick; (in. an.) o-kepuhgetoon, o-kepuggeäun, v.t.VIII., I. liquid; o - kepuhgáhgummetoon. -metal, &c.; okepuhgáhbiketoon.

Thickly (close); adv. papasho.

Thickness (its t.); apeetaug. It is such a t.; ahpeetah, v.i.1.

Thief; n.a. keemdode-wenene, (pt -wug). Ha is a t.; keemoodishke, mod. a. -(light-fingered); wahgeninje, v.n.3a.

Thigh; n.i. obwaumah. My, thy, t. nebwáuni, kebwáum, (pl. -un).

Thigh-bone; n.i. chingwuhnegun.

Thimble; n.i. gáunduhegwausoon, (pl. -un).

Thin. He is t. (lean); puhkáhkuhdoose, v.n.4, (p.c. pak-). T. (slim, slender); keguhyahwáze, v.n.3, (p.c. kag-). He has a t. lean face, puhkáhkuhdwangwa, v.n.2.

Thin. It is t.; (in. an.) pepuhgáh, pepuhgeze, v.i.1, v.n.3, (p.c. pap-)- metal; pepuhgahbeknd, -keze. -stnff; pepuhgéegud, -geze. - wood; pepuhgegud, -geze. - a book; tahbuhsúnsekah. -. liquid; zhéeguhuhgummec, v.i.3. He makes it thin (metal, &c.); o-pepuhgáhbiketoon, v.i.VIII. He cuts it thin, or thinner; o-pepuhgéekoodaun, -koonaun, v.t.VII., III.

Thine; keen, kid-uhyeem.

Thing; n.i. uhyee, (pl. -n). Little t. uhyeens. Bad t.; uhycewish.

Think. He t.; enándum, v.n.5, (p.c. anan-). In compos., -andum, thus He thinks aright; kwuhyukwandum. - wisely nebwahkahdandum. -strongly; soongandum. He thinks himself so; in compos., anindezo, thus : He thinks himself powerful; mushkuhwanindezo. He thinks himself wise; nebwahkahdánindezo. He r. about him; o-mequanemaun. See remember. He th. little of him; o-tahbussánemaun, see esteem. He t. about it; o-pahbahmandaun, see care. He is always thinking of him it; o-bezhebánemaun, o-bezhebandaun, v.t.I., VII., (p.c. bazh-). He t. only on him; o-pázhigwánemaun, v.t.I. (p.c. puhya-). His thoughts are occupied with him, it; od-oonduhmánemaun, od-oonduhmándaun, v.t.I., VII. He contradicts him in thoughts; od-áhzhedanemaun, v.t.I., (p.c. uhyauzh-) see thoughts.

Third; ako-nesing.

Thirst; n.i. nebahgwawin, kishkuhbahgwawin.

Thirsty. He is t.; nebáhgwa, kishkuhbáhgwa, v.n.2, (p.c. nab-, kaush-). He t. after it; o-kishkuhbahgwanoodaun, v.t.VII.

Thirteen; medauswe 'zbe neswe.

Thirteenth; ako 'zhe nesiug.

Thirty; nésemeduhnuh. See forty.

This; (an.) mahbuh, wahowh; (inan.) maunduh, oo-oo.

This way; oondáus enuhkukáyah

Thistle; n.i. mesáhnashk, (pi. -oon).

Thither; ewede.

Thong; n.i. pasháhgunaub, (pl. -in).

Thorn; n.a. menasuhgahwunzh, (pl. -eeg). See splinter.

Thoroughly; adv. wahweenga.

Those; (an.) egewh, egewh ewade; (in.) enewh, enewh ewade.

Thou; pron. keen. Conjoined with verbs, ke., kid-.

Though; ahuoo, mesuhwah.

Thought; n.i. enándumoowin, (pl. -un). In compos., -ándumoowin: Right t.; quuhyukwandumoowin. Angry th.; nishkahdándumoowin. Foolish th.; kuhkebahdándumoowin. He, it is t. to be so; enandáhgooze, enandáhgwud, v.n.3, v.i.10. In compos., -andahgooze, andahgwud, thus; He is t. to be there; dunánduhgooze. He is t. wise; nebwahkahdandáhgooze. It is considered strong; soongandáhgwud.

Thoughtless. He is t.; pesenáhdeze, v.n.3.

Thousand; medáuswauk. Two, three t.; neezhing medauswauk, nesing medauswauk, or neezhtuhnauk, nesemeduhnauk, i.e., twenty, thirty hundred. In compos., medauswauk dusso, (e.g. bagsful, globular objects, &c.). A t. times; medauswank dussing. The thousandth time; ditto. A t. each or a t. every time: mamedauswauk. So many t.; dussing medauswauk. How many t.?;ahneen andussing medauswauk ? We are a t. in number; ke-medauswaukoosemin, (as mod, B.). There are a t. objects; medauswaukwudoon, v.i.7 pl.

Thrash. He t. (grain); puhgáunduhega, it. (p.c. pag-). He t. it out with a stick, (e.g., wild rice); o-buhwuháun, v.t.I., (p.c. baw-).

Thread; n.i. uhsuhbáub, (pl. -in), nuhbekwáusoon, (pl. -un) He t. a needle; o-náhbedooáun sháhboonegun, v i. I., (p.c. nuhyaub-). He t. things on a string; náhbedooëga, v.n.2. He t. them on a string; o-nahbedooäun, v.t.I. See string.

Threat; n.i. mujje-guhnoozhewáwin.

Threaten. He t. him (trying to frighten); o-kuhgwáságemaun, v.t.I., (p.c. kagw-). He t. (angrily); mujje-guhnóozhewa, v.n.2, (p.c. maje-).

Three; néswe. In compos., néso: e.g., handfuls, breadths, canoes, &c. Three times, or the third time; nesing. T. each, or three every time; nanesing. We are t.; kenésemin, mod. B. There are t. things; nesenoon. It is three o'clock; nesotebuheguna, v.i.2, (p.c. naso-).

Three hundred; neswauk.

Three thousand; nesing medáuswauk.

Threshold; n.i. kushkéekunookaun.

Thrifty. He is t.; nuhnákahjechega, v.n.2, (p.c. nan-).

Thrive. See prosper.

Throat; n.i. goondáhgun, (pl. -un) His t. is swollen; páuge.goondáhgun, v.n.5. - is large; munge-goondáhgun. His t. is sore; gahgejegoondahgun, gáhgejegoonawa, v.n.2. His t. is dry; pangwuhnaumo, v.n.4. He clears his t.; nuhnúhuhnaumo, v.n.4. He cuts his t.; o-kishkegwázhwaun, v.t.V. (p.c. kaush-). He cut his own t.; kishkegwazhoödezo, mod. A. His t. is cut; kishkegwa, v.n.2. He seizes him by the t.; o-sáhgegoondahgunánaun. v.t.I. (p.c. suhyah-).

Throb. See palpitate.

Throne; n.i. ogemáh-wuhbewin. Before the t.; anáhsuhmeühyaúg ogemáhwuhbewin. He sits on the t.; ogemhwuhbéwining nuhmúhduhbe.

Throng. They t. him; osinsekuhwahwaun, v.t.II. pl. (p.c. sauns-). They t. together; sinsekoodáhdewug, mod. B. See crowd, multitude.

Throttle. See choke.

Through; zhéebuh-, zhéebuhyee, thus zheebuhyáubunjega; he looks through a spy-glass. (2) Passing through; peme, thus : He passes through the town odanaung peme-ezhah. (3) By means of; oonje.

Throughout (all over); meze, mezewa.

Throw. He t.; uhpuhgejegá, v.n.2, (p.c. ap-). He t. him, it, somewhere; od-uhpuhgenáun, od-uhpuhgetoon, v.t.III., VIII. He t. himself somewhere; uhpuhgezó, v.n. 4. He t. it to him; od-uhpuhgetuhwáun, v.t.II. We t. it to each other; kid-uhpuhgetáhdemin. mod. B. He t. it to such a distance; o-dabewabenaun, o-dábenaun, v.t.I., VII. (p.c. duhya-). He throws stones; pimwuhsine, v.n.3, (see stone). He t. about; suswawábenega, v.n.2, (see scatter, strew). He t. it aside; od-ekowábenaun, v.t.I., VII. He t. it away; o-wábenaun, (see reject). He t. him, it in; o.píndegawábenaun, v.t.I., VII. (see push). He t. him, it, out; o-sáhgejewábenaun, v.t.I., VII. He t. it ashore; od-uhgwáhwabenaun. He t. water out of a boat; gwáhkwáhpega, v.n.2, (see scoop). He t. it upon him; oh.uhpuhgejesétuhwaun, v.t.II. He t. himself upon him; od-uhshóosekuhwaun, v.n.II. He t. back his head; áhzhahgedequáne, v.n.3.

Throw down. He t. s.-th. down; nesewabenega, v.n.2, (p.c. naus-). He t. him, it, down; o-nesewabenaun, v.t.I. VII. (striking); o-puhketáshemaun, o-puhketásedoon, v.t.I., VIII. (p.c. pak-). --- (casting away); o-wábeshemaun, o-wabesedoon, v.t.I., VIII. (p.c. wuhya-). It throws him down (coming upon him); od.uhpuhguhsekáhgoon, v.t.II. in. obj. He t. him, it, down (overturning and disordering); od-oombwáwabenaun, v.t.I. VII.

Thrown. He, it is t. somewhere; uhpuhgejegáuso, gáhda, v.n.4, v.i. 2. In compos., wabenegáuso, .gáhda.

Thrust (force). He t. it in or at; (in. an.) o-gáundenaun, v.t.I., VII., (p. guhy-). He t. it aside or away; odekogaundenaun. He t. it back; od-ahzhágaundenaun. He t. it through; o-zháhboogaundenaun. It is t. in or at;. gaundenegáhda, v.i.9. See push, splinter.

Thumb; n.i. mejecheninj, (pl. -een).

Thump. See fist.

Thunder; n.a. uhnemeké, (pl. -g); (i. e., imaginary birds flying in the clouds). It t.; uhnesnekékah, uhnemekéwun, v.i.I, (p.c. anem-). It t. loud; ojáhnemuhkwúhuhmoog(uhnemekeeg). It t. low; tahbuhsáhkwuhuhsnoog. T. cloud; uhnemekéwahnuhquud. There is a t. storm; keche uhnemekékah, v.i.I, (i. e., the thunder birds are plenty).

Thursday; n.i. neeö-kezhegud. Every Th,; nauökezhegukin. See Tuesday.

Thus; ezhe-, (e. g., He walks t.; ezhe-pemoosa).

Thy; ke-, kid-. Thine own; ke-, kid., with -m or -im affixed to the object: (e.g., Thy own canoe; kecheemaunim). See own.

Thyself; keen egoo. Expressed also by the use of mod. A. : (e.g., Thou lovest thyself; kesahgeëdiz).

Ticket; n.i. muhzenúhegauns, (pl. -un)

Tickle. He t. him; o-kenuhgejéenaun, v.t.III., (p.c. kan-). He t. his ear; o-kenuhgetuhwuhgábenaun, v.t. III., (so also hand, foot, &c., substituting -ninje, -seda., &c., for .tuhwuhga).

Ticklish. He is t.; kenuhgejeeshke, kenuhgejée, v.n.3a.

Tide. The t. flows; mooshkáhguhmee nebe. The t. ebbs; ishkahbemubgud, ooduskémuhgud nebe. v.i.3, 8.

Tidings. See news.

Tidy. See neat.

Tie. He t. s.-th.; tuhkoopejega, v.n.2, (p.c. tak-). He t. him, it; o-tuhkóobenaun, o-tuhkóobedoon, v.t.III. VIII. He t. it for him; o.tuhkóobeduhwaun, mod. c. In compos., -pejega, -benaun, -bedoon, thus : He t. s.-th, tight; mushkubwahpejega. He t. it tight; mushkuhwáhbedoon. He t. them together; (an) o-mahmuhwahbenaun. He t. two, three, four, &c., things tog.; o-néezhobedoonun, o-nesobedoonun, o-néeöbedoonun. He t. so many tog.; o-dussobedoonun. He t. it up in s.-th.; o-kushkebedoon. He ties it in the middle; od.áhbetoochebedoon. He t. it otherwise; od-áunduhbedoon. He t. it round his (another's) head; ogezhebaundebapenaun. He t. round his own head; gezhebaundebapenedezo, v.n.4. He t. it round his (another's) waist; od-uhyauswahbenaun, see gird. He t. up his own head; sinsoquábeso. - (another's) head; o-sinsoquábenaun. He ties up his (another's) mouth; o-geboodoonábenaun. He t. it thus; od-enáhbedoon. He t. a bow; o-piskahoodoon, (-oonaun). He t. a knot; o-kushkuhoodoon, (-oonaun), v.t.VIII. He t. one string, &c., to another; od-áhnekoobedoon. He it is t.; tuhkoobejegáuso, - jegáhda, v.n.4, v.i.2. It is t. in a bow; piskáhooda (-so) v.i.2. -in a knot; kushkuhooda, (- so), v.i.2. He, it, is t. (tight); mushkuhwáhbeso, mushkuhwáhbeda, v.n. 4, v.i.2, and so on, using -beso (anim.), and -beda (man-). See bind.

Tiger; n.a. keche-kázhuhgans, (pl. -ug).

Tight. See tie.

Tighten. He t. it (e.g., a cord); o-sindahbegenaun, v.t.VII. (p.c. saun-).

Tile, or slate; n.i. uhpuhkóojegunáhbik.

Till (until); péenish, nahnáunzh.

Till. See plough, farm.

Timber (squared timber); cháugeguhegáusood metig, (see square, lumber). t is light-timbered (the country); zhéguhuhquah, v.i.1.

Time (time when); uhpé. At what time? Ahneen uhpé? or, Ahneen uhpe tebuhegun? - (o'clock)? Ahneen dusso tebuhegunag? A short time; uhjinnuh. A long t.; kenooäzh. All the t.; uhpuhna. A pretty good t.; nóomug. At that t.; ewh uhpé. From t. to t.; uhyahpe. Some t.; koomáhpe. A middling t.; koomáh menik. Just at that t.; nuhedah ewh uhpe, buhyátoozh. At the same t.; nahsaub uhpe, bákish. It is t. to -; me uhpé, me uhpé zhegwuh che-.

Time of day, &c. What time is it (daytime)? Ahneen apéech kezheguk? (night)? Ahneen apéech tebekuk. See arrive in time, waste time.

Timid (bashful). He is t.; ahgujjishke, ahgujjewáhdeze, v.n.3, (p.c. ag-). See shy, coward, bashful.

Tin; n.i. waubáhbik. Tin-kettle; waubuhkik, (pl. -oog).

Tinder (used with a flint); suhguhtáhgun.

Tingle. It tingles in his ears; bebáhgesha, v.n. 2, (p.c. bab-).

Tinkle. It t.; mudwayáhbikesin, v.i.5.

Tiny. He, it, is t.; áhpeche-ühgáhshe, áhpeche-ühgáhsah, v.n.3, v.i.I.

Tip (point); n.i. wuhnuhkoowin.

Tipsy. He is t.; shóowebe, v.n.3a. See drunk.

Tiptoe. He stands on t.; cheesegahbuhwe, v.n.3, (p.c. chaus-).

Tire (tired). He is t.; uhyákooze, v.n.3, (p.c. aya-) -- (carrying s.-th.); uhyakooshkooso, ahkóoshkooso, v.n.4, (p.c. ak-). It tires him; od-uhyakooshkahgoon, od-ahkooshkáhgoon. v.t. II. in. obj. He is t. (from working hard); uhyaqueewe, v.n.3a, pekekewátah, v.n.1. He is t. of sitting; ishkuhbe, v.n.3. He is t. of lying down; ishkeshin, v.n.6. He feels t. in his legs; uhyákookahda, v.n.2. So also feet, arms, &c., substituting seda, neka, &c., for kahda. See exhausted.

Tired (disgusted). He is t. of s.-th -; zheguhdándum, v.n.5, (p.c. zhag-). He is t. of him, it; o-zheguhdánemaun, -dándaun, v.t.I., VII. In compos., zhegúd, thus: He is t. of walking; zhegúdoosa. - of writing; zhegújjebeëga. of waiting; zhegújjepeéö. - of repeating s.-th; zhegudáhnuhgedoon, v.n.6, (p.c. zhag-).

Tiresome, He, it, is t.; megooshkáhdandáhgooze, -dáhgwud, v.i.10.

Tithe; medauching menik.

Title. See name.

To. (To, in, at, on, expressed by -ng as affix, thus: ketegáuning; to the field). See page 30.

To; che-. Thus: To go; che-ezhaung. To be sure; (adv.) ahnéengwuhnuh.

Toad; n.a. omuhkukee, (pl. -,g). A large kind; tanda, (pl. -g).

Toadstool; n.i. pekwujjish, (pl. -un).

Tobacco;n.a. ahsámah. The t. is fresh; tepáhbuggeze, v.n.3- He smokes pure tobacco; metáhkoosega, v.n.2. He uses t. mixed with bark, &c.; uhpáhkoosega. See weed.

Tobacco-pouch; n.a. kishkebetáhgun, (pl. -ug).

To-day; noongoom, noongoom kezhegud.

Toe; same as foot. Big t.; kechesedauns. He turns his t. in; wahwáhguhuhme, v.n.3a. He turns his toes out; zhuhzháhguhuhme, v.n.3a.

Together (all together); máhmuhwe. T. with; gege- (e.g., gegenéege, He is born with it). T. with one another, expressed by mod. B. Thus keneméëdemin, we dance together.

Toil. He t. (is oppressed with labour); kootuhgewe, v.n.3. (p.c. kwa-).

Token. See sign.

Tolerably; enewag.

Toll. Sanse as tax.

Tomahawk; n.i. wahgáhkwudoons, wahgahkwudoons opwaugan, (pl. -un).

Tomb. See grave.

Tomorrow; wahbung. To-m. morning wahbung kegeshab. The day after to.-m.; uhwús wahbung.

Ton (of hay); ningodwank tuhkoobedág, (i.e., 100 bundles of 15 lbs. each 15 cwt.)

Tone; n.i. inwáwin. He speaks in such a tone; inwa, v.n.2.

Tongs; n.i. tuhquáunjegun, (pl. -un).

Tongue; n.i. dánuhnewh. His t. is cut off; kishkedanuhnewe, v.n.3. He cuts off his t.; o-kishkedánuhnewázhwaun, v.t.V., (p.c. kaush-). His t. is swollen; páugedánuhnewe, v.n.3. He puts out his t.; sáhgedanuhnewane, v.n.3. He shows him his t.; o-sahgedanuhnewátuhwaun, v.t.II, (p.c. suhyah-).

Tonic; n.i. mushkuhweëwá-mushkeke.

Too (also); kuhya.

Too (too much); osaum-, osaum nebewuh. Thus osáumedoon, he talks too much; osaum nebewuh ahtá, there is too much of it.

Too much (in excess). There is too m.; uhnewesámuhgud, ozaum nebewuh. He puts too m.; od- uhnewesetoon, ozaum-nebwuhs oduhtoon, or odoozaumetoon. Too many; osaum nebewuh.

Too late; osaum weekah. Too l. (after a thing is done) báhbesena. Just too l.; náhnuhbam. He arrives too l.; mádahsekahga, v.n.2, (p.c. muhya-). See arrive.

Too soon; osaum weebah. See premature.

Tool; n.i. uhnookausoowin, (pl. -un).

Tooth; n.i. wéebiduhmah. My, thy, his t.; neebid, keebid, weebid, (pl. un-). He has t.; oweebidah, v.n.I, (p.c. waw-). In compos., -beda. Thus He gets his t. (a child); sahguhbeda. He loses his t.; benáhbeda. He gets his other t.; áunduhbeda:s. He has bad t.; máhmáhduhbeda. - good t.; minwahbeda. - even t.; ooneahbeda.- small t.; pesáhbeda. - large t.; muhmungáhbeda. -- forked t.; náhsuhwáhbeda. - irregular t.; tuhwáhheda. - long t-; guhgáunwahbeda. - rotten t.; moosawahbeda. - - sharp t.; kéenahbeda. -- white t.; wahbishkahbeda. His t. are set on edge; shooshoowahbeda, (all v.n.2), see pull out. Large t. (grinder); ketahbid, (pl. -un). His t. are all gone; metáshkuhnega, v.n.2.

Tooth-ache. He has t.-a.; dáwáhbeda, v.n.2, or od-áhkoosin weebid, see pain.

Toothpick; n.i. nasagwaupedaöon, (pl. -un).

Tooth-forceps; n.i. buhquahbedápejegun.

Top (summit, point); n.i. wuhnukoowin. There is a top; wuhnukoowun, v.i.6. The top of the tree is broken; kishkahnukeze metig.

Top (plaything); n.a. pemegahchegun, toowáëgun, (pl. -ug). He spins his t. pemegahehega, toowaëga, v.n.2, (p.c. pam, twa-)

Torch; n.i. wauswáhgun, (pl. -un). T. stick; wauswahgunáuk.

Torment; n.i. kooduggetoowin, kooduggezewin.

Torment. He t.; kooduggeëwa, v.n.2, (p.c. kwa-). He t. him; o-kooduggeäun, v.t.I. He t. himself; kooduggeëdezo, mod. A. He is t.; kooduggetoo, v.n.4a.

Tormentor; p.n.a. kwaduggeëwad, (pl. -jig).

Torn. It is t.; péegooshkah, v.i.I; péegoobejegáuso, .gáhda, v.t.9. It is t. to pieces; nuhnegooshkáhmuhgud, v.i.8. See tear.

Tornado; n.a. mesepesedóose, (pl. -wug).

Torpid. He is t.; neboongwaum, or neboowandahgoze.

Tortoise; n.a. meshéka, (pl. -yug). T. shell; meshékawedúshwah, (pl. -g).

Torture. See torment.

Tossed. He is t. about (at sea) kooduggewábuhöogoo, v.n.4, (p.c. kwa-).

Total (all together); máhmuhwe.

Touch. He t.; táungenega, .v.n.2, (p.c. tuhyaun-). He t. him, it; o-taungenaun, v.t.I., VII. He does not dare t. him, it; o-mahnáhtaungenaun, v.t.I., VII. He makes it t. s.-th.; o-táungessetoon, v.t.VIII. It touches; táungesechegähda, v.i.9. It t. the bottom: e.g., a canoe; báhgwesin, v.i.5, (p.c. buhyah-).

Tough. It is t.; (in. an.) zhéebun, zheeheze, v.i.6, v.n.3, (p.c. zhaub-).

Tour. See journey, expedition.

Tow; n.i. uhsuhbáub.

Toward; enuhkukáyah.

Towel; n.a. kesingwaöon, (pl. -un).

Tower; n.i. kache-ishpaug wahkuhegun, (pl. -un)

Town; n.i. odánah, (pl. -wun). There is a t.; odánahwun, v.i.6, (p.c. wad-).

Toy; n.i. oduhmenowáhgun, (pl. -un).

Traces; n.i. wekoobejegunun.

Track (footstep); okahwewin, pemekahwáwin, (pl. -un). There are tracks; pemekahwáhda, v.i.2, (p.c. pa-). He t.; okahwe, v.n.3, (p.c. wa-). - of both feet; azhesedákahwe. There are t. on the road; okahwuhmo meekunuh. He leaves large t.; mungishkum, v.n.5. - small t.; péwishkum, v.n.5. He loses the t.; wuhnuháhjega, v.n.2. He comes upon his t.; o-mezháhahnaun, v.t.III. He sees his, its track; od-okahweäun, od-okahwetoon, v.t.I., VIII, (p.c. wak-). See trail.

Trade; n.i. enuhnookeewin. In compos., -kawin, thus : Bakerís trade; buhquázhegunekáwin. Fur or other article given in trade; uhtuhwáhgun, (pl. -un). He t. with him; od-uhdáhmaun, v.t.I.

Trader; n.a. uhdahwáwenene, (pl. -wug).

Trading; n.i. uhtaundewin.

Tradition; n.i. uhdesokaun, uhyálineka-debdhjemoowin, (pl. -un).

Trail (as road); meekunuh, meekun. On the t.; meekunaung. He makes a t.; tr.; meekunuhka, v.n.2. (p.c. mah-). He loses the tr.; o-wuhnuhuhdoon meekunuh, v.t.VIII. He can go everywhere without a trail; netahwuhkummega, v.n.2. Trail of wild animals; omoonsoom, (pl. -in). He steps out of the t.; wuhnuhuhjéga, kooshquátuhkooke, v.n.2, 3a. See track, road.

Train. See railway.

Train up. He t. him up; o-netáhwegeäun, v.t.I., (p.c. nat-).

Traitor; n.a. pahtahëwad, (pl. -jig).

Trample. He t. it under foot; o-tuhtukookáhdaun uhnáumesid, v.t.VII.

Tranquility. See peace.

Transcribe. See copy.

Transfer. He t. it to him; úhpeche o-menaun, od-ahnekamneenaun. See give, remove.

Transfigure. He t. himself; aunjenahgweëdezo, mod. A. See appear.

Transform. He t. himself; áhweëdezo.

Transgress. He t.; pahtahezhechega, pahtáhdoodum, v.n.2, 5, (p. a. pahyah-). See sin, break.

Transgression; n.i. pahtahdoodumoowin, (pl. -un).

Translate (writing). He t.; ahnekuhnóotuhbeëga, v.n.2, (p.c. uhyah-). He t. it; od-ahnekuhnóotuhbeäun, v.t.VII. He t. it into Indian; od-ahnishenahbáwesetoon, v.t.VIII. It is t.; ahnekuhnootuhbeëgahda, v.i.9.

Translation; n.i. ahnekuhnootuhbeëgun.

Translator; n.a. ahneknhnootuhbeëgawenene, (pl. -wug).

Transmit. He t. it; o-ninduhewan, v.t. VI., (mm. c. pan-). He t. it to him; o-ninduhaun, v.t.I. See send.

Transparent. it is t.; seebewahsayah. It is t., thin (stuff, &c.); zheebuhwuhta, (-so), v.i.2, (p. a. zháu-).

Transparent stuff; n.i. zheebuhwuhsáëgin.

Trap (spring t.); n.i. dussónahgun, (pl. -un). He sets a t.; od-oombuhaun dussonahgun, v.t.VII. (p.c. wamb-). He sets t.; ooneëga, v.n.2. He sets a t. for him; od-ooneühmuhwaun, v.t.II., (p.c. wan-). He opens a t.; o-tahwuhnoobedoon dussonahgun, n. t. VIII. He goes to his t.; nahdussónahguhna, v.n.2. He catches him in a t.; o-dussóonaun, v.t.III., (p.c. das-). He is trapped; dussóoso, v.n.4. He escapes from a t.; buhnekooso, v.n.4. See snare.

Travail. See birth.

Travel. He t. (by land); pahbahmáhdeze, v.n.3, (p.c. pab-). - (by water); pemishkah, v.n.1, (p.c. pam-). See journey.

Traveller; n.a. pabahmáhdezid, (pl. -jig).

Treacherous. He is t.; wuhnesnhewa, or netah wuhyazhinga.

Treacle. See molasses.

Tread (see step). He t. on him, it; o-tuhkookáhnaun, o-tuhkookahdaun, v.t. III., VII. (p.c. tak-). He treads on his foot; o-tuhkoosedáshkuhwaun, v.t.II. So also hand, arm, &c., substituting ninje, neka, for seda. See trodden.

Tread out. He t. it out; (in.) o-buhwishkaun, o-memegóoshkaun; (an.) o-buhwishkuhwaun, o-memegóoshkuhwaun, v.t. VII., II. (p.c. baw-, mame-).

Treasure; n.i. ahsúnjegoowin, (pl. -un). He treasures up; ahsunjego, v.n.4, (p.c. as-). He t. it up; od-ahsunjegoon, v.t.VI.

Treasure-house; n.i. ahsúnjegoon, (pl. -un).

Treat. He t. him, it, so; o-dooduhwaun, o-doodaun, v.t.II., VII, (p.c. andoo-), thus: He t. him well; o-meno-dooduhwaun. -ill; o-mujje-dooduhwaun, or, od-áhbinjeäun, v.t.I.

Tree; n.a. metig, (pl. -oog). There are tr.; metigookah, v.i.I., (p.c. mat-). There. are a number of tr. together; pekwukwah, v.i.1. At the top of a tr.; wuhnuhkoong. The tr. is getting its leaves; sáhgebugeze metig, v.n.3. The tr. is dry; meshewahtegoowe metig, v.n.3. -- is hollow; weembenekeze metig. -- is straight and smooth; oonáhkooze metig. There is sound of tr. grating against each other; kesebahkwud, v.i.7. Tree, in compos., -áhtig, uhgáhwunzh. Thus.; shoomenáhtig, a vine; meshemináhtig, apple. tree; puhgásaunuhgáhwunzh, plum. tree.

Tremble. He tr.; neningishkah, v.n.1, (p.c. nan-), neningepenego, v.n.4. He tr. in his heart; neningedaä, v.n.2. He tr. with fear; neningeságese, v.n.3. See shake, ground.

Tremendous; adj. kuhgwahnesugge-.

Trench; n.i. puhsáhnekaun. See ditch.

Trespass. See transgress.

Tribe; n.i. enoodáwezewin. He belongs to the bear t.; muhquáh od-odámenun, v.t.VI. See crest, family.

Tribulation; n.i. kooduggándumoowin.

Tribunal; n.i. tebáhkoonewuhbewin.

Tribute. See tax.

Trick. See cheat, puzzle.

Trifle (a worthless thing); wágoodoogwánish,

Trifle. He tr. (fools) with it; o-kóoujjetoon, v.t.VIII, (p.c. kwah-).

Trifling (unimportant). It is a tr. matter; inwausomuhgud.

Trigger; n.i. nesuhtanegun. He pulls the tr.; nesuhtanega, v.n.2.

Trim. He (or she) tr. it (e.g., dress) o-niskahgwuhaun, v.t.VII. See embroider.

Trinity, The; owh Naswáhdezid Muhnedoo.

Trip. See expedition.

Triple. He tr. it; o-neswáhdezetoon, v.t.VIII.

Triumph. He tr.; keche-mahmáunzhetwah, v.n.I, (p.c. kach-).

Triumph; n.i. mahmaunzhetwáhwin.

Trivial. See trifling.

Trodden. He, it is tr. upon; tuhkookahjegáuso, -gáhda, v.i.9, (p.c. tak-). It is tr. or beaten down (herbs) &c.; mahmahgooshkahjegahda, sahwáshkesin. See trample, tread.

Troop. See multitude, herd, flock.

Trophy; n.i. muhmaunzhetwahwinekekenuhwahchechegun.

Trouble; n.i. kushkándumoowin. Tr. of heart; n.i. kushksndumedaäwin.

Trouble. He is in tr. (sad); kushkandandum, v.n.5, (p.c. kash). He is tr. in his mind: neshewuhnáhdandum, v.n.5. His h. is t.; kushkandumedaä, v.n.2. He causes tr. (disturbance); neshewuhnahdukummegeze, v.n.3, (p.c. nash-). He causes tr. by his words; neshewuhnáujekéezhwa, v.n.2. We tr. each other; ke-neshewuhnáujeëdemin, mod. B. There is tr.; neshewuhnáhduhkummegud, v.i.7. He tr. (annoys) him; o-megooshkáhjeäun, v.t.I.. (p.c. mag-). It tr. him; o-megooshkáhjeëgoun. He is tr. excited; ojahnemándum, v.n.5. He is in t.; distress; áhnemeze, v.n.3. See embarrass.

Troublesome. He is troublesome; megooshkshdeze, wuhnishquase, v.n. 3, (p.c. mag-, wan-). See frivolous.

Trough; n.i. uhtoóhun, (pl. -un.) (manger); wesenewahgun, (pl. -un). - (for catching sap); bisketánahgun, (pl. -ug).

Trousers; n.i. keboodayágwuhsoon, (pl. -un).

Trout; n.a. nahmágoos, (pl. -ug). There are trout; nahmagoosekah, v.i.I.

Trowel (mason's); n.i. wahbegunuhegun, shooshquahbegunuhegun, (pl. -un).

Truant; p.n.a. kuhyahgemeed, (pl. -jig).

Truce; n.i. poonanindewin, or pezaunanindewin. They make a tr.; poonanindewug.

True. It is t.; dabwámuhgud, v.i.8, (p.c. duhy-). It is considered tr.; dabwayandáhgwud, v.i.10.

Truly; kagat.

Trumpet; n.i. pootáhjegun. (pl. -un) He blows a tr.; pootáhjega, v.n.2, (p.c. pwah-).

Trunk. See box.

Trust; n.i. ahpánemoowin. He tr. in him, it; od-ahpánemoonun, -moon, v.t.VI., (p.c. ap-). He tr. in himself; ahpánindezo, mod. A. He tr. him; odahpánemaun, v.t.I.

Trustworthy. He is t.; dabwayandáhgooze, v.n.3, (p.c. duhya-).

Truth; n.i. dabwawin. He speaks the tr.; dabwa, v.n.2, dabwatáhgooze, v.n.3, (p.c. duhya-). He tells the tr. of him; o-dábemaun, v.t.I.

Truthful. He is tr.; netahdabwa, dabwatáhgooze.

Truthfulness; dabwatáhgoozewin.

Try. He tr.; koojewe, weekwujjetoo, v.n.3, 4e., (p.c. kwa-, wah-). In compos., kooje-, weekwujje-, nunduh-, kuhgwa-. He tr. him, it; o-koojeäun, o-koojetoon, v.t.I., VIII., o.weekwnj, jeaun, o-weekwujjetoon, a. 1. 1., VIII. He tr. (examines) him, it; o-koojekekánemaun, o-koojekekándaun, v.t.I., VII. He tr. it on (a coat, boot, &c.) o-koosekaun, v.t.VII. He tr., but with little effect; inwáuso, v.n.4. He tr. (tempts) him; o-kuhgwájeäun, v.t.I. He tr. to kill him; o-nunduhnesaun. He tr. his pulse ; o-koojeneka. He tr. to lead him along; o-weekwujjewenaun, v.t.III. He tr. to frighten him; o-kuhgwásagemaun, v.t.I., (p.c. kagw-).

Tub; n.i. muhkukoosug, (pl. -oon)

Tube; n.i. okij, weembahbik.

Tuesday; n.i. neezhokezhegisd. On T.; nauzho-kezhegukin. Every T.; andusso-neezho-kezheguk. Last T.; ke-neezho-kezheguk. The T. before last; uhwus-wáde ke-neezho-kezheguk. The T. after, n.; uhwuswade-ka-neezho-kezheguk. N0TE..-The English words are generally used by educated Indians, thus, last Tuesday, ke-Tuesday-wung.

Tuft of hair (cue); n.i. sagebunwaun, (pl. -un). He wears a t.; sagebunwaune, v.n.3.

Tug; n.i. ishkoota-nahhequaunans.

Tumble. He t. (falls hard; puhketáshin, v.n.6, (p.c. pak-). He t. down; oondahgoojin, v.n.6, (p.c. wan-). He t. down stairs, or a ladder; nesaunduhwáshin.

Tumbler (glass); n.i. menequaujegun, (pl. .un).

Tumour. Set cancer.

Tumult. There is a t.; ojáhnemuhkummegud. See riot.

Tumultuous. They are t.; ojáhnemuh, kummegezewug, v.n.3 pl.

Tune; n.i. inwáwin. He gives a t. to it, or he sets the t.; od-inwátoon, v.t.VIII., (p.c. anw-).

Tunnel. See hollow.

Turban; n.i. puhsegwábesoon, wewequandebabesoon, (pl. -un).

Turbid. It is turbid; puhquabegumme, v.i.3.

Turkey; n.a. mesesá, (pl. -g).

Turn. He t.; quáke, quaketah, quakegáhbuhwe, v.n.3a., 1, 3, (p.c. quuhya-). In compos., quake.. He t. this way (standing); pe-quakegahbuhwe- (sitting); pé-quakuhbe, v.n.3, (p.c. pah-). He t. another way (standing) quakegahbuhwe. - (sitting); quakuhbe He t. him, it; o-quakeäun, o-quaketoon, v.t.I., VIII. He t. (influences) his mind; o-quakandumeäun, v.t.I., see change the mind. He turns towards him, it; o-quáketuhwaun, o-quáketaun, v.t.II., VII, It turns; quákesin, v.i.5. It is turned; (in.) quakenegahda; (an.) quakenegahso, v.i.9.

Turn over. He t. him, it over; o-quakenaun, v.t.I., VII., (p.c. quuhya-). He t. it over for him; o.quakenuhmuhwaun, mod. c. He t. it over (metal, &c.); o-quakahbekesedoon, -shemaun, v.i.VIII., I. - (stuff, &c.): o-quakeegenaun, v.t.I., VII. See inside-out, upside-down.

Turn round (twist, screw, revolve). He, it, t. round; kezhábahtah, pémiskootah, v.n.1, pemiskootahmuhgud, v.i.8, (p.c. kazh-, paum-). He t. his head; pemiskooquáne, v.n.3. He t. round till he falls; kezhebahdenooqua, v.n.2. He t. round till he is giddy kewushquádenooqua, v.n.2. He t. it round (twisting); in. an o-pemiskootoon, o-pemiskoonaun, v.t.VIII., III.

Turn (alter direction). He t. (standing) áhbuhmegáhbuhwe, v.n.3, (p.c. uhyah-). - (running); ahbuhmebuhtoo. - (flying); ahbuhmesá. The river t.; áhbuhmetegwayah seebee. The current t.; ahbuhnsoojewun. He t. his canoe to return; keewagoomo, v.n.4, (p.c. kah-).

Turn out of doors. He t. him out; sahgejewabenaun, v.t.I., (p.c. suhy-). He t. him out, beating him; o-sahgedahguhnahmaun, v.t.I.

Turn. My, thy, his t.; nenetúm, kenetúm, wenetum. By t. mamáshkwud.

Turnip; n.i. chées, (pl. -un).

Turret. See pinnacle.

Turtle; n.a. shingahdámequaun, (pl. -ug), pooséekahdoo, (pl. -g), muhkekenauk, (pl. -wug). T. shell dushwáh.

Tusk. He has a tusk; keche-genwahbeda.

Tutor. See school-master.

Tweezers. See pincers.

Twelfth; ako 'zhe neezhing.

Twelve; medauswe 'zhe neezh. It is t. at noon; náhwuhqua, v.i.2. It is t. at night; áhbettuhtebekud, v.i.7. Twelve hundred medauswe 'zhe neezh dusswauk.

Twenty; neezhtuhnuh. See forty.

Twice; neezhing. Twice each naneezhing.

Twig; n.i. oonemik, odekwaus, or metigoons, (pl. -un, -oon).

Twilight. It is t.; tebekáhbuhmenahgwnd, n.i. 10.

Twin; n.a. neezhooda, (pl. -yug). She bears t.; neezhoodáëka, v.n.2.

Twine for nets; n.i. uhsúbekáyaub. See string.

Twirl. He tw. round; kezheebahsa, kezhéebuhtah, v.n.1. He tw. it, (e.g., a top); o-kezheebahwabenaun, a-toowáëgan, v.t.VII., VI.

Twist. He tw. it with a stick; pemáhkwuhega, v.n.2. He tw. it; (in. an.) o-pemáhkwuhaun, o-pemáhkwahwaun, v.t.VII., V., (p.c. pahm-). He tw. him, it; o-pémenaun, v.t.I., VII. He tw. it round s.-th.; o-tetebáhbesedoon, v.t.VIII., (p.c. tat-). He tw. (curls) it (e. g., the hair); o-tetebáhkwuhaun, v.t.VII. It is t. (curled); tetebáhooda, v.i.2. He t. tobacco; o-pemebuggenaun (ahsámah), v.t.III., (p.c. pah-). He t. threads together to make a string; sháhshuhbwahbegenega, v.n.2, (p.c. shuhyah-).

Twisted-line (as made by the Indians); sháhshuhbwahbegenegun.

Twisting-stick; n.i. pemáhkwuhegun.

Two; neezh. In compos., neezho: e.g., breadths, canoes, handsfull, &c. We are two; keneezhemin, mod. a. There are two things; neezhenoon. It is two o'clock; neezho-tebuheguna, v.i.2, (p.c. nauzh-).

Two hundred; neezhwauk.

Two thousand; neezhing medáuswauk.

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