cook

o-ki-o-hoⁿ  (ókiohǫ)     
cook for someone Speaker - Alice Crawfish Gilmore

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o-ki-hoⁿ  (ókihǫ)                

cook for someone

Speaker - Odestine McWatters

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o-ki-hoⁿ (ókihǫ)

boil food for someone (RR-Quapaw)

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o-ki-o-hoⁿ (ókkiohǫ)

cook (RR-Quapaw)

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Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

ˇ         o-ki-hoⁿ (ókihǫ) - boil food for someone (RR-Quapaw)

ˇ         o-ki-o-hoⁿ (ókkiohǫ) - cook (RR-Quapaw)

ˇ         u-ʰki-hoⁿ (u-k̩í-hoⁿ) - to cook something for one's self, u-wa-ʰki-hoⁿ (u-wá-k̩i-hoⁿ) - I cooked for myself, u-tha-ʰki-hoⁿ (u-thá-k̩i-hoⁿ) - you cooked for yourself, oⁿ-gu-ʰki-hoⁿ i (oⁿ-gú-k̩i-hoⁿ i) - we cooked for ourselves (FL-Osage)

ˇ         o-ʰki-hoⁿ (óoʰkihǫǫ) - cook for oneself, take care of a meal when asked to do so, put on a feast, boss oversee an event, o-wa-ʰki-ha (oowáʰkiha) - I cook for myself (CQ-Osage)

ˇ         o-yo-ki-haⁿ (oyókihŕⁿ) - boil together in something, cook things together (Kanza)

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ˇ         o-hoⁿ (ohǫ) - cook, boil, o-a-hoⁿ (oahǫ) - I cook, o-da-hoⁿ (odahǫ) - you cook, oⁿ-ko-hoⁿ-we (ǫkohǫwe) - we cook (RR-Quapaw)

ˇ         u-hoⁿ (uhoⁿ) - broil, cook, a cook (Omaha)

ˇ         u-hoⁿ (ú-hoⁿ) - the act of cooking, to cook by boiling or stewing, u-wa-hoⁿ (u-wá-hoⁿ) - I am cooking, u-tha-hoⁿ (u-thá-hoⁿ) - you are cooking, oⁿ-gu-hoⁿ i (oⁿ́-gu-hoⁿ i) - we are cooking (FL-Osage)

ˇ         o-hoⁿ (oohó̜) - cook, prepare food, person who cooks, o-a-haⁿ (ooáhą) - I prepare it, o-tha-haⁿ (oođáhą) - you prepare it, aⁿ-ko-hoⁿ (ąkóohǫ) - we prepare it (CQ-Osage)

ˇ         o-hoⁿ (óohǫ) - cook things, cook stuff (CQ-Osage)

ˇ         oⁿ-haⁿ (oⁿháⁿ) - boiling, a kettle (Kanza)

ˇ         o-yo-haⁿ (oyóhaⁿ) - boil in a kettle, cook in (Kanza)

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ˇ         ki (ki) - for the benefit of someone (CQ-Osage)