deer, buck deer

ta  wa-sh'a-ke  hi  (tta waʔke hi)  

deer - large - very

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

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ta (tta)

deer, ruminant, meat, especially dried meat (RR-Quapaw)

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wa-sh'a-ke (waʔke)

large, be large (RR-Quapaw)

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hi (hi)

very, with numerals: just, only (RR-Quapaw)

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Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

         ta (tta) - deer, ruminant, meat, especially dried meat (RR-Quapaw)

         ta (ta) - dried meat, especially buffalo, elk, or deer meat, jerky (Omaha/Ponca)

         ta-xti (táxti) - deer (Omaha/Ponca)

         ta (ta) - dried meat (Omaha)

         ʰta (t̩a) - the deer, meat of any kind, deer, archaic - ta-xtsi, the flesh of this animal was used by the Osage and Omaha for food and the skin for clothing, the sinew was used for sewing (FL-Osage)

         ʰta (ʰtáa) - deer, doe, fawn, buck, meat (CQ-Osage)

         ta (ta) - deer, meat of any sort (Kanza)

         ta-xtsi (txc) - deer (Kanza)

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        wa-sh'a-ke (waʔke) - large, be large (RR-Quapaw)

         zha-ge (zhge) - enlarge, made larger, enlarged, as a hole (Omaha/Ponca)

         ba-zha-ge (bá-zha-ge) - to enlarge a hole with a knife (FL-Osage)

         zha-ge (zhge) - split, opened wider (Kanza)

         da-zha-ge (dázhage) - split, enlarge a hole by burning (Kanza)

         yu-zha-ge (yuzhge) - split something, tear a larger hole (Kanza)