fry, fried

we-kdi  o-ta-haⁿ  (wkdi otahą)

grease, lard, oil - to be cooked by heat

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we-kdi (wkdi)

grease (RR-Quapaw)

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o-ta-haⁿ  (otahą)

to be cooked by heat

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Fried meat, cooked with the grease.

 

ta we-kdi  o-ta-haⁿ  (tta wkdi otahą)

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

meat - grease, lard - to be cooked by heat

 

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fry bread  

wa-ske we-kdiu-ta-haⁿ (wask wkdi otahą)

Speaker - Maude Supernaw

bread - grease, lard - to be cooked by heat  
  Speaker - Mary Lane Redeagle and Fannie Goodeagle Richards

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Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

         we-kdi (wkdi) - grease (RR-Quapaw)

         we-gthi (wgthi) - fat, grease, oil, the soft fat of animals (Omaha/Ponca)

         we-gthi (wé-gthi) - grease, oil, kerosene (FL-Osage)

         we-li (wéli) - oil, lard, grease or similar substance such as shoe polish, gasoline, kerosene (CQ-Osage)

         we-li (wéli), we-dli (wédli) - grease, oil (Kanza)

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         ta (tá) - by extreme temperature (RR-Quapaw)

         da (da) - a prefix denoting fire or the effects of fire in its destruction (FL-Osage)

         ta (táa) - by extreme of temperature, by heat or cold (CQ-Osage)

         da (d) - instrumental prefix, temperature, extreme, by heat or cold, more often by heat (Kanza)

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         o-hoⁿ (ohǫ) - cook, boil (RR-Quapaw)

         u-hoⁿ (uhóⁿ) - cook (Omaha/Ponca)

         u-hoⁿ (ú-hoⁿ) - the act of cooking, to cook by boiling or stewing (FL-Osage)

         o-hoⁿ (oohó̜) - cook, prepare food, person who cooks (CQ-Osage)

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

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

         oⁿ-hoⁿ (~ho~) - cook (Kanza)