rattle, bell


a-na-sha-da  (ánašáda)

upon the foot - rattle Speaker - Maude Supernaw


Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

  • noⁿ-sha-thu (noⁿ-shá-thu) - small bells tied to clothing which rattle when dancing (FL-Osage)
  • naⁿ-sho-we (naⁿshówe) - to rattle or ring by use of legs or feet, or with bells on the leggings, dress, or moccasins (Kanza)
  • naⁿ-sha-yo (naⁿsháyo), naⁿ-sho-we (naⁿshówe) - make ring by dancing, as rattles or small bells on the leggings, dress, or moccasins (Kanza)


  • di-sha-da (dišáda) - rattle (RR-Quapaw)
  • di-sha-sha-da (dišášada) - rattle, make a rattling noise (RR-Quapaw)
  • ka-sha-da (kašadá) - rattle by striking something, a-sha-da (ášada) - I rattle by striking something, da-sha-da (dášada) - you rattle by striking something, oⁿ-ka-sha-da-we (ǫkášadawe) - we rattle by striking something (RR-Quapaw)
  • a-ba-sha-thu (ábasháthu) - rattle, to make a rattling sound on something by pushing, said of nails, or pieces of iron falling on something and making a rattling sound (Omaha/Ponca)
  • sha-yo (shayó) - rattle, ring (Kanza)
  • sho-we (showé) - be the sound of a chain, etc., rattling, jingling (Kanza)