ring, finger ring

 

naⁿ-piu-zo-di-xda  (nąpzdixd)

 

finger - to thrust into

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naⁿ-pe o-di-xda (ną́pe dixd)

ring, a finger ring (RR-quapaw)

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Dhegiha Language Family Comparison

  • naⁿ-pe o-di-xda (ną́pe dixd) - ring, a finger ring (RR-Quapaw)
  • noⁿ-be u-thi-xtha (noⁿbe uthixtha) - ring (Omaha)
  • noⁿ-be u-thi-xtha (noⁿ-b u-thi-xtha) - noⁿ-be, finger; u-thi-xtha, to thrust into, to-thrust-finger-into: a ring, ring for finger (FL-Osage)
  • naⁿ-be o-yu-xla (naⁿb oyxla) - ring (Kanza)

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  • naⁿ-pe o-za  (nąp oz) - fingers (RR-Quapaw)
  • u-za-be (uábe) - fingers (Omaha)
  • sha-ge u-za-be (shá-ge u-a-be) - fingers (FL-Osage)
  • o-za-be (ozbe) - digits, fingers and toes (Kanza)

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  • u-thi-xtha (u-thi-xtha) - to thrust in (FL-Osage)
  • o-yu-xla-k'e (oyxlak') - to thrust or punch into a hole with a spade, stick, etc. but not straight down, making an angle with the direction of the first thrust or digging, dig in at an angle, as with a spade, o-yu-xla-a-k'e (oyxlaak') - I thrust or punch into a hole, o-yu-xla-ya-k'e (oyxlayak') - you thrust or punch into a hole, o-yu-xla-k'e (oyxlak') - he/she/it thrust or punch into a hole, aⁿ-go-yu-xla-k'a-be (aⁿgyuxlak'abe) - we thrust or punch into a hole, o-yu-xla-ya-k'a-be (oyxlayak'abe) - you plural, thrust or punch into a hole, o-yu-xla-k'a-be (oyxlak'be) - they thrust or punch into a hole (Kanza)