Shoshoni Dictionary

Found 2519 results beginning with K.

Shoshoni English Part of Speech Dialect Source
-(k)kanku adverbial:different-subject (simultaneous) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-(kan)te(n) adverbial:same-subject (durative; cf. STAT.) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-(kan)te(n) nominalizing suffixes (verb > noun) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ka adverbial:different-subject (resultative; after) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ka locative postposition (static) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ka postposition of goal (generic) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ka Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-ka'aH to cut something flexible.SG.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-ka'ah to cut or break something flexible Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-ka'iH to push something small.SG.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-ka'iH to move or shove something.SG.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-ka'wi comparative postpos. Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ka" to catch hold of something Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-ka(h)ti postposit. adjunct; motion inside spec. area Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ka(n)(ten) aspectual:stative Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kacih mash Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kahte postpositional adjunct (at/in spec. area) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kahtu postposition of goal (generic) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kai to possess (inherently), to have, to be . . .y Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kai(h) verbalizing postpositions (noun/adj. > verb) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ka̲i̲te(n) adverbial:suffix (color; latter NW. Sho.) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kamma(n) incorp. aux. verb (cf. TASTE) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kamma(n) incorp. aux. verb (cf. feel pain; need; want) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kanai to pull off TINSTRV Miller
-kandeN Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-kante(n) having, be characterized by; there is N, ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
-kante+n having, be characterized by N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
-kante+n having, be characterized by ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
-kante+n there is N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
-kante+n there is ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
-kantün one characterized by; possessing, having form adj & n sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-kantyn to have, to be characterized by Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kantyn to have, to be characterized by, to be in possession of, having Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kapa(n) locative postposition (between, midst) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kat(t)e" incorp. aux. verb of position (+/-durative) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-katyh to catch hold of, to hold in place Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kemmah(ka) loc. postposition (edge, beside(s); next to) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ken directional:motion (hither) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kepaH to break something hard in two.SG.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-kepiiH to break something hard in two.PL.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-ketaH to cut something flexible.PL.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-kewaka(hku) loc. postpos. (flank, beside, next; No. Sho.) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-keyaG to bring out.PL.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-ki adv:suffix (No. Sho; just arrived + Verb-ed) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ki prefinal aspectual:iterative (~ continuous) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ki [+ verb]-ed and just arrived Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-ki" this direction, toward speaker Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kicah, kica'ah to squeeze, to mash Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kii corner of Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kika rip, tear v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-kin directional:motion (hither) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kin come do, come and do, motion toward to do directional v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-kin ~ -kkin ~ -hin come (while) doing, do coming, motion towards doing direction v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-kin ~ -kkin ~ -hin inchoative; become, get aspect v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-kitah shave, scrape v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-kito'a scratch v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-kitso'o smash v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-kittsai to trample, to mash TINSTRV Miller
-kittseH to trample, to mash TINSTRV Miller
-kittsih lock v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-kittuih to scratch Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kka object pronoun root Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kka this, that dem base obj sg Panamint Dayley 1989
-kki prefinal aspectual:durative/iterative Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kki(h) locative spec. area pron. (+dem. prefixes) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kkih here/there LOC Crum&Dayley2
-kkih here/there Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
-kku(h) locative spec. area pron. (+dem. prefixes) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kkuh here/there LOC Crum&Dayley2
-kkuh here/there Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
-kkuh ~ -kkih in a defined area loc form Panamint Dayley 1989
-kkun resultative; as a result of, since, because aspect v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-kkwah when, if adv Panamint Dayley 1989
-ko random movement, here and there, around; durative, awhile directional v sfx & sfx & aspect v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-kohni to miss INSTRV Miller
-koicoih to shake Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kon ~ -kkon ~ -hon certainly, definitely, surely, for sure modal v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-konoih to hollow something out Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kontonah wrap v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-kontu'ih ~ -kkontu'ih ~ -hontu'ih will, shall, be about to tense v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-koo Miller
-koonih to move something back and forth, to turn something (around or over) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kopiih break (flexible object) into pieces v instr pl Panamint Dayley 1989
-kose" smash with a horizontal sliding motion v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-ku adverbial:different-subject (durative) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ku postpositional adjunct (motion to/into spec. area; -pait(t)u No. Sho.) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ku contemporative; when sub v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-ku Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-kua' go and [+ verb] Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-kukuiH to plow INSTRV Miller
-kukuiH to level INSTRV Miller
-kumpaH to kill with an instrument.SG.OBJ INSTRV Miller
-kun directional:motion (away) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kuna" throw v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-kunaih rub INSTR V Crum&Dayley2
-kunaih to make level TINSTRV Miller
-kunaih rub INSTR V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
-kunan might Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kuntupih to roll something up (e.g. a cigarette or newspaper), to roll out (e.g. dough) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-küpiih break (rigid object) into pieces v instr pl Panamint Dayley 1989
-kuppa locative postposition (inessive) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kuppah to break, to chop Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-küünah cover with, put on top of v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-kwa locative postposition (other side; far away) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kwa incorp. aux. verb of motion (No. Sho; go+do) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kwa Directional afverb, verb suffix, indicating movement away from speaker Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kwa Past tense, completed suddenly Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kwa Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-kwa'i adverbial:suffix (sequence; resultative) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kwa(n) aspectual:momentaneous completion Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kwa̲i̲'a̲i̲H to take out from a hole.SG.OBJ INSTRV Miller
-kwai'nna habitually [+ verb] Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-kwain directional:motion (random) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kwain in a random movement, here and there directional v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-kwaitoaH to shed TINSTRV Miller
-kwaitoaH to take off TINSTRV Miller
-kwaiyaH to take out from a hole.SG.OBJ INSTRV Miller
-kwaiyuiH to take out from a hole.PL.OBJ INSTRV Miller
-kwakwapi" incorp. aux. verb (prone/supine; durative) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kwan directional:motion (away) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kwan go to do, go and do, motion toward to do directional v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-kwan ~ -kkwan ~ -hwan away, go (while) doing, do going, motion away while doing directional v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-kwan ~ -kkwan ~ -hwan momentaneous completive aspect v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-kwana(h) incorp. aux. intrans.verb (smell of X) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kwantai to cause to wiggle and wobble TINSTRV Miller
-kwantu'ih ~ -kkwantu'ih ~ -hwantu'ih be going to aspect v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-kwantupiH to roll up INSTRV Miller
-kwantupiH to wrap INSTRV Miller
-kwapi" incorp. aux. verb (prone/supine; durative) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kwatoi to stir (liquid?) TINSTRV Miller
-kwayuiH to take apart.SG.OBJ INSTRV Miller
-kwayuiH to take apart.PL.OBJ INSTRV Miller
-kwen directional:motion (away) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kwen directional:motion (random) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-kwii" smoke n root Panamint Dayley 1989
-kwinih to scoop up, to eat with the fingers Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kwintoo stir INSTR V Crum&Dayley2
-kwintsunaH to twist something.SG.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-kwintsuniiH to twist something.PL.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-kwintsunono to twirl V Miller
-kwintsunuH to twirl V Miller
-kwintui" to mix, to stir Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kwintuih stir INSTR V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
-kwippyntaah to bend something Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kwitsipiH to swish TINSTRV Miller
-kwittsaiH to jerk something TINSTRV Miller
-kwittuna", -kwituna" to wring out Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kwitunaH to wring out.SG.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-kwitunaH wring (?) v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-kwituniih to wring out.PL.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-kwitupiH to wrap string or rope around something.SG.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-kwitupii to wrap string or rope around something.PL.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-kwyttih to stick something into something else Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kwytyah to skin (an animal), to remove the skin, to butcher Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kymah to sharpen (an edge or blade) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kynah to cover something Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-kynyh to press something Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
(kai̲) nittapu'i express a lack of confidence in or low opinion of; not express confidence in V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
(kai) sumpaitsappih not like, not love TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
(kai) sumpitsappih not like, not love TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
(kai̲) tapu'i not do well; be poorly; not be strong V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
(kapaayu) pantsawingkün shoe a horse Panamint Dayley 1989
(kia) nuu(n) modal particles:epistemic/deontic Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
k tshant good for nothing Shoshone Huntington 1872
k-gent bad Shoshone Huntington 1872
k-my beck don't kill Shoshone Huntington 1872
k-my-shun-bun-ny i do not know Shoshone Huntington 1872
k-shwuck forgot Shoshone Huntington 1872
k'oomp ground squirrel (Citellus) Goshiute Merriam 1979
ka rat, Rocky Mountain Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ka ke tant soft Shoshone Huntington 1872
ka naa" be X o’clock post vi Panamint Dayley 1989
ka-ppeh pod or shell of seed or nut-SUBJ N Miller
ka-ppeh-a pod or shell of seed or nut-OBJ N Miller
ka-sooch cheese Ute? Huntington 1872
ka'-bĭp Samara of Negundo, Acer, etc. Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ka'-na Bitter-root Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ka'-na-gwa-na Evening Primrose; Geranium; Crane’s Bill Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ka'-na-gwa-nu Evening Primrose Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ka'-na-gwa-nu Germanium Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ka'-na-gwa-nu Crane's foot Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ka'-nûm-pi; ka-nûm'-pi Atriplex confertifolia Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ka'ah break (of a flexible object).SG IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka'ah break (of a flexible obj).SG IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka'ah break (of a flex object) IV, INSTR V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka'ah break (of a flex obj) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka'ah break (flexible object) vi & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
ka'ataippüh broken (flexible object) pp Panamint Dayley 1989
ka'bo ni ŭts skunk, small spotted Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ka'i forehead N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka'i forehead-SUBJ N Miller
ka'i forehead N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka'i-a forehead-OBJ N Miller
ka'i-m-pata" forehead Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ka'i-m-putusii eyebrow N Miller
Ka'na-ba-ho-nû-pi Sandy, Salt Lake Co. Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
ka'ni ru ŭnts goat, Rocky Mountain Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ka'ni runts goat, Rocky Mountain Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ka'sĭ-tsi a girl Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
ka'wi more than, taller than, bigger than P WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka'wi gather together IV Crum&Dayley2
ka'wi more than, taller than, bigger than P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka'wi gather together IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka'wi-yai-ya a boy, also known as Po'gûm-pi Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
ka'wimpite gather together, come together IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka'wimpite gather together; come together IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka" at, to, toward P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka" about (a topic) P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka" at, to, toward; about (a topic) P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka"- house, wickiup, tipi N Miller
ka(“) at, to, in, on post Panamint Dayley 1989
kaa Yourself Graham 2008
kaa' Break (soft object) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kaa' About that Graham 2008
kaa", kaa-cci crow Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kaa(n) rat N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kaa+n rat N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kaaki rat Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaakki crow, raven n Panamint Dayley 1989
kaan rat-SUBJ N Miller
kaan rat Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
Kaan kwasi kwai'ahku! the end EXPR (idiom?) Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
Kaan kwasi kwai'ahku! the end (e.g., of a story) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kaan tetahain naappeh rat urine powder -- a medicine N Crum&Dayley2
kaan tetehain naappeh rat urine powder medicine N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kaan-a rat-OBJ N Miller
kaan-na rat-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kaappai in a little while TEMP Miller
kaattu cat n Panamint Dayley 1989
kade sit, reside Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kadz-at bad Ute? Huntington 1872
kah sing Ute? Huntington 1872
kah-hŭ' blue grouse (Dendragapus) Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
kah-moon'-gah-hă wilson snipe (Gallinago delicata) Panamint Merriam 1979
kah-seep rat urine Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
kah-seep rat urine Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
kah-tot'-se burrowing owl (speotyto) Panamint Merriam 1979
kah-wah-quah-see Equisetum spp. Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
kah-wah-quah-see Equisetum spp. Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
kah-wi'-yu horse Panamint Merriam 1979
kah' wood rat, round-tail (Neotoma) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
kah' wood rat, round-tail (Neotoma) shoshone of Central Nevada Merriam 1979
kah' wood rat, round-tail (Neotoma) Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
kah'-hă blue grouse (dendragapus) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
kah'-hah blue grouse (dendragapus) Ruby Valley, Nevada Merriam 1979
kah'-hah blue grouse (Dendragapus) Goshiute Merriam 1979
kah'-hoo blue grouse (dendragapus) Panamint Merriam 1979
kah'-ke raven (Corvus corax) Panamint Merriam 1979
kah'-mah black-tail jack rabbit (Lepus texianus group) shoshone of Central Nevada Merriam 1979
kah'-mah black-tail jack rabbit (Lepus texianus group) Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
kah'-mo black-tail jack rabbit (Lepus texianus group) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
kah'-moo snowshoe rabbit(Lepus klamathensis group) Panamint Merriam 1979
kah'-wo-dze'-ah ring-tail civet (Bassariscus) Panamint Merriam 1979
kaha(n) blue grouse N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kaha+n blue grouse N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kahaiwayu(n) be no more IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kahaiwayu+n be no more IV Crum&Dayley2
kahan grouse-SUBJ N Miller
kahan-a grouse-OBJ N Miller
kahan-na blue grouse-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kahk' raven (Corvus corax) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
kahk' crow (corvus americanus) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
kahk' raven (Corvus corax) Goshiute Merriam 1979
kahm'-boo'-yă redhead (Aythya americana) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
kahn house Ute? Huntington 1872
kahn-gwanna Salvia carnosa Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
kahn-gwanna Salvia carnosa Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
kahni house Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kahni house, home, building N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kahni house, building N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kahni house, wickiup, tipi-SUBJ N Miller
kahni house, home, building n Panamint Dayley 1989
kahni kasü katü" stay at home phrase Panamint Dayley 1989
kahni ko'e house top Panamint Dayley 1989
kahni pinnaitün beside the house Panamint Dayley 1989
kahni-a house, wickiup, tipi-OBJ N Miller
kahni-kkuppantym-kii (inside) corner of a house Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kahni-kyti house cat Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kahni-n-kii corner of a room Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kahni-nai-cci carpenter Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kahni-nai-nkyh to make a house for someone Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kahni-naih to build a house, to make camp Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kahni-ø house, building-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kahni'amih build a house, make camp vi incorp Panamint Dayley 1989
kahnikante(n) have a house; dwell, live ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kahnikante+n have a house ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kahnikante+n dwell, live ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kahnikantün dweller, resident; housed, having a house, dwelling adj & n Panamint Dayley 1989
kahninai build a house V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kahninai build a house V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kahnipa'i(n) have a house; dwell V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kahnipa'i+n have a house V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kahnipa'i+n dwell V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kahnipa'in dwell, live (in someplace), have a house v obj incorp Panamint Dayley 1989
kahnipüa neighbor n Panamint Dayley 1989
kahnittsi shack, hut, little house n Panamint Dayley 1989
kahnituah make camp vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kahnitümpe door n Panamint Dayley 1989
kahnitümpe house door Panamint Dayley 1989
kahontün away from, off of, off from post Panamint Dayley 1989
kahu grouse n Panamint Dayley 1989
kahümpüttsi mesquite bean seeds; diamonds in cards; diamond-shaped n Panamint Dayley 1989
kai at, to, toward P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai about (a topic) P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai at, to, toward; about (a topic) P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kai̲ no, not, don't, doesn't, didn't Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ no, not, don't, doesn't, didn't NEG WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲ no EXCL Miller
kai̲ himpai̲ not ever, never, not there ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ himpa̲i̲ not ever, never ADV Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲ kia naketsa surely not ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ naketsa surely not ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ naketsa surely not ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ natekkate(n) inedible, poisonous N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ natekkate+n inedible, poisonous N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲ natekkaten-na inedible, poisonous-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ nittapu'i express lack of confidence in or low opinion of V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ nittapu'i express lack of confidence in or low opinion of TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲ nittapu'i express a lack of confidence in or low opinion of V Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ puite(n) blind ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ puite+n blind ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲ puiten-i blind-OBJ ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ sampai̲ not even, likely not ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ sampAI not even ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲ sampAI likely not ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲ sampai not even ADV Miller
kai sumpaitsappih not like TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai sumpitsappih not like TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ tapu'i not do well, do poorly, be poorly, get worse; afraid of V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ tapu'i be not afraid of TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲ tapu'i not do well V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲ tapu'i not be strong V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ tapu'inna naakka not do well V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ tapu'inna naakka not do well V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ tepuihtapu'i be hardly able to see V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ tepuihtapu'i be hardly able to see V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ tepuihtapuinte(n) hardly able to see ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ tepuihtapuinte+n hardly able to see ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ tokaiyu not enough ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ tokaiyu not enough ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
Kai, ne kai u nankasumpana'inna No, I don't undertand (it) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Kai, ne kai u nankasumpana'inna. No, I do not understand (it). Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kai'-i-ûmp Missouri Currant Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kai'-si-na-bop Fleabane Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kai'ma finch, Allen’s rosy Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kai'ma finch, crimson Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kai'ma snow-bird, Mexican Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kai(“) mountain n form Panamint Dayley 1989
kaiccoh, tycowaih hat Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kaidenrankadogwesuwangande stubborn, skeptical Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaidivise FALSE Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaidiyax not afraid Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaidogwainde sin Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaidotsangande clean Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaidukande shallow Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaigetande fragile, easily torn Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaihaise sudembidekande He hasn’t returned yet. Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kai̲hai̲wa(n) no more, nothing, all gone ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ha̲i̲wa+n no more, nothing, all gone ADV Crum&Dayley2
kai̲hai̲wan naammi'a be dying, pass away IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ha̲i̲wan naammi'a be dying, pass away IV Crum&Dayley2
kaihinadogwaindingande unbelief Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaihinasumbanrayde dumb, foolish, stupid Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaihiningamande flat tasting Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kai̲kkai̲tsaa(n) not good, wrong, really bad ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲kka̲i̲tsaa+n not good, wrong, really bad ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kaikkisih, akaikkisih crackers Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
Kaikottantsi Indians from Panamint Mountains, especially Telescope Peak area n Panamint Dayley 1989
Kaikottin Panamint Mountains n Panamint Dayley 1989
kaikwasekande unripe Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaimahanite don’t Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaimpüwakiattü cliff swallow n Panamint Dayley 1989
kainazitiyaikande uncombed, shaggy Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kainyafaigande uneven Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kainyanrangadexi sit quietly Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ka̲i̲ppa̲i̲ in a little while ADV Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲ppa̲i̲ in a hurry ADV Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ppai̲(ttsi) in a little while; in a hurry ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ppa̲i̲ttsi in a little while ADV Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲ppa̲i̲ttsi in a hurry ADV Crum&Dayley2
kaippasokompi barn swallow n Panamint Dayley 1989
kaiq not Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaiqepaisuwe wakeful, not sleepy Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaisande bad Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kai̲se(n) not yet, before ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲se+n not yet, before ADV Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲sen not yet TEMP Miller
ka̲i̲sen before TEMP Miller
kaises not yet Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ka̲i̲sesen not yet TEMP Miller
ka̲i̲sesen before TEMP Miller
kaiseskwaasekande not ripe yet Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kai̲suante(n) thoughtless, dumb, retarded ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲suanten thoughtless, dumb, retarded ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kaisuwande mischievous, destructive Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaisuwaynde not want Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kai̲tai'kwa'a mute N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲tai'kwa'a mute N Crum&Dayley2
kaitaigwade hush up! Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaitaigwade ‘say no more’ Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kai̲te(n) never, not Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲te+n never, not NEG WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai̲ti never, not Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲ti never, not NEG WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kaiti" ~ keti" come off (spot of dirt) vi & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
ka̲i̲tsaan bad, no good, not well ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲tsaan no good, bad, ruined ADJ Miller
kai̲tsaan napuite(n) ugly, looking bad ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲tsaan napuite+n ugly, looking bad ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai̲tsaan neesunkanna feel bad, feel not well Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲tsaan neesunkanna feel bad, feel not well phrase Crum&Dayley2
kai̲tsaan(ten) bad, no good, not well ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kai̲tsaanku bad(ly) ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲tsaanku bad(ly) ADV Crum&Dayley2
ka̲i̲tsaante+n bad, no good, not well ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kai̲tsaayente(n) bad, no good, not well ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ka̲i̲tsaayente+n bad, no good, not well ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kaiwah Kiowa Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaiwananaan, kaiyunaan to be late Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kaiwani arrowpoint n Panamint Dayley 1989
kaiwenkadanakan uninhabited Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaiyanrangah be quiet, stop Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaiyattsih pine jay N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kaiyattsih pine nut bird-SUBJ N Miller
kaiyattsih pine jay N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kaiyattsih-a pine jay-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kaiyattsih-a pine nut bird-OBJ N Miller
kaiyavuikande invisible Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaiyewenkih motionless Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaiynyasuwevaidaika sleep soundly Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaiyu(n) late ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kaiyu+n late ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kaiyum-pi-tta edge-OBJ N Miller
kaiyum-pin edge-SUBJ N Miller
kaizanguvuika resentful, short tempered Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaizaqusumexa jealous Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaizaqusuwangande hate Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kakka" to cluck Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kakkaatattsi ~ takkaakattsi valley quail n Panamint Dayley 1989
kakkii corner of a house N Miller
kakku at, to, toward P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kakku about (a topic) P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kakku at, to, toward; about (a topic) P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kakkutusi small conical carrying basket n Panamint Dayley 1989
kakkutuun small cone-shaped basket used for gathering seeds and pine nuts-SUBJ N Miller
kakkutuun-a small cone-shaped basket used for gathering seeds and pine nuts-OBJ N Miller
kakoihe roof Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kaku maternal grandmother N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kaku grandchild of a woman N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kaku grandmother (mother's mother)-SUBJ N Miller
kaku grandchild (woman's daughter's child)-SUBJ N Miller
kaku mother’s mother; woman’s da.child Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
kaku grandmother (mother’s mother), grandchild (woman’s daugter’s child) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kaku maternal grandmother, granchild of a woman N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kaku-a maternal grandmother-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kaku-a grandchild of a woman-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kaku-a grandmother (mother's mother)-OBJ N Miller
kaku-a grandchild (woman's daughter's child)-OBJ N Miller
kaku-i grandmother (mother's mother)-OBJ N Miller
kaku-i grandchild (woman's daughter's child)-OBJ N Miller
kaku(ttsi) grandmother (MoMo); grandchild (DaCh ws) n Panamint Dayley 1989
kakuh grandmother (maternal) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kam-boonk hen Ute? Huntington 1872
kam'-moo black-tail jack rabbit (Lepus texianus group) Goshiute Merriam 1979
kamaka next to, close to, side of ADV Crum&Dayley2
kamaka next to, close to, side of P Crum&Dayley2
kamangande love Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kamatu next to, close to, side of ADV Crum&Dayley2
kamatu next to, close to, side of P Crum&Dayley2
kame-nnymy foreigner Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kame-ttaipo foreigner (of Caucasian) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kame-ttaipo foreigner Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kame" foreign Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kamma(n) hurt, ache, be sore, suffer, be in pain; taste IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kamma+n taste IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kamma+n hurt, ache, be sore, suffer, be in pain IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kammaG to taste V Miller
kammah taste IV Crum&Dayley2
kammah hurt, ache, be sore, suffer, be in pain IV Crum&Dayley2
kammah be sick, ill, sore; ache, hurt vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kammah to taste Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kammah to pain, to ache, to be sick Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kammah hurt, ache, be sore, suffer, be in pain; taste IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kammah-kahni hospital Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kammah-kantyn to have a pain Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kammahapi" be laid up sick Panamint Dayley 1989
kammahpin disease, illness, sickness n Panamint Dayley 1989
kammahpuinna pain, ache, soreness N Crum&Dayley2
kammahpuinna pain, ache, soreness N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kammahpükkan get sick vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kammahpükkangkün make sick vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kammakahni menstrual hut n Panamint Dayley 1989
kammamaka infect, give disease to vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kamman taste vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kammanaa" be sick Panamint Dayley 1989
kammangkün sicken, make sick, ill, sore vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kammanka(n) hurt for, feel for, suffer for TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kammanka+n care for, feel for TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kammanke(n) hurt for, feel for, suffer for TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kammanke+n care for, feel for TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kammanna suffering, pain, hurt N Crum&Dayley2
kammanna sore, ache, hurt, pain, illness, sickness n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
kammanna suffering, pain, hurt N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kammannuwitün invalid, sickly person n & prp Panamint Dayley 1989
kammataippüh completely sick, gravely ill pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kammawaih for pain to diminish or go away IV Crum&Dayley2
kammawaih for pain to diminish or go away IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kammawaihkwai(n) for pain or soreness to go away IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kammawaihkwai+n for pain or soreness to go away IV Crum&Dayley2
kamme jackrabbit, black tailed jackrabbit N Crum&Dayley2
kamme jackrabbit, black tailed jackrabbit N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kamme-i jackrabbit, black tailed jackrabbit-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kammu jackrabbit, black tailed jackrabbit N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kammu jackrabbit, black tailed jackrabbit N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kammu jack rabbit-SUBJ N Miller
kammu jackrabbit Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kammu wana rabbit net Panamint Dayley 1989
kammu wika(ppüh) rabbit-skin blanket Panamint Dayley 1989
kammu-i jackrabbit, black tailed jackrabbit-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kammu-i jack rabbit-OBJ N Miller
kammu-wana rabbit net (for hunting jackrabbits) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kammu-wika jackrabbit fur blanket (made of skins cut in strips and woven together) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kammu-wika blanket of jackrabbit fur Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kammu(ttsi) jackrabbit n Panamint Dayley 1989
kammuhyu door N Miller
kammuntsi jackrabbit, black tailed jackrabbit (song form) N Crum&Dayley2
kammuntsi jackrabbit, black tailed jackrabbit N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kammuwaya hummingbird n Panamint Dayley 1989
kammuwika rabbit-skin blanket-SUBJ N Miller
kammuwika-i rabbit-skin blanket-OBJ N Miller
kammuyenka door N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kammuyenka front of the house N Crum&Dayley2
kammuyenka (in) front of the house ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kammuyenka (at the) door ADV Crum&Dayley2
kammuyenka(ten) (at the) door; (in) front of the house N, ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kammuyenkat-i door-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kammuyenkat-i front of the house-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kammuyenkat-i (in) front of the house ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kammuyenkat-i (at the) door-OBJ ADV Crum&Dayley2
kammuyenkaten door N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kammuyenkaten front of the house N Crum&Dayley2
kammuyenkaten (in) front of the house ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kammuyenkaten (at the) door ADV Crum&Dayley2
kammuyukwi to rabbit-hunt Panamint Dayley 1989
kammwai Go away (pain) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kamuyukwi" rabbit-hunt Panamint Dayley 1989
kan-e-bitch poor in flesh Ute? Huntington 1872
kan-nab willow Ute? Huntington 1872
kan'-gûm-pi Shad Scale Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kan'-kwa-tci-ûp Barley Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kan'-kwai-tcûp Barley Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kana(n) bitterroot N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kana+n bitterroot N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kanaakka black person, negro n Panamint Dayley 1989
kanaapu nail n Panamint Dayley 1989
kanah thin ADJ Miller
kanan-na bitterroot-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kande Characterized by Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kankem-pi-tta shadscale (Grayia polygaloides)-OBJ N Miller
kankem-pin shadscale (Grayia polygaloides)-SUBJ N Miller
kanokkoh roast in cones TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kanokkoh roast in cones TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kanokkohka roast-in-cones method of preparing pine nuts N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kanokkohka roast-in-cones method of preparing pine nuts N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kanradiate lean Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kanrhikateh visitor Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kanrhiyewide visit Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kanrih house Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kantakwipui zebra-tailed lizard n Panamint Dayley 1989
Kantapettsi spring by Wildrose Canyon N top Panamint Dayley 1989
kantih candy N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kantih candy N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kantih-a candy-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kapa(n) among, between, throughout P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kapa+n among, between, through P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kapaayu horse; queen (in cards) n Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayu ka katünnai'ih ride (on) a horse Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayu motamangkün bridle a horse Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayu nomotamappüh bridle n Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayu nomotamappüh horse bridle Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayu notompe'okkoppüh horse bit n Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayu pai katünnai'ih ride (on) a horse Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayu pungku domesticated horse Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayu pungku pet horse Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayuam pantsan horseshoe n Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayuam pantsan horseshoe Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayuan tuammüttsi colt Panamint Dayley 1989
kapaayuto'eh mount a horse, horse-ride vi incorp Panamint Dayley 1989
kapai among, between, through P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kapai bed Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kapai(ten) among, between, throughout P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kapan in, inside, among; some of post Panamint Dayley 1989
kapanku among, between, through P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kapanku among, between, throughout P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kapante(n) among, between, throughout P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kapante+n among, between, through P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kapanti among, between, through P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kapanti among, between, throughout P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kapantu(n) among, between, throughout P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kapantu+n among, between, through P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kapappai" to shout Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kapappai" to shout, to talk Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kapih coffee Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kapippüh pine cone n Panamint Dayley 1989
kapono seed basket n Panamint Dayley 1989
kappAI bed N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kappai bed-SUBJ N Miller
kappai̲ bed N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kappai-a bed-OBJ N Miller
kappai-i bed-OBJ N Miller
kappAI-ø bed-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kappaikoitsoih clean the house, scrub the floor V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kappainnanku behind the house ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kappai̲nnanku behind the house ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kappa̲i̲nnanku behind the house ADV Crum&Dayley2
kappAIpusia bed bug N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kappai̲pusia bedbug N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kappAIpusia-i bed bug-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kappai̲soni bedding, bedroll N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kappa̲i̲soni bedding, bed roll N Crum&Dayley2
kappe ~ kappi bed n Panamint Dayley 1989
kappe ~ kooppe coffee n Panamint Dayley 1989
kappeh seed pod N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kappeh pine cone N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kappeh pinecone, seedpod N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kappeh-a seed pod-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kappeh-a pine cone-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kappinankwa outside LOC Gosiute Miller
kappinnangkwa(tün) outside adv Panamint Dayley 1989
kappippon U-shaped basket for gathering berries-SUBJ N Miller
kappippon-a U-shaped basket for gathering berries-OBJ N Miller
kappitto back of head (occipital area) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kappotta ~ koppotta jacket, short coat n Panamint Dayley 1989
kapui- Miller
kapuikayu to be green (of pine nuts) V Miller
kapuipittsah green pine nuts-SUBJ N Miller
kapuipittsah-a green pine nuts-OBJ N Miller
kapünü soap n Panamint Dayley 1989
kas wing Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kasa wing N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kasa wing-SUBJ N Miller
kasa wing, feather Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kasa wing N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kasa-i wing-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kasa-i wing-OBJ N Miller
kasa(ttsi) ~ kasappüh wing; fin; fletching n Panamint Dayley 1989
kasadayvoq angel Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kasah, kasatinih, kasy-ppyh gasoline Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kasapühü wing feather n Panamint Dayley 1989
kasapüta wing n Panamint Dayley 1989
kasattsikantün ~ kasakantün bird n Panamint Dayley 1989
katapasattsi pumpkin, squash n Panamint Dayley 1989
katata barn n Panamint Dayley 1989
katattsi nape of the neck n Panamint Dayley 1989
katayna village Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kate" sit (down), stay, remain.SG V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kate" land.SG V Crum&Dayley2
kate" sit (down), stay, remain; land IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kate" sit (down), stay IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kateetta wagon n Panamint Dayley 1989
kateG to sit.SG.SUBJ V Miller
katekka(n) sit, stay IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
katekka+n sit, stay IV Crum&Dayley2
katemi'a ride TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katemi'a ride away V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
katenkahka(n) set aside; heat up TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
katenkahka+n set aside TV Crum&Dayley2
katenkahka+n heat up TV Crum&Dayley2
katennompeh chair N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katennompeh chair N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
katennompeh-a chair-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katenooh ride TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katenooh ride around V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kateppui sit still, stay IV Crum&Dayley2
kateppui sit still, stay IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
katete(n) hill N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
katete+n hill N Crum&Dayley2
katettai(n) sit around, stay around; be disabled IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
katettai+n sit around, stay around IV Crum&Dayley2
katettai+n be disabled IV Crum&Dayley2
katettaippeh invalid, disabled; one confined to a wheelchair N, ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kati Angry Graham 2008
katsu(n) end, tip, edge N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
katsu+n end N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katsu+n tip N Crum&Dayley2
katsun end-SUBJ N Miller
katsun-a end-OBJ N Miller
katsun-na end-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katsun-na tip-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
katsunka at the end ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katsunka at the end ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
katta̅i̅nten village, clustering of houses N Miller
katte sit (down), stay, remain.DUR V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katte land.DUR V Crum&Dayley2
katte to sit.DUR V Miller
katte sit (down), stay, remain; land IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
katte(n) at, to, toward; about (a topic) P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
katte+n at, to, toward P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katte+n about (a topic) P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katti at, to, toward P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katti about (a topic) P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
katti at, to, toward; about (a topic) P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kattottsi ~ kottottsi burrowing owl n Panamint Dayley 1989
kattü'ihantü sit awhile! = come in and sit down! greet Panamint Dayley 1989
kattu(n) at, to, toward; about (a topic) P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kattu+n at, to, toward P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kattu+n about (a topic) P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kattun ~ katun towards an area (not a specific point) post Panamint Dayley 1989
kattün ~ katün at, to, in post Panamint Dayley 1989
kattym-pana main street of a town Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
katü sit, camp, stay; be located, situated; do awhile vi & aux Panamint Dayley 1989
katükkatün camp, village, settlement n Panamint Dayley 1989
katükkwan stop moving, come to rest vi Panamint Dayley 1989
katünnai'ih ride vi Panamint Dayley 1989
katünnai'ih ride Panamint Dayley 1989
katünni Sp carne n Panamint Dayley 1989
katünnooh ride vi Panamint Dayley 1989
katünnümpü chair, stool n Panamint Dayley 1989
katy-nompyh, katy-nympyh seat, chair, couch, stool Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
katy-nompyh, katy-nympyh seat, chair, couch, stool, any place to sit Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
katy-nompyh, katy-nympyh seat, chair Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
katy" to sit Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
katz no not so Ute? Huntington 1872
katz dat wrong Ute? Huntington 1872
katz-i-an-o not any Ute? Huntington 1872
katz-kar-ra gone away Ute? Huntington 1872
katz-nan-ki deaf Ute? Huntington 1872
katz-ne-ate no name Ute? Huntington 1872
katz-pe-nun-co never Ute? Huntington 1872
katz-shu-mi forgotten Ute? Huntington 1872
katz-te-su-ah foolish Ute? Huntington 1872
katz-tin-zeer soft Ute? Huntington 1872
kawain nottsoappüh rat’s nest Panamint Dayley 1989
kawan rat n Panamint Dayley 1989
kawayukwi" rat-hunt Panamint Dayley 1989
kawi ~ kawiki more . . . than; over post general comparative Panamint Dayley 1989
kawi' Accumulate Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kay no, not so Shoshone Huntington 1872
kay-wut empty Shoshone Huntington 1872
kayakata kingsnake, milk snake n Panamint Dayley 1989
kayattsih pine jay N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kayattsih pine jay N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kayattsih-a pine jay-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kayente(n) at, to, toward; about (a topic) P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kaymbe eyebrow Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kayqe forehead Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kayüntsih scrub jay n Panamint Dayley 1989
ke no, not Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke hinkantyn nothing Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke hinkinna not there Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke hinkinna not here, not there Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke hinna nothing Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke jahnai-suan-tyn yahnai" to laugh outwardly Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke juun-katy" to be restless, not sit still Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke kyma-kkantyn dull Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke puih-kantyn blink Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke puih-kantyn blind Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke synkwasy" unripe Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke taci-kkaityn dull (of color) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke tokwai" not right Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ke- prefix:mouth/teeth instrumental Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
ké-dŭ' groundhog (Arctomys flaviventer) Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
ke-tant hard Shoshone Huntington 1872
ke'-ne duck hawk (falco anatum) or prarie falcon (F. mexicanus) shoshone of Central Nevada Merriam 1979
ke'-ne duck hawk (Falco anatum) or prarie falcon (F. mexicanus) Goshiute Merriam 1979
ke'a Locust Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ke"- with the mouth or teeth INSTR Crum&Dayley2
ke"- with the mouth or teeth INSTR PRFX Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ke"-tsi'aH to bite V Miller
ke(e) himpain ~ ke(e) himpa'in there isn’t, there aren’t; be gone, absent; disappear adv v incorp Panamint Dayley 1989
kea locust N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kea seven-year locust-SUBJ N Miller
kea locust N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kea-i locust-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kea-i seven-year locust-OBJ N Miller
kea" emerge, come out, go out.PL IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kea" emerge, come out, come up, rise, go out; appear; become; future tense IV, INSTR V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kea" emerge, come out, go out IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
keae bite Ute? Huntington 1872
keaG to come out, to emerge.PL.SUBJ IV Miller
keaG to climb.PL.SUBJ IV Miller
keaidona Prod in the back Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
keakin come up, come out IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kee ~ ke no, not, don’t, didn’t adv general negative Panamint Dayley 1989
kee himpaitsinna He’s not there. Panamint Dayley 1989
kee himpünaappühpain be a famine, scarcity; lack provisions adv v incorp Panamint Dayley 1989
kee iampü tame, not wild adv adj Panamint Dayley 1989
kee iangkantün not wild, tame Panamint Dayley 1989
kee kuhmakantün unmarried woman, old maid adv n Panamint Dayley 1989
kee kümappüh ~ kee küma(ttsi) dull, not sharp adv adj Panamint Dayley 1989
kee kümappühpain be dull, not have sharp edge adv v incorp Panamint Dayley 1989
kee küttai be soft, tender, not hard adv vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kee küttainnümmi tukkuapi tender meat Panamint Dayley 1989
kee kwasükka be unripe, be not ripe adv vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kee mukuakantün mute, retarded adv n Panamint Dayley 1989
kee nangkawitsi ~ kee so'o nangkawitün silent or quiet person adv v Panamint Dayley 1989
kee nümükan still, not moving adv vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kee paküünappühpain clear off, be not cloudy adv v incorp Panamint Dayley 1989
kee pantsampa'in barefoot adv n-v incorp Panamint Dayley 1989
kee pantsampa'in be barefoot, not have shoes Panamint Dayley 1989
kee puikantün blind adv n Panamint Dayley 1989
kee puikantün not having eyes = blind Panamint Dayley 1989
kee pünnahapikantün bachelor, unmarried man adv n Panamint Dayley 1989
kee pünnahapikantün bachelor, unmarried man Panamint Dayley 1989
kee pütti be light (in weight), not heavy adv vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kee so'o not enough, not so much, not too much adv Panamint Dayley 1989
kee so'o not enough, not so much Panamint Dayley 1989
kee so'o nangkawitün doesn’t talk much = quiet person Panamint Dayley 1989
kee suwangkün dislike, hate, not like adv vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tokwi yukwi" do wrong/incorrectly Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tokwi yükwi" do wrong Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tokwi" wrong, incorrect, not right adv adj Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tokwi" wrong, incorrect, untrue Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tsao punikkantün doesn’t see well = is blind Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tsao punnikkantün be blind adv adv vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tsao suwangkün dislike, not like adv adv vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tsawih be bad, not good, incorrect, wrong adv vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tünangkatün ~ kee tünangkanna be deaf adv pp / infinitive Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tüpitapui be blind adv vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tüttaippüh all gone pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kee tuttsaappüh clean, not dirty adv adj Panamint Dayley 1989
kee yawüsü slow, not fast adj & adv Panamint Dayley 1989
kee-en laugh Ute? Huntington 1872
keedekiq cat Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
keehakatün no one, nobody indef prn Panamint Dayley 1989
keehii(ppüh) nothing, no one, nobody; there isn’t/aren’t prn indef Panamint Dayley 1989
keehimpü nothing, none indef prn Panamint Dayley 1989
keehintuah disappear; be not here, absent adv vi Panamint Dayley 1989
keempAI ground squirrel, prairie dog N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keempai̲ ground squirrel, prairie dog N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
keempAI-ø ground squirrel, prairie dog-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keendu yesterday Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
keendunduuganri last night Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
keepayfe goat Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
keesu cheese n Panamint Dayley 1989
keesü(sü) not yet adv Panamint Dayley 1989
keetü" be(come) nothing; disappear; there isn’t any vi Panamint Dayley 1989
keitseiH to tickle TV Miller
kekahu bite (food) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kekezupune creak, squeak Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kekka'ah bite in two/pieces.SG TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kekka'ah break with teeth.SG TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kekka'ah bite in two; break with teeth TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kekkate" bite (like snake) TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kekkate" bite (like snake) TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kekkemmai different (one), foreigner.PL N Crum&Dayley2
kekkemmai different (one), foreigner.PL ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kekkemmai different (one), foreigner ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kekkentuse(n) day before yesterday ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kekkentuse+n day before yesterday ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kekkepetaa tall ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kekkepetaa tall ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kekkopah bite in two.SG TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kekkopah break with teeth.SG TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kekkopah bite in two; break with teeth TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kekkopai'ih bite in two.PL TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kekkopai'ih break with teeth.PL TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kekkopai'ih bite in two; break with teeth TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kekkwanah (for breath to) smell of TV Crum&Dayley2
kekkwanah (for breath to) smell of TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kema sharp ADJ Miller
kemaaH to be sharp V Miller
kemah edge, sharp edge N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kemah edge, sharp edge N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kemah-a edge, sharp edge-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kemahka next to, close to, side of ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kemahka next to, close to, side of P Crum&Dayley2
kemahka next to, close to, by, (by the) side of ADV, P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kemaka next to, close to, by, (by the) side of ADV, P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kemappeh sharp edged ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kemappeh sharp-edged ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kematu next to, close to, by, (by the) side of ADV, P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kemmai different (one), foreigner N Crum&Dayley2
kemmai different (one), foreigner ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kemmai different, different one ADJ Miller
kemmai different (one), foreigner ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kemmai-a different (one), foreigner-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kemmai-a different (one), foreigner-OBJ ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kempai prairie dog-SUBJ N Miller
kempai ground squirrel (citellus) Goshiute Merriam 1979
kempai-a prairie dog-OBJ N Miller
kenah cover INSTR V Crum&Dayley2
kenah cover INSTR V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kenka wild onion N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kenka wild onion (Allium bisceptrum)-SUBJ N Miller
kenka onions Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kenka wild onion N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kenka onion Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kenka-a wild onion-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kenka-i wild onion (Allium bisceptrum)-OBJ N Miller
kenna cover (song form) INSTR V Crum&Dayley2
kenna cover INSTR V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kennaawai̲ do with the mouth, snap at TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kennaawa̲i̲ do with the mouth, snap at TV Crum&Dayley2
kenno'ai graze TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kenno'ai graze TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kenruh grandfather _x000B_(paternal) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kentu(n) yesterday ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kentu+n yesterday TEMP or ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kentun yesterday TEMP Miller
kentusen a few days ago TEMP Miller
kenu paternal grandfather N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kenu grandchild of a man N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kenu grandfather (father's father)-SUBJ N Miller
kenu grandchild (man's son's child)-SUBJ N Miller
kenu father’s father; man’s son’s child Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
kenu paternal grandfather, grandchild of a man N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kenu-a paternal grandfather-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kenu-a grandchild of a man-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kenu-a grandfather (father's father)-OBJ N Miller
kenu-a grandchild (man's son's child)-OBJ N Miller
kenu-i grandfather (father's father)-OBJ N Miller
kenu-i grandchild (man's son's child)-OBJ N Miller
kenümüni very, really adv Panamint Dayley 1989
kenwawate dull, blunt Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kepata long, tall ADJ Miller
kepataan long, tall ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1
kepataanten long, tall ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1
kepazoko Chin Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kepetaa wenete(n) tall ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kepetaa wenete+n tall ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kepetaa(nten) long, tall ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kepetaa+n long, tall ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kepetaante(n) long, tall ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kepetaante+n long, tall ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kepi aiti pistol N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kepi aiti pistol N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kepi wenete(n) short ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kepi wenete+n short ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kepih short ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kepih short ADJ Miller
kepih short ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kepihte(n) short ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kepihte+n short ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keppaaH to break IV Miller
keppatantsih chin N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keppatantsih chin N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
keppatantsih-a chin-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keppeah let go with mouth V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keppeah stop drinking V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keppeah let go with mouth; stop drinking V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
keppeittseiki(n) chew or chomp making noise V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
keppeittseiki+n chew or chomp making noise V Crum&Dayley2
keppeittseittseiki(n) chew or chomp making noise V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
keppeittseittseiki+n chew or chomp making noise.DUR V Crum&Dayley2
keppikko'o(n) chin N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
keppikko'o+n chin N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keppikko'on-na chin-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keppikkoan chin-SUBJ N Miller
keppikkoan-a chin-OBJ N Miller
keppikkoon chin-SUBJ N Miller
keppikkoon-a chin-OBJ N Miller
keppisa-ppeh kind of plant-SUBJ N Miller
keppisa-ppeh-a kind of plant-OBJ N Miller
kepponka'ih bite in two/pieces.PL TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kepponka'ih break with teeth.PL TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kepponka'ih bite (flex obj) in pieces TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
keqnwa edge Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kequsuwaynde not want, refuse Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ker-mush another Ute? Huntington 1872
ker'-re-ge' cooper hawk (Accipiter cooperi) shoshone of Central Nevada Merriam 1979
kesaa open mouth V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kesaa(pah) open mouth V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kesaapah open mouth V Crum&Dayley2
kesaapappeh opened mouth ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kesaapappeh opened mouth ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kesanümü as intended, as planned, no other way, positively adv Panamint Dayley 1989
kesapa open mouth V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1
kesi'wah tear or rip with mouth or teeth TV Crum&Dayley2
kesi'wah tear or rip with mouth or teeth TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
keso'ih bite many times TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keso'ih bite many times TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kesuwayhyu snap at, bite Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ketambe strength Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ketande hard, stiff Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ketande Strong Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ketangaded firm Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ketangunrukinyade fast Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
keti" ~ kaitü" come off (a dirt spot) vi & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
keti(h) cat N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
keti+h cat N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ketian tua" kitty, kitten N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ketian tua" kitty, kitten N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ketih cat-SUBJ N Miller
ketih-a cat N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ketih-a cat-OBJ N Miller
ketsenix hot (weather) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ketsiyah bite (animal biting) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ketsogwai chew Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ketsokkwAI+h chew TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ketsokkwai̲h chew TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ketsowai chew Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ketsunka shut mouth! Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kettaa hard, strong ADJ Miller
Kettaa Okwai" 'Fast Flowing Water' = Miller Creek Toponym Crum&Dayley2
Kettaa Okwai" Fast Flowing Water = Miller Creek Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Kettaa See 'Hard Willow' = Miller Creek, NV Toponym Crum&Dayley2
Kettaa See Hard Willow = Miller Creek, NV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kettaa(n) hard; fast; really ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kettaa+n hard ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kettaa+n fast ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kettaa+n really ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kettaan(ten) hard; fast ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kettaanku really, very ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kettaanku really, very ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kettaante+n fast ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kettaante+n hard ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kettankiH to stutter V Miller
kettemmaih make sick eating TV Crum&Dayley2
kettemmaih make sick eating TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kettokwai kill with mouth or teeth TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kettokwai kill with mouth or teeth TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kettsi'ah bite once TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kettsi'ah bite once TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kettsu'ah eat up, consume TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kettsu'ah eat up, consume TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kettsu'appeh eaten up, drunk up, all gone (of food) ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kettsu'appeh eaten up, drunk up, all gone (of food) ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kettsumah eat up, consume TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kettsumah eat up, consume TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kettsumappeh eaten up, drunk up, all gone (of food) ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kettsumappeh eaten up, drunk up, all gone (of food) ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kevedande long, tall Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kevedanrhagwaisih long squash Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kevidetsih short Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kevuikande not seeing Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kewambe sharpened edge Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
keyaah carry in mouth TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keyaah(kan) carry in mouth TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
keyaahkan carry in mouth TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
keyaG to come out, to emerge.PL.SUBJ IV Miller
keyaG to climb.PL.SUBJ IV Miller
keyɨwɨkin motionless Duckwater Harbin 1988
ki- to come V Miller
ki-bah mountain Ute? Huntington 1872
ki'-ah-but'-tah lewis woodpecker (Asyndesmus torquatus) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
ki'-ar-răr'-rah king or milk snake (Ophibolus boyli) Panamint Merriam 1979
ki'-ăts pinyon jay (cyanocephalus) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
ki'-e-too-ar alligator lizard (Gerrhonotus) Panamint Merriam 1979
ki'-ĕts pinyon jay (cyanocephalus) Panamint Merriam 1979
ki'-nats pinyon jay (cyanocephalus) shoshone of Central Nevada Merriam 1979
ki'-tim-shoo Canyon wren (Catherpes) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
ki'-yă gar'-rah king or milk snake (Ophibolus boyli) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
ki'a maybe, perhaps ADV Crum&Dayley2
ki'a wonder ADV Crum&Dayley2
ki'a myth marker ADV Crum&Dayley2
ki'a maybe, perhaps; wonder; myth marker ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Kĭ'bĕ-ra-ga-ri Snow Mountain Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
ki'ni hawk, marsh Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ki'ûn-gwa a woman Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
kia maybe, perhaps ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kia wonder ADV Crum&Dayley2
kia myth marker ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kia modal particles:epistemic/deontic Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
kia myth-marking particles (c.f., EXCL) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
kia maybe, perhaps; wonder; myth marker ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kia naketsa surely not ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kia noo(n) probably ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kia noo+n probably ADV Crum&Dayley2
kia' Rise Graham 2008
kia' Rise Graham 2008
kiai to get to, to arrive at V Miller
kian maybe, perhaps MOD Miller
kian might, could adv modal Panamint Dayley 1989
kian maybe, perhaps Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kici-kkici" coochie coochie Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kici" to tickle Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kick-er-much another thing Shoshone Huntington 1872
kiduwayqe peeled Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kii key n Panamint Dayley 1989
kii-ppeh elbow-SUBJ N Miller
kii-ppeh-a elbow-OBJ N Miller
kii-ppyh, kiim-pyh elbow Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kii-wyny" to rest on the elbow, to lean on the elbows Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kii-wynyh to rest on the elbow, to lean on the elbows Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kii(“)- elbow, with elbow instr prfx Panamint Dayley 1989
kiidi Cat Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Kiiki woman's name N Crum&Dayley2
Kiiki Woman's name Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kiikuttih jab with the elbow vt Panamint Dayley 1989
Kiinna Keeler, Calif. n top Panamint Dayley 1989
kiinni king (of cards) n Panamint Dayley 1989
kiipe elbow Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kiippeh elbow N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kiippeh elbow N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kiippeh-a elbow-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kikimma come.DL IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kikimma to come.DL.SUBJ V Miller
kikimma come IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kikki kick vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kim come Shoshone Huntington 1872
kĭm'ba ground-squirrel Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kĭm'ba spermophile Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kĭm'ba bo nai mouse, field Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kimanke chase, follow Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kimma to come.SG.SUBJ V Miller
kimma to come.PL.SUBJ V Miller
kimma come vi & aux Panamint Dayley 1989
kimma-kki come here! Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kimma-kki" come here! Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kimma-ttakkwi" to come fast Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kimma-ttakwi" come quickly! Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kimma" come.SG IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kimma" come.PL IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kimma" come IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kimma" to come Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kimmangkün chase, come after vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kimmanka(n) chase (down), come after TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kimmanka+n chase (down), come after TV Crum&Dayley2
kimmanke(n) chase (down), come after TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kimmanke+n chase (down), come after TV Crum&Dayley2
kin-kah onion Ute? Huntington 1872
kiniH to be circumcised V Miller
kinii hawk, falcon N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kinii hawk, falcon N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kinii-'a hawk, falcon-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kiniih chicken hawk Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kinikinih wild tobacco Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kinikkinih wild tobacco Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kinni falcon sp n Panamint Dayley 1989
kinniih chicken hawk-SUBJ N Miller
kinniih-a chicken hawk-OBJ N Miller
kir'-re-rik-ke sparrow hawk (Falco sparverius) Goshiute Merriam 1979
kisuaH bashed in, dented V Miller
kit-tant-nook run fast Shoshone Huntington 1872
kitsaan no good, bad, ruined ADJ Miller
kiutumpita ~ kuyutumpita horsefly n Panamint Dayley 1989
kiv-erant long Shoshone Huntington 1872
kiwinzokoxa carry under arm Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kiyagina carry in mouth Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ko- ~ ku- pertaining to the head region instr prfx Panamint Dayley 1989
ko-ahn'-dah sand-hill crane (grus mexicanus) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
ko-bub face Ute? Huntington 1872
kŏ-go-ah gopher or bull snake (Pityophis) Goshiute Merriam 1979
ko-mong male kind Ute? Huntington 1872
ko-poke break Ute? Huntington 1872
ko-pup berak Shoshone Huntington 1872
ko-sho or ko-chee-na hog Ute? Huntington 1872
ko-yu' black-headed grosbeak (zamelodia) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
ko' go a snake Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ko'-ga-bi Polygonum imbricatum Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ko'-go gopher or bull snake (Pityophis) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
ko'-go gopher or bull snake (Pityophis) Panamint Merriam 1979
ko'-ho burrowing owl (speotyto) shoshone of Central Nevada Merriam 1979
ko'-ka-bi Polygonum imbricatum Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ko'-mu Indian Corn Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ko'-no-gwĭp Cow Parsnip Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ko'-ro sand-hill crane (grus mexicanus) Panamint Merriam 1979
ko'-sa-mu-i-tci=gĭp One of the “thistles” Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ko'-to-tĕ burrowing owl (speotyto) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
ko'ai", koi", ko'ai"-pin peak, top Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ko'e(ttsi) ~ ko'i(ttsi) peak, point, top; crown of head n Panamint Dayley 1989
ko'eh ~ kohih return, come back, go back vi sg & pl & aux Panamint Dayley 1989
ko'epitü ~ ko'epittuh(un) go and return, make a round trip, come back (after a round trip) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
ko'ettsi ~ pitsiang ko'ettsi ~ pitsi ko'ettsi nipple n Panamint Dayley 1989
ko'garûmpi Polygonum imbricatum Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ko'go grouse, Canada Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ko'go snake Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ko'hwi curlew Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ko'i hill, knoll, peak, tiptop, point N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ko'i hill, knoll, peak, tiptop, point N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ko'i" ~ tsüüwah die vi pl Panamint Dayley 1989
ko'i(ttsi) ~ ko'e(ttsi) peak, point, top n Panamint Dayley 1989
ko'ih return, come back, go back, go home IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ko'ih return, come back, go back, go home IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ko'inii go and return IV Crum&Dayley2
ko'inii go and return IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ko'inii verb of going and returning; circle Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
ko'ittaippüh ~ tsüüwataippüh dead pp pl Panamint Dayley 1989
ko'ka snake, blow Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ko'ka pĭ gĭn duck, golden-head Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ko'ki curlew Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ko'kwa jo heron, great blue Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ko'nagidĭka hawk, pigeon Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
Ko'on ~ Ko'ongkatün Saline Valley n Panamint Dayley 1989
Ko'ontsi Saline Valley people n Panamint Dayley 1989
ko'rra crane, northern brown Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ko'rra wats woodpecker, red-shafted Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ko'rri mats woodpecker, red-shafted Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ko"- ~ kü"- ~ ku"- with the teeth or mouth instr prfx Panamint Dayley 1989
Koa Silver Peak Mountains near Lida n top Panamint Dayley 1989
koa pile up INSTR V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Koa Panawe people from Silver Peak area n Panamint Dayley 1989
koa-ppeh corral, fence-SUBJ N Miller
koa-ppeh antelope surround-SUBJ N Miller
koa-ppeh-a corral, fence-OBJ N Miller
koa-ppeh-a antelope surround-OBJ N Miller
koa-ppyh fence, corral Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
koah, kuah to make a fence, to fence in Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
koanta sandhill crane N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koanta sandhill crane N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Koanta Paa Sandhill Crane Spring = Summit Creek Toponym Crum&Dayley2
Koanta Paa Sandhill Crane Spring = Summit Creek Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Koanta Paa Hunupi(n) Sandhill Crane Ravine = Fawn Creek Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Koanta Paa Hunupin Sandhill Crane Ravine = Fawn Creek Toponym Crum&Dayley2
koanta-'a sandhill crane-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koappeh corral, fence N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koappeh antelope surround N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koappeh corral; antelope surround N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koappeh-a corral, fence-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koappeh-a antelope surround-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kocco-noppikko" charred, burned up Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
koe guts, entrails, stomach n Panamint Dayley 1989
koe kammah for stomach to ache Panamint Dayley 1989
koe kammanna stomach ache Panamint Dayley 1989
koe kammanna stomach ache Panamint Dayley 1989
kohAI intestines, guts N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kohai guts-SUBJ N Miller
kohai̲ intestines, guts N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kohai Guts Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kohai jykwi" to remove the entrails Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kohai-a guts-OBJ N Miller
kohai-ca-tto'ih remove the entrails, gut out Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kohai-jykwi" remove the entrails, gut out Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kohai, koi guts, entrails Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kohe Guts Graham 2008
kohe Guts Graham 2008
kohi intestines, guts N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kohi intestines, guts N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kohipekka(n) have diarrhea IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kohipekka+n have diarrhea IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kohno cradle board, baby basket Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kohno(n) cradleboard, cradle basket N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kohno+n cradleboard, cradle basket N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kohnon cradle-SUBJ N Miller
kohnon ~ kohnottsi cradle board n Panamint Dayley 1989
kohnon-a cradle-OBJ N Miller
kohnon-na cradleboard, cradle basket-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kohoonih box (wooden) n Panamint Dayley 1989
kohoyiwitavai Friday Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kohpi-tta-kkaty-nky-nympyh coffee pot Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kohpin, koppin coffee Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
koi hill, knoll, peak, tiptop N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koi point, top-SUBJ N Miller
koi-a point, top-OBJ N Miller
koi-noh to ride back, to return by riding Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
koi-yo'-rah clams Panamint Merriam 1979
koi'-di-gĭp Painted-cup Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
koi'-gwa-nûp Grass of Parnassus Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
koi'-na-komp False mallow Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
koi'-na-tsu General term applied to various medicines and the plants furnishing them which are used in intestinal and stomach troubles Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
koi'-no-komp False mallow Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
koi'-nûmp Microseris, species Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
koi'-si-na-bop Fleabane Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
koi'-ya-kûmp False mallow Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
koi'-yu black-headed grosbeak (zamelodia) Panamint Merriam 1979
koi" die.DL IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koi" die.PL IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koi" die TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koi" die IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koi" to die Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
koiG to die.PL.SUBJ V Miller
koiH use with -ki or -kwa V Miller
koih to go back, to return Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
koihe intestines Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
koihki to return.SG.SUBJ V Miller
koihki to return.PL.SUBJ V Miller
koihkwa to go away.SG.SUBJ V Miller
koihkwa to go away.PL.SUBJ V Miller
koip' bighorn (Ovis) Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
koipeh Dead Graham 2008
koipeh Dead Graham 2008
koippeh dead, deceased.PL ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koippeh body.PL N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koippeh dead, deceased; bodies ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koippeh dead, deceased; body ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koippeh-a dead, deceased.PL-OBJ ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koippeh-a body.PL-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kois wash Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
koitsohi wash, bathe TV Crum&Dayley2
koitsohi wash, bathe TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koitsoih wash, bathe TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koitsoiH to wash TV Miller
koitsoih wash vt Panamint Dayley 1989
koitsoih wash, bathe TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koitsoippeh washed ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koitsoippeh washed ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koittsi pig, pork, bacon n Panamint Dayley 1989
koittsi omapittsi salt pork Panamint Dayley 1989
koittsi tukkua pork meat Panamint Dayley 1989
koittsin tukkua pork Panamint Dayley 1989
kokax goosefoot (Chenopodium homile) N Miller
kokko(n) bull snake N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kokko+n bull snake N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kokkon-na bull snake-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kokkooni go there for awhile vi Panamint Dayley 1989
koko'ih return, come back, go back, go home IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kokoiH to die.DL.SUBJ V Miller
kokoiH to go away.DL.SUBJ V Miller
kokoiH to return.DL.SUBJ V Miller
kokon bull snake, blow snake-SUBJ N Miller
kokon bullsnake Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kokon-a bull snake, blow snake-OBJ N Miller
kokoniyenka come and go.PL IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kokooniyenka come and go.DL IV Crum&Dayley2
kokooniyenka come and go IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kokoppüh bull or gopher snake n Panamint Dayley 1989
kokwi mariposa (lily) n Panamint Dayley 1989
kōng'-ah golden ground squirrel (Callospermophilus) Panamint Merriam 1979
kongoyopoppa'en lightning a long way away vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kongoyopoppa'en be lightning far off Panamint Dayley 1989
kongoyoppo'e lightning near by vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kongoyoppo'e be lightning near by Panamint Dayley 1989
kongoyoppo'enna lightning near by n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
koni come and go.SG IV Crum&Dayley1
kono'ih be hollow IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kono'ih be hollow IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kono'ihkante(n) hollow ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kono'ihkante+n hollow ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
konoiH to be hollow V Miller
konoih to be hollow (of bowl, cup, not of a spherical object), concave Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
konoih-kantyn concavity Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
konoki hollow ADJ Crum&Dayley2
konoki hollow ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koo-buh tah-cun-o-quah Artemisia spinescens Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
koo-buh tah-cun-o-quah Artemisia spinescens Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
koo-e'-tah thrasher (Toxostoma) Panamint Merriam 1979
koó-jook poorwill (Phaloenoptilus) Goshiute Merriam 1979
koo-nah fire Shoshone Huntington 1872
koo-rab'-be-ĕ mallard (Anas boschas) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
koo-rov'-ve-ah mallard (Anas boschas) Panamint Merriam 1979
koo'-e avocet (Recurvirostra) Ruby Valley, Nevada Merriam 1979
koo'-rah-wahts flicker (Colaptes) Goshiute Merriam 1979
koo'-sahv white-fronted goose (Anser gambeli) Panamint Merriam 1979
koo'-se-kwah' white pelican (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos) Goshiute Merriam 1979
kood-sin buffalo Shoshone Huntington 1872
koofai face Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kook-kwe-hah chipmunk (eutamias) Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
kooki Cookie Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
koom'-pi ground squirrel (Citellus) shoshone of Central Nevada Merriam 1979
koon-ah-pah whiskey Ute? Huntington 1872
kooni come and go.SG IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kooni verb of going and returning; circle Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
kooni come and go IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koonih curved, bent ADJ Miller
koonih, kuunih to move back and forth, to turn (over or around or a corner), to go back, to return_x000B_ Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kooniyenka come and go.PL IV Crum&Dayley2
kooniyenka come and go IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koonni go there vi Panamint Dayley 1989
koontex blue crane N Miller
koope saawannümpü coffee pot Panamint Dayley 1989
kooppe ~ kappe coffee n Panamint Dayley 1989
kooppe saawannümpü coffee pot n Panamint Dayley 1989
Kooso Coso Hot Springs, Calif. n top Panamint Dayley 1989
koosotsi people from Coso Hot Springs area n Panamint Dayley 1989
koots-ah-wah powder Ute? Huntington 1872
kootsu braids Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kooyu lapland longspur n Panamint Dayley 1989
kopa" carry in arms, hug TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kopa" hug TV Crum&Dayley2
kopa" carry in arms; hug TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kopa" hug TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kopa" to carry (in arms), to embrace, to hold in arms Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kopaG to carry in the arms V Miller
kopaG hug V Miller
kopah break (rigid object).SG IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kopah break (rigid object).SG INSTR Crum&Dayley2
kopah hug, put arms around vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kopah break (rigid object) IV, INSTR V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kopAI face N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kopai face-SUBJ N Miller
kopai a face Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kopai̲ face N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kopai-i face-OBJ N Miller
kopAI-ø face-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kopai-tta face-OBJ N Miller
kopai'ih break (rigid object).PL IV Crum&Dayley2
kopai'ih break (rigid object) IV, INSTR V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kopakka(n) hold in arms TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kopakka+n hold in arms TV Crum&Dayley2
kopakko'ih carry back (home) TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kopakko'ih carry back (home) TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kopanai'ih carry in the arms vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kopanai'ih carry around in the arms Panamint Dayley 1989
kopannümpü hug n Panamint Dayley 1989
kope face n Panamint Dayley 1989
kopi'ih break (rigid object).PL IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kopi'ih break (rigid object) IV, INSTR V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kopi" to lie down Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kopi" ~ kwapi" lie (down), be in a prone position vi dl Panamint Dayley 1989
kopiah break (flexible object) into pieces vi pl & v instr pl Panamint Dayley 1989
kopiataippüh broken (flexible object) pp pl Panamint Dayley 1989
kopiG to lie down.DL.SUBJ V Miller
kopiG to be situated (of an object more or less in a prone position).DL.SUBJ V Miller
kopittükih lie (down) vi pl Panamint Dayley 1989
koppa to carry in the arms.DUR V Miller
koppa hug.DUR V Miller
koppi to lie down.DL.SUBJ.DUR V Miller
koppi to lie down.PL.SUBJ.DUR V Miller
koppi wittua coffee pot Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
koppi-wittua coffee pot Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
koppih coffee N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koppih coffee N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koppih-a coffee-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koppii coffee N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koppii coffee N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koppii-a coffee-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koppo'ingkün singe (someone’s) hair vt Panamint Dayley 1989
koppooh brand TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
koppooh brand TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
koppotta ~ kappotta jacket, short coat n Panamint Dayley 1989
korn corn Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
koseh to make a boiling or bubbling sound V Miller
koso to make a boiling or bubbling sound V Miller
koso-pi-tta firedrill-OBJ N Miller
koso-pi-tta match-OBJ N Miller
koso-pin firedrill-SUBJ N Miller
koso-pin match-SUBJ N Miller
kosoowah be steam(y) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kosoowappüh steam n & pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kosope lick vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kosopi-tta fire drill-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kosopi(n) fire drill N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kosopi+n fire drill N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kosoyoh shaggy, bushy hair N Miller
koto crane n Panamint Dayley 1989
kotoho make fire Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kotoho(ttsi) necklace, neckpiece n Panamint Dayley 1989
kotokki necklace N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kotokki necklace-SUBJ N Miller
kotokki necklace Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kotokki necklace N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kotokki-'a necklace-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kotokki-a necklace-OBJ N Miller
kotokki" necklace Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kotsa" get smashed, bashed in vi & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
kotsattaippüh smashed, bashed in pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kotsim dust, ashes; dusty N, ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kotsimpoo dust, ashes (song form) N Crum&Dayley2
kotsimpoo dusty (song form) ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kotsimpoo colas, hot embers (song form) N Crum&Dayley2
kotsimpoo coals, hot embers N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kotsottsi edge, end n Panamint Dayley 1989
kotto'eh boil, be boiling hot, sweat vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kotto'engkün boil vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kottoo make a fire, start a fire, set on fire, cremate vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kottoo-nympyh hearth Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kottooh light a fire, make a fire, set on fire, burn TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kottooH to make a fire V Miller
kottooh to make a fire, to burn something Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kottooh light a fire, make a fire, set on fire, burn TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kottoohka(n) have a fire burning TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kottoohka+n have a fire burning TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kottoon-to'ih to boil Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kottoonka(n) make fire for, build a fire to keep (someone) warm TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kottoonka+n make fire for, build a fire to keep (someone) warm TV Crum&Dayley2
kottoonke(n) make fire for, build a fire to keep (someone) warm TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kottoonke+n make fire for, build a fire to keep (someone) warm TV Crum&Dayley2
kottoonnompeh stove N Crum&Dayley2
kottoonnompeh stove N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kottoonnompeh-a stove-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kottoonnümpü hearth, fireplace, stove, heater n Panamint Dayley 1989
kottooppeh fire N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kottooppeh fire N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kottooppeh-a fire-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kottottsi ~ kattottsi burrowing owl n Panamint Dayley 1989
kottsaa make gravy or gruel or mush vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kottsaah make pudding, gravy or gruel TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kottsaah make pudding, gravy or gruel TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kottsaappeh pudding, gravy, gruel, porridge N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kottsaappeh pudding, gravy, gruel N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kottsaappeh-a pudding, gravy, gruel, porridge-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kottsappeh pudding, gravy, gruel N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kottsappi gravy, soup, gruel, mush n Panamint Dayley 1989
kow'-wah wood rat, round-tail (Neotoma) Panamint Merriam 1979
koyah have a cramp (in some body part) vt Panamint Dayley 1989
Koyopotsa Ash Meadows, Nevada n top Panamint Dayley 1989
koyoto(ttsi) ~ kwiyoto(ttsi) mussel, clam, seashell n Panamint Dayley 1989
koyuuppüh black-headed grossbeak n Panamint Dayley 1989
ku- prefix:heat instrumental Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
ku- ~ ko- pertaining to the head instr prfx Panamint Dayley 1989
ku-ba-tah-cun-oh-quah Artemisia spinescens Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
ku-ba-tah-cun-oh-quah Artemisia spinescens Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
ku-cconoppi" to char Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ku-hanni", ku-ma-hanni" to cook, to roast Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ku-hanni", ku-ma-hanni", ma-kuccika-nkyh to cook, to roast Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ku-juai-nkyh to warm one’s self, to warm something up Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ku-kko'ai-cci hills Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ku-kkwi-ppyh smoke, ashes Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ku-kkwi-ppyh-toih to smoke Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ku-kkwi-ppyh, kwi-ppyh smoke, ashes Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kŭ-pă ground squirrel (Citellus) Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
ku-ppyah done, cooked, ripe Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ku-ppyah cooked, done (of food) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ku-ttuccih-tikih cinders Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ku' By fire or heat Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ku'-hwa Mentzelia albicaulis Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-i Saxifrage Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-i-do-gĭp Painted-cup Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-i-gwa-nûp Saxifrage Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-ki-koi-nûmp Torchweed; Rabbit Brush Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-ni-ro-ûmp acorn Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-ni-ûp Scrub Oak Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-no-gi Elder Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-no-gĭp Elder Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-si-a-ka; ku'-si-ak Arrowroot Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-si-a-kĕn-dzĭp Arrowroot Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-si-pa-hwats; ku'-si-pa-wats Sage Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-si-wañ-go-gĭp Five-finger Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-si-wup Holodiscus discolor var. dumosus Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-si-ya-ni-gûnt Krynitzkia fulvocanescens Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-so-nĭp Brizopyrum spicatum Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-tsa-ga-ti-wo-ra-rat Five-finger Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-tsi-pa-wa-tsĭp Sage Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'-tsi-pa-wats Sage Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ku'bĭsh brain Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ku'i nĭt turkey Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ku'i-o-gwa, Ku'i-o-ga, Kwi'o-gwa Bear River, Also occasional fro Evanston, Wyoming (see äñ'ko-gwa) Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
ku'nĭ-gi-pa-roi-kĭn small spring and creek north of Indian ranch in Skull Valley, Tooele Co. Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
ku'sa-yu-main a girl's name Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
ku'si-a-mû-tci a girl's name Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
ku'ütüingkün ~ kwütüingkün heat vt Panamint Dayley 1989
ku'yi na turkey Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ku"- with or by heat or fire INSTR Crum&Dayley2
ku"- with heat or fire INSTR Miller
ku"- with or by heat or fire Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ku"- pertaining to fire, with heat or with fire Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ku"- ~ ko"- with heat or fire instr prfx Panamint Dayley 1989
ku"- ~ kü"- ~ ko"- with the teeth or mouth instr prfx Panamint Dayley 1989
kü"- ~ ku"- ~ ko"- with the teeth or mouth instr prfx Panamint Dayley 1989
küa cicada n Panamint Dayley 1989
küa" emerge, come up, come out, go up, go out vi pl Panamint Dayley 1989
küattaippüh be out, be up pp pl Panamint Dayley 1989
kucca-wynax frying pan; to fry something Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuchu Cow Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kuchudua Calf Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kuchunee Cattle Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kudembai neck of shirt Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kugweti butt, gore Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kuh(m)appe husband; woman’s bro.-in-law (W. Sho) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
kuha male N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuha gelding N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuha male animal-SUBJ N Miller
kuha husband-SUBJ N Miller
kuha kind of seed (Mentzelia albicaulis)-SUBJ N Miller
kuha Mentzelia sp Panamint Dayley 1989
kuha Husband Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kuha male; gelding N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuha-a male animal-OBJ N Miller
kuha-a husband-OBJ N Miller
kuha-a kind of seed (Mentzelia albicaulis)-OBJ N Miller
kuha-ttu" to get married (of a woman) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuhaniH to cook TV Miller
kuhannih cook TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuhanniH to cook V Miller
kuhannih cook TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuhappe husband N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuhappe husband N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuhappe-a husband-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuhatiyainkappeh widow N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuhatu marry, get married (of a woman) IV Crum&Dayley2
kuhatu marry, get married (of a woman) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuhawatte(n) husbandless, single mother, old maid, woman who has never married ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuhawatte+n husbandless, single mother ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kuhinka" to lasso (trans.) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuhinkah to lasso Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuhma male N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuhma gelding N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuhma male animal-SUBJ N Miller
kuhma husband -SUBJ N Miller
kuhma kind of seed (Mentzelia albicaulis)-SUBJ N Miller
kuhma male; gelding N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuhma tiyaingküppüh ~ kuhma tiyaingkütün widow n pp/ prp Panamint Dayley 1989
kuhma tiyaingkütün husband dies on her = widow Panamint Dayley 1989
kuhma-a male animal-OBJ N Miller
kuhma-a husband -OBJ N Miller
kuhma-a kind of seed (Mentzelia albicaulis)-OBJ N Miller
kuhma-tu to get married V Miller
kuhma, kuha husband, male Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuhma(ttsi) husband, male n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuhmakantün married (of a woman), having a husband n & adj Panamint Dayley 1989
kuhmappe husband N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuhmappe husband-SUBJ N Miller
kuhmappe husband N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuhmappe-a husband-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuhmappe-a husband-OBJ N Miller
kuhmappü male animal n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuhmappüttsi rooster, cock n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuhmatu acquire a husband, marry (woman subject only) vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuhnai" (start to) run, run off IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuhnai" (start to) run, run off IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuhnai" to start to run, to run off, to run away, to set off for, to travel,to go (by vehicle) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuhnai" to start running, to set off for, to run off Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuhnaiG to start to run.SG.SUBJ V Miller
kuhnakkun start to run; go forward vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kuhnuija", kuhuija" to peek at Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuhuyah peek V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuhuyaH to peek, to peer at something V Miller
kuhuyah(kan) peek V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuhuyahkan peek V Crum&Dayley2
kuhwa seeds to eat from Mentzelia n Panamint Dayley 1989
Kuhwitsi people from Little Lake area n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuiccu saa" to boil meat Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuiccum-pytyh bull Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuiccun buffalo (aboriginal meaning, now pia-kuiccun), head of cattle, meat (rare usage) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuiccun tyci-aa-nympyh fork Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuiccun-a" ci-kka'ah to cut meat Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuiccun-an pyhy cowhide Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuiccun-pia-ppyh cow Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuiccun-tyci-aan-nympyh fork Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuichukwidapeh Manure Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kuichunaduku Meat, beef Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kuicu-ppaicix to whistle Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuinawen nangkwa(tün) northward adv Panamint Dayley 1989
kuinaweppüh ~ kuinawaippüh ~ kwinaweppüh north n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuisi" ~ kwisi" weave; be tangled up, entangled vt & vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kuisingkün ensnare, entrap, lasso, entangle vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuitta thrasher, Toxastoma sp n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuittseh throat N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuittseh throat N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuittseh kamma(n) have a sore throat N + IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuittseh kamma+n have a sore throat N+IV Crum&Dayley2
kuittseh kammanna a sore throat N Crum&Dayley2
kuittseh kammanna a sore throat N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuittseh-a throat-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuittsehpekka(n) have a sore throat IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuittsehpekka+n have a sore throat IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuittsih throat N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuittsih throat-SUBJ N Miller
kuittsih throat N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuittsih-a throat-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuittsih-a throat-OBJ N Miller
kuittsu(n) cow N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuittsu+n cow N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuittsun head of cattle-SUBJ N Miller
kuittsun ~ piakwittsun buffalo n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuittsun-a head of cattle-OBJ N Miller
kuittsun-na cow-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuittsunkanten cattleman, cattle owner N Crum&Dayley1
kuittsunkanten-na cattleman, cattle owner-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1
kukka'ah break from heat (flexible obj).SG IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kukka'ah break from heat (flex obj) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kukka'ah break in two from heat (flexible object) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kükka'ah bite (flexible object) in two vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kukki gather firewood TV Crum&Dayley2
kukki gather firewood TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kükkitah shave vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kukko'i(tai)ppüh dead from heat; too hot pp pl Panamint Dayley 1989
kukko'ih ~ kuttsüüwah die from heat, have a sun stroke, be too hot vi pl Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkoih die from heat.PL IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kukkoih die from heat IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kukkopah break from heat (rigid obj).SG IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kukkopah break from heat (rigid obj) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kukkopai'ih break from heat (rigid obj).PL IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kukkopai'ih break from heat (rigid obj) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kukkopiah break into pieces from heat (flexible object) vi pl Panamint Dayley 1989
kükkopiih bite (flexible object) into pieces vt pl Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkuhaiG to burn rapidly V Miller
kukkuhaiG to start to run.DL.SUBJ V Miller
kükküntu(sü) day before yesterday adv Panamint Dayley 1989
kukküppah break in two/into pieces from heat (rigid object) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kükküppah bite (rigid object) in two/into pieces vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkwahse to cook meat V Miller
kukkwase be done cooking (of food) IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kukkwase be ripe (of fruit) IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kukkwase be done cooking (of food); be ripe (of fruit) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kukkwaseppeh done, cooked ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kukkwaseppeh done, cooked ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kukkwe gather or fetch firewood vt & vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkweteaH to be scalded (of skin) V Miller
kukkwii-ppeh smoke N Miller
kukkwii"- smoke n & v stem Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkwiikkahni chimney, smoke hole n Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkwiikkee smoke v Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkwiikkih smolder IV Crum&Dayley2
kukkwiikkih smolder IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kukkwiingwünü smoke vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkwiingwününgkün smoke vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkwiinnümpü chimney n Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkwiippisippüh soot, smut, riflings n Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkwiippüh ~ kukkwiippi smoke n Panamint Dayley 1989
kukkwiitsütsü'ih crackle, sizzle vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kukuhnaiG to start to run.DL.SUBJ V Miller
kukuziha'a Quail Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kŭm rabbit, jack Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kûm'-a-ra-tsi-yu-gĭp Reed Meadow Grass Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kum'-mo-win'-nah spotted sandpiper (actitis macularia) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
kûm'-ûn-tsi-a Pigweed; Goose-foot Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
Kûm'o-rûp a boy Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
kümappüh ~ kümattsi sharp edge, sharp n & adj Panamint Dayley 1989
kümawih sharpen vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kümawinnümpü sharpener n Panamint Dayley 1989
kümi" get tight vi & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
kümittaippüh tight pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kŭmp ground squirrel (citellus) Ruby Valley, Nevada Merriam 1979
kun a boy Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
küñ'-ga Onion Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kuna firewood Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-i firewood-OBJ N Miller
kuna-i fire-OBJ N Miller
kuna-i" ta-ttukwih to stamp out a fire Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-i" tana" to pile up firewood Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-i" ttana" to pile firewood Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-i" wy-ka'ah to chop wood Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-na-pitinka" fire fighter Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-tto'ih-katy", kuna-ttoo-kkaty" woodpile Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-tty-to-ppahka" wedge (for splitting firewood) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-ttyci-kka'ah a saw Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-ttyci-kka'ah saw (noun) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-ttyci-mai-nympyh poker (for fire) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-wopi-ttam-po'e railroad Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-wopi-ttan po'e railroad Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-wopi-ttan pym-ma mukki-nympyh railroad engine Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna-wopi-ttan pyn kah wyny-nympyh railroad depot Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna" firewood, fire N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuna" firewood-SUBJ N Miller
kuna" fire-SUBJ N Miller
kuna" firewood, fire N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuna" wood, firewood, burning wood Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna" ci-ancoh-kwai-nnympyh poker (for fire) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuna" ci-ancokwai" poker (for fire) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kunaiH to make level by scraping or pressing TV Miller
kunawopi-tta train-OBJ N Miller
kunawopin train-SUBJ N Miller
kuneai-ppeh dogwood N Miller
kuneaippe dogwood N Gosiute Miller
kunenaxadexa heartburn Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kunna" firewood, fire, firedrill, matches, something to burn n Panamint Dayley 1989
kunnattsi fire drill n Panamint Dayley 1989
kunnattsi naannümpü lantern n n Panamint Dayley 1989
kunnia-ppeh acorn from scrub oak (Quercus undulata)-SUBJ N Miller
kunnia-ppeh-a acorn from scrub oak (Quercus undulata)-OBJ N Miller
künnoo(nnai'ih) carry (around) in the mouth vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kunnooh haul firewood vt & vi incorp Panamint Dayley 1989
kuntu oblong ADJ Gosiute Miller
kuntu oblong Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
küntu tukwakka(sü) last night adv Panamint Dayley 1989
küntu(sü) yesterday adv & n Panamint Dayley 1989
künu(ttsi) grandfather (FaFa); grandchild (SoCh ms) n Panamint Dayley 1989
kunuki elderberry (kind which grows on tree-like bushes; Sambucus racemosa)-SUBJ N Miller
kunuki-a elderberry (kind which grows on tree-like bushes; Sambucus racemosa)-OBJ N Miller
kunuki(ppüh) elderberry n Panamint Dayley 1989
kunukippeh elderberry plant N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kunukippeh elderberry bush N Miller
kunukippeh elderberry N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kunukippeh-a elderberry plant-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kunwa firewood Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kunwadu marry Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kunwambe husband Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kunwanwaimunku train Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kupadataki crackle, explode Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
küpah ~ küppah break (rigid object) in two vi & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
kupande Internal Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
küpataippüh broken (rigid object) pp Panamint Dayley 1989
küpiah break (rigid object) into pieces, break down vi & v instr pl Panamint Dayley 1989
kupihsi brains (animal or human) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kupisi brains (animal or human) N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kupisi brains-SUBJ N Miller
kupisi brain N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kupisi-a brains-OBJ N Miller
kupisi" brains, bone marrow n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuppa" to hollow out Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuppa(n) inside, within, in P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppa+n inside, within, in P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
küppah ~ küpah break (rigid object) in two; break down vi & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
kuppahontün from inside post Panamint Dayley 1989
kuppai inside, within, in P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuppai into and through post Panamint Dayley 1989
kuppai(ten) inside, within, in P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppan in, inside, within post Panamint Dayley 1989
kuppanku inside, within, in P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuppanku inside, within, in P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppante(n) inside, within, in P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppante+n inside, within, in P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuppanti inside, within, in P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuppanti inside, within, in P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppantu(n) inside, within, in P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppantu+n inside, within, in P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuppantun into (and through) post Panamint Dayley 1989
kuppantün in, inside post & n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuppasa dry up from heat IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuppasa dry up from heat IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppe'appeh cooked ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuppe'appeh cooked ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppeaH ripe V Miller
kuppeaH cooked V Miller
kuppeappeh cooked ADJ Miller
kuppeappeh ripe ADJ Miller
kuppeittseittseiki(n) crackle and sputter (in a fire), sizzle IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppeittseittseiki+n crackle and sputter (in a fire), sizzle IV Crum&Dayley2
kuppihsi-ppeh sweet cicely (Osmorhiza occidentalis)-SUBJ N Miller
kuppihsi-ppeh-a sweet cicely (Osmorhiza occidentalis)-OBJ N Miller
kuppihto light a match TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuppihto light a match TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppihtooH to give light V Miller
kupponka'ih break from heat (flexible obj).PL IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kupponka'ih break from heat (flex obj) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppooh brand TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppüah cook vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kuppüangkün cook vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuppüataippüh cooked, done (of food cooking) pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kuppüataippüh huuppin “cooked sticks” in handgame np Panamint Dayley 1989
kuppunnunnukki(n) spin around IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuppunnunnukki+n spin around IV Crum&Dayley2
küpütappi ~ küpütappü(tün) ~ küpütantün long, tall adj Panamint Dayley 1989
Küpütatsuku “Tall Old Man” name Panamint Dayley 1989
kusa pants N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kusa pants-SUBJ N Miller
kusa pants n Panamint Dayley 1989
kusa pants Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kusa pants N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kusa trousers Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kusa-i pants-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kusa-i pants-OBJ N Miller
kusa-na-cai'' suspenders Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kusa-na-cai" suspenders Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kusaakakakai" sizzle, boil sizzling IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
küsaapahah open up, come open vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kusangwe roast in a basket vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kusi gray ADJ Miller
kusi akken arrowroot (Balsamorrhiza sagittata) N Miller
kusiakke(n) small sunflower with gray-green leaves N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kusiakke+n small sunflower with gray-green leaves N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kusiakken-na small sunflower with gray-green leaves-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kusihuuppi-tta kind of hard wood from which bows were made-OBJ N Miller
kusihuuppin kind of hard wood from which bows were made-SUBJ N Miller
kusikkwan crane (kind of large bird with long legs)-SUBJ N Miller
kusikkwan-a crane (kind of large bird with long legs)-OBJ N Miller
kusipaitseH to whistle V Miller
kusipiyu'u Sonora lyre snake n Panamint Dayley 1989
kusippeh dust, ashes N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kusippeh dusty ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kusippeh ashes N Miller
kusippeh dust, ashes; dusty N, ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kusippeh-a dust, ashes-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kusippeh-a dusty-OBJ ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kusitsoh great great grandparents (both maternal and paternal) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kusiutta Gosiute-SUBJ N Miller
kusiutta-i Gosiute-OBJ N Miller
kusiyutah Goshiutes Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
Kusiyuttah Gosiute Shoshoni N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Kusiyuttah-a Gosiute Shoshoni-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuso'eh ~ küso'eh bite vt pl Panamint Dayley 1989
küso'eh ~ kuso'eh bite vt pl Panamint Dayley 1989
kusuai be very hot, feel very hot V Crum&Dayley2
kusuai be very hot, feel very hot V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kusuainna heat wave N Crum&Dayley2
kusuainna heat wave N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kusuainna-ø heat wave-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kusungkwa'ah taste vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kusuupia whistle a tune vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kusuuppetsü whistle, blow a whistle vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kusuuppetsünnümpü whistle n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuta neck N Miller
kütaatan fence n Panamint Dayley 1989
kütah cut with scissors vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kutaha corral N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kutaha reservation N Crum&Dayley2
kutaha corral; fenced in place N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kutaha corral N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kutahanaih build a corral V INCORP Crum&Dayley2
kutahanaih build a corral V INCORP Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kutan neck n Panamint Dayley 1989
kütannümpü scissors n Panamint Dayley 1989
kutax neck, larynx Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kutih coat Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kutiha corral N Crum&Dayley2
kutiha reservation N Crum&Dayley2
kutiha corral N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kutiisi crazy ADJ Miller
kutoifuinde boiling Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kutoipe boiled Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kutoixu boil Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kutoixwa boil Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kutopia mallard duck n Panamint Dayley 1989
kutsapeh Gravy Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kütsapi poison n Panamint Dayley 1989
kutsenixe hot (weather) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kutsinexa roast Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kutsuni Feel very hot Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
küttaa(n) hard, tough, strong; very, really adj & adv Panamint Dayley 1989
küttaampü ~ küttaampi hard, tough, strong adj Panamint Dayley 1989
küttaampü tukkuapi tough meat Panamint Dayley 1989
küttaappüh very, really, hard adv Panamint Dayley 1989
küttaappüh manzanita n Panamint Dayley 1989
küttaappüh kammanna pain Panamint Dayley 1989
küttai be hard, tough, strong vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttakkingkün blow up with dynamite vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttan-to'i-nkyh to char Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuttapai̲tua(n) become light, get light IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttapAItuan become light, get light IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuttapinaih be lit; turn on lights, have light vi & vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttapinaih be light Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttapinainnümpü(ttsi) lantern, lamp, flashlight, candle n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttapinaippüh lit, light(ed) pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttapito'eh lightning vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttento'i(n) boil up IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttento'i+n boil up IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuttento'inka(n) boil TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttento'inka+n boil TV Crum&Dayley2
kuttento'inke(n) boil TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttento'inke+n boil TV Crum&Dayley2
kuttih shoot TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuttih shoot, hit, injure vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttih shoot TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttinna huupin spear n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttinnümpü projectile n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttiyai(tai)ppüh dead from heat; too hot pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttiyaih die from heat.SG IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuttiyaih die from the heat, have a sunstroke, be too hot vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttiyaih die from heat IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttsa-wena to fry V Miller
kuttsa-wenna to fry V Miller
kuttsa(ppüh) dust, dirt, ashes n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttsaah make pudding, gravy or gruel TV Crum&Dayley2
kuttsaah make pudding, gravy or gruel TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttsaappeh pudding, gravy, gruel N Crum&Dayley2
kuttsaappeh pudding, gravy, gruel N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttsaata spoon n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttsangoyohantün Milky Way n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttsawene fry TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuttsawene fry TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttsawenne fry.DUR TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuttsawenne fry TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttseni heat up TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuttseni heat up TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttseppe to flash, to throw out flames V Miller
küttsi'ah bite vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttsiattampüh nettles n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttsihanni fire starter N Crum&Dayley2
kuttsihanni fire starter N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttsihanni-'a fire starter-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kuttsihtunah light up (a fire) TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttsiküna broil vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttsippeh coals, hot embers N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuttsippeh coals, hot embers N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttsippeh-a coals, hot embers-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuttsitu'u digging stick n Panamint Dayley 1989
küttsohi chew vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttsüküi sizzle, fry vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttsüküingkün fry, sizzle vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttsutupi bite off vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttsüüwa(tai)ppüh ~ kukko'i(tai)ppüh dead from heat; too hot pp pl Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttsüüwah ~ kukko'ih die from heat, have a sunstroke, be too hot vi pl Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttuccih-tikih to pop out (of cinders or sparks) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuttuccih-ttikkih to pop out (of cinders or sparks) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuttuh-si-ppyh, kucci-ppyh ashes Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuttuh-si-ppyh, kuttucci-ppyh ashes Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuttuhsippeh ashes N Crum&Dayley2
kuttuhsippeh ashes-SUBJ N Miller
kuttuhsippeh ashes N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttuhsippeh-a ashes-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kuttuhsippeh-a ashes-OBJ N Miller
kuttuhu charcoal N Miller
kuttuhu kahni charcoal kiln n & n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttuhu-pi-tta charcoal-OBJ N Miller
kuttuhu-pin charcoal-SUBJ N Miller
kuttuhu-pin hot coals, charcoal Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuttuhupin ashes, coals, charcoal, embers n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuttumpittseh hummingbird N Crum&Dayley2
kuttumpittseh woodpecker N Crum&Dayley2
kuttumpittseh wood-pecker N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttumpittseh woodpecker N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuttuppuiH to flame V Miller
kuttuppuiH to twinkle V Miller
kuttusippüh smut, soot n Panamint Dayley 1989
küttutupi bite off vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kutucca-ppyh ashes Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kutumpittsi woodpecker Duckwater Harbin 1988
kutusipe ashes Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kutuvi charcoal Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kuu bury vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuu" bury TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuu" dive TV Crum&Dayley2
kuu" bury; dive TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuuhkinka lasso, rope (an animal) TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuuhkinka lasso, rope (an animal) TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuukki cook vi & vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kuukkingkün cook for vt Panamint Dayley 1989
küümpe(ttsi) ground squirrel sp (grey with a small tail) n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuuta(n) coat N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuuta+n coat N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuuttüah cache, burying place n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuvis brain Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kuwi(ttsi) throat, front of neck n Panamint Dayley 1989
kuwiccih (inside of) throat Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kuwih whimbrell (large shorebird) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kuwii sandpiper N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuwii sandpiper N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuwii-'a sandpiper-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kuya kind of plant with edible seeds wich grows to west or south of Gosiute area (i.e. Tonopah, Reno, etc) N Miller
kuyanunuki to have heat waves V Miller
kuyu'ainka(n) warm up TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuyu'ainka+n warm up TV Crum&Dayley2
kuyu'ainke(n) warm up TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kuyu'ainke+n warm up TV Crum&Dayley2
kuyutumpita ~ kiutumpita horsefly n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwa Go and [+verb] Graham 2008
kwa Go and [+verb] Graham 2008
kwa'-tciûp Barley Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kwa'i so, thus, therefore, that is ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwa'i so, thus, therefore, that is ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwa'i focus/emphatic particles (not post-posed) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
kwa'i kia uncertain (about whatever it is) ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwa'i kia uncertain (about whatever it is) ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwa'i witsa for example ADV Crum&Dayley2
kwa'i witsa for example ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwa'igia Uncertain about Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwa'im-pyh, kwaim-pyh, wa'im-pyh back (body part) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwa'in-cuhni-ppyh backbone Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwa'tsa i pu ru ĭtc stone-fly Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kwa'tsa wu pu ru ĭtc stone-fly Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kwaa(“) win, beat (at some competition) vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kwaadedua Ammunition Graham 2008
kwaadedua Ammunition Graham 2008
kwaahku", kwaah to win (in a competition or in gambling on a competition) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwaasep ripe Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwah great blue heron (Ardea herodias) Goshiute Merriam 1979
kwah'-hah night heron (Nycticorax) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
kwah'-hah night heron (Nycticorax) Panamint Merriam 1979
kwah'-rah antelope (Antilocarpa) Goshiute Merriam 1979
kwahade Antelope fawn Graham 2008
kwahade Antelope fawn Graham 2008
kwahaimpeh back N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwahaimpeh back N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwahaimpeh-a back-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwahain kupisi spinal cord N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwahain kupisi spinal cord N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwahaintsuhni spine, backbone N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwahaintsuhni spine, backbone N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwahate(n) antelope N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwahate+n antelope N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwahaten antelope-SUBJ N Miller
kwahaten-a antelope-OBJ N Miller
kwahaten-na antelope-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwahinzuhipe backbone Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwahn'-dah sand-hill crane (grus mexicanus) Ruby Valley, Nevada Merriam 1979
kwai-nankwa" in back (of a person) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwai-nankwa" in back (of person) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwai'ah break off, come off IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwai'ah break off, come off IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwai'ah be tired Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwa̲i̲'a̲i̲H to be tired V Northern dialect Miller
kwai'nna Habitually [+verb] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwaicoih, koicoih to wash Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwa̲i̲ha̲i̲m-peh back-SUBJ N Miller
kwa̲i̲ha̲i̲m-peh-a back-OBJ N Miller
kwaimba'a On back Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwaimba'a habitigi Land on back Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwaimbe On ones back Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwaimpi back (of thing) n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwaimpü back (of body) n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwainai Behind Graham 2008
kwainai Behind Graham 2008
kwaintsuhni backbone, vertebra n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwaisi tail-SUBJ N Miller
kwaisi tail Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwaisi tail Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwaisi-'awy dipper Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwaisi-a tail-OBJ N Miller
kwaisigande demon (concept of devil in his physical form) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwaisigande izavigape misled by demons Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwa̅i̅tsoiH to wash TV Miller
kwaitu'a shed, take off V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwaitu'a shed, take off V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwaiyawaihe rest Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwaiyawayxa rest Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwaizuhwi Backbone Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwakkuG to win a game V Miller
kwakkuhu win TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwakkuhu(n) win, beat TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwakkuhuppeh winnings N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwakkuhuppeh winnings N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwakkuhuppeh-a winnings-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwakkwaha(n) win, beat TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwakkwahappeh winnings N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwakkwapi lie (down).DISTR IV Crum&Dayley2
kwakkwapi go to sleep.DISTR IV Crum&Dayley2
kwakkwappi lie (down).PL.DUR IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwakkwappi float.PL.DUR IV Crum&Dayley2
kwakkwappi lie (down); go to sleep IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwakwek win Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwampi fall down.PL IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwampi ~ yuma fall down (yuma = pl) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwan-tuah to roll over Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwan'-dit-tah sand-hill crane (Grus mexicanus) Goshiute Merriam 1979
kwana-ppyih to smell bad Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwana" smell IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwana" smell IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwana" smell vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kwana" to smell Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwanaG to smell IV Miller
kwanna smell.DUR IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwanna smell IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwanrate smelly Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwapa" carry in arms, hug TV Crum&Dayley2
kwapa" hug TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwapa" carry in arms; hug TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwapa" hug TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwapakka(n) hold in arms TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwapakka+n hold in arms TV Crum&Dayley2
kwapi" lie (down).PL IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwapi" float.PL IV Crum&Dayley2
kwapi" go to sleep.PL IV Crum&Dayley2
kwapi" lie (down); float IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwapi" lie (down); go to sleep IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwapi" ~ kopi" lie (down), be in a prone position vi dl Panamint Dayley 1989
kwapiG to lie down.DL.SUBJ V Miller
kwapiG to lie down.PL.SUBJ V Miller
kwapiG to be situated (of an object more or less in a prone position).PL.SUBJ V Miller
kwapiG to be situated (of an object more or less in a prone position).DL.SUBJ V Miller
kwappi lie (down).PL.DUR IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwappi float.PL.DUR IV Crum&Dayley2
kwappi go to sleep.PL.DUR IV Crum&Dayley2
kwappi lie (down); go to sleep IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwappuiH to overflow, to splash out V Miller
kwasa Porridge pine gravy Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwase' Be ripe Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwase" ripen IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwase" roast, cook IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwase" ripen; roast, cook IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwaseG to cook V Miller
kwaseG to get ripe V Miller
kwasenka(n) roast, ripen TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwasenka+n roast, ripen TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwasenke(n) roast, ripen TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwasenke+n roast, ripen TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwaseppeh ripe ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwaseppeh cooked, done ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwaseppeh ripe; cooked, done ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwasi tail N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwasi tail feather N Crum&Dayley2
kwasi Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwasi tail, tail feather N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwasi ape Devil Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwasi appe devil N Crum&Dayley2
kwasi appe devil N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwasi appe-a devil-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kwasi taipo monkey N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwasi(ttsi) tail n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwasiappe devil N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1
kwasiappe-a devil-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1
Kwasikantün “Got a Tail” name (woman’s) Panamint Dayley 1989
kwasintsi tail, tail feather N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwasu-ma-pyta sleeve Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwasu'u'amih make dresses Panamint Dayley 1989
kwasu'u(n) dress N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwasu'u+n dress N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwasu'uhka(n) be dressed IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwasu'uhka+n be dressed IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwasu'un dress n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwasu'un-na dress-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwasu'unka(n) dress, get (someone) dressed TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwasu'unka+n dress, get (someone) dressed TV Crum&Dayley2
kwasu'unke(n) dress, get (someone) dressed TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwasu'unke+n dress, get (someone) dressed TV Crum&Dayley2
kwasü" ripen vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kwasü(ttai)ppüh ripe, ripened pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kwasuh to put on a dress Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwasun shirt-SUBJ N Miller
kwasun dress-SUBJ N Miller
kwasun dress, shirt, clothes Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwasun ma-ppyta sleeve Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwasun-a shirt-OBJ N Miller
kwasun-a dress-OBJ N Miller
kwasy-ppyh ripe; right, correct Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwattaa to make gruel V Miller
kwattsa gruel, porridge N Miller
kwattsa-ppeh gruel, porridge-SUBJ N Miller
kwattsa-ppeh-a gruel, porridge-OBJ N Miller
kwattsaah make pudding, gravy or gruel TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwattsaah make pudding, gravy or gruel TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwattsaah make pudding, gravy or gruel V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwattsaappeh pudding, gravy, gruel, porridge N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwattsaappeh pudding, gravy, gruel N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwattsaappeh-a pudding, gravy, gruel, porridge-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwattsappeh pudding, gravy, gruel, porridge N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwattsappeh-a pudding, gravy, gruel, porridge-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwatukkiH wrinkles or rolls of fat on the neck of an animal such as a turkey or sheep Miller
kwaty-kkoa-ppyh antelope corral used in hunt, antelope surround Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwaty-m-pia-ppyh female antelope Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwaty" antelope Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwavaka carry in arms Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwayaG to fall off.SG.SUBJ V Miller
kwayaG to go under.SG.SUBJ V Miller
kwayah loosen, get loose vi sg-dl & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
kwayahpaitii to go under.PL.SUBJ V Miller
kwayahpaitii to fall off.PL.SUBJ V Miller
kwayingkün shed skin (e.g., of a snake) vt & cognate obj v Panamint Dayley 1989
kwayingküppüh ~ kwayingkünna shed skin (of a snake) n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
kwayu'i shed, molt IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwayu'i Molt Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwayu'i shed, molt IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwayyaxe tired Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwe-dah'-gah-gi' magpie (Pica) Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
kwe-do-e magpie (Pica) Goshiute Merriam 1979
kwe-o' red-tailed hawk (Buteo borealis) Panamint Merriam 1979
kwe-tah'-mo-gus scaly lizard (Sceloporus) Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
kwe'-bentz scorpion shoshone of Central Nevada Merriam 1979
kwe'-dah-woi'-ah magpie (Pica) Panamint Merriam 1979
kwe'-nah golden eagle (Aquila) Goshiute Merriam 1979
kwe'-nal red-tailed hawk (Buteo borealis) shoshone of Central Nevada Merriam 1979
kwe'-yer mountain quail (Oreortyx) shoshone of Central Nevada Merriam 1979
kwe(h)e" na- UNSP; wa’ai- ‘woman’ (No. Sho.); brother’s wife Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
kwea-ppeh corral, fence-SUBJ N Miller
kwea-ppeh antelope surround-SUBJ N Miller
kwea-ppeh-a corral, fence-OBJ N Miller
kwea-ppeh-a antelope surround-OBJ N Miller
kweappehempeta wings of an antelope surround N Miller
kwee wife-SUBJ N Miller
kwee-i wife-OBJ N Miller
kwee-ttu to get married (of a man) V Miller
kwee' Wife Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwee" wife N Crum&Dayley2
kwee" wife N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwee"-i wife-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kweekkante(n) married (of a man), having a wife ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kweekkante+n married (of a man), having a wife ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kweettu marry, get married (of a man) V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kweettu marry, get married (of a man) V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kweh wife Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwehe wife N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwehe wife-SUBJ N Miller
kwehe-i wife-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwehe-i wife-OBJ N Miller
kwehe' Wife Graham 2008
kwehe' Wife Graham 2008
kwehe" wife N Crum&Dayley2
kwehe" wife N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwehe"-i wife-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kwehediyaingapeh Widower Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwehekkante(n) married (of a man), having a wife ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwehekkante+n married (of a man), having a wife ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kweheppa'i(n) have a wife V INCORP Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kweheppa'i+n have a wife V INCORP Crum&Dayley2
kwehetiyainkappeh widower N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwehettu marry, get married (of a man) V Crum&Dayley2
kwehettu marry, get married (of a man) V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwēn'-nah golden eagle (Aquila) Panamint Merriam 1979
kwesinke to trap Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kweteaH to be abraded (of skin or bark only) V Miller
kweti shoot Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwettih shoot TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwettiH to shoot V Miller
kwettih shoot TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwi-ppyh, ku-kkwi-ppyh smoke Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwi'-ni-ûp Staminate flowers of negundo, etc. Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kwi'-ta-kwa-nûp Lupine Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kwi'-ta-po Orogenia linearifolia Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kwi'-ta-po-ni Orogenia linearifolia Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kwĭ'-tcĕn-bo-gûp Cocklebur Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
kwi'ampeh lazy.SG ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwi'ampeh lazy ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwi'ankante(n) lazy ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwi'ankante+n lazy.SG ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kwi'naa bird N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwi'naa bird N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwi'naattsi pet N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwi'naattsi pet bird N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwi'naattsi-a pet-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwi'ni a rro ko bĭtc puma Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kwi'nĭn-gar-ni Eagle Mountain, Idaho Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
kwi'pa rri a moose Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kwi'pu ka ferret, black-footed Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kwi'to wo ya magpie Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kwi'tŭ bu i beetle, dung Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kwi'tŭ pĭ shu ĭnt bug, stink Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kwi'yampeh lazy ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwi'yankante(n) lazy ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwiam-peh lazy ADJ Miller
kwibenda Get crooked Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwibendapeh Bent Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwibi'i Gravy Graham 2008
kwibi'i Gravy Graham 2008
kwibudahkande Crooked Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwibunzi Scorpion Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwiccaih to jerk, to flash (of light) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwichi'i Flash Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwicu-ppaicih to whistle Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwicupantyn pile, mound Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwid-dah-go'-yah magpie (pica) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
kwid'-dă-wi magpie (pica) Ruby Valley, Nevada Merriam 1979
kwid'-dah-wi'-ah magpie (pica) shoshone of Central Nevada Merriam 1979
kwidape feces Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwidua' Take off Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwii left (side) ADJ Miller
kwii left n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwii mo'o left hand Panamint Dayley 1989
kwii nampe left foot Panamint Dayley 1989
kwii nangki left ear Panamint Dayley 1989
kwii nangkwa leftwards; left side post phrase & n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwii pui left eye Panamint Dayley 1989
kwii püta left arm Panamint Dayley 1989
kwii tsattepekki smoke hole N Miller
kwii-ppeh smoke N Miller
kwiippeh smoke N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwiippeh smoke N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwiippeh-a smoke-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwiiweneh be smokey, smolder IV Crum&Dayley2
kwiiweneh be smokey, smolder IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwikkwi'ampehnee(n) lazy ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwikkwi'ampehnee+n lazy.PL ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwikkwihtu(n) defecate, shit (vulgar) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwikkwihtu+n defecate, shit.DISTRIB IV Crum&Dayley2
kwikkwiya'wente(n) frightened, scared ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwikwiya'wente+n frightened, scared ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwina-mupin beak Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwina-tym-pin beak Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwinaa eagle-SUBJ N Miller
kwinaa large bird (generic)-SUBJ N Miller
kwinaa eagle, large bird n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwinaa bird (generic especially any large bird), eagle Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwinaa-a eagle-OBJ N Miller
kwinaa-a large bird (generic)-OBJ N Miller
kwinaa-i eagle-OBJ N Miller
kwinaa-i large bird (generic)-OBJ N Miller
kwinaha̅i̅ north LOC Miller
kwinahai-nankwa-ttyn taci'ym-pin north star Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwinahai-nankwa" north Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwinahai-suaim-pityh north wind Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwinahai"-pin north wind, anything that comes from the north Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwinahainaih from the north ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwinahainaih(ten) from the north ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwinahainaihte+n from the north ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwinahainangufaihte' Towards north Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwinahainankuhte(n) north ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwinahainankuhte+n north ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwinahaippai̲tu(n) northward, toward the north ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwinahaippAItu+n northwards, toward the north ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwinahaipu Northward Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwinahaix, kwinahai-nankwa" north Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwinawen nangkwa(tün) northwards post phrase Panamint Dayley 1989
kwinaweppüh ~ kwinawaippüh ~ kuinaweppüh north n Panamint Dayley 1989
Kwinawetün Owens Valley Paiute, Mono n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwingadekaq chicken hawk Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwini-nnympyh spoon, middle and index fingers used as a spoon (when eating pine nut gruel) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwini, typa-kwini pine nut gruel, porridge Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwini" lick TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwini" eat pudding-like food TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwini" lick; eat pudding-like food TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwini", typa-kwini" pine nut gruel Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwiniG to lick TV Miller
kwininnompeh spoon N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwininnompeh spoon N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwininnompeh-a spoon-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwintukkiH to zigzag V Miller
kwinu go round in twisting motion vi & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
kwinuhi turn around, twist around IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwinuhi Turn around Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwinuhi turn around, twist around IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwinyah chicken Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwinyakuhanazitiyaiq comb of rooster Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwinyambiafenohavit setting hen Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwinyandedamingwetixoq cockspur Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwinyuwaxu dizzy Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwipe smoke Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwipih gravy Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwipika' Shiver Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwippikka(n) shiver IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwippikka+n shiver IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwippippih to shake Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwippisyh grapes Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwippuiH to flip V Miller
kwippuiH to whip V Miller
kwippynci scorpion Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwipuntah bend, be/get crooked IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwipuntah(kan) bend, be/get crooked IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwipuntahka+n bend, be/get crooked IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwipuntahkante(n) crooked, bent; hunchbacked ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwipuntahkante+n crooked, bent ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwipuntahkante+n hunchbacked ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kwipuntsi scorpion-SUBJ N Western Miller
kwipuntsi-a scorpion-OBJ N Western Miller
kwipuntsih scorpion N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwipuntsih scorpion N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwipuntsih-a scorpion-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwisi Be tangled Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwisi Ensnare Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwisi-nkyh to entangle (trans.), to trap (trans.), to catch (trans.) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwisi" weave V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwisi" be tangled, ensnared V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwisi" weave; be tangled, ensnared V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwisi" to be tangled, to become entangled Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwisi" ~ kuisi" weave; be tangled up, entangled, ensnared vt, vi & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
kwisi(ngkü)nnümpü ~ nakwisi(ngkü)nnümpü net, snare n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwisiG to braid V Miller
kwisiG to be tangled, to become entangled V Miller
kwisiG to weave a basket V Miller
kwisikande Entangle Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwisinga Ensnared Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwisingkün ensnare, entangle, net, lasso, impede vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kwisinka(n) trap, catch, ensnare, net, entangle TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwisinka+n trap, catch, ensnare, net, entangle TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwisinke(n) trap, catch, ensnare, net, entangle TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwisinke+n trap, catch, ensnare, net, entangle TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwisittaippüh tangled up, entangled pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kwita-ccanki" to be constipated Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwita-ccih ass, anus Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwita-mmih-kantyn to be constipated Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwita-mmyih-kantyn to be constipated Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwita-ppyh excrement Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwita-ttainty anus Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwita-ttyi" to be constipated Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwita" defecate IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwita" defecate, poop, shit (vulgar) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwita" butt, behind N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwita" shit, defecate vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kwita" to defecate Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwita" ~ kwitattsi ass, butt n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitaataippüh ruined, worn out adj Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitaG to defecate V Miller
kwitakkahni toilet, outhouse N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwitakkahni outhouse, privy n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitakkahni toilet, outhouse N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwitakkotso jay (Stellars or scrub) n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitakkwana lupine N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwitakkwana lupine N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwitakkwana-'a lupine-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwitakkwana" smell shitty Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitakusix anus N Miller
kwitammüihan be constipated vi Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitappeh feces, excrement N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwitappeh excrement-SUBJ N Miller
kwitappeh excrement Duckwater Harbin 1988
kwitappeh feces, excrement, dung, stool, poop, shit (vulgar) N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwitappeh-a feces, excrement-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwitappeh-a excrement-OBJ N Miller
kwitappi bottom, butt n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitappittuhu(ttsi) anus, asshole n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitappüh shit, feces, excrement n & pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitappüh pittsu'uppüh shit crash Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitasuu" fart, break wind; spray (said of a skunk) vi & vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitasuuhipittsi(ttsi) farting (old) woman n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitasuukkwana" smell farty Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitasuungkün make fart vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitasuuppüh fart n & pp Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitasuuppühkantün farter n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitasuuttsuku(ppüttsi) farting (old) man n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitattaina anus N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwitattainna anus N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwitattawinna anus, asshole n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitattemi be constipated V Crum&Dayley2
kwitattemi be constipated V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwitattsi rectum N Crum&Dayley2
kwitattsi rectum N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwitattsi-a rectum-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
kwitattüah shitting place n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitawoyampeh snakeweed N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwitawoyampeh snakeweed N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwitawoyampeh-a snakeweed-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwitawoyo(n) magpie N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwitawoyo+n magpie N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwitawoyompü magpie headdress n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitawoyon magpie-SUBJ N Miller
kwitawoyon ~ kwitawoyoppüh magpie n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwitawoyon-a magpie-OBJ N Miller
kwitawoyon-na magpie-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwĭtc'ĕn cow Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kwĭtc'ĕn du a calf Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
kwitha Defecate Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwithapeh Excrement Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwithatian Anus Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwitoinguxu smoke out Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwitsu buffalo Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwitsu-na̲i̲H to be alive V Miller
kwitsumunk cow Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwitsunaih survive IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwitsunaih survive IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwitsunduah calf Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwitsungwidape manure Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
kwitta defecate.DUR IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwitta defecate, poop, shit (vulgar) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwitti to shoot V Miller
kwittiana dogwood N Miller
kwittsaiH to jerk V Miller
kwittsaiH to flash (of light) V Miller
kwittseh tease, bother V Northern Miller
kwiwa'a Startle Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwiya'a be surprised, be startled, be frightened V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
kwiya'a Frighten Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwiya'a be surprised, be startled, be frightened V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwiyaa Be startled Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwiyaa Wear on head Graham 2008
kwiyaa Wear on head Graham 2008
kwiyambe Lazy Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwiyambende Lazy, to be Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
kwiyampeh lazy.SG ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kwiyampeh lazy ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwiyankante(n) lazy ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
kwiyankante+n lazy.SG ADJ Crum&Dayley2
kwiyoo red-tailed hawk, Buteo borealis n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwiyoto(ttsi) ~ koyoto(ttsi) mussel, clam, seashell n Panamint Dayley 1989
kwo-'ainka-kwicai-caih to lightning Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwo-'ainka-kwicai-caih lightning Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwütüingkün ~ ku'ütüingkün heat vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kwüü" ~ kwüün catch; own, possess; marry vt Panamint Dayley 1989
kwüükkanna possession, one’s own, belong to n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
kwyhy (kwyhi), kwyy wife Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwytti-wa'i-ppy a prostitute Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwyttih to shoot, to direct a force outward suddenly Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwyttih-tikih to ejaculate Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwytyah to peel, to be abraded Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kwyy-ttuh to get married (of a man) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ky-cci'ah to bite Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ky-cci'ah to bite (something hard) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ky-kka'ah to bite (something flexible) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ky-sitah to grit (one’s teeth) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ky-sitah to grit one’s teeth Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ky"- with the teeth, with the mouth Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kyccaih to owe Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kyma sharp (of an edge) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kyma-naih to sharpen (an edge or blade) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kyma-ppyh a sharp-edged thing (e.g. a knife) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kymmai different, different one, somebody else Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kymmai-syn foreigner Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kynkisyh chin Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kynu father’s father, man’s son’s child Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kypatta-wyny" to stand tall Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kypatta-wynyh to stand tall Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kypattax long, tall Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kypix short Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kysappax to open the mouth Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kyti cat Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kyti-am mocon cat’s whiskers Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kyti-an mocon cat’s whiskers Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kyti, pia-kkyti-cci" tractor, caterpillar tractor (called a “cat” in English Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kyttan hard, powerful Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kyttan paa-'ymah to rain hard Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
kyympai prairie dog Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
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