Shoshoni Dictionary

Found 3539 results beginning with N.

Shoshoni English Part of Speech Dialect Source
-'nna Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-(n)na complement subordinating participial suffix Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-(n)ni (ku) adverbial:simulative, descriptive Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-(na)tea incorp. aux. verbs (request) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-n Possessive suffix Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-na aspectual:general (DS-infinitive/gerund; No. Sho. iterative) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-na object case suffixes Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-naa" incorp. aux. verb (be, become) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-naah incorp. aux. verb (be, become) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-naappain ~ -naappa'in ~ naappa'en have (alienably only) vt obj incorp Panamint Dayley 1989
-naha incorp. aux. verbs (generic active) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nahponiG to bend (e.g. willow, paper, wire, etc) TINSTRV Miller
-nai make, build, create V/INCORP WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
-nai postposition of goal; beneficiary (to, for) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nai postposition of motion from source Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nai incorp. aux. verb (manufacture; build) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nai make, build, create V INCORP Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
-na̲i̲ incorp. aux. verb (manufacture; build) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-na̅i̅G to make V Miller
-naih to make, to build Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-nainka(n) make for, have (someone) make V INCORP Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
-nainka+n make for, have make V/INCORP Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
-nainke(n) make for, have (someone) make V INCORP Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
-nainke+n make for, have make V/INCORP Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
-naitte postposition (place of origin) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nakkahti postpositions of topic/issue Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nanku loc. postpos. (flank, beside, next; to(ward)) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nankwa loc. postpos. (flank, beside, next; to(ward)) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nankwa" in direction of, toward Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-nee plural noun/plural verb-subject suffix Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nei prefinal aspect:go/return (2nd, No. Sho.) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nei- to go and [+ verb] and return Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-nei' left (to do something) and came back Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-nekki incorporating deontic aux. verb (necessity) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nemi- incorp. aux. verb of motion (wander; live) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nemmi incorp. aux. verb of motion (wander; live) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ngku ~ -mungku ~ -angku dual dl n sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-ngunah put, place, set v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-ngwenih ~ -wenih hang v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-ni adverbial:different-subject (period; season) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ni agentive nominalizing suffix Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ni prefinal aspect:go/return (2nd, No. Sho.) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-ni one who . . . -s, -er Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-ni nabuinde (it) looks like/ (it) looks [+ adj] Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-nikkah to put into Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-niku like..., as... Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
-nka(n) applicative (benefactive, causative; +trans.) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nke(n) applicative (benefactive, causative; +trans.) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nkyh to cause to . . . (causative, verb suffix), to do for someone (benefactive) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-nna infinitive form n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
-nna objective case sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-nni like, similar to, as, (this/that) way P Crum&Dayley2
-nni ~ ni(n) like, way, in the manner of post Panamint Dayley 1989
-nnisen like, similar to, as, (this/that) way P Crum&Dayley2
-nnu'u certainly, surely, really, emphatically adv enclitic Panamint Dayley 1989
-nnuhi may, might, will tense v sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-nnümpü instrument(al) form n sfx Panamint Dayley 1989
-noiH to pull out (e.g. grass, weeds, hair) INSTRV Miller
-nompeh instrumental nominalizing postposition Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nompyh Thing, tool, artifact, instrument, -er Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-nopah destroy v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-nu aspectual:slow completion Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nuaG to move something.SG.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-nuah to move something Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
-nuhi aspectual:future irrealis Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nuhi" destroy v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
-nui aspectual:future irrealis Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nuii to move.PL.OBJ TINSTRV Miller
-nukki incorp. aux. verb of motion (+/durative) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nunukki incorp. aux. verb of motion (+/durative) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nutaa incorp. aux. verb of motion (+/durative) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
-nuttsaH to break in half lengthwise TINSTRV Miller
-nympyh, -nompyh (less common) thing, tool, artifact, instrument, -er Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
(na)nahaintsehnee(n) boyfriend and girlfriend (relationship), friend relationship N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
(ne) awogozhol[']haikwai'nna (I) usually wash the dishes Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
(nümü) kammu wika(ppüh) rabbit-skin blanket Panamint Dayley 1989
n and con Panamint Dayley 1989
n nisunai Annoy verbally Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
na- Reflexive prefix Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na- Adjective formative, passivizer, detrasitivizer Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na- Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
na- ~ no- passive, medio-passive, reflexive, reciprocal voice v prfx Panamint Dayley 1989
na-'ahma shirt Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-'uttuh to lend Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nă-boo'-ah-gwah-tsoo' red ringed snake (Ophibolus zonatus) Panamint Merriam 1979
na-ca-ttama-ppyh a knot Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ca-ttymah door Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ca-ttytuppih to stretch one’s muscles Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-cai" to be held up, to be held Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ci-kka'ah to be cut Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ci-ttooh crutch Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ci-ttooh to walk with a crutch Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-cywiih to wrestle (playfully), to throw down Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-cywiih, na-to-ppaih to fight Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-gads-tick-er sheep-eaters Ute? Huntington 1872
na-hanni-nnympyh storage basket Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-jaa-nympyh to handle Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-joko-wa'i-ppy a prostitute Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-joko-wai-ppy prostitute Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-kua-kantyn fenced in Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-kwaahku", na-kwaah to lose Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-kwaahku", na-kwaah to lose (in gambling or competition) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-kwaicoih to wash one’s self Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-kwaicoih, na-koicoih to wash one’s self Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-kyccaih to get credit Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ma-tymah lid Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ma-tymyy-ppyh canned food Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ma-tymyy-ppyh canned foods Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-mokoccih container, holder Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-nanka-kkih to echo Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ni-suntahai-nkyh to pray Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-nihaix (Elko, Owyhee) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-nymy relatives Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-nymy-pya-nyy handgame team, partners Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-paikkah to commit suicide Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-pakan bullet Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-pata-nympyh something made of cloth which is spread out (e. g. a rug or bedspread) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-picca-naih to take a picture Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-pisaah rouge Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-pisah to put on, to rouge Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-pitinka" to fight Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-pitinka"-pin, na-pitinka-ppyh a fight Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ppeh the edible part of the cattail ('saippeh') between the stem and the root N Miller
na-ppuni" window Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-puih to be clear, to get clear, to be light Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-puih-kantyn a clearing Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-puisaih, na-pusaih to dream Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-puni-mantyn tyasy-kkwa upaka frost on the window Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-puni" window Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-sii" to wet the bed Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-suaih to be bashful Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-sunkwaah to feel (physically) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ta-nnoo-'aan-ko'ai" saddle horn Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ta-nnoo-kkahaica saddle horn Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ta-nnoo" saddle Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ta-noo-'aan-ko'ai" saddle horn Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ta-ppusah a nail Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-ta-ppusah, ty-ta-ppusah nail Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-taman-nai-ppyh false teeth Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tappanku-naih to braid or plait Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tappinia-ppyh a name Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tappiniha", na-tappina" to have a name, to be named Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-to-ppaih to fight Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-to'aih to mount Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-to'ih to mount Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tycy-ppyh number Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tycyy-ppyh number Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tympai-konoih-kantyn palate (of mouth) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tymyy-cci storekeeper Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tymyy-kahni store Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tymyy-kkahni store Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tymyy-ppyh canned food Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tymyy-ttenkwan storekeeper Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-tymyy" to sell Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-typoo-ppyh writing Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-waihja-nkyh to burn one’s self Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-waihja" burned Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-wy-kkuntupi-ppyh a handrolled cigarette Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na-wy-kkuntupi-ppyh (handrolled) cigarette Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na'-da-pa-ra-na-gĭnt Buffalo-bean Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
na'-da-pu-gai-gi Salt Grass Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
na'-da-pu-gui-gi Salt grass Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
na'-na-rĭp Flax Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
nă'-soo-ar'-rah tarantula Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
na'a Live, place Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
na'a-kkantyn offspring, relatives Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na'a" to go ahead, to continue Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na'ahpu(nten) half; in half, halfway N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'ahpu+n half N Crum&Dayley2
na'ahpu+n in half, halfway ADV Crum&Dayley2
na'aka Between Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
na'aka Middle Graham 2008
na'aka Middle Graham 2008
na'akka middle N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
na'akka in the middle ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
na'akka (in the) middle N, ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'akka locative postpositions (in the middle; center) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
na'andapu Apart Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
na'antappu(n) separately, apart ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'antappu+n separately, apart ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
na'apeh Used Graham 2008
na'apeh Used Graham 2008
na'appunte(n) in all directions ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'appunte+n in all directions ADV Crum&Dayley2
na'apunde In all directions Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
na'awa'impü lazy person who always refuses to do things n Panamint Dayley 1989
na'awa'in refuse to do from laziness vi Panamint Dayley 1989
na'inginah Before Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
na'isape horny, sexually aroused ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
na'isape horny, sexually aroused ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'kamma'a delicacy, favorite food N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
na'kamma'a delicacy, favorite food N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'kwana'a perfume N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
na'kwana'a perfume N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'kweettu marry each other V Crum&Dayley2
na'kweettu marry each other V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'ma'ai with each other ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'mai nanamai With each other Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
na'na-vi a woman, now deceased Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
na'na-wĭnt-a-ho-nûp Birch Creek, Deep Creek district, Tooele Co. Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
na'natea race (in a footrace) IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
na'natea race (in a footrace) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'piyaa fifteen cents N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
na'piyaa fiteen cents N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'puittai(n) divorce, separate (of a couple) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'puittai+n divorce, separate (of a couple) IV Crum&Dayley2
na'ta wi a phalanx of finger, those beyond first (together) Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
na'tcu a girl's name Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
na'tsa ko rra raccoon Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
na'tsawaini oriole N Crum&Dayley2
na'tsawaini oriole N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'tsawaini-'a oriole-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
na'üah be planted vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
na'üahanna plants, crops n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
na'üma ~ na'üngwa be rained on vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
na'utaah be found v pass Panamint Dayley 1989
na'uttuhtaippeh given away ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
na'uttuhtaippeh given away ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'uttuppeh given ADJ Crum&Dayley2
na'uttuppeh given ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'wa'i like each other, similar to each other.DL ADV Crum&Dayley2
na'wa'i like each other, similiar to each other ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'wa'iten like each other, similar to each other.DL ADV Crum&Dayley2
na'wa'iten like each other, similiar to each other ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na'wai Similar to each other Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
na'yahnai laugh.PL IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
na'yahnai laugh IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na(a)- prefixes for unspc. agent (medio)pass, reflx) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
na(na)- prefix:reciprocal subjects Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
naa live, place Duckwater Harbin 1988
naa Be, to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naa Beome Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naa Because of Graham 2008
naa- to happen, become, be, do Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naa' Get Graham 2008
naa' Happen Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naa' Get Graham 2008
naa" be, become, happen LINK Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naa" do LINK Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naa" be, become, get, happen; do LINK V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naa" be; happen; belong to v copula & aux Panamint Dayley 1989
naa", naha" to be, to become, to grow, to grow up, to dwell, to be alive Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
naadoihu urinate Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naafai bia sewaathe' Six hundred Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naafai'i Six (of something) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naafaite (naafaiti) six Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naafaitee' (naafaitei') six (of something Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naafaitenga daa naakihka at six (o’clock) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naafaitthe' Six Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naafaiwaathe' Sixty Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naafayte six (in counting) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naafaytes six (quantity) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naaG to say V Gosiute Miller
naaG to become V Miller
naagih Become, to get to be Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naagihga Become, in time get to be in time Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naagii Be (of time), to get to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naagwai Become, to get to be Graham 2008
naagwaisih squash Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naah be, become, happen AUX Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naah do AUX Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naah be, become, get, happen; do AUX Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naahi might, may adv Panamint Dayley 1989
naahpai pia seemaahte(n) six hundred NO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naahpai pia seemaahte+n six hundred NUM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naahpai- six NUM WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naahpai- six NO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naahpa̅i̅h-ten six-SUBJ NUM Miller
naahpa̅i̅h-ti six-OBJ NUM Miller
naahpaih-tyn six Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
naahpaihte(n) six NO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naahpaihte+n six NUM WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naahpaimaah- sixty NUM WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naahpaimaah- sixty NO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naahpaimaahte(n) sixty NO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naahpaimaahte+n sixty NUM WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naahpaimaayente(n) sixty NO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naahpaimaayente+n sixty NUM WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
Naahpain Nawookah Saturday N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naahpain nawookkah Saturday N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naaijawii to play the handgame Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
naaijawii" handgame Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
naaiyangwi ~ neeyangwi play handgame or stickgame vi Panamint Dayley 1989
naaiyangwippi ~ neeyangwippi handgame, stickgame n Panamint Dayley 1989
naaiyawi play handgame (stick game) V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naaiyawi to play the hand game V Miller
naaiyawi play handgame (stick game) V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naaka Exist Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naaka Live, place Graham 2008
naaka Live, place Graham 2008
naaka Own , it Graham 2008
naakaN to live, exist Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naake mate with, copulate with vt Panamint Dayley 1989
naaki'i Get to be(in time), to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naakiH to become, get to be (in time) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naakihka (it) becomes (in time), gets to be (in time) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naakka(n) stay; live, exist; be, become, remain IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naakka+n stay IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naakka+n live, exist IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naakka+n be, become IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naakkante(n) being N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naakkante+n being N Crum&Dayley2
naakkantee(n) being N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naakkantee+n being.PL N Crum&Dayley2
naakki(n) get, become; get to (someplace) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naakki+n get, become IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naakki+n get to (someplace) IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naakkin ~ naakin become, get (to be) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
naakkwai+n come to be, get, become IV Crum&Dayley2
naaku ~ naawih be (time) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
naakwai- to become Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naakwai(n) come to be, get, become IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naama(ppüh) horn, antler n Panamint Dayley 1989
naammi'a become, get (to be) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
naanangkwa on (this/that) side of post Panamint Dayley 1989
naanape lower back Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naanga Have (someone) make Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naangkah ~ nanangkah make sound, be noisy; be heard vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
naangkasuwangkün ~ nanangkasuwangkün sound like vt Panamint Dayley 1989
naangkawühi" ~ nanangkawühi" explode, go off vi Panamint Dayley 1989
naannümpü instrument, tool n Panamint Dayley 1989
naap' happen Duckwater Harbin 1988
naapai ~ nahapai six, sixth, six times no Panamint Dayley 1989
naapaim müattsi 6th month = June Panamint Dayley 1989
naapaimoono ~ naapaimootün ~ naapaimooyüntün sixty, sixtieth no Panamint Dayley 1989
naapaimooyüntü sümüttüm ma to'engkünna 61 Panamint Dayley 1989
naapaiseentu (naatu) 600 Panamint Dayley 1989
naapaiseentu (naatun) ~ naahpaiseentu six hundred, six hundredth no Panamint Dayley 1989
naapeh Been Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naapeh Deceased Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naapeh Former Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naapeh Has been Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naappandɨ happened Duckwater Harbin 1988
naappeh former, has/had been ADJ Crum&Dayley2
naappeh late (deceased) ADJ Crum&Dayley2
naappeh(kanten) former, has/had been; late (deceased) ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naappehkanten former, has/had been ADJ Crum&Dayley2
naappehkanten late (deceased) ADJ Crum&Dayley2
naatawanu yawn Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naatea blood relative-SUBJ N Miller
naatea-i blood relative-OBJ N Miller
naattü cat, kitty n Panamint Dayley 1989
naattü pungku pet cat Panamint Dayley 1989
naatu be vi Panamint Dayley 1989
naavistotsinwah handkerchief Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naawia become, get (to be) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
naawih ~ naaku be (time) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nabadesewa Sponge off Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabaga Bullet Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabaga' Ammunition Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabagaa ammunition Duckwater Harbin 1988
nabaika Kill oneself Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabi'ainai Mate (animal), to Graham 2008
nabidenga Fight Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabinai Save Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabisa Have red face paint or rouge on Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabith Trade Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabithe Come together Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabooda Be born Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naboope Inscription Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabuhanaiginde Healing Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabuhanain Be cured (medicine) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabui Be (like), to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabui Seem Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabui'i Visible Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabuiginde Appearing Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabuih Appear Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabuiH (passive of bui) Looks, like Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabuiH- to be seen, be, look (like) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nabuihi' Become light Graham 2008
nabuihi' Become light Graham 2008
nabuihkande Having appearance Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabuihkande Visible Graham 2008
nabuihkande Visible Graham 2008
nabuinde look/looks (like), is/are (seen) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nabuipe Seen Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nabuni mirror Duckwater Harbin 1988
nabuni window Duckwater Harbin 1988
nabusai dream Duckwater Harbin 1988
nabusai Dream Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nac'hu medicine Duckwater Harbin 1988
nac'su medicine Duckwater Harbin 1988
nac'sugandɨ supernatural power Duckwater Harbin 1988
nadabooaihkande Written on rock Graham 2008
nadaboopeh Paper, book Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadahna- to be set down Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nadahnakandu'i will be set down Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nadainape'(-a) husband, sister’s husband Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nadaiwinga Be told Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadakenrax crowd in on Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nadakisaipeh smashed Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nadakwiape Story Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadanoo Saddle Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadanoo bungu Saddle horse Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadanoonga Put saddle on Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadasingo'ihkande Hair braided Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadatewaate Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nadatewade (-wadi) package, carton Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nadatoixa crowded (people) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nadatsekixa crowded (things) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nadawowend striped Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nadaziki Haircut Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadazikinempe Hair cut clippers Graham 2008
nadazikinempe Hair cut clippers Graham 2008
naddabinya name Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddapanggonahan braided hair Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddapanggonahan hair, braided Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddasinggonahan braided hair Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddasinggonahan hair, braided Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddatimbo button Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddia hard to do Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddiadegwa brag Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddiadegwandɨ brag Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddianasiyɨgwin show off Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddiandi strong Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddiangamma bitter Duckwater Harbin 1988
naddɨno saddle Duckwater Harbin 1988
nade'ahwaigande Foretold Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nade'asengepe(-ha) frozen [adj], something frozen [noun] Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nade'eyan nasu'waiN to be shy Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nade'eyan nasu'wainde am/is/are shy Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nadea Accept Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadeadesua Brave Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadeaga Rub, something on body Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadeangunaka Distressful Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadeassengapeh Frozen, has been Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadeasuade Intelligent Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadebaha Be bet Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadebinea Name Graham 2008
nadebinea Name Graham 2008
nadebinia Call, to be Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadebinia, naniha Be called Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadebiniana Be named called Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadegi Be placed Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadegih Be buried Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadegih Be put Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadekade Eatable Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadenroh saddle Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nadenwak sell Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nadesokombe body Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nadewa'i Send, for Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadewaga- to sell Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nadewagagwapi(-ha) cashier, vendor, merchant Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nadewagahwa sold Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nadewee Be bought Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadewee Sell, to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadewee How much (cost money), for Graham 2008
nadewee How much (cost money), for Graham 2008
nadewee' Storekeeper Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadeweegaghni Store Graham 2008
nadeweegaghni Store Graham 2008
nadewegthaipe Sold Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadeweide Cost, it (customaryhabitual) Graham 2008
nadewekaynhi store Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nadewenahanga Sell for Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadewenahanihkande Cost, for sale Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadewenaigaipe Be paid for Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadewenga Merchant Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadewenga'a Vendor Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadewengaaide Cost, it (customaryhabitual) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadewengahni store Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nadewi'i Tell Graham 2008
nadewii Narrate Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadewingande Narrate to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadia Difficult Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadia Very Graham 2008
nadia Very Graham 2008
nadia (n) Powerful Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadia suande Smart Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadia'nawe' Hard to do Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadiadakwainde Brag Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadiagammana Bitter Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadianaseyegwi Show off Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadiande Strong Graham 2008
nadiande Strong Graham 2008
nadiangu Rigorous Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadiangu Extreme Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadiangungu Extremely Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadiase Enterprising Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadigi (passive of digi) Set down Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadiyande strict, stern Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nado shirt Duckwater Harbin 1988
nado' Shirt Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nado'agade Be packed Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nado'ai-gahni Pudding Graham 2008
nado'aigahni bathroom, restroom, toilet Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nado'i-gahni Palm Graham 2008
nado'ikahni This (close enough to touch) (pecific) [dual subject case] Graham 2008
nadodanrhu meet Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nadootsawii Wipe one self Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadota Pile on top of Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadotoboaihkande Be piled up Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadowinke tell Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naduhkande Be scattered Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naduku Body (ones own) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nadusuapeh Ground up Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naf half Duckwater Harbin 1988
nafaigande Even Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nafaigawepax split, divide Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nafaigawexa chop, split off Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nafaithɨ six Duckwater Harbin 1988
nafaitu trade, exchange Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nafaiwa Halfway Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nafaiwgepa Break in half Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nafaudanrih stack up Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nafaygaudezeq divide, apportion Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nafinai after one another Duckwater Harbin 1988
nafinai one after another Duckwater Harbin 1988
nafmazakɨba break in half Duckwater Harbin 1988
nafunzakedaxu pull apart in bits Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nagaha Last one born Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nagaha Youngest (off spring) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nagaha-see-bup-ee Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
nagaha-see-bup-ee Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
nagea At noon Graham 2008
Nagetekademiah Be made sick by eating Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nagetsayxan debt Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nagizaa Surely Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nagoahandae Fenced in Graham 2008
nagoahandae Fenced in Graham 2008
nagoizhoi bathe Duckwater Harbin 1988
nagoizo'I Bathe Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nagoizo'i Wash oneself Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nagopoo Be branded Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nagozhohaineitsi after have gone and bathed (on a daily basis) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nagozhol[']hai- to bathe Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nagu grave Duckwater Harbin 1988
nagu'o Grave Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naguhadana Married Graham 2008
naguhadana Married Graham 2008
naguhande Buried Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nagwa lose game Duckwater Harbin 1988
nagwa Lose at, game Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nagwana Perfume Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Nagwehtenna Married Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nagwibunda Be crooked Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nagwitixun fight Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nagwɨt' married Duckwater Harbin 1988
nah-a-me to trade Shoshone Huntington 1872
nah-be-tink fight Shoshone Huntington 1872
nah-com-boot-zip Euphorbia albomarginata Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
nah-com-boot-zip Euphorbia albomarginata Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
nah-comb-boh-zip Euphorbia polycarpa Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
nah-comb-boh-zip Euphorbia polycarpa Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
nah-ga-ha-boh-be Tetradymia canescens Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
nah-ga-ha-boh-be Tetradymia canescens Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
nah-gadz mountain sheep Ute? Huntington 1872
nah-gee too-nah-nib Krameria grayi Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
nah-gee too-nah-nib Krameria grayi Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
nah-gŭ'-tah western Canada goose (Branta canadensis occidentalis) Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
nah-me-quy confined to the bed Ute? Huntington 1872
nah-oo-quey fight Ute? Huntington 1872
nah-soon-chee licentious Ute? Huntington 1872
nah-vomb Opuntia basilaris Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
nah-vomb Opuntia basilaris Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
nah-voo-nump looking-glass Ute? Huntington 1872
nah-wah-go bud-zip Euphorbia polycarpa Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
nah-wah-go bud-zip Euphorbia polycarpa Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
nah'-soo-waht' tarantula Panamint Merriam 1979
nah'-we-tsoi'm-bitch tarantula Ruby Valley, Nevada Merriam 1979
naha do, make V Crum&Dayley1
naha be, become, happen V Crum&Dayley1
naha Act Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naha Happen, to do, make [intr](alternative form of naa) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naha Beome Graham 2008
naha Happen Graham 2008
naha Beome Graham 2008
naha Happen Graham 2008
naha Do Graham 2008
naha tukkwanna pühü underarm hair post phrase n Panamint Dayley 1989
naha tukkwanna pühü underarm hair Panamint Dayley 1989
naha tukkwantün armpit, under arm post phrase n Panamint Dayley 1989
naha- to do, make, happen Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naha" do, make, act V Crum&Dayley2
naha" get V Crum&Dayley2
naha" be, become, happen (to) V Crum&Dayley2
naha" do, make, act; get; be, become, happen (to) V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naha" To be, to become, to grow; to grow up, to dwell, to be alive Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
naha(pü) armpit and shoulder area n Panamint Dayley 1989
nahabi Has become (perfective) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahabithe Come to be Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahadu'I Plan,to (something) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahaG to become V Miller
nahagabiuna From somewhere Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahaginai Make for Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahainji Friendship (two) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahainjinehwe Boy friendgirl friend Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahaintsehnee+n boy and girlfriend (relationship).PL N Crum&Dayley2
nahaintsehnee+n friend relationship.PL N Crum&Dayley2
nahaintsehneweh boy and girlfriend (relationship).DL N Crum&Dayley2
nahaintsehneweh friend relationship.DL N Crum&Dayley2
nahaintsehneweh boyfriend and girlfriend (relationship), friend relationship N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Nahaka Tettsohpai̲ Little Canyon, NV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahana Doings Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahana (resulatative) Plan plans Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahangi Do for Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahani, nawandazugwi Be fixed Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahanke(n) do for, make for TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahanke+n do for, make for TV Crum&Dayley2
nahannih be done, be made, be fixed, be used, be prepared IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nahannih be done, be made, be fixed, be used, be prepared IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahanzapagih stick together Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nahape has become Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nahaped Used Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahapite get older IV Crum&Dayley2
nahapite come to be V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahappeh (having) done, made, fixed, used, prepared ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nahappeh doings N Crum&Dayley2
nahappeh (having) done, made, fixed, used, prepared; doings ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahawateki be lacking or missing V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nahawatekih be lacking or missing IV Crum&Dayley2
nahawatekih be lacking or missing N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahfai Half Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahgewaga Next to each other Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahima" be taken, carried vi pass pl Panamint Dayley 1989
nahimbe give out Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nahimihtai(n) be given away IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahimihtain give away.PL TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nahimihtain be given away.PL IV Crum&Dayley2
nahimihtaippeh given away ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nahimihtaippeh given away ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahipittaippeh completely drunk up ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nahipittaippeh completely drunk up ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahɨn just Duckwater Harbin 1988
nahma together (of two things) ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nahma together (of two things) ADV Miller
nahma'ai with each other, together.DL ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nahma'ai with each other, together ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahma(ngku) yuniih put two together Panamint Dayley 1989
nahma(ten) together ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahman together adv dl Panamint Dayley 1989
nahman nangkwa together in back adv dl Panamint Dayley 1989
nahmantu(n) together ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahmaten together (of two things) ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nahmatu+n together ADV Crum&Dayley2
nahmuiH moldy V Miller
nahna" grow (of humans and animals only) IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nahna" grow (of humans and animals only) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahna" grow (animate only) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nahnaG to grow, to grow up.SG.SUBJ V Miller
nahnaG to grow, to grow up.PL.SUBJ V Miller
nahnahikkihtu one after the other Miller
nahnammi'a grow up IV Crum&Dayley2
nahnammi'a grow up IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahnapite grow older IV Crum&Dayley2
nahnapite grow older IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahnappeh grown ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nahnappeh grown up, adult N Crum&Dayley2
nahnappeh grown; grown up, adult ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahnappeh-a grown-OBJ ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nahnappeh-a grown up, adult-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nahnappehneweh mother and father, parents.DL N Crum&Dayley2
nahnappüh grown up; eldest child pp & n Panamint Dayley 1989
nahona be nothing, be no reason, be nothing but vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nahona (u) watükih disappear vi vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nahonappüh(ppüh) nothing n & indef prn Panamint Dayley 1989
nahpa'a(n) on top of each other ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahpa'a+n on top of each other.DL ADV Crum&Dayley2
nahpa̅i̅ both at the same time Miller
nahpa̅i̅ both of the same characteristic (e.g. size) Miller
nahpAIkanku in equal amounts, in half ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nahpai̲kanku in equal amounts, in half ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahpakan(tün) ~ napakan(tün) half, equal part; in half, even, equally n & adv Panamint Dayley 1989
nahpakayun ~ napakayun be in halves, even, equal, or in balance vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nahubia Song of Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahupia song N Crum&Dayley2
nahupia song of N Crum&Dayley2
nahupia song N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahupia song of N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nahupia-i song-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nahupia-i song of-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nahwai'ihte Alike Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahwaithɨ same Duckwater Harbin 1988
nahwanangu Beside each other Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nahwauwekoikadenke pile together, lean on Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nahwaytes alike Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nai from P Crum&Dayley2
nai for, to, from (this/that) direction P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nai meaningless rhythmical song word Crum&Dayley2
nai in the general direction of, way post Panamint Dayley 1989
nai For Graham 2008
nai for, to, from (this/that) direction P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nai from P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nai meaningless rhythmical song word Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nai For Graham 2008
nai Correct Graham 2008
nai-pi-cci" little girl Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na̅i̅-pi-tta girl.SG.OBJ N Miller
nai-pin girl Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na̅i̅-pin girl.SG.SUBJ N Miller
nai' from Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nai'-a-bĭp Reed bent grass Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
nai'ca-wi-ogû-pi Willow Creek, Tooele Co. (near Grantsville) Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
nai'de Make Graham 2008
nai'de Make Graham 2008
nai'pi(n) little girl N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nai'pi+n little girl N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nai'pin-tta little girl-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
Nai'yan Tekkoi Young Ladie's Rock Peak Toponym Crum&Dayley2
Nai'yan Tekkoi Young Ladies' Rock Peak Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nai'yannee(n) teenage girl, young lady N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nai'yannee+n teenage girl, young lady.PL N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naibi Girl Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naibi Young lady Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naibichi Girl little Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naih do in motion (with verbs); be (with nouns) aux Panamint Dayley 1989
naijyma-nyhwy girls Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
naijyma-nyy girls Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
naiki belt Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naikki belt-SUBJ N Miller
naikki a belt Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
naikki-a belt-OBJ N Miller
naingi Ear Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naingi gamma Have an earache Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naingi gammana Earache Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naingiH(-ha) ear Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naingihadotowhaku plug one’s ears Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naingionrafi ear wax Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naingiwate deaf Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naingiwathe Earless Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naingiwihii Earring Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nainki ear Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nainki-tsoon earrings-SUBJ N Miller
nainki-tsoon-a earrings-OBJ N Miller
nAInkih ear N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nai̲nkih ear N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
na̲i̲nkih ear-SUBJ N Miller
nAInkih-a ear-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
na̲i̲nkih-a ear-OBJ N Miller
nainkih, nenkih ear Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
na̲i̲nkihtoon earring-SUBJ N Miller
na̲i̲nkihtoon-a earring-OBJ N Miller
na̲i̲nkisimmoo earring-SUBJ N Miller
na̲i̲nkisimmoo-a earring-OBJ N Miller
nai̲nkiwatte(n) earless ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nAInkiwatte+n earless ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naipi(n) teenage girl, young lady N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naipi+n teenage girl, young lady.SG N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naipidenga Argue Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naipiding quarrel Duckwater Harbin 1988
naipiđing argue Duckwater Harbin 1988
naipin girl, young woman n & name Panamint Dayley 1989
naipin-tta teenage girl, young lady.SG-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naipitenga Quarrel Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
na̅i̅pittsi little girl-SUBJ N Miller
na̅i̅pittsi-a little girl-OBJ N Miller
naippeh made, built, created ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naippü ~ yaippü parent-in-law, mother-in-law, father-in-law n Panamint Dayley 1989
naisa-pekka to have sexual desire, to be sexually aroused V Miller
naisape Horny Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naisapü horny, sexually aroused adj Panamint Dayley 1989
naisatsuku(ttsi) horny (old) man n Panamint Dayley 1989
naishabeka Sexual desire Graham 2008
naishabeka Sexual desire Graham 2008
naishibukan sexual desire Duckwater Harbin 1988
naitagwi'inde Story, nighttime Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naite from [+ place-name] Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naite From [+ placename] (postpos) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naiten for, to, from (this/that) direction P Crum&Dayley2
naiten for, to, from (this/that) direction P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naithɨnga out in the open Duckwater Harbin 1988
Naitipani Lida Springs n top Panamint Dayley 1989
Naitipanittsi people of Lida Springs area n Panamint Dayley 1989
naivi girl Duckwater Harbin 1988
naivichi girl, little Duckwater Harbin 1988
naiwekipitüh woo, seduce, come to visit a girlfriend or boyfriend vt Panamint Dayley 1989
naiyaa Follow Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naiyade Followed Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naiyagi Follow tracks Graham 2008
naiyaginde Following Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naiyawi Handgame Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naiyawi Play handgame Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naiyegwide Wander Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naiyekwi (pl) Us two (excl) Graham 2008
naiyemmenee (pl) Young lady Graham 2008
naiyemmenee (pl) Young lady Graham 2008
na̅i̅yen-nee girl.PL N Miller
na̅i̅yen-neweh girl.DL N Miller
najah to stalk Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nak middle Duckwater Harbin 1988
naka mountain sheep n Panamint Dayley 1989
naka As Graham 2008
naka As Graham 2008
naka-donup Eriogonum ovalifolium; Eriogonum umbellatum Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
naka-donup Eriogonum ovalifolium; Eriogonum umbellatum Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
nakaah youngest, last born N Miller
nakaha youngest (of offspring), last born ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nakaha lesser ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nakaha youngest (of offspring), last born; lesser ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Nakaha Payuppuka Lesser Bog = Willis Meadows, NV Toponym Crum&Dayley2
Nakaha Payuppuka Lesser Bog' = Willis Meadows, NV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Nakaha Tettsohpa̲i̲ Little Canyon, NV Toponym Crum&Dayley2
nakahapa̲i̲te stepdaughter (No. Sho.) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
Nakatükkan Sunday n Panamint Dayley 1989
nakayaH to burn out of control (e.g. forest fire) V Miller
nakea" emerge, come out.PL IV Crum&Dayley2
nakea" become visible.PL IV Crum&Dayley2
nakea" emerge, come out; become visible IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakenneemai be tired of eating TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakenneemai be tired of eating TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naketsa surely, really ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naketsa just, only Miller
naketsa perhaps Miller
naketsa surely, really ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naketsa hattu(n) perhaps not ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naketsa hattun perhaps not ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naketsa natia(n) really too, terribly, extremely ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naketsa natian really too, terribly, extremely ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakettemmaih be made sick eating, get sick eating IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakettsu'a consume V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakettsu'ah consume V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakettsu'appeh consumed, eaten up, all gone (of food) ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakettsu'appeh consumed, eaten up, all gone (of food) ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakettsuma consume V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakettsumah consume V Crum&Dayley2
nakettsumah consume V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakettsumappeh consumed, eaten up, all gone (of food) ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakettsumappeh consumed, eaten up, all gone (of food) ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakɨ between Duckwater Harbin 1988
nakkah dance IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakkaih to measure Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nakois wash (face) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nakoitsoih bathe, wash self IV Crum&Dayley2
nakoitsoih bathe, wash self IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakoppo'i singe one’s hair vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nakoppooh be branded IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakoppooh(kan) be branded IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakoppoohkan be branded IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakoppooppeh branded ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nakoppooppeh branded ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakottoo ~ nokottoo catch on fire; be cremated vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
naku-ppeh grave-SUBJ N Miller
naku-ppeh-a grave-OBJ N Miller
naku-ppyh grave Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nakuitsoih bathe, wash self IV Crum&Dayley2
nakuitsoih bathe, wash self IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakuppooh(kan) be branded IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakuppooppeh branded ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakütsasa bad adj Panamint Dayley 1989
nakuttapinaih be light vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nakuttih be shot vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nakuuh be buried vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nakuuppeh grave N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakuuppeh buried ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakuuppeh buried; grave ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakuuppeh-a grave-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakuuppeh-a buried-OBJ ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakuuppüh burial; buried n & pp Panamint Dayley 1989
nakuuttüah grave n Panamint Dayley 1989
nakwaa" be beat; lose (gambling or in competition) vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nakwaattaippüh beaten, lost pp Panamint Dayley 1989
nakweekkante(n) married; marriage ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakweekkante+n married ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nakweekkante+n marriage N Crum&Dayley2
nakweettu marry each other V Crum&Dayley2
nakwehe wrestle V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nakwehe wrestle V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakwehekkante(n) married; marriage ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nakwehekkante+n married ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nakwehekkante+n marriage N Crum&Dayley2
nakwisi(ngkü)nnümpü ~ kwisi(ngkü)nnümpü net n Panamint Dayley 1989
nakwüühan be owned, belong to; be married vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nakwüün be caught; marry, get married vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nam-peh shoe-SUBJ N Miller
nam-peh-a shoe-OBJ N Miller
nam'pa-cu-a a man also known as Toip Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
nam'pi-cu-a a man also known as Toip Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
nama'atiyaihku pretend to be dead IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nama'atiyaihku pretend to be dead IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namaappa'i take care of oneself, care for oneself; be made, fixed vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
namahannih dress, get dressed, put clothes on TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
namahannih dress, get dressed, put clothes on TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namahannihka(n) be dressed IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namahannihka+n be dressed IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
namahannihkappeh clothes N Crum&Dayley2
namahannihkappeh clothes N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namahannihkappeh-a clothes-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
namahanninke(n) dress (someone) TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namahanninke+n dress (someone) TV Crum&Dayley2
namahoita be hurt, be injured IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namakah (for food to) be given away IV Crum&Dayley2
namakah give (away) food IV Crum&Dayley2
namakah feed TV Crum&Dayley2
namakah(tain) (for food to) be given away; give (away) food; feed IV, TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namakahtain (for food to) be given away IV Crum&Dayley2
namakahtain give (away) food IV Crum&Dayley2
namakahtain feed TV Crum&Dayley2
namakappeh given (especially food) ADJ Crum&Dayley2
namakappeh given (especially food) ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namakuhnai" run away from TV Crum&Dayley2
namakuhnai" run away from TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namanapuih take care of self IV Crum&Dayley2
namanapuih(kan) take care of self IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namanapuihkan take care of self IV Crum&Dayley2
namande With each other Graham 2008
namande With each other Graham 2008
namante(n) with each other P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namante+n with each other P Crum&Dayley2
namantu(n) with each other P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namantu+n with each other P Crum&Dayley2
namanukki+h run away IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
namanukkih run away IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namapaataatsi make self shine IV Crum&Dayley2
namapai̲ah be made, be done, be built, be prepared, be created; take care of self, prepare oneself IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namapa̲i̲ah be made, be done, be built, be prepared, be created IV Crum&Dayley2
namapa̲i̲ah take care of self, prepare oneself IV Crum&Dayley2
namapaiappeh made, done, created, prepared ADJ Crum&Dayley2
namapaiappeh made, done, created, prepared ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namapataatsi make self shine IV Crum&Dayley2
namapataatsiki make self shine IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namapatekki be anointed, anoint oneself IV Crum&Dayley2
namapatekki be annointed, annoint oneself IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namapitsiaH to get oneself ready V Miller
namapuisi" purify oneself, cleanse onself V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
namapuisi" make a motion with hand pushing one's prayers towards higher being V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
namapuisi" purify oneself, cleanse onself; make a motion with hand pushing one's prayers toward higher being V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namasohi hurry IV Crum&Dayley2
namasohi hurry IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namasua sliver-SUBJ N Miller
namasua-i sliver-OBJ N Miller
namasua-ppeh best clothes-SUBJ N Miller
namasua-ppeh-a best clothes-OBJ N Miller
namasuah dress, get dressed TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
namasuah dress, get dressed TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namasuahka be dressed IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
namasuahka be dressed IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namasuappeh clothes N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
namasuappeh clothes N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namasuappeh-a clothes-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
namasungkwa'ah feel (to/in one’s hand) vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
namatenkah be finished IV Crum&Dayley2
namatenkah be prepared IV Crum&Dayley2
namatenkah be finished; be prepared IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namatenkappeh finished, prepared ADJ Crum&Dayley2
namatenkappeh finished; prepared ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namatsawai̲(kin) feel one's way down IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namattsiwene stand by self on end (e.g. feather, stick) IV Crum&Dayley2
namattsiwene stand by self on end (e.g., feather, stick) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namawene run off IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namawene run off IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
namayekwi take care of self, prepare oneself for V Crum&Dayley2
namayekwi take care of self, prepare oneself for V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nambai Foot Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nambai Legless Graham 2008
nambai getana Stiff leg Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nambaiba' Foot. (on) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nambaiba'a wenetigi land on foot Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nambe foot Duckwater Harbin 1988
nambe leg Duckwater Harbin 1988
nambe foot Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nambe (nambeha/nampeha) show Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nambu shoe Duckwater Harbin 1988
nambu Shoe Graham 2008
nambu Shoe Graham 2008
nambu naiya Track to follow Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nambui tracks, to follow Duckwater Harbin 1988
nambui Follow tracks Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nameeh be done, be made, be gathered IV Crum&Dayley2
nameeh be used IV Crum&Dayley2
nameeh be done, be made, be gathered; be used IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nameeppeh done, gathered ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nameeppeh done, gathered ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nami sister, younger Duckwater Harbin 1988
namiante(n) both ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namiante+n both ADJ Crum&Dayley2
namichi sister, baby Duckwater Harbin 1988
namihe younger sister Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nammeesa table n Panamint Dayley 1989
nammeesa wommopo'appüh table cloth n n Panamint Dayley 1989
nammi younger sister N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nammi close female cousin N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nammi younger sister-SUBJ N Miller
nammi younger sister; close female cousin Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
nammi younger sister Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nammi Sister, younger Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nammi Younger sister Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nammi younger sister, close female cousin N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nammi-a younger sister-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nammi-a close female cousin-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nammi-a younger sister-OBJ N Miller
nammi'(-a) younger sister Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nammi(ttsi) younger sister, younger female first cousin n Panamint Dayley 1989
nammichi Sister, baby Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
namo'e ~ nomo'e pick vt Panamint Dayley 1989
namo'ekitün side(s) n Panamint Dayley 1989
namo'i cry; make noise (of animals) vi pl-dl Panamint Dayley 1989
namo'okoitsoih wash the hands v incorp obj Panamint Dayley 1989
namoahan be frosty vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
namoiH to cry.DL.SUBJ V Miller
namoiH to cry.PL.SUBJ V Miller
namoih to cry, to mourn, to bark Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
namokko(ttsi) needle n Panamint Dayley 1989
namokku mokottsi purse Panamint Dayley 1989
namokku mokottsi purse n n Panamint Dayley 1989
namokku(n) money n Panamint Dayley 1989
namokkuttsi beads n Panamint Dayley 1989
namp foot Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
namp foot Ute? Huntington 1872
nampai shoe N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nampai foot-SUBJ N Miller
nampai foot (foot and lower leg to knee) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nampai̲ foot N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nampa̲i̲ foot N Crum&Dayley2
nampai-i foot-OBJ N Miller
nampai-ø shoe-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nampa̲i̲-ø foot-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nampai-tta foot-OBJ N Miller
nampatu'ih wade by foot IV Crum&Dayley2
nampatu'ih wade by foot IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nampe foot, paw, footprint, track n Panamint Dayley 1989
nampeh shoe N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nampeh shoe N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nampeh-a shoe-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nampemi'a go on foot vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nampuih track (down) TV Crum&Dayley2
nampuih track (down) TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nampunih track vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nampuninna footprints, tracks n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
namu'ih(an) be drawn, sketched, written, marked, painted, photographed vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
namu'ihanna picture, drawing, painting, mark, writing, petroglyph, photo(graph) n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
namukua one's own spirit N Crum&Dayley2
namukua one's own spirit N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
namütüwi'a trade, barter vt recip Panamint Dayley 1989
namuusai take a sweat bath vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nan-a grow Ute? Huntington 1872
nan-i-peds old man Ute? Huntington 1872
nan-kub-bah ear Ute? Huntington 1872
nan-to-un-gee born Ute? Huntington 1872
nan-ze-tope cane Ute? Huntington 1872
nan-zitch girl Ute? Huntington 1872
nan-zu-ri-nump comb Ute? Huntington 1872
näñ'-ki-tso Samara of Negundo Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
nan'-tai-bĭtc Cudweed Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
nan'-te-bĭtc Cudweed (Gnaphalium) Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
năn'doi hawk, rough-legged, ferruginous Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
năn'du ga hawk, rough-legged Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
nañ'gai hawk, Swainson’s Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
năñ'go sa mastoid process or region Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
nañ'ka qa tympanum of ear Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
năñ'kĭn dain ear-hole Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
năñ'kĭn du a ear, lobule of Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
năñ'kŭs ear Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
nan'nan-tci a boy Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
nana together, each other, reciprocal relationship rflx & recip proclitic Panamint Dayley 1989
nana Each other Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nana Go home Graham 2008
nana Together Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nana appeneweh father and son (relationship).DL N Crum&Dayley2
nana appeneweh father and son (relationship) N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nana kweheneweh husband and wife, couple.DL N Crum&Dayley2
nana nammineweh sisters (relationship).DL N Crum&Dayley2
nana nammineweh sisters (relationship) N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nana pai̲tenneweh mother and daughter (relationship) N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nana pa̲i̲tenneweh mother and daughter (relationship).DL N Crum&Dayley2
nana papi(ttsi)nee(n) brothers (relationship) N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nana papinee+n brothers (relationship).PL N Crum&Dayley2
nana papineweh brothers (relationship).DL N Crum&Dayley2
nana papineweh brothers (relationship) N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nana papittsinee+n brothers (relationship).PL N Crum&Dayley2
nana-nukkih to echo Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nana-ppiju-suain-tyn (expletive of mild reproof) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nana'afu' In pieces Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nana'ahpu In different directions Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nana'ahpu(n) in pieces; in different directions ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nana'ahpu+n in pieces ADV Crum&Dayley2
nana'ahpu+n in different directions ADV Crum&Dayley2
nana'anda Each separately Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nana'anta each separately ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nana'anta away from each other ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nana'anta(hku) each separately; away from each other ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nana'antahku each separately ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nana'antahku away from each other ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nana'antappu(n) separately or differently from each other; in different directions ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nana'antappu+n separately or differently from each other ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nana'antappu+n in different directions ADV Crum&Dayley2
nana'imaa every day ADV Crum&Dayley2
nana'imaa every morning ADV Crum&Dayley2
nana'imaa every day, every morning ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nana" together, each other ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nana" together, each other ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanaah live IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanaah be, become IV Crum&Dayley2
nanaah do IV Crum&Dayley2
nanaah be, become; do IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanaahka(n) live IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanaahka+n live IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanaba'a On top of each other Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanaba'a On which Graham 2008
nanaba'a On which Graham 2008
nanabinnai Behind each other Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanabithe'su wainuga Swing Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanabituse Back and forth Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanabui track Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanabui Track Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanaga Be heard Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanagahkandeN is heard Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nanagai Mate (animal), to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanagasua Feel hearing Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanagasunga Sound like Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanagɨwagɨ beside each other Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanah just, only ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanah just, only Miller
nanah no reason Miller
nanah just, only adv Panamint Dayley 1989
nanah just, only; no reason Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nanah just, only ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanah hinna whatever, just anything ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanah hinna whatever, just anything ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanah piju-suain-tyn (expletive of mild reproof) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nanahaintsehnee+n boy and girlfriend (relationship).PL N Crum&Dayley2
nanahaintsehnee+n friend relationship.PL N Crum&Dayley2
nanahaitah be scattered IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanahaitah be, become, get LINK Crum&Dayley2
nanahaitah live IV Crum&Dayley2
nanahaitah(kan) be, become, get; live; be scattered LINK V, IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanahaitahkan be scattered IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanahaitahkan be, become, get LINK Crum&Dayley2
nanahaitahkan live IV Crum&Dayley2
nanahakaittün belongings, stuff, things n Panamint Dayley 1989
nanahapantün ~ nanakapantün scattered only among some, intermingled adj Panamint Dayley 1989
nanahdape Worthless Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanahia Call, to be Graham 2008
nanahia Call, to be Graham 2008
nanahna to grow, to grow up.DL.SUBJ V Miller
nanahoi in equal amounts ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanahoi In equal amout Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanahoi in equal amounts ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanahoi+h divide up, share TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanahoih divide up, share TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanahteppeh worthless ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanahteppeh worthless ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanahuttsiangku grandmother-grandchild relationship Panamint Dayley 1989
nanaiga In heat (animal) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanakaba Intermingled Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanakai mate (of animals), copulate (of animals) V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanaki mate (of animals), copulate (of animals) V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanakkapa(n) sometimes, intermingled ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanakkapa+n sometimes, intermingled ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanakkwe-ttsi little elf-like people who live in the mountains-SUBJ N Miller
nanakkwe-ttsi-a little elf-like people who live in the mountains-OBJ N Miller
nanakkwehenneweh married couple.DL N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanakwa lose Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanakwaha lose, be beaten IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanakwaha Be beaten Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanakwaha(n) lose, be beaten IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanakwahappeh what is lost in a game N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanakwahappeh what is lost in a game N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanakwahappeh-a what is lost in a game-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanakwe(h)eneweh married couple (nana- RECP; kwe(h)e ‘wife’; -neweh DU) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
nanakweenneweh married couple, husband and wife.DL N Crum&Dayley2
nanakweenneweh married couple, husband and wife N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanakweettu marry each other V Crum&Dayley2
nanakweettu marry each other V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanakwehenneweh married couple, husband and wife.DL N Crum&Dayley2
nanakwehenneweh married couple, husband and wife N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanama'ai (all) together, with each other.PL ADV Crum&Dayley2
nanama'ai Together Graham 2008
nanama'ai Together Graham 2008
nanama'ai (all) together, with each other ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanamainaka Gather (together) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanamannippahai̲(kkan) argue V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanambui footprint Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanambui Footprint Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanambuipe(-ha) footprint(s) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nanamma'ai with each other, together.PL ADV Crum&Dayley2
nanamma'ai all together, with each other.PL ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanamma'ai (all) together, with each other ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanammannippahAI argue V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanammannippaha̲i̲kkan argue V Crum&Dayley2
nananadewii Tell each other Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nananatemu'i tell each other, discuss with each other V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nananewenee relatives, relations N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nananewenee(n) relative(s), relation(s) N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nananewenee+n relative, relation.PL N Crum&Dayley2
nananga Make noise Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nananga Sound Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanangaH- to be heard, sound Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nanangasuanga Make noise like Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nananggandɨ sound Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanangkah ~ naangkah make sound, be noisy; be heard vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nanangkasuwangkün ~ naangkasuwangkün sound like vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nanangkawühi" ~ naangkawühi explode, go off (as a gun) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nananisummaate(n) jokes N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nananisummaha(n) joke together V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nananithu' Scolding (each other) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nananittehu'i(n) fuss about, scold each other V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nananka" be heard, sound, make noise, echo IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nananka" be heard, sound, make noise, echo IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanankasuanka(n) sound like, make noise like TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanankasuanka+n sound like, make noise like TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanankasuanke(n) sound like, make noise like TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanankasuanke+n sound like, make noise like TV Crum&Dayley2
nanannittehu'i+n fuss about, scold each other V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanaohpü scattered, dispersed adj Panamint Dayley 1989
nanapagande In the same amount Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanapeaittempehnee+n elderly relative.PL N Crum&Dayley2
nanapeaittempehneen-ii elderly relative.PL-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nanapinai One after another Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanappa'a(n) on top of each other ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanappa'a+n on top of each other.PL ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanappai̲kante(n) in the same amount ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanappAIkante+n in the same amount ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanappAIyekwi next to each other, sitting in a row ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanappai̲yekwi next to each other, sitting in a row ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanappinnai behind each other ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanappinnai behind each other ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanappittuse(n) back and forth ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanappittuse+n back and forth ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanappui+h look, appear, seem, be seen, be visible.PL V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanappuisunkanna look, appear (instilling feeling) V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanapüa'ammü cousin relationship Panamint Dayley 1989
nanapui look, appear, seem, be seen, be visible, be light.PL IV Crum&Dayley2
nanapui look, appear, seem, be seen, be visible, be light IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanapuih mirror-SUBJ N Miller
nanapuih look, appear, seem, be seen, be visible V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanapuih-a mirror-OBJ N Miller
nanapuisunka'a(n) look, appear (instilling feeling); be recognizable; be obvious (that) V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanapuisunka'a+n look, appear (instilling feeling) V Crum&Dayley2
nanapuisunka'a+n be recognizable V Crum&Dayley2
nanapuisunka'a+n be obvious (that) V Crum&Dayley2
nanapunde Different from each other Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanapuni look, appear, seem, be seen, be visible, be light IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanasamunneweh sibilings of opposite sex.DL N Crum&Dayley2
nanasamunneweh siblings of opposite sex N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanasumma different (things), other things PRO Crum&Dayley2
nanasumma(nten) different (things), other things ADJ, PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanasumma+n different (things), other things ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nanasummaha+n joke together V Crum&Dayley2
nanasummant-i different (things), other things-OBJ ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nanasummant-i different (things), other things-OBJ PRO Crum&Dayley2
nanasummanten different (things), other things ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nanasummanten different (things), other things PRO Crum&Dayley2
nanasuntai pray Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanasuwega Awesome Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanasuwekai(n) be wonderful, be amazing, be awesome IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanasuwekai+n be wonderful, be amazing, be awesome IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanasuwekainte(n) awesome (one, things), amazing (one, things) ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanasuwekainte+n awesome (one, things), amazing (one, things) N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanasuwekainte+n awesome (one, things), amazing (one, things) ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nanasuwekainten-na awesome (one, things), amazing (one, things)-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanasuwekainten-na awesome (one, things), amazing (one, things)-OBJ ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nanatahsua Doctor oneself Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanataiyumpü parents-in-law relationship Panamint Dayley 1989
nanate'eya(n) be dangerous IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanate'eya+n be dangerous IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanate'eyante(n) dangerous ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanate'eyante+n dangerous ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanatea cousin, relative N Crum&Dayley2
nanatea accept as relative, count as relative TV Crum&Dayley2
nanatea cousin, relative N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanatea accept as relative, count as relative TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanateate count (as) relations TV Crum&Dayley2
nanateate count (as) relations TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanatehsu'u Medicate oneself Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanatei friends (with one another), friendship N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanatei friends (with one another), friendship N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanatekwinappeh story, myth, folktale.PL N Crum&Dayley2
nanatekwinappeh rascal, naughty person.PL N Crum&Dayley2
nanatekwinappeh story, myth, folktale; rascal, naughty person N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanateme'i tell each other, discuss with each other V Crum&Dayley2
nanateme'i tell each other, discuss with each other V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanatemmuneweh opponents N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanatemu'i tell each other, discuss with each other V Crum&Dayley2
nanatemu'i tell each other, discuss with each other V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanatetteha(n) grievous; pitiful, awful, sorrowful N, ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanatetteha+n grievous N Crum&Dayley2
nanatetteha+n pitiful, awful, sorrowful N Crum&Dayley2
nanatetteha+n grievous ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nanatetteha+n pitiful, awful, sorrowful ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nanatettehase(n) grievously; pitifully, sorrowfully ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanatettehase+n grievously ADV Crum&Dayley2
nanatettehase+n pitifully, sorrowfully ADV Crum&Dayley2
nanatoko reciprocal grandfather-grandchild relationship Panamint Dayley 1989
nanatokoangku grandfather-grandchild relationship Panamint Dayley 1989
nanattahsu'a be treated, (to) doctor oneself IV Crum&Dayley2
nanattahsu'a be treated, (to) doctor oneself IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanawaikia meet each other or together V RECIP Crum&Dayley2
nanawaikia meet each other or together V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanawase" kill selves, commit suicide.PL V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanawase" kill selves, commit suicide V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanawee Be gathered Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanawɨ relative Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanazutsugwanuh parents Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanbina one after another Duckwater Harbin 1988
nandapunde different Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nandekanewai'I Be tire of eating Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naneme relative, relation N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naneme relative(s), relation(s) N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naneme-i relative, relation N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanewe relative, relation N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanewe relative-SUBJ N Miller
nanewe one's people-SUBJ N Miller
nanewe Relative Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanewe relatives, relations N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanewe relative(s), relation(s) N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanewe-i relative, relation N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanewe-i relative-OBJ N Miller
nanewe-i one's people-OBJ N Miller
nanewenee Relations Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanewettsi blessed relative N Crum&Dayley2
nanewettsi blessed relative N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanewettsinnee(n) blessed relative N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanewettsinnee+n blessed relative.PL N Crum&Dayley2
nanga Hear Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nangabizi'a Hear, obey Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nangabizia Believe Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nangabizia Obey Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nangadisemanai Learn by listening, to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nangaH- to hear Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nangaha'a Listen Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nangahi Listen for Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nangahi'hkande Listening Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nangakande hear, obey Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nangapeh Heard Graham 2008
nangapeh Heard Graham 2008
nangasumanai'i Understand Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nangasumbaaduhka understand/understands Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nangayhaihe listen Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nangayku hear Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanggabizhia believe Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanggabizhia hear, obey Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanggahi listen Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanggaihihan listening Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanggaku hear Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanggapondɨ heard Duckwater Harbin 1988
nangkah hear vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkanangkawih talk around vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkasuwah hear hearsay, hear rumored vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkattsah listen vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkattü hearer, listener n Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkawih talk, speak v sg-pl Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkawih ~ nangkawinna speech, speaking, talking, language, words n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkawittü talker, speaker n Panamint Dayley 1989
nangki ear n Panamint Dayley 1989
nangki kammah for ear to ache Panamint Dayley 1989
nangki kammanna earache Panamint Dayley 1989
nangki tawinna ear hole Panamint Dayley 1989
nangki tawintün ear hole Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkia tottawin pierce the ears Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkia tottawin pierce ears Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkikattsi wood tick n Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkisana" ear wax n Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkisimmoo earring n Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkitso'o ~ nangkittso'o deaf person n Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkwa in the direction of, “-wards”; beside post Panamint Dayley 1989
nangkwahontün from the direction of adv Panamint Dayley 1989
nangu Side Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nangu On the side of Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nangwa lose game Duckwater Harbin 1988
nangwe skirt n Panamint Dayley 1989
nanibeathai Divorce Graham 2008
nanibeathai Divorce Graham 2008
nanichawai Supplicate Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanichawainga Supplicate for someone Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanichewai Ask for help Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naniha Be named called Graham 2008
naniha Be named called Graham 2008
naniha Name Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naniha (nanihai) name Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naniha- to be named/called Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naniha(n) be named, be called; name IV, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naniha+n be named, be called IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naniha+n name N Crum&Dayley2
nanihaade Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nanihade is called, be named Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nanihai name N Miller
nanihanna name N Crum&Dayley2
nanihanna name N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanihanna-ø name-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nanikkimma mention TV Crum&Dayley2
nanikkimma mention TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanikkoi laugh uproariously.PL IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanikkoi laugh uproariously IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanikkoiH to laugh.DL.SUBJ V Miller
nanikkoiH to laugh.PL.SUBJ V Miller
nanikkoih laugh together vi pl Panamint Dayley 1989
nanimainkandɨ gather Duckwater Harbin 1988
nanimede it costs Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nanimee- to cost Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nanimeete Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naninakai to cost Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naninakaide it costs Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
naninnahki" be valued, be held in high regard IV Crum&Dayley2
naninnahki" be valued, be held in high regard IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naninnakkih be valued, be held in high regard IV Crum&Dayley2
naninnakkih be valued, be held in high regard IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naninnewetuah (for a spirit to) change itself into a person (with words) IV Crum&Dayley2
naninnewetuah (for a spirit to) change itself into a person (with words) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanippanai to brag V Miller
nanippitenka(n) argue back and forth V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanippitenka+n argue back and forth V Crum&Dayley2
nanippunuhaki express exuberance V Crum&Dayley2
nanippunuhaki express exuberance V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanishuntahai Pray Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanishuntehaide Praying Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanisundehai Bless (with) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanisungkwai" pray vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nanisuntaha̅i̅h prayer (Indian or Christian)-SUBJ N Miller
nanisuntaha̅i̅h taipo Christian prayer N Miller
nanisuntaha̅i̅h-a prayer (Indian or Christian)-OBJ N Miller
nanisuntehai praying, prayer, religion N Crum&Dayley2
nanisuntehai praying, prayer, religion N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanisuntehai hupia prayer song N Crum&Dayley2
nanisuntehai hupia prayer song N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanisuntehai kahni house of prayer, church N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanisuntehai kahnikatte+n house of prayer, church N Crum&Dayley2
nanisuntehai(n) pray IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanisuntehai+n pray IV Crum&Dayley2
nanisuntehainka(n) pray for TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanisuntehainka+n pray for TV Crum&Dayley2
nanisuntehainke(n) pray for TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanisuntehainke+n pray for TV Crum&Dayley2
nanisuntehaippeh religion N Crum&Dayley2
nanisuntehaippeh religion N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanisuntehaippeh+a religion-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nanisuntehait-i person who prays, Christian-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nanisuntehaite(n) person who prays N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanisuntehaite+n person who prays, Christian N Crum&Dayley2
nanisuntsaa make fun of, abuse verbally, disparage TV Crum&Dayley2
nanisuntsaa make fun of, abuse verbally, disparage TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanisunza Make fun of Graham 2008
nanisunza Make fun of Graham 2008
nanisunzaa Disparage Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanittematsai ask to help TV Crum&Dayley2
nanittematsai ask to help TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanittiyaih laugh uproariously.SG IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanittiyaih laugh uproariously IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanittsawaih beseech, appeal to/for, supplicate for TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanittsawaih(kan) beseech, appeal to/for, supplicate for TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanittsawaihkan beseech, appeal to/for, supplicate for TV Crum&Dayley2
nanittsawainka(n) beseech (someone) for, appeal to (someone) for, supplicate (someone) for TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanittsawainka+n beseech (someone) for, appeal to (someone) for, supplicate (someone) for TV Crum&Dayley2
nanittsawainke(n) beseech (someone) for, appeal to (someone) for, supplicate (someone) for TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanittsawainke+n beseech (someone) for, appeal to (someone) for, supplicate (someone) for TV Crum&Dayley2
nanittsuhi-nke to argue with someone V Miller
naniwai Warn against Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naniwaiki'a answer (back to) TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
naniwaiki'a sass TV Crum&Dayley2
naniwaiki'a explain TV Crum&Dayley2
naniwaiki'a answer (back to); sass; explain TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naniwatsi" deny IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
naniyah(an) be named, called; have a name vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nank ear Shoshone Huntington 1872
năñk ear Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
nanka Bed Graham 2008
nankah hear, listen TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nankah sound, echo, make noise TV Crum&Dayley2
nankaH to hear TV Miller
nankah to hear Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nankah hear, listen; sound, echo, make noise TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankai Copulate (animal) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nankakwiya'a become afraid from hearing something V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nankakwiya'a become afraid from hearing something V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankapitsia(n) believe TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankapitsia+n believe TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nankapittsia to obey TV Miller
nankapittsia(n) believe TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankapittsia+n believe.DUR TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nankappeh heard ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nankappeh heard ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankasua(n) hear with feeling, feel hearing V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankasua+n hear (with) feeling, feel hearing V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nankasuanka(n) listen carefully, pay attention, listen thinking about, wonder about, think about TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankasuanka+n listen carefully, pay attention, listen thinking about, wonder about TV Crum&Dayley2
nankasuanke(n) listen carefully, pay attention, listen thinking about, wonder about, think about TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankasuanke+n listen carefully, pay attention, listen thinking about, wonder about TV Crum&Dayley2
nankasumpaatu(n/h) understand TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankasumpaatu+h understand TV Crum&Dayley2
nankasumpaatu+n understand TV Crum&Dayley2
nankasumpana'i understand TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nankasumpana'i understand TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankih ear N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nankih ear N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankih kamma(n) have an earache IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankih kamma+n have an earache IV Crum&Dayley2
nankih kammanna earache N Crum&Dayley2
nankih kammanna earache N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankih kammanna-ø earache-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nankih-a ear-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nankihkamman have an earache IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1
nankihkammanna earache N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1
nankiwatte(n) earless ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankiwatte+n earless ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanku on the side of, beisde P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanku towards P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nanku side N Crum&Dayley2
nanku on the side of, beside; towards; side P, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankwa on the side of, beisde P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nankwa towards P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nankwa side N Crum&Dayley2
nankwa on the side of, beside; towards; side P, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nankwena compete Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanna'ahpu+n in different directions ADV Crum&Dayley2
nannagɨviawokihandɨ wrinkle of clothes Duckwater Harbin 1988
nannidɨgwiyang story Duckwater Harbin 1988
nannikan circle dance Duckwater Harbin 1988
nannisunza Abuse (verbally) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nanokkoppeh roasted, baked ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nanokkoppeh roasted, baked ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanoote'aikka be stored, be packed, be stashed IV Crum&Dayley2
nanoote'aikka be stored, be packed, be stashed IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nanopi(ppüh) ~ nonopi(ppüh) windbreak, lightly made wickiup with a round top n Panamint Dayley 1989
nanrambuipe footprint Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanrewenr relatives Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanriha name Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanripanratsih boast Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanrisundaih pray Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanrisuntaitevope Bible Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanrituixu argue, quarrel Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanriwaigiah answer Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanto'e brother-in-law (WiBr, SiHu ms) n Panamint Dayley 1989
nanümü(ppü) relative(s), relation(s), family n Panamint Dayley 1989
nanwasuwax wear (to don clothing) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nanwazayqi join, connect Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
napaa juice.SUBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napaa juice N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napaai juice.OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napaai juice N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napai each Miller
napAIkkah kill selves, commit suicide.SG V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napai̲kkah kill oneself, commit suicide IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napai̲sai later on, after a while, in a little while ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napa̲i̲sai later on, after while, in a little while ADV Crum&Dayley2
napaisi later on, after while ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napaka tape noon, midday n Panamint Dayley 1989
napaka wa'ippü homosexual (male) n n Panamint Dayley 1989
napaka(n) arrowhead, bullet N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napaka+n arrowhead, bullet N Crum&Dayley2
napakan-na arrowhead, bullet-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
napakan(tün) ~ nahpakan(tün) half, equal part; in half, even, equally n & adv Panamint Dayley 1989
napakangku in half adv Panamint Dayley 1989
napakatüh be flooded vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
napakayun ~ nahpakayun be in halves, even, equal, or in balance vi Panamint Dayley 1989
napakka(tai)ppüh killed pp sg-dl Panamint Dayley 1989
napakkah be killed v pass Panamint Dayley 1989
napakkammüih be beat up vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
napande Use to (previously was) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
napandɨ use to Duckwater Harbin 1988
napatottsema sponge onself off IV Crum&Dayley2
napatottsema sponge oneself off IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napatün Cottonwood Canyon west of Death Valley; any large canyon n top Panamint Dayley 1989
Napatüntsi people from Cottonwood Canyon area n Panamint Dayley 1989
napeaittempeh elderly relative N Crum&Dayley2
napeaittempeh elderly, relative N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napeaittempeh-a elderly relative-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
napeaittempehee(n) elderly, relative N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napeh Late (deceased) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
napeisa̅i̅ after while TEMP Miller
napi'ai(yun) be in heat (of a female animal); mate (of a female animal) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napiasi Money Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
napihnaapü ~ napihyaapü lazy adj Panamint Dayley 1989
napii'us money Duckwater Harbin 1988
napisah have or put rouge or red face paint on IV Crum&Dayley2
napisah(ka) have or put rouge or red face paint on IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napisahka have or put rouge or red face paint on IV Crum&Dayley2
napisai later on, after while ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napisai later on, after while, in a little while ADV Crum&Dayley2
napisai later on, after a while, in a little while ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napisappeh made up (with face paint or make up) ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napisappeh made up (with face paint or makeup) ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napitenkah fight V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napitenkah fight V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napitenkeh fight V Crum&Dayley2
napitenkeh fight V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napitta backwards ADV Miller
napittatahan have dress pulled up, have behind bared (of a woman) v med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
napittuh trade TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napittuH to trade TV Miller
napitüngkün ~ napitingkün fight dl recip v Panamint Dayley 1989
napomoahan be frost(y) vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
napoo design, picture N Miller
napooppeh picture, photo, drawing, inscription, piece of writing N Crum&Dayley2
napooppeh design, picture N Miller
napooppeh picture, photo, drawing, inscription, piece of writing N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napooppeh-a picture, photo, drawing, inscription, piece of writing-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nappai half ADJ Miller
nappias money Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nappiaseh money N Crum&Dayley2
nappiaseh money N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nappiasi(n) money N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nappiasi+n money N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nappihtuh trade TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napuha supernatural power, (healing) ceremony N Crum&Dayley2
napuha supernatural power; (healing) ceremony N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuhaataippüh bewitched, hexed prp & n Panamint Dayley 1989
napuhaataippüh hexed, bewitched Panamint Dayley 1989
napuhakante(n) treatment, cure; one's own doctor N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuhakante+n treatment, cure N Crum&Dayley2
napuhakante+n one's doctor N Crum&Dayley2
napuhanai be cured, be healed, be treated (for an illness) IV Crum&Dayley2
napuhanai for a healing ceremony to be held, hold a healing ceremony IV Crum&Dayley2
napuhanai Be treated for illness Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
napuhanai Doctor, being Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
napuhanai be cured, be healed, be treated (for an illness); for a healing ceremony to be held, hold a healing ceremony IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuhanainna doctoring, curing, healing; curing service or ceremony N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuih look, appear, seem, be seen, be visible V Crum&Dayley2
napuih look, appear, seem, be seen, be visible, be light IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napuih look, appear, seem, be seen, be visible, be light IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuihtai(n) divorce, separate (of a couple) V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuihtai(n) divorce, separate (of a couple) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuihtai+n divorce, separate (of a couple) IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napuihtaippeh divorced, separated ADJ Crum&Dayley2
napuihtaippeh divorced, separated ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuikka(n) be light, be visible, be seen IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuikka+n be light, be visible, be seen Crum&Dayley2
napuikki(n) become (day)light V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuikki+n become (day)light V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napuimpite become (day)light V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napuimpite become (day)light V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuinna appearance, looks N Crum&Dayley2
napuinna appearance, looks N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuippeh seen, visible ADJ Crum&Dayley2
napuippeh appearance N Crum&Dayley2
napuippeh seen; appearance ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuippehkante(n) having (a certain) appearance ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuippehkante+n having (a certain) appearance ADJ Crum&Dayley2
napuisa̅i̅H to dream V Miller
napuisunaih dream V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napuisunaih dream V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuite(n) looking, appearing ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuite+n looking, appearing ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napuittai(n) divorce, separate (of a couple) V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuittai(n) divorce, separate (of a couple) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuittai+n separate (of spouses or a couple), divorce IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napuittaippeh divorced, separated ADJ Crum&Dayley2
napuittaippeh divorced, separated ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napun ~ napumpü beavertail cactus n Panamint Dayley 1989
Napungkai Timber Mountain north of Beatty n top Panamint Dayley 1989
napuni Mirror Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
napunih look, appear, seem, be seen, be visible V Crum&Dayley2
napunih look, appear, seem, be seen, be visible, be light IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
napunih look, appear, be seen as vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
napunih look, appear, seem, be seen, be visible, be light IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
napuninnümpü mirror; sights (of a gun) n Panamint Dayley 1989
napusa̅i̅H to dream V Miller
napusawih ~ nopusawih dream (about) vi & vt med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nar-rack percussion cap Shoshone Huntington 1872
nar-re-tuck stirrup Shoshone Huntington 1872
nar-ri-ent strong Ute? Huntington 1872
nar-ri-ent strong Shoshone Huntington 1872
nar-ri-no saddle Shoshone Huntington 1872
nar-ro-wap to trade Ute? Huntington 1872
nasandi Sunday Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Nasanti" Sunday N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
Nasanti" Sunday N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nasenzaa Torment Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naseyekwi Pretend Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nash-en tee-tant poor Shoshone Huntington 1872
nasiđu nail, toe Duckwater Harbin 1988
nasii Wet oneself (urinate) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nasikaka middle; crack (in middle of); in the middle of, between n & post Panamint Dayley 1989
nasɨdaw remember Duckwater Harbin 1988
nasɨwain shy Duckwater Harbin 1988
nasokokanrih sweat lodge Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nasoo'i be a movie vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nassɨwazii forget Duckwater Harbin 1988
nassɨwazin forget Duckwater Harbin 1988
nasu'yekwi" pretend TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nasu'yekwi" think of oneself as TV Crum&Dayley2
nasu'yekwi" pretend; think of oneself as; be arrogant, be conceited, be obnoxious, be a smart aleck TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nasu'yekwite(n) arrogant, conceited, obnoxious, smart aleck N, ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nasu'yekwithe Conceited Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nasuanga Think of oneself as Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nasuatsiH to forget V Miller
nasukkuse more Miller
nasumeape Humorous Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nasumuantikku different ADJ Miller
nasümütüwanna gathering, get-together, meeting, council n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
nasundanwah remember Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nasundawa Remember Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nasundawane remember Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nasundeganaaH- to plan (something) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nasundeganaakha plan/plans Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nasungkwa'ah feel (internally) vt med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nasungwatsi ~ nasuwatsi forget vt med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nasuntamah remember TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nasuntamaH to remember V Miller
nasuntamaH to think about V Miller
nasuntamah ~ nosuntamah remember vt med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nasuntamah(kan) remember TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nasuntamahkan remember TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
Nasuntih Sunday N Crum&Dayley2
Nasuntih Sunday N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nasuntiyaih die giving up on life IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nasuntiyaih die giving up on life IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nasuntsaa abuse, torment, pick on TV Crum&Dayley2
nasuntsaa abuse, torment, pick on TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nasuntsaappeh abused, tormented ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nasuntsaappeh abused, tormented ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nasunza Abuse Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nasunzaa Pick on (be mean) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nasuwai Shy Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nasuwai(ppüh) shame n Panamint Dayley 1989
nasuwaigkün be ashamed of vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nasuwain be or feel ashamed vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nasuwaintün ashamed prp Panamint Dayley 1989
nasuwatsi" ~ nasungwatsi" forget vt med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nasuwatsih forget TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nasuwatsih forget TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nasuwatün tarantula n Panamint Dayley 1989
nasuwayqe shy Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nasuwazi Forget Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nasuwazine forget Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nasuyaha Desire Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nasuyakai covet, desire TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nasuyakai covet, desire TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nasuyekwi" pretend TV Crum&Dayley2
nasuyekwi" think of oneself as TV Crum&Dayley2
nasuyekwi" pretend; think of oneself as; be arrogant, be conceited, be obnoxious, be a smart aleck TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nat'-soo ō'k poison oak (Rhus diversiloba) Ruby Valley, Nevada Merriam 1979
nataangka orange n Panamint Dayley 1989
nataineppe bro.-in-law of wo. (na- UNSP; tainna- ‘man’; husband’s bro./ sister’s husband) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
natainna(n) one's man (said by a woman); husband N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natainna+n one's man (said by a woman) N Crum&Dayley2
natainna+n husband N Crum&Dayley2
nata̲i̲nnan husband; woman’s bro.-in-law (No. Sho.) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
natainnappettsi (dear) husband N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natainnappettsi (dear) husband [wife speaking] N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natakkoa (for rocks to) be piled up IV Crum&Dayley2
Natakkoa Elko, NV Toponym Crum&Dayley2
natakkoa (for rocks to) be piled up IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Natakkoa Elko, NV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natammunuh(in) turn around or over vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nataya to dance the woman's dance V Miller
nataya'a walk in ritual procession (praying or singing) before Round Dance. PL IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nataya'a parade. PL IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natayaa walk in ritual procession (praying or singing) before round dance; parade IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nate'ahwai̲kka(n) tell; be told, be explained IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nate'ahwa̲i̲kka+n tell IV Crum&Dayley2
nate'ahwa̲i̲kka+n be told, be explained IV Crum&Dayley2
nate'ahwai̲kkante(n) foretold ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nate'ahwAIkkanten foretold ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nate'bihanga In the middle of Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
natea ask for TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natea accept TV Crum&Dayley2
natea ask for; accept TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nateewi be talked about, pointed out vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natekih be placed, be located, be put IV Crum&Dayley2
natekih be buried IV Crum&Dayley2
natekih(ka) be placed, be located, be put; be buried IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natekihka be placed, be located, be put IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natekihka be buried IV Crum&Dayley2
natekkat-i edible food, good to eat-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natekkate(n) edible food, good to eat N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natekkate+n edible food, good to eat N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natekotah spread out TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natekotah spread out TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natekwina tell a story, narrate V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natekwina to tell someone something V Gosiute Miller
natekwina to tell V Gosiute Miller
natekwina tell a story, narrate V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natekwinanka(n) tell a story to, narrate to TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natekwinanka+n tell a story to, narrate to TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natekwinanke(n) tell a story to, narrate to TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natekwinanke+n tell a story to, narrate to TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natekwinappeh story, myth, folktale N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natekwinappeh rascal, naughty person N Crum&Dayley2
natekwinappeh story N Miller
natekwinappeh famous, well-known, storied, fabled one N Miller
natekwinappeh story, myth, folktale; rascal, naughty person N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natekwinappeh-a story, myth, folktale-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natekwinappeh-a rascal, naughty person-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
natemai to tell V Western Miller
natemaka sell TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natemaka sell TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natemakanka(n) sell to TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natemakanka+n sell to TV Crum&Dayley2
natemakanke(n) sell to TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natemakanke+n sell to TV Crum&Dayley2
natemakappeh sold ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natemakappeh sold ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natemakat-i merchant, seller-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natemakate(n) merhcant, seller N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natemakate+n merchant, seller N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nateme'i tell, narrate TV Crum&Dayley2
nateme'i tell, narrate TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nateme'inke(n) tell to, narrate to TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nateme'inke+n tell to, narrate to TV Crum&Dayley2
natemeeh be bought, be paid for, cost IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natemeeh be bought, be paid for, cost IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natempAI voice, mouth N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natempai̲ voice, mouth N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natemu'i tell, narrate TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natemu'i tell, narrate TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natemu'inka(n) tell to, narrate to TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natemu'inka+n tell to, narrate to TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natemu'inke(n) tell to, narrate to TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natemu'inke+n tell to, narrate to TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natenoo saddle N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natenoo saddle N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natenoo punku saddle horse N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natenoo punku saddle horn N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natenoo punku-i saddle horse-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natenoo-'a saddle-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natenoo'am pampi saddle horn N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natenoo'am pampi saddle horn N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natenootekih saddle, put saddle on TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natepaha(n) be bet, be wagered TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natepahappeh bet, wager N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natepahappeh payment N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natepahappeh bet, wager; payment N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natepahappeh-a bet, wager-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natepahappeh-a payment-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natepinia to have a name, to be named V Miller
natepiniaH to have a name, to be named V Miller
nateshu' Medicine Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
natesoq medicine Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
natesu-ungahni hospital Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
natesu'uN(-na) medicine Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nati'iwantün(pü) mean, tough, difficult, dangerous adj Panamint Dayley 1989
natia suante(n) smart, intelligent ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natia suante+n smart, intelligent ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natia(n) very, really, terribly, too, highly; extreme, great, powerful, strong, difficult, hard, terrible; enterprising; lots, much ADV, ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natia+n very, really, terribly, too, highly ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natia+n extreme, great, powerful, strong, difficult, hard, terrible ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natia+n enterprising ADJ Crum&Dayley2
natia+n lots, much ADJ Crum&Dayley2
natian real ADV Miller
natian very ADV Miller
natian dangerous, difficult, tough (of person) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
natian na-sii-jykwi" to be conceited, to be a smart aleck Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
natian na-sunkwaah, natia nyy-sunkwaah to be tough, to be muscular Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
natian naha" to be hard to do Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
natian sumanaih to be intelligent, to be smart Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
natian-tyn sumanaih to be educated Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
natianku forceful, strong, extreme, rigorous ADJ Crum&Dayley2
natianku forcefully, strongly, extremely, rigorously ADV Crum&Dayley2
natianku fearfully, distressfully ADV Crum&Dayley2
natianku forceful(ly), strong(ly), extreme(ly), rigorous(ly); fearfully, distressfully ADV, ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natiingwa" ~ natütiingwa" learn, study, go to school, be taught v (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natiingwakkahni school house n Panamint Dayley 1989
natiingwanna school n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
natiwɨɨ gahni store Duckwater Harbin 1988
natiwɨɨci store keeper Duckwater Harbin 1988
natiyu sell, to Duckwater Harbin 1988
nato'on ~ noto'on shirt n Panamint Dayley 1989
natoon shirt Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
natoppAIkkah be piled up IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natoppai̲kkah be piled up IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natottsema wipe or sponge oneself off IV Crum&Dayley2
natottsema wipe or sponge oneself off IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsaasuanka(n) like each other V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsaasuanka+n like each other V Crum&Dayley2
natsaasuanke(n) like each other V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsaasuanke+n like each other V Crum&Dayley2
natsakkümi" be tight, tightened vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natsakkümi(ttai)ppüh tight, tightened pp Panamint Dayley 1989
natsammayaapeh mixed up, mixed together ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsammayaappeh mixed up, mixed together ADJ Crum&Dayley2
natsammüi'ah ~ natsammi'ah trade (for), barter (for), exchange; be turned over vi pass & recip & vt recip Panamint Dayley 1989
natsamüi'ah ~ natsami'ah trade, barter Panamint Dayley 1989
natsappukwakatü lean sitting, sit leaning Panamint Dayley 1989
natsappukwan lean on, against, with vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natsappukwangwünü lean standing, stand leaning Panamint Dayley 1989
natsasunai̲h scratch oneself IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsasuna̲i̲h scratch oneself IV Crum&Dayley2
natsattama(tai)ppüh secure, tied tight pp Panamint Dayley 1989
natsattamah be secure, be tied tight vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natsattamahkante(n) tied up ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsattamahkante+n tied up ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natsattamappeh tied up ADJ Crum&Dayley2
natsattamappeh tied up ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsattami'ippeh tied.PL ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natsattami'ippeh tied up ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsattawaih gate, opening, door N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsattawaih be open IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsattawi gate, opening, door N Crum&Dayley2
natsattawi-'a gate, opening, door-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
natsattawi(tai)ppüh open pp Panamint Dayley 1989
natsattawih be open IV Crum&Dayley2
natsattawih gate, opening, door N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsattawih be open IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsattawin be open vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natsattekih be placed (with hand), put, located IV Crum&Dayley2
natsattekih lie in state (of a deceased) IV Crum&Dayley2
natsattekih(kan) be placed (with hand), put, located, lie in state (of a deceased) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsattekihkan be placed (with hand), put, located IV Crum&Dayley2
natsattekihkan lie in state (of a deceased) IV Crum&Dayley2
natsattekihkante(n) placed, located, lying in state (of deceased) ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsattekihkante+n placed, located ADJ Crum&Dayley2
natsattekihkante+n lying in state (of a deceased) ADJ Crum&Dayley2
natsattema door, gate N Crum&Dayley2
natsattema door, gate N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsattemah door N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natsattemah be closed IV Crum&Dayley2
natsattemah be closed IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsatteppaH to open IV Miller
natsattüma(tai)ppüh closed, locked up pp Panamint Dayley 1989
natsattümah be closed, locked up vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natsattümannümpü door knob n Panamint Dayley 1989
natsattüpünnümpü trigger n Panamint Dayley 1989
natsattuukwi be stretched, pulled tight vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natsawaini oriole N Crum&Dayley1
natsawaini oriole N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsawaini-'a oriole-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1
natsikka'ah be cut (of the flesh) vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natsikka'ahwa (un tukkua) cut (of the flesh) n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
natsikkittsih(an) be locked vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natsikkittsinnümpü ~ tütsikkittsinnümpü lock n Panamint Dayley 1989
natsikwiya'a Frighen by someone Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
natsittoo walk with a cane V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natsittoo to walk with a cane V Miller
natsittoo walk with a cane V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsittoo"(naih) use a cane vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natsittoonaih use a cane Panamint Dayley 1989
natsittoonnümpü cane n Panamint Dayley 1989
natsowapi doctor Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
natsuku step father N Northern/Western Shoshoni WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natsuku stepfather (No./W Sho.) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
natsuku stepfather N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natsuku-a step father-OBJ N Northern/Western Shoshoni WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nattahsu'a treat, (to) doctor TV Crum&Dayley2
nattahsu'a treat, (to) doctor TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nattahsu'u(n) medicine N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nattahsu'u+n medicine N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nattahsu'un-na medicine-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nattahsu'unkahni hospital N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nattahsu'unkahni hospital N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nattahsu'unkant-i one who has medicine-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nattahsu'unkant-i doctor-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nattahsu'unkante(n) one who has medicine; doctor N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nattahsu'unkante+n one who has medicine N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nattahsu'unkante+n doctor N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nattahsun medicine-SUBJ N Miller
nattahsun medicine Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nattahsun-a medicine-OBJ N Miller
nattsattamappeh tied.SG ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nattsiapü food provisions (for a trip) n Panamint Dayley 1989
nattusu'u'amih make medicine Panamint Dayley 1989
nattusu'umpi ~ nattasu'umpi medicine (especially pills and herbs) n Panamint Dayley 1989
nattusu'ungkahni hospital, pharmacy n Panamint Dayley 1989
nattusu'ungkantün doctor (medical), herbalist n Panamint Dayley 1989
nattusu'uwa medicate, treat vt Panamint Dayley 1989
natüakah have face painted or made up; put face paint on oneself vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natüakahantün clown; one with face paint on n Panamint Dayley 1989
natuhi buy vt Panamint Dayley 1989
natuipittsi young man, boy N Miller
natükih be placed, be put, be entombed vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natükittüah storage place for (something particular) n Panamint Dayley 1989
natükkanna to be eaten, edible, something to eat n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
natukku (one's own) body N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natukku (one's own) body N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natukku-i (one's own) body-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
natukunto'eh ~ notukunto'eh soar, go way high vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natümenih be sold v pass & recip Panamint Dayley 1989
natümui tell a story vi Panamint Dayley 1989
natümuingkün tell a story to vt Panamint Dayley 1989
natüngka ask for vt Panamint Dayley 1989
natüpinniah(an) be called, named; be read vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natusobinaiddi smart Duckwater Harbin 1988
natusuppeh ground up ADJ Crum&Dayley2
natusuppeh ground up ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
natusuppüh meal, ground (stuff) n & pp Panamint Dayley 1989
natütiingwa" ~ natiingwa" learn, study, go to school, be taught v (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
natyah to ask for Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
natynkaty a joint of the body Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nau-gar tush powder Shoshone Huntington 1872
nautu Give away Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nautu Give out Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naututhai Given away Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nav-i-te-wee-ny sixty Shoshone Huntington 1872
nav-i-une six Ute? Huntington 1872
nav-i-une tom-su-ene sixty Ute? Huntington 1872
nav-ite six Shoshone Huntington 1872
nav'aho Navajo Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
navaho Navajo Duckwater Harbin 1988
navanrayhi show off Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naviding fight Duckwater Harbin 1988
navuihih window Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nawa Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nawa-nukkih to run away Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nawa-to'aih to escape Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nawa-to'ih to escape, to get out safely Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nawa'a Join, connect Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawa'aipe'(-a) wife, brother’s wife Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nawa'a̲i̲ppe na- UNSP; wa’ai- ‘woman’ (No. Sho.); brother’s wife Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
nawabaihi Help Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawabaihi Work (help) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawabaiyape Built Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawabaiyape Made Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawabuhai Purify oneself Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawadea'gammaa' Delicacy Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawadenga Be finished Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawadesah lid, top Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nawadigihkande Missing Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawado escape Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawado'i safely, to get out Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawado'I Escape Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawado'i Safely, escape Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawado'i Survive Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawai to track TV Miller
nawai Incline Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawai'ihte Both Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawaigi'a Answer Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawaigia Meet each other Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawaih climb (down), descend, incline IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nawaih Descend Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawaih climb (down), descend, incline IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawaihanke(n) get burned, be burned IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawaihanke+n get burned, be burned IV Crum&Dayley2
nawaihankeppeh burned ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawaihte Like Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawaihyanka(n) get burned, be burned IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawaihyanka+n get burned, be burned IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nawaihyankappeh burned ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawaihyanke(n) get burned, be burned IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawaihyanke+n get burned, be burned IV Crum&Dayley2
nawaiti purify oneself with smoke, smoke oneself IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nawaiti purify oneself with smoke, smoke oneself IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawaiyanga Be burned Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawaiyanga Burn oneself Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawaiyanga Get burned Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawakanaa" be married vi dl recip Panamint Dayley 1989
nãwãmahani join, connect Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawanakaipe Picture Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawande Join, connect Graham 2008
nawande Join, connect Graham 2008
nawanuikwi Run away Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawapaia Be created Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawasettaippeh killed.PL ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nawasettaippeh killed ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawasoa' put on your clothes Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nawasoaH- to get dressed Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nawasoahwai'nna habitually get/gets dressed Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nawasoakua' go and put on your clothes! Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nawasoih suddenly, unpremeditated Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nawasü" be killed vi pass pl Panamint Dayley 1989
nawasü(ttai)ppüh killed pp pl Panamint Dayley 1989
nawasua Clothes, put on Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawasuah Get dressed Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawasuahka Be dressed Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawasuani Get dressed, go (someone) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawasümmüih be beat up vi pass pl Panamint Dayley 1989
nawasuwa-gahni Palm Graham 2008
nawasuwanga Dress (someone) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawate'inte(n) lacking, missing ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawate'inte+n lacking, missing ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nawatoiH to get out safely V Miller
nawatsinkappeh lost ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nawatsinkappeh lost ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawatsinkeppeh lost ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nawatsinkeppeh lost ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawatu give away Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawawene Run off Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawawhi'tha Hurt, to get Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawawhida Be injured Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawawhithaha Have injury Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawayingɨ burn one self Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawazi Be hidden Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawazing lose, person Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawazinga Lose, person Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawe wheel Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nawekkoappeh enclosed ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nawekkoappeh enclosed ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawekoapeh Enclosed Graham 2008
nawekoapeh Enclosed Graham 2008
nawhaithi alike Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawhaytes same Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nawhi together Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawi- girl n root & comb Panamint Dayley 1989
nawihandɨ bored Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawikusɨ both Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawipin(ttsi) ~ naipin teenage girl, young woman, unmarried woman n Panamint Dayley 1989
nawisittsi fish line n Panamint Dayley 1989
nawittsi(ttsi) little girl n Panamint Dayley 1989
nawittsipi preadolescent girl n Panamint Dayley 1989
nawɨtip' give out Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawogan striped Duckwater Harbin 1988
nawoih cry.PL IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nawoiH to cry.DL.SUBJ V Miller
nawoiH to cry.PL.SUBJ V Miller
nawoih cry IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawon wheel Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nawookkah day of week N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nawookkah day of week N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nawooukadabai Day of the week Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawsua Put clothes on Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nawühittaippüh spent shell casing; fired n & pp Panamint Dayley 1989
nawükkitah shave (oneself) vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nawükkümippüh girdle n Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüngwenih be hung, hang vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nawününna ~ nawünükkan weekday(s) n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüsiiwah cut oneself, scratch oneself, get a cut or scratch vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüsiiwappüh scab, scratch, cut n & pp Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüsomma(tai)ppüh bent pp Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüsommah be bent vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüsone comb one’s own hair v med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüttama(tai)ppüh secure, tied tight pp Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüttamah be secure, be tied tight vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüttamahanna tyings (to secure something) n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüttsokwah be tied (of a knot) vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüttümah close, be closed vi (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüttümampü ~ ~ nawüttümappüh ~ nawüttümannümpü door n Panamint Dayley 1989
nawüttümappüh closed; door, opening of a bucket or barrel pp & n Panamint Dayley 1989
naxawaini Hang, to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
naya follow tracks Duckwater Harbin 1988
nayaa track (down) TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nayaa to track TV Miller
nayaa track (down) TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nayaa" be taken, carried vi pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nayaanga Have taken away from Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nayaanka(n) have taken away from TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nayaanka+n have taken away from TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nayaanke(n) have taken away from TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nayaanke+n have taken away from TV Crum&Dayley2
nayagɨndɨ follow tracks Duckwater Harbin 1988
nayahnai laugh IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nayahnaiG to laugh.DL.SUBJ V Miller
nayawin handgame Duckwater Harbin 1988
nayekwi+n move about, travel, wander.PL IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nayekwi+n gather, hunt for.PL IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nayekwih move about, travel, wander.PL IV Crum&Dayley2
nayekwih gather, hunt for.PL IV Crum&Dayley2
nayekwih move about, travel, wander; gather, hunt for IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nayekwin move about, travel, wander; gather, hunt for IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nayhaigu In half Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nayukwi mill around, move around (of a crowd or group) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nayuunaattüah park n Panamint Dayley 1989
naywetsewite eight (in counting) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
naywetsewites eight (quantity) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nayyafungunwayku go down Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nazaatigihkande Placed Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazadiwa door Duckwater Harbin 1988
nazaingi Be stuck Graham 2008
nazaingi Be stuck Graham 2008
nazakeba Break apart Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazakitsui Crumple Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazakizhui crumple Duckwater Harbin 1988
nazaqangwande roll Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nazasunga Like each other Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazatawahkande Tied up Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazatawape Tied up Graham 2008
nazatawape Tied up Graham 2008
nazatenwah door Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nazatewa' Door Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazatewa'(-a) door Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nazatewa'a Gate Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazatewaha Be closed Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazatewahkande Imprison Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazatewahknade Inmate Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazatibeki Be open Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazatigi Lie in state (deceased) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazatigih Be placed by hand Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazatiwahkande' Prisoner Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazatɨbukɨ handle Duckwater Harbin 1988
nazatudupai stretch oneself Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nazawaigihkande Be hanging Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazawaiyiH- to hang Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nazawaiyihka am/are/is hanging Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nazawii' Wrestle Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazigwivɨndapɨ bent Duckwater Harbin 1988
nazitiyehe a comb Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nazitiyekande combed Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nazito'okinde Walk with a cane Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nazito'omiade Walk with a cane Graham 2008
nazito'omiade Walk with a cane Graham 2008
nazɨdɨwahandɨ imprison Duckwater Harbin 1988
ne I PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ne my PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ne I Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ne Me Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ne I, my PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ne I, my Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
ne appe ma'ai ni pii my mother and father, parents Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ne che quy sick Shoshone Huntington 1872
Ne en tepitsi tsaa suankanna I love you very much Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne en tepitsi tsaa suankanna. I love you very much. Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne en tepitsi tsaasuankanna. I love you very much. Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne kai̲ hinna suwainna. I don't want anything Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne kai̲tsaan neesunkanna I don't feel well. Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne kaitsaan neesunkanna. I'm not feeling well. Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne kai̲tsaan neesunkanna. I don't feel well. Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne kai̲tsaan neesunkanna. I don't feel well Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne ma'i aise...ham paite/tu'a I am ...'s son/daughter Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne ma'i aise...ham paite/tu'a. I am...'s daughter/son. Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne ma'i aise...mai nanihante My name is.... Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne ma'i tsa'i I'm fine. Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne ma'i tsa'i. I'm OK. Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne noohimpai̲ em puinnuhi I'll see you sometime = Goodbye. Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne noohimpai̲ em puinnuhi I'll see you sometime. = Goodbye Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne noohimpai̲ me(mm)i puinnuhi I'll see you (pl) sometime. = Goodbye Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne noohimpai̲ mehi puinnuhi I'll see you (dl) sometime. = Goodbye Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne tsaan neesunkanna I feel well. = I'm OK. Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne tsaan neesunkanna. I feel good Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne tsaan neesunkanna. I feel good. Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ne var-egga wash hands Ute? Huntington 1872
ne-ab chief Ute? Huntington 1872
ne-var-a-ga-nump soap Ute? Huntington 1872
ne-vesh-e make haste Shoshone Huntington 1872
nĕ-wing-goo-kut' oriole (Icterus) Panamint Merriam 1979
ne,anna Windy, it is was (durative) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Ne...mai nanihante My name is... = I am called... Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Ne...mai nanihante. My name is.... Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nĕ'-gint western Canada goose (branta canadensis occidentalis) Ruby Valley, Nevada Merriam 1979
ne'ai it is/was windy Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
ne'efai Dew Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ne'ewai Bore (tire of) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ne'ewainde Bored Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ne'fai Frost Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nĕ'ji-ka a girl's name Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
ne'kitsua Dented car Graham 2008
ne'kitsua Dented car Graham 2008
ne'we'bui Bile Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ne'weh Liver Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ne(e)- prefixes for unspc. agent (medio)pass, reflx) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
ne(h)- 1st person exclusive dl/pl pronoun root Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
ne[']we (-wi) person, Indian, Shoshoni (Indian) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
ne[']we duN in (the) Shoshoni/Indian language, through the Indian/Shoshoni language Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nea(n) my PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nea+n my PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neah-hanch my friend Shoshone Huntington 1872
neai Be windy Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neai to blow (of the wind) V Miller
neai me Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
neai blow (wind) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neai Wind, to blow Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neai'' to blow (of wind), be windy Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
neai" blow IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neai" blow IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neaide (-idi) it is windy Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
neaifuide Windy Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neaifuihte' Windy, it is (customary Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neaipeh Wind the Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neaippe'nni it is windy Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
neaippeh wind N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neaippeh wind N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neaippeh-a wind-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neaippi(n) wind N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neaippi+n wind N Crum&Dayley2
neaippin-tta wind-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
neaipunni Windy, it is (continuative) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neait-i wind-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neaite(n) wind N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neaite+n wind N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neaN my, mine Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nease My own Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nease(n) my own PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nease+n my own PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neaypuinde wind is blowing Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
neaysuwayfuinde breezy Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
neayte wind Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nebiathai Divorce Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nedewenga' Seller Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nedewengahkande Sell to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neehpankiH to lean back V Miller
neekki'ah nick oneself IV Crum&Dayley2
neekki'ah nick oneself IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neekkwantupihkanna bundle N Crum&Dayley2
neekkwantupihkanna bundle N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neekkwantupihkanna-ø bundle-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
neekkwintsunah curl up, coil up.SG IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neekkwintsunah curl up, coil up IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neekkwintsuni'ih curl up, coil up.PL IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neekkwintsuni'ih curl up, coil up IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neekkwittamponaH to be coiled (e.g. a snake, hair, etc) V Miller
neemai be tired of TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neemapatekki(n) wet oneself, anoint oneself, be anointed IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neemeennooh carry oneself around IV Crum&Dayley2
neemeennooh carry oneself around IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neemmai be tired of TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neempeattai(n) leave a mate or spouse, separate from, divorce V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neempeattai+n leave a mate or spouse, separate from V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neempuihtai(n) leave a mate or spouse, separate from, divorce V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neempuihtai+n leave a mate or spouse, separate from V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neennikki belt N Miller
neennooh(kan) carry a cradle board TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neenooh carry a cradle board TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neenoohkan carry a cradle board TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neepai'i Be spanked Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neeppa'ih be spanked IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neeppa'ih be spanked IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neeppahi+h be thrown off (a horse) IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neeppahih be thrown off (a horse) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neeppai a whip N Miller
neeppatah spread out IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neeppatah spread out IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neeppatekki(n) wet oneself, anoint oneself, be anointed IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neeppatekki+n wet oneself, anoint oneself, be anointed IV Crum&Dayley2
neeppati'ih spread out IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neeppuinuinuh spin around IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neesipi shave (oneself) IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neesipi shave (oneself) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neesoaH to be hanging out V Miller
neesunka'ah feel TV Crum&Dayley2
neesunka'ah feel TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neesunkaa to feel (mental sensation, e.g. to feel good) IV Miller
neesunkaah feel TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neesunkan feel TV Crum&Dayley2
neesunkan(na) feel TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neesunkanna feel TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neettemah be locked up IV Crum&Dayley2
neettemah be locked up IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neettemahkant-i inmate, prisoner-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neettemahkante(n) inmate, prisoner N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neettemahkante+n inmate, prisoner N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neettemappeh locked ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neettemappeh locked ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neettiah spill IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neettiah spill IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neettsi milk n Panamint Dayley 1989
neettunaittseh pull away IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neettutai stretch oneself IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neettutai" stretch oneself IV Crum&Dayley2
neettutai" stretch oneself IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neettutua stretch oneself IV Crum&Dayley2
neettutua stretch oneself IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neetunaittseh pull away IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neeunik' Stretch oneself Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neewainihka(n) be hanging IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neewainihka+n be hanging IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neewayxu bored Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
neewean body-SUBJ N Miller
neewean-a body-OBJ N Miller
neewihtuhappeh worn out ADJ Crum&Dayley2
neewihtuhappeh worn out ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neewithuahape Worn out Graham 2008
neewithuahape Worn out Graham 2008
neeyangwi ~ naaiyangwi play hand game or stickgame vi Panamint Dayley 1989
neeyangwippi ~ naaiyangwippi handgame, stickgame n Panamint Dayley 1989
neeyekwimmi'a carry onself around IV Crum&Dayley2
neeyekwimmi'a(kwain) carry oneself around IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neeyekwimmi'akwain carry onself around IV Crum&Dayley2
nega'a Base of mountain Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nega'aduka Foothills Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
negabi Base of mountain Graham 2008
negabi Base of mountain Graham 2008
negaidekaxande I haven’t eaten yet Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
neganda'a Goose Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
negoiymiyadoih i’m going home now. Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
neh- 1st person exclusive dual pronoun root Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
nehaynzeh my friend Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nehe(n) our PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nehe+n our.DL.EXCL.POSS PRO Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neheN our Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nehese(n) ourselves RFLX PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nehese+n ourselves.DL.EXCL RFLX PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nehi us two.EXCL.OBJ PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nehi Us two (excl) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nehi us two PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Nehii Our two (excl) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nehise Ourselves (dl excl) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nehise Ourselves (dl incl) Graham 2008
nehise Ourselves (dl incl) Graham 2008
nehwe we Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nei me PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nei Left (to do something) and come back Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nei me PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nei Go and [+verb] and return Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neka the base of a mountain-SUBJ N Miller
neka Dance Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neka-i the base of a mountain-OBJ N Miller
nekatenga Dance place Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nekenta(n) goose N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nekenta+n goose N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nekentan goose-SUBJ N Miller
nekentan-a goose-OBJ N Miller
nekentan-na goose-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nekka to dance V Miller
nekkah dance IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nekkakwai dance around IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nekkamaih go dancing,' pass on, pass away, die IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nekkanemi dance around IV Crum&Dayley2
nekkanemi dance around IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nekkatenka dance place N Crum&Dayley2
nekkatenka dance place P Crum&Dayley2
nekkatenka dance place N, P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nekkatenkappai̲'i dance time N, P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nekkatenkappa̲i̲'i dance time N Crum&Dayley2
nekkatenkappa̲i̲'i dance time P Crum&Dayley2
nekkawoppih dancer N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nekkawoppih dancer N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nekkawoppih-a dancer-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nekki belt N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nekki belt n Panamint Dayley 1989
nekki belt N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nekki-ø belt-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nekudubihkanna Bundle Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nekumbaxu fall down Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nem-ish-aw Lithospermum ruderale Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
nem-ish-aw Lithospermum ruderale Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
nembeathai Leave mate Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neme person, people, Indian, Shoshoni N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neme person, people, Indian, Shoshoni N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neme-i person, people, Indian, Shoshoni-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neme(n) liver N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neme+n liver N Crum&Dayley2
nemediki Roll, oneself over Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nemen-'a liver-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nemen-na liver-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
nemenee(n) person, people, Indian, Shoshoni N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nemeq we (excl.) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nemi move about, travel, wander.SG IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nemi gather, hunt for.SG IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nemi travel, wander, roam.SG IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nemi live.SG IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nemi travel, wander, roam; live IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Nemi Manemenaippehkante(n) Maker of People N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nemiH to move around, to roam, to wander.SG.SUBJ V Miller
nemiH to survive, to make a living in the aboriginal fashion of hunting and gathering.SG.SUBJ V Miller
nemiH to live.SG.SUBJ V Miller
nemikka(n) live IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nemikka+n live.SG IV Crum&Dayley2
neminemmi travel around, wander around, roam IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neminemmi travel around, wander around, roam IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nemmaH to take care of a child, to baby sit TV Miller
nemme We, not you (excl) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nemme we Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nemme(n) we, our PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nemme+n we.PL.EXCL.SUBJ PRO Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nemme+n we.PL.EXCL.POSS PRO Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nemmeN our Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nemmese Ourselves (excl) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nemmese(n) ourselves RFLX PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nemmese+n ourselves.PL.EXCL RFLX PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nemmi travel, wander, roam.DUR IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nemmi live.DUR IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nemmi us.PL.EXCL.OBJ PRO Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nemmi to move around, to roam, to wander.DUR V Miller
nemmi to survive, to make a living in the aboriginal fashion of hunting and gathering.DUR V Miller
nemmi to live.DUR V Miller
nemmi Us (excl) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nemmi We [pl subject case exclusive] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nemmi travel, wander, roam; live IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nemmi us PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nemmi us, for us Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nemmiN We, our [pl. possessive case exclusive] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nempitsinka(n) (for a mother to) nurse TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nempitsinka+n (for a mother to) nurse TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nempitsinke(n) (for a mother to) nurse TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nempitsinke+n (for a mother to) nurse TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nenasuwekaiH to be the best V Miller
nenekkwipuntsi scorpion-SUBJ N Gosiute Miller
nenekkwipuntsi-a scorpion-OBJ N Gosiute Miller
nenemi to move around, to roam, to wander.DL.SUBJ V Miller
nenemi to survive, to make a living in the aboriginal fashion of hunting and gathering.DL.SUBJ V Miller
nenemi to live.DL.SUBJ V Miller
nenemmusi (exclamative used as a mild insult) EXCL Miller
nenettsi scary ADJ Miller
nengapeh Chest Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nenggi ear Duckwater Harbin 1988
nenggishump earring Duckwater Harbin 1988
nenka-ppeh chest-SUBJ N Miller
nenka-ppeh-a chest-OBJ N Miller
nenka-ppyh chest, breast Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nenkappeh chest N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nenkappeh chest N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nenkappeh-a chest-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nennappeh chest N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nennappeh chest N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nennappeh-a chest-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nenneema'ai along with other people ADV Crum&Dayley2
nenneema'ai along with other people ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nenooh Carry a cradleboard Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nepahai Be thrown of horse Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neq I Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
neqegitsi tavaih netsikwa I’m sick today. Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
neqnwe liver Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
neqwe people Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nese Myself Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nese Maize Graham 2008
nese(n) myself RFLX PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nese+n myself RFLX PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nesebi Shave (oneself) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nesekwa Hurt, pain Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nesesua Feel Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nesibi Cut facial hair (shave) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neteaga Rub, something on body Graham 2008
neteaga Rub, something on body Graham 2008
netewaxande imprison, shut up Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
netsegwade sick person Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
netsekwa sick, painful Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nettsiG to hurt IV Miller
nevaisendekape I have eaten already. Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
new-wă'-rŭh-koo-itch bob-cat(lynx fasciatus) Panamint Merriam 1979
new-wappy snow Ute? Huntington 1872
new-wha bah-hoon Nicotiana attenuata Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
new-wha bah-hoon Nicotiana attenuata Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
newe person, people, Indian, Shoshoni N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newe person-SUBJ N Miller
newe Indian-SUBJ N Miller
Newe Indian Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Newe People Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
newe Buffalo Graham 2008
newe person, people, Indian, Shoshoni N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Newe Indian Shoshone Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Newe Shoshone Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
newe Buffalo Graham 2008
Newe bahu Indian tobacco Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
newe bahu Wild tobacco Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Newe buhagande Doctor Indian Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Newe daigwa Speak Shoshone Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Newe daigwapeh Indian language Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Newe daigwapeh Shoshone (language) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Newe deboo' Write Shoshone Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Newe duN Indian language, in the Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
newe guchu Bison Graham 2008
newe guchu Bison Graham 2008
newe natekwinappeh Shoshoni story, folktale N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newe natekwinappeh rascal, naughty person N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newe natekwinappeh Shoshoni story, folktale N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
newe natekwinappeh-a Shoshoni story, folktale-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newe natekwinappeh-a rascal, naughty person-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newe pahu(n) Indian tobacco, wild tobacco N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
newe pahu+n Indian tobacco, wild tobacco N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newe pahun-na Indian tobacco, wild tobacco-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newe pohakanten Indian doctor, shaman N Miller
newe tai̲kwa" speak Shoshoni V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
newe ta̲i̲kwa" speak Shoshoni V Crum&Dayley2
Newe Tekkoi Indian Rock Hill Toponym Crum&Dayley2
Newe Tekkoi Indian Rock Hill Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
newe tekwa" speak Shoshoni V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newe tepooh write Shoshoni V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newe tepooh write Shoshoni V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
newe-guichu Fuzzy or furry Graham 2008
newe-i person, people, Indian, Shoshoni-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newe-i person-OBJ N Miller
newe-i Indian-OBJ N Miller
Newe'hubia Indian song Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
newe(n) liver N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
newebea; Partner Graham 2008
newebea; Partner Graham 2008
newebea' Partner Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
newedaigwape(-ha) the Indian people’s language Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
newedenikwep Indian songs Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
newedewangane give birth Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
newegenka wild onions Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
neweguchu(-na) buffalo Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
neweh we two.EXCL.SUBJ PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
neweh We, two not you (excl) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
neweh we two PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
newekwajunihkande Coiled up Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
newempuih bile N Miller
newen liver N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newen liver-SUBJ N Miller
Newen Topo'ih Standing People = Horseshoe Bend, NV Toponym Crum&Dayley2
Newen Topo'ih Standing People' = Horseshoe Bend, NV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
newen-'a liver-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
newen-a liver-OBJ N Miller
newen-na liver-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
newenee(n) person, people, Indian, Shoshoni N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
newenee+n person, people, Indian, Shoshoni.PL N Crum&Dayley2
newetuhi relative, relation N Crum&Dayley2
newetuhi relative, relation N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
newetuhinee(n) relative, relation N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
newetuhinee+n relative, relation.PL N Crum&Dayley2
Newezoiga'i Indian Nez Perce Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
newezoiga'i(-ha) Nez Perce (Indian) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
newi Roam Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
Newi Manemenaippehkante Maker or Creator of People N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
neza hanrivita tenwedoih I’m going to buy corn Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nezanukindoih I want to go Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
neze'kwa Pain Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nezegwa Be in pain Graham 2008
nezegwa Be in pain Graham 2008
nezekwa Ache Graham 2008
nezekwa Ache Graham 2008
ni like, similar to, as, (this/that) way P WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ni like, similar to, as, (this/that) way P Crum&Dayley2
ni Similar to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ni With words Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ni like, similar to, as, (this/that) way P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ni As Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ni wam bu i tsuk gall-bladder Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ni-a-witch gambling Ute? Huntington 1872
ni-ah mad Ute? Huntington 1872
ni-tto-aih to sing Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ni-tto'aih to sing Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ni-tto'ih to sing Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ni-wat-su-ene eight Ute? Huntington 1872
ni-wat-su-ene tom-su-ene eighty Ute? Huntington 1872
ni-wat-su-it-wee-ny eighty Shoshone Huntington 1872
ni' By talking Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ni'-a-ba-so-nĭp Reed bent grass Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ni'-a-bi Reed bent grass Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ni'-a-bĭp Reed Bent Grass (Deyeuxia); Blue Grass(P. pratensis); Bunch Grass; Meadow Grass (P. tenuifolia) Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
nĭ'-di-ba Water Horehound Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
nĭ'-dĭb; nĭ'-dĭp Water horehound Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ni'-u-ru-pam-pi; nu'-ro-pam-pi Buttercup Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
ni'abui Make fun of Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ni'aipui destroy with words, make fun of TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ni'aipui destroy with words, make fun of TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ni'aipunni destroy with words, make fun of TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ni'aipunni destroy with words, make fun of TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nĭ'na a girl's name Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
nĭ'na gwi pŭts scorpion (general term ) Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
nĭ'na rrok muscle, pectoral Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ni'wa liver Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ni'wa dam pa swan Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ni'wai Call Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ni'wam bu i bile Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ni'wan bu i gall-bladder Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ni'wan da ka wĭntc pancreas Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ni" with words or by talking INSTR Crum&Dayley2
ni"- pertaining to the voice or talking Miller
ni"- with words or by talking Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ni"- with words, by talking instr prfx Panamint Dayley 1989
ni"- pertaining to voice Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ni(n) ~ -nni like, way, in the manner of post Panamint Dayley 1989
ni(sen) like, similar to, as, (this/that) way P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nia my Duckwater Harbin 1988
nia me, my prn obj Panamint Dayley 1989
nia My Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nia call, name TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nia appü ~ nian nappü ~ nü appü my father Panamint Dayley 1989
nia himpü ~ nian nimpü mine Panamint Dayley 1989
nia tütiittsi ohmaattsi my little baby Panamint Dayley 1989
nia" call, name TV Crum&Dayley2
nia" call, name TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niagiwaga Beside me Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niagɨwagɨ beside me Duckwater Harbin 1988
niaibui Destroy Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niakka(n) call, name; be called, be named V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niakka+n call, name V Crum&Dayley2
niakka+n be called, be named V Crum&Dayley2
nian my Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nian nimpü ~ nia himpü mine Panamint Dayley 1989
nian nuhu ~ nia yuhupin my fat (on my body) Panamint Dayley 1989
nian nuhu naa" it’s my fat/grease (not of my body) Panamint Dayley 1989
nian tappahe my footstink Panamint Dayley 1989
nian toto pungku my bull Panamint Dayley 1989
nianayhosem My name is . . . Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
niang kwii my left Panamint Dayley 1989
niang kwii mo'o my left hand Panamint Dayley 1989
niang witsa my lower leg (of some animal) Panamint Dayley 1989
niang witsa ~ nia witsa my lower leg (of my body) Panamint Dayley 1989
niantsi gossip about vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nibezhi call Duckwater Harbin 1988
nicugwa pain Duckwater Harbin 1988
nighty-nump candle Ute? Huntington 1872
nigwai'i Tell, say to (momentaneous) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nigwi'ann telling, saying (to) (iterative) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niha call, name TV Crum&Dayley2
niha name N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
niha name-SUBJ N Miller
niha name N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niha call, name TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niha ~ niya name n Panamint Dayley 1989
niha-i name-OBJ N Miller
nihakantün ~ niyakantün have a name; be named, called n Panamint Dayley 1989
nihakka(n) calle, name; be called, be named V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nihakka+n be called, be named V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nihakka+n call, name V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nihani judge Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nihanni Decide Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nihannih talk about, discuss.SG TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nihannih decide, judge.SG TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nihannippeh discussed ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nihannippeh discussed ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nihannithe' Discuss Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nihatta joke n Panamint Dayley 1989
nihatta nangkawih joke, talk silly or funny vp Panamint Dayley 1989
nihattapü joker n Panamint Dayley 1989
nihattatukwi joke vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nihayku call Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nihiannih talk about, discuss; decide, judge TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nihüüta beans n Panamint Dayley 1989
nihya name N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nihya name-SUBJ N Miller
nihya name N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nihya-i name-OBJ N Miller
niigwi tell Duckwater Harbin 1988
niigwi'nna telling, saying (to) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
niikwi said, told Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
niikwi' Mean Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niikwi" say (to), tell, mean, mention TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
niikwi" remind TV Crum&Dayley2
niikwi" say (to), tell, mean, mention; remind TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niikwiH to say, to tell TV Miller
niin ~ niippüh what relation to q Panamint Dayley 1989
niingkün say, tell vt Panamint Dayley 1989
niiwiihtain cast away mentally or spiritually TV Crum&Dayley2
niki Belt Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nikkawi ask to gather together TV Crum&Dayley2
nikkawi ask to gather together TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nikkumpaH to fight with or kill someone in an argument V Miller
nikkweheG to sing V Western Miller
nikkwisinka(n) trap with words TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nikkwisinka+n trap with words TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nikkwisinke(n) trap with words TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nikkwisinke+n trap with words TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nikkwitah scream IV Crum&Dayley2
nikkwitah scream IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nikkwiya'a scare with words, startle TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nikkwiya'a scare with words, startle TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nikwi Talk about Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nikwishinga Trap with words Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nikwiya'a Scare with words Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nikwiya'a Startle with words Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nimaa friend, distant relative n Panamint Dayley 1989
nimaa ~ imaa morning, tomorrow adv & n Panamint Dayley 1989
nimaa tükkah ~ imaa tükkah eat breakfast vp Panamint Dayley 1989
nimadinga Finish talking or singing Graham 2008
nimadinga Finish talking or singing Graham 2008
nimaiyo Imitate (speak) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nimayoo' Copy (words) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nimazuwinga Overpower with words Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nimma'anka(n) calm someone upset by talking to TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimma'anka+n calm someone upset by talking to him or her TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nimma'anke(n) calm someone upset by talking to TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimma'anke+n calm someone upset by talking to him or her TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nimma'i talk to, talk with vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nimma'i(n) call, say to, speak to; calm (someone who is upset); persuade TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimma'i+n call, say to, speak to TV Crum&Dayley2
nimma'ikki call, say to, speak to TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nimma'ikki call, say to, speak to; calm (someone who is upset); persuade TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimma'oonka(n) calm someone upset by talking to TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimma'oonka+n calm someone upset by talking to TV Crum&Dayley2
nimmaappa'i discuss, decide, make decisions vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nimmakwittsi criticize, scorn TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nimmakwittsi criticize, scorn TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimmanehe Calm someone down Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nimmapana'ai(n) know how to say TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimmapana'ai+n know how to say TV Crum&Dayley2
nimmapitsi'a strengthen with words TV Crum&Dayley2
nimmapitsi'a strengthen with words TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimmatenkah finish talking TV Crum&Dayley2
nimmatenkah finish talking TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimmatsuhinka(n) overpower with words TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimmatsuhinka+n overpower with words TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nimmatsuhinke(n) overpower with words TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimmatsuhinke+n overpower with words TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nimmawiih send away, tell to go away TV Crum&Dayley2
nimmawiih tell to go away TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimmawiih(tain) send away, tell to go away TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimmawiihtain send away, tell to go away TV Crum&Dayley2
nimmayoa imitate, mocking Duckwater Harbin 1988
nimmee talk about, discuss; decide, judge TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimmee+h talk about, discuss.PL TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nimmee+h decide, judge.PL TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nimmeeh talk, refer to, decide, judge TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimmuya'i reject TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nimmuya'i reject TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nimpü ~ himpü possessions, stuff n & prn poss Panamint Dayley 1989
nimuya Reject Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nin-ny mine Ute? Huntington 1872
nin'-nan gwip'-po scorpion Goshiute Merriam 1979
nĭn'-ûn-tsai Geum macrophyllum Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
nĭn'ŭp sternum Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
ninaah Stick up for Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ninagi Value Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ninasundawanke remind Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ningka ~ yingka walk around, wander, roam; live (in traditional lifeway) vi & aux pl-dl Panamint Dayley 1989
ningkakki walk around vi pl-dl Panamint Dayley 1989
ningwünü" talk together, speak, discuss vi pl-dl Panamint Dayley 1989
ninnaa Defend (by speech) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ninnaah speak, talk TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ninnaah speak up for, stick up for, defend TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ninnaateaH to call by a kin term V Miller
ninnabuni Mean Graham 2008
ninnabuni Mean Graham 2008
ninnaha speak up for, stick up for, defend TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ninnahki" value, give value to, hold in high regard TV Crum&Dayley2
ninnahki" value, give value to, hold in high regard TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ninnakkih value, give value to, hold in high regard TV Crum&Dayley2
ninnakkih value, give value to, hold in high regard TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ninnapui explain, discuss V Crum&Dayley2
ninnapui call, say, tell, mean V Crum&Dayley2
ninnapui explain, discuss; call, say, tell, mean V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ninnapunni explain, discuss V Crum&Dayley2
ninnapunni call, say, tell, mean V Crum&Dayley2
ninnapunni explain, discuss; call, say, tell, mean V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ninnasuntsaa make fun of, abuse verbally, disparage TV Crum&Dayley2
ninnasuntsaa make fun of, abuse verbally, disparage TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ninnatawi'i(n) warn against TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ninnatawi'i+n warn against TV Crum&Dayley2
ninnati'iwan scare with words or by saying something vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nipezhi beckon Duckwater Harbin 1988
nippaha answer (back), talk back to vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nippahAI" argue V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nippahai̲" argue V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nippoosi boss around vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nisen like, similar to, as, (this/that) way P Crum&Dayley2
nisu'nai bother with words, annoy by talking TV Crum&Dayley2
nisu'nai Bother (speaking) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nisu'nai bother with words, annoy by talking TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nisua express, say TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nisua Express Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nisua" express, say, around TV Crum&Dayley2
nisua" express, say, sound TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nisummaa joke, tease TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nisummaa joke, tease TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nisummaappeh humorous person, joker N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nisummaappeh (something) funny or humorous ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nisummaappeh (something) funny or humorous N Crum&Dayley2
nisummaappeh (something) funny or humorous ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nisummampeh humorous person, joker N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nisummampeh humorous person, joker N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nisunaiape Funny Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nisungwa Feel out with words Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nisunka'ah discuss, feel out with words TV Crum&Dayley2
nisunka'ah discuss, feel out with words TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nisunkaah discuss, feel out with words TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nitea Curse Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nithɨhuinɨ scolding Duckwater Harbin 1988
nithɨnui scold Duckwater Harbin 1988
nitihui Scold Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nitihuna Scolding Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nittapu'i express a lack of confidence in or low opinion of V Crum&Dayley2
nitteah curse TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nitteah curse TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nitteappeh cursed ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nitteappeh cursed ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nittehai speak tenderly or kindly to TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nittehai speak tenderly or kindly to TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nittehu'i(n) scold, chide, fuss about TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nittehu'i+n scold, chide, fuss about TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nitten maybe, perhaps Miller
nitten I guess Miller
nittepui wake up TV Crum&Dayley2
nittepui wake up TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nitto'i(n) sing (a song) TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nitto'i+n sing (a song) TV Crum&Dayley2
nitto'inka(n) sing (a song) for TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nitto'inka+n sing (a song) for TV Crum&Dayley2
nittoiH to sing V Gosiute Miller
nittsehaiH to talk baby talk V Miller
nittsu'ah finish talking TV Crum&Dayley2
nittsu'ah finish talking TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nittsüühai ~ nüttsüühai talk endearingly to a baby vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nittuhni'i scold, chide, fuss about TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nittuhu'i(n) scold, chide, fuss about TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nittuhu'i+n scold, chide, fuss about TV Crum&Dayley2
nittuhuiH to scold V Miller
nittunaitseh insist, be insistent or vehement IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nittunaitseh persist IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nittunaitseh insist, be insistent or vehement; persist IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nittunaittsiH to say repeatedly V Miller
nittüühai ~ nüttüühai talk endearingly to, sweettalk vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nittuupükkan get mad from words spoken vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nittuupükkangkün make angry by saying something, anger by saying something vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nituhu'i Chide Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nitunaichi Be insistent Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nitunaichi Insist Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nitunaichi Persist Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nituundoiq scold Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nituune a scolding Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
niwa cousins, brother & sister's child Duckwater Harbin 1988
niwa Cousin, brother and sister's child Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niwa Cousin, brother's and sister's child Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niwai ask for, beg for TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
niwai ask for Duckwater Harbin 1988
niwai call Duckwater Harbin 1988
niwai Talk with beckon Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niwaiG to ask TV Miller
niwaiG to beg for TV Miller
niwaigana Beg Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niwaih ask for, beg for TV Crum&Dayley2
niwaih incorp. aux. verbs (request) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
niwaih to ask for, to beg for Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
niwaih ask for, beg for TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niwaih Ask, for Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niwatsi" deny TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niwazi Deny Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niwegea answer Duckwater Harbin 1988
niweneG to talk.DL.SUBJ IV Miller
niweneG to talk.PL.SUBJ IV Miller
niweneG to say something.DL.SUBJ TV Miller
niweneG to say something.PL.SUBJ TV Miller
niweneh speak, talk, say.PL TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
niweneh speak, talk.PL TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
niweneh speak, talk, say TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niweneh speak, talk; pray TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niweneh say TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niwenenga Have someone stand Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niwenenga Ask to stand (stop) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niwenenka(n) ask to stand, have (someone) stand TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niwenenka+n ask to stand, have stand TV Crum&Dayley2
niwenenke(n) ask to stand, have (someone) stand TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niwenenke+n ask to stand, have stand TV Crum&Dayley2
niwi Travel Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niwi' Cast away mentally or spiritually Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niwiih cast away mentally or spiritually TV Crum&Dayley2
niwiih(tain) cast away mentally or spiritually TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niya ~ niha name n Panamint Dayley 1989
niyahaninga Make laugh with words Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niyahnai Joke Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
niyahnai(n) make laugh with words, joke TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niyahnai+n make laugh with words, joke TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
niyakantün ~ nihakantün have a name; be named, called n Panamint Dayley 1989
niyekwi tell, instruct TV Crum&Dayley2
niyekwi tell, instruct TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niyokottsi comic, joker N Crum&Dayley2
niyokottsi comic, joker N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
niyokottsi-a comic, joker-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
niyükwi ~ ninnükwi say v pl Panamint Dayley 1989
me Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨ'ɨfaihandɨ frost Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨ'wɨ liver Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨc'honi rodent nest Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨcɨgwa hurt, to get Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨcɨgwa hurt, pain Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨgabi base, of mountain Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨgadoa roll one self over Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨganda'a goose Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨɨ I Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨɨfaihandɨ dew Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨka dance Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨki belt Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨmɨa tease Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨnggɨpi chest Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨnng mock someone Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨsɨvi shave Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨsoni comb hair Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨtawa wrapped up Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨvanai after me Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨwɨ indian Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨwɨ person Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨwɨbahu tobacco Indian Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨwɨbohagundɨ doctor, Indian Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨwɨbu'i gallbladder Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨwɨguchu buffalo Duckwater Harbin 1988
nɨwɨhubia indian songs Duckwater Harbin 1988
no camp N Miller
no hina ma-tytyppiah to ask for something Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
no hina suaih to be greedy Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
no- all, every Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
no-be nose Shoshone Huntington 1872
no-boo-way looking-glass Shoshone Huntington 1872
no-haka any Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
no-haka nankwa" any direction Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
no-hiin everything, everyone (sub.) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
no-ni-shee dream Ute? Huntington 1872
no-pub egg Ute? Huntington 1872
no-quint creek or river Ute? Huntington 1872
no-tah' yellow jacket Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
no'a"-pin, no'a-ppy pregnant person Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
no'abe Pregnant Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
no'ahintün uterus, womb n Panamint Dayley 1989
no'akante(n) pregnant ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
no'akante+n pregnant ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
no'api pregnant adj Panamint Dayley 1989
no'apükkan be pregnant vi Panamint Dayley 1989
no'apükkangkün get pregnant, impregnate vt Panamint Dayley 1989
no'ebɨ womb Duckwater Harbin 1988
no'i-pi-tta hill-OBJ N Miller
no'i-pin hill-SUBJ N Miller
no'ĭb uterus Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
no'ibe Womb Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
no'ipeh womb, uterus N Crum&Dayley2
no'ipeh Uterus Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
no'ipeh womb, uterus N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
no'ipeh-a womb, uterus-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
no'ittsah bend, be crooked vi Panamint Dayley 1989
no'o Top of hill Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
no'o-pin a hill, a rise, a small round hill Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
no'obi Hill Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
no'opi-tta hill-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
no'opi(n) hill N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
no'opi+n hill N Crum&Dayley2
no'pa'a Hilltop Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
no'tso ni nest, bird Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
no'wi-ûp a woman's name Goshiute Chamberlin 1913
no'yo (no'yi) egg Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
no'zo'hni Nest Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noa- hill N Crum&Dayley2
noa-pekkaH to be pregnant V Miller
noabɨ pregnant Duckwater Harbin 1988
nobani camp Duckwater Harbin 1988
nobonai Camp Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nobonda Hunch Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nobondahkande Hunched Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noc'honi nest Duckwater Harbin 1988
nogade Baby sit Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nogadede, nohabide Be sitting (hen) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nogitsaixu miscarry Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nogoba-neka Bear dance Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nogobannɨka/mammako'i beardance Duckwater Harbin 1988
nogwaddɨ babysit Duckwater Harbin 1988
nogwaddɨ watch Duckwater Harbin 1988
noha used to ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noha just ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noha adverbial:past habitual (used to) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
noha used to ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noha just ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noha used to Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
noha Used to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noha gia Doubtfully Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noha gia Could be Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noha kia doubtfully, could be, might be ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noha kia doubtfully, could be, might be ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noha kwa'i used to ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noha kwa'i used to ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nohaga Wherever Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagabi Somewhere Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagabi, nohaka Anywhere Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagade Anybody Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagade Somebody Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagade Someone Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagade Whoever Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagade dease Anybody else Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagadese Whoever else Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagadii Whoever's Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagai Somehow Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagai Anyhow Graham 2008
nohagai Separate, from one another many Graham 2008
nohagai Oneself Graham 2008
nohagai Sweat Graham 2008
nohagai Anyhow Graham 2008
nohagaite Some kind Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagaite Whatever kind Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagaithe' Any kind Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagani Whatever way Graham 2008
nohagani Whatever way Graham 2008
nohaganipunu Some direction Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohaganiyunde For whatever reason Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohaganni Someway Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohaganni Anyhow Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagatu Through whatever Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohagbise Elsewhere Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohappi be setting (of a chicken).DUR V Crum&Dayley2
nohappi be setting (of a chicken) V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nohii Something Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohimbagande Any amount Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohimbai Anytime Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohimbai Sometime Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohimbai Whatever time Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohimbe anytime Duckwater Harbin 1988
nohinahanni Do something Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohinase de'eiyande Afraid of something Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohinka" to roll something Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nohinna, nohii Anything Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nohiwai Any old way Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noi-ccih to ejaculate Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
noi-cecix to have an orgasm Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
noi'ya egg Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
noi'ya testes Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
noi'ya na di wok vas deferens Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
noi'ya wu ta grebe, American eared, or Helldiver Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
noichi Ejeculate Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noichipe Semen Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noih to yank, to pull out Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
noihyo egg Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nointsai sticky (as feet in mud) (song form) ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nointsai stickily (song form) ADJ Crum&Dayley2
nointsai sticky (as feet in mud); stickily ADJ, ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noipeh womb N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noipeh-a womb-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noipex womb N Miller
noiqyo testicles Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
noitsai sticky (as feet in mud) ADJ Crum&Dayley2
noitsai stickily ADJ Crum&Dayley2
noitsai sticky (as feet in mud); stickily ADJ, ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noittsi'i squirt, ejaculate IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noittsi'i squirt, ejaculate IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noittsi'ippeh semen, sperm N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noittsi'ippeh semen, sperm N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noittsi'ippeh-a semen, sperm-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noittso'i semen, sperm N Crum&Dayley2
noittso'i(ppeh) semen, sperm N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noittso'ippeh semen, sperm N Crum&Dayley2
noiyoiyuwidoiq castrate Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nojo egg, testicles Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nojo egg, testicle Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nojo toppih to break open an egg Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nojo-naih to lay eggs Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nojo, noyo-pin egg, testicles Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nokahni (laying) nest N Crum&Dayley2
nokahni (laying) nest IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nokan carry on back Duckwater Harbin 1988
nokateh stay at home IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nokateh staying home IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nokatenka(n) care for, take care of, babysit TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nokatenka+n care for, take care of TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nokatenke(n) care for, take care of, babysit TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nokatenke+n care for, take care of TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noke pack (to carry) Ute? Huntington 1872
nokko(n) roast, bake TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nokko+h roast, bake TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nokkoH to roast, to bake V Miller
nokkoh roast, bake TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nokkon roast, bake TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nokkon roast (meat) vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nokkoppeh roasted ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nokkoppeh roast, loaf of bread N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nokkoppeh roasted; roast; loaf of bread ADJ, N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nokkoppeh-a roasted-OBJ ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nokkoppeh-a roast, loaf of bread-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nokkux to bake, to roast Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
noko roast pinenut Duckwater Harbin 1988
noko Bake Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noko' Roast underground Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nokoitsoi kusa swimming suit n Panamint Dayley 1989
nokoitsoih wash oneself, bathe oneself, swim vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nokoitsoittü bather, swimmer n Panamint Dayley 1989
nom-ish-aw Lithospermum ruderale Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
nom-ish-aw Lithospermum ruderale Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
nommi'a carry, move TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nommi'at-i mover, person who moves-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nommi'aten mover, person who moves N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nomo'e ~ namo'e pick vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nomotamappüh bridle n Panamint Dayley 1989
nonda maybe Duckwater Harbin 1988
nonde'a Perhaps Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nondea Else Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nondea Might be Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nondia maybe Duckwater Harbin 1988
nondia perhaps Duckwater Harbin 1988
nonoo ride, be carried on the back v (med-) pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nonopi(ppüh) ~ nanopi(ppüh) windbreak, lightly made wickiup with a round top n Panamint Dayley 1989
nonvewiq change house Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
noo even though ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noo indefinitely ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noo maybe, perhaps ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noo must, might ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noo any, some PRO Crum&Dayley2
noo camp N Miller
noo should, ought to; almost, nearly adv modal Panamint Dayley 1989
noo any, some prn form Panamint Dayley 1989
noo Although Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noo Indefinitely Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noo Through Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noo Haul Graham 2008
noo Just Graham 2008
noo Some Graham 2008
noo Haul Graham 2008
noo Maybe Graham 2008
noo any, some PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noo even though; indefinately; maybe, perhaps; must, might ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noo Awhile Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noo Might Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noo While Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noo Just Graham 2008
noo Some Graham 2008
noo ken detch wild goose Shoshone Huntington 1872
noo sampai̲ maybe so ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noo sampa̲i̲ maybe so ADV Crum&Dayley2
noo sunninte sampai̲ even so, just the same ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noo sunninten sampai even so, just the same ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noo sunninten sampa̲i̲ even so, just the same ADV Crum&Dayley2
noo' knoll Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noo'-lam-bah swan (Olor buccinator) Goshiute Merriam 1979
noo'yo (noo'yi) testicle Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
noo" carry on back, bring, take TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noo" carry in truck, haul TV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noo" carry on back, bring, take; carry in truck, haul TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noo" to carry on back, to pack Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
noo" carry on the back vt & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
noo(n) awhile, for some time, duratively; while, though, although ADV, CONJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noo(n) just, only ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noo+n awhile, for some time, duratively ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noo+n while, though, although CONJ Crum&Dayley2
noo+n just, only ADV Crum&Dayley2
noobithe Male (camp) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noodeaga Pack Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noofi hill Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nooG to carry on the back TV Miller
noogina carry on back Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nooh move about AUX V Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nooh moving continuously, do along or in motion aux Panamint Dayley 1989
nooh Move about Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nooh move about AUX, V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nooh- pre-verb of transport (move camp; carry) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
noohagai However Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noohakai however, whatever PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohakai somehow, anyhow PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohakai however, whaever; somehow, anyhow PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohakait-ti any kind, some kind, whatever kind-OBJ PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohakait-ti somehow weird-OBJ PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohakaitte(n) any kind, some kind, whatever kind; somehow weird PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohakaitte+n any kind, some kind, whatever kind PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohakaitte+n somehow weird PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohakaitten any kind, whatever kind.SUBJ PRO Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noohakaitti any kind, whatever kind.OBJ PRO Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noohakaitti any kind, some kind, whatever kind; somehow weird PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohakaittün whatever kind, any kind, all kinds prn indef Panamint Dayley 1989
noohakami something, anything (spoken) prn indef Panamint Dayley 1989
noohakanni anyway, someway, whatever way, however, somehow PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohakanni somehow weird PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohakanni(kku) anyway, someway, whatever way, however, somehow; somehow weird PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohakannikku anyway, someway, whatever way, however, somehow PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohakannikku somehow weird PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohakapan ~ noohakapa'an somewhere, anywhere prn indef Panamint Dayley 1989
noohakate(n) anyone, anybody, someone, somebody, whoever PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohakate+n anyone, anybody, someone, somebody, whoever PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohakaten anyone, someone, whoever.SUBJ PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noohakattu(n) anywhere, somewhere, wherever Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohakattu+n anywhere, somewhere, wherever LOC Crum&Dayley2
noohakattuh somewhere, anywhere, wherever prn indef Panamint Dayley 1989
noohakatün someone, anyone, everyone, whoever prn indef Panamint Dayley 1989
noohakka anywhere, somewhere, whenever LOC Crum&Dayley2
noohakka anywhere, somewhere, wherever Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohakkai anyone, someone, whoever.OBJ PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noohakkai̲ anyone, anybody, someone, somebody, whoever PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohakka̲i̲ anyone, anybody, someone, somebody, whoever.OBJ PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohi Whatever Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noohihiintsinee(n) anyone else, anybody else, whoever else PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohihiintsinee+n anyone else, anybody else, whoever else.PL PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohii something, anything, whatever prn indef Panamint Dayley 1989
noohii(n) something, anything, whatever, thing(s) PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohii+n something, anything, whatever, thing(s) PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohiin anything, something, whatever.SUBJ PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noohimpai anytime, sometime, whenever ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noohimpai̲ anytime, sometime, whenever ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohimpa̲i̲ anytime, sometime, whenever ADV Crum&Dayley2
noohimpai̲ka anywhere, somewhere, wherever ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohimpa̲i̲ka anywhere, somewhere, wherever ADV Crum&Dayley2
noohimpe ~ noohompe always, all the time, habitually adv Panamint Dayley 1989
noohina Whatever Graham 2008
noohina Whatever Graham 2008
noohinna anything, something, whatever.OBJ PRO WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noohinna something, anything, whatever, thing(s)-OBJ PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohinna something, anything, whatever, thing(s) PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noohinna napuninna circus np Panamint Dayley 1989
noohinnattsi'a something, anything, whatever, thing(s)-OBJ PRO Crum&Dayley2
noohinnattsi'a something, anything, whatever, thing(s) PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nooisiimbe womb Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nook run Shoshone Huntington 1872
nooka Graze Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nookatete(n) hill N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nookatete+n hill N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nookateten-na hill-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nookka(n) pack, carry TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nookka+n pack, carry TV Crum&Dayley2
nookki(n) carry hither TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nookki+n carry hither TV Crum&Dayley2
nookwi'a(pi) ~ nookwi'a(ppüh) little barrel cactus with strawberry fruit n Panamint Dayley 1989
noomi'a move (away) IV Crum&Dayley2
noomi'a(taih) move (away) IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noomi'at-i mover, person who moves-OBJ N Crum&Dayley2
noomi'ataih move (away) IV Crum&Dayley2
noomi'ataippeh moved away ADJ Crum&Dayley2
noomi'ataippeh moved away ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noomi'ate(n) mover, person who moves N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noomi'ate+n mover, person who moves N Crum&Dayley2
noomia to break or move camp V Miller
noommi'a carry, move TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noompai Lone Pine, Calif. n top Panamint Dayley 1989
noon (kwa'i) kia not certain, not sure ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noon ~ nuun awhile, for some time, duratively adv Panamint Dayley 1989
noon dea Even Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noon dea Either Graham 2008
noon dea Either Graham 2008
noon gia Not certain Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noon kia not certain, not sure ADV Crum&Dayley2
noon kwa'i kia not certain, not sure ADV Crum&Dayley2
noon sua' Not sure Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noon tea or, or else CONJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noon tea even ADV Crum&Dayley2
noon tea or, or else; even CONJ, ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noon tea ... noon tea either ... or (else CONJ Crum&Dayley2
noon tea...noon tea either....or (else) CONJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noondea Otherwise Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noondea or else, otherwise Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
noondea Maybe so Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noonemiH to break or move camp V Miller
noonii Go get Graham 2008
noonii Go get Graham 2008
noonnaih carry around on the back Panamint Dayley 1989
noonnii go get TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noopi mountain top n Panamint Dayley 1989
noopin hill N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noopin-tta hill-OBJ N Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noopite bring back, take back; make camp; arrive at TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noopiteH to make camp V Miller
nooppite bring back, take back TV Crum&Dayley2
nooppite make camp TV Crum&Dayley2
nooppite arrive at TV Crum&Dayley2
nooppite bring back, take back; make camp; arrive at TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noosampe almost adv Panamint Dayley 1989
noose In addition Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noose(n) in addition ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noose+n in addition ADV Crum&Dayley2
noote'aikah stash, pack TV Crum&Dayley2
noote'aikah stash, pack TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noote(n) nest(le), make a nest V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noote+n next, make a nest V Crum&Dayley2
nootsoninai Make nest Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nootünga ~ nootüngwa maybe, perhaps, probably adv Panamint Dayley 1989
noowi'a Move away (from site) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noowi'ade Mover Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noowi'ataipe Moved away Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noowitsa hopefully, optatively adv Panamint Dayley 1989
nooyai over and over Miller
nopoho rodent nest N Miller
nopontah bend over IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nopontah bend over IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nopontahkante(n) hunchbacked, hunched ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nopontahkante+n hunchbacked, hunched ADJ WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noppitsah(an) bend, get crooked vi Panamint Dayley 1989
noppitsahangkün bend, make crooked vt Panamint Dayley 1989
noppitsahantün ~ noppitsahataippüh bent, crooked prp / pp Panamint Dayley 1989
noppoi(ttsi) habitat, home, nest on ground n Panamint Dayley 1989
noppoonih crooked in shape ADJ Miller
nopusama dream n Panamint Dayley 1989
nopusawih ~ napusawih dream vi & vt med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
nor-re-ah live Ute? Huntington 1872
nose Usally Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nosuntamah ~ nasuntamah remember vt med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
not-toi'-yum mistletoe Panamint Merriam 1979
noto'on ~ nato'on shirt n Panamint Dayley 1989
notompe'okkoppüh bit n Panamint Dayley 1989
notoppahe" climb down vi Panamint Dayley 1989
notosuwain doubt, be in doubt vi Panamint Dayley 1989
notottsoanna ramrod n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
nottsoa make a nest v Panamint Dayley 1989
nottsoappün(ttsi) nest; womb n Panamint Dayley 1989
nottsoho nest-SUBJ N Miller
nottsoho-a nest-OBJ N Miller
nottsoho-i nest-OBJ N Miller
nottsokowa'ipü umbilical cord n Panamint Dayley 1989
nottsoni make a nest IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nottsoni nest N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nottsoninai make a nest IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
notukunto'eh ~ natukunto'eh soar, go way high vi med-pass Panamint Dayley 1989
novitangoiq hilltop Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
novithɨgo'i hilltop Duckwater Harbin 1988
now-she-ah dream Shoshone Huntington 1872
noyo egg N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noyo testicle N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noyo egg-SUBJ N Miller
noyo testicle-SUBJ N Miller
noyo egg Duckwater Harbin 1988
noyo testicles Duckwater Harbin 1988
noyo Egg Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noyo Testicles Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noyo egg; testicle N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noyo-i egg-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noyo-i testicle-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noyo-i egg-OBJ N Miller
noyo-i testicle-OBJ N Miller
noyobichi Male, animal Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
noyokowa'ippü prostitute, whore n Panamint Dayley 1989
noyopin egg n Panamint Dayley 1989
noyopittam po'attsi egg shell n Panamint Dayley 1989
noyopittam po'attsi egg shell Panamint Dayley 1989
noyopunku stallion N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
noyopunku stallion N Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
noyopunku-i stallion-OBJ N WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
I, me, my prn subj & obj & poss Panamint Dayley 1989
nü nanümin tüpippüh my relatives’ homeland Panamint Dayley 1989
nü nattsiapü my provisions Panamint Dayley 1989
Nü Pia Nü sokopi My Mother Earth Panamint Dayley 1989
nŭ-gin-dah western Canada goose (branta canadensis occidentalis) Goshiute Merriam 1979
nu-gun'-dah western Canada goose (branta canadensis occidentalis) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
nŭ-gūn'-dah western Canada goose (branta canadensis occidentalis) Panamint Merriam 1979
nu-kkynah a cover Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nu-nutaah-kyih to run or move about (pl. subj.) (e.g. of ants or clouds) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nu-vah'-we evening grosbeak (Hesperiphona) Panamint Merriam 1979
nu'-bow'-we evening grosbeak (hesperiphona) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
nu'gŭn ta goose, Canada Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
nu'u certainly, surely, really, emphatically adv Panamint Dayley 1989
nua move IV Crum&Dayley2
nua move Duckwater Harbin 1988
nua Move Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nua move IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nua'ki Circle dance Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nua" to move Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nuaG to move.SG.SUBJ V Miller
nuaG to move.PL.SUBJ V Miller
nüe" ~ nüai" blow, be windy vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nüeppasokompi barn swallow n Panamint Dayley 1989
nüetün ~ nüaitün wind, blowing n & prp Panamint Dayley 1989
Nüetünna Kahni “Wind’s Home” in Grapevine Canyon n top Panamint Dayley 1989
nugwithabunu coiled Duckwater Harbin 1988
nuh Used to Graham 2008
nuh Used to Graham 2008
nuha just ADV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nuha used to ADV Miller
nuha not certain, maybe Miller
nuha adverbial:past habitual (used to) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
nuha just ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nuha Go home Graham 2008
nühai ~ nühe make baskets; weave finely vi ~ vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nühaikatü sit and make baskets Panamint Dayley 1989
nühakka basket n Panamint Dayley 1989
nühakkawih make baskets vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nuhi play V WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nuhi us two prn obj exc Panamint Dayley 1989
nuhi himpü ~ nuhin nimpü ours Panamint Dayley 1989
nuhi(n) play V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nuhi+n play V Crum&Dayley2
nuhimbaiq anytime Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nuhin nimpü ~ nuhi himpü ours (dl exc) Panamint Dayley 1989
nuhin nimpü ~ nuhi himpü ours Panamint Dayley 1989
nuhin nimpü ~ nuhi himpü ours Panamint Dayley 1989
nuhina whatever, anything Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nuhnuhnuh sound made by a whining dog Miller
nuhusuwah playful Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nui play Duckwater Harbin 1988
nui Play Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nui-maka" deal (cards) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nui-maka" to deal cards Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nui-sua" to be playful Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nui-sua" playful Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nui" play (around); gamble vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nui" to play, to gamble Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nui(n) play V Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nuiG to play (of children; or cards, handgame) V Miller
nuikinga Make run Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nuikwi Run Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nuikwika Run (of motor), to Graham 2008
nuikwinga Make function Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nuikwinga Operate Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nuikwino Run along Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nuikwinoo Jog Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nuikwiwea Running along Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nuin play V Crum&Dayley2
nuingkün play (at a game) vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nuishuan playful Duckwater Harbin 1988
nuisise Playful Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
nuittsi ~ nuipi(ttsi) toy doll n Panamint Dayley 1989
nuk'ndemma just go then! Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nüka(pi) foothill, foot of mountain n Panamint Dayley 1989
nuki run Duckwater Harbin 1988
nuki get lost, away Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
nukigi- to run (toward the speaker) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nukigwai'i to run fast (with random movement) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
nukiN to run Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
Nükka Paa Dance Water Spring n top Panamint Dayley 1989
nükka(n) dance vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nükkakahni dance hall, ceremonial hall n Panamint Dayley 1989
nükkantün dance, dancing n Panamint Dayley 1989
nükkappi dance n Panamint Dayley 1989
nükkattü dancer n Panamint Dayley 1989
nukki run.SG IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nukki to run.SG.SUBJ V Miller
nukki run IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nukki-nympyh engine Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nukkih to run, to go Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nukkiki run fast IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nukkikinna run fast IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nukkikki run along slowly IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nukkikki travel IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nukkikki(nna) run along slowly, travel IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nukkikkinna run along slowly IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nukkikkinna travel IV WSdict02.txt, Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nukkimi'a run fast IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nukkinka(n) make run, make function TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nukkinka+n make run, make function TV Crum&Dayley2
nukkinke(n) make run, make function TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nukkinke+n make run, make function TV Crum&Dayley2
nukkinooh run along, jog IV Crum&Dayley2
nukkinooh run along, jog IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nukkwi run, race, move (of things) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nukkwinna race, running n verbal Panamint Dayley 1989
nukkwintün train, railroad car n Panamint Dayley 1989
nukkwintünna po'i railroad (tracks) n Panamint Dayley 1989
nukkwittan ~ mukkwittan long-tailed brush lizard, Urosaurus graciousus n Panamint Dayley 1989
nükünta goose n Panamint Dayley 1989
nukwi" do; happen vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nukwi" say vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nukwingkün do for, help vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nukwingkün tell, say to vt Panamint Dayley 1989
numa to do the circle dance V Miller
nümin nampuninna people tracks Panamint Dayley 1989
nümmi walk around, roam, wander, live (in traditional lifeway) vi & aux sg-dl dur Panamint Dayley 1989
nümmi himpü ~ nümmin nimpü ours Panamint Dayley 1989
nümmikki walk around vi sg-dl Panamint Dayley 1989
nümmikkinnümpü walker n Panamint Dayley 1989
nümmin nimpü ~ nümmi himpü ours (exc) Panamint Dayley 1989
nümming kahni our house Panamint Dayley 1989
nümmü we, us, our prn pl exc Panamint Dayley 1989
nümü person, people, human, Indian, Shoshone n sg & pl Panamint Dayley 1989
nümü nangkawih speak Shoshone Panamint Dayley 1989
nümü nangkawih ~ Sosoni nangkawih speak Shoshone Panamint Dayley 1989
nümü nangkawih ~ Sosoni nangkawih Shoshone language Panamint Dayley 1989
nümü nuipi human doll Panamint Dayley 1989
nümü nuipi doll n Panamint Dayley 1989
nümü pahamittsi bigfoot, saskwatch n Panamint Dayley 1989
nümü wika(ppüh) rabbit skin blanket Panamint Dayley 1989
nümü(ttsi) liver n Panamint Dayley 1989
nümüa body, skin n Panamint Dayley 1989
nümükan move (in position or in place), quake, tremble, shake vi & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
nüngappüh rib cage area just below the breasts n Panamint Dayley 1989
nungku we two, us two prn dl exc Panamint Dayley 1989
nungkwappüh ~ hungkwappüh leg n Panamint Dayley 1989
nunukki run.DL IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nunukki to run.DL.SUBJ V Miller
nunukki run IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nunungwa canyon n Panamint Dayley 1989
Nününoppüh Inyo Mountains n top Panamint Dayley 1989
nunutaangwünü run around scattered about vi pl Panamint Dayley 1989
nup'-pun-kwah night heron (Nycticorax) Goshiute Merriam 1979
nüpaata flag n Panamint Dayley 1989
Nüpakatütün Charleston Mountain near Beatty n top Panamint Dayley 1989
nut-zooh boh-hombe Abronia turbinata Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
nut-zooh boh-hombe Abronia turbinata Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
nutaa to start to run.PL.SUBJ V Miller
nutaa to run.PL.SUBJ V Miller
nutaa(n) run IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nutaa+n run.PL IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nutaah to run, to start running Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nutaan run vi pl Panamint Dayley 1989
nütakasün ~ nüüsün myself prn rflx Panamint Dayley 1989
nüttsüühai ~ nittsüühai talk endearingly to a baby vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nüttüühai ~ nittüühai talk endearingly to, sweet-talk vt Panamint Dayley 1989
nüü I, me prn emph Panamint Dayley 1989
nuun should, must Miller
nuun hope Miller
nuun should, must, might Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nuun ~ noon awhile, for some time, duratively adv Panamint Dayley 1989
nuupaih ~ yuunaah ~ yingka sit (down), stay, camp, be located vi pl Panamint Dayley 1989
nuupüa pair (of shoes) n Panamint Dayley 1989
nüüsün ~ nütakasün myself prn rflx Panamint Dayley 1989
nuwa move IV Crum&Dayley2
nuwa move IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
nuwa" move (from one position to another) vi & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
nuwattain move residence vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nuwi walk around, roam, wander, live (in traditional lifeway) vi sg-dl & v instr & aux Panamint Dayley 1989
nuwinuwi go home vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nuwitühantüsü live vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nuwɨbɨa partner Duckwater Harbin 1988
nuyua to crawl (of a snake or worm) V Miller
nuyua crawl (as a snake or worm) vi Panamint Dayley 1989
nuyua Crawl Graham 2008
nuyua Crawl Graham 2008
nuyuah crawl IV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
nuyuah crawl IV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ny I Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
ny-wat-su-it eight Shoshone Huntington 1872
nyai-ppyih to keep on blowing (of the wind) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nyai" to blow (of wind) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nyai"-pin wind Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nyccawya" suspenders Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nyhwyh we Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nykkah to dance Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nykkah-kahni dance ground Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nykkah-mai" to go to dance Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymih to live, to wander, to travel Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymin co'a-ppyh, co'a-ppyh ghost, spirit of dead human Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymmatoix to tease, to kid Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymmyn we, our Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nympanai" to lie down with someone Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymy (nymi) Indian Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymy pahmon wild tobacco Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymy-pahmon wild tobacco Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymy-po-ai path Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymy-po'ai footpath Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymy-puha-kkantyn, nymy-poha-kkantyn Indian doctor Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymy-pya partner, ally, companion Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymy-pya partner Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymym-pin a liver (countable) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nymyn liver (noun-countable) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nynym-pui" to stare at Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nynym-puih to stare at (in a challenging way) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nynyn frightening, harmful, bad Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nyy-sunkwaah to feel (physically) Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nyy-sunkwaah to feel Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
nyy"- Reflexive prefix Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
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