Shoshoni Dictionary

Found 396 results beginning with U.

Shoshoni English Part of Speech Dialect Source
-u- demonstrative prefix (-SPKR, +FAR; -VIS) Mixco's Abbreviation (10/31/2005)
u it, him, her PRO Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
u His Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
u Its Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
u He Graham 2008
u Him Graham 2008
u He Graham 2008
u it, him, her; its, his, her PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
u him. her, it, them (someone/something already mentioned) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
ü you, thou prn subj Panamint Dayley 1989
u Her Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
u It Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
u Him Graham 2008
u ~ o it, him, her; there, that (not visible) prn obj & dem/loc new Panamint Dayley 1989
u sengwaibi half Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
u sengwaibi ma'ai fifty cents (literally, with half of it [a dollar]) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
u- that, there (not visible) DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley2
u- that, there (not visible) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ŭ-ah'-gah moth Shoshone of Idaho (Fort Hall) Merriam 1979
ŭ-nup'-pe road runner (Geococcyx) Panamint Merriam 1979
u-ra-wop door Ute? Huntington 1872
ŭ'-chip sour berry; Aromatic sumac (Rhus trilobata) Goshiute Merriam 1979
u'-di-ûp Birch Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
u'-gai-gût Poa sp. Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
u'-gu-dzûp Alder Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
u'-gû-pi; u-gûp Slough Grass Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
u'-i-tcĭb Rhus trilobata Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
u'-na-tso-mo-gi Hop Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
u'-sa Willow-herb Goshiute Chamberlin 1911
u'ana that place DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
u'ana there somewhere not visible DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
u'ana that place; there somewhere not visible Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
u'ana That place out of sight Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
u'bi a gŭn katydid (general term) Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
u'imaa next morning ADV Crum&Dayley2
u'imaa next morning ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
u'na badger Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
u'na dzi ta mantis, praying Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
u'o a bi (Goshute) beetle, wood-boorer, larva of Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
u'ubaganggu little by little Duckwater Harbin 1988
u'ukapa sometimes ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
u'ukapa (taka) (only) sometimes ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
u'ukapa taka only sometimes ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
u'ŭn gwi wĭ ta plover Goshiute Chamberlin 1908
u'uwihnu then adv Panamint Dayley 1989
u'waihte Like, that Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
u(n) its, his, her PRO Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
u+n its, his, her PRO Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
üa(ttsi) wound, sore, injury n Panamint Dayley 1989
üah plant (crops), sow vt Panamint Dayley 1989
üapain ~ üapa'in ~ üapa'en have a wound; be grazed, injured v incorp Panamint Dayley 1989
üappi ~ üappüh crop, plantings, garden n Panamint Dayley 1989
üattüah ranch, farm n Panamint Dayley 1989
üatuah wound, graze, nick, scratch vt Panamint Dayley 1989
üatuappüh wounded, grazed, nicked, scratched pp Panamint Dayley 1989
uba'a Above it or that Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uba'a Over it or that Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ubaga That amount Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ubagandɨ few Duckwater Harbin 1988
ubagase A little bit Graham 2008
ubagase A little bit Graham 2008
ubagazi Little, a Graham 2008
ubagazi Little, a Graham 2008
ubai, subai sube' Around there Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ubakasen Little by little Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ubande About that Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ubida Slow Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ubiđa slow Duckwater Harbin 1988
ubinangs follow Duckwater Harbin 1988
ubɨđamia walk slowly Duckwater Harbin 1988
ubɨninua move over Duckwater Harbin 1988
ubu Over this other way Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ude That one (out of sight) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
udee suede Those out of sight Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
udee' That (out of sight) [pl., subject case] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
udee' that (out of sight) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
udeeN That (out of sight) [pl, possessive case] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
udeeN that (out of sight) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
udehi That (out of sight) [dual, object case] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
udehi that (out of sight) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
udehutsih mother-in-law (wife) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
udehwe That (out of sight) [dual subject case] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
udehwe that (out of sight) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
udehwe Those two out sight Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
udei' That (out of sight) [pl, object case] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
udei' that (out of sight) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
uden That (out of sight) [sing, subject case] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
udeN that (out of sight) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
udendogoh father-in-law (husband) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
udengaguh mother-in-law (husband) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
udengenuh father-in-law (wife) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
udevihande in the middle Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
udukande below Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
udunasengunwhayxu go past Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uewawi'(tai') Cast out of mind Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ufinoaq move over (command) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ugupande inside Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ugupandembayxu fall into Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ugwi Smell to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ugwihte Smelling Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uhimbe belong to Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uhoi around it, around that DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley2
uhoi around it, around that Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uhoiki around Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
ui-tti that (special) kind out of sight-OBJ DEM Crum&Dayley2
üitsü'in be cold vi Panamint Dayley 1989
üitsü'ingkün cool, make cold vt Panamint Dayley 1989
üitsü'intün cold place or thing n & prp Panamint Dayley 1989
uitte(n) that (special) kind out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uitte+n that (special) kind out of sight DEM Crum&Dayley2
uitti that (special) kind out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uittün that (special) kind of dem Panamint Dayley 1989
uka That (out of sight) [sing, object case] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uka that (out of sight) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
ukaN That (out of sight) [sing, possessive case] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ukaN that (out of sight) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
ukka if, when CONJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ukka that (out of sight).OBJ DEM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ukka that (not visible) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ukka if, when CONJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ukka(n) that out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ukka+n that (out of sight).POSS DEM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ukki that (out of sight).OBJ DEM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ukki that (not visible) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ukkuh there out of sight DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
ukkuh there (out of sight) loc new Panamint Dayley 1989
ukkuh there out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ukkuh-ti therein-OBJ DEM Crum&Dayley2
ukkuh-ti about that-OBJ DEM Crum&Dayley2
ukkuhte(n) therein; about that Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ukkuhte+n therein DEM Crum&Dayley2
ukkuhte+n about that DEM Crum&Dayley2
ukkuhti therein; about that Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ukkwa that (one) out of sight; him, her dem obj new Panamint Dayley 1989
ukkwah ~ okkwah ~ ikkwah ~ -kkwah when, if; at a certain time, then con & adv enclitic Panamint Dayley 1989
ukkwang kahni that one’s house Panamint Dayley 1989
ukkwisai sneeze vi Panamint Dayley 1989
uku There (out of sight) [adv of place] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uku there (out of sight) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
ükü new, young, fresh adj Panamint Dayley 1989
ükü nuwinnümmi start to walk (as a baby) Panamint Dayley 1989
ükü paokkin be in puberty (of girl) adv vi Panamint Dayley 1989
ükü paokkinna to be in puberty (of a girl) Panamint Dayley 1989
ükü tatsa June Panamint Dayley 1989
Ükü Tatsa June n Panamint Dayley 1989
ükü(sü) now, already, alittle later, after while adv Panamint Dayley 1989
ukuhti there Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
ukuhti There (adv) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ükünümü youth, young person n Panamint Dayley 1989
üküpinaa(tün) first no irr ordinal Panamint Dayley 1989
üküpinaatü huuppi first stick Panamint Dayley 1989
üküpinaatün nümü first person Panamint Dayley 1989
üküsü ukkwah ~ üküsü ükkwah after while, a little later, when it’s a little later adv Panamint Dayley 1989
üküttsi(ttsi) a little while ago adv Panamint Dayley 1989
ukwaba Only sometimes Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
ukwapasü once in a while, occasionally, sometimes adv Panamint Dayley 1989
ukwi" ~ ükwi" smell vt Panamint Dayley 1989
ükwikkan ~ ukwikkan smell vt Panamint Dayley 1989
ukwisüsüü sniff, smell at (like a dog) v Panamint Dayley 1989
um mo'o his hand Panamint Dayley 1989
um mutsipin its point Panamint Dayley 1989
um paawa broth, sap np Panamint Dayley 1989
üm pampi ko'e top of your head Panamint Dayley 1989
um papinümü his older brothers (people) Panamint Dayley 1989
um patsinümü her older sisters (people) Panamint Dayley 1989
um petü(mmu)ngku his two daughters Panamint Dayley 1989
um petümmü his daughters Panamint Dayley 1989
um petümmungku his two daughters Panamint Dayley 1989
um-pio or katz-poo-soods-a-way i do not know Ute? Huntington 1872
uma'ai with it/that (person) DEM/P Crum&Dayley2
uma'ai with it/that (person) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uma'aihku with it/that (person) DEM/P Crum&Dayley2
uma'aihku with it/that (person) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
üma" ~ üngwa" rain vi Panamint Dayley 1989
uma(n) on it/that Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uma(n) with that (instrument) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uma+n on it/that DEM/P Crum&Dayley2
uma+n with that (instrument) DEM/P Crum&Dayley2
ümakkin for rain to be coming Panamint Dayley 1989
ümakkoppotta rain coat Panamint Dayley 1989
uman-ti some of it/that, part of it/that, member of that (family)-OBJ DEM/P Crum&Dayley2
umanku(n) for it/that, from it/that; about that Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
umanku+n for it/that, from it/that Crum&Dayley2
umanku+n about that Crum&Dayley2
umante(n) some of it/that, part of it/that, member of that (family) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
umante+n some of it/that, part of it/that, member of that (family) DEM/P Crum&Dayley2
umanti some of it/that, part of it/that, member of that (family) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
umantu(n) to it/that, towards it/that, through it/that P Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
umantu+n to it/that, towards it/that, through it/that P Crum&Dayley2
ümappuhakantün rain doctor n Panamint Dayley 1989
ümatü pikka rain noise Panamint Dayley 1989
ümatün ~ üngwatün rain n & prp Panamint Dayley 1989
ümatünna poton rainbow np Panamint Dayley 1989
ümmakkin sprinkle vi Panamint Dayley 1989
ümmi himpü ~ ümmin nimpü ~ ün nimpü yours Panamint Dayley 1989
ümmi himpü ~ ümmin nimpü ~ ün nimpü yours, thine prn poss Panamint Dayley 1989
ümmin nimpü ~ ün nimpü ~ ümmi himpü yours Panamint Dayley 1989
ümmin toto pungku your bull Panamint Dayley 1989
ümming kahni your house Panamint Dayley 1989
ümmü ~ ü ~ üü you, thou prn subj Panamint Dayley 1989
ump-i-o not certain Ute? Huntington 1872
un ~ um ~ ung ~ u his, her, its prn poss Panamint Dayley 1989
ün ~ ümmi(n) you(r), thee, thy prn obj & poss Panamint Dayley 1989
Un Kwahai(n) Its Back'=Owyhee, NV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
Un Kwahain Owyhee, NV Toponym Crum&Dayley2
un nammittsinümü her younger sisters (people) Panamint Dayley 1989
un nampe her foot Panamint Dayley 1989
ün nangkian nuhuttsi thank you greet Panamint Dayley 1989
ün nangkian nuhuttsi the fat of your ear = thank you Panamint Dayley 1989
ün nangkian yuhuttsi your ear fat = thank you Panamint Dayley 1989
un nappü ~ u appü his father Panamint Dayley 1989
un natükkanna edible, something to eat n verbal possessed Panamint Dayley 1989
ün nimpü ~ ümmin nimpü ~ ümmi himpü yours, thine prn poss Panamint Dayley 1989
un tamittsinümü his little brothers (people) Panamint Dayley 1989
un toko'o her grandfather (MoFa) Panamint Dayley 1989
un tsumakkatü nümü last person Panamint Dayley 1989
un tsumanna huuppin last stick Panamint Dayley 1989
Un Tsumatün Saturday n Panamint Dayley 1989
un tua(mmu)ngku his two sons Panamint Dayley 1989
un tuammü his sons Panamint Dayley 1989
un tuammungku his two sons Panamint Dayley 1989
ün tüpüa your pair (as in cards) Panamint Dayley 1989
un-de-wah'-ne red fox (Vulpes fulvus group) Goshiute Merriam 1979
un-gwab-it-se wife Shoshone Huntington 1872
un-nup'-pe road runner (geococcyx) Southern Nevada Merriam 1979
un-toke meat Shoshone Huntington 1872
unai from there (towards here) DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley2
unai From there (towards here) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
unai(sen) from there (towards here) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
unaisen from there (towards here) DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley2
unda-vitch-quanna Mimulus guttatus Shoshone of Nevada Train 1941
unda-vitch-quanna Mimulus guttatus Shoshone of Nevada Train 1957
under-ish another person Shoshone Huntington 1872
ung kahni her house Panamint Dayley 1989
üng ko'e your crown (of your head) Panamint Dayley 1989
ung küma its blade Panamint Dayley 1989
ung kwii püta his left arm Panamint Dayley 1989
ung wana its web Panamint Dayley 1989
ungoite along on top of Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
unguppa'eh spank vt Panamint Dayley 1989
üngüppi road runner n Panamint Dayley 1989
unguxnwa male (animal) Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
üngwa" ~ üma" rain vi Panamint Dayley 1989
üngwatün ~ ümatün rain n & prp Panamint Dayley 1989
uni Like that out of sight Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uni That way out of sight Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
unni that way, like that (not seen) DEM/ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
unni like that, that way adv Panamint Dayley 1989
unni that way, like that (not seen) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ünnü(ppüh) danger n Panamint Dayley 1989
ünnüü ~ ünnaa danger! watch out! Oh oh! intrj Panamint Dayley 1989
unriha to name Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
üntakasün ~ üüsün yourself, thyself prn rflx Panamint Dayley 1989
unwadahwih push over, knock down Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
unwayse follow, accompany Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
up-sa-ro-ka crow indians Ute? Huntington 1872
up-sa-ro-ka crow indians Shoshone Huntington 1872
upa few Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
upa-ka-hippi" to sip Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
upa-kan a little bit, a small amount Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
upa'a(n) above it, above that, over it, over that Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
upa'a+n above it, above that, over it, over that DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley2
upa'an ~ upan there (out of sight); on it loc Panamint Dayley 1989
upa'ande Tomorrow afternoon Graham 2008
upa'ande Tomorrow afternoon Graham 2008
upAI around there out of sight DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
upai̲ around there out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
upai̲ka(n) that amount, that much (out of sight) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
upAIka+n that amount, that much (out of sight) DEM/P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
upakan paa pyattyn-ka" dew Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
upakattsi not much adv Panamint Dayley 1989
upenisü right away, very quickly, too quickly, too soon adv Panamint Dayley 1989
upi around there out of sight, thereabouts DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
upi around there out of sight, thereabouts Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
upika(nten) that much, that amount Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
upika+n that much, that amount DEM/P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
upikanten that much, that amount DEM/P Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
upitaa(nku) slow(ly) ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
upitaa+n slow, slowly ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
upitaan slow, slowly ADV Miller
upitaanku slow, slowly ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
upittaan slow Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
uppita! wait! Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
üppüi hipittsi(tsi) sleepyhead (female) n Panamint Dayley 1989
üppüi tsuku(ppü) sleepyhead (male) n Panamint Dayley 1989
üppüih sleep, go to sleep, fall asleep vi sg-dl Panamint Dayley 1989
üppüingkün make sleepy, make go to sleep vt Panamint Dayley 1989
üppüitaippüh asleep, sound asleep pp sg-dl Panamint Dayley 1989
üppüittüah sleeping place, dorm(itory) n Panamint Dayley 1989
upu(n) over that way (out of sight) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
upu+n over that way (out of sight) DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
upuhni over that way (out of sight) DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
upuhni over that way (out of sight) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
usadivis is that so! Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
use That not visiable Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
use(n) that (not seen is the one) Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
use+n that (not seen is the one) DEM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
usen That (out of sight) (contrastive) [sing, subject case] Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
useN that (out of sight) Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
usen taka that's all ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
usen taka that's all ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
usendaga That's all Graham 2008
usendaga That's all Graham 2008
usendogwaih ‘that’s enough’ Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
usu'umpü kindling, tinder n Panamint Dayley 1989
usün ~ usun that is (the one that) dem exst & cleft Panamint Dayley 1989
usün takasün that’s all; that’s the end phrase Panamint Dayley 1989
ut give Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
utaah find vt Panamint Dayley 1989
ute(n) that out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
ute+n that (out of sight).SUBJ DEM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
utee(n) those out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
utee+n those out of sight.SUBJ DEM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
utee+n those out of sight.POSS DEM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
utehe(n) those two out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
utehe+n those two out of sight.POSS DEM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
utehi those two out of sight.OBJ DEM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
utehi those two out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uteweh those two out of sight.SUBJ DEM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
uteweh those two out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
utii those out of sight.OBJ DEM Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
utii those out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
utta-ppeh fine dust-SUBJ N Miller
utta-ppeh-a fine dust-OBJ N Miller
uttsuG to happen, to come about V Miller
uttsumih close the eyes vi Panamint Dayley 1989
uttu(n) over that way out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uttu+n over that way out of sight DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
uttuh give.SG TV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
uttuh give TV Crum&Dayley2
uttuH to give something (to someone) TV Miller
uttuh give, present to vt Panamint Dayley 1989
uttuh to give something (to someone), give! Big Smoky Valley Shoshoni Crapo 1976
uttuh give TV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uttun through there loc Panamint Dayley 1989
uttuppeh given ADJ Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
uttuppeh given ADJ Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uttuse(n) times past ADV Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uttuse+n times past ADV Crum&Dayley2
utu give Duckwater Harbin 1988
utu Give Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
utü that (one) out of sight; he, she, it dem new Panamint Dayley 1989
utu'' to give Fort Hall Shoshoni Gould and Loether 2002
ütüi(tai)ppüh hot, heated up pp Panamint Dayley 1989
ütüihan have a fever vi Panamint Dayley 1989
ütüim paa ~ ütüih paa hot water, hot springs Panamint Dayley 1989
ütüim paa ~ ütüih paa hot spring, hot water np Panamint Dayley 1989
ütüin be hot vi Panamint Dayley 1989
ütüingkün heat, make hot vt & v instr Panamint Dayley 1989
ütüintün heat, hot place n & prp Panamint Dayley 1989
utukka(n) under it, under that Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
utukka+n under it, under that DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley2
utuku just, only adv Panamint Dayley 1989
utümmü ~ utummü those (ones) out of sight; they dem pl new Panamint Dayley 1989
utungku those two out of sight dem dl new Panamint Dayley 1989
utupeh Given Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
utuu Present to Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
üü you, thou prn emph Panamint Dayley 1989
üü püü! (what about) you! Panamint Dayley 1989
uupasi(ttsi) ~ muupasi(ttsi) grapes n Panamint Dayley 1989
uupihi go back ADV Miller
üüsün ~ üntakasün yourself, thyself prn rflx Panamint Dayley 1989
üüti (hey) you! Panamint Dayley 1989
üüttsaa ~ aattsaa nasty! awful! yuck! intrj Panamint Dayley 1989
uuwatinɨ like that Duckwater Harbin 1988
uvaihaigandavaiqnhi the other day Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uvaihaigite beside Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uvaise invite Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uvande above Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uvidaxutsinukinyade slow Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uvinangwade behind Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uvinangwase follow Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uwa Winter (this) Graham 2008
uwa'i Wipe off Graham 2008
uwa'ih like that out of sight DEM/ADV Crum&Dayley1, Crum&Dayley2
uwa'ih like that out of sight Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uwaga To him or her Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uwagande Towards him or her Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uwaihii Warm up Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uwaithe' That kind Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uwaka(n) to him or her, towards him or her Duck Valley Crum, Crum, and Dayley 2002
uwaka+n to him or her, towards him or her DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley2
uwakante+n to him or her, towards him or her DEM/LOC Crum&Dayley2
uwandapondivuiku avert gaze in hatred Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uwande Some of it or that Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uwande Towards that Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uwande Part of it or that Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uwande Member of that (family) Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uwandu Through it or that Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uwandu To it or that Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uwangathai Take away Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
uwangu Cousin, brother and brother's child Graham 2008
uwayte like Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uwenangwade in front Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uyakwa take Shoshoni Tidzump 1970
uyanguyanathai Take away from Ely Shoshoni Graham 2008
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