Words, such as verbs, which most often are pronounced with prefixes, appear in alpabetical order according to the first letter of their word root. For example, Émésehe. 'He/She is eating.' is filed under M as É-mésehe.
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eee Just kidding! (a byword)
Ná-e'ahe. I'm broke.
E'êha'ôtse! Put your shoes on!
É-é'ena'éva. He broke his arm.
é'êeono blocks of wood
É-e'hahtovóho. He respects him. (typically used of the avoidance a person shows toward an in-law he respects, such as a man toward his mother-in-law)
É-e'hóho. He is afraid of him.
é'komâhonoo'o pancake (lit. grease-fried)
É-e'tóhtahe He's afraid.
E'evonehnêstse! Get on (for example, get on the car)!
é'ôheonôtse chopped wood pieces
É-éma. He's taking a sweat.
É-émanane. He is putting on a sweat.
émaome sweat lodge
É-émôhóne. He's hunting.
énâhéno pudding / gravy
É-énanomóhta. He paid for it.
É-énanomótâhóho. He paid it for him.
Énánôtse! Put it down!
Ná-énêhasene. I quit gambling.
Éneoestse! Stop! (Stop the vehicle, or, Stop running!)
É-énó'tóva It (fire) is dying down.
éno'továhanéheo'o fire fighters, firemen
ésevone female buffalo / buffalo herd; Sacred Buffalo Hat
Ésta'xêstse! Come in quickly!
É-éstâhá'eneo'o. They are bringing in the food.
na-éstoo'o my throat
Né'-éstséhnêstse! Come in!
É-éstsénéne. He made a food offering.
Éstséhnêstse! Come in!
ée'he clock / watch (Montana term); sun; moon; month; compass
ékôsévetoo'o tea kettle / coffee pot
É-étsemóho. He didn't tell on him.
évôheonôtse wood chips
É-évónééhne. He's going through the piercing.
É-éxâhó'ta It's done (cooking).
Éxanénêstse! Get ready!
Éxova'âsenôtse! Warm it up! (e.g. warm up the house by building a fire)
É-éxo'äse It's burning / It's on fire.
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