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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É-naä'e. He is doctoring.
É-naesëtse. He's purifying himself (the cleansing motions toward the body before praying).
nâha'ónôsanévo'ha roping horse
Nâhahétsêstoveha! Be leery of him!
nâhahévo'ha wild horse
É-nâha'enóho. He caught him.
Nahe! Here! (=Take it!) (woman's voice)
É-nâhestóne She is menstruating.
náhkohe bear; náhkôheo'o bears
É-nâho'ôhtsevo. He came to visit him.
tséh-na'nôxe'ohe when it was 3 o'clock
É-ná'so'eemo. He teased him.
Ééva-nanóvâhtseo'o. They recognize each other again ( = reconciliation).
É-nanovóho. He recognizes him.
É-naóotse. He is sleeping.
Néá'eše. Thank you. (verb root is -a'eh)
nêhe'še then / that's all / the end
Mó-nêhé'še? Shall we go now? / Are we ready to go?
Néxhóse-nêhešeha! Say it again!
Névé'-nêhešéve! Don't do that!
nêhetáa'e that's enough
Mó-nêhetáa'e? Is that all? / Is that the end?
Néhoveóó'êstse! Stand up!
nêhpêsó'hestôtse loincloth / breechcloth
É-ne'étaménoto. He depends on him.
Né'tó'êstse! Take your shoes off!
É-némáhtse. He has a crooked mouth (esp. from Bell's palsy).
É-némeótóho. He sang for him.
É-némonenáotse. He sprained/twisted his ankle.
Nenáasêstse! Come here!
É-nene He is nursing/sucking.
nénéhe I want to nurse, I want to suck on the bottle; Nurse! (babytalk)
É-nenóvoo'e. He stayed for awhile. (Alternate pronunciation: Énonóvoo'e.)
nésé'e my friend (female to female)
néséne my friend (male to male)
É-nése'neva. He's hunting for small game (e.g. rabbits, birds).
É-nêsétamóho. He is mad at him.
ma'ta-nésôxe'ohe when it's 2 o'clock
É-nêše'šêhe'öna. He washed his hands.
Nêše'šêhe'onâtse! Wash your hands!
É-nêše'šévoéne. He washed his face.
Nêše'šévoénêstse! Wash your face!
É-nêše'xähtse. He brushed his teeth (literally, He washed his mouth).
É-néšeo'o. There are two of them.
Néh-nêševátamêstse! Have pity on me!
É-nêševátamóho. He pities him.
É-netsé'e'tovóho. He lied to him.
É-netsé'emóho. He lied about him.
É-nétse'ovóho. He let him go.
Neváaseo'o? Who (plural)?
névéé'êše for four days
néxâhtsenávó'e double-barrel shotgun
nêxo'mévéhe watermelon; nêxo'mévêheo'o watermelons
Nóheto! Let's go!
Nóheto, nétaévâhóo'ôhtsémáne! Let's go back home!
É-nóhoneo'o. There are five of them.
É-nôhtseno'e. He stalked.
É-nôhtsenotóho. He stalked him.
no'kâhtsenávó'e single-barrel shotgun (30-30?)
É-no'kena'éva. He has one arm.
No'keome Lone Tepee
É-no'konëne He has one tooth.
Éno'kôxe'ohe. It's 1 o'clock.
Nétâhé-no'óe'tovâhema Let's go hold the baby!
nomá'ne fish (plural)
É-nomëne He's drinking hot liquid (e.g. coffee, tea, soup).
Mónêstse-nomëne? Do you want to drink coffee (or anything else hot)?
nomenévetohko drinking cup
nómonêhe'še Lets's go!
É-nonótovâše'eše He's drunk.
Énoóno. It is faded/dried up.
nóoo Wow! (only used by females)
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