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-oe'kêhénoto. He cheated him.
É-óeometäno He's feeing weepy (like he wants to cry).
oestóono prayer cloths
oeškeso dog; oeškêseho dogs
É-óétsétáno He's worried, anxious, troubled.
É-ohtaene. He stayed overnight.
Tâhé-ohtovâtse kóhkonôheo'o! Go buy bread! (compare He is buying / He bought it. É-hohtóva.)
Tâhé-ovešêstse! Go to bed! (male voice: Tâhé-ovešêstse!)
É-o'ehne. He eliminated / defecated.
Étâhé-o'ehne. He went to eliminate.
o'êhnémâhéó'o toilet / bathroom / outhouse
É-o'ha'emâsóho. He missed him.
É-o'hóhkâše'še. He choked while drinking.
É-ó'kéné'o. He has one eye open.
Ná-ó'keneotsé'tova. He winked at me.
ó'kôhóme coyote (easier informal spelling is okom)
É-ómotome. He's breathing.
É-oné'ame. He's target practicing/sighting in his gun.
Ná-oné'seómâhahtóó'e. They believed me.
É-oné'seómâhahtovóho. He believes him.
Ésáa'-onemóheho. He did not pay attention to him.
Ónêstánôtse! Open it (for example, a door)!
É-ónêxôhtáóhtse. He has a stomach ache.
É-ono'átamóho. He respects him.
ónonevóneške prairie dog; ónonevonêškeho prairie dogs
É-oo'xoemâhane He's chopping firewood.
É-oóoxôhetóho. He's making remarks (saying things) about him.
oóxésta "same as usual" / "alright"
Ótahe! Listen! / Pay attention!
É-otá'távo. It's blue.
ótsêhámóhe Oops, I forgot (or, I made a mistake)
É-ována'xaetäno He is serene, calm, feeling relaxed.
Névé'e-óxêhésta! Don't say anything about it!
Névé'e-óxôheve! Don't say anything! (woman's voice)
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