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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pâhoešestôtse cradleboard (hardbacked)
É-pa'ôhtáotse. He has pain in the abdomen.
É-pánestse. He farted.
É-páo'óomóho She is carrying him on her back with a blanket.
péhpe'ékósa longhaired goat
É-pe'pe'âheo'o. They are having marital difficulty.
Pénovéseestse! Comb your hair!
É-péoto. He dislikes, hates him.
É-pévatamóho. He likes him.
É-péve'tovóho. He's good to him.
É-pévetäno He's happy, feeling good.
É-pévo'eeho. He treated him good.
É-pévo'oto. He spoke good about him.
Ná-pévomóhtahe. I'm feeling good.
Né-pévomóhtâhehe? Are you feeling good?
Násáa-pévomóhtâhéhe. I'm not feeling good.
póéso cat; póesono cats
póhkéso kitten; póhkêsono kittens
póho'seo'o yeast (also póho'sanestôtse)
póhaneo'o baking powder
É-pó'o. It's gray.
Póno'e Jim Town (bar; literally, downstream)
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