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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Étaä'e. He beats his wife.
táhoévo'ha saddle horse (lit. riding-horse)
taa'eéše'he moon (more common as just éše'he, the same as 'sun')
táaxa'e "Let's see!"
táho'kâhonoo'o skillet bread
É-tâhpe'äse. He has a big belly.
Ta'ta'enôtse! Unlock it (for example, a door)!
É-taotse. He yawned.
Ná-távêstaóotse. I have a headache.
É-toenova She delivered; she midwifed (the baby; literally, She held).
tó'êsêhevá'séhe, or tó'êsevotonáhe pheasant
tôhé'kêsaévôhkêha'e cowboy hat
tóhkonavekóhkonôheonôtse crackers (Oklahoma Cheyenne word)
É-tó'êsêháhta. He has long feet.
É-tó'êseöhta. He has long legs.
É-tó'êseöse. He has long fingers.
É-tó'êstonëne. He has long teeth.
To'êstse! Get up! (from bed)
É-tó'omemâsóho. He shot him dead.
É-tóne'éhoo'e? How long did he stay?
Tóne'še? When? (man's voice)
Tóne'še néto'seaseohtse? When are you going to leave?
Tóne'še néévâho'êhóó'óhtse? When did you get back home?
Tóne'še ého'oesta? What time is it?
Tóne'xóvéva? At what time? / When?
Éta-tóne'xove? How long has that been?
Étónesta? What is his condition?
Étónéso? What's it like?
Étónêsóotse? What happened?
É-tónêstôheaénáma? How old is he?
É-tónêstôheéše'hama How many months old is he? (Also can mean 'How many months along (in her pregnancy) is she?')
Né-tónêšetano? What are you thinking?
Né-tónêšéve? What are you doing?
Néée-tónêšéve? What have you been doing?
Nétaéšêhósê-tónêšéve? What did you do this time? (typically use to scold)
Násáa-tónêšévéhe. I'm not doing anything.
Né-tónêševéhe? What is your name?
Étónetôhtâheve? What design/pattern is it?
Nétónetomóhtahe? How are you feeling?
Né-tónetotse'ohe? What's your job?
tsé-tóno ice cream (literally, that which is cold)
tono'seo'o refrigerator (another pronunciation: tono'sanestôtse
tónovâhonoo'o skillet bread, pan bread
tónoveéstse'he winter coat
toóomâše'šestôtse cold drink, soda pop
Tósa'e nétao'sêtsêhe'öhtse? Where are you going?
Étótâhpe'êhahta. He has big feet.
tóva'hévo'ha team horse
tooxo'hamëso Shetland pony (lit. low-horsey)
tséhe'hemövâtse speckled horse
Tóxánôtse! Pass it around!
É-tsêhe'êstä'e. He has long hair.
Nés-tsêhe'ooestse! Come here quickly!
tsêhéstoestôtse Cheyenne dress
tsêhésto'kêhanôtse moccasins (compare mo'kêhanôtse shoes)
É-tsêhetâho'hova. He is cedaring.
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