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éan'-a-kan-yo-tan-ka-pi-han-ska, n. any long

thing to sit on, a bench, a form. can'-a-ki-ta, adv. much brush, many trees down. can-a-ki'-yu-ha-pi, n. a bier for the dead. See

canwiệihupa, said to be the better form. can'-a-ma-ni-pi, n. stairs, a ladder. See can

iyamanipi, the better form. can-an', adv. See ćannan. can-ba'-kpa, n. (éan and bakpa) a shingle ; can

bakpapi, shingles. can-ba'-sde-ća, v. a. (éan and basdeća) to saw

lengthwise. can-ba'-sde-sde-ca, v. a. to saw boards, saw

lengthwise of the wood often,-canbauŋsdesde

capi. can-ba'-sde-sde-ca-ti-pi, n. a saw-mill. can-can', v. n. to shake, tremble, have the ague,

-maćanéan, nićayćay, uyćancanpi. can-can'-pi, n. the ague, trembling. can-can'-se, adv. hastily, quickly. can-can'-ya, v. a. to make tremble or shake; to

hasten one,-ćanćan waya. can-can'-yan, adv. tremblingly. can'-ce-ga, n. (can and ćeġa) a skin stretched

over a hoop, a drum : canćega apa, to drum ;

canéeġa kabu, to drum. can-de', v. a. to get wood, get fire-wood, -can

wade. can-di', n. tobacco : candi unpa, to smoke tobac

co, -candi unmunpa; candi yaskića, to chew to

bacco. can-di'-a-ba-kpan, n. (candi and abakpan)

board to cut tobacco on. can-di'-a-ba-tpan, n.

Same as candiabakpan). can'-do-wan-ki-ya, v. (can and dowankiya) to

play on an instrument, as the violin. can'-do-wan-ki-ya-pi, n. a musical box ; the

violin. can-do'-zu-ha, n. (candi and ožuha) a tobacco

pouch. can-du'-hu-pa, n. a Dakota pipe, a pipe of any

kind to smoke with. can-du'-hu-pa-pa-hu, n. the bowl of a pipe,

usually made of red pipe-stone by the Dakotas. can-du'-hu-pa-sun-ta, n. a pipe-stem; also,

the name of a kind of ash, much used for making

pipe-stems. can-ha', n. (can and ha) tree-skin, i. e. bark. can'-han-pa, n. (can and hanpa) shoes ; lit.

wooden moccasins. Perhaps the Dakotas at first

thought that shoes were made of wood. can'-han-pa-han-ska, n. long shoes, i. e.

boots. can-han'-pi, n. (can and hanpi) sugar; lit.

trec-sap.

can-han'-pi-mdu, n. powdered sugar. can-han'-pi-mi-ni, n. sugar-water, sap. can-han'-pi-ta-sa-ka, n. cake sugar. can-han'-pi-ti-kti-ca, n. molasses. . can-ha'-san, n. (éanha and san) the sugar mapie

or rock maple ; so called from its bark being

whitish. ćan-ha'-sa, v. (éanha and sa) cinnamon-bark. canhda'-ka, n. large trees alone, without under

brush. can-hde'-hde, n. scattering trees, one here and

there. can-hde'-hde-ka, n. trees that stand here and

there. can-hde'-ska, n. a hoop, a wheel. can-hde'-ska, adj. round, wheel-like. can-hde-ska-ku-te, v. to play at shooting

through a hoop while it is rolling. can-hdu'-kaŋ, v. pos. of yukan; to shake of;

said of snow falling from trees. can-hmun'za, n. the name of a small bush

bearing little three-lobed red berries. can-ho-ta-dan, n. a swing. See hotada. can-ho'-ta-pi-sko, n. a swing. can-hun', n. the sturgeon, a kind of fish. can-Ka'-ka-ke, n. a vertebra, a buffalo's hump. can-ha'-ha-ke-ton, v. n. to be humped, having a hump.

. can-ha'-ha-ya, adv. brushy. can-ha'-ka, n. (can and haka) a brush, a bush. canh-can'-ga, v. n. to crunch or make a noise in

chewing any thing hard, as corn. can-Kdo'-Ku, n. weeds, pig-weed, any large

weed. can-Kdo'-ka, n. (can and lidoka) a hollow tree

or log. can-he'-ta-zu, v. (can and hetazu) to put wood

ashore from a boat. See hetazu. can-hi'-ya, v. a. to disappoint one, either in a

good or bad sense; to lead on or tempt one, as the presence of a wild animal leads one to desire

to kill it,----éankiwaya, canliimayan. can-ho'tka, n. a kind of small bush : canhotka

hu. can-kpan', n. the coot or water-hen. can-hpi', n. a war-club, tomahawk. can-hu'-na-ptan, n. (can and hunaptan) the side

of a hill covered with trees. can'-i-ba-kse, n. (éan and baksa) a saw, hand

or cross-cut saw. See einbakse. can'-i-ca-kaŋ, n. (can and kakan) an adze, a

broad-axe, any instrument used in hewing or

adzing. can'-i-ca-sde-će, n. (can and kasdeca) some

thing to split wood with, a wedge.

a

can-ksi'-ksi, v. red. of danksi. can-ksi'-ksi-ka, n. one who is petulant. ćan-ksi'-ksi-ya, adv. red. of ćanksiya. can-ksi'-ya, adv. angrily, in a petulant manner. ćan-ksi'-ya-han, adv. crossly. can-ku', n. a road, way, path, trail. éan-ku'-ya, v. to make for a road, have for a

road,—ćankuwaya. ćan-ku' ye, n. a row, as of corn, etc. can-xu'-ye-ton, v. to be in rows or furrows. ćan-ku'-ye-ton-ton, v. to make rows or fur

rows, as a plough,—ćankuyetonton aya. ćan-ku'-ye-ton-ton-yan, adv. in rows or fur

rows.

a

can-ma'-ko-pa-za, n. wood, trees. The sacred

name.

can'-i-ća-zi-pe, n. (éan and kažipa) a drawing

knife ; a plane. See canwićaźipe. can'-i-co-ġe, n. drift-wood. can'-in-kpa, n. the ends of branches, buds. See

cinkpa. can'-in-tpa, n. buds. Same as caninkpa. can'-i-pa-be, n. (can and paman) a wood-rasp. can'-i-pa-kin-za, n. (can and pakiŋza) a fiddle. can'-i-ya-ma-ni-pi, n. (éan and amani) pieces of

wood to walk on, a ladder, stairs or steps, a bridge. can'-i-yu-be, n. (can and yuman) a wood-rasp.

See ćanipabe. ćan'-i-yu-mni, n. (can and yumni) an auger ; a

gimblet. See cinyumni. can'-i-yu-sdo-he, n. (can and yusdohan)

sled, a sleigh. See canwiyusdohe. ćan'-i-yu-te, n. (éan and iyuta) a measure for

wood, a square or rule. ćan-i'-yu-wi, n. curly wood, a vine. See éan

wiyuwi. ćan-ka', n. a fire-steel. ćan-ka'-ga, n. a log, any large piece of wood on

the ground. ćan-ka'-gi-ća, n. touchwood, spunk. can-ka'-hu, n. (éanka and hu) the spine or back

bone, the vertebræ. ćan-kak'-on-pa, v. a. (éankaġa and onpa) to

lay or place logs to walk on, to bridge. ćan-kak'-on-pa-pi, n. logs laid to walk on, a

bridge : iŋyan cankahoypapi, a stone bridge. ćan-ka'-Hpa-Kpa, n. shingles ; i. q. canbakpa. can-ka'-kin-za, v. n. to swing and creak, as

trees in the wind. can-ka'-sun-ta, n. (éanka and sunta) the spinal

marrow. can-ka'-ska, v. (éan and kaska) to bind wood

together; to inclose with wood, to fortify,-éan

wakaśka ; éankaśka yanka, to be fortified. can-ka'-sko-kpa, n. (éan and kaskokpa) wood

hewed out, a trough. ćan-ka'-sko-tpa, n. Same as cankaśkokpa. can'-ka-zi-pa, v. to shave or plane wood. can-ka'-zi-pe, n. (éan and kažipa) a carpenter. ćan-ko'-ye, n. the parts along the back. can-ko'-ye-sin, n. the fat along the back and

sides. ćan-ko'-zu-ha (ćanka and ožuha) a tobacco

pouch or bag, so called because they carry in it

their flint and steel; a medicine-bag. can-kpe', n. the tibia ; the bone in the hind leg

of animals below the knee ; lankpe huwaķipe,

the fibula. ćan-kpe'-ca-ka, n. one who is furious ; i. q.

tuwe ohitiigida kin. can-ksi', v. n. to be angry, irritated,--éanwaksi.

to be

with one

can'-mi-ni-ca-żo, n.

a sawyer in the river. can-na', n. See cana, the better orthography. ćan-na'-ksa, n. a war-club, i... canlipi; perhaps,

a club broken off with the foot. ćan-nan', adv. out from the shore, in the middle

of the river: paéannan iyeya, to shove off a boat. can-nan'-tki-ya, adv. out from the shore, towards

the middle of a stream. can-nan'-wa-pa, adv. out from the shore, fur

ther out. can-ni'-ki-ya, v. n. to be angry. See canniyan. can-ni'-yan, v. n. to be angry,—ćanmaniyan,

canniniyan, ćaŋunniyan pi. ćan-ni'-ye-ki-ći-ya-pi, v. angry

another. As a noun, anger, malice. can-ni'-ye-ki-ya, v. a. to make angry,—ćanni

yewakiya. can-ni'-ye-ya, v.a. to be angry at, offended with,

—ćanniyewaya, ćanniyeyaya, ćayniyeunyanpi,

ćanniyećiya, ćanniyemayaya. can-ni'-ye-ya-pi, n. an object of anger; anger. can-non'-pa, v. See cannunpa. ćan-num', cont. of cannunpa ; ćannum mani, to

smoke as one walks. can-nun'-pa, v. n. (éandi and unpa) to smoke

tobacco : éannunmunpa, I smoke ; cannununpa,

you smoke ; cannuņķonpapi, we smoke. ćan'-o-hna-hna-ka-pi, n. (éan ohna and hnaka)

a coffin. ćan-o'-hna-ka, n. (éaŋ and ohnaka) a trunk, box.

See canwohnaka. can-o'-ka-bpa-hpa, n. (can and kalipa) chips. can-o'-pa-mna, n. sprouts growing up round a

stump. can-o'-pi-ye, n. (éan and opiye) a dressing-case,

a work-box. See canwopiye. can-o'-ti-dan, n. the Dakota god of the woods

an unknown animal said to resemble a man, which the Dakotas worship; perhaps, the monkey.

can'-o-to-za, n. (éan and toza) a round stick. can'-o-wan-ca-ya, n. wood all over, i. e. a

forest. can-pa', n. choke-cherries, of the genus prunus. can-pa'-gmi-gma, n. (Titoŋwan) See canpahmi

hma. can-pa'-hmi-hma, n. (éan and pahmihma) a

cart, waggon, any vehicle. can-pa'-hmi-hma-hu-non-pa, n. a cart, two

wheeled carriage. éan-pa'-hmi-hma-hu-to-pa, n a waggon, a

four-wheeled carriage. can-pa'-hu, n. choke-cherry bushes. ćan-pa'-kin, v. (éan and pakin) to set up a stick

in the ground to point the way one is going,

caŋwapakin. can-pa'-kin, n. the stick thus set up pointing the

direction one has gone. can-pa'-kin-za, v. (éan and pakinza) to play

on the violin,-éanwapakinza. can-pa'-kin-za-pi, n.

a violin. can-pa'-kmi-kma, n. (Ihank.) See ćaypahmi

hma. can-pa'-ksa, n. (čan pa and ksa) a stump. can-pa'-mna, 12. the bunch of sprouts that grow

at the root of a tree or stump. See canopamna. can-pa'-nmi-nma, n. (Mdewa.) See canpahmi

hma. ćan-pa'-sa-pa-wi, n. (canpa sapa and wi) the

moon when choke-cherries are black, August. can-pe'-ska, adv. on the knees : caypeśka make

hdeya inazin, to stand on one's knees, i. e. to kneel. can-ptek', adv. well, very well : caŋptek sdon

ya, to know a thing well ; ćanptek anagoptan. ćan-ptek'-ya, adv. well. can-sa'-ka-dan, n. (ćay and saka) a switch, a

twig, a rod. can-san',

a pillory. can-san'-se, adv. quickly, in haste. See can

éanse. ćans-mna', adj. unpleasant to the taste, as lean

meat ; i. q. mazamna sećeća. can-su', n. (éan and su) hickory-nuts, hickory

wood. can-su'-hu, n. the hickory-tree, the walnut of

New England ; Carya alba. can'-su-sbe-ća, n. (can and susbeća) a wooden

See susbeca. can-sa'-sa, n. the bark which the Dakotas mix · with their tobacco for smoking. This they take from two or three bushes, one a species of dog

wood and the others a kind of willow. can-sa'-sa-hin-ca-ke, n. a species of cornus or

dogwood, the bark of which is considered the best for smoking.

ćan-sin', n. (can and sin) the gum or resin that

oozes from trees, pitch-plaster ; the pitch pinetree, from which the

gum oozes. can-sin'-ća-hpu, n. a small species of bird. can-sin'-sin-na, n. a plant from which gum

oozes when it is broken off" ; perhaps a species of

camomile. can-śka', n. a species of hawk. can-śka'-wan-mdi-dan, n. a species of kite or

eagle. can-śke'-du-ta, n. the red bird. can-su'-ska, n. the box-elder, Acer negundo. See

taśkadan. ćant-a'-hde, v. a. (cante and ahde) to desire, wish for, set the heart upon ; especially, to set the heart on for evil, determine evil against one,-éantawa

hde, cantayahde, cantaunhdepi, éantaćihde. cant-a'-hde-pi, n. a determining evil against. cant-a'-hde-ya, v. a. to cause to set the heart

against,-cantahdewaya. can-te', n. the heart of men and animals; the

seat of the affections : cante yukan), to have a heart, to be kindly disposed; ćante wanića, to have no heart ; mićante, my heart : also, the eye

of corn, the germinating part of seeds. can-te'-a-sni, v. n. to recover from anger or sor

rou,-éanteamasni. can-te'-a-sni-yan, v. a. to cause to recover from

sorrow,—ćanteasniwaya. ćan-te'-en-a-i, v. to take to heart, be displeased,

- canteenawai. can-te'-en-yu-za, v. to have or hold in the heart,

to esteem,- canteenmduza. ćan-te'-ha-ha-dan, adj. quick-tempered, -éante

mahahadan. can-te'-ha-ha-ye-dan, adj. quick-tempered, iras

cible. can-te'-kni-yan-yan, v. n. to be disturbed or

distressed, as when one's food hurts him,—ćante

mahniyanyan. can-te'-i-ki-eun, v. to sustain oneself, have com

mand over oneself; to be resolute; i. q. sagi

Çiya, --canteiwegun. ćan-te'-i-ki-çun-yan, adv. resolutely, restrain

ing oneself can-te'-ka-ze, v. N. to be distressed, as when one

is thirsty while eating,—ćantemakaze. can-te'-ki-ći-ci-ya-pi, n. loving each other. See

ćantekiya. can-te'-ki-çun, v. See canteikiệun. can-te'-ki-ya, v. a. to love, have an interest in or

affection for, which prompts to benevolent acts,cantewakiya, ćanteyakiya, canteunkiyapi, cante

cićiya, cantemayakiya. éan-te'-ki-ya-pi, n. love, benevolence ; one loved.

n.

cross.

can-te'-ki-yu-za, v. a. to hold in the heart for

good or ill; to have an opinion of, whether good or bad : tanyan cantewakiyuza, I hold him in my

heart for good. can-te'-o-ki-cu-ni-ća, v. n. to be offended ; i.q.

canteptanyan: canteowe(unića, I am angry at. can-te'-o-ki-eu-nin, cont. of canteoki¢unića. ćan-te'-o-ki-eu-nin-ya, v, a. to offend, make

angry by opposition, —ćanteokiệuninwaya. ćan-te'-on-si-ka, adj. low-spirited,—ćanteonma

sika. can-te'-o-yu-ze, n. inclination, intention. See

canteoze. éan-te'-o-ze, n. the way the heart is affected,

mind, thought, purpose, --mićanteoze. éan-te'-o-ze-ya, adv. with the whole heart. can-te'-ptan-yan, v. n. to be angry, be in a

passion, -éantemaptanyan, canteniptanyan. éan-te'-ptan-yan, adj. angry. From this comes

woćanteptanye, anger, wrath. can-te'-ptan-ye-ya, v. a. to make angry, to

provoke,-éanteptanyewaya. can-te'-ske-pa, v. n. to have the heart pass

away; to be surfeited, sick. See canskepa. can-te'-so-so-pi-se-ca, v. n. to be terrified,

miserable, have the heart cut into strings as it

were,—ćantemasosopiseća. can-te'-su-ta, v. n. to be firm of heart; to be

brave, not cowardly,—ćantemasuta. can-te'-si-ca, v. n. to be sad, sorrowful,—ćante

mašića, ćantenišića, ćanteunsićapi. ćan-te'-si-ca-ya, adv. sadly, sorrowfully. can-te'-sin-ya, v. a. to make sad, sadden,

éanteśinwaya. can-te'-sin-ya, adv. sorrowfully. can-te'-sin-ya-ken, adv. sadly. can-te'-tiys-ya, v. a. to strengthen the heart,

encourage,-canteținswaya. can-te'-tins-ya, adv. courageously. éan-te'-tin-za, v. n. to be firm of heart, coura

geous,-cantemaținza. can-te'-wa-ni-ca, v. n. to be heartless, unprinci

pled, mean, wicked,-éantemanića. ćan-te'-wa-ste, v. n. to be glad, cheerful, joyful,

-ćantemawaste. ćan-te'-wa-ste-ya, v. a. to make glad, gladden,

--éantewastewaya. can-te'-wa-śte-ya, adv. joyfully, cheerfully. can-te'-ya-si-ca, v. a. to make sad by talking

to, to dishearten,-éantemdašića. ćan-te'-ya-țins, cont. of canteyaținza. can-te'-ya-tin-za, v. a. to cheer up by words ;

to comfort, strengthen,-éantemdatinza. éan-te'-ya-wa-ste, v. a. to make happy by

words,-cantemdawaste.

can-te'-yu-kay, v. n. to have a heart, be benevo

lent,—ćantemayukaŋ, canteniyukan. ćan-te'-yu-za, v.n. to think, form an opinion,

ćantemduza: token éanteduza he, what is your

opinion? cant-i'-ca-spe-ya, v. a. to satisfy the desires of

the heart, whether good or bad ; to gratify one's

desires,-cantićaspewaya. cant-i'-he-ya, v. a. to set the heart upon, to

desire very much, covet,-cantihewaya, čanti

heyaya, ćantiheunyanpi. cant-in'-yuy, adv. voluntarily. cant-i'-ya-hde, v. n. to be angry, meditate evil,

—ćantiyamahde. cant-i'-ya-hde-pi, n. malice, anger. See woćant

iyahde. cant-i'-ya-hde-ya, v.a.

to be angry at ; to make angry,-éantiyahdewaya. cant-i'-ya-hde-ya, adv. angrily. cant-i'-yo-zi, v. n. to get over one's anger,

cantiyomazi. ćant-ka'-spe-ya, v.n. to be provoked, be emulous ;

to relieve oneself, gratify one's desires,--ćantka

spewaya. See éantićaspeya. cant-ki'-ya, v. See cantekiya. cant-o'-eu-ni-ca, v. n. to be irritated, angry.

See éanteokiệunića. cant-o'-eu-nin-ya, v. a. to make ashamed or

angryźćantoçuninwaya. ćant-o'-gan, n. the pericardium. ćant-o'-ġe, n. (cante and oġe) the pericardium. cant-o'-ġin, n. the pericardium. cant-o'-hnag-ya, v. a. to cause to place in the

heart,-cantohnagwaya. cant-o'-hnag-ya, adv. in a loving manner. cant-o'-hna-ka, v. a. (éante and ohnaka) to place in the affections, to love,-cantowahnaka,

cantou hnakapi. cant-o'-hna-ka-pi, n. love. cant-o'-ki-hna-ka, v. pos. of (antohnaka; to

place in one's heart,-cantowakihnaka. cant-o'-kpa-ni, v. a. (éante and okpani) to

desire, long for any thing,—ćantowakpani, canto.

unkpanipi. cant-o'-kpa-ni-yan, v. a. to cause to long for,

éantokpaniwaya. cant-o'-kpa-ni-yan, adv. longing for. cant-o'-tpa-ni, v. Same as cantokpani. cant-o'-tpa-ni-yan, adv. longing for. can-un'-pa, v. n. to smoke tobacco. See can

nunpa. can-wa'-pa, n. leaves, small branches. can-wa'-po-sbe, n. thick leaves or foliage, full

leaf, said of the woods after the leaves come to their growth and until they fall off.

can-wap'-ton-wi, n. the moon in which the

leaves are green, answering to May. Some say

éanwapatowi. can-wa'-ta, n. a log canoe. can-wa'-ta-tan-ka, n. a boat or barge. can-wi'-ća-zi-pe, n. a drawing-knife. éan-wi'çi-hu-pa, n. sticks to carry a dead per

son on, a bier. can-wi'-du-du-ta, n. wood with which red or

scarlet is dyed, logwood. can-wi'-du-ta, n. logwood. can-wi'-pa-snon, n. a spit or stick to roast

meat on. can-wi'-ta, n. a little grove or island of trees. ćay-wi'-yu-sdo-he, n. a sleigh or sled

any kind; sometimes a waggon. can-wi'-yu-wi, n. curled wood, i. e. a vine. can-wo'-hna-ka, n. a trunk, box. can-wo'-ka-zi-pe, n. shavings. can-zi', n. yellow wood, i. e. sumac. can-za'-ta, n. a forked stick, a hay-fork. ca'-pa, n.

the beaver. Cápa wakpa, Beaver creek, ća-p'a', v. a. to thrust into, as a knife,-cawap'a. ca-pong'-i-cu-wa, n. (caponka and kuwa) a

musquito-bar. ća-pon'-ka, n. the musquito, musquitoes. ća-pta'-he-za, n. (éapa ta and haza) the black

currant, Ribes floridum. See taptaheza. ca-pu'ta, n. alder-berries. ca-pu'ta-hu, n. the alnus or alder-tree. ća-ske', n. the name of the first-born child, if a

son,-camaske, caniske. ca-smu', n. sand ; i. q. wiyaka. cas-ki'-ton, v. pos. of ćaston ; to give a name to

one's own,—ćaśwakiton. cas-ton', v. a. to name, give a name to,-éabwa

ton, caśyaton, ćasunto pi. cas-ton'-pi, part. named. ca'-ta, n. hard ashes, cinders. ca-tan', n. the name of the fourth child, if a son,

-camatan, canitan. ca-tka', n. the left hand : mićatka and małatka,

my left hand ; nićatka, thy left hand. ca-tka', adj. left-handed, -éamatka, čanitka. ća-tka'-tan-han, adv. at the left hand,-mida

tkatanhan. ca-tku', n. the back part of a tent or house, the

part opposite the door ; the place of honor. ca-tkun', adv. at the back of a house or tent :

catkun iyaya wo, go to the back part of the house. ca-tku'-tan-han, adv. at the back part of a tent.

a name.

. ca-że'-hdan, cont. of cażehdata; in the name of

one's own.

ca-że'-hda-ta, v. pos. of ćažeyata; to call one's

own by name,-éażewahdata. ća-ze'-i-hda-ta, v. reflex. to speak one's own name,

- azemihdata. ca-że'-ki-ya-ta, v.

to mention or speak of any thing to one,-cażewakiyata, ćažećićiyata. ca-że'-yan, cont. of cażeyata ; in the name of. ća-ze'-ya-ta, v. a. (caze and yata) to call by

name, speak the name of a person or thing, mention by name,—ćażemdata, ćaźedata, ćažeun

yatapi ; caże mayadata, thou speakest my name. će, a particle. It is commonly used at the end

of a sentence or paragraph, when a general truth is expressed, or a common course of action mentioned ; also, when reference is made to what is past, especially in quoting the words of another

or one's own. See ca and cee. će, n. the penis,-maće, niće. će-ca', n. the thigh; the cock of a gun ; maza

kan ćeća, the breech of a gun. će-ca'-kan-tan-ka, n. the femoral artery. će-co'-ktan-ktaŋ, adj. bandy-legged. će-cun'-te, n. the thigh-bone, femur. ce-cunt'-o-stan, n. the neck or head of the

femur, the articulation of the femur. će-di', n. a reed-like grass with long joints. će-di'-co-tan-ka, n. a large kind of reed. će-di'-hu, n. the reed stalk. će-e', a particle. For its definition, see će. ćeg, cont. of ćeka. See ćegya. ćeg'-ya, adv. of Ceka; stumblingly. će'-ga, n. a kettle, pot; a pail, bucket. ce'-ga-hu-ha-ton-na, n. an iron kettle with

feet. će'-ga-i-ha, n. the lid or cover for a kettle or

bucket. ce'ġa-i-hu-pa-han-ska, n. a frying-pan. ce'-ga-i-hu-pa-ton, n. a kettle or bucket with a

bail. će'-ga-i-psun-ka-dan, n. a sauce-pan. ce-gan'-stin-na, (ćega and ćistinna)

a small kettle or bucket. će'-ga-psun-ka-dan, n. a sauce-pan. će'-ġa-ska, n. a white tin kettle. će-ġa'-te-zi-ton-na, n. a tea-kettle, any kettle

that bulges in the middle. će-gin'-stin-na, n. See čeganstiŋna. će-ġu'-ġu, v. n. to fry, as meat. će-ġu'-ġu-ya, v. a. to fry meat,-éeġuġuwaya. će-hbe'-ca, n. a kind of nuts which the Dakotas

take from the deposits made by ground-squirrels or mice. A very small root, in size and shape resembling a pea, collected by mice, and

eaten by the Dakotas. će-hnag', cont. of dehnake.

ca-że',

n.

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