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ka-ksa', v. a. to cut off with an are or by strik

ing,—wakaksa, yakaksa, unkaksapi. ka-ksa'-ksa, v. red. of kaksa ; to cut off often;

to cut up, as wood for the fire,—wakaksaksa. ka-ksi'-za, n.

a ravine, hollow, low place, gully, with or without water. ka-ksa', v. a. to wind, as yarn ; 10 fold up,—wa

kakša, uŋkakšapi. ka-ksa', adv. coiled up: kaksa wanka, it lies

coiled up.

ka-ksa'-dan, adv. coiled up. ka-kśa'-ksa, adv. red, of kakša; coiled up, in

coils, rolled round. ka-kšan', v.a. to bend, bend up --wakaksan, un

kakšanpi. ka-kšan'-ksan, adv. crookedly, in a zigzag man

ner : kakšanksay inyanka, he runs crookedly. ka-ksi'-ksi-za, v. red. of kaksiza. ka-ksis', cont. of kakšiza; kakšiš iyeva, to dou

ble up:

ka-ksis'-ya, '. a.

to cause to shut up,-kaksiswaya. ka-ksi'-ża, v. a. to bend up, double up by strik

ing; to shut up, as a pocket-knife.—waka

kšiza. ka-ktan', v. a. to bend by striking-wakaktan. ka-ktan'-ktan, v. red. of kaktan. ka-ktan'-yan, adv. bending. ka-kti'-han, adv. stumbling, tottering. ka-kti'-han-haŋ, adv. red. of kaktihan ; stum

bling, tottering : kaktihanhan mani, to walk in a

staggering manner. ka-kti'-han-han-yan, adv. stumblingly. ka-kti'-han-yan, v. a. to cause to stumble along,

-kaktihaŋwaya. ka-ku', v. a. of aku; to start to bring home to

one,—wakaku, uŋkakupi, makaku. ka-ku'-ka, v. a. to pound to pieces, make rotten

by pounding, -wakakuka, unkakukapi. ka-kun'-kun-ta, v. a. to cut in ridges,—waka

kunkunta. ka-kun'-ta, v. a. to cut a groove in, -wakakunta. ka-kun'-tkun-ta, v. a. Same as kakunkunta. ka-ķe'-ġa, v. a. to make a grating noise, -waka

ķega. ka-ķes', cont. of kaķeza; kaķes iyeya, to blow

off and leave bare and hard, as when the wind

blows the snow from the ground. ka-ķe'-za, v. n. to leave hard and bare, as the

wind does the ground. ka-ko'-ġa, v. a. to scrape, as a turnip,-waka

ķoga. ka-ķok', cont. of kaķoġa; tipsinna kaķoki yutapi,

scraping turnips they eat them. ka-kos', cont. of kaķoza ; kaķos iyeya.

ka-ko'-za, v. a. to make hard, to leave hard and

bare, as the wind does the ground; to beat hard,

-wakaķoza. ka-mda', v. a. to make smooth by cutting ; to

slice up, as meat for drying; to cut up, as bread,

-wakamda, un kamdapi. ka-mda'-pi, n. something cut up in slices or thin

pieces, as meat for drying. ka-mdas', cont. of kamdaza; kamdas iyeya. ka-mda'-ska, v. a. to flatten by beating,—-waka

mdaska, unkamdaskapi. ka-mdas'-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to rip or burst

open,-kamdaswakiya. ka-mdas', cont. of kamdaza; kamdaś inaziŋ, to

stand astride of any thing. ka-mdas'-ya, v. u. to cause to straddle,-ka

mdaswaya. ka-mda'-ya, v. a. to make level or smooth by

beating ; to spread out, as a piece of cloth ; to

open or spread out, as the hand, -wakamdaya. ka-mda'-za, v. a. to make rip open or burst by

striking or throwing down, as a bag of corn,

wakamdaza. ka-mda'-ża, v. a. to spread open, as the legs ; to

straddle,—wakamdaza. ka-mde'-ca, v. a. to break by throwing down or

striking, as glass, plates, etc., wakamdeća, yaka

indeća, un kamdeéapi. ka-mde'-mde-ća, v. a. red. of kamdeća; to

break to pieces,wakamdemdeća. ka-mde'-mden, cont. of kamdemdeća. ka-mden', cont. of kamdeća'; kamden iyeya,

and kamden eli peya, to throw down and break to

pieces. ka-mden'-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to break,-ka

mdenwakiya. ka-mden'-ya, v. a. to cause to break to pieces. ka-mdes', cont. of kamdeza. ka-mdes'-ya, v. a.

to cause to be clear, cause to clear off, as the wind does fog. ka-mde'-za, v. n. to become clear, clear off, as a

fog clears away: anpao kamdeza, when things are

again visible, daylight, the dawn. ka-mde'-ze-śni, to be unable to see ; said when

there is a fog or darkness, and things are not visible : kamdeześni elipeya, to stun, knock sense

less. ka-mdu', v. a. to pound fine ; to stir up and

granulate, as sugar, to make fine by stirring

wakamdu, unkamdupi. ka-mdu', v. n. to blossom, open out, as flowers ;

to decrease, as the moon after its full : kamdu

iću, it is decreasing. ka-mdu'-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to make fine,

kamduwakiya.

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ka-mdu'-mdu, v. red. of kamdu. ka-mdul-pi, n. something fine, as powdered sugar. ka-mdu'-ya, v. a. to cause to make fine,-ka

mduwaya. ka-mi'-ma, v.a. to make round, as a wheel, with

an axe,—wakamima. ka-mi'-ni-o-ge-i-ye'-ya, v. to bring tears in

one's eyes, as the wind does. See kaistaminioġe

iyeya. ka-mna', v. a. to collect, gather; to get, procure,

obtain; to break out, as a piece from the edge of an axe; to rip, as a seam, come open, -wakamna,

yakamna, unkamnanpi. ka-mna'-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to get or obtain,

kamnawakiya. ka-mna'-yan, v. a. to cause to get or obtain,

kamnawaya, kamnaunyaypi. ka-mni', v. a.

to make level or clear away, as a place to put a tent; to break a piece out, as from

the edge of an axe,—wakamni. ka-mni'-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to clear away, etc. ka-mni'-mni, v. to hang loosely, dangle,

swing, as a blanket on one's shoulders. ka-mni'-mni-na, n. ear-drops, such as are always

dangling, made of a triangular shape. kan, adv. there, yonder, i.e. kakiya. kan, cont. of kata; kan iću, it becomes hot. ka'-na, pron. pl. these, those. ka-na'-ke, adv. leaning, likely to fall; i. q.

owotanna yanke śni. ka-na'-ke-ća, adv. 80 many, so much, all these. ka-na'-ke-sek, adv.

80 many. ka-na'-ke-ya, adv. likely to fall : kanakeya

hiyaya, it has become leaning. ka-na'-ki-ya, adv. all these, so many, in so many

ways. ka-na'-na, adv. only these, only 80 many. ka-nmi'-nma, v. a. to roll, make roll, as a ball,

by striking, -wakanminma. See kahmihma. kan-ya', v. a. to warm or heat by the fire,-kan

waya : kaniçiya, to warm oneself. kan, n. a vein, artery; a sinew, tendon, i.q. takan;

the nerves ; a cord, string. See ikan. kan, adj. aged, -makán, nikán, uykáŋpi. kan-di', n. the buffalo-fish. kan-ġi', the raven. kan-gi'-ka-ga-pi, n. a half-dollar, so called from

its emblem, the eagle, which the Dakotas thought

kan-he-za-ka, adj. Same as kaybeża. kan-i'-6a-kpe, n. (kan and kakpa) a lancet. kan-i'-ća-tpe, n. a vein-cutter, a lancet. kan-i'-ta, v. to die of old age,-kanimata. kan'-i-ya-pa, n. the pulse, the beating of the

pulse. kan-ka'-kpa, v. a. to cut a vein, bleed one,

kanwakakpa. kan-kan', adj. gouged, uneven. kan-ka'-tpa, v. a. Same as kankakpa. kan-ke'-tan-ka, n. the large red-headed wood

pecker. kan-ki-ca-kpa, v. a. to strike a vein for one,

bleed one,-kanwećakpa, kanyećakpa, kanunki

čakpapi, kanmićakpa, kayćićakpa. kan-ki'-ca-tpa, v. a. Same kankićakpa. kan'-na-hmun-ki-ya, v. a. to draw up tight, as

a bow-string,-kannahmunwakiya. kan'-na-ti-pa, v. n. to draw up, to cramp, as the

nerves or muscles. kan-pe'-ska, n. round white medals slightly

curved, worn by the Indians on their necks; an excrescence growing on trees, fungus. See cankanpeska. Kanpeska mde, Kanpaska lake, on the Coteau des Prairies, at the head of the Big Sioux

river. kan-su', n. plum-stones, i.q. kanta su. kan-su'-ku-te, v. a. to shoot plum-stones, to

gamble ; to play cards, -kaysuwakute. kan-su'-ku-te-pi, n. shooting plum-stones, gam

bling ; playing cards. Hence, minikuha kaysu

kutepi, playing-cards. kan'-ta, n. a plum, plums. kan'-ta-hu and kan-tu'-hu, n. plum-bushes. kan-ye', adv. inwards, towards the centre, to

wards a river or lake or fire from one; opposed

to lieyata. kan-ye'-han, adv. See kayehan. kan-ye'-ki-ya, adv. inwards, below. kan-ye'-tan-han, adv. on the inside of. kan-ye'-wa-pa, adv. within, towards the centre. ka-o'-ci-kpa-ni, adv. unequal, of different sizes. ka-o'-ei-kpa-ni-yan, adv. unequally : kaoći

kpaniyan kagapi, they are made not alike. ka-o'-ci-pte-ca, adv. not equal. Not much

used. ka-o'-ci-pten, adv. unequal, one large and one

small, diminishing or increasing in size. ka-o'-ći-pten-ya, adv. unequally. ka-o'-ći-pte-tu, adv. unequal in size, etc. ka-o'-ći-tpa-ni, adv. Same as kaoćikpani. ka-o'-hda-psin, adv. bottom side up, turned over :

kaohdapsin elipeya, to turn bottom up. ka-o'-hda-psin-ýan, adv. turned over, bottom

was a raven.

kan-han', adv. dungling, tattered, old. kan-han'-han, adv. dangling, tattered, ragged. kan-he'-ća, adj. ragged, tattered, as one's clothes,

-makanhela. kan-he'-ża, adj. poor, distressed, feeble, sick,

makanheza.

side up.

ka-o'-ban-ko, v. a. of olianko; to strike and

make work fast,—wakaohanko. ka-o'-kmi, v. a. to whirl, throw obliquely,-wa

kaokimi. Same as kaohimin. ka-o'-Kmin, v. a. to cause to move obliquely,

wakaolimin. ka-o'-ümin-yan, adv. obliquely : kaoliminyan

iyeya, to throw obliquely. ka-o'-kipa, v. a. to break through by striking,

break in, as one's skull; to cut a hole in, as in

making a canoe,—wakaokipa. ka-o'-bpe-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to knock a hole

in,-kaolipewakiya. ka-o'-bpe-ya, v. a. to cause to strike through. ka-o'-hpe-ya, adv. in the manner of striking

through. ka-ok'-ya, adv. leaning, sloping, twisting : ka

oliya ewahnaka, I placed it sloping. ka-o'-ksa, v. a. to cut or pound a hole in, as into

a corn-hole or in ice; to break through,—wakao

ksa. ka-o'-kse-ya, v. a. to cause to break in,-kao

ksewaya. ka-o'-ktan, v. a. to bend and pound into,-wa

kaoktan. ka-o'-ktan-yan, v. a. to cause to bend into,

kaoktaŋwaya. ka-o'-ktan-yan, adv. bending into. ka-o'-mni, n. a calm place in a lake or river. ka-o'-mni-i-cu-ya, n. a whirling round. Said

of the wind eddying, or whistling, or whirling

under a lee shore. ka-o'-mni-na, n. a calm place; in a calm place. ka-o'-nmi-nma, v. a. to roll, make roll,wakao

nminma. ka-on'-ze-bo-sdan, adv. heels up: kaonzebo

sdan iyeya, and kaonzebosdan ekipeya, to knock

the other end up. ka-o'-sba, v. kaosba hinlipaya, to fall off, as

from a bank into a river. ka-o'-sma-ka, v. a. to make an indentation by

striking,—wakaosmaka : kaosmag iyeya. ka-o'-spa, v. a. to strike and bruise in,—wakao

spa : kaospa iyeya. ka-o'-tan, v. a. to pound tight,-wakaotan. ko-o'-tan-in, v. a.

to make manifest or apparent, -wakaotanin. ka-o'-țins, cont. of kaoţinza; kaoţins iyeya. ka-o'-tin-za, v. a. to drive or pound in tight, as

a pin, -wakaoţinza. ka-o'-wo-tan-in, v. to clear off, become so that

things can be seen at a distance. ka-o'-wo-tan-na, v. to straighten, make

straight by striking in any way,—wakaowotanna.

ka-o'-ze-ze, v. n. lo swing, dangle. ka-o'-ze-ze-ya, adv. swinging, dangling : kao

zezeya yanka, it is swinging. ka-pa', v. a. to beat or thresh off, as corn; to

pound up, as meat,-wakapa, unkapapi. See

kapan. ka-pa' and ka-pe, v.a. to pass by in running, as

kapa iŋyanka, to run past one; to excel, surpass in any thing, as in height; to go beyond, to

transgress, -kawapa, kaunpapi, kamayapa. ka-pa'-ko, v. n. to become crooked. ka-pan', v. a. to beat or thresh off,—wakapan.

See kapa ka-pan'-pan, v. a. to beat soft, make mellow,

wakapaypan. ka-pe', v. a. of pe; to sharpen by pounding,

to upset, as an old axe,—wakape. ka-pe'-mni, v. a.

to make crooked or awry by striking --wakapemni. ka-pe'-mni-mni-yan, adv. dangling. ka-pe'-mni-yan, adv. crookedly; dangling,

swinging, as scissors tied by a string. ka-pe'-sto, v. a. to make sharp-pointed with an

axe, -wakapesto. ka-pe'-ya, v. a. to go or pass beyond, do more ;

to cause to surpass,-kapewaya. ka-pel-ya, adv. beyond, further, yreater than,

surpassing : Atewaye ćin he mikapeya tanka,

My Father is greater than 1,” John xiv. 28. ka-p'in', v. n. to be indisposed or unwilling to do

a thing; to be tired : mani kap'in, to be indisposed to walk ; ecoy wakap'in, I am unwilling to do it; ie kap'in, he is tired of talking,—wakap'in,

unkap'iŋpi. ka-pins', cont. of kapinza. ka-pins', cont. of kapinza. ka-pin'-za, v. a. to make squeak or squeal, as a

squirrel, by striking,-wakapinza. ka-pin'-ża, v. a. to clear away, as brush, grass,

etc., -wakapinza. ka-po', v. n. to swell, as one's flesh,-makapo,

nićapo. ka-po'-gan, v. n. to puff out, to swell and become

tight, as a bladder that is blown. ka-poh', cont. of kapoğan; kapok iyeya. ka-pok'-ya, v. a. to make swell out, as any thing

filled with air,-kapotiwaya. ka-pok'-ya, adv. rising, swelling out. ka-pom', cont. of kapopa; kapom iyaya, to burst

with a noise ; kapom iyeya, to cause to burst. ka-po'-pa, v. a. to make a popping noise; to

strike and make burst, -wakapopa. ka-po'-ta, v. a. to pound to pieces, as a garment;

to rend, tear in pieces, as wind does clothes, -wakapota.

a.

ka-po'-tpo-ta, v. red. of kapota. ka-psag’, cont. of kapsaka; kapsag iyeya, and

kapsag elipeya, to break violently. ka-psag'-ya, v. a. to cause to break,-kapsag

waya. ka-psag'-ya, adv. broken, as a string. ka-psa'-ka, v. a. to break, as a string, by strik

ing ; to break of itself,— wakapsaka, unkapsa

kapi. ka-psan'-psan, v. n. lo dangle, swing back and

forth. ka-psa'-psa-ka, v. red. of kapsaka. ka-psi'-ća, v. a. to make jump by striking, -wa

kapsića, unkapsićapi. ka-psin', cont. of kapsića ; kapsin iyeya. Also

used as a contraction of kapsinta. ka-psin'-psin-ta, v. a. to whip, correct by whip

ping, chastise, -wakapsinpsiŋta. ka-psin'-ta, v. a. to whip, flog; to correct, as

a child, by whipping, -wakapsinta, unkapsintapi : kapsintapi se un, he appears as if he had been

whipped. ka-psi'-psi-ca, v. red. to mak jump much by

striking,—wakapsipsića. ka-psi'-psin, cont. of kapsipsića ; kapsipsin

iyeya, to throw out and make skip about, as in

fishing ka-pson', v. a. to upset and spill, as a vessel of

water ; to overturn and fall out, as from a canoe,

—wakapson. ka-pson'-pson, v. red. of kapson. ka-psun', v. a. to knock out, as a tooth; to dis

locate, as a joint, by striking,—wakapsun ; to shed, as a deer his horns. Hence, the December moon is called Tahećapsun wi, Moon when the

deer shed their horns. ka-psun'-ka, v. a. to make round or knob-like,

-wakapsunka. ka-psun'-psun, v. red. of kapsun. ka-psun'-yan, v. a. to cause to knock of

place, -kapsunwaya. ka-pta', v. a. to lade or bail out, as water from a

boat,—wakapta, yakapta, unkaptapi. ka-ptan'-ptaŋ, v. a.

to turn over and over,wakaptanptan. ka-ptan'-yan, v. a. to cause to fall over ; to

turn over, upset, as a canoe, -wakaptanyan, un

kaptanyaŋpi. ka-ptan'-yan, adv. turning over. ka-ptan'-ye-ya, v. a. to cause to fall over, to

overturn,--kaptanyewaya. ka-pta'-pta, v. n. to fall to pieces, as something

rotten. ka-ptu'-ptus, cont. of kaptuptuza; kaptuptus

iveya

ka-ptu'-ptu-ża, v. red. of kaptuża ; to crack

often by striking. ka-ptus', cont. of kaptuża ; kaptuś iyeya. ka-ptus'-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to make crack,

kaptuswakiya. ka-ptu'-ża, v. a. to split or crack by striking,

but not to split open, -wakaptuża, unkaptużapi. ka-po', v. a. to strike and make a smell, whether

good or bad; to stop or cease from, as in gam

bling, and distribute the articles staked, -wakapo. ka-pos'-po-ze-daŋ, adv. red. of kapożedan. ka-po'-ża, adj. light, not heavy. Ka-po'-ża, n. the name of the Little Crow's band

of Dakota Indians; Kaposia, or Little Crow's

village. ka-po'-ze-dan, adj. dim. light, not heavy. ka-sa' v. a. to bury in the snow, cover over with

snow,-wakasa, unkasapi. ka-sa', v. n. to whistle or moan, as the wind. ka-sag', cont. of kasaka; kasag iyeya. ka-sa'-ka, v. 0. to switch, whip,—wakasaka. ka-sak'-sa-ka, v. red. of kasaka; to whip,

wakasaksaka. ka-sam'-ye-dan, adv. heavily: kasamyedan

hiylipaya, to fall heavily. ka-san', v. a. to shave off, as the beard or hair ;

to whiten by scraping,—wakasan. ka-san'-san, v. red. of kasay; to scrape anul

whiten, -wakasaysan. ka-sba', v. a. to make lint ; to curry,—wakasba,

unkasbapi. ka-sba'-sba, v. red, of kasba. ka-sbu', v. a. to cut into small strips, cut into

dangles, -wakasbu, unkasbupi. ka-sbu'-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to cut into strips,

-kasbuwakiya. ka-sbu'-pi, n. dangles. ka-sbu'-sbu, v. red. of kasbu; to cut into strings

and let hang, -wakasbusbu. ka-sde'-ća, v. a. to split, as wood, with an axe,

wakasdeća, unkasdećapi. ka-sdem', cont, of kasdepa. ka-sdem'-ya, adv. tapering, wedge-like. ka-sden', cont. of kasdeća; kasden iyeya. ka-sden'-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to split,-kasden

wakiya. ka-sden'-ya, v. a. to cause to split,-kasden waya. ka-sde'-pa, v. a. to make tapering, to make like

a wedge, -wakasdepa. ka-sde'-sde-ca, v. a. red. of kasdeća; to split up

fine, as wood, -wakasdesdeća. ka-sde'-sden, cont. of kasdesdeća. ka-sdi', v. a. to strike and force some out, as from

a bladder full of grease; to sharpen, as a stick, with an are,--wakasdi.

ka-sdi'-sdi, v. red. of kasdi. ka-edi'-tka, v. a. to cut in notches, make knobs

on,-wakasditka. ka-sdi'-tka-tka, v. red. of kasditka. ka-sdi'-ya, v. a. to caus? one to press out,-ka

sdiwaya. ka-sdo'-han, v. n. to waft or drive along, as the

wind does clouds. ka-sdo'-han-haŋ, v. red. of kasdohan. ka-se'-pa, v. n. to wush off, as the rain does paint. ka-s'in', adv. appearing, in sight. ka-s'in'-s'in, alv. red. of kas'in ; appearing now

and then. ka-s'in'-s'in-yan, alo. appearing at times, occa

sionally seen : kas'ins'iyyan iyaya, he passes along

in sight sometimes. ka-s'in'-yan, adv. in sight, partly visible, project

ing, as a cork in a bottle. ka-ska', v. a. to bleach by striking or dragging,

-wakaska. ka-ska', v, a. to clear off, as clouds, smoke, or

fog; to become clear. ka-ska'-han, n. dregs. ka-skam', cont. of kaskapa ; kaskam iyeya, to

strike off with the hand. ka-ska'-pa, v. a. to strike, as with the band,

strike hands together : nape hdaskapa, he strikes

his hands together. ka-skem', cont. of kaskepa; kaskem iyeya. ka-skem'-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to bail out, as

water from a canoe, -kaskemwakiya. ka-skem'-ya, v, a. to cause to bail out. ka-ske'-pa, v. a. to paddle or bail out, as water

from a canoe, -wakaskepa. ka-ski'-ća, v, a. to press, press down on; to

embrace,—wakaskića, unkaskicapi : taha kaskića,

to press packs of furs. ka-skin', cont. of kaskića; kaskin yuza, to clasp

in the arms,-kaskin mduza. ka-skin'-ya, v. a. to cause to settle down, to press

down, -kaskinwaya. ka-ski'-ta, v. to press, to clasp : kaskita yuza, to

embrace. ka-smag', cont. of kasmaka; kasmag iyeya. ka-sma'-ka, v. a. to indent or make concave by

striking,—wakasmaka; to make a track, as a

ka-sna'-sna, v. red. of kasna; to make ring ; to

trim or cut off all the limbs from a tree and leave

it bare,—wakasnasna. See snasnana. ka-sni', v. a.

to put out or extinguish fire by beating ; to cool food by shaking it,-wakasni,

unkasnipi. ka-sni'-sni, v. red. of kasni. ka-son', cont, of kasota; kason iyeya, to use all

up. ka-so'-ta, l'. a. to use up by striking ; to kill off,

as cattle ; to cut all off, as trees, to make prairie of woodland ; to use up,-wakasota, unkaso

tapi. ka-so'-ta, v, n. to clear of, as the sky, be clear

from clouds : kasota au, it is clearing off ka-spa'-ya, v. a. of spaya; to wet, moisten,

wakaspaya. ka-spe'.ya, v.d. to make sink; to balance, weigh, ,

-kaspewaya: kaspeya ehnaka, to place in a balance, to balance or weigh ; to put so as to hold to its place, as something placed to hold a book

open. ka-spe'-ya, adv. balancing, ready to sink; ka

speya yanka, it is in a balance. ka-stag', cont. of kastaka; kastag elipeya, to

throw on and make stick, as mud. ka-sta'-ka, v. a. to throw on, as mud, to throw

80 as to make stick,—wakastaka. ka-stan'-ka, v. a. to moisten by pounding, -wa

kastanka. ka-sto', v. a. to smooth down, to stroke, comb, as

hair or grass,-wakasto, unkastopi : kasto iyaya,

to drag or trip along. ka-sto’-sto, v. red. of kasto; to stroke, make

smooth. ka-sto'-ya, adv. smoothly. kaś, conj. if, although. See kaeś. ka-s'ag', cont. of kas'aka. ka-s'ag'-ya, v. a. to cause to strike feebly,-ka

s'agwaya. ka-s'a'-ka, v. a. to strike with too little force to

penetrate ; to discourage, -wakas'aka. ka-s'a'-ka, adj. overloaded. ka-sda', v. a. to cut off, make bare, as, pa kaśda,

to shave the head ; to mow, as grass, make bare by mowing,—wakaśda, unkaśdapi. See pezi

kasda. ka-śda'-śda, v. red. of kaśda. ka-sda'-ya, v. a. to cause to make bare,-kaśda

waya. ka-sdog', cont. of kasdoka ; kasdog iyeya. ka-sdo'-ka, v. a. to knock off or out, as the belve

from an axe,-wakasdoka, unka dokapi ; to fall out, as an arrow that has been shot into an animal.

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