« AnteriorContinuar »
i-hni'-hda, v. a. to go for, take a journey for,
procure ; to have business,-iwahnihda, unkihni
hdapi. i-hnu', v. a. to blame with, charge upon; to
grumble, murmur about,-iwahnu, uŋkihnupi;
wikićihnupi, they recriminate each other. i-hnu'-han, adv. Used always with kiŋ or cin,
kinhan or cinhan after it, and signifying strong prohibition ; beware : ihnuhan hecanon kin do,
see thou do it not. i-hnu'-han-na, adv. suddenly, immediately. i-ho', v. iho wo, iho po, always imperat.; come
on, come ; be it so; see there. i-ho'-e-ca, adv. indeed. i-hom'-e-ća, adv. now indeed. This word is fre
quently used to introduce threatening expressions. i-hu'. This is an obscene bye-word relating to
copulation. See hu. It is much used by the Indians as an interjection denoting impatience,iwahu: onze ihu, to commit sodomy; iwićahu,
sodomy. i-hu'-dan, intj. Same as ihu. i-hu'-ku-ku-ya, adv. red. of ihukuya. i-hu'-kun, adv. under, beneath : ihukun iyeya, to
put underneath. i-hu'-ku-ya, adv. under, beneath any thing,
down below; inferior in dignity or office, -mihu
kuya, nihukuya. i-hu'-ni, v. See ihunni. i-hun'-ni, v. n. to land, reach the shore; to get
through, as a wood, get across, as a prairie,-iwa
hunni, iyahuẩni, unkihunnipi. i-hun'-ni-ki-ya, v. a. to go through with, finish,
complete, as the reading of a book,—ihunniwa
kiya. i-hun'-ni-ya, v. a. to go through with, finish,
ihunniwaya, ihunniunyanpi. i-hun'-ni-yan, adv. clear through, entirely.
the bail or handle of any thing; the stem, shaft, thill, etc. i-hu'-pa-ki-ći-ton, v. a. to put in a handle, etc.
for one,-ihupaweciton. i-hu'-pa-ki-ton, v. pos.
to bail or handle one's own,-ihupaweton. i-hu'-pa-ton, v. to have a handle, be handled ; to
put a handle or bail to any thing,—ihupawaton. i-hu'-wi-ca-ta, n. a stone for pounding meat.
A stick is fastened in a crease made round the
middle, which serves for a handle. i-ha', v. (i and ha) to laugh ; laugh at, make fun
of;—iwalia, iyahia, unkilapi; imayaha, thou
laughest at me. i'-Had, or ihan, adv. jestingly, laughingly. i-ha'-ha, n. the manyplies or omasum, one of
the stomachs of an animal. See tihaha.
i-Ka'-Ha, v. red. of iħa; to laugh at, make fun
of, ridicule,-iwahaha. i'-Ha-Ha, v. n. to bubble and curl or laugh along,
as rapid water. i'-ha-ha, n. the noise of water falls or rapids. i-ha-ha-ke, n. one who is always jesting, a fool. i-ha'-ha-ya, v. to cause to jest or laugh at,
ilalawaya. i-ha-ha-ya, adv. laughingly, jestingly. i-ha'-ke, v.
to laugh, jest,-iwahake. i-ha'-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to laugh,-ibawakiya. i'-han, adv. jestingly, in fun: ilian epeća, I said
it in fun. i-han', v. n. to do, work, do in reference to: tak
ihan yahi he, what didst thou come to do –iwa
han. i-h'an', v. n. to graze, eat grass, as an ox: peźi
il’ay, to eat off the grass. See wil'an. i-K'an'-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to feed or graze,–
il'anwakiya. i-ha'-ța-ta, v. n.
to laugh immoderately,-iliamațața. i-ha'-ya, v, a. to cause to laugh, be the occasion
of laughter,-ihawaya, ihamayaya. i-kdah'-ye-ce-śni, v. n.
to stay, remain in a place. See hdalyedesni. i'-hdi, n.
a sore mouth,-imaldi. i-hdi', v. n. to have a sore or breaking out in con
sequence of,-imalidi, inildi. i-H'e', n. gravel ; a stony place. i-He'-ya-ta, adj. of heyata; back from, behind,
-miheyata : tipi kiŋ iheyata, back of the house. i-He'-ya-tan-han, adv. from behind. i-he'-ya-ta-tan-han, adv. from behind. i-kin'-kpa, n. the hill behind. i-bin'-kpa-ta, adv. at the hill behind, back from. i-bin'-kpa-tan-han, adv. back from, towards
the hill from. i-hin'-tpa, n. Same as iliinkpa. i-Kin'-tpa-ta, adv. Same as ihinkpata. i-kin'-tpa-tan-han, adv. Same as ihinkpatan
han. i'-hna-han, v. n. to have the under lip hanging
down,-imalinahan. See linahan. i-Hni'-yan-yan, v. n. to be troubled with, excited
about,-imahniyanyan : wasin iliniyayyay, to be
distressed by eating fat. i-Hpa'-ya, v. n. to fall, fall down ; to become
sick,—iwalipamda, iyalipada, unkilipayapi. i-hpe'-ya, v. N. to throw down, throw away ; to
leave, forsake,—ih pewaya, il peunyanpi. See
elipeya. i'-kita-ye-tu, n. the next evening, the evening
following the time mentioned. i-Ktin', n. See ihtiyka.
i-ktin'-ka, n. any thing that hangs down or
dangles, as ear-bobs, etc. i-Kwin', or i-kun'-win, v. n. to smell of, stink. i-kwin', or i-Kun'-win, n. a bad smell, stink. i'-i-çi-kću, n. of iću ; one who takes without
leave. Perhaps this is for iye içikću. i'-i-kpu-ta-ka, v. pos. to kiss one's own, as one's
relative,-iiwakputaka. i-in'-kpa-ta, adv. at the point of any thing. i-in'-tpa-ta, adv. Same as iinkpata. i'-i-pu-ta-ka, v. to touch mouths, to kiss,-iiwa
putaka. i'-i-tko-pa-tan-han, adv. See iyeitkopatayhan. i'-i-tpu-ta-ka, v. to kiss one's own. Same as
iikputaka. i'-i-yu-wi, n. a bridle: sung iiyuwi, a halter or
bridle for a horse. i-ka'-ġi, v.
See idagi, --imakaġi. i'-ka-han, adv. 80 far from. i'-ka-han-yan, adv. 80 far from. i'-ka-ki, adv. on that side of i'-ka-ki-ya, adv. on that side of i'-ka-ki-ya-tan-haŋ, adv. in that way from,
on that side. i-ka-ki'-yo-tay, adv.
in that direction from. Not much used. i-kan', n. a cord, a string, a rope ; the bail of any
thing. i-kan'-ki-ci-ton, v. a. to put or tie a string or
strap on for one to carry by,-ikanwećiton. i-kan'-ki-ton, v. pos. of ikanton; to tie a string
on one's own pack, to carry it by,-ikanweton. i-kan'-ton, v. a. to put a strap or string on a
bag, etc., to carry it by,-ikanwaton, ikaŋuntonpi. i-kan'-yan, v. a. to have for a handle or string,
-ikan waya, ikanunyanpi. i-kan'-ye, adv. towards the centre, as towards
the fire, towards a river or lake, down towards. i-kan'-ye-tan-han, adv. on the river or lake
side of an object. i'-ka-pa, v. a. (i and kapa) to open the mouth
on, scold,-iwakapa, ímakapa. i-ka'-pa, v. of kapa; to pass by, go beyond, er
ceed,-ikawapa. i'-ka-pa-s'a, n. one who scolds, a scold. i-ka'-pa-ya, adv. more than, surpassing. i-ka'-pe-ya, adv. beyond, more than. i'-ka-pta, v. (i and kapta) to threaten, scold. See
iệapta, which is the more correct form. i-ka'-pta, adv. through : ikapta hin lipaya, to
fall through. See ićapta, the better form. i'-ka-skam, cont. of ikaskapa. i'-ka-skam-ya, adv. smiting on the mouth. i'-ka-ska-pa, v. a. to slap on the mouth,-iwaka
i-kća'-pta, v. pos. of ićapta; to be angry and
talk badly,-mikéapta. i-kće', adj. common, wild, in a state of nature :
ikée hanpa, or hanpikoeka, common moccasins, that is, not ornamented ; sunkikéeka, a dog, not a
horse; Ikćewićasta, Indians, not white men. i-kće', adv. for nothing, freely, in the common
way: ikće maķu, he gave it to me for nothing. i-kće'-ka, adj. common : sunkikćeka, a dog, a
common dog, not a horse, as they frequently call
horses and oxen sunka. i-kće'-kće, v. red. of ikće. i-kće'-kće-ya, adv. red. of ikéeya. i-kće'-wi-ca-śta, n. common men, wild men,
Indians, not white men. i-kće'-ya, adv. in a common manner, commonly,
ordinarily, freely, wildly, naturally. i-kće'-ya-ken, adv. ordinarily. i-ke'-kto-pa-win-ġe, adj. the one thousandth. i-ki'-ca-ga, v. n. of ićaga; to become, grow to be,
-imakibaga, unkikićaġapi. i-ki'-ća-zo, v. a. of ićazo; to take credit of one,
-iwećazo, iyelazo, unkićazopi, imićazo, inićazo. i-ki'-ci-ca-ga, v. n. of ilaga; to grow for one,
-imićićaga, unkićićagapi. i-ki'-ći-ću, v. of iću; to take or get for one,
iwećiću, imićiću. i-ki'-ci-do-wan, v. of idowan; to sing to one,
to praise one for another,-iwećidowan. i-ki'-ći-han, v. of han ; to remain for one,-imi
ćihan, inićihan, unkićihanpi. i-ki'-ci-hni, v. of ihni; to hunt something, as
deer, etc. for one,-iwećihni. i-ki'-ći-ha-ha-pi, v. recipr. they laugh at each
other. i-ki'-ci-ksa-pa, v, of iksapa; to be wise for one,
instruct one in the right way,—iweliksapa. i-ki-ci-tu-ka, v. of ituka; to beg of one for
another,-iwećituka, imicituka. i-ki'-ci-un, v. of iun; to rub on for,-iwećiun. i-ki'-ći-wi-stan, v. of yuśtan; to treat with
kindness, as a sick person, do little things for one,
-iwećiwistan. See ikićiyustan. i-ki'-ći-yu-kćan, v. of iyukéan ; to judge of or form an opinion for one,-iwećiyukćan, imićiyu
kćan, unkićiyukćanpi, ićićiyukéan. i-ki'-ci-yu-stan, v. of iyuśtan; to take care of,
as of a sick person,-iwećiyuśtan. i-ki-co, v. a. to invite to, as to eat corn or meat,
-iwećo, iyećo, imićo: takudan iwićaweło śni, I
have nothing to invite them to. i-ki'-Ha, v. pos. of ilia; to laugh at one's own,
iwakiha. i-ki'-ha-ha, v. red. of ikiha; to make fun of one's
i-ki'-kću, v. pos. of iću; to take one's own ; to | i-kpa'-Kpa, v. reflex. of palipa; to throw oneself
take back what one has given,-iwekéu, iyekéu, off, as from a horse,-mikpalipa. unkikếupi.
i-kpa'-hpe-Kin-ca, n. one who throws away i-ki'-ki-ye-dan, adv. red. of ikiyedan.
every thing which he has, a squanderer, a spendi-ki'-ksam, cont, of ikiksapa.
thrift,-mikpahipelinća. i-ki'-ksam-ya, v. d.
to cause one to be wise in i-kpa'-ptan, v. reflex. to turn oneself over, roll reference to his own,-ikiksamwaya; ikiksamićiya, over,-mikpaptan, unkikpaptaŋpi. to make oneself wise for oneself.
i-kpa'tan, v. reflex. of patan ; to be careful of i-ki'-ksam-ya, adv. wisely, cautiously.
oneself,—mikpatan. i-ki'-ksa-pa, v. n. to be wise for one's own ; to i-kpa'-tan-yan, adv. taking care of oneself, careconsult,-iwakiksapa.
fully. i-ki'-ni-ca, v. of akinića; to dispute, as about the i-kpi', n. the belly, abdomen. Sometimes it may division of any thing,—unkikinićapi.
mean the thorax also; but that is more properly i-ki'-nin, cont. of ikinića : ikinin ia, to talk about called maku. in a disputing way, to dispute about.
i-kpi'-hnag, cont. of ikpihnaka : ikpihnag iyei-ki'-paŋ, v. a. of kipan; to call to one for some waya. thing,-iwakipan.
i-kpi'-hnag-ya, adv. placed in around the body. i-ki'-pa-smi, v. a. to provoke to anger,-iwakipa i-kpi'-hna-ka, v. a. to place in the belly; hoksin smi.
ikpihnaka, to be pregnant,-ikpiwahnaka; to i-ki'-pa-zin, v. a. of kipažin; to quarrel with one place in or put around the body, as in a blanket for or on account of any thing,-iwakipažin.
when tied around one. i-ki-tu-ka, v. n. to delight in any thing,-ima i-kpi'-pa-tan-han, adv. in around the body. tuka, iniéituka.
i-kpi'-ska-ya-wan-ka, v. to lie with the belly i-ki'-un, v. pos. of iun; to rub on oneself,-iwa turned up, as a dog does. kiun, iyakiun, unkikiunpi.
i-kpi'-żu, v. a. to put in around the body,—ikpii-ki'-ya, v. See ićiya.
wazu, ikpiun župi. i'-ki-ya-day, adv. near to, near at hand,-miki i-kpu'-kpa, adv. mixed up, as people of different yadan, nikiyadan, wićikiyadaŋ, cikiyadan.
nations dwelling together, or as different kinds of i-ki'-yan-ya, v. to have nearly finished,-ikiyan corn growing together in the same field. waya.
i-ksam', cont. of iksapa. i'-ki-ye-dan, adv. nigh to, referring both to time i'-ksam-ya, v. a. of iksapa; to make any thing, and place. Same as ikiyadan.
to do any thing, i. q. kiếanyan,—íksamwaya. i-ki'-yu-wi, v. a. to bridle or put a rope in the i-ksam'-ya, v. a. of ksapa; to make wise for or mouth of one's horse,-iwakimduwi.
concerning,-iksamwaya. i-ko'-pa, v. a. to be afraid of, to fear, as some i-ksam'-ya, adv. wisely. event,-ikowapa, ikoyapa, ikounpapi.
i-ksa'-pa, v. n.
to be wise about any thing, i-ko'-pe-hda, v. n. to be in a state of fear on iwaksapa, iyaksapa, unkiksapapi. account of,—ikopewahda.
i'-ksa-pa, v. n. to be much engaged about; to be i-ko'-pe-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to be afraid of or unfortunate, not to obtain,-imaksapa, iniksapa, for,-ikopewakiya.
unkiksapapi : ítuh iksapa, he has been working i-ko'-yag, cont. of ikoyaka ; ikoyag iyeya.
for naught. i-ko'-yag-ya, v. a. to fasten to, as a horse to a
the beak or bill of a bird ; i. q. pasu. cart, to join one thing to another; to clothe, put i-ksu'-ya, v. n. to see signs of an enemy; to be on,-ikoyagwaya, ikoyagunyaŋpi.
frightened by signs,-iwaksuya, unkiksuyapi. i-ko'-yag-ya, adv. fastened to : ikoyagya han, i-ksin'-ki-ya, v. a. to make faces at,-iksinstanding fastened to.
wakiya, iksinmakiya. i-ko'-yag-ya-ken, adv. fastened to.
i-kte', v. of kte; to kill with any thing, -iwai-ko'-ya-ka, v. n. to adhere to, stick to,-ikoma kte.
yaka : to be fastened to, as a horse to a cart. i-kte'-ka, n. something to kill with, as a gun : i-kpa'-ġan, v. reflex. of pagan ; to spare oneself, ikteka manića, I have nothing to kill with. yield up oneself,-mikpagan.
i-ku', n. the chin ; the lower jaw of animals. i-kpa'-ġe, n. the notch in the end of an arrow.
i-ku'-ka, v. n. to be decayed by reason of, worn i-kpa'-Kdo-ka, v. reflex. of palidoka; to pierce out by; to be boiled to pieces together with.
through, make a hole for oneself, as the muskrat, i-ku'-ke-ya, adv. rotten or boiled to pieces with: -mikpaldoka.
ikukeya span, it is cooked all to pieces.
i'-ku-say, n. a small kind of mink with a brown
lower jaw. i'-ku-san-na, n. Same as íkusan. i-ku'-te, n. ammunition. Ićute is the better form. i-ku'-tku-te-ka, v. n. to make trial, to endeavor
beforehand to know how one can succeed, for
instance, in asking for any thing,-iwakutkuteka. i-ma'-ga-ga, v. n. of magaga; to be amused
with, cheered by,-imamağaġa, inimagaġa. i-ma'-ga-ja-ya, v. a. to amuse with, enliven by,
cheer one,-imagagawaya. i'-ma-hen, adv. within. i'-ma-hen-tan-han, adv. from within. i'-ma-hen-tu, adv. within. i'-ma-hen-tu-ya, adv. inwards, within. i'-ma-hen-tu-ya-ken, adv. within, in the inside
of i'-ma-hen-wa-pa, adv. towards the inside, in
wards. i-ma'-ni, v. a. of mani; to walk to or for a thing,
-imawani, imauŋnipi. i-mda'-mde, v. 1st pers. sing. of iyaya ; I went. i'-mna, v. n. to be satisfied, have sufficient of,
ímamna, inimna, íuymnanpi. i'-mna-han, adv. satisfied, to satisfaction, enough,
su fficiently : ímnahan untapi, we have caten suffi
ciently. i'-mna-han-yan, adv. sufficiently. i'-mna-han-yan-ken, adv. very much, a great
deal, sufficiently,--ímnahayyanken ećon, he has
done enough. i'-mna-yan, v. a. to fill, satisfy,-imnawaya. i'-mna-yan, adv. filled, satisfied. i-mna'-yan, v. a. of mnayan; to gather together
by means of,—imnawaya. i-mni'-ci-ya, v. n. to make an assembly to,
imnimićiya, imninićiya; they assemble to or for
some purpose. i'-mni-stan, n. water running from the mouth :
imnistan au, to drivel, slaver,-imnistan amau. i-mni'-ża, n. a rock, rocks. See heimniza. I-mni'-za-ska-dan, n. (imniza and skadan) the
Dakota name for Saint Paul ; little-white-rock. i-na', n. mother, my mother. It is used only in this form. For the second and third persons see
hun.' i-na', or i-nah', intj. strange ! surprising ! i-na'-ġu-ge-ća, adj. spongy or open, like the soft
Said when the grease is all boiled up with the water or soup. i'-na-han, intj. of assent; truly! certainly! to
be sure! i-na'-hda-ka, v. n. to stand out, as the ribs of a
poor animal, to be lean, very poor; to spread out, as a moccasin.
i-na'-hi-na-hi-na, intj. of surprise; indeed !
See inalima. i-na'-Kbe-ki-ya, v. a. to hide from, conceal from
one, -inalibewakiya. i-na'-Kbe-ki-ya, adv.
in a concealed manner, secretly. i-na'-übe-ya, adv. secretly, slily, covertly. i-na'-Kbe-ya-han, adv. in secret, secretly. i-na'-kći, v. a.
to pierce and have the hold break out of any thing,—inawalići. i-na'-Kdo-ka, v.a. to wear a hole with the foot by
means of something, as in one's moccasins or socks : hanpa inyan inwahdoka, I have worn a
hole in my moccasins on a stone,-inawahdoka. i-na'-hma, v. a. to hide, keep secret, conceal,
inawalbe, inaunlimanpi. i'-na-hma, v. a. to seduce, to commit fornication
or adultery with one-inawalbe. See wiina
hma. i'-na-Kman-pi, n. seduction. i-na'-Kni, v. n. to be in haste, make haste, hurry,
-inawalini, inaunlinipi. i-na'-kni-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to make haste, to
hasten one,—inaliniwakiya. i-na'-kni-pi, n. a hastening, haste, hurry. i-na-hni-ya, v. a. to hasten one, make hurry,
inahniwaya. i-na'-kni-yan, adv. in haste, hastily; on an
errand : inahniyaŋ wahi, I have come on an
errand. i-na'-hpe, n. of nalipa; that which is stepped on
and sets off a trap, the рап i-na'-bpe-dan, n. dim. of inalipe. i'-na-ki-kbe, v. See inakilima. i'-na-ki-Kma, v. pos. of inalima; to entice away
one's own, as a woman whom one has formerly had for a wife: tawiću inakih be, he has stolen
away his old wife,-ínawakilma. i-na'-kim-ya, adv. of inamya; taking refuge in,
fleeing to for shelter or refuge, trusting in : Nicinksi inakimya ćeunnićiyapi, we pray to Thee trust
ing in thy Son. i-na'-ki-pa, v. pos. of inapa : to take refuge in
one's own; to trust in something that sustains
some relation to one, -inawakipa. i-na'-ki-tan, v. pos. of inatan ;
to go off and leave one's own in danger,-inawakitan, inaunki
tanpi. i-na'-ki-wi-zi, v. pos. of inawizi ; to be envious
of one's own relations; to be jealous of one's own,
-inawakiwizi. i-na-ku-ka, v. of nakuka; to crush or destroy
with the foot, -inawakuka. i-nam', cont. of inapa.
of a trap
part of bones.
i'-na-ma, intj. surprising ! i-nam'-ya, adv. taking refuge in, sheltered by :
tipi inamya waun, I am taking refuge in a house. i-nan'-pa, v. See inapa. i-na'-pa, v. a. to come out, come up out of, as in
diving; to appear or come out on the other side ; to get through, live through, as through a winter; to take shelter or refuge in, from a storm or from any evil; to trust in,-inawapa, inaunpapi ; ina
cipa, I take refuge in thee. i-na'-pćin-wang-wan-ka, adj. red. of inapéin
wanka; every ninth one. i-na'-pćin-wan-ka, adj. the ninth. i-na'-pe-ya, v. a. to cause to come out of, cause
to appear on the other side ; to shoot through ; to cause to live through, as through a winter; to
cause to trust in,-inapewaya, inapeunyanpi. i-na'-pe-ya, adv. appearing ; trusting in. i-na'-pi-skan-yan, v. to do little things to pass
away time, to kill time,-inapiśkan waya. i-na'-pi-stan-yan, v. Same as inapiśkanyan. i-na'-po-ta, v. a. of napota; to wear out, as one's
moccasins, by means of something,—inawapota. i-na-psa-ka, v. a. of napsaka; to break off, as a
string, with the foot, by means of something, -
inawapsaka. i-na'-psa, v. n. to make a noise, as one walking
with water in his moccasins,-inawapsa. i-na'-pta, v. a. to wear out a thing-inawapta :
hanpa inapta iyewaye, I have worn out my moc
casins. i-na'-pte-ca, v. n. to be prevented by ; used with
śni : inapteća śni, not to be prevented by any
thing,—inamapteća śni. i-na'-pte-tu, adv. prevented by ; less. i-na'-śdog, cont. of inaśdoka ; inaśdog iyaya. i-na'-śdo-ka, v. to pass on beyond ; to wear
through, wear out a thing, as hanpa inawaśdoka, I have worn through my moccasins ; to get one
self away, escape, as from danger, -inawaśdoka. i-na'-śdo-ka, adv. past : wiyotanhan inaśdoka,
a little past noon. i-na'-ta-ke, n. (i and nataka) a fastener, i. e. a
bolt, lock, bar; a fence, fort, etc. See malina
take. i-na'-tan, v. a. to disregard, leave in danger,
inawatan, inamayatan. John xii. 38. i-na'-tan, v. a. to press upon with the foot. Hence,
siinatan, something on which the foot presses, stir
rups. i-na'-wi-zi, v. to be jealous ; to be envious of,—
inawawizi, inauŋwizipi. i-na'-wi-zi-pi, n. jealousy, envy. i-na'-wi-zi-ya, v. a. to cause to be jealous,-inawiziwaya.
i-na'-ya, v. a. to call mother, have for mother,
inawaya, inaunyanpi. i-na'-zin, v. n.
to rise up to one's feet, to stand, to go and stand at; to stop, come to a stand,
inawazin. i-na'-zin-ki-ya, v. a. to cause to stand, to raise
up,—inaziņwakiya. i-ni', v. n. to take a vapor-bath, steam oneself, to
take a sweat,-iwani, iyani, unkinipi ; to make a kind of wakan. This consists in washing and steaming oneself four times over hot stones, accompanied with singing, etc. It is done after
one has killed an enemy or a royal eagle. i-ni'-han, v. n. to be scared, frightened, amazed,
astonished,-imanihan, ininihan, unkinihanpi. i-ni'-han-pi, n. amazement. See wowinihan. i-ni'-han-ya, v. a. to frighten, scare, amaze, as
tonish one,-inihan waya, inihayunyanpi. i-ni'-han-yan, adv. in amazement. i-ni'-ka-ga, v.
to make 'ini.' i-ni'-na, adv. still, silent : inina yanka, to be still
or silent,-inina manka. i-ni'-na-ya, v. a. to cause to be silent, make still,
--ininawaya. i-nin'-ya, v. a. to put to silence,-ininwaya. i-ni'-pi, n. a steaming, sweating. i-ni'-ti, v. to take a vapor-bath, make a little
house and sweat in it,-iniwati. i-ni'-ya, v. a. of niya ; to breathe from ; ćuwi
iwaniya, I breathe through a hole in my side. i-nma', inty. See inama. i'-nmu, n. a cat, the generic term for an animal
of the cat kind. i-nmu'-hde-ska, n. the spotted wild cat, the
genet. i-nmu'-ho-ta, n. the grey wild cat, catamount,
lynx, Felis rufa or Felis lynx. i-nmu'-sun-ka, n. (inmu and sunka) the domes
tic cat. i-nmu'-tan-ka, n. the panther, Felis pardus. i-nom', cont. of inonpa. i-nom'-nom, cont, of inomnonpa. i-nom'-non-pa, adj. every second one. i-non'-pa, adj. the second. i'-non-pa, n. (i and nonpa) two mouths : maza
kan inonpa, a double-barrelled gun. i-nu', adv. suddenly, i. q. ihnuhanna. i'-nun. See inunka. i'-nun-ka, v. n. to grow well, as grass, by reason
of rain or any favorable circumstance, to thrive.
See winuka. i-nun'-ka, v. 2d pers. sing. of iwanka ; thou
liest down. i-nun'-ka, v. n. to become large in the genital