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Assiniboine Dictionary

Searching for English word(s): band

Assiniboine pos English
cudíyoȟpeya VT

1. be across the shoulder at an oblique angle across the body; hanging over one's shoulder at an oblique angle across the front and back of the body; a bandoleer

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ȟątką́hu įyúskije N

1. an arm band

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cąȟtáda N

1. an Assiniboine band living near Battleford, Sask

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wadópana N

1. the Assiniboine band that settled on the Fort Peck Reservation, called canoe paddlers, Canoe band; Paddlers, band of Assiniboines living around Wolf Point, MT

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wadópaȟna tųwą N

1. an Assiniboine band that settled the Fort Belknap Reservation

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ceškámaza [ceškámàza] N

1. a band councilor

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wakpá tųwą́bi N

1. a band of Assiniboines

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oyáde owáʾukma tíbi N

1. a band office

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tanį́debina N

1. Buffalo Hip People, a band of Assiniboines

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cą́ǧuǧu oyáde [cąǧúǧu oyàde] N

1. Burnt Marks on the Gunstock People, a subband of the n psa band

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céǧa kʾína oyáde N

1. the Carry The Kettle band of people

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hųgá N

1. chief of a band

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cekpá įyúskije N

1. child's swaddling band, used when a baby has a swollen or infected navel

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šahíya iyéskabina N

1. Cree Talkers, an Assiniboine band living with Chief Piapot's people

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šųkcébina N

1. Dog Penis People, band of Assiniboines

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wį́yuskije N

1. an elastic band put over a joint, as an ankle or knee; an ace bandage

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yuzíkzijabina N

1. elastic; a rubber band

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tiʾóšpaye N

1. an extended family, band of relatives; a camp of related people; a band of people who live in a camp or village (GS)

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nasákya VT

1. to flick against; to snap something elastic, as a rubber band or elastic

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įȟpékiya VT

2. to forsake, abandon, throw away (?)

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waʾų́šigiya VT

1. to forsake, as when a person's family abandons him

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ogáʾįǧežu N

1. a gathering of people or bands; a gathering or bunching up of animals

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hįknátų VT

1. to have as a husband

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hįkną́gu N

1. her husband

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hų́kpapa N

1. Hunkpapa band of the Teton Sioux

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cejá įyúskije N

1. a leg band; a leg garter

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šųgípewohąsaba N

1. a light sorrel or darker than buckskin, with a black band running from its head down its back to its tail, with a black mane and tail

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įšná ųbísʾa N

1. Lone Campers, Those Who Stay Alone, an Assiniboine band

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įyúwi N

1. metal band or hoop holding the staves of a barrel together

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wazíyam wįcášta N

1. Northern People, Assiniboine band living in the Battleford, Sask. area, on Mosquito Reserve

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osníbina N

1. Northern People, Cold People, a band of Assiniboines

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otúweda [otúwedA] N

1. an old campsite; and abandoned camp; an abandoned dwelling

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yuȟpú VI-Y

1. to pull off something sticking to something else, as a bandage or scab

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húdešana N

1. Red Bottom People, band of Assiniboines

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yuzíja VT-Y

1. to stretch with the hands by pulling, as a rubber band, or as a hide when tanning; stretch out

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knuȟpú VT

1. to tear or peel off oneself, as a scab or bandage

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oyáde [oyáde] N

1. tribe, nation; people; a large band of people

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cą́ȟe wįcášta N

1. Wood Mountain People, band of Assiniboines

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