Name Translation Part of Speech
waċek̄iyA to embrace or welcome a relative (AWH, 2012) hokahe
wak̇aƞ Power, energy. (AWH, 2012) hokahe
yuha to have, to keep hokahe
Hibu Coming loudly hokahe
Smukaya Interruptions/Obstacles hokahe
Hihita Uncertain/rocky hokahe
Huƞkpaṗa those that camp at the entrance of the Thit̄uƞwaƞ (those that dwell on the prairie) circle (BSC, HTA, VTA, 2022) hokahe
inak̄iyA to move away from it, to leave it alone (it can be negative or positive) intonation: iNAkiyA (VTA, BSC, HTA, 2022) Stop it, end it (EM, 2022) to retire from your work, (GD, 2022) hokahe
ḣlet̄e 1. Not caring, not worrying "living without a care," going about not thinking about the consequences (usually only refers to males). (2022) 2. Courageous (willing to try things, possibly dangerous) (2022) 3. Wak̇ok̄iṗe ṡni (2022) hokahe
waƞ A/An. Waƞ is used in sentences which refer to events or states which are (already) facts. Waƞji is used in sentences referring to events or states which are not (yet) facts. (CULP, 1976) hokahe
ayuṡt̄aƞ abandon (SK, 1993); to leave, to abandon; to give up, to quit; to stop; to leave alone, to let alone; to let go. (CULP, 1976) hokahe
ik̄ipi ability (SK, 1993) hokahe
waheċel about (SK,1993) hokahe
iwaƞk̄al above (SK, 1993) hokahe
yupt̄ec̄ela abbreviation (SK, 1993) hokahe