bahliv. t.to stab; to gore; to hook and jab; to strike straight forward; to jab; to beat up the materials for making bahpo; to dagger; to dirk; to pick; to prick; to push; to spur; to stick; to beat, as meat in a mortar; to thrust; to pierce, John 19:34; Rev. 1:7; iti̱bahli, to gore each other; issi nipi ya̱ bahli, beat the venison; tu̱shpʋt bahli ho̱, or tushpʋt bahli ho̱, make haste and beat it!
bahlin.a stabber; one that gores or hooks; a thruster; a beater.
bahpon.a kind of nut pudding made of corn and peanuts.alsobʋppo
bahpopass. of bahpuli (q. v.), made into a nut pudding; bahpot ʋlhtaha, it is beaten and ready.
bahpuliv. t.to beat up parched corn and parched peanuts for bahpo; to pound corn and peanuts for bahpo. The corn and peanuts are both parched and then beaten or pounded together. The meat of hickory nuts is sometimes used.
bahtan.a bag; a pack; a budget; a knapsack; a scrip; a wallet, Matt. 10:10, bahta ʋt iksho, no scrip, Mark 6:8. This word differs but little from shukcha (q. v.); hʋpi shukcha, salt sack, kafi shukcha, coffee sack, are used, but not bahta.