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baiʋllit ma̱yav. a. i.to advance in file.
baiʋllit mintiv. a. i.to come in a row.
baiet bi̱yav. a. i.pl., to move in ranks as soldiers, not abreast but one following another.alsobait bi̱ya
baietav. a. i.sing., to stand or go in a row, one after another, as men or animals in a single road; caus., baietʋchi or baietʋt hinli, to stand in a row; baietʋt a̱ya, to go along in a row; to stand in a row, as planted corn or trees when set out.
baietan.a row of corn, trees, men, or animals.
baiin.white oak; name of an oak tree and its fruit; a white-oak acorn; baii laua, plenty of white-oak acorns.alsobaiyi
baii tobaa.oaken; made of white oak.
baiilli(pl. of baieta) pass., ranked; placed in rows or ranges; abaiʋli, 2 Kings 11:8.alsobaiʋlli
baiilliv. a. i.(pl. of baieta) to stand in files or rows; to rank; to follow in order one after another.alsobaiʋlli
baiillichiv. t.to cause to follow in ranks; to march; to place in ranks.
baiillit nowav. a. i.to march in single ranks, but not abreast. It differs from auatali, v. a. i., to march abreast.
baiillit nowan.a march.
baiyanav. n.to want. See bʋnna, from which it is derived.
bakafa1v. a. i.sing., to split off;2pp.split off.
bakahav. t.pl., (bakalichi, sing.) to cane; to baste; to strike with a cane or stick; to maul; ofi yo̱ bakahali, I beat the dog.
bakahan.a caning.
bakahlipp.pl., split; blocked; slabbed; bakahli ushta, split in quarters.
bakahliv. a. i.to split; to block; to slab into several, i. e., more than two, pieces.
bakahlichiv. t.to split into large blocks; to slab; to block; to split puncheons for a floor.
bakahlichin.a splitter.
bakapapass. sing. of bakʋbli (q. v.); halved or divided into two equal parts; cleft; riven.
bakapav. a. i.to divide into two equal parts; to cleave; to split; to divide once in the middle; iti ʋt bakapa, the tree divides or opens in the middle.
bakapan.a half when split in two; a cleft; shuka nipi bakapa, half of a hog.