Browse Choctaw - English
bakastoa pl., split in two; divided into two equal parts.
bakastoa pl., to split in two; to divide.
bakastoa pl., halves; when things have been split open.
bakastuli pl., to split in two; to halve them; to rob; holisso ha̱ bakastuli ; same as wehpuli , say M. Dyer and Thompson.
bakʋbli sing., to split in two; to halve.
bakʋbli a splitter; a divider.
bakʋsto finished; completed; all taken, as when a robbery is committed, or grain in a field is destroyed. also bakʋstuli
bakʋstuli to get all; to take all; to finish.
bakʋstuli a finisher; one that takes all.
bakbak a large red-headed woodpecker, smaller than the ti̱kti . bakbak ʋt pa̱ki akbano ho̱ ʋpa , the bakbak eats grapes only.
bakli pl., to split into large blocks, whether halves, fourths, or eighths; bakahli , pass. (q. v.), nusʋ pi a̱ baklili , I split the black oak into blocks.
bakna imbakna , the rennet (or runnet) or stomach of cows or deer.
bakoa spotted; pied; large check; brinded; tabby brinded; tabby; dapple; dappled; wak ʋt bakoa , the cow is spotted; nan tanna ʋt bakoa , the cloth has large checks; abaksha hʋt bakoa , the chicken snake is pied. also bakowa
bakoa to be spotted, pied, etc.
bakoʋchi to make spotted, pied, etc.; to dapple. also bakowʋchi
bakoko̱a pl., spotted; pied; large check.
bakoko̱a pl., to be spotted.
bakoku̱kachi pl., large white and red spots.
bakoku̱kachi pl., spotted; sintulo ʋt bakoku̱kachi , the rattlesnake is spotted. also bʋkoku̱kachi
bakoku̱kachi pl., to be spotted.