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balakhli (the best forms: balakhli , balakli ) to wilt; iti hishi ʋt bilakhli , the leaves wilt. also balakli bilakhli
balakhli wilted; see bilakhli .
balakhlichi to wilt; to make it wilt.
balakli sing., to leap up; like halakli .
balali to creep, as a child; to crawl; to grovel; ʋlla yʋt balali , the child creeps.
balali a creeper; a crawler; a groveler; ʋlla balali , a child creeper.
balama fragrant; odoriferous; ambrosial; balmy; sweet; odorous; redolent — used with reference to the smell of objects only.
balama a sweet odor; savor; flavor; scent; smell, as of a rose; na balama , n., incense, Luke 1:10; Rev. 5:8. nan isht balama , 2 Cor. 2:15; a savor, Eph. 5:2.
balamʋchechi to perfume another person or thing; to incense another person or thing; to cause one to perfume another.
balamʋchi to make it fragrant, balmy, sweet; to scent well; pa̱shi a̱ balamʋchi , to make the hair balama ; na foka ya̱ balamachi , to make the garments balama . also balamachi
balʋlli to creep, as a vine; to run, as a vine; to scramble.
balʋlli a creeper; a scrambler; a vine.
baleli sing., to run, as an animal or a man, 1 Cor. 9:24; Gal. 5:7; emʋllihinlashke , Heb. 12:1; maleli is the more common word: tihlaya dual (q. v.); tihlaha̱ya , tihlaha̱yatok “did run,” Matt. 28:8: yihlepa , pl., Mark 9:15. also maleli
baluhchi the hickory bark which is used in making ropes.
balup slippery elm; also the linden, or lind tree; the teil tree.
bam balm, Gen. 37:25; bam is the Choctaw pronunciation of balm. also balʋm