Browse Choctaw - English
bashukchathe sumac which bears the purple bud. The other kind is called bʋti (q. v.).
basisakʋchipl., to snap; to crack; to pop.
basoato be striped; to be brindled; to be brinded; to be checked and tabby; bʋsʋsoah.
basoastriped; brindled; brinded; tabby.
basoastripes; spots of different colors; a streak; a stripe; bʋsʋsoah.
basoachito stripe; to make brindled; to streak.alsobasoʋchi
basohlichicaus., to make striped work, as cloth.
basosu̱kʋchipl., scars; marks; small checks; small stripes.alsobʋsʋsu̱kʋchi
ba̱spoahslabs, or slats of paling.
basunlʋshthe gall; the bile; basunlʋsh homi, gall of bitterness, or bitter gall, Acts 8:23.
basunlʋsh okchithe gall; the matter secreted in the liver, Matt. 27:34.
batonly; each; contracted from bano or bano hosh; tuklo bat ia, two and two go, or two in each company go.
battimes, as tuklo bat tuchinakmat hanali, twice 3 is 6.
batʋmmito trip up another in wrestling.alsowatʋmmi
batoconjunctive form of bano. See kbato and kbano.
bʋchalushʋchito cause the sleet to fall.