Browse Choctaw - English
habi̱shaka large grasshopper.
hablia treader; a kicker.
hablia tread; a step; the space passed by the foot in walking or running; a pace; the space between the two feet in walking; a kick.
hablising., to tread; to step; to stamp; to kick; to foot; isht habli, v. t., to kick; to spurn; to trample; to winch, 1 Sam. 2:29.
hablichi(hʋhlichi, pl.), to cause him to tread on it.
habofato cease; to subside; to abate, as a swelling; to go down.
habofaabated; subsided; gone down; shatali ʋt habofa, the swelling has abated.
habofʋchito disrupt; to scatter a swelling.
haboffito reduce; to abate; to diminish; to remove; to cause a swelling to abate.
habohlipl., (habofa, sing.), to cease; to subside; to go down.
habohlipl., abatement of swellings, etc.
habohlipl., abated; subsided.
habohlichipl., to cause swellings to abate; to remove swellings; to scatter them.
hachaperhaps; how? what? in relation to something that was not looked for, 1 Sam. 20:18; John 1:50; chiyimmi hacha? ishachi hacha, do you say then, Mark 5:31.
hachi̱will; shall, Josh. 1:6.