Browse Choctaw - English
hachumbilhkapl., to kneel, Matt. 27:29.
hachunchubabeing without hair, as an elephant.
hachunchubadeprived of hair.
hachunchubachito deprive of hair; to cause to be without hair.
hahperhaps; likely; shilup o̱ episa ha, perhaps we saw a spirit.alsoha
hahchʋbaha footlog for a bridge; see achʋba.
hahkato loll; to pant from fatigue or from heat or from overexertion; wak ʋt hahka, the cow lolls; ofi ʋt hahka, the dog lolls; fakit ʋt hahka; aka̱ka yʋt hahka the hen lolls.alsohakhahakka
hahkato loll; to thrust out, as the tongue.
hahkʋchito cause to loll.
hahliin ʋlla nakni siahahlili, I am a boy; perhaps it should be ahlili, from which comes ahnili.
haiakato appear, Matt. 1:20; to come out; to occur; to peep; to show; to transpire; haiaka hinla, a., ostensible.
haiakaexhibited; presented; undissembled; unequivocal; unfolded; manifested; made manifest, John 1:31; appeared, Matt. 2:7; found, Luke 15:32; discovered; developed; divulged; elucidated; exposed; illustrated; manifested; revealed; haia̱ka, nasal form; ikhaiako, neg. form, not found; undetected; i̱haiaka, pp., undeceived.