Browse Choctaw - English
Okahpa okhinathe Arkansas River.
okak ushia young swan; a cygnet; a swan’s egg.
okamito wash the face, i. e., one’s own face; okamali, I wash my face.
okamichito wash the face of another; ʋlla ya̱ okamichili, I wash the child’s face.
okashalayioka shalali, v. t., to wallow; to besmear, 2 Sam. 20:12.
okataktakthe shitepoke; the American green heron. — H. S. H.HSH
okatulato settle; to sink to the bottom in a fluid; to fall in water; to set; to go down, as the sun.
okʋchito water; to let into the water, John 20:6 [?]; pass., ulhkʋchi, to be watered or soaked; from oka, John 21:6; Matt. 4:18; 13:47; cast into (the sea); Matt. 17:27; see okkʋchi.
okʋtahato descend, Josh. 7:5; Gen. 24:45; okʋttahha, afternoon; okʋtahaka, descent, Deut. 9:21; see John 6:16.
okʋtanowato descend, Luke 19:37.
okʋttulato fall into the water; to plunge into water or any liquid; pinti ʋt bila kia pishukchi kia okʋttula chatuk; to set, as the sun, Josh. 10:27; see okatula.
okʋttulaa plunge; a fall into a liquid; one who falls.
okbanowould God, Josh. 7:7; see hokbano.
okbʋlin the rear; behind; backwards; hind; hinder; see ukbʋl and ulbʋl; obʋlaka, rearward.
okbihlelithe eyes stand out, Ps. 73:7.
okbilhhato sink in water like a boat ready to fill, Luke 5:7.