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okbilillia.in water swimming deep.
okbillichiv. t.to make it swimming deep.
okbushapp.wrung out; water wrung out.
okbushliv. t.to wring out water; nafoka okbushli; nafohka aiokbusha.
okcha1v. a. i.to wake; to awake;2v. n.to be awake; to cheer; to rouse; to watch; nusi tuk osh okcha.
okchaa., pp.awake; aroused; awaked; enlivened; excited; flush; incited; inspirited; refreshed; roused; stimulated; vigilant; vivid; vivacious; volatile; wakeful; wakened; ikokcho, a., unawaked.
okchan.wakefulness; recreation; refreshment; vigilance; vivacity; watch.
okchachiv. t.to awaken, John 11:11.
okchahapp.hoed; broken up, as land; cut up, as grass, with a hoe.
okchahan.the ground thus hoed.
okchahliv. t.to break up ground for planting with a hoe (as some poor families do); to hoe.
okchahlin.one who breaks up land with a hoe; a hoer.
okchahlichiv. t.to cause one to break up land with a hoe.
okcha̱kn.a muskmelon.
okcha̱k balaman.a muskmelon.
okcha̱k holban.a cucumber.
okchakʋlbia.blue; purple; greenish; okchakolba, probably from okchako and holba.
okcha̱kia.green, as newly cut wood, not as a color; raw, 1 Sam. 2:15; fresh; rare; crude; alive, as a tree; unripe, as fruit; live; nipi okcha̱ki, iti okcha̱ki, shukshi ʋt okcha̱ki, takkon ʋt okcha̱ki; iti ʋt okcha̱ki o̱, Luke 23:31. In 2 Sam. 18:14 okcha̱ki is applied to Absalom, as a man alive, but it is usually applied to things, as iti okcha̱ki, nipi okcha̱ki.
okcha̱kiv. n.to be green, raw, fresh, unripe; okcha̱ki, v. a. i. to live, as a tree; okcha̱ki, n., rawness.
okchakkuchiv. n.to be green, or greenish, like an unripe peach.
okchakon.blue.
okchakoa.blue.
okchakov. n.to be blue.alsookchakko
okchakopp.dyed blue; colored blue.