Browse Choctaw - English
oka i̱hinaa water furrow.
oka illito drown; see oka aiille, aioka illi, Matt. 18:6.
oka isht ʋlhpisaa measure; a liquid measure; a gallon.
oka isht bichaa tap; a brass cock.
oka isht bichelia brass cock; a tap hole; a spout for water; a tunnel; a funnel; a faucet.
oka isht ochia water-bucket; a piggin; a can; a water-pot.
oka isht okissabaptized with water.
oka kahato lie in water, Matt. 8:32.
oka kaiyato fill with water, as the ground receives water.alsookaiya
oka kaiyafilled with water; softened by water, as the earth.
oka kaiyʋchito soften with water; to fill with water.
oka kapʋssacold water; fresh water; cool water.
oka kʋniato mire; to drown; to sink, Matt. 14:30.
oka lahbalukewarm water; tepid water.
oka lapalikathe waterside.
oka lʋshpahot water; oka lʋshpa o̱hlatʋbli, v. t., to scald; oka lʋshpa o̱hlatapa, pp., scalded.
oka luakardent spirits; lit., fire water, an early name for spirits.alsooke luak