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yakni okhʋta chito pit shamʋlin.a cape; land that extends into the sea.
yakni okpulon.bad land; a bad country.
yakni patafapp.furrowed land; fallowed land.
yakni patafa isht lapushkichin.a harrow.
yakni pataiyan.flat land.
yakni patalin.a plain; Josh. 3:16; 12:3.
yakni patʋffiv. t.to fallow; to furrow; to plow.
yakni patʋffin.a plowman.
yakni patʋssan.a flat; flat land.
yakni pattasʋchi iskitinin.a plat.
yakni patussʋchin.a plain.
yakni pisʋt a̱yav. t.to spy.
yakni potav. t.to take land by a lease.
yakni potan.a tenant; a lessee.
yakni potan.a lease.
yakni shilan.the earth; the dry ground.
yakni winakʋchin.an earthquake.
yakohmia.being after this fashion, way, manner, or custom; being thus; this sort; these, Matt. 18:6.Perhaps this word is compounded of yak and ohmi.
yakohmiv. n.to be thus; to be so; to be on this wise; to come to pass; atuko̱ yakohmitok, and it came to pass, Matt. 7:28.
yakohmiv. a. i.to do so; as in eyakohmi, we do so; to come to pass, Josh. 1:1; 2:5; ilʋppa yakohmi na, Acts 16:18; yakoho̱mi, Josh. 6:3.
yakohmipp.done so.
yakohmiadv.thus; so; na yimmi chinto yakohmi ka akapesoshke, I have not seen so great faith in, pro. form, Matt. 8:10.
yakohmichiv. t.to do after this manner, Matt. 6:9; 8:9; to do it thus, Mark 2:7; 11:28; “so,” Matt. 5:12. yakohmiechi, pro. form; yakomihinchi, freq. form.