Browse Choctaw - English
yakohmikathis way; this fashion; this place.
yakohmika ko̱“this is the cause,” Josh. 5:4.
yakokeexpressing thanks or pleasure, when spoken quickly.
yakokeint. of regret, when spoken slowly.
yakoke ahnito thank; to feel thankful; yakoke chimaiahnilishke, Matt. 11:25.
yakolushan earthen jug; same as lukfi kotoba; see yaklʋsh.
yakomipl., these; several; these here; hatak yakohmi, these men, Acts 16:17; yakohmi kakoke, “are these,” Matt. 10:2; na yakohmi, these things, Matt. 11:25.alsoyakohmi
yakosi itintaklasuddenly, Luke 2:13.
yakosi ititaklainstantaneous; momentary; sudden.
yakosi ititaklaanon; immediately; forthwith.
yakosi ititaklaa moment of time, Luke 4:5; an instant; a moment; a second.alsoyakosi itintakla
yalʋllahaa quagmire; see lukchuk yalʋllaha.alsoyalʋlloha
yalʋthato tremble or quiver; as meat just after being killed, and while it is butchered.
yalʋthaa spasm or quivering of the flesh; a local quivering or twitching of the flesh.
yalʋttakʋchipl., to quiver; to twitch.
yalʋttakʋchipl., spasms; quiverings.
yalubbaa tadpole; a polliwog; a young frog.alsoyaloba