abʋchin.an exercise; a practice; nan isht imabʋchi, his doctrine.
abʋnkʋchipl. pass., laid across; lying crosswise, as timbers at the corner of a house, or as rails in a worm fence.
abʋnniv. t.pl., to lay across, as the logs of a house; abana, pass. sing., laid across; itabana, pass., laid across one another, as house logs at the corners; itabʋnni, to raise a log house; to lay across one another.
abʋshan.a sawpit; a place cut with a knife, a saw, or an ax; a gash.
abʋshan.a place sawn; a cut with a knife; a wound; a gash made by a knife, scythe, sickle, or ax; harvest, Matt. 13:30; abʋsha, pp., sawed at.
abehav. a. i.pl., to be in, Matt. 2:11; to enter in; okhissa iskitinosi ako̱ hʋsh aiabehashke, enter ye in at the strait gate, Matt. 7:13; to go in; ont ilabehaheako̱, we go away into, Matt. 8:31; also, Matt. 12:45; 14:22. Passive, ʋlbeha, John 6:22; 21:3.