Browse Choctaw – English
abemafrom ʋba and imato be half way; to be higher up.alsoabehma
abenilifrom a, there, and binili, to sitto sit down at; to settle at, as in making any place a home.alsoabinili
abenilia settler; a colonist; the sitting down or meeting, as at a “cry;” a colony, see okla wiha abinili, Acts 16:12.alsoabiniliʋbenili
abenilichito settle; to establish in business or in life, or at any place.alsoabinilichi
abenilichione that settles another in a place, or in business.alsoabinilichi
abetapassive of abihli, poled.alsoabita
abito kill, Gen. 37:26. See ʋbi, from which abi is derived by lengthening the first vowel; ʋbitok a̱, which killed, Luke 13:4.
abichaa tap hole; a bunghole; a faucet; a spout.alsoabicheli
abichakalihanineteen times; ʋbichakaliha pisali kamo, I did see it nineteen times.
abichkachipl., tap holes.
abihlapass. of abihli, poled; bushed; pointed at.
abihlepathe place aimed at, or pointed at.
abihlepato be seated round.
abihlipl., to set in by the ends; to stick; to pole; to bush; to furnish with poles or bushes, as peas or beans.
abihliblising., to point at a place or thing, some object.
abilato thaw, as snow or ice; to thaw there; to melt at or there; pl., ʋbela; (taloa kʋt sachunkʋsh a ʋbelah — J. E.); ikabilo, or ikabelo, a., undissolved, where it does not melt.
abiliaalways, John 11:42.
abinaa camp; a lodging out of doors with or without a shelter overhead.
abinato camp; to encamp; to lodge out of doors.