tahlu̱wan.ivy; such as grows up and cleaves to oak trees on the side. — Alexander Traver [or Faver.]
tahpʋlav. a. i.to shout; to scream; to halloo; to call after; to exclaim; to shriek; to vociferate; to yell; tahpʋlʋt okla mʋt, they (2) cried out; to cry, Matt. 12:19; 14:26; 15:22; isht tahpʋla, v. t.; tapahanla, freq.
tahpʋlan.a shout; a shouter; an exclamation; an outcry; a shriek; a yell.
tahpʋliv. t.to array; to dress, Luke 16:19; used only with a pronoun, as ilatapuli, to dress himself.alsotahpuli
takakanliv. a. i.to circulate, as anumpa hʋt takakanli; to offer; to be tossed, Matt. 14:24.
takalechiv. t.to hang; to hitch; to lodge, or cause to hang, as one tree on another; to put forth, Matt. 13:24; to raise up, Luke 1:69; to lift up, John 3:14; to launch out (pit takalechi), Luke 5:4; to enter; to lay on, as an account; to suspend, Josh. 8:29; to offer, 2 Sam. 24:12; itatakalechi, to concatenate; to link together; to connect; iti intakalichi, to clog him; to hang a piece of wood to him.alsotakalichi
takaliv. a. i.to hang, Josh. 8:29; to stand; to stick; to hitch; to lock; to be, Josh. 3:4; Matt. 2:9; 6:21; iktakalo kawa, a double neg., Matt. 18:7; takant fahakʋchi, to tangle.