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takant fahakʋchiv. a. i.to dangle; to hang and swing.
takastuaa.having corners like a foursquare bottle.
takat tahapp.pl., dipped out.
takʋbliv. a. i.to stop or suppress, like anukbikeli.alsotakʋpli
takʋffiv. t.to dip up; to dip out.
takʋffin.one who dips.
takʋffit kampilav. t.to retail; to dip and sell.
takʋffit kampilan.a retailer.
takʋnhav. a. i.to teeter; to palpitate at the pit of the stomach.
takʋshin.the milt; the spleen; i̱takʋshi, his milt.
takʋssaa.flat and thin, as a china-bean pod; takʋskoa, pl.
takʋssav. n.to be flat and thin; bʋla hakshup ʋt takʋssa; takʋskoa, pl.
takʋssʋlliv. t.to make flat and thin.
takbaa.bitter; astringent; acrid; acerb; harsh — applied to the eyes.
takbav. n.to be bitter, astringent, etc.; u̱kof ʋt takba; bashukcha hishi ʋt takba.
takban.astringency.
takbachiv. t.to render bitter or astringent; to embitter.
takbʋchia.bitterish; somewhat bitter, astringent, etc.
takbʋchiv. n.to be bitterish.
takchʋkan.the edge; the margin; the border; the list; shukbo takchʋka; yakni takchʋka.
takchʋka ikbiv. t.to border; to make a border; to margin.
takchʋka ikbin.one who makes a border.
takchiv. t.to tie; to bind, Matt. 12:29; 14:3; 16:19; Josh. 2:21; to enchain; to chain; to hobble; to confine; to lace; to lash; to leash; to restrain; to shackle; iletakchi, to tie himself; to thrum; to trammel; to truss; to constrain; to enchain; to fillet.
takchin.one who ties.