Browse Choctaw – English
taklaprep. adv., with; among, 1 Kings 11:20, 21, 22; between; on this side; amid; amidst; till; until, Matt. 1:23 [?]; John 4:40; chitakla hikialahe, 2 Sam. 18:14.alsota̱kla
taklaside; itatakla, this side of, and between this place and that; bok itatakla, between this place and the creek.
ta̱klanas. form, during; while; along; being with; until; in the way, Matt. 5:25; 9:10; 13:25; 14:22; 15:32.
ta̱klawithin, Josh. 1:11.
ta̱kla a̱shato sit with; to be present.
ta̱kla a̱yato go along with; to accompany; to attend.alsotaklaya
ta̱kla binilito sit with; to intrude.
ta̱kla binilian intruder; an intrusion.
ta̱kla binohlipl., to sit with, Matt. 9:10.
ta̱kla mintito come with.
taklʋchito remove this way; to bring this way; olataklʋchi, to reduce a price; ataklʋchi, n., “absence,” Luke 20:6 [?]; but it is used here as a verb.
taklechito bring this way; as olataklechi, to reduce the price; to get it lower.
taklipl., to dip up; to dip out; to ladle; to scoop; “to lap;” oka taklit ishko; ofi yosh isunlʋsh isht takli, Judges 7:5, 7.
taklione who dips; a scooper.
takobathe belly; the abdomen; the paunch; the large stomach; the bowels; the maw.
takoba kuchato come out, as the bowels; for the bowels to come out.
takoba kuchito disembowel.