talaiav. a. i.sing., to stand; 2 Kings 9:27; Matt. 12:25; 2 Sam. 24:5; to be, to lie, Matt. 8:26; 11:23, to remain; to stagnate, as water; to stand still, ontalaia, v. t., to ride; to sit on; to set on, Matt. 5:14.
talaiapp.placed; set; ontalaia, founded; tala̱ya, nas. form, standing in, as water or milk in some vessel.
talaliv. t.sing., to set; to place; to set down; to set forth, John 2:10; to put, Matt. 5:15; ontalali, to set on; to found; to locate; to spread; tʋli paknaka yo̱ inchuka atalalitoka̱, which built his house upon a rock, Matt. 7:24; shinuk paknaka yo̱ atalalituk, Matt. 7:26; hʋshi talali, to change as, or to come out as the moon, i. e., the new moon.
taloav. a. i.to sing; to praise in song; to carol; to chant; to hymn; to tune; intaloa, v. t., to praise him; to sing to him; isht taloa, to pitch, as a tune; to sound; to warble; ilhtʋlwa, songs, Gen. 31:27, iktaloo, a., unsung.alsotalowatʋlloatʋlwa
taloan.a ballad; a song; a ditty; music; a psalm, a tune; a warble; a note.
taloan.a singer; a chanter; a choir; a minstrel; a songster; a tuner; a warbler.