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oak ballpolo·šapolo·ša´noak ballcfpolo·lo
oak, blackyuhši· qʰaleyuhši· qʰalénCalifornia black oakQuercus Kelloggii (Beech Family)1.5.1Tree
oak, coast liveyuʔcʼi qʰaleyuʔcʼi qʰálencoast live oakcfšaʔcʼamʔQuercus agrifolia (Beech Family)1.5.1Tree
oak, livešaʔcʼamʔšaʔcʼámʔnlive oakšaʔcʼam biʔdulive oak acorncfyuʔcʼi qʰaleQuercus agrifolia1.5.1Tree
oak, Oregonwiyi qʰalewiyi qʰálenOregon oakQuercus Garryana1.5.5Parts of a plant
oak, scrubbahqa qʰalebahqa qʰálenscrub oak treesynkaʔba qʰale1.5.1Treekaʔba qʰalekaʔba qʰálenscrub oak, a small shrubby oak species also called hickory oak or mush oaksynbahqa qʰaleQuercus dumusa (Beech Family)1.5.1Tree
oak, smallpahkʰoypahkʰóydial. var.bahkʰoynany small bush; small bush with berries; shrubby bush such as manzanita or small oak, small tan oak1.5.2Bush, shrubwiyawiya´nsmall oakwiya qʰále ʔelliname of two places: 1. east of Soda Springs, 2. first turn east of reservation1.5.1Tree
oak, tancʼišqʰalecʼíšqʰalentan oakLithocarpus densiflora (Beech Family)1.5.1Tree
oak, valleysʼapʰa qʰale 1sʼapʰa qʰálenvalley oak, mush oakptsʼapʰaQuercus lobata (Beech Family)1.5.1Tree
oarpʰaliʔlipʰaliʔli´npaddle, oar7.2.4.2.1Boatqʰabalhaqʰabáhlanoarqʰabáhlawdriftwood
oatmuhca qʰalemuhca qʰálenoatAvena (Grass Family)5.2.3.1Food from plants
oats, boiledposo·leposo·le´nboiled whole wheat; boiled oats5.2.3.1Food from plants
oats, wildšiwale·lašiwalé·lafr. var.šuwale·lanpossibly wild oats or barley; an uncertain type of grain, from which _yuhu_ is madecfyuhu1.5Plant5.2.3.1Food from plants
obedient (person)ma·nsu 2má·nsuadjobedient (person)4.5.4.1Obey
obesedi·taštašadi·táštašaadj-ideovery fat, obese (more than /ʔihpʰuy/)cfdi·kaškaša
obey rule or law*hqaladqalá·dupl.*hqala·tacʼpl. agt.*hqalacʼ*hqala·tacʼvobey a rule or law; abstain (from food), fast, diet; follow restrictionʔama hqaláʔtʰin yacʰma ya·col ʔama huʔú· qahqo cicʼi·duto those who did not obey the restrictions, it happened in plain sightpʰalá hqalá·tacʼmeʔ(to several) fast again!5.2.2.9Fast, not eat4.5.4.1Obey
Objective=ʔel 1ʔeln suffObjective
obscenebeʔcʼabeʔcʼa´adjnasty, obscene (euphemism, possible loan)3.4.2.1.3Disgustedcomp.beʔcʼa cahnocomp.naṭa ʔama beʔcʼacomp.ʔama beʔcʼa
obscene wordbeʔcʼa cahnobeʔcʼa cáhnofr. var.cahno béʔcʼanobscene word or topicbeʔcʼa cáhno šocelaI heard the nasty wordʔama béʔcʼa cahno šocelaI heard the dirty wordbeʔcʼa cahno cahno·tʰuʔdon't talk about obscene things3.5.5.1Obscenity
observantʔama pʰimiwʔtʰinʔama pʰímiwʔtʰinadjobservant; don’t miss seeing anything3.1.2.2Notice
observe*pimhmicpímhmiʔvobserve closely2.3.1.2Watch*pʰimipʰimíwpl.*pʰimitvsee something; observe; recognizeʔama pʰímiwʔtʰinobservantpʰimitá·duinspect carefully (in negative way?)qʼoʔdi pʰimita·duinspect very carefullyʔaná· pʰimita·dulook carefully for faults in someonepʰimitá·nʔinspectingpʰimitáʔtʰuʔdon't look for faults!cf*pʰiʔqʼoʔdicdur.*pʰimitadph. adj.ʔama pʰimiwʔtʰin
obsidiandihṭʰadihṭʰa´narrowhead, obsidiancfhisʼu· qahca
obstruction*pihcec 2pihcéʔnobstruction, shield
obviousqahqo 3qahqo´fr. var.ʔama· qahqoadjplain, clear, evident, obvious, apparent (in this meaning, almost always sentence-initial.)qahqo pʰíʔtʼawe·, maʔu ʔahca ʔacaʔ nóhpʰo·liit looks clear that people were inhabiting this houseʔaha qáhqosomeone who says whatever they thinkqahqo ʔé· mito ʔa cahnócʼkʰe ʔa· wanʔkʰe méʔ di·cʼíʔtiI will talk to you (by phone), to tell you plain the time I will comeqahqo baʔtʼawe· ma ʔama· banawa·dunit sounds clear you are (lying) deceiving3.2.4.2Understandablerefl.*qahqocicʼcomp.huʔuy qahqocomp.qʰama qahqocomp.ʔaha qahqocomp.ʔama qahqo