K'auwak'AH-oo-wahKiowaproper nounThis term shows a rare combination of two vowels without a glottal stop.
k'ek'EHdigverbFree Variantk'a1k'AHpawAprilplow monthplowfarmerfarmershovelspadehoewell of water
k'įk'EEⁿcarryverbunspec. comp. formwak'įcarry on the backverbcarry or pack in a bundle on the backverbcarry or bear an object or load on the back, usually with the aid of a strap around the head or backverbpacknoundrawverbThe sense of draw here refers to drawing water, not art.transportverbwearverbhave on (wear)verbhas on (wear)verbcarry another person's property for them, the shape of it not being specifiedcarry (on the back) another's property, by their requestmake carryhuthutsfetch watercarry a child (not one's own) in a blanket tied up at both ends and slung across the back, and over the neckcarry one's own child in a blanket tied up at both ends and slung across the back, and over the neckcarry other persons' property for them, its shape not being specified
k'į 3carry or pack in a bundle on the back
k'įhik'EEⁿ-heemake carryverbunspec. comp. form ofk'į-hi
*k'ok'OHwipeverbFree Variant*k'uk'OOwipe or rub the feetwipewipe drydraw a line over writing or the record of a debtwipe out or cancel a debtforgive a debt or injury
k'o manyik'OH MAH-nyeethunderingverbunspec. comp. formMąnto K'o Manyithundering aroundverbcomposed ofk'omanyiThis term refers to the rumbling or rolling of thunder after the intitial heavy clap.
K'o Manyik'OH MAH-nyeeWalking Thunderproper nounRumbling Thunderproper nounRolling Thunderproper noununspec. comp. form ofk'o 2thundermanyiDorsey notes with his translation of "Walking Thunder", "such as is heard rumbling or rolling after a heavy peal." Hamilton notes "such as is heard after a loud clap, moving along."
k'ųnduhexwek'ooⁿn-DOO-hay-xwayunspec. comp. form ofhe-allo. ofha-1k'ųnduxweFor this term, the conjugation begins after "du-" and before "-xwe."I am turned towards a hill (said when not at the hill)I am facing uphill
k'ųndurexwek'ooⁿn-DOO-ray-xwayunspec. comp. form ofre-k'ųnduxweFor this term, the conjugation begins after "du-" and before "-xwe."you are turned towards a hill (said when not at the hill)you are facing uphill
k'ųnduxwek'ooⁿn-DOO-xwayturned towardsverbfacingverbFirst-Person Singular Conjugationk'ųnduhexwek'ooⁿn-DOO-hay-xwaySecond-Person Singular Conjugationk'ųndurexwek'ooⁿn-DOO-ray-xwayFor this term, the conjugation begins after "du-" and before "-xwe."Comparegąnduxwaturned towards a hill (said when not at the hill)facing uphillfacing uphill - said when at or on the hillI am turned towardsyou are turned towards
k'ųnduxwe 1turned towards
ką1kahⁿveinnounarterynounmusclenounsinewnouncordnounstringnounCompareikąhįpulselean meat near the spinelongissimus dorsiankleblood vein