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daddy longlegsshilakalu'ɔshkayurun
damplihchaadjTesini tihkyikatihch, Mavishchi tira lihcha tishimili hayihta rawukati.When she has a headache, Mavis puts a wet cloth on her forehead. Hiyuhu hishuk'ama lihcha.The grass was damp with dew.
dancenhipunnihkirhipunTarushtaku, "Nihkirhipu yahkarani hɛlawu," nikɔni. Rabbit said, "I'm giving a ball tonight, " they say. "Tosinlupiku tanihkirhipuhch yakaw'ihch, lapuhch," nikɔni."If Whooping Crane were to come to the ball, it would be a good thing, " he said, they say. Tahch'ahipuhch, Yoroni-Halayihku sihknihkirhipu yuk'aki. The Tunica-Biloxi Pow-wow comes in May. Alligator DanceƆmahkahipunpropBear DanceNokushhipunpropChicken DanceKapashhipunpropCommencement of Midnight DanceTirishchɔhatawɛsanpropDaybreak DanceLawu AharahipunpropDouble-Head DanceOsin'ilihipunpropDuck DanceKuwahipunpropFox DanceChulahipunpropHorse DanceSat'ɛhipunpropMallard Duck DanceTɔhkat'ɛhipunpropMidnight DanceLawutɛhkalahipunpropPumpkin DanceShulihkhipunpropQuail DanceHikihipunpropRabbit DanceRushtahipunpropRaccoon DanceYishihipunpropRound DanceTirishchɔhahipunpropSheep DanceRushtat'ɛhipunpropSkunk DanceShikihipunpropSnake DanceNarahipunpropTurtle DanceKohkuhipunpropWar DanceTirishchɔhahipunpropWood Tick DanceSa'ɔnanhipunprop
dancevhipuv.I.intrput on a dancenihkirhipu yav.I.intrtrot, as a traditional dance stepwɛsalɔtav.I.intr
dandelionwoluhiraninCassiopeiahchi woluhirani mariti. Wishitɔrahta yati.Cassiopeia gathered dandelions. She made wine. Woluhirani kɔlakuhch, ihkhayina hotu kayi uhkkosu.When dandelions bloom, our whole yard is yellow. Taraxacum
dangerousadjrukayaadjTawishit'ɛ kichu woluwitiku rukaya.Swimming in the Mississippi River is dangerous.Tarusa hɛntohku taka rukaya.A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.Supermanku oruhtamihku lᴐsaku rukaya.Pulling on Superman's cape is dangerous.Huey P. Longku Uhkrihkutoruku rukaya.The Huey P. Long Bridge is dangerous.
dappledrisaadjHal'ukinkuwatorisatohku risa uhkkosu.The English sparrow is mottled.Sihkrihkɔraku lɔsawan, sat'ɔnima ili kɔta risa sihk'ara.They have two dapple gray horses to pull their cart.
darkadjshihtunaadjkunashaadjin the darkshihtuna kichu<Not Sure>
darknesseshkun
dartblowgun dartalatinishurun
dart, toehtuv.I.intr
daughtern*nisaranCandidehch tinisarahchi lɔhka wila tihkworuti.Candide taught her daughter to weave baskets. Ritaworushi Franklinku unisarahchi chuyakawi lahoni. Franklin brought his daughter to school early. *milanZeusku umilasɛm'ama umilasinima namu uhk'ara. Zeus had many sons and daughters. *ehkutohkun
dawnsehilan
dawn, to about to besehilav.TR.f
dawn, to get to besehiv.TR.f
daynashuhkinashunone dayashu sahkuadvevery dayashutɛpanadvall day longsehiyuruadvashu yuruadvsehiyuruhchadvtodayhɛ'ɛshnyesterdaylawushiadvsome dayka'ashadv
day after tomorrowsehimihtan
day before yesterdaylawumihtaadvLawumihta taharani laputishkan chishtahahki lapuya uhkhar'ata . The day before yesterday she bought a fiddle, but she already plays it well. Lawumihta uhksa shiki weniwi. Hishtahahki nami shiriti.The day before yesterday his dog found a skunk. He still smells bad.
day keeper (masculine)tashuhkiwiranikunTashuhkiwiranisɛma ashuhkisinima wir'ᴐnta. Onisɛma lam'uta shihkakata.Daykeepers count the days. They help heal people.
daybreaksehilan
Daybreak DanceLawu AharahipunpropHiputa lawu yuru. Sehithch, tonisɛma hotu 'atoluni pir'anta. Lawu Aharahipu yata.They danced all night. At dawn, all the people formed a circle. They performed the Dance of Daybreak.
Days of the WeekSundayAshut'ɛnMondayRapusahkunTuesdayRapilinWednesdayRaponihkunThursdayRapumankunFridayRapusinkunSaturdaySamdifromsamedin
deadadjlupiadjTeti 'atɛhkala shiki lupi 'ura.There's a dead skunk in the middle of the road. Sa lupi tahk'ɛma rawuta.The buried the dead dog with a bone.
dearadjmahkaadj
deathlupinLupiku inima hotush 'uwa.Death comes to us all.Ulupihch, uhkri laputa.After his death, they sold his house.