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jab with elbows, tomihkuv.II.trƆkasɛma 'amihk'utana'ara. The boys were jostling each other with their elbows. This verb can also be Class I, but Class II is the preferred form.
jack rabbitrushta'ɔlawɛchayurunRushta'ᴐlawɛchayurusinima ᴐshkaku michu sahku wɛsasitishtuku.Jack rabbits and leap 10 feet.Sinkpiratihch, rushta'ᴐlawɛchasinima sɛnlakashi sink'ara.When they are born, jackrabbits have fur.
jack-o-lanternlawu ayitawɛhaninTami kichu lawu ayitawɛhaniku Mylesku uhknashiwi.The jack-o-lantern led Myles into the swamp.
jaillaspichahirinVaughnku wishiruwina namu kɔrawi. Tahal'ukini uhktɛhkala kichu tawehanichahkasinima hotu hayihta woluwi. Laspichahiri kichu uhkhushuta. Vaughn drank a lot of whiskey. He urinated on all the light poles downtown. They put him in jail. Laspichahiri kichu uhkhushutaman takahtini wiyata.They put him in jail and threw away the key.
JanuaryTahch'awɛkanpropHɛ'ɛsh Tahch'aweka kichu tatihikaku nisa uhkashuhki yukaku. Wantaha Tihikiatahch'ah kichu yukaku.Today New Year's Day comes in January. Long ago it used to come in June.Tahch'awɛka kichu Tachᴐha Enihku Sihkashuhki yukaku. Three Kings' Day comes in January. Tahch'awɛka uhkashuhki michu satɛya sinku 1929hch Martin Luther King, Jr. pirati. On January 15, 1929, Martin Luther King, Jr. was born.
jerk away, toehkuv.II.intr
jerk, toehtuv.I.intr
jewelryput on jewelrypahchuv.I.trto remove jewelrychapuv.I.tr
join together, totehpiv.II.intrKipatahch, mel'iraku niwi: "Uhayishiku untehp'ut'uhk'unima onishiku hachana ya'ahatan."When they were married, the priest said: "What God has joined together, let no man put asunder."Inshtahpurowinaku tonisɛma namu tehp'uta.Facebook connects many people.Tawishtat'ɛ Titiht'ɛ Missour'ɛma atehp'unta.The Mississiippi and the Missouri River join together.
joinedanupaliadjTG 5.81
joined togetheratehpiadv
joketo play a joke onwisav.II.tr
joke, tolahkav.I.intr
jostle with elbows, tomihkuv.II.trƆkasɛma 'amihk'utana'ara. The boys were jostling each other with their elbows. This verb can also be Class I, but Class II is the preferred form.
jugwishita'erinConcettahchi tatapasɛma wishita'eri 'eriti.Concetta carried the waterjug to the farmers.
JulyTihikatahch'a TehukumanpropGeorge M. Cohanku niwi: "Ima uki Samku ohkutosahu kashi. Tihikatahch'a Tehukuma manku pirani."George M. Cohan said: "I'a a real (live) nephew of my uncle Sam, born on the 4th of July". Wantaha France kichu laspichahiri 'ura. Bastilleku otisa. Tihikatahch'a Tehukuma michu sahtɛya manku tonisɛma Bastilleku chuta.Long ago in France there was a prison. It was called the Bastille. On July 14 the people took the prison.
jump when startled, toehkuv.II.intr
jump, towɛsav.I.intrYunk'ama nisarasinima shimisiti. Wɛsasitihch, harasiti: "Kafe ihk'elu, wishiyimohku ihk'elu, im'ama Calliehchi kiwɛsawan ihkwana."The girls played with a rope. They jumped and sang: "I like coffee, I like tea, I want Callie to jump in with me". Ehtutihch, wɛsati.When she was startled, she jumped.
JunenTihikatahch'anpropTihikatahch'a kichu tihika uhkashuhki yuru panu 'ura.The longest day of the year is in June. Tihikatahch'a kichu Worushi Taluhchi Tetimil'ɛma Tayoroni-Halayihku Tihika 'usa. The Tunica-Biloxi Language and Culture Summer Camp comes in June. Wantaha Tihikatahch'a kichu Hahka Ɔshta 'usa.Long ago the Green Corn Ceremony came in June.Wantaha Tihikatahch'a kichu tihika Yoroniku pir'uta.Long ago the Tunica year was initiated in June.
justmahoniadv