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tablerihkukɔranTarihkukɔra kichu tɛrashki sahu hush'iki. Etisɛma namu tini sak'ɔtani.Put another leaf in the table. Many relatives are coming to dinner.rihkɔranTarihkɔra kotitayukishi hɛntohku, histahahki tarihkɔra ritasakushi tika.The table in the kitchen is samll, but the table in the diningroom is large.billiard tablerihkɔrat'ɛnflat tablerihkɔr'ɛsan
tabooto commit a taboomɛkav.T.tr
taffytafinBessiehchi tafi maku tihksh'ɛpa. Tini nahchuwihch, tihk'elu.Bessie likes chewing taffy. She likes it when it sticks to her teeth.Ingras'ashuhki rɔhpant, toninuhchisinima tafi wachusiti. Near Christmastide, the women pulled taffy. fromtaffytaffy pulltafitawachunin
tail*asan
take across, tosakav.II.tr
take care of, toyayiv.I.trDeirdre tehekumahchi yayikati.Deirdre takes care of her younger sister.
take care!hitainterj
take off, toto take off shoes, boots, socks, etc.paliv.I.tr
take something, tochuyukav.I.trCarlosku ihkentaraniku chuyukawihchikashi, ihklihchati.Carlos took my umbrella, so I got wet.
take, tochuyukav.I.intrRihkumilikush pitawan, ay'ɛhɛsht'ɛ chuyakawi.To walk to Baton Rouge takes a long time. chuv.I.trHigachish hɛku chu'ᴐki!Take this to your mother!Hahkamuchitosinima namu sam'int'aha. Sahkutahki chu'atan!We didn't bake many cakes. Just take one!to take something away fromkoluv.I.tr
talk, toyanalepiv.II.intrMamiehchi tigachihchi walikatihch, wiranit'ɛsinima yanalepihksinta.When Mamie calls her mother, they talk for hours.yanav.I.intrTostohuhchi tihika sahkushtahahki yuk'aki. Yanakat'ɛhɛ.histahahki. The baby is just one year old. She doesn't speak yet. Luhchi masahki yanakati.She speaks six languages. yanalepiv.II.trKuwatohku kewist'ama 'atehini Garrison umilaku yanalep'uta. Garrison talked to his son about the birds and the bees. yanav.I.trBashahchi yashi. Ihkyan'ar'aha.Basha is mad. She's not speaking to me. Taworunihchi Blaiseku osiku ugachihchi yanati. The teacher talked to Blaise's father and mother.
tall (cannot be used for people)adjhariyaadj
tall (people)adjyuruadjBonniehch yuru. Tehniyuwistaku yuru mishtihki. Bonnie is tall. She is taller than her sweetheart.
talonn*tirwashnChushi utirwashsinima kohchuskan rihki.An owl's talons are short but strong. Utirwash kichu hichut'ɛ rushta tapiwi.The eagle caught a rabbit in its talons*ashkatirwashn
tameadjwistaadjDevlinku uhknara wista hihkut'ɛsinima sakuku.Devlin's tame snake eats rats. Graysonku nokushohku wista uh'ara. Hiskan tira rikini rawi. Uhkyuw'uwahchan.Grayson had a tame bear cub. However it got too big. He had to give it away.
tame, towistav.II.trCalebku nuhki masahki wist'uta.Caleb trained six otters.Petruchioku Katehchi wist'uta. Petruchio tamed Kate. hɛmav.II.tr
tame, to gethɛmav.T.trThis verb can also be Class I.
tan a hide, tohuchilamiv.I.tr
tanagersummer tanagershilawɛyanscarlet tanagermalit'ɛnkuwamalit'ɛn
tanning bednɛhtali tahch'in
tap (water tap)munanGradyku muna ɛpa yɔlawi.Grady left the tap open.
taste good, tolapu lisuYit'ɛwista lapu lisuti.Sweet potatoes taste good. Rihk'ɔsht'elutohku uhkwishiyimohku lapu lisuti. Black drink (yaupon holly tea) tastes good. lapu tɛhpaHahkamuchi hahkamuchiri hɔwashi nisaku, lapu tɛhpati. Bread just out of the oven tastes good. Imat, tishki lapu tɛhpati. Tokuhch uhklis'ɔtan!The soup tastes good to me. Please taste it!
taste, tolisuv.I.trTatishuma lisukani.I taste the meat.lisuv.T.intrKewista lapu lisuti.Honey tastes good. tɛhpav.T.intrKɔra hayihta rawukati tirishi, Calindahchi saku tɛhp'ata'aha.Calinda doesn't taste the food before putting it on the table. Nara uhktishuma kapashinahka tɛhpakati.Snake meat tastes like chicken.Ɔnderishi kɔr'ɛhɛtan! Yashani tɛhpati.Don't drink the milk! It tastes sour.
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