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vagina*eswayun
Valentine's DaynAshohniyun
vampiretayishitakɔranHɛyatapo kichu, tayishitakᴐrasɛma sihkteliya potashtuk'ᴐhᴐ.Vampires can't see their reflections in the mirror. Orleans Nisa kichu tayishitakᴐraku Lestatku otisaku 'uhkiThe vampire named Lestat dwelled in New Orleans.
vapor (of a concoction)herunin
variegatedrisaadjOruhkitapahchuku mashuwan, Samuelku shihkaliku risa lik'uta.Samuel polished the variegated stone to make a necklace.
variousadjhayihkuadj
vegetableskotitapan
venisonyatishumanTihika yuru Ashut'ɛ yatishuma sakuta. They ate venison on Sundays all year long.
verbtayan"Cassandrahchi wahati" kichu, "wahati" taya.In (the sentence) "Cassandra wept", "wept" is the verb."Paulku tayoluyana" taya uhk'aha.(The sentence) "Paul (is) a lawyer" has no verb (in Tunica). intransitive verbtayalɔtantaya oni sahkuntransitive verbtayanahchunstative verbtayawananstative inchoative verbtayapiranTahch'i RahihtaTahch'i RahihtanTishlina verbTishlinanconditional verbtayak'in
very-sht'ɛadjTahch'i likahtasht'ԑ.The sun is very bright.panuadvLawushi yupahta panu. It was very cold yesterday. panuadvLɔtawi tewali panu.He ran very quickly. Ninnara rukaya panuThe moccasin snake is quite dangerous.
viciouswiratahaadj
villagehal'ukinin
vinelɔpatɛranYasinima lɔpatɛra sakusiti.Deer eat the lɔpatɛra vine. Hayishiku toniku uhkkalin'ukɛni. Tayakupa uhkkalin'uhkɛni. 'Am'ilta unkkal'utahch tahkaku uhkkalin'uhkɛni. Talɔpatɛrakupa uhkkal'utahch, unyanalepihk'utani. Kaku tahkaku uwahkasakuw'ihch uwi onɛni. Hinyatihch kaku talɔpatɛraku 'usakuw'ihc uwi ya'an uhkpiratik'ahchani. The One Above created man. He created deer, too. When he had created them both, he created corn. When he had aslo created the lɔpatɛra, he spoke to the two of them (man and deer). Whichever (one of them) should break and eat the corn was a person. (He) who should eat of the lɔpatɛra would turn into a deer.hɔsanin
vinegarwishiyashaninUhktɛrashki pɔhta hayihta Jemisonku wishyashani hɛsh'uta.Jemison puts vinegar on his boiled greens. wishiyashanWishiyash'ama tihkpohturihkupasa huwakati. She washes her cutting board with vinegar. Ohniyutamihku hayihta Dalmonku wishitᴐrahki hesh'uta. Wishiyash'ama nurk'uta. Dalmon poured wine on his shirt. He cleaned it off with vinegar.
violetadjɔshtaadj
violet (flower)kapashkɔlan
vireored-eyed vireomalitohkun
visible, to bepolehev.st
vomit, tolehuv.I.trTwilahchi tishima yɔta sakutihch, lawu yuru leh'ɔchi. After Twila ate rotten meat, she was vomiting all night long. ruhuv.T.trIhkminuku hiyuhuku sakuwi. Hinyatihch uhkyuhuti.My cat ate grass. Then he threw up.Barnardku elu yahkuhta kashku sakuwihchkashi, uhkruh'ᴐtawan, hachuwishi kᴐrawi.Because Barnard ate some poisonous berries, he drank salt water to make himself vomit. This verb can also be Class I, but transitive Tishlina is strongly preferred.