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From: C_ANGEL6/30/00 10:26 AM 
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Ta, no, not; -ai)i, not at all:-has(-Iii, never,
Ta, how-,-eigileti, how large-,-el,-iqtti, how soon;- eliiiaxit, what color;-hats(-Ii, how will it be; Iiiiaeltiot, what is it like.-t?e lie(.-Izeii, liow then liow is it,-segek, how long;-sliaki, how Ion,-, tc lic,it, liow inany; how many times;-t(--/zi. how III LLI>ILLI>I>C II.
Ta. wlici-e-. talli, whitherwards; ittidacliqtii, whereabouts, towards where;-iintschi, whence, wherefrom;-it-o, towards where.
Ta likhikqui, at what time.
Ta pemi, about, about this time.
Taan, where;-a iii?dachqtii, wliich then-,-Iza. how then.
Taat, as if, like.
Tachan, wood; piece of wood, (arch., A.)
Tachani(leu, woody, full of wood.
Tachpachelensuwi, low, little, humble.
Tachpachihflla, in the afternoon.
Tachpachiwi, humble, modest; little, low.
Tachpachsu, low; (indefinite term referrin- to condition. A.)
Tachpamsin, to be less, to be lower.
Tachpatamauwan, to keep or preserve unto somebody.
Tachpawewagan, advice, commandment.
Tachquahamoakan, parched meal.
Tachquahoakan, mortar, mill
Tachquahoakaiiiminschi, guin tree.
Tachquahoaken, tO POLind, to -,rind.
Tachquallonikan, pair of scissors.
TachqLiai-nbeso, tied together.
Tachqtiatten, frozen; (frozen together. A.
Tacii(juihilleu, it joins close to,2etlier.
TachqLlinschehikaii, pair of pincers.
Tacliqtiipoa(,an, feast.
TachqLiipuiii, to liold a feast@-alioultitit-i, to liol(i a love feast.
Tacllqtiiwi, to-ether.
Tactiqtioak, fall; autut-n.n. taclzqliogike, Z., next fall.
Tachqtioakcheen, fall hunt.
TacliqLloakches, fall skin.
Tacliqtioakike, in the fall.
Tacliquoch, land turtle.
Tachqtioiidikan, pair of pincers.
Tachsi-iu, it hails.
Tachtakan, thick, stiff.
Tachtamse, now and then, often.
Tahakan, paddle oar; (always with the possessives, ii', k', it,' etc. A.)
Tahunnan. to arrest somebody, to take some one prisoner.
Taiachquoan, bridce; atta tajachgonewi? Z., is there tD no bridge?
Takachquiminschi, white wood, linden tree.
Takachsin, lead.
Takan (pl., ik), another, other.
Takanilaku, moderately warm evening.
Takeet, perhaps, I don't know.
Takindamen, to count, to read.
Takomen, to come from some where.
Takpeu, wet, damp, soft, soaked; (tahokpeu, he is cold from wet. A.)
Takquak (pl., ik), other, second, the rest.
Taktani, I don't know, I don't know where; somewhere perhaps; be it where it may.
Takta undachqui, anywhere.
Takta untschi, from somewhere.
Talakat, cracked, split.
Talaia, white cedar.
Talattauwoapin, to behold, to view.
Taiawachto, liow dear is it, what does it cost.
Taleka, crane.
Tallachpaje, cold moming.
Taiii, there.
Tamse, sometimes, now and then, perhaps;-nall, once, finally;-ta likhikqtii, once, sometime or other;-tat?7se. now and then.
Tandachgitechton, to shake off.
Taneek, perhaps, I don't know; (takeet. Z.)
Tan-aman, Z., to thrust, to stick.
Tan-ainikan, spear.
Tangawachto, cheap, low-priced.
Taiigawachtohen. to cheapen.
Tangeemhoantit, little spoon.
TangeIendam, to think little of one's self
Tangelensin, to be lowly minded, to be humble.
Tangelensochwen, to walk humbly.
Tangelensowagan, lowliness of mind.
Tangelensuwi, humble, modest.,
Tangetto, short, small.
Tangitehen, to think little of one's self.
Tangitehewagan, humility.
Tangitehewi, humble, modest.
Tangitti, small little; (tanghotit, Z., a little kettle.)
Tani, where; how; (used in questions) then;-Ieu, in what manner then.
Tanikaniminschi, white beech.
Tankalinschawontit, little f-inger.
Tankhakan, basket.
Tankhakanachen, to make baskets.
Tankhannen, little c,reek; (especially the narrows of a stream. A.)
Taquatschin, to freeze, to be cold.
Taquatten, frozen.
Tassenahamohen, to stone.
Tas-senahamolan, to stone somebody.
Tatamse, often, sometimes;-ne leep, there was more done.
Tatandachgoquehellan, to shake the head.
Tatandachgoqueheliewagan, shake of the head.
Tatask, sled.
Tatchen, little.
Tatchendo, but few, very little.
Tatchittu, very little.
Tatchuppekat, shallow water.
Tauchechin, to listen privately.
Tauchsittam, to hear privately.
Tauwachsin, to bum, to use for firewood.
Tauwatawik, an uninhabited place; (achtawawek. A.)
Tauwatawique, in the wilderness.
Tauwiechen, open.
Tauwinachgechi, open arms.
Tauwinipen, beginning of summer, May.
Tauwiquoakan,key.
Tauwunnasin, to be buried.
Tauwunummen, to open
Tawonnalogewagan, labor in vain.
Tawonni, although.
Tawwunasin, Z., to bury; tattwundin, burial place (lit., to put under, ie., the ground; it begins with aq, q'tait. A.)
Tchen, times.
Techi, quite;-matta, not at all, absolutely not, by no means (-takii).
Techthunnentschik, prisoners, captives.
Techtummischikan, candle snuffers.
Tehek, cold.
TekaLiwontowit, the patient, meek, mild God, Lamb of God.
Tekauwussitawan, to show somebody favor.
Tekene, woods, an uninhabited place; (tekenink, H., in the woods.)
Tellamasgeek, Z., a cedar-swamp.
Tellen, ten.
Tellen tchen tchapachki, one thousand.
Temagehikan, water pail.
Temahikan, axe, hatchet.
Temiki, an@; single; something-koeku, anything, something, a single thing.
Temitehemen, to cut off.
Teiigameiid, pierced, stabbed.
Ten-andasuwi, pierced throu-h.
Tenoettik, little.
Tenktitit, little.
Tenktschecheii, open-, (burst open, broken open.,4.
Tepalach-at, deep enough.
Tepawachto, reasonable, not too dear, fair price.
Tepelendam, to have enough, to be satisfied, to be content.
Tepelendamoa-an, sufficiency.
Tepelook, enough of them.
Tepi, enough.
Tepihilleu, it is enough, it answers the purpose.
Tepiken, ripe, full -rown.
Tepilawechoussiii, to be satisfied, to have received satisfaction.
Tepilawelian, to satisfy somebody.
Tepilawen, to satisfy.
Tequipin, to hold a feast.
Tesquachtaminschi, shiver hickory,
Tesquoalintsch, the little fin-er.
Tetanktitit, little one.
TetaLiwiwi, between.
Tetawonkhillentschik, those who have been deceived, misled; (out of use. A.
Tetawonkhillowet, deceiver.
Tetpissin, to be in a like manner, to do in a like manner.
Tetschpihillen, split off, separated from one another.
Tetuppalachgat, rifle; (refers to the groove inside the bore; from tiippeu, spiral, circular. A.)
Tetuptschehellak, wagon, cart; (from tiippett, referring to the wheel. A.)
Teu, it is cold.
T-auchsin, to be good, to be kind, to be meek, to be friendly, to be -ood natured.
T-auchsu, good, mild, gracious.
T-auchsuwaptonen, to speak civil, to speak kind.
T-auchsuwi, good, kind.
Tgauwitti, soft, mild; slowly, by little and little; also tgaitte.
T-auwiwi, slowly, gently.
Tha(litti, a very little while.
Thaquetto, short.
Thiechumin, Z., to bathe,
Thinaquot, Z., cool (anything that looks cold. .4.).
Thitpan, bitter; (tiechtpan, astringent, puckery. A.)
Thitpanihm, white hickory nut; (the root of an herb is called tiechtpan. A.)
Thurman, to arrest somebody; to take somebody prisoner: (tacli'hiiiiiian. A.)
Tliuppeek, spring, well; (means simply cool water.
Ti2ainikat, cold house-, (cold room. A.)
TihilleLl. it is cold.
Tilaku. cool evening.
Timmeu, wolf; (out of use. A.)
Tiiiajappawe, cold morning.
Tindeuchen, to make fire.
Tindey, fire.
Tiniioha-an, first finaer.
Tipasi-awan, hen coop @ (kikipslzican. A.)
Tipatit, little chicken.
Tiskemanis, little fisher bird.
To-enan, to waken somebody.
To-endowa-an, wakenin-,
To-ihillan, to arise, to awake.
Tombikaii, crab apple, wild apple.
Tonktschechen, the door is open.
Tonktschechton, to open the door.
Tonktschenemen, to open.
Tonktschequoakan, key.
Topalowagan, war.
Topalowilenno, Z., a warrior; pl., netopallisak.
Topalowoagan, Z., war-time (scout, skirmisher. A.).
Topan, white frost.
Topi, Z., the alder tree (Alnus rubra?).
Towin, Z.. to wade, to ford (towen, he is walking in the water. A.)
Tpis-auwi, just alike, even.
Tpis,-,auwiechton, to do something just so, to make it alike, to make it even, to make it right.
Tpis.-auwihhilleu, the time is at hand; it falls upon.
Tpisqui, just alike, even, just so; against, over, opposite; (tipiskawi. A.)
Tpisquihilleu, the time is at hand; it falls upon.
Tpittawe, altogether; all together.
Tpoku, last night; (arch., A.)
Tpoquik, by night; (tipocuniwi gischuck, Z., the moon.)
Tschachgachtin, stump; (properly, a crooked limb tom off. A.)
Tschachoihilleu, tom off, broken, slipped off; (i2iach-gihilleu, wrenched, violently torn; tschachgilleu means straightened out, something crooked made straight. A.)
Tschachquochgamen, short day.
Tschallaan, Z., an Indian bedstead.
Tschannauchsin, to be blamable, to sin, to transgress.
Tschannauchsowa-an, misbehavior, fault, trespass.
Tschannelendam, to consider, to be in doubt, to scruple.
Tschannelendamoagan, doubt, scruple.
Tschannilissin, to do wrong, to make wrong.
Tschannindewagan, difference, disagreement.
Tschanninquanukgun. my eyes were kept from discerning.
Tschannistammen, to misunderstand.
Tschannistammoewagan, misunderstanding.
Tschansittamen, to hear wrong.
Tschansittamoewagan, hearing wrong.
Tschemamus, Z., a hare.
Tschepsit, stranger.
Tschetschpat, otherwise, differently; it does not join together.
Tschetschpenammen, to separate.
Tschetschpi, different, unlike; asunder, apart.
Tschetschpiechen, asunder, to separate.
Tschetschpihilleu, split, split asunder, broken off, it cracks, it splits asunder.
Tschetschpissin, to disagree, to wrangle.
Tschibhattenamin, to be indisposed in mind.
Tschiechachpoakan, roasting spit.
Tschiechliammen, to comb; (out of use; now wuliechquammen. A.)
Tschigantschi, wholly, entirely, full, enough, all;- likhiqui, as soon as.
Tschihoapekelis, bluebird.
Tschikachpoochwe, sled.
Tschikenum, turkey; (arch., A.)
Tschikhammen, to sweep; (tschik ik kammen, A.)
Tschikhikan, broom.
Tschilchwehamen, Z., to castrate.
Tschimakan, paddle, oar.
Tschimalus, bluebird.
Tschimamus, rabbit.
Tschimhammen, to row; to paddle.
Tschinga, pike fish.
Tschingalsu, stiff, unbending.
Tschin-teuna, Z., south side of a hill.
Tsciiinque, Z., a wild cat (nianque. A.)
Tschipelendam, to think disagreeable; to be unpleasant.
Tschipelendamoagan, strangeness, oddness.
Tschipev, spirit, ghost; (also applied to the dead body. A.)
Tschipilek, strange, wonderful.
Tschipileu, strange, bad accident; awful.
Tschipinaquot, it looks strange, it looks disagreeable.
Tschipinaxu, he seems strange, uncommonly unpleasing.
Tschipisin, to have a fit, to get fits.
Tschipsoagan, uncommonness.
Tschiquoalale, a muscle; (a snail, refers to the spiral form of the shell. A.)
Tschiquoalaletit, little muscle; (a small snail, see above. A.)
Tschisgihilleu, wiped out, rubb@d out; (scraped, applied to the skin when scratched, etc. A.)
Tschis-okus, robin.
Tsciiiskhaiiii-nen, to wipe off, to blot Out.
Tschitati,ii-nbeso, tied fast.
Tsciiitanatteii, hard frozen.
Tschitatiek, fast, stroniz.
Tsciiitanennan, to hold somebody fast.
Tschitaiiessoa-an, Z., authority, power.
Tschitaiieti, stron-.
Tsciiitaiii, stron(y.
Tschitailiechtoii, to make fast, to make stron(y.
Tsciiitaiii(jacheil, established. firm, sure.
Tschitanissiii, to be stronL
Tschitaiii(,apawiii, to stand fast.
Tsciiitaiiissoheii, to strengthen.
Tschitanissowaoan, power, capability-, stren-tli.
Tschitanissowa-aiiit, he who is strenctli.
Tsciiitaiiitauwan, to strengthen somebody.
Tschitaniteheii, to stand firm in mind-, to persevere.
Tschit2tissin, to be silent.
Tschitqui, silent
Tsciiitquihilleu, he is silent.
Tschitsch, again, once more-, yet, still; still more;-ic-lieii. a-ain as much.
Tscholens, bird @ (not in use. See A ii,eliellett. A.)
Tscholentit, little bird.
Tschoskiii, Z., to ford. to wade.
Tschukquilques, Z., a locust (insect).
TscilLLI>Ippik, root-. (tscliul)pik, root generic, also medicine. A.)
Tschuppiiiamen, it seems odd, it looks stran-e.
Tschutti, Z., a comrade. a friend. ii'tschit. niv friend.
Tsiheniken, to milk.
Tskeiiiiak, black bird: (now tschlikqlialle. .4.
Tspat. different, unlike, strange, unusual: separately.
Tspinaqtiot, it looks quite otherwise.
Tspitiaxu, he looks strancle.
Tspiwi, separately.
Tsquall, frog.
Ttilpe, turtle, water turtle.
Ttimliican, an axe; see
Tuppehelleu, it flows out. it runs out: )
Tuptschehelieu, it roils, it revolves.
Tutaam, to set on. to set at, to incite one to do something.

 
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From: Cherokee21 DelphiPlus Member Icon7/1/00 12:10 PM 
To: C_ANGEL unread  (2 of 2) 
 143.2 in reply to 143.1 
HEY ANGEL......
What happened to A-S ? Wow, you guys have a limited vocabulary<smile>
 

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