Words in Lakota for lemma spread (1)

bláya

Meaning level, plane
Comment šina wą yuha hinapa na - egnaka
Original entry bláya ‘level, plane’ C
Sources RTC

bláya, yu-

Meaning open, spread out, unfold, make level
Original entry bláya, yu- ‘open, spread out, unfold, make level šina wą yuha hinapa na - egnaka’. B-634
Sources EB: 634

bláblaya, yu- egnaka

Meaning lay out and spread e.g. a blanket
Original entry bláblaya, yu- egnaka ‘lay out and spread e.g. a blanket’ B-634
Sources EB: 634

bláya, ka-

Meaning make level by beating, e.g. a holy place; to open, as the eyes of a young dog for its first sight
Original entry bláya, ka- ‘make level by beating, e.g. a holy place; to open, as the eyes of a young dog for its first sight’ B-270
Sources EB: 270

bláya, na-

Meaning make level or smooth with the foot; to become level, spread out
Original entry bláya, na- ‘make level or smooth with the foot; to become level, spread out’ B-341
Sources EB: 341

bláya, pa-

Meaning spread out, e.g. dough; to make level; to iron e.g. clothes, to make smooth.
Original entry bláya, pa- ‘spread out, e.g. dough; to make level; to iron e.g. clothes, to make smooth.’ B-422
Sources EB: 422

bláya, wa-

Meaning make flat with a knife, to have off lumps etc.
Original entry bláya, wa- ‘make flat with a knife, to have off lumps etc.’ B-511
Sources EB: 511

bláya, wo-

Meaning spread out by blowing or punching
Original entry bláya, wo- ‘spread out by blowing or punching’ B-595
Sources EB: 595

bláya, ya-

Meaning make level with the teeth
Original entry bláya, ya- ‘make level with the teeth’ B-617
Sources EB: 617