Words in Lakota for lemma gesture

tʔáptʔapa, ka-

Meaning to signify by a certain gesture of the head (sic) that expresses contempt, dislike, hatred etc.; it consists in opening one’s closed fist and moving it toward the object disliked and thus making the fingers outstretched; or in snapping one’s finger in the sign of contempt.
Original entry tʔáptʔapa, ka- ‘to signify by a certain gesture of the head (sic) that expresses contempt, dislike, hatred etc.; it consists in opening one’s closed fist and moving it toward the object disliked and thus making the fingers outstretched; or in snapping one’s finger in the sign of contempt’. B-294
Sources EB: 294