Words in Lakota for lemma firm (2)

tʔį́za

Meaning hard, stiff, firm, strong
Original entry tʔį́za ‘hard, stiff, firm, strong’ C
Sources RTC

patʔį́za

Meaning stiffen by kneading
Original entry patʔį́za ‘stiffen by kneading’ B-436b
Sources EB: 436b

tʔįza, ayú-

Meaning squeeze
Original entry tʔįza, ayú- ‘squeeze’ B-108
Sources EB: 108

tʔį́za, ka-

Meaning pound tight, make tight or firm
Original entry tʔį́za, ka- ‘pound tight, make tight or firm’ B-294
Sources EB: 294

tʔį́za, na-

Meaning press hard with the foot
Original entry tʔį́za, na- ‘press hard with the foot’ B-361
Sources EB: 361

tʔį́za, pa-

Meaning make stiff by kneading, as in mixing up bread, to press down tight
Original entry tʔį́za, pa- ‘make stiff by kneading, as in mixing up bread, to press down tight’ B-436
Sources EB: 436

tʔį́za, wo-

Meaning tighten make tight by punching; to blow up tight e.g. a bladder
Original entry tʔį́za, wo- ‘tighten make tight by punching; to blow up tight e.g. a bladder’ B-611
Sources EB: 611

tʔį́za, ya-

Meaning make firm with the mouth, to affirm
Original entry tʔį́za, ya- ‘make firm with the mouth, to affirm’ B-630
Sources EB: 630