Words in Lakota for lemma cut (1)

ká, pa-

Meaning push down or break down e.g. ribs of an animal
Comment nasalized A
Original entry ká, pa- ‘push down or break down e.g. ribs of an animal’ B-427b
Sources EB: 427b

ka, ipá-

Meaning draw back, as meat from ribs when cooked, or as husks of corn when ripe; prop up (with a stick)
Original entry ka, ipá- ‘draw back, as meat from ribs when cooked, or as husks of corn when ripe’ B-230b; ‘prop up (with a stick)’ EJ
Sources EB: 230b; EJ

ká, pa-

Meaning split or cut a slit in for an arrowhead
Original entry ká, pa- ‘split or cut a slit in for an arrowhead’ B-427b
Sources EB: 427b

ká, wa-

Meaning cut or strip, as the feather from a quill; to cut off e.g. the ribs of an animal; to split a quill in the middle
Original entry ká, wa- ‘cut or strip, as the feather from a quill; to cut off e.g. the ribs of an animal; to split a quill in the middle’ B-523b
Sources EB: 523b

káhA, wa-

Meaning split, as the feather end of a quill
Original entry káhA, wa- (nasalized A) ‘split, as the feather end of a quill’ B-524a
Sources EB: 524a

ká, ya-

Meaning split with the mouth, as the feather end of a quill
Original entry ká, ya- ‘split with the mouth, as the feather end of a quill’ B-622a
Sources EB: 622a

ká, yu-

Meaning strip off e.g. the feather part of a quill
Original entry ká, yu- ‘strip off e.g. the feather part of a quill’ B-641a
Sources EB: 641a