Words in Lakota for lemma creak, squeak

kízA, ka-

Meaning make creak by rubbing, as two trees do that rub against each other, or as door hinges that are not well oiled
Original entry kízA, ka- ‘make creak by rubbing, as two trees do that rub against each other, or as door hinges that are not well oiled’ B-280b, EJ
Sources EB: 280b; EJ

kízA, na-

Meaning make one’s shoes or so creak
Original entry kízA, na- ‘make one’s shoes or so creak’ B-349b, EJ
Sources EB: 349b; EJ

kízA, pa-

Meaning make creak by rubbing
Original entry kízA, pa- ‘make creak by rubbing’ B-428b; ‘violin’ EJ
Sources EB: 428b

kízA, wa-

Meaning violin
Original entry kízA, wa- ‘make a scraping, squeaking noise with a knife or saw’ B-532b, EJ
Sources EJ

kízA, ya-

Meaning make a scraping, squeaking noise with a knife or saw
Original entry kízA, ya- ‘make a grating or creaking noise with the teeth, to gnash’ B-622b, EJ
Sources EB: 532b; EJ

kízA, yu-

Meaning make a grating or creaking noise with the teeth, to gnash
Original entry kízA, yu- ‘make creak’ B-642a
Sources EB: 622b; EJ