Words in Lakota for lemma comb > ravel out

-swá, ka-

Meaning make lint; to curry
Original entry -swá, ka- ‘make lint; to curry’ B-290a
Sources EB: 290a

-swá, na-

Meaning the word is used to denote what is done when one steps e.g . on a silk dress and it stretches partly, i.e. the thread tears one way
Original entry -swá, na- ‘the word is used to denote what is done when one steps e.g . on a silk dress and it stretches partly, i.e. the thread tears one way’ B-358a (?)
Sources EB: 358a

-swá, na-

Meaning rip, tear into fringe, to fray
Original entry -swá, na- ‘rip, tear into fringe, to fray’ B-816b
Sources EB: 816b

-swá, ya-

Meaning pick in pieces with the teeth
Original entry -swá, ya- ‘pick in pieces with the teeth’ B-627b
Sources EB: 627b

-swá, ya- ; yaswáka

Meaning pick in pieces with the teeth
Original entry -swá, ya-= yaswáka ‘pick in pieces with the teeth’ EJ
Sources EJ

-swá, yu-

Meaning ravel out e.g. a stocking, to pick to pieces e.g. wool
Original entry -swá, yu- ‘ravel out e.g. a stocking, to pick to pieces e.g. wool’ B-650b
Sources EB: 650b