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  • n. Obsolete form of willow.

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  • n. Willow.


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  • See EVENING; • mida'ch dentalia shells that na'k'idilyay MIDNIGHT are too small for use as money, night falls: 'ilwi¬ it's getting to be night, night is falling; worn as a decorative necklace wilwe: t¬' night has come, night fell; na: lwe't¬ 'night needle: mi¬-wa'yo: s [=' wwJh it-one pulls (thread) has come again.

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