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Chayaya, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). v.t. To hold up (as claws).

Che, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). A house. Syn: Chisei.

Cheachiu-shiyeye, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. Fits. Syn: Pitke-tashum.

Cheappe, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). An illegitimate child. Syn: Chiap-pise.

Chearaita, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). v.i. To be untouched. To escape untouched or unseen. To be without (as without a beard or whiskers). As:—Rek kuru poka chearaita, "a young fellow without whiskers." Syn: Chieahaita.

Cheka, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. The roof of a house.

Chep, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. Fish. Called chiep in some districts. Chep atkochi, "a fishes tail." Chep koiki, "to fish." Chep rupi, "a shoal of fish." Chep tui, "fish entrails." Chep up, "The soft roe of fish." Chep mim, "the flesh of fish." Chep ram, "fish scales."

Chep-chiporo, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. The spawn of any kind of fish with the exception of that of herrings. Herring spawn is called homa.

Chep-ehapuru, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). v.i. To become soon hungry.

Chep-enishte, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). v.i. To be able to endute hunger well.

Chepen-kute-kina, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. Iris sibirica, L.

Chep-furukappo, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. Old fish-skins.

Chep-kap, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. Fish-skins.

Chepkap-hosh, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. Leggings made of fish-skin.

Chep-mokrap, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. The pectoral fins of fishes.

Chep-motot, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. The hack-bone of a fish.

Cheppo, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. A young fish. Little fish.

Chep-ram, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. Fish scales.

Cheshikiraine, (Symbol missingJapanese characters)

(Symbol missingJapanese characters). v.t. To pity.

Chieshikiraine, (Symbol missingJapanese characters)

Cheuko, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. Twins.

Cheure, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). n. A foot. The toes.

Chi, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). pro. The first person pl. pronoun. Syn: Chi utara. Chi okai utara.

Chi, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). part. When the particle Chi is prefixed to some nouns and active verbs it has a kind of adjectival and passive force. As:—Mipi, "clothing," chi-mipi, "ready made clothes." Pereba, "to cleave." Chipereba ni, "cleft wood."

Chi, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). adj. Wet dirt. Mud. Filth.

Chi, (Symbol missingJapanese characters). adj. Cooked. Ripe. Dry. Dead. Withered.