Comanche Ethnography: Field Notes of E. Adamson Hoebel, Waldo R. Wedel, Gustav G. Carlson, and Robert H. Lowie

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APPENDIX D
Comanche Lexicon

aanuhka,'horn dance', 489

aatueʔaawo, 'horn spoon', 372

(Aboʔeʔnuu), ethnonym, 458

ahe, “I have claimed it”, 407

aho, 'thank you' (Kiowa), 260

Aku, pers. name, Ahko, 296

ana, baby language, 'hurt', 396

anahabikwai, 'vision quest', 445

aratsiʔ,'hoop and pole game', 265, 266, 324, 353, 426

araʔ, 'uncle/nephew', 25, 207, 212, 296, 306, 308, 343, 351, 365, 386, 423, 462

arukaa, 'deer', 86

atsabiʔ, 'great spirit', 246

Atsaci, pers. name, 439, 440

Cheevers, pers. name, Goat, 17, 50, 118, 119, 292, 339, 344, 345, 406

Coby, pers. name, Wild Horse, 5, 118, 198, 200, 248, 295

Cruz, pers. name, Cross, 34, 70, 119, 341

〈daiβ kuhtsu〉, 'fat razorback buffalo', 215

ebitu esi, horse name, 'blue horse', 115

〈eip〉, 'kaolin' or 'marl', 128

ekakoni, bot., a food plant., 138

EkakorohkO, pers. name, Red Necklace, 463

ekakUmaʔ, horse name, 'red male', 115

ekakúuraʔ, 'buffalo calf, 81

ekamitsáaʔ, bot., 'barrel cactus fruit', 140

Ekamurawa, pers. name, Red Crooked Nose, 302

ekanakI, horse name, 'red ear', 115

ekapI, 'red', 81

ekapokopI, bot., 'strawberry', 140

〈Ekarœrœ〉, pers. name, 'blush', 360

ekasanaboʔ, horse name, 'red paint', 115

ekAsapU, 'red dye',127, 128

ekatoi, 'red pipe', 127

Ekatotakape, pers. name, 456

ekawewek, 'red dress insert', 458

Ekawokani, pers. name, Red Young Man, 393

ekawoni, bot., 'red burning', 336

eke esi, horse name, 'roan', 115

Eksiakoro, pers. name, 463

ekwipIsa¿, 'red paint', 488

〈eninmroyain〉, a word in a song, 479

〈eno〉, 'thin hide under the hair', 376

Erksey, pers. name, 34

Esahabit, pers. name, Grey Lying Down, 55

Esananaka, pers. name, Wolf's Noise, 11, 47, 292

Esarosavit, pers. name, White Wolf, 8, 15, 66, 118, 339, 343

Esihabit, pers. name, Milky Way, 50

Esikono, pers. name, Gray Box, 41

esikUhmaʔ, horse name, 'gray male', 115

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Photographs ix
  • Figures xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Part One - The 1933 Comanche Field Party 1
  • Introduction 3
  • The 1933 Field Party Notes 33
  • Part Two - Robert Lowie's 1912 Field Trip 481
  • Introduction 483
  • Lowie's 1912 Field Notes 484
  • Appendix A - Sources of Ethnographic Information in Hoebel (1940) 493
  • Appendix B - Sources of Ethnographic Information in Wallace and Hoebel (1952) 499
  • Appendix C - Sources of Ethnobotanical Information in Carlson and Jones (1940) 511
  • Appendix D - Comanche Lexicon 515
  • References 523
  • Index 533
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