Miwāfu Dictionary - chi

chidóna /tɕi.ꜛdo.na/ v. 1. To throw or cause many small problems in rapid succession.
chidōna /tɕi.doː.na/ n. 1. Pebbles or small rocks.
chifu /tɕi̥.ɸɯ̥/ adj. 1. Long.
chifúmo /tɕi.ꜛɸɯ.mo/ n. 1. Cold weather.
chimōga /tɕi.moː.ɡa/ n. 1. A measurement of distance. 2. A surveyor's chain of 66 feet or 4 romōga.
chimòga /tɕi.ꜜmo.ɡa/ v. 1. To measure or pace something out that is approximately a chimōga distance. 2. To measure something out in terms of chimōga distance.
chirùni /tɕi.ꜜɾɯ.ni/ n. 1. Warm weather.
chisogúra /tɕi̥.so.ꜛɡɯ.ɾa/ n. 1. A physical and spiritual call for help from other clan members.
chisogūra /tɕi̥.so.ɡɯː.ɾa/ v. 1. To make a spiritual call for help from other clan members.
chisokúku /tɕi̥.so.ꜛkɯ.kɯ̥/ n. 1. The amount of water a clan needs in a day. 2. A volume of liquid equal to 66 kokéku. 3. (OOW) A volume of liquid equal to 264 liters.