Z., the sole of the foot (pochsitawi, the flat
of the foot. A.)
Uchtehelisch, palm of the hand.
Uchtuchen, Z., a bough, a branch.
Ulakaiialien, to make dishes: (wooden dishes, A.)
Ulakanahtinschi, elm tree;ulakanahemunschi, Z.
Ulakunipoagan, supper; (lit., the evening meal, A.)
Ulepen, onion, (not in use; at present wi'nonsch,
Unami, one of the 3 tribes of the Lenni Lenape or Delawares.
Undaaktschehellan, to jump hither.
Undach, here, this way.
Undachoamen, this side the water.
Undachlenni, hand it here.
Undachlitti, a little this way.
Undachqui, hither, this way, that way.
Undaptonen, to speak thereof.
Undauchsin, to live from, to live on.
Undauchsowgan, food to live upon.
Undeiiummen, to take from.
Undoochwen, to come or go for something.
Unidsoagan, Z., an accident; wundso, he
Unitschaanin, Z.. to beget a child, to bring forth
Unk, in, in the, on, out of.
Untschi, of, by, therefore; from: with; concerning.
Untschihilleu, to come from somewhere rapidly, to flow
Uschewinaxu, painful. (he looks weakly or in pain. A.
Uschumallsin, to feel sorrowful, to feel pitiful.
Uschuwamallsin, to feel grief, to feel sorrow.
Uschuwauchsoagan, troublesome life, sorrowful life.
Uschuwelemuwi, miserable, painful, burthensome.
Uschuwelendam. to be grieved, to be troubled in mind,
to be burdened with labor, sorrow or trouble.
Uschuwinaxowagan, sorrowful look. painful look.
Uteney, city, town; (utaney. A.)
Utsche, fly; (utcheuwes. A.)