L The 8th letter of the alphabet (definition and spelling check incomplete) 

LA see AELA

lah.PA.nv n. antlion

LAK.cv n. acorn

lak.cv-o.NA:yv n. FLOR walking stick the insect)

lak.cv.PË: n. oak; black oak;

lak.cv.pe.CA:te n. red oak

lak.cv.pe.HVT.ke n. water oak

lak.cv.pe.LA:ne n. red oak

lak.cv.pe.LVS:te n. black oak

lak.së:ce.TV v. to make it appear that someone is a liar

lak.se.TV v. to lie, to tell a falsehood

LAK.sv n. hoof

lak.sv-FVS.ke n. OLDER WORD deer (Old time circumlocution)

la.lau.ke (plural) see LAUKE

LA.në: modif. green; brown; yellow; green of an unripe fruit;

la.në:ce.TV v. to make green; to make brown; to make yellow;

LA.në:-MA.hë n. an evergreen

la.në:PAP:ke n. lettuce

la.së:ce.TV v. to make lick, to make taste

la.se.TV v. to taste, to lick

LAT.ke.tv v. to fail

lat.KV n. June bug

LAU.kë modif. deep

LAU.kë:-MA.hë: modif. deepest

la:we.TV v. to dig up new land, as with a grubbing hoe

LË: n. l--the letter "L"

LE.ce n. a boil on the body

le.ce-KA:kv n. small pox

le.ce.kv see ELE-CESKV

‘le-CES.kv see ELE-CESWKV

le-COK.pv n. FLOR centipede

LE.cv p. under beneath, below him/her/it --n. a place below

‘le.EC.ke seeELE-ECKE

le.ets.cha English spelling; see LËSCV

le-HA:yv n. OKLA three-legged cast iron pot used for cooking over a fire, cauldron, kettle

le-ha.yv.HVT.ke n. enamel pan

le-ha:yv-tv.PEK.se n. cast iron skillet with three legs

le-ho.MAH.te n. scout; peacemaker, ombudsman

le-ho.mah:tu.CE n. ARCHAIC scout’s companion

le-ho.mah.tv.KE (plural) see LE-HOMAHTE

le.hv.ne.TV v. to scold back

le.kap:pe.TV v. to flash, to flame

le.këp:lë:ye.TV v. to glisten

LEK.hë: n. warm, like coffee or food

lek.hi.ce.TV v. to heat up food or beverage, to make warm

lek.ho.WË: n. sores

le.KOT.kë: modif. warm, like the weather,warm feeling

le.kot.i.ce.TV v. to warm up, such as a room, to make warm

le.kot.HO:fv n. toward the south

le.KOT:hv n. the south in the U. S. Civil War

le.KVC.wë: modif. nasty, dirty, filthy

le.kv.fe.TV v. to break up something, like a chair, to take apart a building

le.kvf.le.TV v. (plural) see LEKVFETV

le.kvc.le.WË (plural) see LEKVCWË

le.kv.kap:pe.TV v. to twinkle like stars

LEK.wë: modif. rotten, decayed, rusted --n. a sore; rust;

lek.wë:es.SE.kv n. salve, ointment

LEK.we.tv v. to rot

lek.wu.CE modif. slightly rusted, a small sore

lem.a.po.he.ce.tv v. to eavesdrop on

le.ME.tv v. to hand something to

LEM.kë: modif. plucked

len.tap:hue.ce.TV (plural) see LENTAPPËCETV

len.tap:pë:ce.TV v. to make one trip

len.tap:pe.TV v. to stumble, to trip

len.tap:pue.ce.TV see LENTAPPËCETV

le-O:cv n. three-legged cast iron pot used for cooking over a fire, cauldron, kettle

le-PAK.fë: modif. slimy --n. phlegm

‘le.PAK.ko see ELE PAKKO

lep.lë:ye.TV v. to flicker, flame, suptter, like a lamp

le.PVF.kë: modif. slimy

LËS:cv interj. an exclamation used at the end of a traditional formula

le.SEK.në: modif. leaning, like a building

LES.ke: modif. old (of something inanimate)

le-SOL.kv n. OKLA centipede

le-sol.kv-RAK.ko n. centipede

le.sem e:ha:ke.TV v. to hold something for someone

le.te.ci.ce.TV v. to run off, to make one run; to run something

le.te.fe.TV see LEKVFETV

le.tef.ke.TV v. to droop, to be loose-fitting, like clothes

let.ke.TV v. to run (of one)

LET.kv n. runner

LËT.kv n. Leetka--a modern Creek name

le.TOK.kë: modif. unable to act due to fright, shock, etc., exhausted

le-tok:TOS.wv n. ankle

le-tor:ko.WV n. knee

le.tv.fe.tv see LEKVFETV

li.ce.TV v. to seat, set, make one sit; to house, to keep, i.e. a baby; to enroll

li.ke.TV v. to sit, be situated, exist; to live, to reside (singular)

lo.CA n OKLA a turtle, terrapin, tortoise

lo.CV n. FLOR see LOCA

LO.cv-HVP.rë: n. turtle shell

lo.CO.wv n. a jug or jar made of clay, a sofkey jar

LOK.cë: modif. ripe

LOK.ce.tv v. to ripen (CRDS)

lok.ci.ce.TV v. to ripen, to make ripe; to produce a crop of something (Martin and Mauldin)

LOK.cv n. fruit, nuts, acorns, etc.

LOK.cv.pë n. oak tree, any variety

lo.ke.TV v. to devour, eat all of, eat all of, finish off a food or drink

lo.KU.së n. a bear; see also NOKOSË and NOKUSË

LO:kv n. one who eats everything up

lom.he.TV v. to lie down (of three or more)

lom.lo.he.TV v. to lie separately (of three or more)

lom.lo.hi.ce.TV v. to lay three or more down in several places; to establish;

lo.PA.kv n. slippery or slick elm

LO.pe n. his/her liver

lo.pe-CVP.ko n. spleen

lo.pe-ho.PVN.ke n. inflammation of the liver

lo.PI.cë: modif. nice (of a person), kind; good, proper, well-behaved;

lo.pe.ce.TV v. to be nice, kind, benevolent; to be good, well-behaved; to make better, improve

lo.po.ce.ci.ce.TV (plural) see CUTECICETV

lo.PVTS.kë modif. small, little

lo.WUC.kë modif. soft

lu.cv em pv.ta.kv see CETTO ENTOPV

lu.cv em v.pët.të see CETTO ENTOPV

lu.cv em pv.ta.kv see CETTO ENTOPV

lu.cv-fot:ku.CE n. FLOR cooter

lu.cv-hor.KO.pv n. Western chicken turtle

lu.cv-HUEH.kv n. FLOR gopher turtle

lu.cv-HVR.pe n. turtle shell

lu.cv-lu.pe.RAK.ko n. ARCHAIC an herb

lu.cv-pu.SE n. midge

lu.cv-RAK.ko n. snapping turtle; loggerhead turtle; FLOR leatherback sea turtle

lu.cv-so.PA:nv n. shell shaker--one of the dancers in the Turtle Shell dance

Lu.cv-So.PVN.kv v. Turtle Shell Dance--a traditional dance in which turtle shell rattles are placed on the legs

lu.cv-SVO.ka n. turtle rattle; three-toed box turtle

lu.cv-to.KOC.ke n. ornate box turtle

lu.cv-tv.KVC.we n. razor-backed musk turtle

lu.cv-cv.TVM.kv n. ARCHAIC FLOR hawk’s-bill sea turtle

lu.cv-YËK.cv n. a type of turtle, possibly Ouachita map turtle

lue.ye.TV v. to hoe

LVC.ce n. its limb, branch

lvc.ce-RAK.ko n. giant (a mythical character)

lvc.cu.CE n. branch of a tree LV.cv n. a branch or limb of a tree [cf. vpë]

LV.cë n. a branch or limb of a tree [cf. vpë]

lv.cek.SË: modif. lopsided (singular)

lv.ces.lv.KË: (plural) see LVCEKSË

LVC.pë: modif. wet

lvc.pe.ce.TV v. to wet, to make wet

lvf.fe.TV v. to cut (using a knife), carve, cut someone with a knife

LVF.kat: n. cut, gash, where someone is cut

LVF.kë: modif. gashed, cut

lv.KA:hë: modif. spotted, piebald

lv.ka:hë:.ce.TV v. to spot, to make spotted

LVM.he n. eagle, any variety

lvm.he-KAH.le n. ARCHAIC golden eagle

LVO.kë: modif. deep, as a lake

lvo.ke.TV v. to rise, like a river, to flood

lvo.lv.KË: (plural) see LVOKË

lv.pat:të:ce.TV v. to dart out the tongue, like a snake

lv.pat:tue.ce.TV v. see LVPATTËCETV

lv.pe.CI.cët: modif. quickly

lv.pe.ci.ce.TV v. to hurry

LVP.kë: modif. quick

LVP.ken: modif quickly

lvp.ku.CE n. minute, a division of an hour

lvp.la:ke.TV v. to lap, like a dog

lvp.lv.pë:ce.TV v. to lap up

lv.po.te.CE.tv v. to straighten

lv.po.te.TV v. to straighten

lv.POT.kë: modif. straight, like a stick, a road; direct, straightforward

lv.pot.le.TV v. to be straight; to be direct, straightforward

lv.pot.lv.KË: (plural) see LVPOTKË

lv.PV n. snail

lv.PVT.ke n. an area outside of town in the country; high lands;

lv.PVT.kë: n. out in the woods, out in the country

lv.PVT.kën: n. ARCHAIC on the shore

lvs.lv.TË: modif. (plural) see

lv.SEK.në: see LESEKNË

LVS.TË: modif. black

lvs.të:TË:.ce.TV v. to blacken something

lvs.te-es.CO:kv n. ARCHAIC ink

lv.tah.lë:ce.TV v. to rend, to tear in pieces

lvt.kv.TV v. to fall (singular)