The adventure of an Omaha

Ni┤ashi˝ga wi˝┤a┤xchi ti┤ wi˝a┤xchi 'a┤bae atha┤-biama┤, wa'u┤ shi˝┤gazhi˝┤ga eda┤be
Man / one / tent / one / hunting / he went, they say, / woman / child / also /

zhu┤wagi┤gthe. Go˝┤ki ti┤-biama┤ uchi┤zhe ko˝┤hadi. Ki nu┤ aka┤ mo˝┤ ke he┤gazhi
he with them, his own. / And / they camped, they say / undergrowth / by the edge of. / And / man / the (sub.) / arrow / the (ob.) / a great many /

athi˝┤-biama┤. Wahu┤to˝thi˝ thinfgai┤ tedi┤-biama┤. Ki ti┤-biama┤ ki, go˝┤ki 'a┤bae
he had, they say. / Gun / they had none / when, they say. / And / they camped, they say / when, / after a while (?) / hunting /

atha┤-biama┤ nu┤ si┤o˝the┤. Ti┤ te o˝┤tha atha┤-biama┤. Pa┤zego˝ 'a┤bae agtha┤-biama┤
went, they say / man / alone. / Tent / the (ob.) / leaving it / he went, they say. / At evening / hunting / he went homeward, they say /

ti┤ te┤di. Ti┤ te esho˝┤ aki┤-bi ki, ku┤ha-biama┤ nu┤ aka┤. Go˝┤xti ku┤ha-bi
tent / to the. / Tent / the (ob.) / near to / he reached home, they say / when, / feared unseen danger, they say / man / the (sub.). / Immediately (?) / feared unseen danger, they say /

ego˝┤, ti┤ te gigtha┤da-biama┤. Ki e┤githe ni┤ashi˝ga a┤higi ti┤ te tha┤thuha┤xchi
having, / tent / the (ob.) / he crawled up on his own they say. / And / behold / men / many / tent / the (ob.) / very nearly /

ie┤naxi┤tha ama┤ma ki, e┤di a┤naza┤di aki┤-biama┤. Go˝┤ hi˝be┤ uto˝┤ ge eda┤be
were attacking it, they say / when, / there / in the rear / he reached home, they say. / And / moccasin / leggings / the (ob.) / also /

gthi┤shnuda┤-bi ego˝┤, waii˝┤ ge eda┤be o˝┤tha-biama┤. Go˝┤ki ti┤ te ie┤naxi┤thai
pulled off his, they say / having, / robe / the (pl. ob.) / also / he left, they say. / And / tent / the (ob.) / they attacked it /

te, e┤kito˝ e┤ shti ie┤naxi┤tha agtha┤-biama┤. I┤thae-bazhi┤xtio˝┤ shtewo˝┤ wa'u┤-biama┤.
when, / at the same time / he / too / to attack / went homeward, they say. / He did not speak at all / notwithstanding / he wounded them, they say. /

E┤githe i┤baho˝┤i-biama┤. Go˝┤ki ni┤ashi˝ga ama┤ o˝┤ha-biama┤. O˝┤ha-bi ki,
At length / he was recognized they say. / And / men / the (sub.) / they fled, they say. / They fled, they say / when, /

Gi┤-ga, gi┤-ga┤, a┤-bi ego˝┤, shi˝┤gazhi˝┤ga, wa'u┤ eda┤be, wa┤gthiza┤-bi ego˝┤, uchi┤zhe
Come, / come, / said, they say / having, / child, / woman / also, / he took them his own, they say / having, / thicket /

ke┤ta zhu┤wagi┤gthe a┤ia┤tha-biama┤. Wi˝e┤shtewo˝ t'e┤thai-bazhi┤-biama┤. Eshno˝┤ he┤gashtewo˝┤zhi
to the / he with them, his own / he had gone, they say. / Not even one / was killed, they say. / He alone / a great many /

t'e┤tha-biama┤.
he killed, they say. /