ǃqʻàma

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ǃqʻàma ‎(tone II, class 2, plural ǃqʻàma-tê)

  1. stickgrass (Aristida congesta subsp. congesta Roem. et Schucht); used to bring luck to the hunter in the ritual involving the brushing of blood from incisions between the eyebrows.

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