steti [*ste/ti]
common noun. stinging nettles; the juice from the leaves burns the skin, but in the spring the sprouts are eaten as a tonic and fibre is used for making twine and nets
Scientific name: Urtica dioica
../mp3s/s/steti-dl-hb-03.mp3 Ḵ'odza steti. Da łat ksi'yenst adat hadikbaałt. Cut the nettles. After the leaves are off they split them.
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Nettle Twine. Photograph courtesy of Nancy Turner.
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Photograph courtesy of Nancy Turner.

Related entries: Spelling Variant stüti  nettles

Bibliographic sources: Dunn, Practical Dictionary entry 1769. Dunn, Practical Dictionary entry: 1894.
Source: Draft Dictionary entry.