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abanzh ni a lodge pole; a rafter

abashkwebiigininjiishin vai s/he gets a blister or blisters on h/ hand

abashkwebiigizi vai s/he has a blister or blisters

abashkwebiigizideshin vai s/he gets a blister or blisters on h/ foot

abaabas vta smudge, cense h/

Paired with: abaabasan vti

abaabasan vti smudge, cense it

Paired with: abaabas vta

(detransitive) abaabasige vai s/he smudges, censes things
abaabasige vai s/he smudges, censes things

abaabaso vai s/he smudges, censes h/ self

abaabaswi vta [NI]

abaabas vta

abaagamide vii it (a liquid) warms up, is warm, is lukewarm

abaagamide-nibi ni warm water, lukewarm water

abaagamizan vti warm it (as a liquid)

(detransitive) abaagamizige vai s/he warms (things) up as liquids
abaagamizige vai s/he warms (things) up as liquids

abaasandeke vai s/he basks in the sun

abaaso vai s/he warms up in the sun

Paired with: abaate vii

abaate vii it warms up (of the weather)

Paired with: abaaso vai

abaawiganezo vai s/he warms h/ (own) back

abi vai s/he is at home, sits in a certain place

Paired with: ate vii

(applicative) abiitan vti live in, occupy it (applicative) abiitaw vta sit up with h/ (e.g., the deceased at a wake) (derived noun) abiwin ni a room, a living room
abide vii it is warmed at a fire or stove

Paired with: abizo vai

abininjiizo vai s/he warms h/ (own) hands

abinoojiinh na a child

(verb of being) abinoojiinyiwi vai s/he is a child (verb of pretending) abinoojiinyikaazo vai s/he pretends to be a child
abinoojiinyens na a baby

abinoojiinyikaazo vai s/he pretends to be a child

abinoojiinyiwi vai s/he is a child

abinoonjii na

abinoojiinh na