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gidasan vti roast it to remove something, parch it [wild rice]

(benefactive) gidasamaw vta parch (it) for h/ (detransitive) gidasige vai s/he roast things (to remove something), parches wild rice (verb of undergoing) gidasigaade vii it is roasted (to remove something), is parched [of wild rice] (derived noun) gidasigan ni parched wild rice
giishkashkimod ni a cedar bark bag

makade-manoomin ni black wld rice

manoomin ni wild rice

[
northern wild rice
Zizania palustris
]

(verb of abundance) manoominikaa vii there is (a lot of) wild rice (verb of making) manoominike vai s/he rices, goes ricing, makes rice, picks rice, harvests wild rice
manoominaganzh ni a wild rice stalk

manoominagaawanzh ni a wild rice plant

manoominashk ni a wild rice stalk

manoominaaboo ni wild rice broth

manoomini-manidoosh na a wild rice bug

manoomini-mashkimod ni a rice bag

manoominike-giizis na the moon of ricing occuring in August or September

See also: manoominikewi-giizis na [BL]

manoominike-mazina'igaans ni [ML] a ricing license

manoominikewi-giizis na [BL] the moon of ricing occuring in August or September

See also: manoominike-giizis na

manoominikewin ni ricing, harvesting wild rice

manoominiwazh ni a rice bag

mimigoshkam vai2 s/he threshes, jigs something (e.g., wild rice)

mimigoshkamwaagan ni a barrel or tub used in threshing wild rice

mimigoshkan vti thresh, jig it [wild rice]

nooshkaachinaagan ni a winnowing tray, a winnowing basket

okaadakik na a large kettle or cauldon with small legs: a treaty kettle

oshki-manoomin ni fresh wild rice

oshki-manoominike vai s/he rices for first time in season

ozhaawashko-manoomin ni green wild rice