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mitigomizh na oak, burr oak

[
Quercus spp.; Quercus macrocarpa
]

(verb of abundance) mitigomizhikaa vii there are (many) oaks; there is an oak grove
mitigwaabaak na a hickory

[
shagbark hickory
Carya ovata
]

okikaandag na a jack pine

[
Pinus banksiana
]

See also: akikaandag na [ML]

ozhaashigob na a slippery elm

[
red elm
Ulmus rubra
]

oziisigobiminzh na a willow

[
Salix spp.
]

ookweminagaawanzh na a black cherry bush

[
Prunus serotina
]

wadoop na [MN] an alder

[
speckled alder
Alnus rugosa
]

See also: adoop ni [BL]

wiigob na a basswood

[
American basswood
Tillia americana
]

(verb of abundance) wiigobiikaa vii there are (a lot of) basswood trees
wiigobaatig na a basswood

[
American basswood
Tillia americana
]

(verb of abundance) wiigobaatigokaa vii there are (many) basswood trees
wiigobimizh na a basswood

[
American basswood
Tillia americana
]

wiigwaasaatig na a birch tree

[
paper birch
Betula papyrifera
]

See also: wiigwaas na ; wiigwaasi-mitig na

wiinizik na a yellow birch

[
yellow birch
Betula alleghaniensis
]

wiisagi-mitigomizh na red oak

[
northern red oak
Quercus rubra
]

wiishkobi-mitigomizh na white oak

[
Quercus alba
]

zesegaandag na a black spruce

[
Picea mariana
]

zhingob na a balsam fir

[
Balsam Fir
Abies balsamea
]

(verb of abundance) zhingobiikaa vii there are (many) fir trees
zhingwaak na a pine; [S] a white pine; [BL] a red pine

(verb of abundance) zhingwaakokaa vii there are (many) pines; it is a pine grove
ziinzibaakwadwaatig na a maple