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gaandakii'iganaak ni gh
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a push pole

See also: gaandakii'igan ni



gaandakii'iganaak sg; gaandakii'iganaakoon pl; gaandakii'iganaakoons dim; gaandakii'iganaakong loc; Stem: /gaandakii'iganaakw-/

gaandakii'iganaak sg gh
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gaandakii'iganaakoon pl gh
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Gaandakii'iganaak gii-aabajitoowaad igi anishinaabeg gii-manoominikewaad.

The Ojibwe use a push pole when ricing.
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Mii 'i dinowa gaa-aabadak gaandakii'iganaak gii-manoominkewaad igiw anishinaabeg.

The thing that the Ojibwe use when they rice is a push pole.
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Ogii-peshaakwanamowaan iniw ojiwaaman megwaa gaandakii'iged i'iw ogaandakii'iganaak.

While he was poling he nearly missed his friend with his push pole.
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gaandakii'iganaak /gaandakii'iganaakw-/: /gaandakii'igan-/ stem of gaandakii'igan ni ; /-aakw/
wood, organic solid