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makak ni es
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a semi-rigid or rigid container: a basket (especially one of birch bark), a box

Note:
A traditional makak is made of birch bark sewn with wigob (basswood bast) with a flexible wooden mikwand mikwandiins (rim) sewn to the bark. Other types are woven of thin willow branches or spruce roots. The word also can be used for a box made of any material or a box-shaped device.



makak sg; makakoon pl; makakoons dim; makakong loc; makakosh pej; Stem: /makakw-/

makak sg rg
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makakoon pl rg
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es
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makakoons dim rg
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es
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makakosh pej rg
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es
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nimakak1s - 0s pos rg
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es
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gimakak2s - 0s pos rg
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es
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omakak3s - 0s pos rg
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Boozitoon iniw makakoon imaa odaabaaning.

Load those boxes into the car.
rg
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Odoozhishimaan ini asabiin imaa makakong.

He's packing the nets in a box.
es
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Zhiibaa-adoopowinaak atoon makakosh.

Put that old box under the table.
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