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/-aakw/ final

 
stick, wood, organic solid
 
Type:
final
Subtypes:
noun
abwaanaak ni a drying rack for strips of meat placed over a fire
adoopowinaak ni [BL] [RL] a table
aagimaak na a white ash
bakite'iganaak ni a hammer handle
bawa'iganaak na [LL] [ML] a knocker: a stick used to knock rice grains off the wild rice stalks
bawa'iganaak ni [NI] [RL] a knocker: a stick used to knock rice grains off the wild rice stalks
baaga'akokwaanaak ni a drumstick
bootaaganaak ni a pestle
dewe'iganaak na a drumstick
gaandakii'iganaak ni a push pole
gibinde'onaak ni [NI] stick in a lodge door cover
giishkiboojiganaak ni [BL] a saw horse; framing member of a Swede saw (bow saw, buck saw)
iskigamiziganaak ni a frame for holding sap-boiling kettles
jiishaakwa'iganaak ni a hide scraper, a flesher
mandaaminaak na an ear of corn
mazinibii'iganaak ni something to draw with: crayon, colored marker, chalk
midewigaanaak ni a Mide lodge frame
migiskanaak ni a fishing pole
mitigwaabaak na a hickory
naanwaak adv num five hundred
odaabaanaak na a sled; a sleigh
okaadaak ni [ML] a carrot
ozhibii'iganaak ni a pencil, a pen
ozhibii'iganaak na [BL] [LL] a pencil, a pen
wewebanaabaanaak ni [BL] a fishing pole
wiigiwaamaak ni a wigwam frame
zhingwaak na a pine; [S] a white pine; [BL] a red pine