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/-ke/ final

 
s/he makes, produces, gathers
 
Type:
final
Subtypes:
vai
abwiike vai s/he makes paddles
adimanike vai s/he puts the footstrap on snowshoes
agwaawaanaakoke vai s/he makes a meat rack
akikoke vai s/he makes kettles, pots, pans, or pails
amikwiishike vai s/he makes a beaver lodge
anaakanike vai s/he makes mats
aniibiishaabooke vai s/he makes tea
aniibiishike vai s/he makes tea
anwiike vai s/he makes bullets
apikanike vai s/he makes a harness or tump line
apishimonike vai s/he spreads boughs on the floor, makes a bed (as in camp)
asabike vai s/he makes nets
asemaake vai s/he works with tobacco, offers tobacco
azhiganike vai s/he makes socks
aabaabika'iganike vai s/he makes a key
aagimike vai s/he makes snowshoes
aazhoganike vai s/he makes a bridge
bakwezhiganaabooke vai s/he makes dumpling soup
bakwezhiganike vai s/he makes bread
baasiminaanike vai s/he dries berries
bigiike vai s/he applies pitch, tar, or putty
bikwakoke vai s/he makes arrows
biskitenaaganike vai s/he makes a biskitenaagan (a birch bark sap bucket); [BL] s/he makes a birch bark basket
biiwaabikoke vai s/he mines, produces metal or iron
bootaaganike vai s/he makes a mortar for rice
desa'onike vai s/he makes a platform in lodge
desaabaanike vai s/he builds a shelf
dewe'iganike vai s/he makes a drum or drums
gikiwe'onike vai s/he makes a flag
gokeyawike vai s/he makes bait, baits something
gwekiwebiniganike vai s/he makes pancakes
ishkodeke vai s/he makes a fire
jiimaanike vai s/he makes a canoe; s/he makes a boat
magoodaasike vai s/he makes a dress or dresses
makadeke vai s/he blackens h/ face with charcoal (as when fasting for a vision)
makakoke vai s/he makes a basket (especially one of brich bark), makes a box
makizinike vai s/he makes moccasins, makes shoes
mandaaminaabooke vai s/he makes corn soup
manidooke vai s/he has spiritual power, conducts a ceremony
manoominike vai s/he rices, goes ricing, makes rice, picks rice, harvests wild rice
mashkikiwaabooke vai s/he makes liquid medicine
mashkikiike vai s/he makes medicine
mashkimodeke vai s/he makes a bag, makes a sack
mashkosiike vai s/he cuts hay
maawandoogwaasonike vai s/he makes a quilt
mikwamiike vai s/he makes ice
minjikaawanike vai s/he makes a mitten or mittens
miskwaanziganike vai s/he makes a roach (headdress)
mitigwaabiike vai s/he makes bows
miikanaake vai s/he makes a road or trail
naboobiike vai s/he makes a soup or stew
napodinike vai s/he makes dumplings
nawapwaanike vai s/he prepares provisions for a trip, makes a lunch to take along
negwaakwaanike vai s/he makes taps for sugaring
nibooke vai s/he has a death in h/ family
odaabaanike vai s/he repairs, works on, or makes a means of conveyance or vehicle: car, automobile, wagon, sled. sleigh
okonaasike vai s/he makes a blanket or blankets
ondaadiziike vai s/he gives birth
opwaaganike vai s/he makes a pipe
oshkiinzhigoke vai
  1. s/he wears glasses
  2. s/he makes glasses
ozhidaabaanike vai s/he gets h/ sled ready, packs h/ sled
wazisonike vai [BL] s/he makes a nest
waziswanike vai s/he makes a nest or nests
waabiganike vai s/he makes plaster or cement
waabooyaanike vai s/he makes a blanket
waaboozekonike vai [BL] s/he makes a netted rabbitskin blanket
waanike vai s/he digs a hole
wewebizonike vai s/he makes a swing
wiibidaake vai s/he works on, makes teeth; s/he has dentures
wiigiwaamike vai s/he makes a wigwam
wiigwaasike vai s/he removes birch bark from the tree
zaasiganike vai s/he makes cracklings
zhimaaganike vai s/he makes a spear or lance
ziiga'iganike vai s/he makes a sugar cone
ziinzibaakwadoke vai s/he makes sugar
zhiiwaagamiziganike vai s/he makes syrup
zhooniyaake vai s/he makes money, earns money
zhooshkodaabaanike vai s/he makes a toboggan, goes tobogganing