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appearance
n
change appearance
aanzinaago' vta change h/ appearance, transform h/

Paired with: aanzinaagotoon vti2

aanzinaagotoon vti2 change its appearance, transform it

Paired with: aanzinaago' vta

aanzinaago'idizo vai s/he changes h/ (own) appearance, transforms h/ self

aanjinaagwad vii it changes appearance

have a certain appearance
izhinaagozi vai s/he has a certain look or appearance

Paired with: izhinaagwad vii

izhinaagwad vii it has a certain look or appearance

Paired with: izhinaagozi vai

appease
vt
appease
gaagiizom vta appease h/, apologize to h/, make amends with h/

apple
n
apple
mishiimin na an apple

apple juice
n
apple juice
mishiiminaaboo ni apple juice, cider

See also: mishiiminaabo ni [BL]

apple tree
n
apple tree
mishiiminaatig na an apple tree

applique
vt
applique
agogwaajigan ni something sewn or appliqued, trim

appoint
vt
appoint
onagim vta appoint h/, swear h/ in; decide on h/; put a price or value on h/

Paired with: onagindan vti

approach
vt
approach
naazikan vti go to, approach it

Paired with: naazikaw vta [N]

naazikaw vta [N] go to, aproach h/

naazikaage vai s/he goes to, approaches people

approximately
adv
approximately
ingoji adv deg somewhere, anywhere; approximately; nearly, almost

See also: ningoji adv loc

April
n
April
iskigamizige-giizis na April

maango-giizis na [BL] April