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balsam poplar
n
balsam poplar
maanazaadi na a Balm of Gilead tree; a balsam poplar

[
balsam poplar
Populus balsamifera
]

banana
n
banana
akandamoo na a banana; root of water plant sp.

wewaagijiizid ni-v a banana

gaa-waagijiiyaag ni-v [BL] a banana

bandage
n
bandage
ziinzoopizon ni a bandage

ziinzoopizo vai s/he wears a bandage or dressing

ziinzoopizh vta tie h/ with bandage

bandolier bag
n
bandolier bag
aazhooningwa'on ni a bandolier bag

bank
[steep side]
n
steep bank
giishkadinaa vii it is a cliff, is a steep bank

snow bank
giishkaagone'igan ni a snow bank made by a plow

bank
[money]
n
bank
zhooniyaawigamig ni a bank

bannock
n
Bannock is a flat quick bread cooked in the over or over a fire by Canadian Anishinaabe. Berries, fish eggs, or wild rice can be added. The terms bakwezhigan and bakwezhiganikaan can be used for bannock in the Border Lakes region. There and elsewhere, gibozigan is often used for a loaf of bread baked in an oven. 
bannock
bakwezhigan na
  1. bread, bannock
  2. flour

bakwezhiganikaan na [BL] bannock

make bannock
bakwezhiganike vai s/he makes bread, [N] makes bannock

bannock-making
bakwezhiganikewin ni bannock-making, bread-making

blueberry bannock
miini-bakwezhigan na blueberry bannock

cranberry bannock
mashkiigimini-bakwezhigan na cranberry bannock

fish egg bannock
waakoonsiwi-bakwezhigan na fish-egg bread

raisin bannock
zhoominensiwi-bakwezhigan na [BL] raisin bannock

strawberry bannock
ode'imini-bakwezhigan na [BL] strawberry bannock

wild rice bannock
manoomini-bakwezhigan na wild rice bannock

baptize
vt
baptize
ziiga'andaw vta
  1. pour liquid on h/
  2. baptize h/

Paired with: ziiga'andan vti

bar
vt
bar
gashkaakonan vti bar, lock it (as something stick- or wood-like)

bar
[place to drink]
n
bar
minikwewigamig ni a tavern, a bar

ziiginigewigamig ni a tavern, a bar