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basswood leaf
n
basswood leaf
wiigobiibag ni a basswood leaf

bat
[animal]
n
bat
apakwaanaajiinh na a bat

See also: bapakwaanaajiinh na

apikwaanaanjii na [RL] a bat

bapakwaanaajiinh na a bat

See also: apakwaanaajiinh na

bat
[baseball]
n
baseball bat
bakitejii'iganaak ni a baseball bat

bath
n
take a bath
giziibiigazhe vai s/he washes up, takes a bath, bathes

bathe
vi
bathe
bagizo vai s/he bathes, goes swimming

bathroom
n
bathroom
bagizoowigamig ni a bathroom (a room for bathing)

miiziiwigamig ni a toilet, a bathroom, an outhouse, a privy

zaaga'amoowigamig ni a toilet, a bathroom, an outhouse, a privy

bathtub
n
bathtub
bagizowin ni a bathtub, a swimming pool

giziibiigazhe-makak ni a bathtub, a swimming pool

batter
[baseball]
n
batter
bagitejii'igewinini na [N] a baseball player; a batter

See also: bakitejii'igewinini na

bakitejii'igewinini na a baseball player; a batter

See also: bagitejii'igewinini na [N]

battery
n
battery
ishkode-makakoons ni a battery

automobile battery
waasigani-makakoons ni [BL] an automobile battery; a boat battery

boat battery
waasigani-makakoons ni [BL] an automobile battery; a boat battery

battle
n
battle
miigaadiwin ni a battle, a war