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cave
n
cave
waazh ni a den, a lair, a cave, a burrow

See also: waanzh ni

waanzh ni a den, a lair, a cave, a burrow

See also: waazh ni

cedar
n
cedar
giizhik na a cedar

[
eastern white cedar
Thuja occidentalis
]

giizhikaatig na [BL] a cedar

[
eastern white cedar
Thuja occidentalis
]

See also: giizhik na

giizhikikaa vii there are (a lot of) cedars

ogiizhikimi vai s/he has cedar

cedar bark
giizhikanagek na (a piece of) cedar bark

cedar bough
giizhikaandag na a cedar bough

cedar wood
giizhikisag na (a piece of) cedar wood

red cedar
miskwaawaak na a red cedar

[
eastern red cedar
Juniperus virginiana
]

miskwaawaakokaa vii there are (many) red cedars

cedar bark
n
cedar bark
giizhikanagek na (a piece of) cedar bark

cedar bough
n
cedar bough
giizhikaandag na a cedar bough

cedar waxwing
n
cedar waxwing
zegibanaanishiinh na [RL] a cedar waxwing

[
Bombycilla cedrorum
]

See also: zegibanwaanishiinh na

zegibanwaanishiinh na a cedar waxwing

[
cedar waxwing
Bombycilla cedrorum
]

See also: zegibanaanishiinh na [RL]

cedar wood
n
cedar wood
giizhikisag na (a piece of) cedar wood

celebration
adj
celebration
jiikakamigad vii there is a celebration, a happy event

Paired with: jiikakamigizi vai

cellar
n
cellar
moonikaan ni a cellar

cement truck
n
cement truck
waabiganidaabaan na a cement truck

cemetery
n
cemetery
jiibayaki ni a graveyard, a cemetary; land of the ghostly spirits