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cooking pot
n
cooking pot
jiibaakwewakik na a cooking pot, a pan

cookstove
n
cookstove
jiibaakwe-gizhaabikizigan ni a cookstove

See also: jibaakwewi-gizhaabikizigan ni [BL]

cool
adj
cool
dakaa vii it (a thing) is cool

Paired with: dakizi vai

dakise vai s/he cools

Paired with: dakise vii

dakise vii it cools

Paired with: dakise vai

dakizi vai s/he (an animate thing) is cool

Paired with: dakaa vii

cool weather
dakaayaa vii it is cool (weather)

daki-ayaa vii it is cool

cool floor
dakisagaa vii it is a cool floor

cool
vi
cool off
dakaagamisin vii it (a liquid) cools off

dakishin vai s/he cools off

Paired with: dakisin vii

dakisin vii it cools off

Paired with: dakishin vai

set to cool
dakishim vta set h/ to cool

Paired with: dakisidoon vti2

dakisidoon vti2 set it to cool

Paired with: dakishim vta

cooled
adj
cooled by the wind
dakaashi vai s/he is cooled by the wind

Paired with: dakaasin vii

dakaasin vii it is cooled by the wind

Paired with: dakaashi vai

coop
n
chicken coop
baaka'aakwenhwigamig ni a chicken coop

coot
n
coot
aajigade na [S] a coot, a mud hen

[
American coot
Fulicia americana
]

See also: daajigade na [N]

daajigade na [N] a coot, a mud hen

[
American coot
Fulicia americana
]

See also: aajigade na [S]

copper
n
copper
miskwaabik ni (a piece of) copper

copy
vt
copy in writing
naabibii'ige vai s/he copies things by writing or drawing

naasaabibii'an vti copy it in writing

naasaabibii'ige vai s/he copies things in writing

cord
n
net cord
zhinoodaagan ni selvedge lines at top and bottom of a net made of heavy cord or rope; lines tying the net to an anchor or buoy; a rope

umbilical cord
indis nid my navel, umbilical cord

gidis nid your navel, umbilical cord

odis nid h/ navel, umbilical cord