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How to use the Ojibwe People's Dictionary

forbid
vt
forbid
gina'amaw vta forbid h/ to, warn h/ against

forcibly
adv
take forcibly
makam vta take (it) from h/ (forcibly), rob h/ of (it)

forehead
n
forehead
nikatig nid my forehead, brow

gikatig nid your forhead, brow

okatig nid h/ forehead, brow

middle of the forehead
naawigatig adv loc in the middle of the forehead

foreign
adj
foreign
mayagi- pv lex exotic; foreign; strange; unusual; different from the usual

mayagizi vai s/he is strange, is foreign

look foreign
mayaginaagozi vai s/he looks strange, looks foreign

Paired with: mayaginaagwad vii

mayaginaagwad vii it looks strange, looks foreign

Paired with: mayaginaagozi vai

sound foreign
mayagitaagozi vai s/he sounds strange, sounds foreign, has an accent

Paired with: mayagitaagwad vii

mayagitaagwad vii it sounds strange, sounds foreign

Paired with: mayagitaagozi vai

foreigner
n
foreigner
mayagwewinini na a foreigner, a speaker of a foreign language

forepaw
n
beaver forepaw
amikoninj ni a beaver forepaw

foretell
vt
foretell the future
onwaachige vai s/he foretells the future, prophesies

forever
adv
forever
gaagige- pv lex forever

forget
vt
forget
boonendan vti forget, ignore it

Paired with: boonenim vta

boonenim vta forget, ignore h/; quit thinking or worrying about h/

Paired with: boonendan vti

waniiken vai + o s/he forgets (it)

wanendam vai2 s/he forgets

wanendan vti forget, ignore it

Paired with: wanenim vta

wanenim vta forget, ignore h/

Paired with: wanendan vti

forget
vi
forget
waniike vai s/he forgets