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few
adj
few
bangii adv qnt a little; a little bit; few

bangiiwagad vii
  1. there is a little bit of it
  2. plural) there are few of them

Paired with: bangiiwagizi vai

bangiiwagizi vai
  1. there is a little bit of h/
  2. (plural) there are few of them

Paired with: bangiiwagad vii

very few
bangiishenhwagiziwag vai they are very few, there are very few of them

fiber
n
basswood bark fiber
asigobaan ni processed basswood bark fiber

fiddle
n
fiddle
naazhaabii'igan ni a violin, a fiddle

play fiddle
naazhaabii'ige vai s/he plays the violin, plays the fiddle

field
n
field
gitigaan ni a field, a garden, a farm

corn field
mandaamini-gitigaan ni a corn field

fierce
adj
fierce
aakwaadizi vai s/he is fierce

fifteen
n
fifteen
ashi-naanan adv num
  1. and five
  2. fifteen

fifteenth
adj
fifteenth day of the month
ashi-naanwaginzo vai [BL] it is the fifteenth (of the month)

fifth
adj
fifth day of the month
naanogonagizi vai it is the fifth (of the month); s/he is five days old

Paired with: naanogonagad vii

fifty
qnt
fifty
naanimidana adv num fifty

fight
vt
fight
miigaadan vti fight it

Paired with: miigaazh vta

miigaazh vta fight h/

Paired with: miigaadan vti

miigaadiwag vai they fight each other

miigaanidizo vai s/he fights h /self