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How to use the Ojibwe People's Dictionary

get in
phrv
get in
boozi vai s/he gets in or on (a vehicle or a boat), boards, gets aboard, embarks

tell to get in or on
boozinaazha' vta tell h/ to get in or on (a vehicle or boat); tell h/ to go aboard

get off
phrv
get off
gabaa vai s/he gets off (a vehicle or boat), disembarks

gabaa' vta get h/ off, let h/ off (a vehicle or boat), help h/ disembark

Paired with: gabaatoon vti2

gabaabatoo vai s/he gets off [a boat or vehicle] running

tell to get off
gabaanaazha' vta tell h/ to get off, tell h/ to disembark

get on
phrv
get on
boozi vai s/he gets in or on (a vehicle or a boat), boards, gets aboard, embarks

tell to get in or on
boozinaazha' vta tell h/ to get in or on (a vehicle or boat); tell h/ to go aboard

get up
phrv
get up
onishkaa vai s/he gets up (from a prone position)

ghost
n
ghost
jiibay na a spirit; a ghost

giant
n
giant
misaabe na giant, of legendary size

mishi- pv lex giant, of legendary size

gift
n
gift
miigiwewin ni a gift; giving things away

miinidiwin ni a give-away

miinigoowizi vai s/he receives a gift, is given a gift

maada'ookiiwin ni a gift for distribution; distribution

distribute gifts
maada'ookii vai + o s/he distributes something, distributes gifts, shares something with others

maada'ookiiwikwe na a woman in charge of the distribution of gifts

maada'ookiiwinini na a man in charge of the distribution of gifts

giggle
vi
giggle
ginagaapi vai s/he giggles

giraffe
n
giraffe
genwaabiigigwed na-v a giraffe

girl
n
girl
ikwezens na a girl

ikwezensiwi vai s/he is a girl

adolescent girl
oshkiniigikwe na a young woman, an adolescent girl

oshkiniigikwewi vai she is a young woman, an adolescent girl