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How to use the Ojibwe People's Dictionary

hurry
vt
hurry
wewiibi' vta hurry h/; hurry making h/

Paired with: wewiibitoon vti

wewiibitoon vti hurry it; hurry making it

Paired with: wewiibi' vta

hurry by speech
ojaanimim vta hurry h/ (by speech); give h/ a hard time, get after h/ (by speech)

hurt
adj
get hurt
wiisagishin vai s/he gets hurt (on something), gets hurt falling

hurt
vt
hurt with foot or body
wiisagishkaw vta hurt h/ (by bumping or kicking)

hurt
vi
hurt
wiisagine vai s/he hurts, is in pain from an illness

wiisagendam vai2 s/he suffers pain, is in pain, hurts

make hurt
wiisagendami' vta cause h/ pain, make h/ hurt

throat hurts
wiisagigonewe vai s/he has a sore throat, h/ throat hurts

tongue hurts
wiisagidenaniwe vai h/ tongue hurts

husband
n
Other words for one's husband include possessed forms of inini na a man such as indininiimnindininiimndininiimmy man, my husband and possessed forms of akiwenzii na an old man such as indakiwenziiyimnindakiwenziiyimndakiwenziiyimmy old man, my husband.
husband
ninaabem nad my husband

ginaabem nad your (sg) husband

onaabeman nad her husband

wiidigemaagan na a spouse, a husband, a wife, a partner (cohabitant), a companion (cohabitant)

have a husband
onaabemi vai s/he has a husband

steal a husband
gimoojinaabeme vai s/he steals somebody's husband

hymn
n
hymn
anama'e-nagamon ni a hymn