Other words for one's husband include possessed forms of ininina a man such as indininiim, nindininiim, ndininiimmy man, my husband and possessed forms of akiwenziina an old man such as indakiwenziiyim, nindakiwenziiyim, ndakiwenziiyimmy old man, my husband.
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