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hard
[industrious]
adj
hard worker
ginzhizhawizi vai s/he is a hard worker

harder
adv
harder
enigok adv man harder; with effort

hardly
adv
hardly
agaawaa adv deg barely; hardly

See also: agaawaa adv deg

hardware store
n
hardware store
biiwaabiko-adaawewigamig ni a hardware store

See also: biiwaabikwadaawewigamig ni

biiwaabikwadaawewigamig ni a hardware store

See also: biiwaabiko-adaawewigamig ni

hare
n
snowshoe hare
waabooz na a rabbit, a snowshoe hare

[
snowshoe hare
Lepus americanus
]

harmonica
n
harmonica
noondaagochigan ni a musical instrument (especially a wind instrument): horn, whistle, harmonica

See also: noondaagochigan na [RL]

harness
vt
harness
onapizh vta tie h/ in place, harnesss h/

Paired with: onapidoon vti2

onapijige vai s/he harnesses up; s/he ties things in place

onapizo vai s/he is tied in place, is harnessed

Paired with: onapide vii

harness wrong way
napaadapizh vta tie, harness h/ the wrong way

Paired with: napaadapidoon vti2

harpoon
n
fishing harpoon
bazhiba'igan ni a fishing harpoon, a fishing spear with a long attached line

harvest
vt
harvest wild rice
bawa'am vai2 s/he knocks wild rice

manoominike vai s/he rices, goes ricing, makes rice, picks rice, harvests wild rice

hat
n
hat
wiiwakwaan ni a cap, a hat

desiiwakwaan ni a hat with a brim

have new hat
oshkiwiiwakwaane vai s/he has a new hat

put on hat
biichiwakwaane vai s/he puts on h/ hat

biichiwiiwakwaane vai [BL] s/he puts on h/ hat

take off hat
giichiwakwaane vai s/he takes off h/ hat

giichiwiiwakwaane vai s/he takes h/ hat off

See also: giichiwakwaane vai

wear a hat
gigiwiiwakwaane vai s/he wears a hat