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knife handle
n
knife handle
mookomaanaatig ni a knife handle

knife sheath
n
knife sheath
biindikomaan ni a knife sheath or case

knock
vt
knock down off
diitiba'an vti knock it down off something (using something)

Paired with: diitiba' vta

diitiba' vta knock h/ down off something (using something)

Paired with: diitiba'an vti

diitibibidoon vti2 knock it down off something (with hands)

Paired with: diitibibizh vta

diitibibizh vta knock h/ down off something (with hands)

Paired with: diitibibidoon vti2

diitibishkan vti bump it down off something, knock it down off something (with foot or body)

Paired with: diitibishkaw vta

diitibishkaw vta bump h/ down off something, knock h/ down off something (with foot or body)

Paired with: diitibishkan vti

knock down from above
biniweba'an vti knock it down from above (using something)

Paired with: biniweba' vta

biniweba' vta knock h/ down from above (using something); shoot h/ down from above

Paired with: biniweba'an vti

binibidoon vti2 pull or push it down (from its position above)

Paired with: binibizh vta

binibizh vta pull or push h down (from h/ position above)

Paired with: binibidoon vti2

binishkaw vta knock h/ down from above (with body or foot)

knock over or down
gawiweba'an vti knock it down (using something)

gawiwebishkan vti

Paired with: gawiwebishkaw vta

gawiwebishkaw vta knock h/ over or down (with foot or body), kick h/ over or down

Paired with: gawiwebishkan vti

gawa'wi vta

gawa' vta

knock
vi
knock on
baapaagaakwa' vta knock on h/ (as something stick- or wood like)

Paired with: baapaagaakwa'an vti

baapaagaakwa'an vti knock on it (as something stick- or wood-like. e.g., a door)

Paired with: baapaagaakwa' vta

baapaagaakwa'ige vai s/he knocks on things (as something stick- or wood-like, e.g., a door)

knock senseless
giiwashkweganaam vta hit and stun h/, knock h/ senseless

knock wild rice
bawa'am vai2 s/he knocks wild rice

knocker
n
rice knocker
bawa'iganaak na [LL] [ML] a knocker: a stick used to knock rice grains off the wild rice stalks

See also: bawa'iganaak ni [NI] [RL]

bawa'iganaak ni [NI] [RL] a knocker: a stick used to knock rice grains off the wild rice stalks

See also: bawa'iganaak na [LL] [ML] ; bawa'iganaatig ni

bawa'iganaatig ni a knocker: a stick used to knock rice grains off the wild rice stalks

See also: bawa'iganaak ni [NI] [RL]

knoll
n
knoll
bikwadinaa vii it is a knoll, is a hill

knot
n
tie with a knot
gashka'oodoon vti2 tie it with a knot; lace and tie it

Paired with: gashka'oozh vta

gashka'oozh vta tie h/ with a knot

Paired with: gashka'oodoon vti2

gashka'oode vii it is knotted, is tangled

Paired with: gashka'oozo vai

gashka'oozo vai s/he is knotted, is tangled

Paired with: gashka'oode vii

knot
gashka'oojigan ni a knot

know
vi
don't know
amanj adv dub I don't know how, I wonder how

namanj adv dub I don't know how, I wonder how

See also: amanj adv dub

endogwen adv dub I don't know; I am not sure

don't know how
amanj adv dub I don't know how, I wonder how

namanj adv dub I don't know how, I wonder how

See also: amanj adv dub

don't know what
awegodogwen pron dub I don't know what, I wonder what

See also: wegodogwen pron dub

wegodogwen pron dub I don't know what, I wonder what

See also: awegodogwen pron dub

don't know when
amanj apii adv dub I don't know how, I wonder how; I don't know when, I wonder when

See also: namanj apii adv dub

namanj apii adv dub I don't know when, I wonder when

See also: amanj apii adv dub

don't know where
dibi adv dub I don't know where, I wonder where

don't know who
awegwen pron dub I don't know who, I wonder who

know how
nitaa- pv lex being good at; being skilled at; frequently do; know how to do something

nagaji' vta be familiar with, accustomed to, used to making h/; know how to handle h/

Paired with: nagajitoon vti2

nagajitoon vti2 be familiar with, accustomed to, used to making or doing it; knows how to handle it

Paired with: nagaji' vta

know
vt
know
gikendam vai2 s/he knows

gikendan vti know it, know about it, find it out, realize it

Paired with: gikenim vta

gikenim vta know h/, know about h/, find out about h/, realize of h/

gikenjige vai s/he knows things

gikendaagozi vai s/he is known (by someone), "they" know h/

Paired with: gikendaagwad vii

gikendaagwad vii it is known (by someone), "they" know it

Paired with: gikendaagozi vai

seek to know
nanda-gikendan vti seek to know it, seek to learn it

Paired with: nanda-gikenim vta

nanda-gikenim vta seek to know h/

Paired with: nanda-gikendan vti

knowledge
n
knowledge
gikendamowin ni knowledge

gikendaasowin ni intelligence; knowledge