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lucky
adj
lucky
debizi vai s/he is satisfied, has enough, is lucky

lullaby
n
sing a lullaby
nenawi' vta sing a lullaby to h/

nenawi'aawaso vai s/he sings a lullaby

lumber camp
n
lumber camp
giishka'aakwewigamig ni a lumber camp

lumberjack
n
lumberjack
giishka'aakwewinini na a logger, a lumberjack

lunch
n
eat lunch
naawakwe-wiisini vai s/he eats lunch, eats dinner (the noon meal)

naawakwe-miijin vti3 eat it for lunch, for dinner (the noon meal)

nawajii vai s/he eats a light meal, takes a lunch break

take along a lunch
nawapo vai s/he takes provisions along, takes a lunch along

lunch taken along
nawapwaan ni provisions, a lunch taken along

make a lunch to take along
nawapwaanike vai s/he prepares provisions for a trip, makes a lunch to take along

lunch break
n
take a lunch break
nawajii vai s/he eats a light meal, takes a lunch break

lung
n
lung
nipan nid my lung

gipan nid your lung

opan nid h/ lung

lure
[device to attract fish]
n
fishing lure
giigoonyensikaan na [BL] a fishing lure

See also: giigoonhwensikaan na [BL]

lure
[scent added to a trap to attract game]
n
lure
wiiyaakwa'igan ni [BL] lure: an animal scent used in trapping

bait with lure
wiiyaakwa'an vti bait it with lure, put scent on it

wiiyaakwa'ige vai s/he baits with lure to attract furbearers

beaver scent lure
amiko-wiiyaakwa'igan ni [BL] beaver scent used as a lure in trapping

fisher scent lure
ojiigi-wiiyaakwa'igan ni [BL] fisher scent used as a lure in trapping

otter scent lure
nigigo-wiiyaakwa'igan [BL] otter scent used as a lure in trapping

lye water
n
lye water
ishkode-bingwiiwaaboo ni lye water