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one thousand
number
one thousand
ingodosagoons adv num one thousand

See also: ningodosagoons adv num

ningodosagoons adv num one thousand

See also: ingodosagoons adv num

one-by-one
adj
one-by-one
bebezhig adv num one-by-one

Onigum
place
Onigum
Onigamiinsing name place Duluth, Minnesota; Onigum, Minnesota

onion
n
onion
zhigaagawanzh na an onion

See also: zhigaagawinzh na [LL] ; zhingaangawinzh na

zhigaagawinzh na [LL] an onion

See also: zhigaagawanzh na ; zhingaangawinzh na

zhingaangawinzh na an onion

See also: zhigaagawanzh na ; zhigaagawinzh na [LL]

only
[no more than]
adv
only
eta adv deg only

only her
wiineta pron per only she, only her; only he, only him; just him. just her

only him
wiineta pron per only she, only her; only he, only him; just him. just her

only me
niineta pron per only I, only me; just me

only them
wiinetawaa pron per only they, only them; just them

only us
giinetawind pron per only we, only us; just us (inclusive)

niinetawind pron per only we, only us; just us (inclusive)

only you
giineta pron per only you, just you [singular]

giinetawaa pron per only you, just you [plural]

only
[single]
adj
only one
bezhigwan vii it is one; it is the only one; it is the same

oops
excl
oops
open
adj
burst open
baashkijii' vta burst h/ open (using something)

Paired with: baashkijii'an vti

baashkijii'an vti burst it open (using something)

Paired with: baashkijii' vta

come open
baakise vii it comes open, comes uncovered, flies open

Paired with: baakise vai

fling open (stick-like)
baakaakowebinan vti fling, shove it open (as something stick- or wood-like, e.g., a door)

baakaakowebinamaw vta fling, shove something open for h/

fly open
baakise vii it comes open, comes uncovered, flies open

Paired with: baakise vai

pry open
baakaakwa'an vti pry it open (using something stick-like)

open
v
open (stick-like)
baakaakonamaw vta open (it) for h/ (as something stick- or wood-like, e.g., a door)

baakaakonan vti open it (something solid or of wood)

baakaakonigaade vii it is opened (as something stick- or wood-like, e.g., a door) (by someone), "they" open it

open up
baakin vta uncover h/, open h/ up

Paired with: baakinan vti

baakinan vti uncover it, open it up

Paired with: baakin vta

baakise vai s/he comes open, comes uncovered, flies open

Paired with: baakise vii

open
n
lie in the open
mizhishawishin vai s/he lies in the open

Paired with: mizhishawisin vii

mizhishawisin vii it lies in the open

Paired with: mizhishawishin vai

stand in the open
mizhishawigaabawi vai s/he stands out in the open