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representative
n
representative
giigidoowinini na a councillor, a council member, a representative

giigidoowininiiwi vai s/he is a councillor, a council member, a representative

reprimand
vt
reprimand
aanimim vta reprimand h/

rescue
vt
rescue
bimaaji' vta save h/ life, rescue h/

reservation
n
reservation
ishkonigan ni a reservation (US), a reserve (Canada)

reserve
vt
reserve
ishkon vta reserve, save, leave h/

Paired with: ishkonan vti

ishkonan vti reserve, save, leave it

Paired with: ishkon vta

ishkonamaw vta reserve, save, leave (it) for h/

ishkonige vai s/he reserves, saves, leaves things

ishkonigaade vii it is reserved, saved, left (by someone), "they" reserve, save, leave it

ishkonigaazo vai s/he is reserved, saved, left (by someone), "they" reserve, save, leave h/

reserve
n
reserve
ishkonigan ni a reservation (US), a reserve (Canada)

resort
n
resort
niibinishiiwigamig ni a resort, a cottage

resound
vi
resound
baswewe vii it echoes, resounds

Paired with: baswewe vai

respect
n
lack respect
baapinendan vti lack respect for it; make fun of, ridicule it

Paired with: baapinenim vta

baapinenim vta lack respect for h/; make fun of, ridicule h/

Paired with: baapinendan vti

baapinenindiwag vai they make fun of, ridicule each other; they lack respect for each other

respected
adj
respected
minwaabamewizi vai s/he is admired, is respected

highly respected
gichi-apiitendaagozi vai s/he is highly respected, is valuable, is important

Paired with: gichi-apiitendaagwad vii

gichi-apiitendaagwad vii it is highly respected, is valuable, is important

Paired with: gichi-apiitendaagozi vai

ishpendaagozi vai s/he is highly respected