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sandy
adj
sandy beach
mitaawangaa vii it is a sandy beach

sandy bottom
mitaawangaamikaa vii there is a sandy bottom

bingwiiwaamikaa vii there is a sandy bottom

sap
n
finish boiling sap
ishkwaagamizige vai s/he finishes boiling sap

gather sap
naadoobii vai s/he gathers sap; s/he goes to get water or other liquid

last run of sap
ishkwaagaa vii it is the last run of sap

lick sap
nooskwaanzo vai s/he licks sap

maple sap
ziinzibaakwadwaaboo ni maple sap

See also: ziinzibaakwadaaboo ni

ziinzibaakwadaaboo ni maple sap

See also: ziinzibaakwadwaaboo ni

wiishkobaaboo ni maple sap

start to run with sap
maajigaa vii it starts to leak, drip; it starts to run with sap

sap bucket
n
sap bucket of folded birch bark
biskitenaagan ni a sap bucket of folded birch bark; [BL] a birch bark basket

sap-boiling frame
n
sap-boiling frame
iskigamiziganaak ni a frame for holding sap-boiling kettles

sap-boiling lodge
n
sap-boiling lodge
iskigamizigewigamig ni a sap-boiling lodge

sap-boiling pole
n
sap-boiling pole
iskigamiziganaatig ni a sap-boiling pole

satin
n
satin
zenibaawegin ni silk, satin

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

na'endam vai2 s/he feels satisfied (with the outcome of some change or correction)

feel satisfied
debisewendam vai2 s/he feels satisfied, thinks there is enough

satisfy
vt
satisfy
debi' vta satisfy, benefit h/, give h/ something appropriate

saturated
adj
saturated
zhaabobii vii it is saturated