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vegetable soup
n
vegetable soup
gitigaanensi-naboob ni vegetable soup

velvet
n
velvet
miishiigin ni velvet

venison
n
venison
waawaashkeshiwi-wiiyaas ni deer meat, venison

very
adv
very
aapiji adv deg very, quite

See also: gaawiin aapiji adv deg

enda- pv lex very, quite; just; real

See also: wenda- pv lex

gichi- pv lex very, quite; big; great

See also: chi- pv lex

a very little bit
bangiishenh adv qnt a very little bit; just a little

very sick
onzaamine vai s/he is very sick

aanimizi vai s/he suffers, is in distress, is very sick

very windy
gichi-noodin vii it is very windy, is stormy

vessel
n
drinking vessel
minikwaajigan ni drinking vessel (larger than a cup): a glass, a mug, a tankard, a chalice

vest
n
vest
gibide'ebizon ni a vest

veteran
n
veteran
ogichidaa na a ceremonial headman; a warrior, a veteran

ogichidaawi vai s/he is an ogichidaa (ceremonial headman), is a warrior, is a veteran

veteran's home
n
veteran's home
zhimaaganishiiwigamig ni a veteran's home

veteran's hospital
n
veteran's hospital
zhimaaganishii-aakoziiwigamig ni a veteran's hospital

vice
[tool]
n
vice