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How to use the Ojibwe People's Dictionary

animal
n
domestic animal
awakaan na
  1. a domestic animal, a pet
  2. a captive, a slave

draft animal
odaabii'aagan na a draft animal

wild animal
awesiinh na a (wild) animal

ankle
n
ankle joint
bikwaakoganaan ni an ankle or wrist joint

twist ankle
biimaskoganese vai s/he twists h/ ankle

announce
vi
announce
wiindamaage vai s/he tells (it) to people, announces (it) to people, informs people

annoy
vt
annoy
migoshkaaji' vta annoy, bother, pester h/

migoshkaaji'idiwag vai they annoy, bother, pester each other

migoshkaaji'iwe vai s/he annoys, bothers, pesters people

annoyed
adj
annoyed
migoshkaadendam vai2 s/he is annoyed, is bothered, is worried

answer
vt
answer back
aazhidem vta answer h/ back; talk back to h/

answer
vi
answer
nakwetam vai2 s/he answers

ant
n
ant
enigoons na an ant

antler
n
antler
eshkan na horn (of an animal), antler

zaagiwine vai its horn or antler emerges, grows out

antler emerges
zaagiwine vai its horn or antler emerges, grows out

zazaagiwine vai its horns or antlers emerge, grow out

antler grows out
zaagiwine vai its horn or antler emerges, grows out

zazaagiwine vai its horns or antlers emerge, grow out

big antler
mamaangiwine vai s/he has big horns or antlers

deer antler
waawaashkeshiweshkan na a deer antler

moose antler
moozweshkan na a moose antler

shed antlers
biniwine vai s/he sheds h/ antlers

anus
n
anus
nijiid nid my anus

gijiid nid your anus

ojiid nid h/ anus