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assistance
n
assistance
wiiji'idiwin ni mutual help or assistance, helping others

wiidookodaadiwin ni mutual help or assistance, helping others

assistant
n
assistant
wiidookaagewinini na a helper, an assistant

wiidookaagewikwe na a helper (female), an assistant (female)

assistant director
n
assistant director
aanike-odaake-ogimaa na a lieutenant-governor; an assistant director

associate
vi
associate
wiisookaw vta associate with, be frequently with, be friendly with h/

wiisookodaadiwag vai they associate with each other, are with each other frequently, are friendly with each other

astonish
vi
astonish
maamakaadizi vai s/he amazes, astonishes

astonished
adj
astonished
maamakaadendan vti be amazed at, be astonished at, wonder at it

Paired with: maamakaadenim vta

maamakaadenim vta be amazed at, be astonished at, wonder at h/

Paired with: maamakaadendan vti

astonishing
adj
astonishing
maamakaadakamig pc disc amazing! astonishing!

maamakaaj adv man strange, amazing, astonishing

maamakaadendaagozi vai s/he is amazing, is astonishing, is a wonder

Paired with: maamakaadendaagwad vii

maamakaadendaagwad vii it is amazing, is astonishing, is a wonder

Paired with: maamakaadendaagozi vai

astride
adv
sit astride
desabi vai s/he sits astride, sits straddling something; s/he rides mounted on top

attack
vt
attack
mawinazh vta run at, rush at, charge, attack h/

Paired with: mawinadan vti

mawine'an vti charge, challenge, attack it

Paired with: mawine' vta ; mawine'wi vta [NI]

mawine'wi vta [NI]

mawine' vta

mookiitaw vta attack h/ from hiding

attempt
vi
attempt
goji- pv lex attempt; try