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abininjiizo vai s/he warms h/ (own) hands

abinoojiinh na a child

(verb of pretending) abinoojiinyikaazo vai s/he pretends to be a child (verb of being) abinoojiinyiwi vai s/he is a child (verb of possession) odabinoojiinyimi vai s/he has a child or children; s/he is expecting a child
abinoojiinyens na a baby

abinoojiinyikaazo vai s/he pretends to be a child

abinoojiinyiwi vai s/he is a child

abinoonjii na

abinoojiinh na

abiwin ni a room, a living room

abiz vta warm h/ at the fire

Paired with: abizan vti

(reflexive) abizodizo vai s/he warms h/ self at the fire or stove
abizamaw vta warm (it) for h/ at the fire

abizan vti warm it at the fire

Paired with: abiz vta

(benefactive) abizamaw vta warm (it) for h/ at the fire (detransitive) abizige vai s/he warms (something) at the fire (verb of undergoing) abizigaade vii it is warmed at the fire (by someone), "they" warm it at the fire (verb of undergoing) abizigaazo vai s/he is warmed at the fire (by someone), "they" warm h/ at the fire
abizidezo vai s/he warms h/ (own) foot or feet

abizidezwi vta warm h/ foot or feet

abizigaade vii it is warmed at the fire (by someone), "they" warm it at the fire

abizigaazo vai s/he is warmed at the fire (by someone), "they" warm h/ at the fire

abizige vai s/he warms (something) at the fire

abizo vai s/he warms up at the fire or stove

Paired with: abide vii

abizodizo vai s/he warms h/ self at the fire or stove

abizwi vta [NI]

abiz vta

abizwi vta [NI]

abiz vta

abiichigaade vii it is occupied

abiigiz vta warm h/ at fire (as something sheet-like)

Paired with: abiigizan vti

abiigizan vti warm it (something sheet-like) at a fire

Paired with: abiigiz vta

(detransitive) abiigizige vai s/he warms (things) [sheet-like] at the fire; s/he warms the drum
abiigizige vai s/he warms (things) [sheet-like] at the fire; s/he warms the drum

abiigizigewinini na a drum heater

abiigizwi vta [NI]

abiigiz vta