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aaboojigwaazo vai s/he is sewn inside out

Paired with: aaboojigwaade vii

aaboojisidoon vti2 put it wrong side out

Paired with: aaboojishim vta

aaboojishim vta put h/ wrong side out

Paired with: aaboojisidoon vti2

aaboojiigin vta turn h/ inside out (sheet-like)

Paired with: aaboojiiginan vti

aaboojiiginan vti turn it inside out (sheet-like)

Paired with: aaboojiigin vta

(detransitive) aaboojiiginige vai s/he turns things (something sheet-like) inside out (verb of undergoing) aaboojiiginigaade vii it (something sheet-like) is turned inside out (by someone) (verb of undergoing) aaboojiiginigaazo vai s/he (something sheet-like) is turned inside out (by someone)
aaboojiiginigaade vii it (something sheet-like) is turned inside out (by someone)

aaboojiiginigaazo vai s/he (something sheet-like) is turned inside out (by someone)

aaboojiiginige vai s/he turns things (something sheet-like) inside out

aaboozikan vti put it on inside out, wear it inside out

Paired with: aaboozikaw vta

aaboozikaw vta put h/ on inside out, wear h/ inside out

Paired with: aaboozikan vti

aaboozikaa vai s/he turns inside out

Paired with: aaboozikaa vii

aaboozikaa vii it turns inside out

Paired with: aaboozikaa vai

aadawa'am vta go with h/ in a boat

aadaabikishin vai s/he is stranded by rocks or a rocky ridge

aadaagone vai s/he is blocked by the snow

aadaagoneshin vai s/he is snowbound

aadaakoshin vai s/he is blocked by a log or tree; s/he is locked out

aadikwe'am vai2 s/he steers; s/he sits in back of canoe

aadikwe'an vti steer it

(detransitive) aadikwe'ige vai s/he steers
aadikwe'igan ni a steering wheel

aadikwe'ige vai s/he steers

aadisookaan na a spirit

See also: aadizookaan na

aadizookaw vta tell a sacred story (a legend, a myth) to h/

aadizookaan na
  1. a sacred story (a legend, a myth)
  2. a spirit

See also: aadisookaan na

aadizookaan ni a sacred story (a legend, a myth)

See also: aadizookaan na