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aajikode vii it is notched

aajim vta tell a story of h/

Paired with: aadodan vti

aajimodakwe vai s/he tells a war story

aajinike' vta link arms with h/; hook arms with h/

(reciprocal) aajinike'odiwag vai they link arms with each other
aajinike'odiwag vai they link arms with each other

aajiningwa'on ni a crutch

aajisag adv loc in the next room

aajizide'on ni [ML] a cradleboard footrest

aajizide'onaak ni a cradleboard footrest

aakomaagozi vai s/he stinks, smells acrid

Paired with: aakomaagwad vii

aakomaagwad vii it stinks, smells acrid

Paired with: aakomaagozi vai

aakomaam vta find h/ stinks, smells acrid

Paired with: aakomaandan vti

aakomaandan vti find it stinks, smells acrid

Paired with: aakomaam vta

aakomaasige vai s/he spreads a stink, an acrid smell by cooking of burning something

aakomaaso vai s/he stinks, smells acrid cooking or burning

Paired with: aakomaate vii

aakomaate vii it stinks, smells acrid cooking or burning

Paired with: aakomaaso vai

aakoshkade vai s/he has a stomachache

aakozi vai s/he is sick, is ill

(verb of pretending) aakoziikaazo vai s/he pretends to be sick (derived noun) aakoziwin ni a sickness, an illness, a disease
(verb of abundance) aakoziwinikaa vii there is (a lot of) sickness
aakozin vai + o s/he is sick in (it)

aakoziwin ni a sickness, an illness, a disease

aakoziwinikaa vii there is (a lot of) sickness

aakoziikaazo vai s/he pretends to be sick

aakoziishkaw vta make h/ sick (something consumed) [inv]

aakoziiwendaagozi vai s/he is thought sickly

aakoziiwidaabaan ni [RL] an ambulance

See also: aakoziiwidaabaan na