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boogijizh vta fart on h/; spray h/ as a skunk does

Paired with: boogijidan vti

boogijiiwii vai s/he farts lifting or in exertion

bookadinigan na a doughnut

bookobidoon vti2 break it in two (with hands)

Paired with: bookobizh vta

(detransitive) bookobijige vai s/he breaks something in two (with hands)
bookobijige vai s/he breaks something in two (with hands)

bookobizh vta break h/ in two (with hands)

Paired with: bookobidoon vti2

bookoboodoon vti2 saw it in two

Paired with: bookoboozh vta

bookoboozh vta saw h/ in two

Paired with: bookoboodoon vti2

bookodoondaneshin vai s/he falls and breaks her heel

bookodoone vai s/he stops talking abruptly

bookoga' vta chop h/ breaking h/ in two

Paired with: bookoga'an vti

bookoga'an vti chop it breaking it in half

Paired with: bookoga' vta

(detransitive) bookoga'ige vai s/he chops breaking things in half
bookoga'ige vai s/he chops breaking things in half

bookoganaam vta break h/ in two (by hitting)

Paired with: bookoganaandan vti

bookoganaandan vti break it in two (by hitting)

Paired with: bookoganaam vta

bookogane vai s/he has a broken bone

bookoganeshin vai s/he falls and breaks a bone

bookogaade vai s/he breaks h/ (own) leg, has a broken leg

bookogaadeshin vai s/he falls and break h/ leg

bookogidigweshin vai s/he falls and breaks h/ kneecap

bookogwebizh vta wring h/ neck

bookogweshin vai s/he falls and breaks h/ neck

bookojaane vai s/he has a broken nose

bookojaaneshin vai s/he falls and breaks h/ nose

bookojiibidoon vti2 break, tear it (body or something bag-like) in two

Paired with: bookojiibizh vta