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bookwaabide vai s/he has a broken tooth, breaks h/ tooth

bookwaabidesidoon vti2 break teeth or blade it by dropping or hitting it against something

(detransitive) bookwaabidesijige vai s/he breaks h/ teeth or a blade against something
bookwaabidesijige vai s/he breaks h/ teeth or a blade against something

bookwaabideshin vai s/he falls and breaks a tooth or teeth

bookwaabik ni piece of metal

bookwaagime vai s/he breaks h/ snowshoe

bookwaanowebizh vta snap off h/ tail

bookwaasin vii it breaks in two in the wind

Paired with: bookwaashi vai

bookwaashi vai s/he breaks in two in the wind

Paired with: bookwaasin vii

bookwaawigane vai s/he has a broken back, breaks h/ back, is hunchbacked

bookwaawiganebizh vta break h/ back (with hands)

bookwaawiganeshin vai s/he falls and break h/ back

boome vai s/he recovers (from fright), regains composure, is relieved (from worry)

boona'amaazo vai s/he stops singing

boonakadoon vti2 anchor it

(derived noun) boonakajigan ni an anchor
boonakajigan ni an anchor

boonam vai2 s/he lays an egg

boonaabam vta stop looking at h/

Paired with: boonaabandan vti

boonaabandan vti stop looking at it

Paired with: boonaabam vta

boonaabi vai s/he stops looking

boonaanagidoon vai [S] s/he quits talking, stops talking

See also: boonaanagidoone vai [N]

boonaanagidoone vai [N] s/he quits talking, stops talking

See also: boonaanagidoon vai [S]

boonaanimad vii the wind lets up, dies down

boonaapi vai s/he stops laughing

boonendam vai2 s/he gives up, ignores something, quits thinking about something