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dakwaakozi vai s/he is short (as something stick- or wood-like)

Paired with: dakwaakwad vii

dakwaakozide vai s/he has a short foot or (hind)paw, has short feet or (hind)paws

dakwaakwaboye vai s/he has a short paddle

dakwaakwad vii it is short (as something stick- or wood-like)

Paired with: dakwaakozi vai

dakwaakwashkad vii it (plant) has a short stalk

dakwaanawe vai [LLC] s/he has a short tail

See also: dakwaanowe vai

dakwaanowe vai s/he has a short tail

See also: dakwaanawe vai [LLC]

dakwaatoon vti2 make it short; shorten it

dakwegad vii it is short (as something sheet-like)

Paired with: dakwegizi vai

dakwegambizo vai she wears a short skirt

dakwegi' vta make it (animate; sheet-like) short

Paired with: dakwegitoon vti2

dakwegitoon vti2 make it (sheet-like) short

Paired with: dakwegi' vta

dakwegizh vta cut h/ (something sheet-like) short

Paired with: dakwegizhan vti

dakwegizhan vti cut it (something sheet-like) short

dakwegizi vai it (animate; sheet-like) is short

Paired with: dakwegad vii

dakwegizhwi vta [BL]

dakwegizh vta

danabi vai s/he lives there, is in h/ usual seat [as in lodge]

danabwezo vai s/he sweats in a certain place

danadaandiwag vai they hold a sale in a certain place

danadaawe vai + o s/he buys (it) in a certain place

danademo vai s/he cries, weeps in a certain place

danagindan vti read it in a certain place

danagoodoo vai s/he sets h/ snares in a certain place

dana'amaazo vai s/he sings in a certain place

danakamaw vta lie in wait for, ambush h/ in a certain place

See also: akamaw vta