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

danabwezo vai s/he sweats in a certain place

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

danademo vai s/he cries 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

danakamigad vii it (an event) takes place, happens in a certain place

Paired with: danakamigizi vai

danakamigizi vai s/he has an event in a certain place; s/he works, plays (in a certain place)

Paired with: danakamigad vii

danakii vai s/he lives, dwells in a certain place

(derived noun) danakiiwin ni home; place of residence
danakiiwin ni home; place of residence

danakone vii it burns, blazes there; there is flame there

danam vta eat it (animate) in a certain place

Paired with: danandan vti

danamandam vai2 s/he has pain in a certain place

danandan vti eat it in a certain place

Paired with: danam vta

(detransitive) dananjige vai s/he eats in a certain place
dananjige vai s/he eats in a certain place

dananokii vai s/he works in a certain place

danapidoon vti2 tie it in a certain place

Paired with: danapizh vta

danapizh vta tie h/ at a certain place

Paired with: danapidoon vti2

danataadiwag vai they bet with each other in a certain place; they play cards in a certain place

danawazo vai s/he warms h/ self at a certain place

danawinzo vai s/he picks berries in a certain place

danaabandam vai2 s/he dreams of being in a certain place

danaabate vii there is smoke or vapor in a certain place