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dasoogaabawiwag vai a certain number of them stand together

dasoogaade vai s/he has so many legs

dasookawewag vai they leave a certain number of tracks

dasookik qnt num a certain number of pails, a certain number of pailfuls

dasoonag qnt num so many boats or canoes, so many boatloads

dasoonagiziwag vai there are a certain number of canoes of them

dasoonaagan ni a deadfall trap; a trap

dasoopidewan vii a certain number of them (inanimate) are tied together

Paired with: dasoopizowag vai

dasoopidoon vti2 tie a certain number of them (inanimate) together

Paired with: dasoopizh vta

dasoopizh vta tie, hitch a certain number of them (animate) together

Paired with: dasoopidoon vti2

dasoopizowag vai a certain number of them (animate) are tied together, are hitched together

Paired with: dasoopidewan vii

dasooshinoog vai a certain number of them lie together

dasooshkimod qnt num a certain number of bags

dasooshkin qnt num certain number of bags; so many bags

dasoozh vta trap h/

dasoozo vai s/he is trapped, pinned down

daswaabide vai s/he has so many teeth

daswaabik qnt num a certain number of dollars; so many dollars

daswaak qnt num so many hundreds

daswaandagizi vai it (animate) has a certain number of tree needles

daswaanikwe vai s/he has so many hairs (on h/ head)

daswaatig qnt num a certain number of stick-like objects

dasweg qnt num so many pieces of something sheet-like

dasweginigan qnt num a certain number of packages

daswemikwaanens qnt num a certain number of spoonfuls