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dewikwe-mashkikiins ni an aspirin

dewikwengwaam vai [S] s/he has a headache from sleeping too long

dewikwese vai s/he gets a sudden headache

dewikweshki vai s/he has chronic headaches

dewimisade vai s/he has a stomachache

dewinawe vai [LLC] h/ cheek aches or cheeks ache

dewinike vai s/he has an ache in h/ arm

dewininjii vai s/he has an ache in h/ hand

dewipikwan vai [C] s/he has a backache

See also: dewipikwane vai

dewipikwane vai s/he has a backache

See also: dewipikwan vai [C]

dewishkiinzhigwe vai h/ eye aches or eyes ache

dewitawage vai s/he has an earache

dewitigwaane vai [BL] s/he has a headache

dewizi vai s/he aches, has an ache

dewizide vai s/he has an ache in h/ foot

di vai s/he has something the matter with h/

di- vai s/he has a certain thing the matter with h/; s/he is in a certain condition

diba' vta pay for h/, bail h/ out

Paired with: diba'an vti

diba'akii vai s/he surveys land

diba'akiiwinini na a surveyor

diba'amaw vta pay h/ for (it), pay (it) to him

(detransitive) diba'amaage vai s/he pays people for (something) (reciprocal) diba'amaadiwag vai they pay each other for (it)
diba'amaadiwag vai they pay each other for (it)

diba'amaage vai s/he pays people for (something)

diba'an vti pay for it

Paired with: diba' vta

diba'aatigwaan ni a measuring used for measuring: a yardstick, a timber measuring stick, [esp. diminutive] a ruler