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didibashkwemaginan vti roll it up as bark

didibaanowe vai it (animate) has a curly tail

didibibide vii it rolls, goes around

Paired with: didibibizo vai

didibibizo vai s/he rolls

Paired with: didibibide vii

didibide vti rotate, roll it

Paired with: didibin vta

didibin vta roll h/ using something forcefully

Paired with: didibide vti

didibininjiibizo vai s/he wears a ring

didibininjiibizon ni a ring

didibise-apabiwin ni a rocking chair

dikinaagan ni a cradle board

See also: adikinaagan ni [RL]

(verb of making) dikinaaganike vai s/he makes a cradleboard (verb of possession) odikinaagani vai s/he has a cradleboard, is in the cradleboard
dikinaaganike vai s/he makes a cradleboard

dikineyaab ni a cradle board wrapper

dimibiiyaa vii the slush is deep

dimii vii it is deep (of a body of water)

dino pron sim a certain kind or type of something [inanimate]; sort

dinowa pron sim a certain kind or type of something [inanimate]

dinowa pron sim a certain kind or type of being or of something [animate]

dipaabaawadoon vti2 moisten it, get it wet

Paired with: dipaabaawazh vta

dipaabaawazh vta moisten h/, it (animate), get h/, it (animate) wet

Paired with: dipaabaawadoon vti2

dipaabaawazo vai s/he gets h/self wet, soaked

dipaabaawe vai s/he is moist

Paired with: dipaabaawe vii

dipaabaawe vii it is moist, is wet

Paired with: dipaabaawe vai

dipiiwakamigaa vii it is damp ground

dipiiwibagaa vii there are wet leaves

dipiiwininjii vai h/ hand is wet