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dookibizh vta poke, jab h/

Paired with: dookibidoon vti2

dookigwaadan vti poke it (with a stick)

dookin vta poke h/

Paired with: dookinan vti

dookinan vti poke it

Paired with: dookin vta

dookishkan vti poke, nudge, tap it (by foot or body)

Paired with: dookishkaw vta

dookishkaw vta poke, nudge, tap h/ (with foot or body)

Paired with: dookishkan vti

dookiwebin vta poke h/ forcefully

Paired with: dookiwebinan vti

dookiwebinan vti poke it forcefully

Paired with: dookiwebin vta

doonoo na [ML] a bull

dooskaabi vai s/he opens h/ eyes, squints

dooskaabishimo vai s/he dances with eyes partly open, peeks while dancing

(derived noun) dooskaabishimowin ni eyes open to peek dance
dooskaabishimowin ni eyes open to peek dance

dootooban vii it is springy ground

dootookaabiigibidoon vti2 jerk, tug it (string-like) repeatedly (with hands)

dootookaabiigishkan vti jerk, tug it (string-like) repeatedly (with foot or body)

dootookaabiigiwebinan vti tug and tug on it (as or on a line)

dwaabide vii it drives through ice

Paired with: dwaabizo vai

dwaabizo vai s/he drives through the ice

Paired with: dwaabide vii

dwaa'ibaan ni a hole made in the ice for water

dwaa'ibii vai s/he makes a water hole in the ice

(derived noun) dwaa'ibaan ni a hole made in the ice for water
dwaa'ige vai s/he makes a hole in the ice

dwaashin vai s/he falls through the ice