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diitibibizo vai s/he rolls off

diitibishkan vti bump it down off something, knock it down off something (with foot or body)

Paired with: diitibishkaw vta

diitibishkaw vta bump h/ down off something, knock h/ down off something (with foot or body)

Paired with: diitibishkan vti

diitibiweba'an vti knock it down off something (using something forcefully)

diitibiwebaasin vii it blows down off something

diitibiwebishkan vti bump and knock it down off something

Paired with: diitibiwebishkaw vta

diitibiwebishkaw vta bump and knock h/ down off something

Paired with: diitibiwebishkan vti

doodam vai2 s/he does something

doodan vti do something to it

Paired with: doodaw vta

doodaw vta do something to h/

Paired with: doodan vti

(reflexive) doodaazo vai s/he does something to h/ self (reflexive) doodaadizo vai s/he does something to h/ self (reciprocal) doodaadiwag vai they do something to each other
doodaadiwag vai they do something to each other

doodaadizo vai s/he does something to h/ self

doodaazo vai s/he does something to h/ self

doodooshaabo ni [BL] milk

See also: doodooshaaboo ni

doodooshaabowan vii [BL] it is milky

doodooshaaboo ni milk

doodooshaaboo-bimide ni butter

doodooshaaboo-bimidewikaan ni margarine

dooka' vta poke, jab, nudge h/ (using something)

Paired with: dooka'an vti

dooka'an vti poke, jab, tap, nudge it (using something)

Paired with: dooka' vta ; dooka'wi vta [BL]

dooka'wi vta [BL]

dooka' vta

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

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

dookaabiigiwebinan vti tug on it (as or on a line)

dookibidoon vti2 poke, jab it

Paired with: dookibizh vta