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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

dwaasin vii it goes through the ice

Paired with: dwaashin vai

dwaashin vai s/he falls through the ice; s/he or it (animate) goes through the ice

Paired with: dwaasin vii