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dakakamigaa vii it is cold ground

dakamanji'o vai s/he is chilled, feels cold

dakamaabikaa vii there are rocks extending across ahead

dakamaakwaa vii there are trees extending across aheasd

dakamaanakwagoode vii there is a row of clouds extended across

dakamibiiyaa vii there is water extending across ahead

dakamisin vii it lies across in front

dakate vii it (a room or house) is cold

dakaa vii it (a thing) is cool

Paired with: dakizi vai

dakaabaawadoon vti2 cool it with water

Paired with: dakaabaawazh vta

dakaabaawazh vta cool h/ with water

Paired with: dakaabaawadoon vti2

dakaabaawazo vai s/he cools h/ self with water

dakaabaawe vai s/he gets cold and wet

dakaabaawe vii it cools off in water

Paired with: dakaabaawe vai

dakaagamin vii it (a liquid) is cold

dakaagamisin vii it (a liquid) cools off

dakaagonesidoon vti2 cool it in the snow

Paired with: dakaagoneshim vta

dakaagoneshim vta cool it (animate) in the snow

Paired with: dakaagonesidoon vti2

dakaakweyaa vii it is cool among the trees

dakaanimad vii it is a cold wind

dakaasijigan ni an air conditioner; a cooling fan

dakaasin vii it is cooled by the wind

Paired with: dakaashi vai

dakaasindoon vti2 cool it in the wind, in the air

Paired with: dakaashim vta

dakaasinjigan ni an air conditioner; a cooling fan

dakaashi vai s/he is cooled by the wind

Paired with: dakaasin vii