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dagwaajiwanzan vti add it to something boiling (such as your soup)

Paired with: dagwaajiwanz vti

dagwaajiwanzanwi vta [NI]

dagwaajiwanz vti

dagwishin vai s/he arrives, gets somewhere

See also: dagoshin vai

dagwii vai s/he is among others, joins in, is a member, belongs to a group

dajise vai s/he is late, doesn't have time, has time run out on h/

dakabi vai s/he sits in a cold place, lives in a cold house

dakadaawangaa vii there is cool sand, is a cool beach

dakagwinjidoon vti2 cool it in water

dakaji vai s/he gets a chill, has a cold

dakakamigaa vii it is cold ground

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

dakamaabikaa vii there are rocks extending across ahead

dakamaagone'igaade vii

dakamaakwaa vii there are trees extending across ahead

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

dakaabaawanidizo vai s/he cools h/self with water

dakaabaawazh vta cool h/ with water

Paired with: dakaabaawadoon vti2

dakaabaawazo vai s/he cools h/ self with water, cools off in water

dakaabaawe vai s/he gets cold and wet

(applicative) dakaabaawadoon vti2 cool it with water (applicative) dakaabaawazh vta cool h/ with water
(reflexive) dakaabaawanidizo vai s/he cools h/self with water
dakaabaawe vii it cools off in water

Paired with: dakaabaawe vai