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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

dakaashim vta cool h/ in the wind, in the air

Paired with: dakaasindoon vti2

dakaawigane vai s/he has a cool back

dakaayaa vii it is cool (weather)

dakendam vai2 s/he feels chilly, feels a chill

daki- pv lex cool, cold

daki-ayaa vii it is cool

dakib ni cold water

dakibiisaa vii it is cold rain

See also: dakibiisaan vii [BL]

dakibiisaan vii [BL] it is cold rain

See also: dakibiisaa vii

dakidiye vai s/he has a cold rear

dakigamaabo ni [BL] a cold drink

dakigami-nibi ni cold water

dakigamin vii it is a cool liquid

dakigamisidoon vti2 set it (liquid) to cool

dakijaane vai s/he has a cold nose

dakininjii vai s/he has cool hand or cool hands

dakisagaa vii it is a cool floor

dakise vai s/he cools

Paired with: dakise vii

dakise vii it cools

Paired with: dakise vai

dakisidoon vti2 set it to cool

Paired with: dakishim vta

(derived noun) dakisijigan ni something that cools things: a refrigerator, a freezer