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gooniwi vai s/he is snowy, has snow on h/

Paired with: gooniwan vii

goopadendan vti think it worthless

Paired with: goopadenim vta

goopadenim vta think h/ worthless

Paired with: goopadendan vti

goopadizi vai s/he is worthless, is useless

goos nad your father

goozhishenh nad your grandchild

gwanabaaboode vii it capsizes in the current

gwanabaaboozo vai s/he capsizes in the current

Paired with: gwanabaaboode vii

gwanabaasin vii it capsizes, is upset in the wind

Paired with: gwanabaashi vai

gwanabaashi vai s/he capsizes, is upset in wind

Paired with: gwanabaasin vii

gwanabibizo vai s/he tips over driving

gwanabinan vti tilt it, turn it over (spilling out the contents)

gwanabinaagane vai s/he upsets h/ dish or plate

gwanabise vii it tips, capsize

Paired with: gwanabise vai

gwanabise vai s/he tips, capsizes

Paired with: gwanabise vii

gwanabishkan vti tip it (with foot or body)

gwanabishkaa vai s/he capsizes, tips over

gwanabitaa vai s/he turns over

gwanabiwebaashi vai s/he tips, capsizes in the wind

gwayak adv man
  1. straight
  2. right, correct

gwayako- pv lex
  1. straight
  2. right, correct, proper

gwayako-bimaadizi vai s/he leads the right kind of life

gwayako-bimaadiziwin ni the right kind of life

gwayako-zhooniyaa na cash, ready money

gwayakobatoo vai s/he runs straight