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gabikooba' vta run past h/

gabikooshimo vai s/he dances past someone

gad- pv tns future tense

ga- pv tns

gadiskaapi vai s/he can't hold back h/ laughter, break out in laughter

gadiskibidoon vti2 [BL] disconnect it [pulling]; split it open (with hands), pull it apart and open; pull the plug on it

Paired with: gadiskibizh vta [BL] See also: gidiskibidoon vti2 [S]

gadiskibizh vta [BL] disconnect h/; split h/ open (with hands), pull h/ apart and open

Paired with: gadiskibidoon vti2 [BL] See also: gidiskibizh vta

gagagwejim vta keep asking h/

gaganoonidiwag vai they talk to each other, have a conversation

gaganoozh vta talk to h/, have a conversation with h/

gagawaapi vai

gagaanjinawe' vta irritate, provoke, tease h/

(detransitive) gagaanjinawe'iwe vai s/he irritates, provokes, teases people
gagaanjinawe'iwe vai s/he irritates, provokes, teases people

gagaanjinawem vta irritate, provoke, tease h/ (by speech)

(reciprocal) gagaanjinawendiwag vai they irritate, provoke, tease each other (by speech)
gagaanjinawendiwag vai they irritate, provoke, tease each other (by speech)

gagaanjinawenge vai s/he teases, irritates, harasses people (by speech)

gagaanoganzhii vai s/he has long nails, claws

gagaanonagweyaa vii it has long sleeves

gagaanooziwag vai they are tall, are long

gagaanwa'amii vai s/he takes long steps

gagaanwaabide vai s/he has long teeth

gagaanwaabiigadoon vii they (something string-like) are long

gagaanwaabiigi- pv lex long and stringy (especially plural)

gagaanwaabiigi-bakwezhigan na spaghetti

gagaanwaabiigitawage vai s/he has long floppy ears

gagaanwaakoganzhii vai s/he has long nails or claws