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gagiibwaabimo vai s/he has swollen eyes from crying

gagiichii vai s/he takes off h/ (own) shoes or moccasins

gagiigam vta pick out the best of h/ to eat

Paired with: gagiigandan vti

gagiigandan vti pick out the best of it to eat

Paired with: gagiigam vta

(detransitive) gagiiganjige vai s/he picks out the best things to eat
gagiiganjige vai s/he picks out the best things to eat

gagiigaabam vta pick out the best of h/ by sight

Paired with: gagiigaabandan vti

gagiigaabandan vti pick out the best of it by sight

Paired with: gagiigaabam vta

gagiigin vta select, pick, choose (the best) from h/

Paired with: gagiiginan vti

gagiiginan vti select, pick, choose (the best) from it

Paired with: gagiigin vta

gagiigizh vta cut out the best part of h/

Paired with: gagiigizhan vti

gagiigizhamaw vta cut out the best part (of it) for h/

gagiigizhan vti cut out the best part of it

Paired with: gagiigizh vta

(detransitive) gagiigizhige vai s/he cuts out the best part (benefactive) gagiigizhamaw vta cut out the best part (of it) for h/
gagiigizhige vai s/he cuts out the best part

gagiijaabi vai s/he has bulging eyes

gagiikim vta preach to, instruct h/

gagiikimaawaso vai s/he preachs to children

gagiikimaawasowin ni education by preaching and exhortation
gagiikimaawasowin ni education by preaching and exhortation

gagiikindiwag vai they preach to each other

gagiikwe vai s/he preaches

gagiikwe-mazina'igan ni a bible

gagiikwewikwe na a preacher, a minister (female)

gagiikwewin ni preaching, exhortation, instruction

gagiikwewinini na a preacher, a minister (male)

gagiinawishki vai s/he is a habitual liar

gagiipanowe vai s/he has chapped cheeks