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ikwapide vii it is tied up higher, out of the way

Paired with: ikwapizo vai

ikwapidoon vti2 tie it up higher, out of the way

Paired with: ikwapizh vta

ikwapizh vta tie h/ up higher, out of the way

Paired with: ikwapidoon vti2

ikwapizo vai s/he is tied up higher, out of the way

Paired with: ikwapide vii

ikwaabiigin vta pull h/ up with a rope

Paired with: ikwaabiiginan vti

ikwaabiiginan vti pull it up with a rope

Paired with: ikwaabiigin vta

ikwaanzhenan vti turn it (fire, light) up

(detransitive) ikwaanzhenige vai s/he turns the lights or flame up
ikwaanzhenige vai s/he turns the lights or flame up

ikwe na
  1. a woman, a lady
  2. a queen (card)

(verb of pretending) ikwekaazo vai s/he pretends to be a woman (verb of being) ikwewi vai s/he is a woman
(derived noun) ikwewiwin ni womanhood
(verb of possession) odikwemi vai he has a woman, has a wife
ikwe-biitooshkigan ni (item of) women's underwear

ikwe-biizikigan ni an item of women's clothing

ikwe-niimi vai s/he dances the women's dance

ikwe-niimi'idiwag vai they dance the women's dance

(derived noun) ikwe-niimi'idiwin ni women's dance
ikwe-niimi'idiwin ni women's dance

ikweginan vti hold or put it (something sheet-like) higher, out of the way

(detransitive) ikweginige vai s/he holds or puts something (sheet-like), higher, out of the way out of the way (verb of undergoing) ikweginigaade vii it (something sheet-like) is held or put higher, out of the way (by someone)
ikweginigaade vii it (something sheet-like) is held or put higher, out of the way (by someone)

ikweginige vai s/he holds or puts something (sheet-like), higher, out of the way out of the way

ikwekaazo vai s/he pretends to be a woman

ikwewaya'aa na a female

ikwewi vai s/he is a woman

ikwewiwin ni womanhood

ikwezens na a girl

(verb of being) ikwezensiwi vai s/he is a girl (verb of pretending) ikwezensikaazo vai s/he pretends to be a girl
ikwezensikaazo vai s/he pretends to be a girl

ikwezensiwi vai s/he is a girl

im= pf [first person prefix before b-]; my [the one or ones speaking, the first person]