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izhiwiiwakwaane vai s/he wears such a hat, wears a hat a certain way

izhizide vai s/he has such a foot or such feet

izhizideni vai s/he moves h/ foot a certain way

izhizidetaw vta reach out your foot to h/

izhiigad vii it (sheet-like) is a certain way, is so

Paired with: izhiigizi vai

izhiigibidoon vti2 tear it (sheet-like) a certain way

Paired with: izhiigibizh vta

izhiigibizh vta tear it (animate; sheet-like) a certain way

Paired with: izhiigibidoon vti2

izhiigin vta fold it (animate; sheet-like) a certain way

Paired with: izhiiginan vti

izhiiginan vti fold it (sheet-like) a certain way

Paired with: izhiigin vta

(verb of undergoing) izhiiginigaade vii it (sheet-like) is folded a certain way (verb of undergoing) izhiiginigaazo vai it (animate; sheet-like) is folded a certain way
izhiiginigaade vii it (sheet-like) is folded a certain way

izhiiginigaazo vai it (animate; sheet-like) is folded a certain way

izhiigisidoon vti2 spread it (sheet-like) a certain way

izhiigizi vai it (animate; sheet-like) is a certain way, is so

Paired with: izhiigad vii

izhiinowag vai they go to a certain place in a group