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jaangaanoweni vai s/he sticks h/ tail up

jaangidiyeni vai s/he sticks h/ rear end out

jaangidiyeshin vai s/he lies with h/ rear sticking out

jejiibajikii na an elephant

jekadaawangisin vii it lies partway up on the beach

jekadaawangiweba'an vti paddle it up on the beach, beach it

jekaagaminan vti dip it in (a liquid)

jekaakwa'am vai2 s/he goes into the woods

jekibidoon vti2 pull it partway up on or into something

Paired with: jekibizh vta

jekibizh vta pull h/ partway up on or into something

Paired with: jekibidoon vti2

jekisidoon vti2 put it partway up on or into something

Paired with: jekishim vta

jekisin vii it lies partway up on or in something

Paired with: jekishim vta

jekishim vta put h/ partway up on or into something

Paired with: jekisidoon vti2

jekishin vai s.he lies partway up on or in something

Paired with: jekisin vii

jeko-mazina'igan ni a check

ji- pv tns in order to; that, so that; future tense and modal (in unchanged conjunct verbs)

da- pv tns ; daa- pv tns ; ga- pv tns

jibaakwewi-gizhaabikizigan ni [BL] a cookstove

See also: jiibaakwe-gizhaabikizigan ni

jibwaa- pv tns before

See also: dabwaa- pv tns

jiibadabi vai s/he sits stiffly

jiibadaakogaabawi vai s/he stands stiffly

jiibadaakogaade vai s/he has a stiff leg

jiibadaakonike vai s/he has a stiff arm

jiibajigaade vai s/he has a stiff leg

jiibajigwayawe vai s/he has a stiff neck

jiibajinike vai s/he has a stiff arm