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makadewijaane vai s/he (an animal) has a black nose

makadewijiishkiwagad vii it is black mud

makadewikonaye vai s/he dresses in black

makadewikonaye na a priest

See also: mekadewikonaye na

makadewikonayekwe na a nun

makadewikoozhe vai s/he has a black beak

makadewiminagad vii it (something small and round; grain, berry) is black

Paired with: makadewiminagizi vai

makadewiminagizi vai it (animate; something small and round; grain, berry) is black

Paired with: makadewiminagad vii

makadewinaagozi vai it (animate) looks dark or black, appears dark or black

Paired with: makadewinaagwad vii

makadewinaagwad vii it looks dark or black, appears dark or black

Paired with: makadewinaagozi vai

makadewindibe vai s/he has black hair

makadewiningwii vai s/he has black wings

makadewitawage vai s/he has a black ear or black ears

makadewitigwaane vai [BL] s/he has black hair; s/he (a bird, an animal) has a black head

makadewitoon vti2 make it black

Paired with: makadewi' vta

makadewizi vai s/he is black, is dark

Paired with: makadewaa vii

makadewizigwaa vii there is dark ice

makadewiingwe vai s/he has a dark face, a black face

makadewiiyaas na a Black person; a person of African descent

makadewiiyaasikwe na a Black woman; a woman of African descent

makadeyaanakwad vii it is a dark cloud

See also: makadewaanakwad vii

makadeyaanowe vai s/he (an animal) has a black tail

See also: makadewaanowe vai

makak ni a semi-rigid or rigid container: a basket (especially one of birch bark), a box

(verb of making) makakoke vai s/he makes a basket (especially one of brich bark), makes a box (verb of possession) omakakomi vai s/he has a basket or baskets, has a box or boxes
makakoke vai s/he makes a basket (especially one of brich bark), makes a box

makakosag ni a large rigid containter: a tub. a barrel, a carton