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nabaginan vti flatten it (by hand)

Paired with: nabagin vta

nabagisag na a board, a plank

nabagisago-jiimaan ni a wooden boat or canoe

nabagise vai s/he goes flat suddenly

Paired with: nabagise vii

nabagise vii it goes flat suddenly

Paired with: nabagise vai

nabagishkan vti flatten it (with foot or body)

Paired with: nabagishkaw vta

nabagishkaw vta flatten h/ (with foot or body)

Paired with: nabagishkan vti

nabagishkaa vai s/he flattens, goes flat

Paired with: nabagishkaa vii

nabagishkaa vii it flattens, goes flat

Paired with: nabagishkaa vai

nabagishkoode vii it is flattened (by weight or pressure)

Paired with: nabagishkoozo vai

nabagishkoodoon vti2 flatten it (by weight or pressure)

Paired with: nabagishkoozh vta

nabagishkoozh vta flatten h/ (by weight or pressure)

Paired with: nabagishkoodoon vti2

nabagishkoozo vai s/he is flattened (by weight or pressure)

Paired with: nabagishkoode vii

nabagitoon vti2 make it flat

Paired with: nabagi' vta

nabagizi vai s/he is flat

Paired with: nabagaa vii

nabagizide vai s/he has flat feet

nabagiingwe vai s/he has a flat face

nabane-aya'ii adv loc on one side

nabanegaade vai s/he has only one leg

nabanegaadeshimo vai s/he dances on one leg

(derived noun) nabanegaadeshimowin ni a one-legged dance
nabanegaadeshimowin ni a one-legged dance

nabanekizine vai s/he has only one shoe on

nabanenike vai s/he has only one arm

nabaneningwii vai s/he has only one wing

nabaneninjii vai s/he has only one hand