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na'aabikisidoon vti2

Paired with: na'aabikishim vta

na'aabikishim vta

Paired with: na'aabikisidoon vti2

na'aabiiginan vti adjust it (string-like)

na'aangabi vai he (a son-in-law) lives with his wife's parents

na'aanganikwe na a daughter-in-law

na'aangish na a son-in-law

na'aangii nad

na'aangish na

na'egaaj adv man go easy!; not too hard!; easily; without effort

na'endam vai2 s/he feels satisfied (with the outcome of some change or correction)

na'endan vti think it is easy

na'enimo vai s/he stores things away

na'idaa adv tmp coincidentally; just then; right at the time

na'igaabawi vai s/he adjusts h/ stance

na'imaam vta be able to smell h/ well

Paired with: na'imaandan vti

na'imaandan vti be able to smell it well

Paired with: na'imaam vta

na'imaanjige vai s/he is able to smell something well, has a good sense of smell

na'imine vai s/he stores rice or berries

na'in vta bury h/; put away, store h/

Paired with: na'inan vti

na'inamaw vta put it away, store (it) for h/

na'inan vti put away, store away it

Paired with: na'in vta

(benefactive) na'inamaw vta put it away, store (it) for h/ (detransitive) na'inige vai s/he puts things away (verb of undergoing) na'inigaade vii it is put away, stored (by someone), "they" put it away, store it (verb of undergoing) na'inigaazo vai s/he is put away (by someone), "they" put h/ away; s/he is buried (by someone), "they" bury h/
na'inigaade vii it is put away, stored (by someone), "they" put it away, store it

na'inigaazo vai s/he is buried (by someone), "they" bury h/; s/he is put away (by someone), "they" put h/ away

na'inige vai s/he puts things away

na'isidoon vti2 adjust it; put it in order, put it away

Paired with: na'ishim vta

(detransitive) na'isijige vai s/he puts things in order
na'isijige vai s/he puts things in order