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ojiindan vti kiss it

Paired with: ojiim vta

ojiindiwag vai they kiss

ojiindiwi-giizhigad vii it is New Year's Day

ojiingwanan nad h/ lap; h/ (front of) thigh

ojiishanowe vai s/he has a scar on h/ cheek

ojiishaawigane vai s/he has a scar on h/ back

ojiishidaamikane vai s/he has a scar on h/ jaw, has a scar on h/ chin

ojiishigaade vai s/he has a scar on h/ leg

ojiishigwayawe vai s/he has a scar on h/ neck

ojiishijaane vai s/he has scar on h/ nose

ojiishijiizi vai s/he has a scar on h/ belly

ojiishindibe vai s/he has a scar on h/ head

ojiishinike vai s/he has a scar on h/ arm

ojiishininjii vai s/he has a scar on h/ hand

ojiishitawage vai s/he has scar on h/ ear

ojiishizi vai s/he has a scar

ojiishizide vai s/he has a scar on h/ foot

ojiishiingwe vai s/he has a scar on h/ face

ojiishtadeyaab nid sinew

okakwan nid h/ shin

okan nid h/ bone

okanakosimaan ni a squash

okanaapine vai s/he has arthritis, has rheumatism

See also: okaniwaapine vai

(derived noun) okanaapinewin ni arthritis
okanaapinewin ni arthritis

okandiikan ni a buoy (marking the location of a net)