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okaniwaapine vai s/he has arthritis, has rheumatism

See also: okanaapine vai

okatig nid h/ forehead, brow

okawi' vta find h/ tracks

Paired with: okawitoon vti2

okawitoon vti2 find the tracks of it

Paired with: okawi' vta

okaad nid h/ leg

okaadakik na a large kettle or cauldon with small legs: a treaty kettle

okaadaak ni [ML] a carrot

See also: okaadaak na [C] [N]

okaadaak na [C] [N] a carrot

See also: okaadaak ni [ML]

okaaden vta braid h/; braid h/ hair

Paired with: okaadenan vti

(reflexive) okaadenidizo vai s/he braids h/ (own) hair
okaadenan vti braid it

Paired with: okaaden vta

(detransitive) okaadenige vai s/he braids things; s/he has braids (verb of undergoing) okaadenigaade vii it is braided (by someone); "they" braid it (derived noun) okaadenigan ni a braid; a braided rug
okaadenidizo vai s/he braids h/ (own) hair

okaadenigan ni a braid; a braided rug

okaadenigaade vii it is braided (by someone); "they" braid it

okaadenige vai s/he braids things; s/he has braids

okaadi vai s/he has legs

okaadi-ginebig na lizard

okaadikaan ni a vertical strut or stanchion on a sled; a leg prosthesis

okaakigan nid h/ chest

oke- pv lex [RL] easily, weak

See also: wake- pv lex

okeyaw na a fish decoy

okidinan nad her vulva

okij ni a pipe stem

okijaabik ni a pipe through which smoke goes: a stove pipe, a tail pipe

okijiikaan ni a stovepipe

okik ni a snowshoe or sled crossbar