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omakakiiwinini na a Finn

omakakomi vai s/he has a basket or baskets, has a box or boxes

omakizini vai s/he has moccasins or shoes

omanoominii na a Menominee

omashkimodaa vai s/he has a bag or bags, has a sack or sacks

omashkiigoo na a Cree

(verb of being) omashkiigoowi vai s/he is a Cree
omashkiigoomo vai s/he speaks Cree

(derived noun) omashkiigoomowin ni Cree language
omashkiigoomowin ni Cree language

omashkiigoowi vai s/he is a Cree

omashkoziisimin na [BL] a bean

omashkooz na an elk

[
American elk, wapiti
Cervus elaphus
]

omashkoozo-wiiyaas ni elk meat

omazina'igani vai s/he has a book or books, has a document or documents

omaa adv loc here

omaamaayan nad h/ mother

omaamaayi vai s/he has a mother

ombagoode vii it hangs up in the air, is suspended

Paired with: ombagoojin vai

ombagoodoon vti2 hang it up; suspend it off the ground

Paired with: ombagoozh vta

ombagoojin vai s/he or it (animate) hangs up in the air; s/he or it (animate) is suspended up in the air

Paired with: ombagoode vii

ombagoozh vta hang h/ up; suspend h/ off the ground

Paired with: ombagoodoon vti2

omba'an vti raise it using something

omba'igan ni a tool used to raise something: a jack, a lever

omba'iganaabik ni trap-setting tongs

omba'iganaak ni a trap setter

See also: omba'iganaabik ni

ombakamigaa vii there is a rise in the ground