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ode'imini-baashkiminasigan ni strawberry sauce or jam

ode'imini-giizis na June

ode'iminibag ni a strawberry leaf

ode'iminike vai s/he picks strawberries, processes strawberries

ode'iminikewi-giizis na [BL] June

odemikwaani vai s/he has a spoon or spoons, has a ladle or ladles

odemikwaani vai s/he (a turtle) has a shell

odenaniw nid h/ tongue

odenaniw ni [BL] trap trigger

odengway nid [ML] h/ face

odengwaan nid [N] h/ face

nindengwaan nid [N] my face gidengwaan nid [N] your face
odenigoman nad h/ nostril

odeshkani vai s/he has horns, has antlers; it (animate; insect or bug) has antennae, has feelers

odewe'igani vai s/he has a drum or drums

odezigaami vai s/he has a woodtick or woodticks

odikinaagani vai s/he has a cradleboard, is in the cradleboard

odikomi vai s/he has lice

odikwemi vai he has a woman, has a wife

odinimaangan nid h/ shoulder

odiniigan nid h/ shoulder blade (scapula)

odis nid h/ navel, umbilical cord

odisaabam vta get to the time of seeing h/

Paired with: odisaabandan vti

odisaabandan vti get to the time of seeing it

odisidiwag vai they meet each other; they come to each other

odish vta come up to, reach, visit h/; get to where h/ is

Paired with: oditan vti

(detransitive) odishiwe vai s/he comes up to, visits people; gets to where people are (reciprocal) odisidiwag vai they meet each other; they come to each other