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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
odishiwe vai s/he comes up to, visits people; gets to where people are

odishkodemi vai s/he has a fire or fires

odishkodensimi vai s/he has a match or matches

odita' vta paddle up to h/

Paired with: odita'an vti

(detransitive) odita'owe vai s/he paddles up to where people are (reciprocal) odita'odiwag vai they paddle up to each other
odita'an vti get to it (by water), reach it (by water)

Paired with: odita' vta

odita'odiwag vai they paddle up to each other

odita'owe vai s/he paddles up to where people are

odita'wi vta

odita' vta

oditan vti come up to, reach it

Paired with: odish vta

odiy nid h/ rump, rear end, butt

odoodaminwaagani vai s/he has a toy or doll

odoodaabaani vai s/he has a car or cars

odoodeman nad h/ clan

odoodemi vai s/he has a clan

odoodemim vta s/he has h/. as h/ clan or fellow clan member

(reciprocal) odoodemindiwag vai they have the same clan
odoodemindiwag vai they have the same clan

odoodenawi vai s/he has as h/ town

odoodikosiwan nad h/ kidney

odoodikosiwaapine vai s/he has a kidney disease

odoodooshiman nad her breast

odoogimaami vai s/he has a boss or bosses, a chief or chiefs

odoomoodaami vai s/he has a bottle

odoon nid h/ mouth