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waabishkaande vii it is colored white

Paired with: waabishkaanzo vai

waabishkaanowe vai s/he (an animal) has a white tail (at the tip)

waabishkaanzo vai s/he is colored white

Paired with: waabishkaande vii

waabishki- pv lex White; white

waabishki-bakwezhigan na white flour

waabishki-bimide ni lard

waabishki-ma'iingan na a white wolf

waabishki-manidoominens na a white bead

waabishki-miigwan na a white feather

See also: waabishkigwan na

waabishkibii'an vti paint it white

waabishkibii'igaade vii it is painted white (by someone), "they" paint it white

waabishkigwan na a white feather

See also: waabishki-miigwan na

waabishkigwane vai s/he (a bird) has white feathers

waabishki'o vai s/he wears white

waabishkikonaye vai s/he dresses in white

waabishkinaagozi vai s/he looks white, appears white

Paired with: waabishkinaagwad vii

waabishkinaagwad vii it looks white, appears white

Paired with: waabishkinaagozi vai

waabishkindibe vai s/he has white hair

waabishkisagad vii it (something board-like) is white

Paired with: waabishkisagizi vai

waabishkisagizi vai s/he (something board-like) is white

Paired with: waabishkisagad vii

waabishkitigwaane vai [BL]
  1. s/he (animal, bird) has a white head
  2. s/he has white hair

waabishkitoon vti2 make it white

waabishkizi vai s/he is white

Paired with: waabishkaa vii

waabishkizigozi vai s/he (ice) is white

See also: waabishkizigwaa vii

waabishkizigwaa vii it (cake-like, ice) is white, there is white ice

Paired with: waabishkizigozi vai