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waabishkaa vii it is white

Paired with: waabishkizi vai

waabishkaabide vai s/he has white teeth

waabishkaabikad vii it is white (as something mineral)

Paired with: waabishkaabikizi vai

waabishkaabikizi vai s/he is white (as something mineral)

Paired with: waabishkaabikad vii

waabishkaabiigad vii it (string-like) is white

Paired with: waabishkaabiigizi vai

waabishkaabiigizi vai it (animate; string-like) is white

Paired with: waabishkaabiigad vii

waabishkaagamin vii it (a liquid) is white

waabishkaakigane vai s/he (a bird, an animal) has a white chest, is white-breasted

waabishkaakozi vai s/he is white (as something stick- or wood-like)

Paired with: waabishkaakwad vii

waabishkaakwad vii it is white (as something stick- or wood-like)

Paired with: waabishkaakozi vai

waabishkaanakwad vii there are white clouds

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 or it (animate) 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

(verb of undergoing) waabishkibii'igaade vii it is painted white (by someone), "they" 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