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waabishkiigad vii it is white (as something sheet-like)

Paired with: waabishkiigizi vai

waabishkiigin ni a sheet; white cloth

waabishkiigizi vai s/he is white (as something sheet-like)

Paired with: waabishkiigad vii

waabishkiingwe vai s/he is white-faced

waabishkiingwechigan ni face powder

waabishkiingwechige vai s/he uses face powder

waabishkiiwe vai s/he is a white person; s/he is pale-complexioned

waabishkiiwed na-v [N] a white person, a whiteman wayaabishkiiwed na-v [S] a white person
waabishkiiwed na-v [N] a white person, a whiteman

See also: wayaabishkiiwed na-v [S]

waabizhagindibe vai s/he is bald

waabizheshi na a marten

[
American marten, pine marten
Martes americana
]

waabizheshiwanii'igan ni a marten trap

waabizheshiwayaan na a marten hide

waabizii na a swan

[
trumpter swan
Cygnus buccinator
]

waabiziiwanwi ni [BL] buckshot

waabizo vai s/he turns light (in color)

Paired with: waabide vii

waabiiganaandam vai2 s/he is pale from being hungry

waabiingwe vai s/he is pale-faced

waaboshkaakodan vti peel the bark off it exposing the light wood

waabowayaan ni [N] a blanket

See also: waabooyaan ni [S]

waabozo-mowens ni a rabbit dropping

waabooyaan ni [S] a blanket

See also: waabowayaan ni [N]

(verb of making) waabooyaanike vai s/he makes a blanket
waabooyaanike vai s/he makes a blanket

waabooz na a rabbit, a snowshoe hare

[
snowshoe hare
Lepus americanus
]

(verb of abundance) waaboozokaa vai there are (a lot of) rabbits
waaboozekon ni [BL] a netted rabbit hide blanket

(verb of making) waaboozekonike vai [BL] s/he makes a netted rabbitskin blanket
waaboozekonikaanaak ni a frame for netting a rabbit hide blanket