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waaboozekonike vai [BL] s/he makes a netted rabbitskin blanket

waaboozo-miikana ni a rabbit trail

waaboozo-moowens ni a rabbit dropping

waaboozo-nagwaagan ni a rabbit snare

waaboozo-wiiyaas ni rabbit meat

waaboozokaa vai there are (a lot of) rabbits

waaboozoninj ni a rabbit forepaw

waaboozotigwaan ni [BL] a rabbit head

waaboozwayaan na a rabbit skin

waaboozwaaboo ni rabbit soup

waagaa vii it is bent

Paired with: waagizi vai

waagaabikad vii it is bent (as something mineral)

Paired with: waagaabikizi vai

waagaabikizi vai s/he is bent (as something mineral)

Paired with: waagaabikad vii

waagaakozi vai s/he is bent (as something stick- or wood-like)

Paired with: waagaakwad vii

waagaakwad vii it is bent (as something stick- or wood-like)

(derived noun) waagaakwad ni an ax
(verb of possession) owaagaakwado vai s/he has an ax
waagaakwad ni an ax

waagaakwadoons ni a hatchet

waagaakwadwaabik ni an ax blade

waagaakwadwaatig ni an ax handle

waagaasin vii it bends in the wind

waagaashi vai s/he bends in the wind

Paired with: waagaasin vii

waagaatig ni a curved stick (used to feel for a beaver lodge entrance)

waagibidoon vti2 bend it (with hands)

Paired with: waagibizh vta

(verb of undergoing) waagibijigaade vii it is bent (by someone), "they" bend it (verb of undergoing) waagibijigaazo vai s/he is bent (by someone), "they" bend h/ (detransitive) waagibijige vai s/he bends something (by hand)
waagibijigaade vii it is bent (by someone), "they" bend it

Paired with: waagibijigaazo vai

waagibijigaazo vai s/he is bent (by someone), "they" bend h/