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waagikozh vta carve h/ curved

Paired with: waagikodan vti

waagikoozhe vai s/he has a curved bill

waagin vta bend h/ (with hand)

Paired with: waaginan vti

waaginan vti bend it (with hand)

Paired with: waagin vta

(detransitive) waaginige vai s/he bends (things) (verb of undergoing) waaginigaade vii it is bent (by hand) by someone, "they" bend it (by hand)
waaginaa na a canoe rib

waaginaake vai s/he makes a canoe rib or canoe ribs

waaginigaade vii it is bent (by hand) by someone, "they" bend it (by hand)

waaginige vai s/he bends (things)

waaginogaan ni a domed lodge, a wigwam

waagishkan vti bend it (with foot or body)

Paired with: waagishkaw vta

waagishkaw vta bend h/ (with foot or body)

Paired with: waagishkan vti

waagishkoode vii it bends (from weight or pressure)

Paired with: waagishkoozo vai

waagishkoozo vai it (animate) bends (under weight or pressure)

Paired with: waagishkoode vii

waagizi vai it (animate) is bent

Paired with: waagaa vii

waagosh na a fox

[
red fox
Vulpes vulpes
]

waagoshi-nagwaagan ni a fox snare

waagoshiwayaan na a fox hide

waagoshiwaazh ni a fox den

waak na a fish egg, roe

waakamin vii it is clear water, has clear water

waakaminaagwad vii it looks clear

waakaabiwag vai they sit around in circle

waakaagwaadan vti sew all around it; sew a cuff on it

(derived noun) waakaagwaajigan ni a moccasin cuff
waakaagwaajigan ni a moccasin cuff

waakaa'igan ni a house, a building