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waakaagwaajigan ni a moccasin cuff

waakaa'igan ni a house, a building

waakaa'iganens ni [BL] a cabin, a small house

waakaa'ige vai s/he builds (a house or other building)

waakaa'igewinini na a builder

waakaayaagibidoon vti2 bend it around something (with the hands)

(derived noun) waakaayaagibijigan ni a basket rim
waakaayaagibijigan ni a basket rim

waakaayaakobidoon vti2 fence it, fence it in

(detransitive) waakaayaakobijige vai s/he fences something in
waakaayaakobijige vai s/he fences something in

waakowazh na a whipporwill

waakoons na a fish egg, roe

waakoonsiwi-bakwezhigan na fish-egg bread

waakwaandesiing adv loc inside at the rear of the lodge (across from the doorway)

waanadaawangaa vii there is a depression or dip in the sand

waanadizi vai s/he is rich, has a lot of things

waanaji' vta have a lot of it (animate); be rich in it (animate)

Paired with: waanajitoon vti

waanajitoon vti have a lot of it; be rich in it

Paired with: waanaji' vta

waanakamigaa vii there is a depression or hollow in the ground

waanashkobiisin

waanaamikaa vii there is a depression in the bottom (of a body of water), a drop-off

waanda- pv lex really; just so; completely

See also: wenda- pv lex

waangawi' vta tame it (animate), train it (animate)

(detransitive) waangawi'iwe vai s/he tames people or animals
waangawi'iwe vai s/he tames people or animals

waangawizi vai [S] it (animate) is gentle, is tame

See also: aangawizi vai [RL]

waangoom vta adopt h/