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waaseyiigizi vai it (animate; sheet-like) is bright, is shiny

Paired with: waaseyiigad vii

waasezi vai the sun shines, is bright, is light, is radiant

Paired with: waaseyaa vii

waaside vii it shines, glitters, reflects light

Paired with: waasizo vai

waasigan ni [BL] lightning; electricity

waasigani-bimide ni [BL] gas, gasoline

waasigani-bimide-atoobaan ni a gas tank

See also: waasigani-bimidewatoobaan ni [BL]

waasigani-bimide-biiwaabik ni [BL] an oil drum; a gas tank, a gas can, a jerry can

waasigani-bimide-gizhaabikizigan ni [BL] a propane stove

waasigani-bimidewatoobaan ni [BL] a gas can

See also: waasigani-bimide-atoobaan ni

waasigani-bimidewigamig ni [BL] a gas station

waasigani-bimideyaab ni [BL] gas line

waasigani-biiwaabik ni an electric cable

waasigani-gizhaabikiziganens ni [BL] a coleman stove

waasigani-makakoons ni [BL] an automobile battery; a boat battery

waasigani-waazakonenjigan ni an electric light

waasiganidaabaanikana ni [BL] a road (for vehicles)

waasiko- pv lex shiny

waasiko' vta make h/ shiny

Paired with: waasikotoon vti2

waasikokoozhe vai s/he has a shiny bill

waasikosaga'an vti polish it [a floor or board] [using something]

waasikotoon vti2 make it shiny

Paired with: waasiko' vta

waasikozi vai s/he, it (animate) is shiny

Paired with: waasikwaa vii

waasikozigode vii the ice shines in the moonlight

waasikwa' vta polish, shine h/

Paired with: waasikwa'an vti

waasikwa'amaw vta polish, shine (it) for h/