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wiisagininjiishin vai s/he hurts h/ hand or hands on something or by falling

wiisagip vta find h/ tastes biiter, tastes spicy

Paired with: wiisagipidan vti

wiisagipidan vti find it tastes bitter, tastes spicy

See also: wiisagip vta

wiisagipogozi vai s/he tastes bitter, tastes spicy

Paired with: wiisagipogwad vii

wiisagipogwad vii it tastes bitter, tastes spicy

Paired with: wiisagipogozi vai

wiisagishin vai s/he gets hurt (on something), gets hurt falling

wiisagishkaw vta hurt h/ (by bumping or kicking)

(reciprocal) wiisagishkodaadiwag vai they hurt each other (by bumping)
wiisagishkodaadiwag vai they hurt each other (by bumping)

wiisagishkoozh vta hurt h/ by crushing with weight

wiisagishkoozo vai s/he hurts from crushing weight

wiisagishtigwaaneshin vai [S] s/he hurts h/ head falling or hitting against something

See also: wiisagitigwaaneshin vai [BL]

wiisagitaagozi vai s/he is shrill, screeches, squeals

wiisagitigwaaneshin vai [BL] s/he hurts h/ head falling or hitting against something

See also: wiisagishtigwaaneshin vai [S]

wiisagizi vai s/he is bitter (to the taste)

Paired with: wiisagan vii

wiisagizideshin vai s/he hurts h/ foot or feet on something or by falling

wiisakwe vai s/he has a high, shrill voice

wiisaakodewikwe na a Metis woman; a Native woman of mixed ancestry

See also: wiisaakodewinini na

wiisaakodewinini na a Metis (especially male); a Native person of mixed ancestry

See also: wiisaakodewikwe na

wiisini vai s/he eats

(derived noun) wiisiniwin ni food
wiisiniwin ni food

wiisiniwin-adaawewigamig ni a grocery store

See also: wiisinii-adaawewigamig ni

wiisinii-adaawewigamig ni a grocery store

See also: wiisiniwin-adaawewigamig ni

wiisiniiwi-mitigoons ni a chopstick

wiisiniiwigamig ni a restaurant, a cafe; a dining room

wiisiniiwikomaan ni a table knife