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wiisookaw vta associate with, be frequently with, be friendly with h/

(reciprocal) wiisookodaadiwag vai they associate with each other, are with each other frequently, are friendly with each other
wiisookodaadiwag vai they associate with each other, are with each other frequently, are friendly with each other

wiish ni [BL] lodge of an animal

wiishaagomaagozi vai s/he has body odor

Paired with: wiishaagomaagwad vii

wiishaagomaagwad vii it smells of body odor

Paired with: wiishaagomaagozi vai

wiishkoban vii it is sweet

Paired with: wiishkobizi vai

wiishkobanjige vai s/he eats sweets

(verb of addiction) wiishkobanjigeshki vai s/he has a sweet tooth
wiishkobanjigeshki vai s/he has a sweet tooth

wiishkobaaboo ni maple sap

wiishkobaagamin vii it (a liquid) is sweet

wiishkobi- pv lex sweet

wiishkobi-bakwezhigan na a pastry, a cake, a sweet roll

wiishkobi-jiis ni a sugar beet

wiishkobi-mitigomizh na white oak

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wiishkobimaagozi vai s/he smells sweet

Paired with: wiishkobimaagwad vii

wiishkobimaagwad vii it smells sweet

Paired with: wiishkobimaagozi vai

wiishkobipidan vti find it tastes sweet

wiishkobipogozi vai s/he tastes sweet

Paired with: wiishkobipogwad vii

wiishkobipogwad vii it tastes sweet

Paired with: wiishkobipogozi vai

wiishkobitoon vti2 sweeten it

wiishkobizi vai s/he is sweet

Paired with: wiishkoban vii

wiitaan nad his brother-in-law (a man's brother-in-law)

See also: owiitaan nad

wiiwakwaan ni a cap, a hat

wiiwan nad his wife

wiiwegin vta wrap h/

Paired with: wiiweginan vti