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wanisin vii it is lost, gets lost

Paired with: wanishin vai

wanishim vta

Paired with: wanisidoon vti2

wanishin vai s/he is lost, gets lost

Paired with: wanisin vii

wanishkwe' vta disturb, distract, interrupt h/

(reciprocal) wanishkwe'idiwag vai they disturb, distract, interrupt each other
wanishkwe'idiwag vai they disturb, distract, interrupt each other

wanishkwem vta disturb, distract, interrupt h/ (by speech)

wanishkweyendam vai s/he is distracted

wanitam vai2 s/he misunderstands something heard

wanitaw vta misunderstand (what) h/ (says)

wanitoon vti2 lose, miss it

Paired with: wani' vta

(detransitive) wanichige vai s/he makes a mistake, makes things wrong (verb of undergoing) wanichigaade vii it is lost (by somone), "they" lose it; it is made wrong (by someone), "they" make it wrong (verb of undergoing) wanichigaazo vai s/he is lost (by someone), "they" lose h/
wanizekwe vai s/he makes a mistake cooking

wanii'amaw vta trap (for) h/

wanii'igan ni a trap

wanii'ige vai s/he traps

wanii'ige-mazina'igan ni [BL] a trapping license

See also: wanii'ige-mazina'igaans ni [ML]

wanii'ige-mazina'igaans ni [ML] a trapping license

See also: wanii'ige-mazina'igan ni [BL]

wanii'igewikwe na

wanii'igewinini na a trapper

waniike vai s/he forgets

waniiken vai + o s/he forgets (it)

waniiwizi vai s/he is forgetful, forgets

wanwewe'akokwe vai s/he makes a mistake drumming

wanwewese vai [BL] s/he hiccoughs, hiccups

wapaa' vta disturb h/ sleep

wapii adv tmp at that time