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How to use the Ojibwe People's Dictionary

wapii adv tmp at that time

wasitaawinaagozi vai s/he looks unhappy, sorrowful, uncomfortable

washkadamon vii it (a road or trail) bends, curves

washkakwazhiwe vai s/he makes a turn paddling

washkaadagaa vai s/he turns back swimming

washkaadage vai [BL] s/he turns around swimming

See also: washkaadagaa vai

washkibagizo vai s/he quickly turns

washkibatoo vai s/he turns and runs

washkibide vii it makes a turn speeding, driving, flying

Paired with: washkibizo vai

washkibizo vai s/he makes a turn speeding, driving, flying

Paired with: washkibide vii

washkigaabawi vai s/he turns while standing

washkigiiwe vai s/he turns and goes back

washkikaa vai s/he suddenly changes directions, changes h/ course

washkitigweyaa vii it (a river) flows around a bend

wawaabijiiyaabi vai s/he has grey eyes

wawaaga'amii vai s/he walks bow-legged

wawaagigaade vai s/he is bow-legged

wawaagizide vai s/he is pigeon-toed

wawaagizide'amii vai s/he walks pigeon-toed

wawaagizidekawe vai s/he leaves pigeon-toed tracks

wawaanendam vai2 s/he doesn't know what to do or think, is dumfounded

wawaasaabizo vai h/ eyes shine

wawaasese vii there is lightning

wawaashkitigweyaa vii it is a winding river

wawaawashkamon vii it is a winding road or trail