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zaagibiise vai s/he pops up out of the water

Paired with: zaagibiise vii

zaagibiise vii it pops up out of the water

Paired with: zaagibiise vai

zaagichigaade vii it is loved, treasured (by someone), "they" love, treasure it

zaagichigaazo vai s/he is loved, treasured (by someone), "they" love, treasure h/

zaagichige vai s/he loves, treasures things; s/he is stingy with things

zaagidademo vai s/he goes out crying

zaagida'amaazo vai s/he goes out singing

zaagida'aawangwaadan vti take ashes out of it [stove]

zaagida'aawangwe vai s/he takes the ashes out

zaagidakone vii it has flames shooting out

zaagidaw adv loc at the river mouth

zaagidawa'o vai s/he goes into a lake from a river or bay in a boat

zaagidawakwazhiwe vai s/he paddles into a lake from a river or bay

zaagidawaa vii it flows into a lake; it is an inlet

zaagidawaadage vai [BL] s/he swims into a lake from a river

zaagidaabaso vai s/he is driven out by smoke, is smoked out

zaagidaabaswi vta drive h/ out with smoke, smoke h/ out

zaagidaabi vai s/he looks out

zaagidaapi vai s/he goes out laughing

zaagidaasin vii it is blown outside

Paired with: zaagidaashi vai

zaagidaashi vai s/he is blown outside

Paired with: zaagidaasin vii

zaagidaawadoon vti2 haul it out

Paired with: zaagidaawazh vta

zaagidaawanidiwag vai they file out; they go out in a group

zaagidaawazh vta haul h/ out

Paired with: zaagidaawadoon vti2

(reciprocal) zaagidaawanidiwag vai they go out in a group; they file out
zaagidenaniweni vai s/he sticks out h/ tongue