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zagakiiginamaw vta fold and put (it) away for h/

zagakiiginan vti fold and put it (something sheet-like) away

(benefactive) zagakiiginamaw vta fold and put (it) away for h/ (verb of undergoing) zagakiiginigaade vii it is folded and put away (by someone)
zagakiiginigaade vii it is folded and put away (by someone)

zagam vta hold on to h/ (with the mouth)

Paired with: zagandan vti

zagandan vti hold on to it (with the mouth)

Paired with: zagam vta

(detransitive) zaganjige vai s/he holds on to something (with the mouth)
zaganjige vai s/he holds on to something (with the mouth)

zagapidamaw vta tie on, tow, hitch (it) for h/

zagapide vii it is tied on, towed, hitched

Paired with: zagapizo vai

zagapidoon vti2 tie on, tow, hitch it

Paired with: zagapizh vta

(detransitive) zagapijige vai s/he ties on, tows, hitches things (benefactive) zagapidamaw vta tie on, tow, hitch (it) for h/ (verb of undergoing) zagapijigaade vii it is tied on, towed, hitched (by someone), "they" tie on, tow, hitch it (verb of undergoing) zagapijigaazo vai s/he is tied on, towed, hitched (by someone), "they" tie on, hitch, tow h/ (derived noun) zagapijigan ni
  1. something towed: a trailer, a towed boat
  2. something used for hitching: a hitch, a tow rope
zagapijigan ni
  1. something towed: a trailer, a towed boat
  2. something used for hitching: a hitch, a tow rope

See also: zagapijigan na

zagapijigan na something towed: a trailer

See also: zagapijigan ni

zagapijigaade vii it is tied on, towed, hitched (by someone), "they" tie on, tow, hitch it

zagapijigaazo vai s/he is tied on, towed, hitched (by someone), "they" tie on, hitch, tow h/

zagapijige vai s/he ties on, tows, hitches things

zagapizh vta tie on, tow, hitch h/

Paired with: zagapidoon vti2

zagapizo vai s/he is tied on, towed, hitched

Paired with: zagapide vii

zagaskway na [BL] a leech, a bloodsucker

zagaskwaajime na a leech, a bloodsucker

See also: ozagaskwaajime na

(verb of abundance) zagaskwaajimekaa vii there are leeches
zagaskwaajimekaa vii there are leeches

zagaswaa vai s/he smokes (tobacco)

(verb of pretending) zagaswaakaazo vai s/he pretends to smoke (verb of addiction) zagaswaashki vai s/he is a smoker (applicative) zagaswaadan vti smoke it (e.g., kinnickinnick) (applicative) zagaswaazh vta smoke h/ (e.g., tobacco)
zagaswaadan vti smoke it (e.g., kinnickinnick)

Paired with: zagaswaazh vta

zagaswaakaazo vai s/he pretends to smoke

zagaswaashki vai s/he is a smoker

zagaswaazh vta smoke h/ (e.g., tobacco)

Paired with: zagaswaadan vti

zagaswe' vta
  1. give a smoke to h/, share a smoke with h/ (especially a pipe in a ceremony)
  2. invite h/ to a council

(detransitive) zagaswe'iwe vai s/he gives a ceremony, convenes a council (reciprocal) zagaswe'idiwag vai they have a council meeting; they have a ceremony