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ziinaakwa'ige vii s/he wrings something out (using something stick-like)

ziindabi vai s/he sits crowded in, squeezed in tight

ziindaa vii it is a tight space

ziindaakosin vii it is wedged in tightly (as something stick- or wood-like)

ziindaakoshin vai s/he is wedged in tightly (as something stick- or wood-like)

ziinginiingwaan ni eye drop

See also: ziiginiingwaan ni

ziinibidoon vti2 press, squeeze, wring it

Paired with: ziinibizh vta

ziinibizh vta press, squeeze, wring h/

Paired with: ziinibidoon vti2

ziinibiigin vta wring h/ out

Paired with: ziinibiiginan vti

ziinibiiginan vti wring it out

Paired with: ziinibiigin vta

ziinikiigomaan na [ML] snot

See also: ziiniskiigomaan na [RL]

ziinikiigome vai [ML] s/he blows h/ (own) nose

See also: ziiniskiigome vai [RL]

(derived noun) ziinikiigomaan na [ML] snot
ziinin vta milk h/; strip liquid from h/ (by hand)

Paired with: ziininan vti

ziininiwe vai s/he milks cows
ziininan vti milk it; strip liquid from it (by hand)

Paired with: ziinin vta

ziininiwe vai s/he milks cows

ziiniskiigomaan na [RL] snot

See also: ziinikiigomaan na [ML]

ziiniskiigome vai [RL] s/he blows h/ nose

See also: ziinikiigome vai [ML]

(derived noun) ziiniskiigomaan na [RL] snot
ziinjigaabawi vai s/he is in a tight spot; s/he stands crowded in, squeezed in tight

ziinjisidoon vti2 put it in a tight place; wedge it in a tight place

Paired with: ziinjishim vta

ziinjishim vta put h/ in a tight place; wedge h/ in a tight place

Paired with: ziinjisidoon vti2

ziinzibaakwad ni sugar, maple sugar

(verb of making) ziinzibaakwadoke vai s/he makes sugar
ziinzibaakwad-onaagaans ni a sugar bowl

ziinzibaakwadaaboo ni maple sap

See also: ziinzibaakwadwaaboo ni

ziinzibaakwado-makak ni a birch bark basket for maple sugar

ziinzibaakwadoke vai s/he makes sugar