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ziiwiskimaagwad vii [BL] it smells sour

Paired with: ziiwiskimaagozi vai [BL]

zoobam vta suck out of h/

zoobandan vti suck out of it

Paired with: zoobam vta

zoogipon vii it snows

zoongabi vai s/he sits firm

zoongan vii it is strong, solid

zoongaabikad vii it (mineral) is strong

Paired with: zoongaabikizi vai

zoongaabikizi vai s/he (mineral) is strong

Paired with: zoongaabikad vii

zoongaabiigad vii it is strong (as something string-like)

Paired with: zoongaabiigizi vai

zoongaabiigizi vai s/he is strong (as something string-like)

Paired with: zoongaabiigad vii

zoongaawigane vai s/he has a strong back

zoongide'e vai s/he is brave

(derived noun) zoongide'ewin ni bravery, courage
zoongide'ewin ni bravery, courage

zoongigane vai s/he has strong bones

zoongi' vta make h/ strong; make h/ solid

zoonginaagozi vai s/he looks strong, appears strong

Paired with: zoonginaagwad vii

zoonginaagwad vii it looks strong, appears strong

Paired with: zoonginaagozi vai

zoongingwashi vai s/he sleeps deeply

zoonginike vai s/he has a strong arm

zoongininjii vai s/he has a strong hand

zoongisin vii it lies firmly fixed in place

zoongishin vai s/he lies firmly fixed in place

zoongitoon vti2 make it strong; make it solid

Paired with: zoongi' vta

zoongizi vai s/he is solid, strong

Paired with: zoongan vii