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zaswebiiga'andaw vta splash h/

zaswe'an vti scatter it (using something)

zaswenan vti spread it [by/with hand]

zasweshkan vti scatter it (with foot or body)

Paired with: zasweshkaw vta

zasweshkaw vta scatter h/ (with foot or body)

Paired with: zasweshkan vti

zazagaa vii there is dense underbrush

zazaagiwine vai its horns or antlers emerge, grow out

zazaagiz na a miser, someone who is stingy

zazaagizi vai s/he is stingy

zazegaa adv man dressed up

zazegaa- pv lex good-looking; elegant; fine

zazegaa-ikwe na a fine woman, a lady; a woman who is well-dressed, good-looking, well-mannered

(verb of being) zazegaa-ikwewi vai s/he is a fine woman, is a gentlewoman
zazegaa-ikwewi vai s/he is a fine woman, is a gentlewoman

zazegaa-inini na a gentleman; a man who is good-looking, well-dressed, well-mannered

(verb of being) zazegaa-ininiiwi vai he is a gentleman
zazegaa-ininiiwi vai he is a gentleman

zazegaa-wiisiniwin ni nice food, special food

zazegaa' vta dress h/ up after a year's mourning; dress h/ up well

zazegaa'o vai s/he dresses up

zazegaashkime vai s/he decorates the snowshoe lacing

zazegaatoon vti2 make it nice, build it well; make it beautiful

Paired with: zazegaa' vta

zaziikizi vai s/he is the eldest (of siblings)

zaziiko vai s/he spits

zaabendanzii vai2 s/he isn't interested, doesn't like something

zaabowe- vai s/he isn't able to be heard well speaking

zaagadaawangisin vii it lies sticking out of the sand or ashes