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zaagaakoshin vai s/he (something stick- or wood-like) sticks out

Paired with: zaagaakosin vii

zaagaanowe vai h/ tail sticks out

zaagaasige vai s/he (the sun or moon) shines out (from behind something)

zaagaaso vai s/he (the sun or moon) shines out (from behind something)

zaagaate vii it shines, sun comes up or out

zaagewa'o vai s/he paddles suddenly into view; zaagewa'od

See also: zaagewe'o vai

zaagewe vai s/he comes suddenly into view as from around a corner

zaagewebatoo vai s/he runs suddenly into view

zaagewebide vii it drives, speeds suddenly into view

Paired with: zaagewebizo vai

zaagewebizo vai s/he drives, speeds suddenly into view

Paired with: zaagewebide vii

zaagewedaabii vai s/he comes into view dragging a load

zaagewedaabii'iwe vai s/he drives into view as from around a corner

zaagewegomo vai s/he suddenly comes into view on the water, suddenly paddles into view

zaagewe'o vai s/he paddles suddenly into view

See also: zaagewa'o vai

zaagewekwazhiwe vai s/he paddles suddenly into view; s/he swims as a fish suddenly into view

zaageweyaadagaa vai s/he swims suddenly into view

See also: zaageweyaadage vai [BL]

zaageweyaadagaako vai s/he comes into view going on the ice

zaageweyaadagaame vai s/he comes into view going along the shore or edge

zaageweyaadage vai [BL] s/he swims suddenly into view

See also: zaageweyaadagaa vai

zaageweyaajimo vai s/he hints at something

zaageweyoode vai s/he crawls into view as from around a corner

zaagibagaa vii it buds; the leaves come out

zaagibagaa-giizis na May

zaagibagaawi-giizis na [BL] May

zaagibii vii it sticks out of the water