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zhakiigizi vai s/he is damp (as something sheet-like)

Paired with: zhakiigad vii

zhashagi na a blue heron

[
great blue heron
Ardea herodias
]

zhawabaagishkoozo vai s/he (a tree) bends over from the weight of something

zhawabishkoode vii it bends down, collapses from weight

zhawendan vti bless, pity it

Paired with: zhawenim vta

(detransitive) zhawenjige vai s/he is merciful, is kind-hearted, has pity
(derived noun) zhawenjigewin ni a blessing, mercy, kindness
zhawendaagozi vai s/he is blessed, is fortunate

Paired with: zhawendaagwad vii

zhawendaagwad vii it is blessed

Paired with: zhawendaagozi vai

zhawendaaso vai s/he is loving and kind, gives uncondiitonal love

zhawenim vta bless, pity h/; show loving-kindess, unconditional love for h/; have mercy, compassion for h/

(reciprocal) zhawenindiwag vai they bless, pity each other; they have mercy, compassion for each other; they show loving-kindness, unconditional love for each other
zhawenimigoowizi vai s/he receives blessings

zhawenindiwag vai they bless, pity each other; they have mercy, compassion for each other; they show loving-kindness, unconditional love for each other

zhawenindiwin ni mutual compassion, loving-kindness, unconditional love

zhawenindizo vai s/he is kind to h/ self

zhawenjige vai s/he is merciful, is kind-hearted, has pity

zhawenjigewin ni a blessing, mercy, kindness

zhawimin ni [N] a grape

zhawiminaabo ni [BL] grape juice

zhayiigwa adv tmp already; now

zhazhaashaga'amii vai s/he walks with h/ feet splayed out

zhazhaashagizide vai s/he has splayed-out feet

zhazhiibanaabaawe vai s/he is able to hold breath under water

zhazhiibitam vai2 s/he is stubborn, is disobedient

(derived noun) zhazhiibitamowin ni disobedience
zhazhiibitamowin ni disobedience

zhaabobatoo vai s/he runs through

zhaabobide vii it falls, drives through

Paired with: zhaabobizo vai