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agongos na
  1. a chipmunk [Tamias striatus; Eutamias minimus]
  2. a Scandinavian

agongosens na [RL] a chipmunk

agongosimo vai s/he speaks a Scandinavian language

(derived noun) agongosimowin ni a Scandinavian language: Norwegian, Swedish
agongosimowin ni a Scandinavian language: Norwegian, Swedish

agonjidoon vti2 put it in the water; soak, immerse it

Paired with: agonjim vta See also: agwanjidoon vti2 ; agwinjidoon vti2

agonjijigaade vii it is put in to soak (by someone), "they" put it in to soak

agonjijigaazo vai s/he is put in to soak, "they" put it in to soak

agonjim vta immerse, soak h/

Paired with: agonjidoon vti2

agonjin vai s/he or it (animate) is in or on the water, floats, soaks

See also: agwanjin vai

agonjoonaagan ni a net float

agosimaan ni [BL] a cucurbit (a plant of the gourd family or its fruit): cucumber, gourd, melon, pumpkin, squash, watermelon

agozideshkaw vta step on h/ foot or paw

agozigwaji vai s/he gets frozen to the ice

agoodakikwaan ni a kettle hanger

agoodakikwaanaak ni a kettle hanger

agoodakii vai s/he hangs up moss (to use for diapering babies)

agoodamaw vta hang (it) for h/

See also: agoodaw vta

agoodasabii vai s/he hangs up a net

agoodaw vta
  1. hang (it) for h/
  2. set a snare for h/

See also: agoodamaw vta

agoode vii it hangs, is suspended

Paired with: agoojin vai

agoodinasabaanaak ni net rack pole

agoodinasabii vai s/he hangs up the net

agoodoo vai s/he hangs a snare, sets a snare

agoodoon vti2 hang it

Paired with: agoozh vta

(detransitive) agoojige vai s/he hangs things, hangs laundry (benefactive) agoodamaw vta hang (it) for h/ (derived noun) agoojigan ni something hung: a clothesline, a Christmas present, an item for sale at a stand; something used to hang things: a hanger (benefactive) agoodaw vta
  1. hang (it) for h/
  2. set a snare for h/
agoodwaagan ni a snare