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akwaandawebizon ni an elevator

akwaandawedaabaadan vti climb up pulling or dragging it

Paired with: akwaandawedaabaazh vta

akwaandawedaabaazh vta climb up pulling or dragging h/ or it (animate)

Paired with: akwaandawedaabaadan vti

akwaandawedaabii vai s/he climbs up pulling or dragging a load

akwaandawegidaazo vai s/he goes upstairs angry, goes upstairs mad

akwaandawenizhikaw vta chase h/ up something (a stairway or a tree)

akwaandawewidoon vti2 climb up carrying it, take; or carry it upstairs

Paired with: akwaandawewizh vta

akwaandawewizh vta climb up carrying h/ or it (animate), take or carry h/ or it (animate) upstairs

Paired with: akwaandawewidoon vti2

akwaandaweyoode vai s/he climbs up crawling, crawls upstairs

akwaate vii it has light that reaches a certain distance; it shines a certain distance

akwegad vii it (sheet-like) is a certain length, is so long

Paired with: akwegizi vai

akwegizh vta cut it (animate; sheet-like) a certain length

Paired with: akwegizhan vti See also: akwegizhwi vta [NI]

akwegizhan vti cut it (sheet-like) a certain length

Paired with: akwegizh vta ; akwegizhwi vta [NI]

akwegizi vai it (animate; sheet-like) is a certain length, is so long

Paired with: akwegad vii

akwegizhwi vta [NI] cut it (animate; sheet-like) a certain length

Paired with: akwegizhan vti See also: akwegizh vta

akwiindimaa vii it (body of water) has a so deep a bottom

amadademo vai s/he wakes up crying

amadaji vai s/he wakes up from being cold

amadaakizo vai s/he wakes from heat or from burning

amadin vta wake h/, wake h/ (by touching with the hand)

amajibiiso vai s/he wakes up in a sweat

amaji' vta wake h/

(reciprocal) amaji'idiwag vai they wake each other up (reflexive) amaji'idizo vai s/he wakes h/ self up
amaji'idiwag vai they wake each other up

amaji'idizo vai s/he wakes h/ self up

amajim vta rouse, wake h/ (by vocal noise)