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amajine vai s/he wakes up from pain

amajise vai s/he wakes up suddenly, comes awake

amajiwebin vta shake h/ awake

See also: amajwebin vta

amajwebin vta shake h/ awake

amaniso vai s/he senses an unseen presence

(derived noun) amanisowin ni premonition (applicative) amanisodaw vta be alarmed by h/ amanisodan vti sense the presence of it
amanisodan vti sense the presence of it

Paired with: amanisodaw vta

amanisodaw vta be alarmed by h/

amanisowin ni premonition

amanj adv dub I don't know how, I wonder how

See also: namanj adv dub

amanj apii adv dub I don't know how, I wonder how; I don't know when, I wonder when

See also: namanj apii adv dub

amanj igo adv dub however

amanj igo apii adv dub anytime; whenever

ambe pc interj attention!; come on!; let's go!

ambegish adv pred I wish that ...; I hope that ...

See also: apegish adv pred

ambesanoo pc interj come on!; please!

amik na a beaver

[
Castor canadensis
]

(verb of abundance) amikokaa vii there are (a lot of) beaver (verb of possession) odamikomi vai s/he has a beaver or beavers
amiko-bimide ni beaver grease

amiko-biiwanjigan ni a scrap or chip left from a beaver's chewing

amiko-giba'igan ni a beaver dam

amiko-gibaakwa'igan ni a beaver dam

amiko-miikana ni a beaver trail

amiko-nagwaagan ni a beaver snare

amiko-nooka'iiwagwaan ni beaver pemmican

amiko-waazh ni underwater trench and tunnel entrance to a beaver lodge

See also: amikwaazh ni

amiko-wiinin na beaver fat