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anami'aa vai s/he prays, is a Christian

anami'aawin ni prayer, religion, the church
anami'aawin ni prayer, religion, the church

anamikaw vta
  1. greet h/
  2. honor h/ publically

(detransitive) anamikaage vai s/he greets people (reciprocal) anamikodaadiwag vai they greet each other
anamikaage vai s/he greets people

anamikodaadiwag vai they greet each other

anang na a star

(verb of abundance) anangokaa vii there are (many) stars
anangokaa vii there are (many) stars

anaakan ni a woven mat, a rug

anaakanike vai s/he makes mats
anaakanashk ni a reed, a rush

anaakanike vai s/he makes mats

anaamadaawang adv loc under the sand

anaamakamig adv loc under the ground

anaamaki adv loc underground

anaamaya'ii adv loc [N] under it

See also: anaamayi'ii adv loc [S]

anaamayi'ii adv loc [S] under it

See also: anaamaya'ii adv loc [N]

anaamaabik adv loc under a rock

anaamaagon adv loc under the snow

anaamaagonag adv loc under the snow

anaamaandag adv loc under the bough

anaamaatig adv loc under wood (e.g., a fallen tree or a stick)

anaamendam vai2 s/he is suspicious, suspects, has suspicion

anaamendan vti be suspicious of, suspect it

Paired with: anaamenim vta

anaamenim vta suspect, blame h/

Paired with: anaamendan vti

(reciprocal) anaamenindiwag vai they suspect, blame each other
anaamenindiwag vai they suspect, blame each other

anaami- pv lex under