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adite vii
  1. it is ripe (of a fruit or berry)
  2. it is dyed, colored

Paired with: adiso vai

aditebagaa vii there are coloured leaves

adoop ni [BL] an alder

[
speckled alder
Alnus rugosa
]

See also: wadoop na [MN]

(verb of abundance) adoopiikaa vii there are alders there
adoopiibag ni [BL] an alder leaf

adoopiikaa vii there are alders there

adoopon vai + o s/he eats from (it)

adoopowin ni a table

See also: adoopowinaak ni [BL] [RL]

adoopowinaak ni [BL] [RL] a table

See also: adoopowin ni

adoopowiniigin ni a table cloth

agadendam vai2 s/he is ashamed, feels shy, is embarrassed

agadendan vti be ashamed of it

Paired with: agadenim vta

agadendaagozi vai s/he seems ashamed, shy, embarrassed

Paired with: agadendaagwad vii

agadendaagwad vii it is shameful, is embarrassing

Paired with: agadendaagozi vai

agadenim vta be ashamed of, be embarrassed by h/

Paired with: agadendan vti

agaji vai s/he is ashamed, is shy, is bashful

(verb of addiction) agajishki vai s/he is a shy person agaji' vta make h/ ashamed, embarrass h/, disgrace h/ (detransitive) agaji'iwe vai s/he embarrasses (people) agajiitaw vta be shy in front of, be ashamed before h/
agaji' vta make h/ ashamed, embarrass h/, disgrace h/

agaji'iwe vai s/he embarrasses (people)

agajishki vai s/he is a shy person

agajitoon vti2 be ashamed of it

agajiwin ni shame

agajiitaw vta be shy in front of, be ashamed before h/

agamiing adv loc at the lake; at the water; on the shore

agawaatebi vai s/he sits in the shade

agawaate'on ni an umbrella

agawaatese vai s/he casts a shadow flying