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azhashkiiwizide vai s/he has muddy feet

azhawaasin vii it gets dull

azaadi na a poplar, an aspen

[
trembling aspen
Populus tremuloides
]

(verb of being) azaadiiwi vai s/he is a poplar
azaadii-biigijiisag ni punky poplar wood used for smoking hides

See also: azaadiiwi-bigijiisag ni

azaadiibag ni a poplar leaf, an aspen leaf

azaadiinagek na poplar bark, aspen bark

azaadiisag ni poplar wood

azaadiisagokaazo vai s/he pretends to be a poplar

azaadiiwanakoons ni (tip of) poplar twig

azaadiiwi vai s/he is a poplar

azaadiiwi-bigijiisag ni punky poplar wood used for smoking hides

See also: azaadii-biigijiisag ni

azhaas vta treat h/ with medicine by tattooing

azhaaso vai s/he applies a medicinal tattoo

azhaasowin ni a medicinal tattoo

azhaaswi vta [NI]

azhaas vta

azhe- pv lex go back

azhe-ashi vta set h/ back, put h/ back; replace h/

Paired with: azhe-atoon vti2

azhe-atoon vti2 set it back, put it back

Paired with: azhe-ashi vta

azhe-dakokii vai s/he steps back

azhebatoo vai s/he runs backwards

azhebi vai s/he moves back sitting

azhebide vii it slips back; it speeds back, drives back

Paired with: azhebizo vai

azhebidoon vti2 pull it back

Paired with: azhebizh vta

azhebizh vta pull h/ back

Paired with: azhebidoon vti2

azhebizo vai s/he backs up a vehicle

Paired with: azhebide vii