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agazitaagwad vii it sounds embarrassing

Paired with: agazitaagozi vai

agazom vta embarrass h/ by speech

(detransitive) agazonge vai s/he speaks embarassing people (reflexive) agazondizo vai s/he embarasses h/ self in speech (reciprocal) agazondiwag vai they speak and embarrass each other
agazondiwag vai they speak and embarrass each other

agazondizo vai s/he embarasses h/ self in speech

agazonge vai s/he speaks embarassing people

agaamajiw adv loc across on the other hill or mountain

agaamakiing adv loc overseas, in Europe

agaamashkiig adv loc across a muskeg

agaamashkosiw adv loc on the other side of a meadow or hay field

agaamaya'ii adv loc across something, across the way

agaamayi'ii adv loc across it; on the other side of it

agaamaabik adv loc across on the other rock or rocks

agaamaakwaa adv loc the woods on the other side of the clearing or across an open area

agaami- pv lex across; on the other side of

agaami-ishkodewidaabaanikana adv loc on the other side of the tracks

agaami-oodena adv loc across town, on the other side of town

agaami-zaaga'igan adv loc across the lake

agaami-ziibi adv loc across the river

agaamikana adv loc on the other side of the road or trail, across the road or trail

agaamikwam adv loc across the ice on the other side

agaamindekaw vta live across from h/ in the lodge

agaamindekodaadiwag vai they live cross form each other in the lodge

agaamindesi adv loc on the other side of the lodge (across the fire)

agaaming adv loc on the other side of a body of water (a lake, a river), across a body of water (a lake, a river)

agaamisag adv loc across in the other room