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andoojiishkan vti es
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[N]

feel for it (with the foot or body)

See also: nandoojiishkan vti [S]



ninandoojiishkaan 1s - 0s ind; onandoojiishkaan 3s - 0s ind; andoojiishkang 3s - 0 conj; endoojiishkang 3s - 0 ch-conj; andoojiishkan 2s - 0 imp; Stem: /(n)andoojiishk-/

ninandoojiishkaan1s - 0s ind nj
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onandoojiishkaan3s - 0s ind es
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andoojiishkang3s - 0 conj nj
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endoojiishkang3s - 0 ch-conj nj
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andoojiishkan2s - 0 imp nj
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ogii-andoojiishkaan3s - 0s ind pst es
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Ogii-andoojiishkaan 'iw ozhooniyaa-mashkimodens gaa-paninang imaa gashkii-dibikatenig ji-... odaabaaniiwigamigong.

He was trying to find the billfold he dropped in the darkened garage.
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Andoojiishkan akawe miikana jibwaa-aazhawagaakobizoyan.

First feel for the trail with your foot before you drive across the ice.
nj
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andoojiishkan /(n)andoojiishk-/: /nandaw-/
seek, look for
; /-jii-/
shape of body or torso; something soft and hollow like a body, a bag, or a belly
; /-shk/
act on it by foot or body; wear it