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bakiboode vii es
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it breaks apart from rubbing (e.g., something string-like)

Paired with: bakiboozo vai



bakiboode 0s ind; bakiboodeg 0s conj; bekiboodeg 0s ch-conj; bakiboodemagad 0s ind aug; Stem: /bakiboode-/

bakiboode0s ind es
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bakiboodeg0s conj es
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bekiboodeg0s ch-conj es
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gii-bakiboode0' ind pst es
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Onzaam gabaya'ii imaa gii-sinogwaabiigisin mitigong gaa-onji-bakiboodeg iwe biiminakwaan.

That rope has been binding on the tree for a long time and that's why it frayed and broke.
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bakiboode /bakiboode-/: /bak-/
broken, snapped, parted (esp. of something string-like)
; /-boode/
it is sawn, abraded