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bakon vta es
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skin h/

Paired with: bakonan vti



imbakonaa 1s - 3s ind; nimbakonaa 1s - 3s ind; nibakonaa 1s - 3s ind; obakonaan 3s - 3' ind; bakonaad 3s - 3' conj; bekonaad 3s - 3' ch-conj; bakon 2s - 3s imp; Stem: /bakon-/

nibakonaa1s - 3s ind es
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obakonaan3s - 3' ind es
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bakonaad3s - 3' conj es
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bekonaad3s - 3' ch-conj es
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bakon2s - 3s imp es
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Mii 'i gii-kiizhiitaawaad bakonaawaad iniw waawaashkeshiwan igiweg gwiiwizensag.

The boys are done skinning the deer.
es
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Obwaanawi'aan ji-bakonaad waaboozoon; onzaam okanaapinewininjii.

She's not able to skin a rabbit because of the arthritis in her hands.
nj
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Nancy waabanda'iwe ezhichigeng gii-bakonindwaa awesiinyag.

Nancy demonstrates the way animals are skinned.
nj
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bakon /bakon-/: /bakw-/
skinned, peeled
; /-in/
act on h/ by hand