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biizikan vti es
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wear it, have it on (the body), put in on (the body)

Paired with: biizikaw vta



imbiizikaan 1s - 0s ind; nimbiizikaan 1s - 0s ind; nibiizikaan 1s - 0s ind; biizikang 3s - 0 conj; obiizikaan 3s - 0s ind; baazikang 3s - 0 ch-conj; biizikan 2s - 0 imp; Stem: /biizik-/

nibiizikaan1s - 0s ind es
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biizikang3s - 0 conj es
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obiizikaan3s - 0s ind es
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baazikang3s - 0 ch-conj es
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biizikan2s - 0 imp es
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ogii-piizikaan2s - 0 ind pst es
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Nindaanis obiizikaanan oshkiinzhigokaanan odaabii'iwed. Gaawiin aapiji waabisiin.

My daughter wears glasses when she drives. She doesn't see very well.
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Giwii-piizikaan ina iwe babagiwayaan gemaa... gemaa go iwedi.

Do you want to wear that shirt or... or that other one.
rg
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Ogigishkaan nibabiinzikawaagan aana-wii-piizikamaan.

I want to wear my jacket but he's got it on.
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Biizikan ginamekwaanakizinan. Nibiiwashkosiwagaa agwajiing.

Put on your rubber boots. The grass outside is wet.
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Ogii-tipaabaawadoon owiiwakwaan jibwaa-biizikang; onzaam abwezo.

He soaked his hat before he put it on because he was sweating a lot.
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biizikan /biizik-/: /biit-/
put on, don
; /-k/
act on it by foot or body
Reduplicated Form: baabiizikan