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dipaabaawadoon vti2 rg
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moisten it, get it wet

Paired with: dipaabaawazh vta



nindipaabaawadoon 1s - 0s ind; odipaabaawadoon 3s - 0s ind; dipaabaawadood 3s - 0 conj; depaabaawadood 3s - 0 ch-conj; dipaabaawadoon 2s - 0 ind; Stem: /dipaabaawad-/

nindipaabaawadoon1s - 0s ind nj
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odipaabaawadoon3s - 0s ind nj
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dipaabaawadood3s - 0 conj nj
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depaabaawadood3s - 0 ch-conj nj
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dipaabaawadoon2s - 0 ind nj
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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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dipaabaawadoon /dipaabaawad-/: /dip-/
damp, moist
; /-aabaawad/
act on it with water, flood it