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izhisidoon vti2 es
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  1. put, lay, set it a certain way
  2. put or express it a certain way in speech, song, or writing
  3. write, print it a certain way

Paired with: izhishim vta



indizhisidoon 1s - 0s ind; nindizhisidoon 1s - 0s ind; nidizhisidoon 1s - 0s ind; odizhisidoon 3s - 0s ind; izhisidood 3s - 0 conj; ezhisidood 3s - 0 ch-conj; izhisidoon 2s - 0 imp; Stem: /izhisid-/

indizhisidoon1s - 0s ind es
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odizhisidoon3s - 0s ind es
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izhisidood3s - 0 conj es
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ezhisidood3s - 0 ch-conj es
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izhisidoon2s - 0 imp es
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Weweni o'.. odizhisidoonaawaa iwe ishkodewidaabaani-biiwaabiko-miikana.

They laid the railroad track carefully.
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Anooj igo ogii-izhisidoon i'iw gaagiigidowin.

He put the words in any old way. [His speech didn't make any sense.]
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Bakaan gewiin odizhisidoon iwe nagamon ena'amaang.

He sings that song different that the way we sing it.
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izhisidoon /izhisid-/: /iN-/
thus, in a certain direction, in a certain manner
; /-sid/
cause it to fall or lie (drop, lay, set, put), impact it (hit, hit against, hit with something)