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miikanaake vai nj
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s/he makes a road or trail; s/he breaks the trail



nimiikanaake 1s ind; miikanaake 3s ind; miikanaaked 3s conj; maakanaaked 3s ch-conj; miikanaaken 2s imp; Stem: /miikanaake-/

nimiikanaake1s ind nj
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miikanaake3s ind es
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miikanaaked3s conj nj
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miikanaaken2s imp nj
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Bijiinaago gii-shakaagonagaag, nindede gii'-miikanaake. Noongom wawiinge baapaagadamon.

Yesterday when the snow was moist, my dad made the trail. Today it is well-packed down.
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Oshkiinamoog gaa-gii-pimi-miikanaakewaad. Ganabaj zhebaa gii-pimi-ayaawag.

There are fresh tracks of people making a (snowshoe) trail. They must have been by this morning.
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miikanaake /miikanaake-/: /miikana-/ stem of miikana ni ; /-ke/
s/he makes, produces, gathers