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onzaamiino vai

there is a large amount of h/, is too much of h/; [plural] there is a large number of them, is too many of them

Paired with: onzaamiinad vii



onzaamiino 3s ind; onzaamiinod 3s conj; wenzaamiinod 3s ch-conj; Stem: /onzaamiino-/

Onzaamiino goon.

There's a whole lot of snow.
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Gii-gichi-onzaamiino goon gii-biboonagak.

There was a lot of snow this winter.
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Onzaamiinowag mishiiminag.

There's too many apples.
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Gii-onzaamiinowag gitigewininiwag iwidi gaa-izhaayaang gii-piibaagadaaweng.

There were a whole lot of farmers at the auction we went to.
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Onzaamiinowag animoshag omaa ishkoniganing. Miziwe wiinichigewag.

There's too many dogs on this reserve. They make a mess all over.
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onzaamiino /onzaamiino-/: /onzaam-/
too, too much
; /-iino/
s/he is in a group