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/-aky-/ medial

 
earth
 
Type:
medial
Subtypes:
environmental
Variants:
akii
agoodakii vai s/he hangs up moss (to use for diapering babies)
ajidakiiwebin vta throw h/ on the ground head first
ajidakiiwebinan vti throw it on the ground head first
aandakii vai s/he lives, moves somewhere else (in a different territory or country); s/he moves to the spirit world
badakakiiwebinan vti throw it sticking into the ground
dabasakii vii it stands low out of the ground
dakokii vai s/he steps, takes a step
danakii vai s/he lives, dwells in a certain place
diba'akii vai s/he surveys land
gaandakii'an vti pole it
gaandakii'o vai s/he poles a boat
gimoodakii vai s/he steals from a garden
giiwekii vai s/he returns to h/ country
ishpakii vii it stands high out of the ground, grows high
jiigewekii vii it grows along the shore
mamakii' vta allot h/ land
mizhakiise vai s/he hits or touches the bottom, hits the ground
mizhakiise vii it hits or touches the bottom, hits the ground
mizhakiisidoon vti2 drop it to the ground
naabakiin vta transplant h/
naabakiinan vti transplant it
niminaawekii vii it grows out into the lake
ningwa'akii vai s/he buries something (in the ground); s/he spreads dirt on something
zaagakii vai it (animate; a plant) sprouts, comes up, grows out (of the ground)
zaagakii vii it (a plant) sprouts, comes up, grows out (of the ground)