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/bak-/ initial

 
broken, snapped, parted (esp. of something string-like)
 
Type:
initial
Subtypes:
root
bakada' vta break it (animate, something like a string) (using a stick or tool); snap it (animate) (using a stick or tool)
bakada'an vti break it (something like a string) (using a stick or tool); snap it (using a stick or tool)
bakam vta bite h/ through (e.g., something string-like)
bakandan vti bite it (something string-like) through
bakaaboode vii it (something string-like) breaks in current
bakaakide vii it is parted by heat or fire
bakaakizo vai s/he is parted by heat or fire
bakaasin vii it snaps in the wind
bakaashi vai s/he snaps in the wind
bakibidoon vti2 snap it (something string-like) off
bakibizh vta snap h/ (something string-like) off
bakiboode vii it breaks apart from rubbing (e.g., something string-like)
bakidisiizh vta cut h/ umbilcal cord
bakise vii it (something string-like) parts, breaks apart
bakise vai s/he (something string-like) parts, breaks apart; s/he breaks apart
bakishkan vti snap it (something string-like) off (with foot or body)
bakishkaw vta snap h/ (something string-like) off (with foot or body)
bakishkoode vii it (string) breaks, snaps (from weight or pressure)
bakishkoodoon vti2 break, snap it (string) (by weight or pressure)
bakishkoozh vta break, snap h/ (string) (by weight or pressure)
bakishkoozo vai s/he (string) breaks, snaps (from weight or pressure)
bakizh vta snip h/ (something string-like) off
bakizhan vti cut it (string-like) off or through; snip it
bakiiwii vai s/he strains h/ muscles