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/bakwe-/ initial

 
piece out of something, missing a piece
 
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initial
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root
bakwebidoon vti2 tear a piece off of it
bakwebizh vta tear a piece off of h/
bakwebiigad vii it is turbid, roiled, muddy (water)
bakwebiigamin vii the water is turbid, roiled, muddy
bakwebiigamise vii it becomes turbid, roiled, or muddy (water)
bakwebiigamise vii it (water) suddenly becomes dirty, turbid, roiled
bakwebiigaashkaa vai2 the waves dirty the water; the waves make the water turbid, roiled, or muddy
bakwebiigishkan vti dirty it (water) (by foot or body action); make it turbid, roiled, or muddy (by foot or body action)
bakweboodoon vti2 saw a piece off it
bakweboozh vta saw a piece off h/
bakwega' vta chop a piece off h/ (something of wood)
bakwega'an vti chops a piece off it (something of wood)
bakwe' vta take a piece off h/ using something
bakwe'an vti take a piece off it using something
bakwem vta bite a piece off h/
bakwen vta take a piece off h/ (by hand)
bakwenan vti take a piece off it (by hand)
bakwenaamo vai h/ breath can be seen in the cold air
bakwendan vti bite a piece off it
bakwesidoon vti2 chip it
bakwesin vii it gets chipped on impact
bakweshim vta chip h/
bakweshin vai it (animate) gets chipped on impact
bakweshkaa vii it comes off in pieces
bakwewebishkan vti knock off a piece off it [with fast motion of body or foot]
bakwewebishkaw vta knock off a piece off h/ [with fast motion of body or foot]
bakweyaabideshin vai s/he chips a tooth on something
bakweyaasin vii
bakwezh vta cut a piece off h/
bakwezhan vti cut a piece off it