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/dew-/ initial

 
ache, sore
 
Type:
initial
Subtypes:
root
dewaabide vai s/he has a toothache
dewaakigan vai [C] [S] s/he has chest pain; h/ chest aches
dewaakigane vai [N] s/he has chest pain; h/ chest aches
dewaawigan vai [C] s/he has a backache
dewaawigane vai [N] s/he has a back ache
dewidaamikane vai h/ jaw aches, chin aches
dewidenaniwe vai h/ has a sore tongue
dewidoone vai h/ mouth aches
dewigane vai s/he has aches or pains in h/ bones
dewigaade vai s/he has an ache in h/ leg
dewigidigwe vai h/ knee aches
dewigwayawe vai s/he has ache in h/ neck
dewijaane vai h/ nose aches
dewijiizi vai s/he has a stomach ache
dewikwe vai s/he has a headache
dewikwengwaam vai [S] s/he has a headache from sleeping too long
dewimisade vai s/he has a stomachache
dewinawe vai [LLC] h/ cheek aches or cheeks ache
dewinike vai s/he has an ache in h/ arm
dewininjii vai s/he has an ache in h/ hand
dewipikwan vai [C] s/he has a backache
dewipikwane vai s/he has a backache
dewishkiinzhigwe vai h/ eye aches or eyes ache
dewitawage vai s/he has an earache
dewitigwaane vai [BL] s/he has a headache
dewizi vai s/he aches, has an ache
dewizide vai s/he has an ache in h/ foot