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/-kawe/ final

 
s/he leaves tracks, leaves a trail
 
medial -kaw with final -e
 
Type:
final
Subtypes:
vai
Variants:
ikawe
midaasookawewag vai ten of them leave tracks
agwaakawe vai s/he leaves tracks coming ashore
animikawe vai s/he leaves tracks going away
aazhawikawe vai s/he leaves tracks going across
babaamikawe vai s/he leaves tracks going about
babiiwizidekawe vai s/he leaves tiny-footed tracks
bakobiikawe vai s/he leaves tracks going into water
bimikawe vai s/he leaves tracks going along
biijikawe vai s/he comes leaving tracks; h/ tracks come here
biindigekawe vai s/he leaves a track or trail going inside
dadaakwaakozidekawe vai s/he leaves short-footed tracks
dasookawewag vai they leave a certain number of tracks
gagaanwaakozidekawe vai s/he leaves long-footed tracks
gopikawe vai s/he leaves tracks going inland
madaabiikawe vai s/he leaves tracks going down to the water
mamaangizidekawe vai s/he leaves wide-footed tracks
mayagikawe vai s/he leaves strange tracks
nanaapaajizidekawe vai s/he leaves tracks with the feet turned-out
niminaawekawe vai s/he leaves tracks going out from shore (on the ice)
oshkikawe vai s/he leaves fresh tracks, there are fresh tracks of h/
wawaagizidekawe vai s/he leaves pigeon-toed tracks
wekwaakawe vai [BL] h/ tracks end, trail ends