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/-nike-/ medial

 
arm
 
Type:
medial
Subtypes:
post-medial; body part
aajinike' vta link arms with h/; hook arms with h/
beshinikeshin vai s/he gets or has a cut on h/ arm
biskinikeni vai s/he bends, flexes h/ arm
bishaginikeshin vai s/he falls and skins h/ arm
bitaakonikeshin vai s/he bumps h/ arm on something
biimiskonikeshin vai s/he falls and twists h/ arm
biinjinikeni vai s/he reaches h/ arm in, sticks h/ arm in
bookonikeshin vai s/he falls and break h/ arm
godigonikeshin vai s/he falls and sprains h/ arm
ikonikeni vai s/he moves h/ arm out of the way
ikonikewebin vta push h/ arm aside
izhinikeni vai s/he moves h/ arm a certain way
mamaajinikeni vai s/he moves h/ arms
mamaanjigonikepizh vta restrain h/ by tying h/ arms
mamaanjigonikepizo vai s/he is restrained by h/ feet being tied
michinikeshin vai s/he lies with h/ arm or arms uncovered
ombinikeni vai s/he lifts, raises h/ arm
wewebinikeni vai s/he waves h/ arms
wewebiniketaw vta wave h/ arms at h/
wiikonikebizh vta pull h/ by the arm
wiisaginikeshin vai s/he hurts h/ arm or arms on something or by falling
zaginikeba' vta run holding h/ by the arm
zaginikebizh vta grab and hold h/ by the arm
zaginiken vta hold, grab h/ by the arm
zaginikeshkoozo vai s/he is trapped by the forepaw
zhaabonikese vai
  1. s/he has h/ arm go through
  2. an engine throws a rod
zaaginikeshin vai s/he lies with arm out
zaamininiken vta [BL] touch h/ on the arm
zeginikeshin vai s/he sprains h/ arm
zhegosaginikeshin vai s/he gets a sliver in h/ arm
zhiibinbiketaw vta shake h/ hand, extend your hand (in greeting) to h/
zhiibinikeni vai s/he extends h/ arm out