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/wiikw-/ initial

 
draw out, pull towards
 
Type:
initial
Subtypes:
root
Variants:
wiiko
wiikobidoon vti2 pull it
wiikobizh vta pull h/
wiikogaadebizh vta pull h/ by the leg
wiikom vta invite h/ to a feast (especially as part of a religious ceremony)
wiikonikebizh vta pull h/ by the arm
wiikose vii it pulls, tugs, jerks
wiikoshkaa vai s/he is drawn toward, moves in by h/ self
wiikoshkaa vii it is drawn toward, moves in by itself
wiikowebishkan vti draw it out (using the feet or body)
wiikwam vta
  1. suck on h/ ; draw on h/ with mouth
  2. invite h/ to a feast (especially as part of a religious ceremony)
wiikwamo vai s/he sucks
wiikwanaamo vai s/he draws in breath, inhales
wiikwandan vti suck on it; draw on it with mouth
wiikwaabiigibidoon vti2 pull it on a line or as a line
wiikwaabiigibizh vta pull h/ on a line
wiikwaabiigin vta pull h/ with a rope
wiikwaabiiginan vti pull it with a rope
wiikwaanikwebizh vta pull h/ hair
wiikwaasin vii it is drawn towards or pulled in by the wind or moving air
wiikwaasindoon vti2 [BL]
  1. vacuum it
  2. apply suction to it
wiikwaashi vai s/he or it (animate) is drawn towards or pulled in by the wind or moving air
wiikwii vai s/he pulls (with h/ whole body)