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intestine
n
intestine
ninagizh nid my intestine, gut

ginagizh nid your intestine, gut

onagizh nid h/ intestine, gut

intimidate
vt
intimidate verbally
zegim vta scare, frighten, intimidate, alarm h/ (verbally)

zegindiwag vai they scare, frighten, intimidate, alarm each other (verbally)

intoxicated
adj
intoxicated
jiikaakizige vai s/he is intoxicated, is high

introversion
n
introversion
zhaagwenimowin ni reluctance, introversion

introverted
adj
introverted
zhaagwenimo vai s/he is reluctant, is afraid to do something, is introverted, lacks self confidence

invite
vt
invite to a feast
wiikom vta invite h/ to a feast (especially as part of a religious ceremony)

See also: wiikwam vta

wiikonge vai s/he gives a feast; s/he invites people to a feast (especially as part of a ceremony)

invite to join
wiizhaam vta invite h/ (to join an activity), ask h/ along

involved
adj
involved
dazhiikan vti work at it or on it; be involved, occupied, engaged with it

Paired with: dazhiikaw vta

dazhiikaw vta be involved, occupied, engaged with h/; work at h/

Paired with: dazhiikan vti

dazhiikodaadiwag vai they are involved with, are engaged with, deal with each other

irate
adj
irate
onzaamigidaazo vai s/he is extremely angry, is irate, is furious

iron
[metal]
n
iron
biiwaabik ni (a piece of) metal; iron

iron
[tool]
n
clothes iron
zhooshkwega'igan ni an iron

See also: zhooshkwega'igan na [RL]

zhooshkwega'igan na [RL] an iron

See also: zhooshkwega'igan ni