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aabiskonige vai s/he undoes things

aabiskose vai s/he comes undone, comes untied, unravels

Paired with: aabiskose vii

aabiskose vii it comes undone, comes untied, unravels

Paired with: aabiskose vai

aabiskwam vta undo, untie h/ with teeth

See also: aabiskwandan vti

aabiskwandan vti undo, untie it with teeth

Paired with: aabiskwam vta

aabiskwegin vta unfold, unwrap h/ or it (animate) (as something sheet-like)

Paired with: aabiskweginan vti

aabiskweginamaw vta unfold it for h/ (as something sheet-like); unwrap it for h/

aabiskweginan vti unfold, unwrap it (sheet-like)

Paired with: aabiskwegin vta

(benefactive) aabiskweginamaw vta unfold it for h/ (as something sheet-like); unwrap it for h/ (verb of undergoing) aabiskweginigaade vii it is unfolded by somebody, "they" unfold it (as something sheet-like); it is unwrapped (by someone), "they" unwrap it (as something sheet-like) (verb of undergoing) aabiskweginigaazo vai s/he is unfolded (by someone), "they" unfold h/ (as something sheet-like)e]; it is unwrapped (by someone), "they" unwrap it (as something sheet-like)
aabiskweginigaade vii it is unwrapped (by someone), "they" unwrap it (as something sheet-like); it is unfolded by somebody, "they" unfold it (as something sheet-like)

aabiskweginigaazo vai it is unwrapped (by someone), "they" unwrap it (as something sheet-like); s/he is unfolded (by someone), "they" unfold h/ (as something sheet-like)e]

aabishkaa vai s/he comes undone, comes unravelled

Paired with: aabishkaa vii

aabishkaa vii it comes undone, comes unraveled

Paired with: aabishkaa vai

aabita qnt num half

aabita- pv qnt half

aabita-biboon vii it is New Year; it is midwinter

aabita-bibooni-giizis na [BL] January

aabita-diba'igan qnt num half-mile, half-hour, half-acre

aabita-dibaabiishkoojigan qnt num half a pound

aabita-niibin vii it is the Fourth of July, is Independence Day; it is midsummer

aabita-niibino-giizis na [N] July

aabita-niibinoke vai s/he celebrates the Fourth of July, celebrates Independence Day

aabita-zhooniyaans na a nickel (coin)

aabitawagaam adv loc halfway across the lake

aabitawaginzo vai [BL] it is at or near the middle of the month; it is the fifteenth (of the month)

See also: aabitawangizo vai

aabitawam vta eat half of h/

Paired with: aabitawandan vti