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babimaazhagaame vai s/he goes along on the shore or edge of something

babimibiisaa vii [S] rain keeps going along, rain squalls pass by

babimishkaa vai

babimose vai s/he walks about, takes a stroll

babimoode vai s/he crawls about here and there

babizindam vai2 s/he keeps listening, listens off and on

babizindaw vta listen to h/ paying close attention

babizindaadiwag vai they keep listening to each other

babizowebishkan vti keep tripping on it

babiichii vai s/he puts on h/ moccasins or shoes

babiikoga'waan na [BL] a sleigh with runners

babiikwadamon vii it is a bumpy road

babiikwadaasin vii there are snow drifts

babiikwadaawangaa vii there are sand dunes

babiikwadaawangaa'an vii there are sand dunes formed by waves

babiikwadaawangaasin vii there are sand dunes

babiikwadinaa vii there are hills here and there

babiikwakamigaa vii it is rolling ground, bumpy ground

babiikwasin na a boulder

babiikwashkiigaa vii it is a hummocky musekg

babiikwashkoozo vai it (a net) knots up

babiikwaabiigad vii it (string-like) has knots, has lumps on it

Paired with: babiikwaabiigizi vai

babiikwaabiigizi vai it (animate; string-like) has knots, has lumps on it

Paired with: babiikwaabiigad vii

babiikwaadigose vii there are riffles (ruffles) in the flowing water

babiikwaakoninjiini vai