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dadaatabaanagidoone vai [N] s/he talks quickly making h/ self hard to understand

See also: dadaatabaanagidoon vai [LL] [ML]

dadaatabibii'an vti write it quickly

(detransitive) dadaatabibii'ige vai s/he writes quickly
dadaatabibii'ige vai s/he writes quickly

dadaatabii vai s/he is quick, is fast (at doing something)

dadaatabowe vai s/he speaks or sings quickly

dadewigane vai s/he has aches or pains in h/ bones

dadewigaade vai s/he has aches in h/ legs

dadewinike vai s/he has aches in h/ arms; h/ arms ache

dadewininjii vai

dadibaajimo vai s/he tells stories, reports

See also: dibaajimo vai

dadibaajimotaw vta tell stories to h/

See also: dibaajimotaw vta

dadibaajimoowinini na a storyteller

dadiiitiba'oozo vai

daga pc disc come on!; please!

See also: indaga pc disc [RL]

dagakaanimizi vai

dago- pv lex in a place with

dagobiiga'an vti wash it with something else

(detransitive) dagobiiga'ige vai s/he washes something else with h/ laundry
dagobiiga'ige vai s/he washes something else with h/ laundry

dagobii'an vti include it in writing or drawing

dagobii'igaade vii

dagode vii it is cooked with something else

Paired with: dagozo vai

dagogaabawi vai s/he stands with others

dagon vii it is in a certain place; it is situated in a certain place

dagon vta add h/ in, mix h/ in

Paired with: dagonan vti

dagonan vti add it in, mix it in

Paired with: dagon vta

(detransitive) dagonige vai s/he adds, mixes things in (verb of undergoing) dagonigaade vii it is added, mixed in (by someone), "they" add, mix it in (verb of undergoing) dagonigaazo vai s/he is added, mixed in, "they" add, mix it in (derived noun) dagonigan ni something added or mixed in, an ingredient