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ikwewi vai s/he is a woman

ikwewiwin ni womanhood

ikwezens na a girl

(verb of being) ikwezensiwi vai s/he is a girl (verb of pretending) ikwezensikaazo vai s/he pretends to be a girl
ikwezensikaazo vai s/he pretends to be a girl

ikwezensiwi vai s/he is a girl

im= pf [first person prefix before b-]; my [the one or ones speaking, the first person]

imaa adv loc there

imbaabaa nad my father

See also: indede nad

in= pf I, me [the one or ones speaking, the first person]; my [the one or ones speaking, the first person]

ina pc disc [yes-no question word]

See also: na pc disc

inabi vai s/he sits a certain way, lives a certain way at home

inadaawangose s/he walks to a certain place on sand

inademo vai s/he cries a certain way, goes to a certain place crying

inadewe vai s/he goes, walks to a certain place on the snow crust

inadinaa vii it is a certain kind of hill

inadis vta dye, color h/, it (animate) a certain color

Paired with: inadisan vti

inadisan vti dye, color it a certain color

Paired with: inadis vta ; inadiswi vta

inadiswi vta

inadis vta

inadite vii it is dyed, colored a certain color

inadowe vai s/he has such fur

inagakeyaa adv deg [RL] a certain way or direction

See also: akeyaa adv loc

inaganaam vta hit h/ in a certain way or place

Paired with: inaganaandan vti

inaganaandan vti hit it in a certain way or place

Paired with: inaganaam vta

inagim vta charge a certain price for, set a certain price for h/

Paired with: inagindan vti

inagindamaw vta charge a certain price, set a certain price on (it) for h/