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adikokaa vii there are (a lot of) caribou

adim vta catch up to, overtake h/

Paired with: adindan vti

adima' vta catch up to, overtake h/ (by boat)

Paired with: adima'an vti

adima'an vti catch up to, overtake it (by boat)

Paired with: adima' vta

adima'azh vta catch up to h/ following h/ tracks or trail

adima'wi vta [NI] catch up to, overtake h/ (by boat)

adima' vta

adiman ni a snowshoe strap

(verb of making) adimanike vai s/he puts the footstrap on snowshoes
(benefactive) adimanikaw vta make a snowshoe strap for h/ (applicative) adimanikaazh vta put a snowshoe strap on it (animate; snowshoe)
adimanikaw vta make a snowshoe strap for h/

adimanikaazh vta put a snowshoe strap on it (animate; snowshoe)

adimanike vai s/he puts the footstrap on snowshoes

adindan vti catch up to, overtake it

Paired with: adim vta

adis vta dye, color h/

Paired with: adisan vti See also: atis vta [ML]

adisamaw vta dye, color (it) for h/

adisan vti dye, color it

Paired with: adis vta See also: atisan vti [ML]

(benefactive) adisamaw vta dye, color (it) for h/ (detransitive) adisige vai s/he dyes, colors things (verb of undergoing) adisigaade vii it is dyed, colored (by someone), "they" dye, color it (verb of undergoing) adisigaazo vai it (animate) is dyed, colored (by someone), "they" dye, color it (animate) (derived noun) adisigan ni a dye
adisigan ni a dye

See also: atisigan ni [ML]

adisigaade vii it is dyed, colored (by someone), "they" dye, color it

adisigaazo vai it (animate) is dyed, colored (by someone), "they" dye, color it (animate)

adisige vai s/he dyes, colors things

See also: atisige vai [ML]

adiso vai
  1. s/he is ripe (of a fruit or berry)
  2. s/he is dyed, colored

Paired with: adite vii See also: atiso vai

adiswi vta [NI]

adis vta

adite vii
  1. it is ripe (of a fruit or berry)
  2. it is dyed, colored

Paired with: adiso vai

aditebagaa vii there are coloured leaves

adoop ni [BL] an alder

[
speckled alder
Alnus rugosa
]

See also: wadoop na [MN]

(verb of abundance) adoopiikaa vii there are alders there
adoopaakonisag ni dry firewood of alder twigs

adoopiibag ni [BL] an alder leaf