Verbs of travel on snowshoes are built on a stem aagime in Minnesota and are built on a stem aagimose in the Border Lakes region. Compare these to aagim the noun for a snowshoe. A few examples are given below:
s/he snowshoes along or by, goes snowshoeing
s/he snowshoes here, comes snowshoeing
s/he snowshoes to a certain place, snowshoes in a certain way
s/he snowshoes from a certain place
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