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agwaa'oodoon vti2 rg

take it off something or unload it off something: take it ashore, take it off the fire, take it off a boat or vehicle

Paired with: agwaa'oozh vta

nindagwaa'oodoon 1s - 0s ind; odagwaa'oodoon 2s - 0 imp; agwaa'oodood 3s - 0 conj; egwaa'oodood 3s - 0 ch-conj; agwaa'oodoon 2s - 0 imp; Stem: /agwaa'ood-/

nindagwaa'oodoon1s - 0s ind nj

agwaa'oodood3s - 0 conj nj

ogii'-agwaa'oodoon3s - 0s ind pst nj

Niwii'-agwaa'oodoon nimbawa'amowin; onzaam mooshkine ninjiimaan.

I'm going to take my load of rice ashore because my canoe is too full.

agwaa'oodoon /agwaa'ood-/: /agwaa-/
off or out of water or open area
; /-a'ood/
move it by medium, move it on the water