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agwaasidoon vti2 rg
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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: agwaashim vta



indagwaasidoon 1s - 0s ind; nindagwaasidoon 1s - 0s ind; nidagwaasidoon 1s - 0s ind; odagwaasidoon 3s - 0s ind; agwaasidood 3s - 0 conj; egwaasidood 3s - 0 ch-conj; agwaasidoon 2s - 1 imp; Stem: /agwaasid-/

agwaasidoon 2s - 1 imp rg
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Agwaasidoon ginitiikaan jibwaa-mashkawaagamideg.

Set your tea off the fire before it gets strong.
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Manoominiwazh odagwaasidoon gaa-gii-pawa'ang.

The rice picker took a whole bag of rice out of her canoe.
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Ogii'-wiiji'aawaan gii-agwaasidoonid miijim odadaawewinan.

They helped him unload his groceries he bought.
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agwaasidoon /agwaasid-/: /agwaa-/
off or out of water or open area
; /-sid/
cause it to fall or lie (drop, lay, set, put), impact it (hit, hit against, hit with something)