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bishagaakwam vta

chew bark off h/ (a tree)

nimbishagaakwamaa 1s - 3s ind; obishagaakwamaan 3s - 3' ind; bishagaakwamaad 3s - 3' conj; bishagaakwamaad 3s - 3' conj; beshagaakwamaad 3s - 3' ch-conj; bishagaakwam 2s - 3 imp; Stem: /bishagaakwam-/

Gaag obishagaakwamaa' mitigoo'.

A porcupine eats bark off trees.

bishagaakwam /bishagaakwam-/: /bishag-/
; /-aakw-/
stick-like, wooden, organic solid
; /-am/
act on h/ by mouth or teeth