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/-adin/ final

it is cold, is affected by the cold; is frozen
agwaakwadin vii it is frozen onto something
apiitadin vii it is so cold, is so frozen, is frozen so far
apiitaakwadin vii it is frozen so thick or so far
baapaagaakwadin vii it is frozen solid
baasadin vii it cracks from freezing
baasaakwadin vii it (something stick-like or solid) cracks from freezing
bibagadin vii it is frozen thin
bibagaakwadin vii it freezes thin, is frozen thin
daashkikwadin vii there is a crack in the ice
gashkadin vii it freezes over, is frozen over
gibaakwadin vii it freezes shut, is frozen shut
gibozigwadin vii it is frozen shut
gipagadin vii it is frozen thick
gipagaakwadin vii it freezes thick, is frozen thick
madwekwadin vii the ice is heard cracking from the cold
madweyaakwadin vii it (something stick-like) is heard cracking in the cold
madwezigwadin vii the sound of ice cracking is heard
mashkawadin vii it freezes, is frozen solid
mashkawaakwadin vii it freezes stiff, is frozen stiff
mashkawaakwakamigadin vii the ground is frozen solid
minwaakwadin vii it freezes or is frozen nice and smooth
miziweyaakwadin vii it is frozen solid in one piece, is frozen all over
nigiigwadin vii it is frosted, there is frost
nigiigwakamikadin vii the ground is frosted, there is frost on the ground
nigiigwaabikadin vii it (rock or something of metal) is frosted
ningiigwadin vii
nookadin vii it is frozen soft (as dangerous ice)
zhaabwaakwadin vii it freezes or is frozen all the way through
zaagizigwadin vii it sticks out of the ice
zhooshkwadin vii it freezes smooth, is frozen smooth