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/-po/ final

Most US dialects add n to the final -po when there is no inflectional ending; For example, US zoogipon 'it is snowing' and Border Lakes zoogipo
animipon vii snow goes away
babaamipon vii snow goes about
bagamipon vii the snow arrives, it starts snowing
bengopon vii there is dry snow falling
bimipon vii snow goes along
biijipon vii snow comes
biindigepon vii snow comes inside
biisipon vii there is fine snow falling, powder snow falling
biiwipon vii fine snow falls; there are snow flurries
boonipon vii it stops snowing, the snow stops
dakipon vii it is cold and snowing
gibichipon vii the snow stops, lets up
ishkwaapon vii the snow is over
izhipon vii it snows a certain way; snow goes there
mamaangadepon vii it snows in large flakes
mamaangipon vii there are big snowflakes
maajipon vii it starts to snow
niibaapon vii it snows at night
niiskaajipon vii it is a nasty, messy snow
zhakipon vii wet snow falls