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  • atim ᐊᑎᒼ NA dog (EC)
  • atim pl. atimwak ᐊᑎᒼ NA A dog. (AE)
  • atim pl. atimwak ᐊᑎᒼ N A dog. (MD)
  • atim ᐊᑎᒼ NA dog; horse; beast of burden (CW)
  • atimotihkoma ᐊᑎᒧᑎᐦᑯᒪ NA dog lice (EC)
  • atimo-mîciwin ᐊᑎᒧ ᒦᒋᐃᐧᐣ NI dog food (CW)
  • atimomichowin ᐊᑎᒧᒥᒍᐃᐧᐣ N Dog food. (MD)
  • atimotâpânêyâpiya ᐊᑎᒧᑖᐹᓀᔮᐱᔭ NI dog harness (CW)
  • atimwastim ᐊᑎᒪᐧᐢᑎᒼ NA dog of a dog (CW)
  • atimo-kisêyiniw ᐊᑎᒧ ᑭᓭᔨᓂᐤ NA dog of an old man (CW)
  • atimwayân ᐊᑎᒪᐧᔮᐣ NI a dog hide (EC)
  • mistatimokamik pl. mistatimokamikwa ᒥᐢᑕᑎᒧᑲᒥᐠ NI A big dog house. (AE)
  • kaskitewastim pl. kaskitewastimwak ᑲᐢᑭᑌᐊᐧᐢᑎᒼ NA A black dog or horse. (AE)
  • machastim ᒪᒐᐢᑎᒼ N A mean dog or a mean horse. (MD)
  • kwês ᑫᐧᐢ IPC come here! (call to dog team) (CW)
  • otêmihêw ᐅᑌᒥᐦᐁᐤ VTA s/he gives s.o. a dog or horse (CW)
  • atim ka nemototaket ᐊᑎᒼ  ᑲ  ᓀᒧᑐᑕᑫᐟ VAI growl A dog growling at someone (EC)
  • takahkatim ᑕᑲᐦᑲᑎᒼ NA it is a good or nice dog or horse (EC)
  • otêmiw ᐅᑌᒥᐤ VAI s/he has (s.o. as) a dog or horse (CW)
  • mahkastimowiw pl. mahkastimowiwak ᒪᐦᑲᐢᑎᒧᐃᐧᐤ NA A huge animal, i.e.: a dog or horse. (AE)
  • chahkayiwew ᒐᐦᑲᔨᐁᐧᐤ VP He cocks his tail (as a dog or horse). (MD)
  • otahpahakan ᐅᑕᐦᐸᐦᐊᑲᐣ N A horse, dog or ox used for pulling things. (MD)
  • napestim ᓇᐯᐢᑎᒼ N A male dog or a male horse. E.g. A stallion. (MD)
  • ayeskosiw ᐊᔦᐢᑯᓯᐤ VAI s/he is dog tired or her/his muscles are sore (EC)
  • nocihastimwew ᓄᒋᐦᐊᐢᑎᒣᐧᐤ VTA s/he whips her/his dog team or team of horses (EC)
  • nocihastimwew pl. nocihastimwewak ᓄᒋᐦᐊᐢᑎᒣᐧᐤ VTA S/he whips her/his dog team or team of horses. (AE)
  • pâhpawêw ᐹᐦᐸᐁᐧᐤ VAI s/he shakes him/herself (as a dog out of water) (CW)
  • pâhkopayihow ᐹᐦᑯᐸᔨᐦᐅᐤ VAI s/he dries him/herself (as a dog shaking itself) (CW)
  • atimahpinatowin pl. atimahpinatowina ᐊᑎᒪᐦᐱᓇᑐᐃᐧᐣ NI The act of fighting like dogs, i.e.: a dog fight. (AE)
  • nistokât ᓂᐢᑐᑳᐟ NA three-legged being (e.g. a dog who has lost a leg) (CW)
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