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  • maci ᒪᒋ  evil (EC)
  • maci- ᒪᒋ  IPV bad, evil, wicked, wrong, ill (CW)
  • macihow ᒪᒋᐦᐅᐤ VAI s/he has his/her things in a mess; s/he has a tendency to be lewd (CW)
  • macihtaw ᒪᒋᐦᑕᐤ VAI s/he started something (EC)
  • macihtiw ᒪᒋᐦᑎᐤ VAI s/he sins, s/he commits sin (CW)
  • macipayiw ᒪᒋᐸᔨᐤ VAI s/he fares ill, s/he drives poorly (CW)
  • macipakwa ᒪᒋᐸᑲᐧ NI bad weeds; bad herbs (CW)
  • maciyotin ᒪᒋᔪᑎᐣ NI breeze It is starting to stir or blow (EC)
  • macihkwew ᒪᒋᐦᑫᐧᐤ VAI s/he has an evil face (EC)
  • maciyimew ᒪᒋᔨᒣᐤ VTA s/he despises her/him (EC)
  • macihkwew pl. macihkwewak ᒪᒋᐦᑫᐧᐤ VAI S/he has an evil face. (AE)
  • macihtâw ᒪᒋᐦᑖᐤ VAI resume (EC)
  • macipayin ᒪᒋᐸᔨᐣ VII it goes ill, it runs poorly, it runs improperly (CW)
  • macipayiw ᒪᒋᐸᔨᐤ VAI it starts, i.e.: a meeting (EC)
  • macihtiwin ᒪᒋᐦᑎᐃᐧᐣ NI sin (CW)
  • macimanito ᒪᒋᒪᓂᑐ NA Satan Negative power in universe (EC)
  • macihtwâw ᒪᒋᐦᑖᐧᐤ VAI s/he is mean (EC)
  • macihtwâw ᒪᒋᐦᑖᐧᐤ VAI s/he uses bad medicine, s/he is an evil person; s/he is of a bad disposition (CW)
  • macihtwâw ᒪᒋᐦᑖᐧᐤ VAI s/he has a bad character (EC)
  • macimanito ᒪᒋᒪᓂᑐ NA demon (EC)
  • macihkiwis ᒪᒋᐦᑭᐃᐧᐢ NA Silly-Fellow; the oldest brother (CW)
  • macihtawin ᒪᒋᐦᑕᐃᐧᐣ NI start Starting something (EC)
  • macimanito ᒪᒋᒪᓂᑐ NA the wicked God (EC)
  • maci-itêw ᒪᒋ ᐃᑌᐤ VTA s/he tells bad things about s.o. (CW)
  • macimanito pl. macimanitowak ᒪᒋᒪᓂᑐ NA The great negative mystery or quality in the universe (translated by Christians as Satan or the devil). (AE)
  • macimanito ᒪᒋᒪᓂᑐ NA the great negative spirit in the universe (translated by Christians as Satan) (EC)
  • macitônêw ᒪᒋᑑᓀᐤ VAI s/he has a foul mouth; s/he swears continually (CW)
  • macinâkwan pl. macinâkwanwa ᒪᒋᓈᑲᐧᐣ VII It appears evil; bad. (AE)
  • macihitowak ᒪᒋᐦᐃᑐᐊᐧᐠ VAI they do ill to one another (i.e. with bad medicine) (CW)
  • macikwanasa ᒪᒋᑲᐧᓇᓴ NI house refuse, garbage (EC)
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