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  • oki ᐅᑭ IPC this one here (EC)
  • oki ᐅᑭ IPC these here [inanimate in Archaic Cree] (EC)
  • oki ᐅᑭ PRON These animate items her. E.g. These cars here. Minosak oki. (MD)
  • ôki ᐆᑭ PR these (CW)
  • okik ᐅᑭᐠ IPC these things (EC)
  • okiniy ᐅᑭᓂᕀ NA rose-bush berry, rose hip; thorn berry; tomato (CW)
  • okiniy ᐅᑭᓂᕀ NI tomato A rosehip (EC)
  • okimaw ᐅᑭᒪᐤ N A chief. A man in high position. (MD)
  • okiniy pl. okiniyak ᐅᑭᓂᕀ N A tomato. Also the term used for a rose bush berry. (MD)
  • okitik pl. okitikwa ᐅᑭᑎᐠ N His knee cap. (MD)
  • okinan ᐅᑭᓇᐣ N The skeleton of a fish. (MD)
  • okiniy pl. okiniyak ᐅᑭᓂᕀ NA A rosehip; a tomato. (AE)
  • okinîs ᐅᑭᓃᐢ NA little rose-hip; Okanese (CW)
  • okimâw ᐅᑭᒫᐤ NA chief, leader, head person, man of high position; king; boss; one's superior (CW)
  • okimâw pl. okimâwak ᐅᑭᒫᐤ NA A leader on a job site, i.e.: a boss; government leader, manager. (AE)
  • okimâw ᐅᑭᒫᐤ NA boss A leader on a job site (EC)
  • okinîy ᐅᑭᓃᕀ NA a rosehip or tomato (EC)
  • okiskwew ᐅᑭᐢᑫᐧᐤ N A madman. (MD)
  • okimawiw ᐅᑭᒪᐃᐧᐤ VP He is the chief or master. (MD)
  • okimotow ᐅᑭᒧᑐᐤ NA robber (EC)
  • okiwatis ᐅᑭᐊᐧᑎᐢ N An orphan. (MD)
  • okimotiw pl. okimotiwak ᐅᑭᒧᑎᐤ NA A robber; swagger. (AE)
  • okimotiw ᐅᑭᒧᑎᐤ NA thieve (EC)
  • okimotiw ᐅᑭᒧᑎᐤ NA bandit (EC)
  • okisikow pl. okisikowak ᐅᑭᓯᑯᐤ NA An angel. (AE)
  • okimotiw ᐅᑭᒧᑎᐤ NA thief (CW)
  • okimotiw ᐅᑭᒧᑎᐤ VAI swagger (EC)
  • okimâwiw ᐅᑭᒫᐃᐧᐤ VAI s/he is a chief, leader, head person, boss; he is the master (CW)
  • okîhokew ᐅᑮᐦᐅᑫᐤ NA visitor (EC)
  • okimâwiw pl. okimâwiwak ᐅᑭᒫᐃᐧᐤ VAI S/he is boss. (AE)
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