Cognates



Form Source Language Translation
waawoono Nichols & Nyholm (1995) Ojibwe he howls
wabsipənik Potawatomi broadleaf arrowhead, water arum
wabsipənik Potawatomi e
waggade Welcher (no date) Potawatomi he has crooked legs, is bowlegged
waho·nwa Goddard & Thomason (2014) Meskwaki he howls
wä́k’kangi Albert Gatschet Miami-Illinois we (excl.) play a ball game
wakikúläta Albert Gatschet Miami-Illinois he has a crooked nose
wälkĭtoka Jacob Dunn Miami-Illinois he clears it (a place), makes a nest
wängpwaka Jacob Dunn Miami-Illinois I like to eat him, he tastes good to me
wanihto·wa Goddard and Thomason (2014) Meskwaki he loses it, forgets about it, misses it
waninawe Goddard & Thomason (2014) Meskwaki in all directions, on all sides
wanitam- Nichols & Nyholm (1995) Ojibwe misunderstand something heard
wanitaw- Nichols & Nyholm (1995) Ojibwe misunderstand what he says
wapíngwäki Albert Gatschet Miami-Illinois white corn
wapingwemíni Albert Gatschet Miami-Illinois white corn