Translation of through - Dictionary : English-Ojibwe

through

How do you say through in Ojibwe? We have searched for you the available information in the English-Ojibwe dictionary. You may find below, if available, not only the translation of through, but also common expressions and phrases, as well as definitions, to help you better understand how to use it. For many verbs you may find detailed information regarding the conjugation.

Translation
We have found the following translations for through in Ojibwe:
through
zhiibaayi`ii
through
zhiibaayi`iinh
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Expressions Top
Here are the available expressions containing through in Ojibwe:
approach through deep snow
biidaagonagii
approach through snow
biidaagone
arm: have OS ~ pierced through
zhiibanikezhigaazo
binoculars: look at SB through
zhiibaayaabam §
binoculars: look at ST through
zhiibaayaabandan §
binoculars: look through ~
zhiibaayaabanjige
binoculars: see SB through ~
zhiibaayaabam
binoculars: see ST through ~
zhiibaayaabandan
binoculars: see through ~
zhiibaayaabanjige
bite cleanly through ST
giishkandan
bite SB through
bakam
bite through SB cleanly
giishkam
bite through ST
bakandan
blow through
zhaabwaasin
blow through
zhaabwaashi
break through into the ground
bookokamigise
break through the ice
dwaashin
break through wear and tear
biigoshkaa
brush: river passes through the
basaatigweyaa (AL) §
burn SB through into pieces
giishkaakiz
burn ST through into pieces
giishkaakizan
burn through
zhaabwaakizo
burn through
zhaabwaakide
burn through SB
bakaakizaw
burn through ST
bakaakizan
burn: break by ~ing through
giishkaakide
bush: river passes through the
basaatigweyaa (AL) §
channel: be grassy through a ~
zhaaboshkosiwagaa (NW/WO))
clean: bite ~ly through ST
giishkandan
clear a path through the snow
mizhiiyaagone`ige (SE)
climb through
zhiibaayaandawe
clouds can be seen through
waaseyaanakwad
cold: be ~ all the way through
zhaabwenaji
come through deep snow
biidaagonagii
come through SB
zhaaboshkaw
come through snow
biidaagone
come through SP
bimi-izha
come through ST
zhaaboshkan
crack: be ~ed through
dawaabikad §
crawl through
zhiibaa`oode
crawl through an opening
dapoode (SE)
cut SB through
dwaa`
cut ST through
dwaa`an
cut through SB
giishkizh
cut through ST
giishkizhan
ditch: make a ~ through ST
basaanikaadan
drench through: be ~ed
zhaabwaabaawe
drench: be ~ed through
boozaabaawe
drench: be ~ed through
minwaabaawe
drip through an opening
dapaazhigaa
drive through
zhaabobide
drive through
zhaabobizo
drive through
zhiibaabizo §
ear: have OS ~ pierced through
zhiibatawagezhigaazo
escape by running through TH
zhaaboba`iwe
fall through
zhaabwii
fall through
zhaabose
fall through the ice
dwaashin
falling through
zhaabosewin+an
fill a container through a funn
biinzibadoon §
fill ST through a funnel
biinzibadoon (AL)
filter light through
zhaabwaasige
filter light through
zhaabwaate
fish: spear ~s through ice
akwawaa (NW/CS)
fish: spear ~s through ice
akwa`oo (CN)
fish: spear ~s through ice
akwawe (CN/SW/CS)
flow through an opening
dapijiwan
flow: it ~s through
zhaabojiwan
fly through
zhaabobizo
fly through
zhaabobide
fly through a narrow opening
zhiibaabide §
fly through a narrow opening
zhiibaabizo §
fly through an opening
dapibizo (SE)
fly through an opening
dapibide (SE)
fool through words
wayazhimiwewin+an
fool: to ~ through acting
wayazhijigewin+an
foot: have OS ~ pierced through
zhiibazidezhigaazo §
forest: river passes through th
basaatigweyaa (AL) §
frozen: be ~ through
zhaabwaakwadin (NW)
frozen: be ~ through
zhaabwaakwaji
funnel: fill ST through a ~
biinzibadoon (AL)
funnel: pour ST through a ~
biinzibadan
funnel: pour ST through a ~
biinzibadoon (AL)
funnel: pour through a ~
biinzibajige
go away through snow
animaagone
go through
zhaabose
go through
zhaaboode
go through
zhaaboshkaa
go through SB
zhaaboshkaw
go through snow in a certain di
inaagone §
go through snow in such directi
inaagone §
go through ST
zhaaboshkan
Definition Top
  1. shoot ahead of, past, alongside of: (verb phrase) To move or drive ahead rapidly. For example: As we had to slow down before the tunnel, a red sports car shot ahead of us.
  2. by way of; in from one side and out of the other side; to the point of completion, to the end
  3. in from one side and out of the other; inward
  4. direct, non-stop
  5. (D I R E C T) (adj) (not gradable) going directly from one place to another If you travel on a through train, you stay on the same train for the whole journey. No through (UK) road/ way (US No through traffic/ No thoroughfare) means that one end of the road or path is blocked so that you cannot get through. A through route is a road which avoids a town centre. Through traffic is traffic which does not want to stop in a town.
  6. (slang) drunk or high to the point of almost being unconscious
  7. Through the hey-diddle-diddle, through the hi-diddle-diddle, hi-diddle-diddle: (football, etc.) through the middle of the goal posts