The Passamaquoddy-Maliseet Dictionary
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|'t-ahsehkewal||s/he provides h/ with clothing|
|'t-ahseyuwal||s/he tempts h/, seduces h/, arouses h/ sexually|
|'t-ahsihpilal||s/he gives h/ medicine, treats h/ with medicine, doses h/|
|ahsihpiltimok||clinic, health center|
|'t-ahsihpitun||s/he treats it with medicine (disease, condition)|
|'t-ahsihpulal||s/he tries to gain h/ affection, "chases" h/|
|'t-ahsimal||s/he convinces h/, persuades h/|
|'t-ahsiqenuweyal||s/he covers h/ eyes, s/he blindfolds h/|
|ahsitahasu||s/he is convinced or persuaded|
|ahsitahasuwakon||temptation; being convinced or persuaded|
|'t-ahsitonal||s/he holds h/ closer|
|'t-ahsitonomon||s/he holds it closer|
|'t-ahsiyal||s/he tempts h/, seduces h/|
|ahsiye||(female dog) she goes into heat|
|'t-ahsomal||s/he feeds h/|
|'t-ahsomeluk||in, on h/ lap|
|ahsuhun, ahsuwun||blanket; wool|
|ahsusuwonhom, ahsosuwonhom||s/he wears hat|
|'t-ahsuwahmon||s/he covers it (window, clock, eye, face, etc.)|
|ahsuwapekhikon||cord that closes curtains or the slats of a window blind|