anang

A star in the night sky

asin

a stone. a stone on the ground.

biboon

Biboon is the season when snow falls and the lakes freeze up into ice. 

dagwaagin

Dagwaagin is the fall season following the summer season.

giiwedinong

Giiwedinong is one of the four directions. Giiwedinong is the direction, north.

gimiwan

It is raining.

gisinaa

It is cold. This could be said if it is a cold day.

gizhide

It is hot. This could be said if it is a hot day. It could also be said if an object is hot.

mitagamig

Ground: The ground is wet after the rain.

mitigoog

Trees; plural-There are many trees in the area. 

mookomaan

Mookomaan is a cutting tool that has a flat blade, sharp on one side, used to cut anything, but especially meat from an animal. "Mooko" represents an action of carving, whence, the meaning of mookomaan is "carving tool". Today, we call a knife, mookomaan. The word mookomaan is a noun.

niibin

Niibin is the season that all things grow on the homeland and the lakes become warm to swim.

ningaabii'anong

Ningaabii'anong is one of the four directions. It is west. "ningaabii" represents sinking or setting. It is because, it is the direction the sun sets each day.

saaga'igan

A large body of water that is called a lake

shaawanong

Shaawanong is one of the four directions. Shaawanong is the direction, south.

siigwan

siigwan is the season that follows winter. siigwan is when the snow starts to melt and the lakes shows signs of opening up.

waabanong

Waabanong is one of the four directions. Waaban in itself, is morning. Waabanong is the direction where morning starts to occur because it is the direction, the sun rises.

wiisini

Wiisini is written in the third person singular. it means, he or she is eating. There is no gender. Someone may ask "where is Alvin?" the answer may be as simple as "wiisini", meaning, he is eating.