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Ojibwe Weather terms

Aaniin ezhiwebak agwajiing? What’s happening outside?
Mino-giizhigad It is a nice day.
Waaseyaa It is sunny.
Gimiwan It is raining.
Anwaatin It is calm weather.
zoogipon It is snowing.
Maadanimad The wind starts to blow.
Gizhaate It is hot.
Waawaate There are northern lights.
Gisinaa It is cold.
Awanibiisaa There is a heavy fog or mist.
Noodin It is windy.
Gichi-noodin It is very windy.
Ningwaanakwad It is cloudy.
Aabawaa It is warm and mild.
Awan It is foggy.
Mizhakwad It is clear.
Ashibishidosh There is a tornado or whirlwind.
Gashkadin It freezes over.
Animikiikaa It is Thundering.
 Inaabiwin It is lightning.
Miskwaanakwad There is a red sky.
Niiskaadad It is nasty weather.
Ozhaashaa It is slippery.
Dakaasin There is a cool wind.
Aabawaa ani-ziigwang It is warm and mild as spring approaches.
Gichi-gimiwan It is raining very hard.
Gii-anwaatin gii-wewebanaabiyan. It was calm when you were fishing.
Ani-gisinaa. Wii-soogipon. It is becoming cold. It is going to snow.
Ani-ziigwang, gichi-noodin. As spring approaches, there is a big wind.
Gii-niibing, gii-gichi-aabawaa. When it was summer, It was very warm and mild.
Gii-pabaamose. Gii-waawaate agwajiing. He/she walked about. There were northern lights outside.
Biboon. Zoogipon. It is winter. It is snowing.
Gii-pasbaamibizoyaan, gii-gichi-awan. When I was driving about, It was very foggy.
Andego-giizis. Gichi-noodin. It is March. It is very windy.
Ningwanakwad, maagizhaa gaye wii-kimiwan. It is cloudy, maybe it is going to rain.
Zaagibagaa-giizis. Abaawaa. It is May. It is warm and mild.
Noongom da-gizhaate. Mizhakwad. Today it will be hot. It is clear.
Jiimaaning gii-pabaamishkaayaan, gii-ashibishidosh. As I was paddling the canoe, there was a
Dagwaagin. Gashkadin. It is fall. The lake freezes over.
Gimiwan gaye animikiikaa. It is raining, also, it is thundering.
Bangishimog, Miskwaanakwad. When the sun sets, the sky is red.
Gichi-zoogipon. Gichi-noodin. It is snowing very hard. It is very windy.
Ikwewag gii-pimosewag gegaa gii-ozhaashiziwag. The women were walking and they almost slipped.
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