Arósen tayīgan/Lexicon

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Lexicon of the Arósen language.

A

  • abát, -d- n inan — chimney;
  • abiédeb, -eB- n inan — south;
  • abiét, -d- v — navigate on the ocean;
  • aboánob, -oB- v — alienate;
  • abuóbib, -iB- v — affect;
  • abuódab, -aB- v — be beautiful, attractive;
  • abuóŋib, -iB- v — underestimate, fail to notice;
  • abuóra v — subtract;
  • adí n inan — eye;
  • adíb, -iB- n inan — idea, belief;
  • adié n an — visionary, seer;
  • adiéŋ, -ŋ- v — be satiated, have eaten;
  • aduóyes, -eS- n an — beekeeper;
  • adúŵi n inan — hole;
  • agoámep, -b- v — keep cattle;
  • agúa n inan — west;
  • aguébi v — sew clothes;
  • agués, -eS- v — keep cattle;
  • aguésib, -iB- n inan — breeding;
  • aguésis, -iS- n an — breeder;
  • amiédan, -n- n inan — kite, sail;
  • amoábeb, -eB- v — give back, reject;
  • amuóbab, -aB- v — have a purpose;
  • āna n inan — ceiling;
  • aní v — can, be able;
  • aniédeb, -eB- v — binge;
  • anién, -n- v — pass through;
  • aníyi v — be obligated to;
  • anuédab, -aB- n inan — construction;
  • anuédan, -n- n inan — element;
  • anuédis, -iS- n an — builder, mason;
  • anuét, -d- v — wander, travel;
  • anút, -d- v — build walls;
  • anút, -d- v — pass through walls;
  • āŋa n an — father;
  • aŋé, -eY- v — sail;
  • aŋiéan, -n- n inan — hollowed tree;
  • aŋoáp, -b- v — be caused by light;
  • aŋuén, -n- v — be skilled;
  • aŋuénab, -aB- v — uncover;
  • aŋuénob, -oB- n inan — event;
  • ará nu — 8;
  • arabáb, -aB- n inan — virtue;
  • arabié n an — illness;
  • arabuó n an — girl, young woman;
  • aranéb, -eB- n inan — poetry;
  • aranié n an — bard, poet;
  • aranób, -oB- n inan — possibility;
  • aranué v — be possible;
  • aranuén, -r- v — be decent;
  • aranuérib, -iB- n inan — necessity;
  • arazím nu — 80;
  • areán, -n- v — thatch roofs;
  • areáŋab, -aB- n inan — fatherhood;
  • areát, -d- n an — doll, figurine;
  • arí, -iY- v — main meal, dinner;
  • arié n an — ram, male sheep;
  • ariéna n inan — stick;
  • ariét, -d- v — walk, take a walk;
  • aroám, -m- n inan — mind;
  • arómo nu — 9;
  • aromozím nu — 90;
  • Arósen, -n- n inan — Arósen language;
  • Arósen, -n- n an — Arósen nation;
  • aruéba v — be moral, virtuous;
  • aruébo v — follow, pursue;
  • aruéduip, -b- n inan — connection;
  • aruéniis, -iS- n an — sunset;
  • aruénun, -r- v — be late;
  • aruérab, -aB- n inan — period of time;
  • arureáŋ, -ŋ- v — be common, mutual;
  • arusuó, -oY- v — give birth;
  • asiéban, -n- n inan — saddle;
  • aŵó n an — person, human;
  • aŵō, -oB- n inan — humanity, mankind;
  • awoám, -m- v — ride a vehicle;
  • aŵú v — be long;
  • aŵū, -uB- n inan — length;
  • awúk, -g- v — be hot;
  • ayī, -iY- n inan — cup;
  • ayiém, -m- v — smell of, have a smell;
  • ayiéman, -n- n inan — boat, canoe;
  • ayīu n inan — mug, vessel;

B

  • babié n an — poor man;
  • baŋué n an — mighty power;
  • baŋuóp, -b- n inan — illusion;
  • baŷí n an — brave man;
  • baŷidí v — happen every day;
  • baŷū, -uB- n inan — bravery;
  • bē, -eY- n an — cat;
  • bē, -eY- v — take, seize;
  • beáŷi v — travel on land;
  • beáŷina n inan — vehicle, wagon;
  • bebé n an — wise man;
  • bebéb, -eB- n inan — wisdom;
  • bebi n an — ice;
  • bebu n an — tomcat, old cat;
  • bedám, -m- v — sail a river;
  • bedáman, -n- n inan — cart, wagon;
  • bedímo v — be full;
  • bedō, -aB- v — ride a horse;
  • bedōan, -n- n inan — seat, chair;
  • bedōe, -iY- n an — horserider;
  • begō, -oB- n inan — house, building;
  • begób, -oB- n inan — boldness;
  • begōu n inan — residence, large house;
  • bēi n an — snow;
  • beīi v — enter an area;
  • bemoŵi n inan — tip, top, end;
  • bemu n inan — mouthful;
  • ben, -ŋ- n inan — mouth;
  • benában, -n- n inan — canoe;
  • benáp, -b- v — float, swim;
  • benárap, -b- v — be drunk;
  • benérabe, -iY- n an — alcoholic;
  • benibó v — be unknown;
  • beniédab, -aB- n inan — challenge;
  • beniét, -d- n an — idiot, stupid person;
  • benít, -d- n an — bastard;
  • beŋem, -ŵ- n inan — opening, cave;
  • beŋoáp, -b- n inan — tube;
  • beó n inan — cleaver;
  • beoó v — be inherited;
  • beoō, -oB- n inan — inheritance;
  • bera n an — sea;
  • beráŷe, -iY- n an — load, stock;
  • beráŷo, -oB- n inan — weight, mass;
  • beri n an — lake;
  • berí v — be on the right;
  • berī, -iY- n an — right-handed person;
  • beríb, -iB- n inan — right side;
  • berína n inan — right hand;
  • berínam pp — on the right;
  • bes, -eS- v — achieve;
  • besá, -aY- n inan — castle;
  • beu n an — glacier;
  • bewo, -oB- n inan — acceptance;
  • beŵó pn — that person;
  • bewoá n inan — hoe (tool);
  • beye, -iY- n an — taker, donee;
  • beyeán, -n- n inan — cabin;
  • beyi n inan — east;
  • beyī v — be on the left;
  • beyī, -iY- n an — left-handed person;
  • beyīna n inan — left hand;
  • beyīnam pp — on the left;
  • bezēi n inan — cottage;
  • bi av — there;
  • bibam, -ŵ- v — be dry;
  • bibaŵo, -oB- n inan — dryness;
  • bibaŷí v — be brave;
  • bibébi v — stop;
  • bibéra v — be vast;
  • bibéro, -aB- n inan — surface;
  • bibeŵi n inan — string, rope;
  • bibi n inan — hair;
  • bibiéb, -eB- v — be slimy;
  • bibiédeb, -eB- n inan — area, land;
  • bibiém, -m- v — be farther;
  • bibiét, -d- v — be flat, planar;
  • bibígan, -n- n inan — spade;
  • bibík, -g- v — be in the centre;
  • bibímo v — be behind;
  • bibób, -oB- n inan — readiness;
  • bibu n inan — hair, head of hair;
  • bibuó v — be cooked;
  • bidám pn — that thing;
  • bidamo, -oB- n inan — sorcery, magical spell;
  • bidié v — be right-handed;
  • bié, -eY- n inan — fat, grease;
  • biéb, -eB- n inan — oil;
  • biébet, -d- n inan — pelt, animal skin;
  • biédip, -b- n inan — main plaza;
  • biék, -g- n an — ocean;
  • biéŋan, -n- n inan — mood, wit;
  • biéra n inan — ears of an animal;
  • biérab, -aB- n inan — tolerance;
  • biét, -d- n an — flower, plant;
  • biéube v — be wise;
  • biéudip, -b- n inan — shirt;
  • biéuga v — benefit;
  • biéugu v — be bold;
  • biéunit, -d- v — be bold;
  • biéŵi n inan — end, final point;
  • bimaŵi n inan — destination;
  • bime v — be crooked;
  • bimo n inan — back (body part);
  • bimo, -eB- n inan — bend;
  • Bimúde n an — Wihəs and Vijiš nations;
  • biná pn — those people/things;
  • bini n inan — sock;
  • biŋ, -ŋ- v — laugh;
  • bit, -g- n an — mole;
  • biú v — be ready;
  • biye av — then;
  • Biyesi n inan — Wihəs and Vijiš languages;
  • bizeá n an — spring (season);
  • bōa, -oY- n an — old man;
  • boáb, -aB- n an — philosopher, sorcerer;
  • boábeb, -eB- n inan — idea, philosophy;
  • boadí pp — across;
  • boán, -n- n an — specter, ghost;
  • boánob, -oB- n inan — foreignness;
  • bobáŋ, -ŋ- v — be humid;
  • bobín pp — through;
  • boboán, -n- v — be alien, foreign;
  • boboánus, -uS- n inan — mystery;
  • boboáuna n inan — head;
  • bobuó, -oY- v — be cowardly;
  • bobuón, -r- v — grow up;
  • bobuóra v — be insufficient;
  • bodék, -g- v — be heavy;
  • bodiédis, -iS- n an — heaviness;
  • bogób, -oB- v — be thin;
  • boí n inan — tree;
  • boíŵi n inan — stake, pole;
  • bonobū av — shallowly, superficially;
  • boŋ, -ŋ- n inan — room;
  • boŋí n an — soldier, warrior;
  • boŋíb, -iB- n inan — army;
  • boŋué n inan — beer;
  • bōo, -oB- n inan — baldness;
  • bōu n inan — tree trunk;
  • boŵo, -uB- n an — sister;
  • bowuó n inan — knot;
  • boŷu n an — big sister;
  • boŷu n an — rat;
  • bumo, -eB- n an — female animal;
  • buó, -oY- n an — coward;
  • būo n an — vermin;
  • buób, -oB- v — be suitable;
  • buóbib, -iB- n inan — good quality, goodness;
  • buódab, -aB- n inan — arrival;
  • buók, -g- n inan — great number;
  • buón, -r- n an — male heir;
  • buóŋ, -ŋ- n inan — corridor;
  • buóŋib, -iB- n inan — toy, game;
  • buóuna n inan — value, worthiness;
  • buóuni v — fight;
  • buóunis, -iS- n an — ally, friend;
  • buóuŋu v — be metaphysical, spiritual;
  • buóyib, -iB- n inan — cowardice;
  • būu n an — year;
  • buŷu n inan — toe;

C

  • ceádip, -b- n inan — main town, city;
  • ceaŋí v — weave and knit;
  • ceaŋī, -iY- n an — weaver;
  • ceaŋū, -uB- n inan — weaving;
  • ceáset, -d- n inan — surface;
  • cedadem, -ŵ- n inan — interior, inside;
  • cededi n inan — flesh;
  • ceídan, -n- n inan — brick;
  • ceíde, -iY- n an — constructor;
  • ceído, -oB- n inan — house, building;
  • ceít, -d- v — build, construct;
  • cemíb, -iB- n inan — superiority, authority;
  • ceneŵó pn — that person away;
  • ceni av — away;
  • cenidám pn — that thing away;
  • ceniná pn — that people/things away;
  • ceráŵo, -oB- v — put to sleep;
  • cerí v — think, judge, have an opinion;
  • ceríb, -iB- n inan — thought;
  • ceriémab, -aB- n inan — plane, plain;
  • cerím, -m- v — be smooth;
  • cerína n inan — thought, mind;
  • ceŵédi pn — who else;
  • ceŵí v — be white;
  • ceŵī, -iY- n an — noon, midday;
  • ceŵíb, -iB- n inan — whiteness;
  • ceŵó pn — who, what person;
  • ceyét, -d- v — be disabled;
  • ceyiédab, -aB- n inan — disability;
  • ceyiédis, -iS- n an — disabled person;
  • ceŷíŵo, -oB- v — kill, murder;
  • ciat, -d- v — be dark;
  • cibū, -uB- n inan — nobility;
  • cidábi v — cut in wood;
  • cidám pn — what, what thing;
  • cidi pn — what else;
  • cidié n an — day and night;
  • cidō, -aB- v — be on the top;
  • ciéb, -eB- n an — peasant;
  • ciébab, -aB- n inan — roundness;
  • ciébis, -iS- n an — wheel;
  • ciédi v — find, discover;
  • ciémi v — control, affect;
  • cién, -n- n an — pup, small dog;
  • ciéŋ, -ŋ- n an — hound;
  • ciérap, -b- v — be spherical;
  • ciét, -d- n an — morning;
  • cigá v — be sweet;
  • cigá n inan — grass;
  • cigā, -aY- n an — my dear (endearment);
  • cigō, -oB- n inan — sweetness;
  • cigóŵi n inan — pear;
  • ciguo v — be similar, alike;
  • cií n inan — face;
  • ciíŵi n inan — front;
  • cim, -ŵ- v — die;
  • cim, -m- n inan — stone, pebble;
  • cimép, -b- n inan — can, metal container;
  • cin av — always;
  • ciná pn — what people/things;
  • cinédi pn — what people/things else;
  • cini n an — rabbit, bunny;
  • ciŋeb, -iB- n inan — wheat;
  • ciŋí v — be wrong;
  • ciŋíb, -iB- n inan — mistake;
  • ciri n an — flame;
  • ciŵe nu — 10;
  • ciŵe, -iY- n an — dead person;
  • ciŵo, -oB- n inan — grave;
  • ciyedo, -oB- n inan — darkness;
  • ciŷem, -ŵ- n inan — torch, lamp;
  • cizeb, -iB- n inan — urine;
  • cizeŵi n inan — stuffed animals;
  • cizi v — urinate;
  • cizigá v — grow, develop;
  • cizigóŵi v — be green;
  • cizií v — be in front;
  • cizín, -n- v — be alone;
  • cizina n inan — small man;
  • cizíŋ, -ŷ- v — burn, be aflame;

E

  • edi n an — leader, governor;
  • ēi n an — baby;
  • Enadáyin, -n- n an — Endayin nation;
  • eri n an — lump, clod;
  • ewóbi n inan — yolk;

I

  • iabú v — rule, order;
  • iára n an — whore;
  • iáŷi v — feed;
  • ibem, -ŵ- v — be lazy;
  • ibém, -m- v — be wide;
  • ibémo, -oB- n inan — width;
  • ibeŵe, -iY- n an — lazy person;
  • ibeŵo, -oB- n inan — laziness;
  • ibu n an — ancestor;
  • idi n an — grandfather;
  • idō, -aB- v — be shallow;
  • idom, -m- n inan — leather, animal skin;
  • idōo, -oB- n inan — limit, limitation;
  • īi n inan — door, gate;
  • iídi v — be old;
  • imé v — be clean;
  • iméb, -eB- n inan — purity, cleanliness;
  • iména n inan — soap;
  • iŋan, -n- n inan — spirit, soul;
  • iŋe, -iY- n an — living person;
  • iŋo, -oB- n inan — life;
  • ioó v — be childish;
  • iu n inan — gate;
  • iyen nu — 100;

K

  • kaāna, -aY- n an — thatcher;
  • kaaŵó v — be friendly;
  • kaaŵō, -oY- n an — friend;
  • kabiénab, -aB- n inan — appropriateness, adequateness;
  • kabín, -n- v — be correct;
  • kadán, -r- v — teach;
  • kadáre, -iY- n an — teacher;
  • kadáro, -oB- n inan — teaching;
  • kaderō, -aB- v — fix, make right;
  • kadién, -n- n inan — intelligence, wit;
  • kagat, -d- n inan — body;
  • kagayē v — be a shepherd;
  • kagayē, -eY- n an — shepherd;
  • kanoé v — be vivid;
  • kanúgu v — produce tools;
  • kaŋídano, -oB- v — bare, nude;
  • kaŋíne, -iY- n an — wise man;
  • kaŋíni v — be experienced;
  • kaŋobéb, -eB- v — be cold, freezing;
  • karáno, -aB- v — show;
  • karoéwo, -oB- v — please, satisfy;
  • karūe v — keep bees;
  • kaŵéwo, -oB- v — wake up somebody;
  • kaŵī, -iS- v — be correct, do a good thing;
  • kaŵīo, -oB- n inan — correctness;
  • kaŵíoyem, -ŵ- v — draw;
  • kawoé v — heal, cure;
  • kawoéna n inan — herbs;
  • kaŵóŷa v — have pets;
  • kawoyē, -eY- n an — healer, doctor;
  • kaŵuāŋo, -oB- v — silence somebody;
  • kawūgo, -uY- n an — midwife;
  • kawūgu v — be a midwife;
  • kaŷaŵīo, -oB- v — correct;
  • kayē n an — sheep, ewe;
  • kaŷeríb, -iB- v — impress, inspire;
  • kayēŵi n inan — wool;
  • kayi n an — lamb, young sheep;
  • kaŷíze, -iY- n an — cattlekeeper;
  • kaŷízeb, -iB- n inan — cattle;
  • kaŷízeŵe, -iY- n an — taxidermist, animal stuffer;
  • kaŷízeŵeb, -iB- n inan — taxidermy, stuffing animals;
  • kaŷízeŵi v — stuff animals;
  • kaŷízi v — breed animals;
  • kaŷoéb, -eB- v — matchmake;
  • kaŷómam, -ŵ- v — keep, save;
  • kaŷuúro, -oB- v — deepen;
  • kazíŋ, -ŷ- v — burn something;
  • koáŷo v — be castrated;
  • koboŵóŋo, -oB- v — wet something, make wet, spill water;
  • kobúbeb, -iB- v — improve something;
  • kobúro, -oB- v — pull, gather;
  • kodíb, -iB- n inan — envy;
  • kodié n an — envious man;
  • kodiérab, -aB- n inan — sour substance;
  • kodiésis, -iS- n an — acid;
  • kodín, -r- v — be not tasty;
  • koé v — love;
  • koéb, -eB- n inan — love, affection;
  • kogóbo, -oB- v — knock down;
  • kogóma, -eY- n an — traveller, explorer;
  • kogóme v — know, be aware;
  • kogún, -r- v — marry;
  • koguóŋ, -ŋ- v — be abrupt;
  • kom av — how;
  • komam, -ŵ- n an — bull;
  • komaŵu n an — ox, castrated bull;
  • komeri n an — calf, young bull;
  • komóŵo, -eB- v — order, put in sequence;
  • komúŵo, -oB- v — cause;
  • koŋ, -ŋ- n an — eagle;
  • koŋoŋō, -oB- v — push, repel;
  • koŋúŷo, -aB- v — shorten;
  • kooí v — plant trees;
  • koóno, -uB- v — be angry;
  • kooŋíb, -iB- v — itch;
  • koózeb, -iB- v — harden something;
  • koúne, -iY- n an — cobbler;
  • koúni v — cobble;
  • koúŋeb, -iB- v — shrink something, make smaller;
  • koúŋina v — remove, take away;
  • koŵi av — somehow;
  • kowót, -d- v — have a meaning;
  • kowuódab, -aB- n inan — meaning;
  • koyē, -eY- n an — admirer, lover;
  • koŷet, -d- n an — spider;
  • kozié n an — old woman;
  • kuáb, -aB- n inan — joy, satisfaction;
  • kuás, -aS- n an — sugar;
  • kués, -eS- n an — animal;
  • kuésib, -iB- n inan — game (animals);
  • kuét, -d- n an — small animal;
  • kugu n an — beast, large animal;
  • kuŋ, -ŋ- n an — rabbit;
  • kuó n an — twin;
  • kuódi v — desire;
  • kuón, -n- n an — spark, sparkle;
  • kuót, -d- v — be native, original;
  • kuóŵi n inan — copy;
  • kuyeá n inan — fresh water;
  • kuŷu n an — firestorm;

M

  • ma, -aY- v — feel, sense;
  • maneá n inan — ring;
  • marié n an — mountain;
  • maŷó v — be ugly;
  • meba, -oY- n an — weird, silly person;
  • mebo, -oB- n inan — insanity, craziness;
  • mebu n an — rain;
  • medeŵi n inan — water well;
  • medi n an — spring, well;
  • medí n inan — place;
  • memu n inan — ground, earth;
  • meŋá n inan — floor;
  • meo v — be insane, crazy;
  • mep, -b- n an — water;
  • mereb, -iB- n inan — dress;
  • meri v — clothe, put on clothes;
  • meri n an — shadow, penumbra;
  • Meriyīŋo n inan — Endayin language;
  • meyē n an — adopted child or animal;
  • miámi av — nowhere;
  • mibe, -iY- n an — dreamer, idealist;
  • mibídi n an — gosling;
  • mibít, -d- n an — goose;
  • mibu n an — raven;
  • mié, -eY- n inan — bowl;
  • miédab, -aB- n inan — property;
  • miék, -g- n an — thunderstorm;
  • mīem pp — at, on;
  • miémeb, -eB- n inan — subordination;
  • mién, -r- n inan — spoon;
  • miénab, -aB- n inan — falsehood, untruth;
  • miét, -d- n an — breeze;
  • miét, -d- v — own;
  • miéŷa v — be lower;
  • miézeb, -eB- n inan — kernel of a fruit;
  • mime n an — servant;
  • mimeŋá v — be below;
  • mimép, -b- v — leak, flow;
  • mimeyē v — be fostered;
  • mimíme v — serve;
  • mimín, -r- v — blow;
  • min, -r- n an — air, wind;
  • min, -r- v — lose something;
  • mina v — be false;
  • mino, -oB- n inan — lie;
  • miŋá v — be lame;
  • miŋā, -aY- n an — lame person;
  • miŋána n inan — wound, injury;
  • miŋō, -oB- n inan — physical disability;
  • mira v — be short;
  • mira, -aY- n an — owner;
  • miri n an — fresh air;
  • miro, -oB- n inan — loss;
  • mirom, -ŵ- n an — butterfly;
  • miroŷu n an — moth;
  • miu n inan — basin;
  • miŵap, -b- n inan — nut;
  • miŵu n an — gale, strong wind;
  • miyi n inan — large cup, mug;
  • miyiét, -d- n an — gander, male goose;
  • moá, -aY- n an — large mountain;
  • moáab, -aB- n inan — longing, reminescence;
  • moábeb, -eB- n inan — way of life;
  • moán, -r- n an — highland;
  • moánut, -d- n an — priest, ritualist;
  • moap, -b- n inan — elbow;
  • moárab, -aB- n inan — ritual, rite;
  • moáyi, -iY- v — be light (in weight);
  • mogan, -n- n inan — sense;
  • mogo, -oB- n inan — emotion, feeling;
  • mogu n an — mountain range;
  • mok, -g- v — smell, feel;
  • momoánut, -d- v — do something regularly;
  • momuóna n inan — tool;
  • moŋá v — go away;
  • moŋō, -oB- n inan — exit;
  • moreám pn — nobody/nothing else;
  • mosá n inan — bracelet;
  • mosido, -oB- n inan — ceremony;
  • moŵe v — follow, pursue;
  • moŵi n an — light, lightness;
  • moŵo, -eB- n inan — pursuit;
  • moyebem, -ŵ- n inan — bow;
  • moyi nu — 1;
  • moyī n an — hill;
  • mozep, -b- v — be easy;
  • mozibo, -oB- n inan — humour, good mood;
  • muben, -n- v — be hungry;
  • mubinan, -n- n inan — stomach;
  • mubino, -oB- n inan — hunger;
  • mūep, -b- v — be dubious, unverified;
  • mūibo, -oB- n inan — paradox;
  • mum, -ŵ- v — make, do;
  • mumóset, -d- v — perform a ritual;
  • mumoyī v — be high, tall;
  • mumúye v — forge, shape;
  • muná pn — nobody, nothing;
  • munok, -g- v — be slow;
  • muŋóŵi v — shine;
  • muóbab, -aB- n inan — creature;
  • muóban, -n- n inan — limb;
  • muóbib, -iB- v — be paradoxical;
  • muóbin, -n- v — be empty, hollow;
  • muóbis, -iS- n an — agent, creator;
  • muón, -r- n an — blacksmith;
  • muóni n an — calf, young cow;
  • muóubab, -aB- n inan — nonsense;
  • muóunab, -aB- n inan — lack, absence;
  • muóunan, -n- n inan — appetite;
  • muŵan, -n- n inan — arm, hand;
  • muŵe, -iY- n an — powerful person;
  • muwo, -eB- n inan — smithing, forging;
  • muŵo, -oB- n inan — act, action;
  • muŷo, -uY- n an — cow;
  • muŷo, -aB- n inan — shortness;
  • muzín av — never;

N

  • nabíb, -iB- n inan — motherhood;
  • nabié n inan — dessert, small meal;
  • nabo, -uY- n an — leader, driver;
  • nabu v — lead, drive;
  • nabu n inan — pot;
  • nabuna n inan — way, path;
  • nadago, -oB- n inan — thirst;
  • nadak, -g- v — be thirsty;
  • naguó n an — rodent;
  • naiua v — defecate;
  • nam, -ŵ- v — have sex, copulate;
  • nam, -m- n an — little chicken;
  • namó v — be bad;
  • namō, -oB- n inan — flaw, error;
  • namō, -oY- n an — murderer;
  • nan, -r- v — bend, fold;
  • naním nu — 1st;
  • naŋué n inan — yarn, thread;
  • narap, -b- n inan — wine;
  • nare, -iY- n an — deaf person;
  • nareb, -iB- n inan — deafness;
  • nariép, -b- n inan — leg (of an object);
  • naro, -aB- n inan — prostitution;
  • nasié n an — toad;
  • naŵan, -n- n inan — sexual organs;
  • naŵe, -iY- n an — lover, sexual partner;
  • naŵo, -oB- n inan — sexual intercourse;
  • naŵu n an — whore, prostitute;
  • nayi pn — some people/things;
  • nayī n inan — leg;
  • nayiép, -b- n inan — queue, line, order;
  • nayīŵi n inan — column, support;
  • neáda, -aY- v — salt water;
  • neán, -n- n an — piglet;
  • neánab, -aB- n inan — hospitability;
  • neárab, -aB- n inan — irregularity;
  • neát, -d- n an — little sister;
  • nebéŋ, -ŋ- n inan — structure;
  • nebié n an — mother;
  • nebiénip, -b- n inan — shoulder;
  • nebós, -oS- n an — truth;
  • nebuó v — be proved, verified;
  • nedi n an — mom (endearment);
  • neí av — barely;
  • nēi n inan — berry;
  • neni n an — ckick, chicken;
  • neni av — where;
  • neniyi av — somewhere;
  • neŋ, -ŋ- n an — hen;
  • neŋáb, -aB- n inan — evil;
  • neŋoá v — be wrong, incorrect;
  • nera n an — prostitute;
  • nerabo, -oB- n inan — fermentation;
  • nerabu n inan — alcoholic beverage, liquor;
  • neri v — be deaf;
  • nerób, -oB- n inan — beauty;
  • nerué v — be symmetrical;
  • newoá n an — descendant;
  • newób, -oB- n inan — dominion, country;
  • newuóp, -b- n inan — constraint, condition;
  • niā v — be early;
  • niā, -aY- n an — morning, sunrise;
  • nīa n inan — dish, plate;
  • niāna n inan — time;
  • nibó n an — night;
  • nibu n an — midnight;
  • nidi n an — evening;
  • niébis, -iS- n an — unemployed person;
  • niébos, -oS- n an — driver, leader;
  • niék, -g- n an — fertile soil;
  • nién, -n- n an — toddler;
  • niéna v — be dumb, stupid;
  • niéni n inan — glass (material);
  • niéŋ, -ŋ- n an — cock, rooster;
  • niéŋan, -n- n inan — consciousness;
  • niérak, -g- v — be visible;
  • niéri v — exist;
  • niéuna n inan — direction, orientation;
  • niéŷa v — darken;
  • niéyip, -b- v — be depressed;
  • niézeb, -eB- n inan — hallucination;
  • nin, -r- n an — louse;
  • nin, -n- n an — neighbour;
  • ninabí v — nurse, breastfeed;
  • niní v — swim;
  • ninī, -iS- v — be near, close;
  • ninī, -iY- n an — swimmer;
  • ninibó v — hide, conceal, cover;
  • ninídi v — be widowed;
  • niniék, -g- v — be fertile;
  • niniét, -d- v — be gray-haired;
  • ninína n inan — fin, flipper;
  • ninoŵó v — be male;
  • ninoŷú v — preserve;
  • ninúgu v — be eaten, used up;
  • niŋ, -ŋ- v — experience something;
  • nīo, -oB- n inan — neighbourhood;
  • nip, -b- n an — sky;
  • niráb, -aB- n inan — precognition;
  • nirás, -aS- n an — dawn;
  • nireá v — be on time;
  • nireán, -n- n inan — clock;
  • niri n an — boy;
  • nisa v — tell lies, deceive;
  • niséb, -eB- v — be safe;
  • nisiébab, -aB- n inan — shallowness;
  • niu n inan — vessel;
  • niwō, -oB- n inan — time;
  • niwoá n an — dusk;
  • niyém, -m- v — be universal, common;
  • niyi v — must, have to;
  • noá, -aY- n an — male peer;
  • noá, -aY- n inan — stomach;
  • noáb, -aB- v — be very old;
  • noábab, -aB- n inan — old age;
  • noábas, -aS- n an — bald man;
  • noábob, -oB- n inan — sisterhood;
  • noák, -g- n an — female peer;
  • nobáb, -aB- n inan — manliness;
  • nobí, -iY- n an — spinster;
  • nobū, -uY- n inan — ear;
  • nobūa pp — from the surface;
  • nobūs pp — on the surface;
  • nobúyem, -ŵ- n inan — shell;
  • noé n inan — fruit;
  • noén, -ŋ- n inan — bone;
  • noéŋem, -ŵ- n inan — column, support;
  • nom, -m- n an — pig;
  • noŵó n an — man, human;
  • noŷú n an — salt;
  • nuébi n inan — trace;
  • nuén, -n- n an — adoptive parent;
  • nuén, -r- v — be necessary;
  • nuéra v — warm, keep warm;
  • nuére v — form, mold, sculpt;
  • nuéroap, -b- v — be bright;
  • nuéru v — be responsible;
  • nuét, -d- n an — boyfriend;
  • nuéŵa v — be aggressive;
  • nuéŵoan, -n- n inan — manliness, masculinity;
  • nuéŷo v — spread, pass further;
  • nuíp, -b- n an — ugly person;
  • nunán, -n- v — greet;
  • nuneá n an — summer;
  • nunié n an — creator, sculptor;
  • nunién, -n- n inan — paddle, oar;
  • nunuédab, -aB- n inan — cave, hole;
  • nunuédan, -n- n inan — barrier;
  • nunuét, -d- v — be last;
  • nunuó, -oY- v — be taken advantage of;
  • nunuób, -oB- v — bite;
  • nunuóuna n inan — teeth, set of teeth;
  • nunút, -d- v — stop something;
  • nuók, -g- n an — master of the house;
  • nurób, -oB- n inan — foster care, adoption;
  • nurué n an — responsibility;
  • nuŷu n an — husband;

Ŋ

  • ŋabéb, -eB- n inan — winter;
  • ŋabié n inan — north;
  • ŋadié n inan — cover, external layer;
  • ŋadiép, -b- n inan — cover, layer;
  • ŋado, -oB- n inan — brotherhood;
  • ŋagáb, -aB- n inan — ugliness;
  • ŋagoá v — be asymmetrical;
  • ŋaŋáb, -aB- n inan — departure, leaving;
  • ŋaŋeá v — depart, leave;
  • ŋat, -d- n an — brother;
  • ŋayi n inan — court, garden;
  • ŋeádab, -aB- n inan — friendship;
  • ŋedi n an — little brother;
  • ŋedué n inan — street, allee;
  • ŋerá n inan — skin;
  • ŋeráŵi n inan — layer, level;
  • ŋiaŋ, -ŷ- v — be colored;
  • ŋiaŷo, -oB- n inan — color;
  • ŋidabe, -iY- n an — danger, hazard;
  • ŋidabo, -oB- n inan — risky situation;
  • ŋidan, -n- v — be naked, nude;
  • ŋidane, -iY- n an — naked person;
  • ŋidano, -oB- n inan — nudity;
  • ŋié, -eY- n an — autumn;
  • ŋiéb, -eB- n an — crow, raven;
  • ŋiébab, -aB- n inan — deviation;
  • ŋiébas, -aS- n an — madman, crazy person;
  • ŋiédib, -iB- n inan — coat, cloak;
  • ŋiédop, -b- n an — beetle;
  • ŋiégo n an — butterfly;
  • ŋiét, -d- n an — beginning, source;
  • ŋiéyip, -b- n inan — beverage;
  • ŋigap, -b- v — be dangerous;
  • ŋin, -n- n an — woman, female;
  • ŋina v — there is, have, be, exist;
  • ŋinérana n inan — vagina;
  • ŋini n an — existence, being;
  • ŋino, -oB- n inan — womanliness;
  • ŋiŋádan, -n- n inan — team, group, tribe;
  • ŋiŋás, -aS- n an — snake;
  • ŋiŋát, -d- v — be related (as in a family);
  • ŋiŋé, -eY- v — be liquid;
  • ŋiŋeá v — be weak;
  • ŋiŋerá v — be outside;
  • ŋiŋím, -ŵ- v — be sacred, holy;
  • ŋiŋín, -n- v — be female;
  • ŋiŋínan, -n- n inan — vulva;
  • ŋiŋíni v — be energetic;
  • ŋiŋíŵe v — be hallucinating;
  • ŋiŋíŵem, -ŵ- v — be blue;
  • ŋit, -d- v — free, release;
  • ŋiŵe n an — madman, crazy man;
  • ŋiŵem, -ŵ- n inan — cloud;
  • ŋiŵo, -eB- n inan — madness;
  • ŋiŵu n an — heaven;
  • ŋiŷa v — be warm;
  • ŋiŷo, -oB- n inan — warmth, heat;
  • ŋoáp, -b- n an — lamp, lantern;
  • ŋoát, -d- n an — shade, hue;
  • ŋobé v — be cold;
  • ŋobéb, -eB- n inan — coolness, coldness;
  • ŋogu n an — big brother;
  • ŋuén, -n- n an — breath;
  • ŋuénab, -aB- n inan — exhibitionism;
  • ŋuéseb, -eB- v — be evil;
  • ŋuésuab, -aB- n inan — adventure;
  • ŋuŋeádan, -n- n inan — adoption;
  • ŋuŋu n an — wife, housewife;
  • ŋuŋún, -n- v — care, worry;
  • ŋuók, -g- v — be short-lived;
  • ŋuóno, -oY- n inan — slowness;

O

  • oadí v — seem, appear;
  • oadū, -uB- n inan — appereance;
  • obaŵi n inan — pipe, small tube;
  • obe n an — snake;
  • obé n an — beggar;
  • oému v — stink, have an unpleasant smell;
  • oéra v — sail a sea;
  • oéra, -aY- n an — sailor, seaman;
  • oérana n inan — ship;
  • oéro, -aB- n inan — navigation;
  • ogóme v — move, move towards;
  • ogómena n inan — wagon, cart;
  • omín, -r- v — float, fly, hover;
  • omíran, -n- n inan — feather;
  • omoyī v — climb;
  • onayī, -iY- n an — pilgrim;
  • onayī v — walk, go on foot;
  • oni n an — stranger, somebody unknown;
  • ono, -uB- n inan — hostility;
  • onobū, -uY- v — agree;
  • onobúwo, -oB- n inan — sound;
  • oŋóŵi v — be bright;
  • ooyī, -iY- n an — monkey;
  • osídan, -n- n inan — window;
  • osíra v — go on foot;
  • osít, -d- v — evaporate;
  • oúni v — wear shoes;
  • oŵí n inan — wrist;
  • oŷén, -ŷ- v — be serious, solemn;
  • oyēŷi v — wander, go around;
  • oyēŷina n inan — cane, rod;
  • oyīgo, -oB- n inan — taste;
  • oyimé v — be infectious, fast spreading;
  • oyīrep, -b- v — kneel;
  • oyīt, -g- v — have a taste;
  • oŷúbo, -oB- n inan — width;
  • oŷúp, -b- v — be narrow;
  • ozeb, -iB- n inan — hardness;
  • ozi v — be hard;
  • ozigá v — be wet;

P

  • pak, -g- v — flee, run away;
  • paŷíb, -iB- n inan — wish, daydream;
  • paŷím nu — 30;
  • pē, -eY- v — wake up, get up;
  • peam, -ŵ- v — be round;
  • pean, -n- n inan — eyelid;
  • peaŵe, -iY- n an — circle;
  • peaŵo, -oB- n inan — testicle;
  • pebén, -r- v — be blind;
  • pebére, -iY- n an — blind person;
  • pebéro, -oB- n inan — blindness;
  • pem, -m- n an — river;
  • pemí n an — master, expert;
  • pemíb, -iB- n inan — strength, power;
  • pemó n an — worm;
  • pemu n an — large river, main river;
  • pen nu — 3;
  • pen, -ŷ- v — keep, store;
  • pena n an — bird;
  • penaŵi n inan — feather;
  • peni n an — brook, creek;
  • pení n an — dog;
  • penído, -oB- n inan — foolishness, stupidity;
  • penít, -d- n an — fool, stupid person;
  • peók, -g- n an — fly;
  • perá n an — grandmother;
  • peŵemí v — lead, drive;
  • peŵéna v — fly, flit;
  • peŵénana n inan — wing;
  • peŵī, -iS- v — be orphaned;
  • peŵíb, -iB- v — be solid, rigid;
  • peŵíba, -oY- v — educate;
  • peŵíbe v — farm, grow crops;
  • peŵíbem, -ŵ- v — be boring;
  • peŵidí v — reveal, uncover;
  • pewo, -eB- n inan — loudness;
  • peŷá n an — flora, plants;
  • peye v — be loud;
  • peyena n inan — voice;
  • peyīm, -m- v — be flat;
  • peyīmo, -oB- n inan — flatness;
  • peŷo, -oB- n inan — store, supply;
  • peŷō, -oB- n inan — opposition, conflict;
  • peŷóŵi n inan — obstacle;
  • pī, -iS- n an — orphan;
  • pīa v — hear;
  • piána n inan — harassment;
  • pib, -iB- n an — metal;
  • piban, -r- n inan — fur;
  • pibarem, -ŵ- n inan — overcoat;
  • pibe n an — farmer;
  • pibem, -ŵ- n inan — cloudy weather;
  • pibém, -m- v — be linear;
  • pibenít, -d- v — be stupid, foolish;
  • pibeŷá v — hate;
  • pibí, -iY- v — be metallic;
  • pibiébas, -aS- v — be bald;
  • pibiéyip, -b- v — be gray;
  • pibín, -n- v — be imprisoned;
  • pibíu v — be greasy, fat;
  • pibo, -eB- n inan — farm;
  • pibō, -oB- n inan — concern;
  • pibu n an — noon, midday;
  • pidí n an — day;
  • pidí n an — husband;
  • pidíb, -iB- n inan — desire;
  • pidíwo, -oB- n inan — sourness;
  • pidíye, -iY- n an — lemon;
  • piébas, -aS- n an — expert, experienced person;
  • pién, -n- n an — swallow;
  • piéŋ, -ŋ- n an — falcon;
  • piéŋab, -aB- n inan — harvest time;
  • piéŋan, -n- n inan — sickle, scythe;
  • piés, -eS- v — be black;
  • piéseb, -eB- n inan — black colour;
  • piét, -d- n an — lizard;
  • piéurab, -aB- n inan — advantage;
  • piéurip, -b- n inan — drawing;
  • piéŵi n inan — pillow;
  • pigá n inan — milk;
  • pimém, -ŵ- n inan — kettle;
  • piméri n inan — small kettle;
  • pimu n an — vixen;
  • pin pp — to, into;
  • pin nobūs pp — onto the surface;
  • pin womús pp — onto, to the top;
  • piŋ, -ŋ- v — harvest;
  • piŋa pp — from, out from;
  • piŋan, -n- n inan — joke;
  • piŋo, -oB- n inan — laugh, laughter;
  • pīo, -aB- n inan — hearing;
  • piowo, -oB- n inan — skill, proficiency;
  • pioyem, -ŵ- n inan — story, poem;
  • pirem pp — in;
  • piri n an — navel;
  • piú n an — moon;
  • piŵo v — be simple, uninteresting;
  • piŵu n inan — torso, abdomen;
  • piye v — be dark;
  • piŷem, -ŵ- n inan — center;
  • piyēn, -ŋ- v — be savory;
  • piyēŋe, -iY- n an — bitter beverage, tonic;
  • piyēŋo, -oB- n inan — harshness;
  • poágan, -n- n inan — leg of an animal, paw;
  • poák, -g- n an — animal companion;
  • poázis, -iS- n an — male spinster;
  • pobo v — fall;
  • pobo, -oB- n inan — fall, drop;
  • pōe n an — thinker;
  • pogu n inan — robe;
  • pok, -g- n inan — shirt;
  • pome n an — world;
  • poŋ, -ŷ- v — run;
  • poŋí n an — ghost, spirit;
  • poŋu n an — world, universe;
  • poŋúŵi n inan — ghost, phantom;
  • pōo, -eB- n inan — thinking;
  • poón, -r- n inan — bonfire, hearth;
  • poóŷu n inan — stove;
  • poráŋ, -ŋ- v — be shy;
  • poreáŋab, -aB- n inan — harmony, calmness, peace;
  • poŵóŋ, -ŋ- v — cry, weep;
  • poŵóŋo, -oB- n inan — wetness, wet stain;
  • poŷa n an — pet;
  • poŷe, -iY- n an — runner;
  • poyi pn — some, somebody;
  • poŷidí v — be envious;
  • poŷu n an — little animal;
  • poŷúŋa v — strike, hit;
  • poŷúri v — inhabit, dwell;
  • pua v — split, divide;
  • puāŋ, -ŋ- v — be silent;
  • puāŋo, -oB- n inan — silence;
  • pube, -iY- n an — good person;
  • pubeb, -iB- n inan — virtue, good life;
  • pubi v — be good;
  • pubina n inan — quality, advantage;
  • pubōe v — think, ponder;
  • puboŋí v — be nonsensical;
  • pudī, -iY- v — be sour;
  • pugaŷí v — sleep;
  • pugóma, -eY- n an — tall tree;
  • pugóme v — be giant, huge;
  • pugú n inan — key;
  • pugún, -r- v — be married;
  • pūm pp — by, near;
  • pun, -r- n an — owl;
  • pun, -r- v — walk, come;
  • puŋa n an — lightning, thunder;
  • puŋí n inan — honey, mead;
  • puŋu n inan — room, chamber;
  • puŋu n an — storm, strong rain;
  • pūoŋ, -ŷ- n an — bug, insect;
  • puri n an — inhabitant;
  • puro, -uB- n inan — home, house, dwelling;
  • puro, -oB- n inan — marriage;
  • puún, -r- v — be deep;
  • puúro, -oB- n inan — depth;
  • puwo, -oB- n inan — division;
  • puŷu n an — ancestress;

S

  • sā, -aY- v — form, change;
  • sabú n an — ruler;
  • sabū, -uB- n inan — state;
  • sabúŵi n inan — law, rule, order;
  • sadué n inan — sight;
  • saduóp, -b- n inan — cave;
  • samá pn — all, everybody, everything;
  • sami av — everywhere;
  • samón, -n- n inan — chief, leader;
  • samuónip, -b- n inan — globe, ball, sphere;
  • san, -n- n an — host;
  • saŋí n inan — cloth;
  • sarié, -eY- n inan — glass container;
  • sarii n inan — pane, windowpane;
  • sarín, -r- n inan — bottle, vessel;
  • saro, -uB- n inan — mirror;
  • saruo, -oB- n inan — reaction, reception;
  • sawo, -oB- n inan — bend, crease;
  • sawoábab, -aB- v — demolish, destroy;
  • sawoám, -m- v — explore;
  • sawoámes, -eS- n an — researcher, philosopher;
  • saŵú v — be true;
  • saŵū, -uY- n an — frank person;
  • sayē n an — frog;
  • sayī v — be pretty;
  • saŷi n an — ground, earth;
  • saŷú n an — pest;
  • seb, -eB- n an — mare;
  • sebiéŋab, -aB- v — be silly, funny;
  • sebiérab, -aB- v — be awake;
  • sebiéurip, -b- v — ask riddles;
  • sebób, -oB- n inan — number;
  • sebuó v — be far, distant;
  • sedié n inan — basket;
  • sediébab, -aB- v — be blunt, coarse;
  • sediégab, -aB- v — be black;
  • sedién, -r- v — orient oneself;
  • sēi n an — tadpole;
  • semiém, -m- v — accept, receive;
  • seni n inan — tissue;
  • seniédeb, -eB- v — ferment;
  • seniégus, -uS- n an — plower, plowman;
  • seniék, -g- v — plough;
  • seniénab, -aB- n inan — agreement;
  • seniénis, -iS- n an — acquaintance;
  • seniéŋab, -aB- v — begin, found, start;
  • senín, -n- v — be known;
  • seri n an — mouse;
  • serí, -iY- v — speak a language;
  • seriét, -d- v — estimate;
  • sesié n an — germ;
  • sesiéina v — combine;
  • sesiémab, -aB- n inan — sharpness;
  • sesiésib, -iB- v — extend, expand;
  • sesím, -m- v — be smart;
  • seyeá n an — deer, doe;
  • seyié, -eY- v — snow;
  • sezín, -n- v — shelter, rescue;
  • siá n an — sun;
  • sián, -n- v — be hospitable;
  • sibóŵi n inan — urine;
  • sibóŵu v — be related, connected;
  • sibūo v — eat, chew;
  • siéas, -aS- n an — salty substance;
  • siéb, -eB- n inan — chin;
  • siébab, -aB- n inan — sting;
  • siébip, -b- n inan — dome, decorative ceiling;
  • siédeb, -eB- n inan — basket weaving;
  • siédob, -oB- n inan — straightness;
  • siédus, -uS- n an — straight line;
  • siéga v — be unfriendly;
  • siégas, -aS- n an — foe, enemy;
  • siéibob, -oB- v — count;
  • sién, -n- n an — fear;
  • siéna v — teach;
  • siénab, -aB- n inan — education;
  • siénas, -aS- n an — guardian spirit;
  • siéŋ, -ŋ- n inan — rock, stone;
  • siérab, -aB- n inan — slope;
  • siére v — guard, potect;
  • siéres, -eS- n an — guardian, protector;
  • siérob, -oB- n inan — guidance;
  • siéru v — be an authority, be in power;
  • siérus, -uS- n an — authority;
  • siés, -eS- v — be bigger;
  • siésa v — bloom, flower, flourish;
  • siésib, -iB- n inan — sickness, illness;
  • siésip, -b- n inan — line, rope;
  • siésoap, -b- v — be unripe, green;
  • siét, -d- n inan — leaf;
  • siéubi n inan — defile, narrow passage;
  • siéuga v — garden, grow plants;
  • siéugas, -aS- n an — gardener;
  • siéŵeb, -eB- v — wash;
  • siéŷab, -aB- v — weaken, impair;
  • siéyib, -iB- n inan — carpentry;
  • sīi n an — foster carer;
  • siiá v — carve, sculpt;
  • siibóŵi v — be yellow;
  • siídan, -n- n inan — wall, rampart;
  • siíra v — be on the bottom;
  • siíro, -oB- n inan — bottom, floor;
  • siít, -d- v — block, prevent;
  • siiyī v — be instead, replace;
  • simié n an — end;
  • sin, -ŋ- v — live, be alive;
  • siníb, -iB- n inan — failure, fault;
  • sinié v — mistake, err;
  • siŋ, -ŋ- n an — wolf;
  • siŋié v — be gray;
  • siŋién, -n- n inan — dust;
  • siŋís, -iS- n an — mud;
  • siō, -aB- n inan — sculpture;
  • sira n inan — heel;
  • siram pp — below;
  • siraŵi n inan — foot, footprint;
  • sire pp — down;
  • siri n inan — heel;
  • siriét, -d- v — be valuable;
  • siséb, -eB- v — be foremost, primary;
  • sisiébab, -aB- n inan — top, surface;
  • sisiéina v — be redundant, abundant;
  • sit, -d- n inan — wall;
  • siwoáp, -b- n inan — weed, flower;
  • siwū, -uB- n inan — replacement;
  • siyeá n inan — leaf, leaves;
  • soá, -aY- n an — injury;
  • soáab, -aB- n inan — jump, leap;
  • soáak, -g- v — be tasty;
  • soáan, -n- n inan — ankle;
  • soádis, -iS- n an — savory substance;
  • soáguodab, -aB- v — dig a hole;
  • soáŋ, -ŋ- n inan — thatch, roof cover;
  • soáŷab, -aB- v — eject, throw away;
  • sob, -oB- n inan — elbow;
  • sobíb, -iB- n inan — bluntness;
  • sobié n an — smoke;
  • soó n an — child, baby;
  • soō, -oB- n inan — childhood;
  • sowoá n inan — copy, reflexion;
  • sowoáp, -b- n inan — reflection, image;
  • suáb, -aB- n inan — escape;
  • suás, -aS- n an — victim;
  • suébi v — be gaseous;
  • suén, -n- n an — poor, infertile soil;
  • suó, -oY- n an — pregnant woman;
  • suób, -oB- v — be soft;
  • suóŋ, -ŋ- n an — rapist, deviant;
  • suóŋib, -iB- n inan — lust;
  • sureán, -n- v — be higher, taller;
  • suruóŋ, -ŋ- v — be greedy;
  • susiéŋ, -ŋ- n inan — string, yarn;
  • suyeá v — exit;

T

  • ta av — when;
  • taa n an — star;
  • taadí v — look at something;
  • taadī, -iY- n an — observer;
  • taarē, -aY- n an — basket weaver;
  • taaŵū, -uB- v — lengthen;
  • tabeb, -iB- n inan — craft, occupation;
  • tabeŷá v — develop something;
  • tabeŷā, -aY- n an — mentor;
  • tabi n an — carpenter;
  • tabibō, -oB- v — worry somebody, distress;
  • tabiébab, -aB- n inan — young age;
  • tabiébis, -iS- n an — daughter;
  • tabigá v — suckle, suck;
  • tabín, -n- v — trade slaves;
  • tabíne, -iY- n an — slaver;
  • tabíŋo, -oB- v — make somebody laugh;
  • tabíp, -b- v — be young;
  • tabíŷa v — eat vegetabls;
  • tabíŷo, -oB- n inan — vegetable;
  • tadē, -aY- v — imply, suggest;
  • tadié v — be sane;
  • tadién, -n- n inan — cure, treatment;
  • tagayēb, -eB- n inan — lamb (food);
  • tago, -oB- n inan — thing, creature;
  • tak, -g- v — be;
  • tam, -ŵ- n inan — skirt;
  • tama, -oY- v — be fast, quick;
  • taméban, -n- n inan — container for fluids;
  • tamedí v — lead, guide;
  • tamedī, -iY- n an — guide;
  • tamedū, -uB- n inan — road;
  • tamép, -b- v — drink;
  • tameyē v — care, worry;
  • tameyē, -eY- n an — foster carer;
  • tamíme v — be supported;
  • tamín, -r- v — breathe;
  • tamiŋō, -oB- v — harm, hurt;
  • tamowo, -oB- n inan — speed;
  • tan, -r- n an — learner, student;
  • tanayī v — kick;
  • tanī, -iS- v — be familiar;
  • tanobū, -uY- v — listen to;
  • tanoé v — eat fruits;
  • tanómo, -oB- n inan — pork (food);
  • tanúgo, -uY- n an — user;
  • tanúgu v — use, employ, apply;
  • taŋerá v — feel by touch;
  • taŋerō, -aB- n inan — touch, contact;
  • taŋín, -n- v — rape;
  • tara n an — bear;
  • taran, -n- n inan — hand;
  • taro, -oB- n inan — learning, lesson;
  • tat, -d- n an — beaver;
  • taŵe, -iY- n an — donor, giver;
  • taŵéna v — eat poultry;
  • taŵéno, -aB- n inan — poultry (food);
  • taŵi pn — some, something;
  • taŵím, -ŵ- v — be new;
  • taŵíoyem, -ŵ- v — guess, decipher;
  • taŵíŵe, -iY- n an — youth;
  • taŵíŵo, -oB- n inan — novelty;
  • tawo, -eB- n inan — work, job;
  • taŵo, -oB- n inan — gift;
  • tawōe v — cut;
  • tawū, -uB- v — slap;
  • taŵu n inan — skirt, long skirt;
  • tawūan, -n- n inan — palm, hand;
  • taye nu — 6;
  • tayē v — be spicy;
  • tayē, -eY- n an — spice;
  • tayēb, -eB- n inan — spiciness;
  • tayem, -ŵ- n inan — tooth;
  • tayén, -r- v — be happy;
  • tayerá v — weave baskets;
  • tayēra v — appraise;
  • tayerō, -aB- n inan — weaving;
  • tayeŵem, -ŵ- n inan — spike;
  • tayēyeb, -iB- v — enlarge;
  • tayēyina v — add;
  • tayezím nu — 60;
  • tayi nu — 4;
  • tayi av — somewhen, once;
  • taŷí pn — somebody/something else, other;
  • tayībap, -b- v — sew, stitch;
  • tayībi v — chew;
  • tayībobe, -iY- n an — seamster, tailor;
  • tayībobo, -oB- n inan — tailoring;
  • tayié v — be infatuated with somebody;
  • tayiérab, -aB- n inan — joy, happiness;
  • tayīgan, -n- n inan — tongue, language;
  • tayīgo, -oB- n inan — utterance, saying;
  • tayimé v — bury;
  • tayiméb, -eB- n inan — burial, funeral;
  • tayīt, -g- v — lick, taste;
  • taŷízeb, -iB- n inan — meat;
  • taŷízi v — eat meat;
  • taŷómaŵo, -oB- n inan — beef (food);
  • tazigá v — graze, pasture;
  • tazím nu — 40;
  • tazíŋ, -ŷ- v — cook, prepare meals;
  • tazíŷe, -iY- n an — cook, chef;
  • tē, -aY- n inan — finger, toe;
  • teáab, -aB- n inan — creation, being;
  • teám pn — everybody/everything else;
  • teán, -n- v — parasitize;
  • teáne, -iY- n an — parasite;
  • teáneb, -eB- n inan — sight;
  • teaŋí v — wear clothes;
  • teát, -d- n an — skunk;
  • teáŷi v — cultivate soil, farm;
  • teáŷo, -uB- n inan — soil cultivation;
  • tebiéurip, -b- v — be experienced;
  • tedá av — mostly;
  • tedáa v — turn;
  • tedam nu — 2nd;
  • tedéb, -eB- n inan — fishing;
  • tedié n an — angler;
  • tediéŋab, -aB- n inan — meal;
  • tedímo, -oB- n inan — food;
  • tedímo v — swallow, eat;
  • tegoáŵab, -aB- n inan — beef;
  • teguésib, -iB- n inan — main meal, dinner;
  • teí n an — male animal;
  • tēi n an — foal, pony, small horse;
  • teibémo, -oB- v — widen something;
  • teídom, -m- v — tan a hide;
  • teídume, -iY- n an — tanner;
  • teiméb, -eB- v — clean, make pure;
  • teíŋo, -oB- v — give birth;
  • teít, -d- v — separate, divide;
  • ten, -r- v — push, throw;
  • tena v — see;
  • tenábo, -uY- n an — potter;
  • tenábo, -uB- n inan — pottery;
  • tenábu v — make pots;
  • tenamō, -oB- v — break something;
  • tenana n inan — eyes of an animal;
  • tenárap, -b- v — drink alcohol;
  • tenérabe, -iY- n an — brewer, winemaker;
  • tenīa v — dine, eat a meal;
  • tenīe, -iY- n an — friend;
  • teniébab, -aB- v — violence;
  • teniédeb, -eB- v — drink wine;
  • tenīo, -oB- n inan — familiarity;
  • tenīo, -oB- n inan — meal, dinner, food;
  • teníŷa v — warm, keep warm;
  • teŋé, -eY- v — drink fresh water;
  • teŋiéab, -aB- n inan — alcohol;
  • teŋún, -n- v — abuse women;
  • teoó v — parent, bring up;
  • teoō, -oB- n inan — learning;
  • teowō, -oY- n an — parent;
  • terá v — be well, healthy;
  • terá n an — fisherman;
  • terána n inan — health;
  • tererí v — stay, remain;
  • teri n an — child (endearment);
  • terí, -iY- v — pronounce, utter, speak;
  • terí n an — rock, boulder;
  • teríbu v — flop around, flounder;
  • teriéab, -aB- n inan — pronunciation;
  • teriéan, -n- n inan — taste;
  • teriét, -d- v — take oportunity;
  • teriéubab, -aB- n inan — clothing;
  • teroáb, -aB- v — attack with a knife;
  • terōoŵi v — be red;
  • terōu v — corrupt, destroy;
  • tesié v — be bad cooked;
  • tet, -d- v — reject, throw;
  • ti, -iY- v — trade;
  • tibié v — be sunny;
  • tibís, -iS- n an — paleness;
  • tibu n an — ant;
  • tibu n an — duck;
  • tidáa v — be very small;
  • tidán, -r- v — learn, study;
  • tidáran, -n- n inan — memory;
  • tiderá v — fish;
  • tidi n an — duckling;
  • tidibū, -uY- n an — guest, visitor;
  • tidiéb, -eB- v — struggle;
  • tidién, -r- n inan — dot, point;
  • tidiú v — visit;
  • tidiū, -uB- n inan — visit;
  • tié, -eY- n an — planet;
  • tiéa v — drink milk;
  • tiéab, -aB- n inan — produce, output;
  • tiéb, -eB- n an — duck, drake;
  • tiébab, -aB- n inan — death;
  • tiédab, -aB- n inan — throw, shot;
  • tiédan, -n- n inan — wrist;
  • tiéde v — angle, fish with a rod;
  • tiédien, -n- n inan — fishing rod;
  • tiédu v — observe, investigate;
  • tiégab, -aB- n inan — dream;
  • tiéman, -r- v — be ephemerical;
  • tiéna n inan — penis;
  • tiénien, -n- n inan — adze;
  • tiénis, -iS- n an — forester;
  • tiéŋ, -ŋ- n inan — cake;
  • tiére v — touch, contact something;
  • tiérip, -b- n inan — stick;
  • tiésa v — mow grass;
  • tiéŵon, -r- v — be interested in;
  • tiéŷab, -aB- v — wear, tire, exhaust;
  • tigan, -n- n inan — money;
  • tigo, -oB- n inan — commodity, goods;
  • tim pp — against;
  • timé v — hate;
  • timē, -eY- n an — hater;
  • timéb, -eB- n inan — hate, hatred;
  • timo n inan — bread;
  • timú n inan — fork;
  • tina n inan — heart;
  • tinaŵi n inan — main part;
  • tini n inan — bread roll;
  • tiŋié v — fight against, try to prevent;
  • tip, -b- v — be buried;
  • tit, -g- v — buy;
  • tiu n inan — hammer;
  • tiwo, -uB- n inan — epoch;
  • tiwuó n an — guest;
  • tiye, -iY- n an — grandparent;
  • tiyi v — be old, ancient;
  • tize, -iY- n an — buyer, customer;
  • tō, -aB- n an — horse;
  • pp — up;
  • toá, -aY- n an — wound;
  • toáb, -aB- n inan — trade, contract;
  • toábi n inan — rust, stain;
  • toás, -aS- n an — seller, trader;
  • toázit, -d- n an — crab;
  • toban nu — 7;
  • tobaŷím nu — 70;
  • toébi v — freeze something;
  • tōem, -ŵ- n inan — ceiling;
  • toémo, -uB- n inan — smell;
  • toému v — smell, sense a smell;
  • tōibaŵo, -oB- v — dry something;
  • tok, -g- n an — bat (animal);
  • tomo nu — 5;
  • tomozím nu — 50;
  • tooí v — chop wood;
  • tooína n inan — axe;
  • tōom pp — above;
  • tooŵí v — punch;
  • tōoŵi n inan — cherry;
  • tooyī, -iY- n an — logger, lumberjack;
  • tōu n an — blood;
  • toyē, -eY- v — be glad, content;
  • toŷí v — be light, bright;
  • toŷíb, -iB- n inan — brightness, colour;
  • tozié v — be pale;
  • tudát, -d- v — explore, research;
  • tudeádan, -n- n inan — experience;
  • tudoá, -aY- v — soil, make dirty;
  • tudoábi v — be brown;
  • tūe n an — bee;
  • tuédi v — be still, solid;
  • tuén, -r- v — be old, aged;
  • tuérob, -oB- n inan — age;
  • tuérus, -uS- n an — chief, governor;
  • tuma pp — along, around;
  • tumak, -g- n inan — neck;
  • tumozem, -ŵ- n inan — narrowing, constriction;
  • tuó v — sell;
  • tuórip, -b- n inan — ravine, valley;
  • tūu n an — bumblebee;
  • tuwō, -oY- n an — trader, seller;

U

  • udam, -m- n an — mage, sorcerer;
  • udí n an — herder;
  • udū, -uB- n inan — herd of animals;
  • ūi n an — polecat;
  • uni n inan — sock;
  • unī, -iS- n an — fish;
  • uŋeb, -iB- n inan — smallness;
  • uŋi v — be small;
  • uŋina n inan — lack, defect, absence;
  • uŋu n inan — boot, long shoe;
  • uóba, -eY- n an — salamander;
  • uobé v — ask, beg;
  • uóne, -iY- n an — foreigner, stranger;
  • uóni v — be hostile;
  • uoŋí v — strike, hit;
  • uoŋī, -iY- n an — fighter, warrior;
  • uoŋíb, -iB- n inan — fight, battle;
  • uoŋína n inan — weapon;
  • uúdam, -m- v — curse, wish badly;
  • uudí v — herd animals;
  • uūi v — be indifferent;
  • uúŋina v — be less than;
  • uúyi v — mature;
  • uyi n an — son;
  • uŷu n inan — fist;

W

  • wō, -oB- v — step, leap;
  • woá, -aY- v — be raw;
  • woáa v — be hydrated;
  • woáb, -aB- n an — lizard;
  • woábab, -aB- n inan — rain;
  • woádi n an — diurnal animal;
  • woádob, -oB- n inan — picture;
  • woán, -n- n an — land, country;
  • woánab, -aB- n inan — history, legacy;
  • woáni v — jump;
  • wōaŋ, -ŷ- v — have a taste;
  • woáunib, -iB- v — provoke, irritate;
  • woáŵon, -r- v — sound, resonate;
  • woáŷa n an — nocturnal animal;
  • wōaŷe, -iY- n an — protein;
  • woáyib, -iB- n inan — quality;
  • wōaŷo, -oB- n inan — savoriness;
  • wodób, -oB- n inan — crowd, group;
  • wōe n inan — knife;
  • wōmi n inan — brain;
  • womīi n inan — pate, top of the head;
  • womús, -uS- n inan — head;
  • womús pp — on, on the top;
  • womúsa pp — off of;
  • womúsem, -ŵ- n inan — ball, hollow sphere;
  • wōŋu n inan — roof;
  • wōo, -oB- n inan — step, jump;
  • wot, -d- n an — spouse, husband, wife;
  • wōu n inan — sword;
  • woŵí n an — ashes;
  • woŵí v — be blunt;
  • woŵī, -iY- n an — fool, idiot;
  • woŵíb, -iB- n inan — stupidity;
  • wowoáb, -aB- v — crawl;
  • wowoábes, -eS- n an — reptile, amphibian;
  • wowoámes, -eS- n an — giant;
  • wowuódem, -m- v — enchant;
  • wū, -uB- n inan — arm;
  • wūbo, -oB- n inan — softness;
  • wuédab, -aB- n inan — midnight;
  • wūem, -ŵ- n inan — handle;
  • wuéni v — be most important;
  • wuénu v — be noble;
  • wuéret, -d- v — be dim, gray;
  • wuésa v — be identical;
  • wuét, -d- n an — spark;
  • wūgo, -uB- n inan — pregnancy;
  • wūgu n an — nursing mother;
  • wuk, -g- n an — fire;
  • wunié n inan — facial expression;
  • wuniép, -b- n inan — disguise, mask;
  • wunué n an — noble;
  • wūŋeb, -iB- n inan — greed;
  • wūŋi n an — greedy man;
  • wuódab, -aB- n inan — wedding;
  • wuódi v — dream, have a dream;
  • wuón, -n- n inan — sleeve, part covering the arm or leg;
  • wuónok, -g- n an — ladybug;
  • wuóŋ, -ŋ- n inan — calf (leg);
  • wuórab, -aB- n inan — boundary, border;
  • wuwúk, -g- v — disappear;

Y

  • nu — 2;
  • yeá, -aY- n an — insect;
  • yeába v — be self-confident;
  • yeábab, -aB- n inan — romantic relationship;
  • yeábas, -aS- n an — fiance, lover, partner;
  • yeábien, -n- n inan — brew, concoction;
  • yeábienab, -aB- v — be proper, appropriate, adequate;
  • yeádib, -iB- v — attract attention, show off;
  • yeádierab, -aB- v — be a prostitute;
  • yeán, -r- n an — ewe, female sheep;
  • yeánue v — be fruitful;
  • yeáres, -eS- n an — sheepdog;
  • yeáŵeb, -eB- v — be cool;
  • yēbu n inan — trousers;
  • yēdi n an — fawn, young deer;
  • yegá n an — deer, buck;
  • yēi n inan — blade, razor;
  • yená n an — singer, bard;
  • yēni n an — dad (endearment);
  • yenō, -aB- n inan — music;
  • yeŋ, -ŋ- n inan — opening;
  • yerá n inan — box;
  • yēra n inan — price, value;
  • yerám pn — this thing;
  • yēre, -iY- n an — line, stroke;
  • yēri v — be predictable;
  • yēri n inan — town square;
  • yēro, -uB- n inan — simplicity;
  • yesíb, -iB- n inan — left side;
  • yesié v — be left-handed;
  • yeŵó pn — this person;
  • yēŵu n inan — importance;
  • yeyē n an — flea;
  • yēyeb, -iB- n inan — size;
  • yeŷí n an — merchant;
  • yēyi v — be big;
  • yēŷi n inan — plaza, large town square;
  • yeyīm, -m- v — be sharp;
  • yeyīman, -n- n inan — wit, intelligence;
  • yeyīme, -iY- n an — smart person;
  • yeyīmo, -oB- n inan — cleverness, intelligence;
  • yēyina n inan — addition, surplus;
  • yezím nu — 20;
  • yī, -iY- v — rise, go up;
  • yīa n an — sand;
  • yiāna v — be above;
  • yiāŋa v — precede, go before, come from;
  • yiaŵó v — be humane;
  • yībap, -b- n inan — needle;
  • yībeŵi n inan — notch, indentation;
  • yībi n inan — jaw;
  • yīdi n inan — tip of the tongue;
  • yīe, -iY- v — be recent;
  • yiéb, -eB- n inan — cap, hat;
  • yiébab, -aB- n inan — drought, dry season;
  • yiébi n inan — hat, cap;
  • yiéga v — be difficult;
  • yiégab, -aB- n inan — smoothness;
  • yiégan, -n- n inan — storage, pickle;
  • yiéina n inan — sound;
  • yiék, -g- v — be gentle;
  • yiém, -m- n an — fox;
  • yiémeb, -eB- n inan — turn, crook, angle;
  • yién, -n- n an — stream;
  • yiéŋ, -ŋ- n an — estuary;
  • yiés, -eS- v — be noisy;
  • yiéseb, -eB- n inan — noise;
  • yiét, -d- n an — rival, opponent;
  • yiéubi n inan — rope;
  • yiéwo v — cool, keep cool, keep fresh;
  • yiéyep, -b- v — be barren;
  • yigá v — flee, escape;
  • yigā, -aY- n an — fugitve, refugee;
  • yīga v — be salty;
  • yigō, -oB- n inan — map;
  • yīgo, -oB- n inan — saltiness;
  • yigoáp, -b- n inan — trouble, problem;
  • yīi n inan — hand, arm;
  • yīian, -n- n inan — time;
  • yīiwo, -oB- n inan — delay, latency;
  • yīiye, -iY- n an — evening, dusk;
  • yimí v — be dirty;
  • yimī, -iY- n an — soil;
  • yimíb, -iB- n inan — dirtiness;
  • yimína n inan — filth, dirt;
  • yin, -n- n an — slave;
  • yīn av — here;
  • yīn, -ŋ- v — say, speak;
  • yiná pn — these people/things;
  • yináb, -aB- n inan — worry, anxiety;
  • yineá v — be close with someone;
  • yīni n an — pain;
  • yiniwō av — now;
  • yīŋe, -iY- n an — speaker, orator;
  • yīŋo, -oB- n inan — speech;
  • yīo, -oB- n inan — story, piece of fiction;
  • yīrep, -b- n inan — knee;
  • yīri n an — water vapour;
  • yīribem, -ŵ- n inan — joint of bones;
  • yīribu n inan — thigh, upper leg;
  • yiséŋ, -ŋ- v — be bitter;
  • yisiénis, -iS- n an — toxin;
  • yisiéŋab, -aB- n inan — bitterness;
  • yīwo, -oB- n inan — rise, increase;
  • yiwoú v — go down, descend;
  • yiwoŵí v — be volatile;
  • yiwūgu v — be pregnant;
  • yiwūguna n inan — fetus;
  • yiwūŋi v — want;
  • yiwuó n an — month;
  • yīyeb, -iB- n inan — disease, illness;
  • yiyém, -m- v — be straight;
  • yiyená v — sing, create poetry;
  • yiyenána n inan — song;
  • yiyēra v — be expensive;
  • yiyēŷi v — trade, exchange;
  • yiyēyina v — be more than;
  • yiyēŷina n inan — wealth, possession;
  • yiyí, -iY- v — hollow something;
  • yīyi v — be sick;
  • yiyiá v — be powdered;
  • yiyié, -eY- v — be frozen;
  • yiyimé v — be lethally wounded;
  • yiyín, -n- v — be enslaved;
  • yizeá n an — enemy;
  • yīzem, -ŵ- n inan — ribbon, strip;
  • yizímu n inan — yarn, thread;
  • yizín, -n- n inan — thread;