Ray Tyuwey Išup/Lexicon

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The following is a lexicon of Ray Tyuwey Išup.

Part of Speech Abbreviations:

  • adj. - adjective
  • adv. - adverb
  • conj. - conjunction
  • dem. - demonstrative
  • int. - interjection
  • n. an. - animate noun
  • n. hu. - human noun
  • n. in. - inanimate noun
  • num. - numeral
  • pre. - preposition
  • pron. - pronoun
  • qtf. - indefinite quantifier
  • vi. - intransitive verb
  • vt. - monotransitive verb


Vocabulary

RTI IPA PoS gloss Irregular Forms
acam [ʔaˈt̪s̪am] n. an. salmon
ačey [ʔaˈtʃej] vt. reflect
ahak [ʔaˈhak] n. an. eagle
aheš [ʔaˈhɛʃ] n. an. wolf
[ʔaɲ] vi. be right, guess correctly
ar [ʔar] vt. want
[ʔaʃ] vi. return, come back
ca [t̪s̪a] n. an. hawk
cačee [t̪s̪aˈtʃɛː] n. an. eel
cačetray [t̪s̪atʃɛˈʈaj] n. an. catfish
cal [t̪s̪al] n. an. bear
caw [t̪s̪aw] adj. warm
ce [t̪s̪ɛ] n. an. heron
cee [t̪s̪ɛː] vi. stay, remain; dwell
ceenow [ˈt̪s̪ɛːnow] n. in. coast (of the ocean)
cen [t̪s̪ɛn] vt. judge, conclude, decide
cey [t̪s̪ej] vt. agree
cii [t̪s̪iː] n. an. face
cii [t̪s̪iː] vi. depart, leave, go away (from speaker)
ča [tʃa] n. an. frog
ča [tʃa] n. in. basket
ča [tʃa] vt. request
čahee [tʃaˈhɛː] n. an. goose
čay [tʃaj] n. an. bird
čay [tʃaj] vi. depart, leave, go away (from listener)
čee [tʃɛː] n. an. snake
čee [tʃɛː] n. in. weapon
čey [tʃej] vi. itch
čeyhaw [tʃejˈhaw] n. hu. twin
či [tʃi] adj. soft
čičey [tʃɪˈtʃej] vt. imagine
čiči [tʃɪˈtʃi] adj. hollow
čiču [tʃɪˈtʃu] vt. destroy
čihek [tʃɪˈhɛk] n. in. bread (loaf of) pl. čihak
čihu [tʃɪˈhu] adj. near, nearby, neighboring
čihyow [tʃɪhˈʝow] adj. blind
čily [tʃiʎ] adj. visible, obvious
čin [tʃin] n. in. meat, flesh
činey [tʃɪˈnej] adj. fragrant, good-smelling
činuu [tʃɪˈnuː] adj. matching, complimentary, equivalent
čiň [tʃiɲ] n. an. cat
čiň [tʃiɲ] vt. waste
čiňey [tʃɪˈɲej] adj. bright, white
čiňii [tʃɪˈɲiː] adj. different, other
čiray [tʃɪˈraj] vt. distribute, share
čirow [tʃɪˈrow] adj. dry, barren
čiruu [tʃɪˈruː] n. in. room (in a house)
čis [tʃis̪] n. an. bone
čis [tʃis̪] n. in. frost
čis [tʃis̪] vt. drink
čisiňi [tʃɪs̪ɪˈɲi] adj. sticky
čiš [tʃiʃ] n. an. ram, buck, male horned animal
čiš [tʃiʃ] vt. play (music)
čiša [tʃɪˈʃa] adj. diligent, hardworking, busy
čitak [tʃɪˈt̪ak] adj. heavy, solid
čite [tʃɪˈt̪e] n. in. log pl. čitra
čitey [tʃɪˈt̪ej] adj. full
čitrey [tʃɪˈʈej] vt. disagree
čitrul [tʃɪˈʈul] n. an. squid
čitruu [tʃɪˈʈuː] n. in. beach, shore
čityee [tʃɪˈcɛː] adj. wet, damp
čo [tʃɔ] vt. touch, come into contact with
čosom [tʃɔˈs̪ɔm] n. an. firefly
čošiň [tʃɔˈʃiɲ] n. an. pig
čow [tʃow] n. in. thunder
čow [tʃow] vt. sew
ču [tʃu] n. an. hip
ču [tʃu] vt. break
čucal [tʃʊˈt̪s̪al] adj. bad, incorrect
čumiš [tʃʊˈmiʃ] adj. invisible, hidden, secret
čumoo [tʃʊˈmɔː] adj. common, commonplace
čun [tʃun] vt. raid, rob
čuň [tʃuɲ] vt. struggle (with)
čuu [tʃuː] n. an. leg
čuu [tʃuː] vi. sit
čuwa [tʃʊˈβa] adj. dead
čuwir [tʃʊˈβir] adj. beautiful, handsome, pretty
e [ʔɛ] conj. or
ee [ʔɛː] n. in. root
eehiš [ˈʔɛːhɪʃ] n. an. ankle
eeši [ˈʔɛːʃɪ] n. in. gypsum
ešu [ʔɛˈʃu] n. in. wall, fence
ey [ʔej] n. in. pot, vessel
ey [ʔej] adj. short
ey [ʔej] vt. chew
ey [ʔej] vt. drip on (of liquids), shine on (of light)
ha [ha] n. hu. sister
hačuu [haˈtʃuː] n. an. dog
hal [hal] vi. pray
haň [haɲ] adj. true, right
haš [haʃ] n. an. animal, creature
hay [haj] n. in. word, utterance
he [hɛ] n. an. mouse
he [hɛː] n. an. moon
hek [hɛk] vt. finish, complete
hen [hɛn] n. in. ash(es)
henet [hɛˈnɛt̪] n. an. warband, war party, gang
heň [hɛɲ] n. in. fact
her [hɛr] vt. ask, question
hey [hej] n. in. lung
hey [hej] vt. be perpendicular to
heykip [hejˈkip] n. in. string, thread, line (for fishing, etc.)
heyruu [hejˈruː] n. in. order(s), command(s), instruction(s)
heywow [hejˈβow] n. hu. widow, widower
hi [hi] adj. round, curved, bent
hi [hi] n. in. clay
hica [hɪˈt̪s̪a] vt. improve, make perfect
hičun [hɪˈtʃun] n. in. spoils, loot, stolen goods
hihaw [hɪˈhaw] n. in. waterlogged soil, marshland
hihii [hɪˈhiː] n. in. game, sport
hihir [hɪˈhir] n. in. dance
hihišiň [hɪhɪˈʃiɲ] n. an. piglet
hihitra [hɪhɪˈʈa] n. in. sign, omen, portent, vision
hihoy [hɪˈhoj] n. in. source, origin
hihuwo [hɪhʊˈβo] n. in. ladder
hihwi [hɪhˈβi] adj. burnt, charred; black
hii [hiː] n. in. fight, brawl
hii [hiː] vt. feel, sense
hikey [hɪˈkej] vt. pilot, navigate (a boat or raft)
hikuu [hɪˈkuː] vt. scream at
hil [hil] n. in. bow pl. hul
hilowka [hɪlowˈka] n. in. earwax
hilut [hɪˈlut̪] n. in. sand
hily [hiʎ] n. an. torso, trunk of the body
hily [hiʎ] vt. meet
hilyey [hɪˈʎej] n. in. duty, responsibility, task
hilyuu [hɪˈʎuː] n. in. scent, smell
him [him] n. in. battle, skirmish
hinar [hiˈnar] n. in. grass (collective)
hiner [hiˈnɛr] n. in. blade of grass, straw
hinuk [hɪˈnuk] adj. empty
hiň [hiɲ] n. an. jaw, chin
hiňi [hɪˈɲi] n. in. warning, sign of danger
hiňor [hiˈɲɔr] n. in. man-made image, work of art
hip [hip] vt. realize, become aware of
hip [hip] vt. pierce, penetrate
hipu [hɪˈpu] n. in. window
hireca [hɪrɛˈt̪s̪a] n. in. willow tree
hiree [hɪˈrɛː] adj. dear, valuable, precious
hirek [hɪˈrɛk] n. in. end, ending, culmination
hiri [hɪˈri] n. in. amount, quantity, measure
hirii [hɪˈriː] vt. demand
hiro [hɪˈrɔ] vt. chase, pursue
hiru [hɪˈru] vt. wait
his [his̪] n. in. shooting star pl. het
hiset [hɪˈs̪ɛt̪] n. in. corral, barn, shelter for animals pl. hitet
hisi [hɪˈs̪i] n. in. poplar tree pl. husi
hisil [hɪˈs̪il] n. in. square, square shaped object pl. hičil
hiš [hiʃ] n. in. type, kind, quality
hišal [hɪˈʃal] vt. beg (for)
hišee [hɪˈʃɛː] n. in. moonflower pl. hošee
hišil [hɪˈʃil] n. in. center, middle
hišum [hɪˈʃum] n. in. piece of food, meal see also tyi
hišup [hɪˈʃup] n. an. cockroach
hišwii [hɪʃˈβiː] n. in. lie, trick, stratagem
hit [hit̪] n. hu. warrior
hitral [hɪˈʈal] vi. fly
hitrat [hɪˈʈat̪] n. in. storehouse, granary
hitree [hɪˈʈɛː] n. in. flour, ground grains or nuts
hitrip [hɪˈʈip] n. in. enmity, conflict
hitrit [hɪˈʈit̪] n. in. argument, disagreement
hitrwoo [hɪɖˈβɔː] vt. teach (something)
hityip [hɪˈcip] vt. go through, pass through
hiwi [hɪˈβi] n. in. cloak
hiwi [hɪˈβi] vt. burn
hiwiň [hɪˈβiɲ] n. in. sacrifice
hiwow [hɪˈβow] n. in. liquid, fluid
hiwuu [hɪˈβuː] n. in. song
hiyey [hɪˈʝej] n. in. music
hiyi [hɪˈʝi] n. in. bitter vetch
hiyo [hɪˈʝɔ] n. in. broad bean
ho [hɔ] n. hu. brother
hocan [hɔˈt̪s̪an] n. an. carp
hol [hɔl] vt. pour, strew
hom [hɔm] n. an. tongue
honet [hɔˈnɛt̪] n. in. army (collection of warbands)
hop [hɔp] n. in. path, trail, way
hor [hɔr] n. an. wasp
hor [hɔr] vi. fall
hottyo [hɔcˈcʰɔ] n. in. scale (of an animal)
how [how] n. in. soap
how [how] vt. melt
hoy [hoj] vt. slap
hu [hu] n. in. pan
hu [hu] vi. stand
hučaw [hʊˈtʃaw] n. in. trap, snare pl. hučuu
huko [hʊˈkɔ] n. in. counting beans (collective)
hušiš [hʊˈʃiʃ] n. in. musical instrument pl. hučiš
huliň [hʊˈliɲ] vt. consider
hum [hum] n. an. cheek
hume [hʊˈmɛ] n. in. wild herb or bush pl. huma
humi [hʊˈmi] n. in. crop (collective)
hunal [hʊˈnal] vt. join, participate, partake in
huno [hʊˈnɔ] vt. put, place
huň [huɲ] n. in. pond, small lake
hup [hup] vt. punch
hur [hur] vi. act as a guide, be a guide
huš [huʃ] n. an. insect, beetle
hut [hut̪] n. in. gill
hut [hut̪] vi. forage, be a forager
hutaw [hʊˈt̪aw] n. in. knife
huu [huː] n. hu. ancestor
huu [huː] n. in. shadow, shade
huu [huː] vt. smell, perceive a scent
huur [huːr] vt. harvest, collect
huwo [hʊˈβɔ] vi. go up, ascend, climb
i [ʔi] adj. previous, preceding
iče [ʔɪˈtʃɛ] n. in. colon, rectum, bowel, large intestine
ihak [ʔɪˈhak] n. an. sacrificial animal
iher [ʔɪˈhɛr] n. in. edge, side, border pl. ihar
ihi [ʔɪˈhi] n. in. web
ihi [ʔɪˈhi] vi. urinate
ii [ʔiː] vt. fight
iihey [ˈʔiːhej] n. in oar
iikat [ˈʔiːɣat̪] n. in travois, sledge
iiši [ˈʔiːʃi] n. in glue, any adhesive
iitišor [ˈʔiːd̪ɪʃɪ] n. in steering oar
ikwa [ʔɪgˈβa] vt. reach, arrive at
il [ʔil] vt. intend
ily [ʔiʎ] vt. see
ilyeehee [ʔɪʎɛːˈhɛː] n. in. pear tree sg. ileehee
ilyeyhi [ʔɪʎejˈhi] n. in. blanket
iňey [ʔɪˈɲej] vi. shine
iňwiyaw [ʔɪɲwɪˈʝaw] n. in. shirt
iňwo [ʔɪɲˈβɔ] n. in. ford, river crossing
ip [ʔip] vt. praise
ipuu [ʔɪˈpuː] n. in. hammer
ir [ʔir] n. in. feeling (tactile), texture
ireetriš [ʔɪˈrɛːɖɪʃ] n. in. ornament, piece of jewelry
ireetrum [ʔɪˈrɛːɖʊm] n. in. finger ring
ireetyi [ʔɪˈrɛːɟɪ] n. in. necklace
ireetyir [ʔɪˈrɛːɟɪr] n. in. armband
iruwiš [ʔɪrʊˈβiʃ] n. in. knot
[ʔiʃ] n. in. fang, animal tooth
išey [ʔɪˈʃej] n. in. guts, entrails
itaw [ʔɪˈt̪aw] n. in. wine
itrap [ʔɪˈʈap] adj. light (not heavy); inadequate, meager
itrip [ʔɪˈʈip] vt. complain about, protest
itrwii [ʔɪɖˈβiː] n. in. courage, bravery, vigor, strength
itrwoo [ʔɪɖˈβɔː] vt. prove
ityiš [ʔɪˈciʃ] n. in. triangle, triangular object
iyii [ʔɪˈʝiː] vi. thirst, be thirsty
ka [kʰa] n. an. ear
kal [kʰal] vt. give in trade, offer in trade
kat [kʰat̪] vt. bear, carry
kat [kʰaj] n. in. bowl
ke [kʰɛ] vt. hit
kee [kʰɛː] vi. walk
ki [kʰi] n. in. ash tree pl. ko
kihe [kʰɪˈhɛ] n. in. shoe pl. kiho
kikol [kʰɪˈkɔl] vt. lie, tell a lie to
kikor [kʰɪˈkɔr] vt. respect
kil [kʰil] adj. middle, central
kilaw [kʰɪˈlaw] n. in. illness, disease
kira [kʰɪˈra] n. an. crow
kitrum [kʰɪˈʈum] vi. fast, abstain from eating
ko [kʰɔ] adj. last, final
ko [kʰɔ] vt. count
kor [kʰɔr] vi. listen
ku [kʰu] n. in. sound, noise
kuk [kʰuk] vt. kick
kum [kʰum] vt. eat
kuu [kʰuː] n. in. hole, cavity, cave
kuu [kʰuː] vt. seize, take over, conquer, take by force
la [la] n. in. limestone
la [la] adj. female, feminine
le [lɛ] n. an. dove, pigeon
lee [lɛː] vi. laugh
leň [lɛɲ] vi. smile
let [lɛt̪] n. in. beech tree pl. lat
let [lɛt̪] vt. practice, learn
lihi [lɪˈhi] n. in. filth, dirt, grime
lii [liː] n. in. drop (small quantity of liquid) pl. lee
lin [lin] n. in. oil, grease, fat
liňily [lɪˈɲiʎ] vi. be afraid
lišil [lɪˈʃil] vt. examine, inspect, investigate, study
lit [lit̪] n. in. ball pl. lot
litruu [lɪˈʈuː] n. in. size
lo [lɔ] vi. come, approach (towards somewhere other than speaker or listener)
lu [lu] vt. block, hinder, keep out
luk [luk] vi. be rough, become rough (of a body of water)
lum [lum] adj. broad, wide, thick
lup [lup] n. an. toe
lyee [ʎɛː] adj. new, young, early
lyey [ʎej] vi. lie, recline
lyi [ʎi] vt. pull
lyiš [ʎiʃ] n. in. cloth, fabric
ma [ma] n. hu. father
ma [ma] vi. come, approach (towards listener)
mača [maˈtʃa] n. an. ray (animal)
mam [mam] vi. stop, halt, cease, end
mat [mat̪] n. in. village
maw [maw] n. an. horn (of an animal)
may [maj] n. in. semen
mel [mɛl] adj. yellow, green
meyňey [mejˈɲej] n. in. fetching (of an arrow)
mii [miː] n. in. seed
mii [miː] vt. plot, conspire, scheme
mir [mir] vt. hint, suggest
miwak [mɪˈβak] n. in. (piece of) flint pl. muwak
momo [mɔˈmɔ] n. hu. baby, infant
mow [mow] adj. good, correct
mowhee [mowˈhɛː] n. in. new moon
mu [mu] vt. castrate
mul [mul] n. an. hand
munow [mʊˈnow] vt. fix, repair
muňir [mʊˈɲir] n. an. bull
mut [mut̪] vt. be exchanged for, switch with
muu [muː] adj. small, weak
muwin [mʊˈβin] n. an. penis
muwuu [mʊˈβuː] n. in. roof
na [na] n. hu. mother
nal [nal] vt. celebrate
nen [nɛn] n. in. name pl. nan
neš [nɛʃ] n. in. candle pl. naš
nik [nik] vt. extinguish
ninu [nɪˈnu] vt. admit, confess
niru [nɪˈɾu] n. an. shark
niyi [nɪˈʝi] n. an. midden, waste collection area nuyi
nur [nur] vt. inherit
nuu [nuː] vt. match, be identical to, be the same as
ňa [ɲa] n. an. magpie
ňal [ɲal] n. an. chick, baby bird
ňan [ɲan] vi. bear a child, give birth, be in labor
ňe [ɲɛ] n. an. eye
ňee [ɲɛː] vi. suffer, be in pain
ňel [ɲɛl] n. in. branch (of a tree) pl. ňal
ňey [ɲej] n. an. nose
ňey [ɲej] n. in. drum
ňeypuu [ɲejˈpuː] n. an. head
ňi [ɲi] n. an. womb, uterus
ňičup [ɲɪˈtʃup] vi. stink
ňii [ɲiː] n. in. house
ňiňi [ɲɪˈɲi] n. in. rowan tree pl. ňiňe
ňir [ɲir] adj. red, orange
ňitroš [ɲɪˈʈɔʃ] vt. hunt, track
ňo [ɲɔ] vt. fail (to do something)
ňow [ɲow] adj. open
ňow [ɲow] n. in. door, gate
ňu [ɲu] adj. far, faraway, distant
ňul [ɲul] adj. blue
ňup [ɲup] vi. smell, emit an odor
ňut [ɲut̪] n. in. feud, rivalry, vendetta
ňuu [ɲuː] n. an. belly, abdomen
ňuuweš [ˈɲuːβɛʃ] n. in. grave
o [ʔɔ] conj. and
ol [ʔɔl] vi. calm, become calm (of a body of water)
oomol [ˈʔɔːmɔl] n. an. knuckle
oomuu [ʔɔːˈmuː] n. in. legume, vegetable pl. oomanuu
oowooňe [ˈʔɔːwɔːɲɛ] n. an. menstruation
ow [ʔow] vi. slip, slide
pa [pʰa] n. hu. grandfather
pa [pʰa] vi. go down (deliberately), descend, dive
pa [pʰa] vt. be similar to, be like, resemble
pak [pʰak] vt. kill
pat [pʰat̪] vt. kiss
pay [pʰaj] vt. depart, leave, go away (from somewhere other than speaker or listener)
pe [pʰɛ] adj. male, masculine
pe [pʰɛ] n. in. beer
pecat [pɛˈt̪s̪at̪] n. in. aster (a type of flower) pl. pacat
peň [pʰɛɲ] vt. thank
pet [pʰɛt̪] n. in. egg pl. šat
pet [pʰɛt̪] n. in. star pl. pat
pey [pʰej] vt. like
pi [pʰi] n. in. nut pl. pu
pi [pʰi] vi. grow
pi [pʰi] vt. go between, pass between, be between
pii [pʰiː] n. hu. friend
pii [pʰiː] vi. jump, leap
pii [pʰiː] vt. bake
piiš [pʰiːʃ] vt. receive in trade
piň [pʰiɲ] n. in. oak tree
piš [pʰiʃ] n. in. feather pl. puk
po [pʰɔ] vt. cover, conceal, hide
poo [pʰɔː] adj. long
poo [pʰɔː] n. in. dough
por [pʰɔr] n. in. part, piece
pošuu [pɔˈʃuː] n. an. lion
pot [pʰɔt̪] vt. give freely, give as a gift
pow [pʰow] adj. tall
pow [pʰow] n. in. fate, destiny, luck
pow [pʰow] vt. be diagonal to
pu [pʰu] vt. change
pul [pʰul] adj. closed, sealed
pum [pʰum] vt. be parallel to
pumow [pʊˈmow] vt. wash, clean, clean up
pupa [pʊˈpa] n. hu. maternal uncle
pupa [pʊˈpa] vt. paddle, row (a boat or raft)
pupeš [pʊˈpɛʃ] vt. refuse, deny
pupey [pʊˈpej] vt. love
pupuu [pʊˈpuː] vt. discover, invent
pur [pʰur] vt. wage, conduct, venture, attempt
pusiš [pʊˈs̪iʃ] n. in. lily pl. poseš
puso [pʊˈs̪ɔ] n. in. stick pl. pučo
puš [pʰuʃ] n. in. valley pl. poš
putreš [pʊˈʈɛʃ] n. hu. soul, spirit
puu [pʰuː] n. in. hat, helmet
puu [pʰuː] vt. find
puum [pʰuːm] n. in. rash, acne, any visable skin condition
puyel [pʊˈʝɛl] n. hu. enemy, rival
racar [raˈt̪s̪ar] n. in. mushroom
rama [raˈma] n. hu. paternal aunt
rarašuu [raraˈʃuː] n. an. puppy
raš [raʃ] n. an. mare (female horse)
raš [raʃ] vt. wish
rataš [raˈt̪aʃ] n. an. foal (young horse)
ray [raj] n. in. juice, sap
re [rɛ] vt. lack, miss, be without
rek [rɛk] vi. win, be victorious
rem [rɛm] n. an. newt
rem [rɛm] vt. own, possess
rep [rɛp] n. hu. son, boy
ret [rɛt̪] n. an. kitten
rey [rej] vi. become content, be fulfilled
reymul [rejˈmul] n. an. wrist
reyšey [rejˈʃej] n. an. waist
rihir [rɪˈhir] n. in. bronze, metal in general
riče [rɪˈtʃɛ] vi. float (in a passive manner)
ricey [rɪˈt̪s̪ej] vt. convince, persuade
rii [riː] n. in. circle, circular object
rinur [rɪˈnur] n. in. clan, lineage, extended family
riň [riɲ] n. an. cow
rip [rip] n. in. salt
rirey [rɪˈrej] n. an. kid (young goat)
ririň [rɪˈriɲ] n. an. calf (young bovine)
riritru [rɪrɪˈʈu] vt. curse
riru [rɪˈru] vt. bless
ris [ris̪] n. in. human tooth pl. rit
riš [riʃ] vi. flow, blow (of fluids)
riša [rɪˈʃa] n. an. tiger
ritris [rɪˈʈis̪] vt. attack
riyetyir [rɪjɛˈcir] n. an. elbow
rol [rɔl] vi. cry, scream
roň [rɔɲ] n. hu. daughter, girl
roro [rɔˈrɔ] n. an. seagull
row [row] n. an. fox
ru [ru] adj. big, large
ru [ru] vt. push
rucii [rʊˈt̪s̪iː] n. hu. king, chief, patriarch
ručuu [rʊˈtʃuː] n. in. shield
ruhee [rʊˈhɛː] n. in. full moon
ruka [rʊˈka] n. an. raven
rukii [rʊˈkiː] n. in. cask, barrel
rum [rum] vt. roast
ruma [rʊˈma] n. in. garden
rumet [rʊˈmɛt̪] n. in. fortress, fortified settlement
rurihir [rʊrɪˈhir] n. in. silver
rušiš [rʊˈʃiʃ] n. hu. queen, matriarch
rut [rut̪] vi. serve, be a servant
rutee [rʊˈt̪ɛː] n. in. oath, pledge
rutruň [rʊˈʈuɲ] n. in. lagoon
ruu [ruː] vt. recite, tell (a story)
ruuhum [ˈruːhʊm] n. in. winter
ruuňir [ˈruːɲɪr] n. in. autumn
ruupi [ˈruːbɪ] n. in. spring
ruwičii [rʊwɪˈtʃiː] n. in. mask
sa [s̪a] n. an. fist
se [s̪ɛ] n. in. bridge
sem [s̪ɛm] n. in. event
sep [s̪ɛp] vt. spill
ser [s̪ɛr] n. in. coal (piece of) pl. ter
sey [s̪ej] n. in. blister pl. cey
si [s̪i] n. in. turnip
sil [s̪il] n. in. mud
siyey [s̪ɪˈʝej] vi. rise, stand (up)
ša [ʃa] vi. work
šahat [ʃaˈhat̪] n. an. duck
šahoš [ʃaˈhɔʃ] n. in. pine tree pl. trahoš
šak [ʃak] vt. keep, retain, store
šal [ʃal] adj. cold
šan [ʃan] n. hu. child
šaš [ʃaʃ] n. in. mortar (grinding tool) pl. čaš
šeš [ʃɛʃ] n. an. flea
šey [ʃej] vi. defecate
ši [ʃi] n. in. mountain
ši [ʃi] vt. sculpt, mold, join together
šil [ʃil] vt. watch, look at
šim [ʃim] n. in. chalk
šip [ʃip] adj. narrow, thin
šis [ʃis̪] n. in. soup, stew
šiš [ʃiʃ] n. hu. woman, wife
šitru [ʃɪˈʈu] vt. loosen, untie
šo [ʃɔ] vt. reply, respond
šo [ʃɔ] vt. get, receive
šowuu [ʃɔˈβuː] n. in. well, spring pl. čowuu
šu [ʃu] n. in. axe
šu [ʃu] vt. bind, tie
šum [ʃum] n. in. festival
šup [ʃup] n. an. snail
šur [ʃur] vt. dance
šuyan [ʃʊˈjan] n. hu. orphan
ta [t̪ʰa] n. an. earlobe
tak [t̪ʰak] vt. fry
tak [t̪ʰak] vt. take, remove, take away
tat [t̪ʰat̪] n. an. rabbit, hare
taw [t̪ʰaw] n. in. vineyard
taw [t̪ʰaw] vt. cut
tay [t̪ʰaj] n. in. pestle
te [t̪ʰɛ] n. an. tail
tel [t̪ʰɛl] n. in. altar, ritual place pl. tral
ter [t̪ʰɛr] n. an. thumb
teš [t̪ʰɛʃ] vi. move around, wander
tet [t̪ʰɛt̪] n. in. copper
tetruheš [t̪ɛɖʊˈhɛʃ] n. in. gold
tey [t̪ʰej] n. in. thing
teyluu [t̪ejˈluː] n. in. tradition, rule, law, requirement
ti [t̪ʰi] conj. but
tihel [t̪ɪˈhɛl] n. in. leaf pl. tihal
tii [t̪ʰiː] n. an. knee
tii [t̪ʰiː] vt. play (a game)
til [t̪ʰil] n. an. bat
til [t̪ʰil] n. in. brick
tišor [t̪ɪˈʃɔr] vt. command (people), herd (animals), control
tišuu [t̪ɪˈʃuː] vt. capture, take hostage
titak [t̪ɪˈt̪ak] vt. separate, disconnect
titey [t̪ɪˈt̪ej] vt. be full of
titra [t̪ɪˈʈa] vt. plow (a piece of land)
titray [t̪ɪˈʈaj] vt. declare, announce
titri [t̪ɪˈʈi] vt. try, strive (to do something)
titriňip [t̪ɪɖɪˈɲip] vt. commit incest with
tityey [t̪ɪˈcej] n. an. lamb
tow [t̪ʰow] n. in. hair
tum [t̪ʰum] n. an. finger
tra [ʈʰa] n. an. lizard
tra [ʈʰa] n. hu. grandmother
tra [ʈʰa] vt. bite
tra [ʈʰa] vt. dig up, dig for
tračee [ʈaˈtʃɛː] n. an. worm
traň [ʈʰaɲ] vt. talk to, chat with
trar [ʈʰar] n. in. butter
trat [ʈʰat̪] vt. look forward to, be excited for
traw [ʈʰaw] n. hu. man, husband
tray [ʈʰaj] vt. say, speak (something)
tree [ʈʰɛː] vt. grind, mill
trey [ʈʰej] vt. doubt
tri [ʈʰi] n. an. scorpion
trii [ʈʰiː] n. an. spine, backbone
trip [ʈʰip] vt. offend, insult
trirer [ʈɪˈrɛr] n. an. fly
triru [ʈɪˈru] adj. holy, sacred, blessed
tris [ʈʰis̪] vt. shake
triš [ʈʰiʃ] vt. steal
trit [ʈʰit̪] vt. argue with
tritriš [ʈɪˈʈiʃ] vt. pillage, sack
tro [ʈʰɔ] vi. understand
trok [ʈʰɔk] vi. hunt, go hunting, be a hunter
tror [ʈʰɔr] vt. paint, dye, color
troš [ʈʰɔʃ] n. in. wood (material)
trot [ʈʰɔt̪] n. in. pants, trousers (pair of)
trow [ʈʰow] n. an. chest
tru [ʈʰu] adj. strong, powerful
tru [ʈʰu] n. in. poison
trum [ʈʰum] n. an. monkey
trumu [ʈʊˈmu] vi. swim, tread water
trumuu [ʈʊˈmuː] vt. cross
truna [ʈʊˈna] vt. make, create
truney [ʈʊˈnej] vt. fill
truni [ʈʊˈni] vt. explain
truň [ʈʰuɲ] vi. vomit
trup [ʈʰup] n. an. heart
trusil [ʈʊˈs̪il] n. in. scum (organic film on the surface of water), algae
truš [ʈʰuʃ] vt. know (facts, how to do something)
truu [ʈʰuː] n. in. land
truu [ʈʰuː] vt. start, begin
truuk [ʈʰuːk] n. an. stallion (male horse)
truyi [ʈʊˈʝi] n. in. dung, feces
tyey [cʰej] n. an. sheep
tyey [cʰej] n. hu. person, human being
tyey [cʰej] n. in. wool
tyey [cʰej] vt. believe
tyi [cʰi] vi. come, approach (towards speaker)
tyiň [cʰiɲ] n. in. beard
tyip [cʰip] n. in. tent
tyir [cʰir] n. an. arm
tyir [cʰir] vi. sink
tyiruu [cɪˈruː] n. in. island
tyis [cʰis̪] n. in. petal
tyiš [cʰiʃ] n. an. foot
tyiyaw [cɪˈʝaw] n. in. grape
uk [ʔuk] vt. confuse
ul [ʔul] vt. worry about
ulyeyňey [ʔʊʎejˈɲej] n. in. arrow
ulyeytrey [ʔʊʎejˈʈej] n. in. spear
um [ʔum] adj. old, late
[ʔuɲ] n. an. squirrel
[ʔuɲ] vt. help, assist
up [ʔup] vt. hear
upuu [ʔuˈpuː] vt. pass, move past, move beyond
ur [ʔur] vi. breathe
utrey [ʔʊˈʈej] vt. defeat (in a competition or fight)
utri [ʔʊˈʈi] vt. commit
uu [ʔuː] n. in. water
uu [ʔuː] vt. swallow
uuhur [ˈʔuːhʊr] n. hu. leader
uuňii [ʔuːˈɲiː] n. hu. stranger, foreigner
uušey [ˈʔuːʃej] n. in. bile
uušuu [ʔuːˈʃuː] n. hu. captive, prisoner
uutroš [ˈʔuːɖɔʃ] n. hu. hunter
uutruš [ˈʔuːɖʊʃ] n. hu. priest
uwer [ʔʊˈβɛr] vt. forget
uwuunow [ʔʊˈβuːnow] n. in. the world, Akana
wa [βa] n. an. breast
wa [βa] vt. deserve
wačee [waˈtʃɛː] n. an. turtle
wak [βak] n. in. (piece of) stone, rock
wan [βan] vi. become tired, tire out
wanol [waˈnɔl] n. in. apple tree
waň [βaɲ] vt. hurt, wound, injure, harm
war [βar] vi. get ready, be prepared
wašwey [waʃˈβej] n. in. arrowhead, spearhead
waw [βaw] n. in. beehive
way [βaj] n. in. grain, wheat
we [βɛ] vt. tell, say toward
wee [βɛː] n. an. lip; (pl) mouth
wer [βɛr] vt. lose, misplace
weš [βɛʃ] n. hu. god
weše [wɛˈʃɛ] n. an. cricket, grasshopper
wey [βej] n. an. fish
wi [βi] n. in. dew
wi [βi] vt. hold, grasp
wihwaw [wɪhˈβaw] n. in. shell (of a turtle, etc.)
wii [βiː] n. in. air, wind, sky, weather
wii [βiː] vt. beseech, pray to
wiň [βiɲ] vi. look, look around
wis [βis̪] n. in. stalk, stem, shaft
wiš [βiʃ] n. in. rope
wiš [βiʃ] vi. turn around
witrop [wɪˈʈɔp] vi. hunger, become hungry
wiyot [wɪˈʝɔt̪] n. it. kidney
wo [βɔ] vt. forbid, ban
wol [βɔl] vt. knead
woo [βɔː] n. in. earth, soil
woo [βɔː] vt. protect, guard
wootriš [ˈβɔːɖɪʃ] n. in. crystal
wor [βɔr] n. in. blood
wow [βow] n. an. deer
wow [βow] vi. live
wu [βu] adj. hard
wucee [wʊˈt̪s̪ɛː] n. in. bay
wucen [wʊˈt̪s̪ɛn] n. in. decision
wuča [wʊˈtʃa] n. an. elephant
wučat [wʊˈtʃat̪] n. in. color
wul [βul] n. in. apple pl. ul
wulwey [wʊlˈβej] n. in. bark (of a tree)
wupiš [wʊˈpiʃ] vt. turn, rotate
wupyee [wʊbˈʝɛː] n. in. nest (of birds) pl . wupoo
wurii [wʊˈriː] vt. have sex with
wut [βut̪] n. in. oven, hearth pl. yot
wutii [wʊˈt̪iː] n. in. fingernail
wuum [βuːm] n. an. skin
ya [ʝa] n. in. milk
ya [ʝa] vi. give a greeting, say goodbye
yar [ʝar] n. in. boat pl. yanar
yap [ʝap] n. an. owl
yaš [ʝaʃ] n. an. throat
yay [ʝaj] vt. seek, look for
ye [ʝɛ] vt. bend
yee [ʝɛː] adj. next
yee [ʝɛː] n. in. plain, grassland, dry lowlands
yeň [ʝɛɲ] vi. sleep
yet [ʝɛt̪] n. in. nipple, teat pl. yat
yet [ʝɛt̪] vt. think about, reflect on, consider, assume
yettyum [jɛcˈcʰum] vi. wake up
yi’ily [jɪˈʔiʎ] vt. notice, take note of
yicaw [jɪˈt̪s̪aw] vt. cook
yihu [jɪˈhu] vi. stand up (from sitting or lying)
yihut [jɪˈhut̪] vt. gather berries, pick berries
yii [ʝiː] n. an. whale
yiň [ʝiɲ] n. in. bed pl. yeň
yirii [jɪˈriː] n. an. vagina
yiša [jɪˈʃa] vt. succeed (at doing something)
yišat [jɪˈʃat̪] n. in. flaw, stain, blemish
yityir [jɪˈcir] vi. die
yiyicaw [jɪjɪˈt̪s̪aw] vt. boil
yo [ʝɔ] n. in. rapids (of a river)
yo [ʝɔ] vt. wear (clothes)
yow [ʝow] n. in. strawberry
yum [ʝum] vi. become old
yunuk [jʊˈnuk] vt. empty
yupi [jʊˈpi] vi. grow up, become an adult (of human and animate subjects)
yur [ʝur] n. in. seaweed
yuu [ʝuː] adj. deep
yuu [ʝuː] n. in. flower
yuuhee [juːˈhɛː] n. in. pear
yuuyar [juːˈʝar] n. in. landing (for ships), mooring