Akawaio-English Dictionary


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awɨrɨ postp 1during, with aworon pe teꞌsan those who are with him 2through Paarʉ mɨrɨ awonsiꞌkɨ Sairas utɨꞌpʉ Anꞌpiꞌpores mɨrɨ awonsiꞌkɨ Aꞌporoniya pata ton awɨrɨ. Paul and Silas went through Amphipolis and Apollonia places.
awɨron (attrib.) n
awɨron (attrib. of awɨrɨ) n
awoino n a traditional variety of necklace
awon n leader tanporon kon pata awon all the leaders
awonsiꞌkɨ 1conj and . . ., mɨrɨ awonsiꞌkɨ, . . . . . ., and . . . 2postp from Aqaba awonsiꞌkɨ iyeꞌsaꞌ mɨrɨ. He has come from Aqaba. syn: ponsiꞌkɨ .
aꞌwoꞌpʉ (poss: ayaꞌwoꞌpʉrʉʉi) n a rotting tree trunk, standing or fallen
ay- phon. var. of a-
aya (poss: ayarii) n root used to poison fish
ayan (poss: ɨyiwɨ) n louse Pulex capitus
ayannʉꞌ nom chigger-infested; to have plenty chiggers Kitata iꞌmoi ansaꞌ auya yau, ayannʉꞌ pe ɨwesi, tawon nan kamoro. If you eat grasshopper eggs, you will become chigger-infested, so they say.
aꞌyau var. of aꞌkiyau
aꞌyaupɨ n (non-possessed) a variety of bitter cassava