akonoma₁ vt offer, as in an item of food or drink, to a visitor Nakonomakapʉi kanan. He offered him (drink) again.
akonoma₂ vt 1beat, hit Mɨrɨpan akonomapɨtʉꞌpʉ inoꞌpʉ uya. And his wife beat him. 2punish
akonta n neighbour; not close family relations
aꞌkoro vt 1dam, usually damming a stream to catch fish Maꞌ aꞌkoro uya. I am blocking (the stream with) a ma'. maꞌ aꞌkonin one who blocks a creek with a ma' 2block Toꞌ uya eposaꞌ aꞌtai, ɨnʉꞌ uya rɨ nawon imʉraꞌtaai apai tɨꞌ amasaꞌ eneꞌpʉ toꞌ uya aꞌkoroꞌpʉ ike. When they found it (the tomb), someone had moved from the doorway what was blocking it.
aꞌkoron (poss: ayaꞌkoron) n foam on the surface of the river, due to rapids or falls in the vicinity
aꞌkoronta vi foam, especially foaming at the mouth Mɨrɨpan mʉta aꞌkoronta. And his mouth foams.
aku pana a variety of mushroom, similar in shape to an agouti's ear Mycena filicina
akukumiri n a variety of plant part of which is used as medicine
akuꞌnɨ vt 1colour Kareta akuꞌnɨꞌpʉ Hannah uya. Hannah coloured the paper. 2spread, cover Urɨ bake akuꞌnɨꞌpʉ uya peanut butter ke. I spread my bake with peanut butter.
akupisi n 1a variety of wild bean plant, bora Vigna sesquipedalis 2a variety of black-eyed beans 3a variety of red or brown beans
akuruꞌta₂ vi be or become sick or ill Tikin nan nɨ soisa akuruꞌtasaꞌ esiꞌpʉ. One of the soldiers became sick.
akuruꞌta₁ vt 1pick Iyakuruꞌtasaꞌ rʉꞌpʉ aroiꞌ tʉnase. He picked cashew fruit to eat it. 2harvest
akusa (poss: ayakusaai) n 1sewing needle 2syringe
akuꞌsaꞌ n half a metal drum used to set the cassava drink pot on to cook the cassava drink
aꞌkuꞌtɨ vt using something for the first time Sarai aꞌkuꞌtɨ uya. I am using my new comb.
akʉ₂ (poss: ayakʉ) n 1contents of pepperpot; fish, meat, etc. tuma akʉ contents of the tuma 2contents or items contained in something tʉnono kon akʉ the minerals in their land
akʉ₃ n a variety of weevil