aniꞌkura (var: ani kʉrʉkʉrʉ) n 1gill of a fish moroꞌ aniꞌkura fish's gill 2the base of the tongue
anɨ (var: an) vt eat fish or other meat Moroꞌ anɨꞌpʉ uya. I ate fish. tansen edible, referring to fish and meat
anɨnpa vt separate Ɨnʉꞌ uya ɨmoꞌka kon? Ɨnʉꞌ uya ayanɨnpa kon? Who can take you away? Who can separate you?
ankoruwa n a tattoo, given to Akawaio women on the inside of the forearm
annaꞌ adv publicly Isenpoikaꞌpʉ annaꞌ Israel amʉꞌ koroꞌtaꞌ. He appeared publicly to the Jews.
aꞌno (var: aꞌnomʉ) vt put something in the sun or near the fire for warmth Yʉi po rʉꞌkwɨ taꞌnopɨꞌsen pe. He was on a stick warming himself in the sun. Wʉi yau aꞌnonpɨꞌ esiꞌpʉ. I was getting warm in the sun. Apoꞌ piyau aꞌnonpɨꞌ esiꞌpʉ. I was getting warm by the fire.
anpisin 1nom many items, especially people anpisin eporiꞌmatoꞌ pe plenty happy people 2n a crowd of people Iyeraꞌtɨꞌpʉ anpisin kaꞌpon amʉꞌ taꞌkɨrɨ tʉweꞌsan winɨkʉiꞌ. He turned toward the crowd that was with him.
ansaꞌma (var: eꞌseꞌma) vt set a trap for any kind of animal
anꞌti n aunt; more specifically the sister of one's mother
anʉ vt 1scratch 2plow Non anʉnin pɨꞌ iyesiꞌpʉ He plowed the ground.
anʉkʉ 1vi overflow Kasiri anʉkʉꞌpʉ iwaai apai. The cassava drink overflowed from its container. 2vt make a gas, as in the cassava drink becoming alcoholic 3vt give water to a plant Aꞌporos uya nin si inanʉkʉ mɨrɨ. Apollos waters it.
aꞌnʉmʉ vi groan iyaꞌnʉmʉ pʉra rɨ he was not groaning