-i₂ (var: -rɨ; var: -ʉi; var: -nʉ; var: -mʉ; var: -rʉ; var: -oi; var: -ai; var: -o; var: -ui) possession; used to show that the stem is possessed u- saꞌki -i my sack
-iꞌ₂ certainty Uyeꞌ -a -iꞌ. I am coming. Utakama pɨꞌ eꞌ -a -iꞌ. I am not being satisfied.
-i₁ near in time Nʉ- ukoꞌman -pɨtʉ -i inke rɨ. He was staying a long time. Kɨ- utɨ -i! Don't you go!
-iꞌ₁ (var: -se₁) purpose, intention menuka -iꞌ (in order) to write
ikaꞌnɨ nom terribly Ikaꞌnɨ pe upiꞌpɨ eꞌsiꞌsiꞌma. My skin itches terribly.
ikapisin n smoke from a fire
ikaramenu n a variety of fish with stripes; edible
ikaꞌsaꞌ n idol, image (lit: the made thing)
iꞌki n a variety of worm, found on mora tree leaves during rainy season
iꞌkɨ n 1mosquito larva Dermatobia hominis 2a variety of larva that grows in wounds on the skin
iꞌkɨrɨ vt 1chop, as in cutting wood for firewood Muran nin si iꞌkɨrɨpɨtʉꞌpʉ toꞌ uya mɨrɨ. They chopped up the bina there. 2break apart, break open Toꞌ uya rɨ temiya, tʉꞌta rɨ auronpɨꞌsaꞌ, eꞌtane waꞌkapun ke tʉpaꞌsimanin ke rɨ teꞌtane, iꞌkɨrɨpɨtʉꞌpʉ iya rɨ. They bound his hands and feet, but even with metal (chains) to hold him, he broke them apart.
iꞌkororimɨꞌta n a large swampy area
iꞌkumɨrɨ slippery, like clay soil at river's edge Iꞌkumɨrɨ pe iyesi. It is slippery.
ikuꞌnɨ rancid, the smell of fish meat gone bad Ikuꞌnɨ moroꞌ esi. The fish is rancid.
ikuntɨ vt wound; make something unable to move Pero kuntɨsaꞌ toꞌ uya ekaꞌtumʉꞌpʉ. The dog they wounded ran away.
ikuꞌpa n a variety of plant