Akawaio-English Dictionary


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oꞌ (var: yoꞌ; poss: ɨyoꞌ) n meat
-o var. of -i
oꞌ pokon hunt for meat with hunting dogs
-oi var. of -i
oiꞌma nom something or someone dirty, filthy Itoiꞌma iyenasaꞌ. He became dirty.
oiꞌmane n an evil spirit
oimentɨ vt surround
oiwe n a variety of anteater
oko nom 1long in time spent doing something Oko pe meeting esi. The meeting runs late/long. 2something taking a long time to complete Okoꞌsɨ! Said when someone discovers something is taking a long time to happen.
oꞌkoiꞌ postp on
okopi n (non-possessed) a variety of small lizard with read throat
oꞌkoroꞌno (cf: oꞌno, iꞌnau) postp under (water) Toꞌ usenasipaꞌpʉ tuna oꞌkoroꞌno. They dove under the water.
okouokouma var. of wokouwokouma vt shake, as in a tree, back and forth
oꞌkʉra n (non-possessed) a variety of turkey-like bird, marudi Peneolpe maraii
oꞌkʉraimɨ n a variety of turkey-like bird
oꞌmere n a variety of small, rounded plantain
on something, usually a plant with hairy skin, that makes a person's skin itch when touched On pe iyesi. (That plant) is itch-producing. Sikaru yeꞌ si ono. The sugar cane (has fine hairs to) make you itch.
onamʉ vt hide Ipon onamʉꞌpʉ iya. He hid his clothes.
eꞌsonamʉ (der.) (var eꞌsoꞌnamʉ) vr hidden
oꞌno (var: woꞌnoro) (cf: oꞌkoroꞌno, iꞌnau) postp under Toꞌ usenasipaꞌpʉ tuna oꞌno. They dove under the water. itesen oꞌnon assistant
onoi n a variety of bird that sings "Ɨri'!"
onore n (non-possessed) a variety of bird known as tiger bird, crane, a river bird that eats fish Ardea cocoi
onpa vt taste something oꞌ onpaꞌpʉ uya. I tasted the meat.
onpiꞌ n rash
ontʉman (var: untʉman; poss: ɨontʉmanooi) n hunter syn: akamana .
opa n a variety of tree from which roof shingles are cut, walaba tree, seed pods hang down from branches by long stems

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