iꞌnau (cf: oꞌno, oꞌkoroꞌno) adv 1under water, deep Iꞌnawon nɨ moꞌkaꞌpʉ toꞌ uya. They took him out from a deep hole. Mɨrɨ aꞌtai, toꞌ uya eporoꞌpʉ 100 feet iꞌnau iyesi tukaiꞌ. Then, they found (the water) was 100 feet deep. 2underground, under the surface of the ground, say, in a hole; deep Sunwa iꞌnau tɨꞌ euta nau iyesiꞌpʉ. He was in a cave, deep underground.