apɨkamʉꞌ n a traditional variety of necklace
apɨn (poss: patawa yeꞌ apɨmu) n a variety of palm leaf Toꞌ utɨꞌpʉ iteꞌmatai patawa yeꞌ apɨmu ton itenauꞌne. They went behind him with patawa palm leaves with them.
apɨnsaꞌ n a cramp in the leg
apɨru nom something rigid or firm Apɨru pe paranka esi. The board is rigid.
apɨta₂ n a variety of snail
apɨta₁ vi be or become stiff Tanporo se amʉꞌ apɨtapɨꞌsaꞌ esiꞌpʉ. Everything was becoming stiff. (der.: apɨtanʉkʉ)
apɨtanʉkʉ vt make something stiff or rigid Apɨtanʉꞌkɨ. Make it stiff.
apɨtarɨ (var: apɨtari; poss: ayapɨtarii) n decorated armbands worn in ceremonies
aꞌpo vt 1dig out Mɨrɨpan teusan aꞌpoꞌpʉ iya. And then he dug out the honey (from the tree). 2uncover
aꞌpoi (poss: ayaꞌpoi) n 1back 2backbone, spine
apon (poss: ayaponoꞌ / ayapon) n 1shelf ayaponoꞌ your shelf 2bench 3seat 4place of residence, home Makoi apon pe rɨ man, Orʉ man pasikon. Sister, this world is the home of the devil.
aponka₂ n a variety of fish (what kind?)
aporoꞌ (var: aporoꞌpon) 1nom the middle of something as in the length of river known as the Middle Mazaruni River Aporoꞌ po sikuru iwʉꞌ esiꞌpʉ. The school building was in the middle. 2n mediator Kaꞌpon amʉꞌ uyepʉ Papa rakʉiꞌ taporoꞌpon ke. People come before God with a mediator.