apiꞌ (var: apisi) vt 1hold Wakʉ ayaponoꞌ po, Seiso Kʉrai; puꞌpʉnon apiꞌkɨ, Seiso Kʉrai. The seat of Christ is good; the senseless must hold/understand/appreciate it. Kareta uyapisi pɨꞌ uwaai, Papa. I am holding the book as my container, God. 2understand 3appreciate
aꞌpimuꞌ n a type of skin disease that leaves one with scaley skin
apirinta (var: apiremʉ) vt cause to fly, make a bird fly Toron apirintaꞌpʉ uya. I made the bird fly.
aꞌpiꞌtanʉkʉ vt toast some bread or meat with a little oil on a griddle
Aꞌpiu nprop the name of a small creek in back of A'piu pai settlement, for which the settlement is named
Aꞌpiu pai nprop the name given to a settlement in the Jawalla District, along the Mazaruni River, top-side of Wari'kwaima settlement
apiyoꞌ (var: apiyotoꞌ) n 1slave 2servant Wakʉ pe kuru iyesi mɨrɨ kamoro iyapiyoꞌ ton itenupɨkɨrɨ teꞌsan, ɨꞌrɨ pe pʉra rɨ ewarupɨ nau rɨ iyeꞌtane. It will be good for his servants who are waiting, nothing (bad will happen) even if it is in the night (that he comes).
apiyoꞌma vt 1give orders to work ayapiyoꞌmatoꞌ uya rɨ I order you (to do something) 2enslave
apiyon vt command Ina uya ayapiyontɨꞌ kon. We command you. Ina uya ayapiyoꞌmaꞌpʉ. We commanded you.
apɨ₁ vt touch Se aꞌpɨꞌkɨ. Touch this. Toꞌ enu aꞌpɨtʉꞌpʉ iya. He touched their eyes. aꞌpɨꞌpʉn not married (not touched)
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.