aꞌkuꞌtɨ vt using something for the first time Sarai aꞌkuꞌtɨ uya. I am using my new comb.
akʉ₂ (poss: ayakʉ) n 1contents of pepperpot; fish, meat, etc. tuma akʉ contents of the tuma 2contents or items contained in something tʉnono kon akʉ the minerals in their land
akʉ₃ n a variety of weevil
aꞌkʉ n jewellery; adornaments to the body
aꞌkʉre keꞌ something insufficient to meet the need Aꞌkʉre keꞌ pe toꞌ iꞌkiyari esi. Their food is insufficient.
akʉta vt bore, make a hole in something like a weevil, or akʉ Iyakʉtasaꞌ. It was bored.
akʉꞌtɨ vt add meat to soup
aꞌkwaꞌ (poss: ɨyeꞌkweꞌ) n 1hammock 2bed
aꞌkwa₂ (poss: ayaꞌkwarii) 1nom something bright 2n light
aꞌkwaka vt brighten Ɨutɨ aꞌkwakakɨ. Brighten up the house. (Turn on the lights.) (der.: utaꞌkwaka)
aꞌkwarʉka₂ vt 1force, compel ayaꞌkwarʉkakapʉ uya pen nɨ I didn't keep on forcing you 2take something by force (lit: take away oneꞌs spirit)
aꞌkwarʉka₁ vt 1depress 2beg, implore, ask strongly or with strong feeling Toꞌ uya aꞌkwarʉkaꞌpʉ, "Tʉpikaꞌtɨsen yeꞌ pe kuru pʉse rɨ warawoꞌ esi," taꞌpʉ toꞌ uya. They begged him, "This man is our great helper," they said. (der.: utaꞌkwarʉka)
aꞌkwarʉꞌpʉ n 1shadow 2spirit of a dead person