ansaꞌma (var: eꞌseꞌma) vt set a trap for any kind of animal
anꞌti n aunt; more specifically the sister of one's mother
anʉ vt 1scratch 2plow Non anʉnin pɨꞌ iyesiꞌpʉ He plowed the ground.
anʉkʉ 1vi overflow Kasiri anʉkʉꞌpʉ iwaai apai. The cassava drink overflowed from its container. 2vt make a gas, as in the cassava drink becoming alcoholic 3vt give water to a plant Aꞌporos uya nin si inanʉkʉ mɨrɨ. Apollos waters it.
aꞌnʉmʉ vi groan iyaꞌnʉmʉ pʉra rɨ he was not groaning
anʉpʉ vr full Tuna uyeeꞌpʉ iten anʉpʉ pʉꞌkʉ pona rɨ. The rain came until the container was full.
apaꞌ (poss: ayapakʉʉi) n pear, avocado Lauraceae
Apa nprop the name given to a creek along the Kukui River between Jawalla and Pipiri pai
apai₁ postp from in Epaꞌkakɨ warawoꞌ apai! Come out from the boy!
apai₂ nom shallow, low water level, so that boats can't pass Tuna esi apai pe. The river is low (so that boats can't pass).
apaiꞌpɨ shallow, especially as refers to water Apaiꞌpɨ yau ekuꞌpɨtɨꞌ. You all bathe in the shallow (water).
Aꞌpasi nprop the widow at Zarephath, the woman in the Bible whose flour and oil never ran out, found in 1 Kings 17
Apatoꞌka nprop the name given to a settlement along the Middle Mazaruni, near Merumɨ creek
Apau nprop the name given to a creek near Imbaimadai
ape vi confess tape esi aꞌtai when you confess, . . .
api vi 1fall, in a figurative sense Itewan apikapʉ. His belly is falling./He is feeling disheartened. 2deflate, as in a balloon or rising bread dough Pʉreti apikaaꞌpʉ. The bread dough deflated.