Akawaio-English Dictionary


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eꞌnɨn var. of eꞌnɨmɨ
eꞌnɨꞌpamʉ vi be or become calm or still
iꞌnɨꞌpanʉkʉ vt 1cool down something that is hot 2make peace iꞌnɨꞌpanʉkʉ pɨꞌ teꞌsan kamoro they are being peacemakers 3relieve Medicine uya uꞌpai iꞌnɨꞌpanʉkʉꞌpʉ. The medicine relieved my head (ache). 4stop
eꞌnɨꞌpanʉkʉ (der.) vr stopped
eꞌnɨpon n clothes
nɨpontɨ vt cover something Inɨpontɨꞌpʉ uya. I covered it.
eꞌnɨpontɨ (der.) vr cover
enkarai n a variety of black, biting fly
enkaranpiyu n the red part of the eye; when the white of the eye is red, then the person is healthy
enkarumʉ vi play, as in what children do together during their free time
enkasiꞌpa vr be or become blinded by a bright light or some other phenomenon
enkasiꞌpanʉkʉ vt make something or someone blind Enkasiꞌpanʉkʉꞌpʉ iya. It blinded him.
enkɨꞌsɨimu pale Enkɨꞌsɨimu pe iyesiꞌpʉ. He was pale.
enkoꞌma (var: enkuꞌtɨ) (cf: apɨ) vt swallow something whole, without chewing, as in a tablet or other medicine Tepiꞌ enkoꞌmaꞌpʉ iya. He swallowed a tablet. Toron amʉꞌ uya enkoꞌpɨtʉꞌpʉ. The birds were swallowing it (the seeds). cf: ennoko .
enkuꞌ n 1pink eye; sore or infected eyes 2the infection that causes pink eye disease, conjunctivitis
tenkuꞌnan (der.) nom blind one
enkui nom 1someone covetous of another's possessions Enkui pe iyesi. She is covetous. 2beggar
enkurumʉ vi 1be or become still, not moving Toꞌ enkurumʉꞌpʉ eꞌpana. They were still and quiet. 2rest tikin nɨ iꞌsi tenkurunsen he can rest/stand on one leg
enkurunpa vt keep something to oneself; have no trouble concerning Mɨrɨ enkurunpa toꞌ uya tewan kon yau. They kept that in their own souls.
enkuꞌtɨ var. of enkoꞌma
enkuꞌtɨ var. of enekuꞌtɨ
enkʉꞌnʉkʉ (var: enkʉꞌnʉpʉ) vt extinguish, put out a fire Apoꞌ enkɨꞌnʉkʉꞌpʉ iya. He put out the fire.
enkʉꞌnʉpʉ var. of enkʉꞌnʉkʉ
enmiꞌpo vt cause someone else to get into trouble Enmiꞌpoꞌpʉ iya. He caused him to get into trouble.
enna vi shine Wʉi ennakaꞌnɨ pɨꞌ man. The sun is shining.
enna (poss: ɨyenna) n nose
enna (cf: enna) vt buy, purchase Ɨꞌrɨ mennai? What did you buy? syn: anʉmʉ 4, eꞌma .
enna (cf: enna) vt ask, request syn: ekamaꞌpo .
usenna (der.) 1vr ask 2vi pray 3vi beg