Akawaio-English Dictionary


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eꞌkuꞌ var. of eꞌkupʉ
eꞌku n (non-possessed) sap
kuka vt erase Mɨrɨ ikuꞌkɨ. Erase that.
eꞌkuka (der.) vi wiped
kuꞌkuma vt cook Oꞌ peꞌ kuꞌkuma kaꞌyan? Is s/he cooking meat?
eꞌkuꞌkuma (der.) vr cook
ekuma vi 1have sex, make love Ɨꞌrɨ ta iya ekuman pɨꞌ? What does he say about sex? 2fornicate, to have sex before marriage Pʉse rɨ ɨmu ayapuruui, ɨpʉrataai maꞌtanʉꞌnin nʉꞌpʉ ekuman pɨꞌ. This son of yours has wasted your things, your money on fornication.
ekumanka (der.) vt fornicate
ekumanka (der. of ekuma) vt make someone fornicate; have illicit sex with someone Ɨtonpa kon winɨkʉiꞌ rɨ kamakooitatʉu inoꞌpʉ tekumankaiꞌ. You all must not sin against your friend by fornicating with his wife.
ekuma vi 1have sex, make love Ɨꞌrɨ ta iya ekuman pɨꞌ? What does he say about sex? 2fornicate, to have sex before marriage Pʉse rɨ ɨmu ayapuruui, ɨpʉrataai maꞌtanʉꞌnin nʉꞌpʉ ekuman pɨꞌ. This son of yours has wasted your things, your money on fornication.
ekumanka (der.) vt fornicate
ekun var. of ekunari
ekunari (var: ekun) n hip
eꞌkuꞌnɨsaꞌ var. of eꞌkupʉ
eꞌkupiꞌka vi smile Iyeꞌkupiꞌkaꞌpʉ. He smiled.
ekupiukwa vr make a smile
kuꞌpɨ vt bathe Mʉre kuꞌpɨkɨ. Bathe the baby.
ekuꞌpɨ (der.) vr bathe
kupʉ (var: kuꞌ) vt 1do Ɨꞌrɨ kupʉ auya? What are you doing? Ikupʉ pen nɨ. I am doing nothing. Tʉkuꞌsen nɨ mɨrɨ. That's a normal thing for people to do. tʉkuꞌsen an obligation 2work 3think, especially in relation to getting ready to do something, prepare to do 4make something
eꞌkupʉ (der.) (var eꞌkuꞌnɨsaꞌ; var eꞌkuꞌ) 1vr done 2vr pretend 3vi act 4vi become 5vi happened
iꞌkʉrimʉ vt soak something
eꞌkurimʉ (der.) vi wet
ekuruꞌka vi be or become planted
ekuꞌtɨ vt make cassava drink Kasiri ekuꞌtɨ iya. She is making cassava drink.
ekutuma (var: ekuꞌtuma) vi be or become muddy Tuna enkutumasaꞌ. The river became muddy.
ekuꞌtuma var. of ekutuma
kʉꞌka vt stretch
eꞌkʉꞌka (der.) vi stretched
ekʉtʉtʉka vi hold tightly Kʉrɨ rɨ ekʉtʉtʉkasaꞌ iꞌmʉ pɨꞌ. He held on tightly to his neck.
eꞌkʉtʉtʉꞌpɨtʉ vr be or become cramped
eꞌkʉuma vi experience pain, not physically, but in mind or spirit Mɨrɨ yau esiꞌpʉ eꞌkʉuman pɨꞌ. There, I was in pain/my feelings were hurt.
eꞌkwa n (non-possessed) time tikin iteꞌkwa one time, once
eꞌkwa n 1grove mekuru eꞌkwa banana grove 2farm