Akawaio-English Dictionary


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enaꞌpɨ n seed, the seed of any plant aꞌnaiꞌ enaꞌpɨ corn seed
enaꞌpɨkaꞌ vt remove seeds from cotton
enariꞌkeꞌ nom fright Eꞌtane enariꞌkeꞌ pe tesi kon ke toꞌ eꞌnʉmʉꞌpʉ pen. But because they were afraid, they didn't sleep.
enariꞌkenaꞌ nom wild, not tame enariꞌkenaꞌ isaꞌkaꞌsi wild jackass
enariꞌmʉra n bravery, boldness Enariꞌmʉra rɨ, ɨtonpa pe esi wenai Kʉrai winɨ. I am brave as your family member.
enariꞌmʉn (der.) nom brave one
enariꞌmʉra n bravery, boldness Enariꞌmʉra rɨ, ɨtonpa pe esi wenai Kʉrai winɨ. I am brave as your family member.
enariꞌmʉn (der.) nom brave one
nariꞌ vt frighten or scare someone
enariꞌnʉmʉ (der.) vr frightened
enariꞌpa vt scare Enariꞌpaꞌpʉ iya. He scared him.
usenariꞌpa (der.) vr scared
enarumʉ vi vomit Iyenarunpɨtʉꞌpʉ. He was vomiting.
enau postp with sheep amʉꞌ tʉnɨnseꞌna tʉron nɨ enau he left his sheep behind with another (shepherd)
ɨsenau (der.) 1adv together 2n twins
ene (var: en) vt 1see Eneꞌpʉ uya. I saw it. enton pe pʉra rɨ never to be seen (again) syn: eraꞌma . 2read Betty uya kareta menu eneꞌpʉ. Betty read a book. syn: ekama 4 .
tenpuruꞌnan (der.) nom blurred vision
usene (der.) vr seen
eꞌneꞌ (var: eꞌneꞌpɨꞌnɨ) vi dream Iyeꞌneꞌpɨtʉꞌpʉ. He was dreaming.
eꞌneꞌ var. of eꞌnetʉ nom 1) one who is sick Eꞌneꞌ pe umʉre esi. My baby is sick. eꞌneꞌ pe eꞌnɨtoꞌ an illness opp: atuꞌ 1. 2) someone experiencing hurt or pain Eꞌneꞌ pe toꞌ uya uyariꞌpoꞌpɨꞌsaꞌ serɨ! I am hurt from their beating me!
ene n 1(non-possessed) evil 2an evil spirit 3someone possessed by an evil spirit 4something or someone ugly 5something or someone scary 6an imaginary creature invoked to scare children 7a variety of snake 8foreigner 9coastlander or civilized person
ene wariꞌsa (var: piyaiꞌma wariꞌsa) n a variety of mushroom, has a woven look and nasty smell (lit: monsterꞌs backpack)
eneiꞌma vt flavor; specifically, make salty Eneiꞌmaꞌpʉ uya. I made it salty.
eꞌneima vt mock, make fun of someone
enekuꞌtɨ (var: enkuꞌtɨ) vt 1fool, deceive Kɨsenekuꞌtɨtʉu. Don't be fooled. (or is it, "Don't fool others."?) 2tempt Sises enkuꞌtɨꞌpʉ Makoi uya. The Devil tempted Jesus. 3act in a false way mɨrɨ naꞌneꞌ kasa toꞌ wapiyaroꞌ kon enkuꞌtɨnin nan kuꞌpɨtʉꞌpʉ toꞌ uya. that is the way they treated the false prophets.
enensi vt 1drink, sip 2help to drink
eꞌneꞌpɨꞌnɨ var. of eꞌneꞌ
enerupɨ n a variety of savannah termite
eꞌnetʉ (var: eꞌneꞌ; poss: ɨyeꞌnetʉ) n sickness, illness
enewokeꞌ n a shaman or traditional healer syn: piyaiꞌsan 1 .
eꞌnɨ vi 1gather, come together tʉmunkɨ pe eꞌnɨtoꞌ pe, kunkuuꞌpʉ kon wenai pen we gather as his children, not because of anything we did 2be, exist Utonpa pe eꞌnɨpai. I want to be family with you. syn: esi, wannɨ .
nɨmɨ (var: nɨn) vt leave behind Tʉmunkɨ amʉꞌ nɨmɨꞌpʉ toꞌ uya. They left their children behind.
eꞌnɨmɨ (der.) (var eꞌnɨn) vr 1left 2stay