oꞌ (var: yoꞌ₂; poss: ɨyoꞌ) n meat
oꞌ pokon hunt for meat with hunting dogs
oiꞌma nom something or someone dirty, filthy Itoiꞌma iyenasaꞌ. He became dirty.
oiwe n a variety of anteater
oko nom 1long in time spent doing something Oko pe meeting esi. The meeting runs late/long. 2something taking a long time to complete Okoꞌsɨ! Said when someone discovers something is taking a long time to happen.
Okomiyaka nprop the name given to a rock along the Upper Mazaruni River; on the right (going down-river), past the Mɨ'sɨ'tɨ rapids and past Ono' rock
oꞌkʉraimɨ n a variety of turkey-like bird
oꞌmere n a variety of small, rounded plantain
on something, usually a plant with hairy skin, that makes a person's skin itch when touched On pe iyesi. (That plant) is itch-producing. Sikaru yeꞌ si ono. The sugar cane (has fine hairs to) make you itch.
Onoꞌ nprop the name given to a rock along the Upper Mazaruni River; on the right side (going down-river) just past the Mɨ'sɨ'tɨ rapids
onoi n a variety of bird that sings "Ɨri'!"
onpa vt taste something oꞌ onpaꞌpʉ uya. I tasted the meat.
opa₂ n a variety of tree from which roof shingles are cut, walaba tree, seed pods hang down from branches by long stems