wanamari (var: waramari; poss: awanamarii) n 1mirror Wanamari eꞌkwɨꞌpɨꞌsaꞌ. The glass/mirror broke. 2glass
wanapu n a general term for weeds
wanawana n a variety of wasp that lives in the ground and has a reddish back Wanawana uya turʉꞌ anɨꞌpʉ. The wasp ate the fly.
Wanawon nprop 1the name of a settlement on the Kukui river; boundary between Jawalla and Pipiri pai 2the name given the creek near the same settlement
wanmʉra₂ postp 1behind someone, in back of someone iwanmʉra usauroꞌnɨ talking behind his/her back 2ignorant, without knowing about something 3unconsciously
waꞌnoꞌ (poss: awaꞌnoto) n drink, any kind of drink
wanpʉra (var: wanmʉra₁) something forgotten or left behind wanpʉra rɨ iteseꞌ utɨꞌpʉ. I went for something I'd forgotten.
wanteima n a type of intestinal disease; gastroenteritis; diarrhea with abdominal pains
waꞌnʉpʉ (poss: anwaꞌnʉpʉ) n nephew, to a female
wanʉꞌtɨ vt bother, trouble Tɨwɨ nesii tiꞌsa kʉꞌwanʉꞌtɨpai. Don't bother the teacher any longer.
wapiya 1conj before ina uya teporo kon wapiya before we find them 2adv first
Wapiyana (var: Wapisana) nprop 1a Wapishana person 2the Wapishana tribe of amereindians in Guyana and Brasil
wapʉrʉmʉ vi come out from a pit or depression Tʉwapʉrʉmʉ kon aꞌtai, . . .. When they came out of a pit, . . ..