wontɨ vt 1wrap, surround Iwontɨꞌpʉ iya kareku ke. She wrapped him with a cloth. 2provide with a cloth 3dress 4surround
woꞌpa vt offer a drink Iwoꞌpaꞌpʉ iya. He offered him a drink.
wotori (poss: ɨyotorii) n animal hunted for its meat, any type of mammal, bird, fish Uyotorii pʉra ennaꞌpopai pʉra esi pɨꞌ. I didn't want to return without any meat.
wotoriꞌtɨ vt hunt for meat
Wʉi nprop a name given to a deserted settlement near Ataro
wʉi akʉ n locust (lit: sun bee)
wʉi enu n sun (lit: dayꞌs eye)
wʉi pisi n sunlight, a ray of sunlight
wʉkʉuwʉkʉuma vt shake something in an up-and-down motion
wʉkwa vt wave something on a stick Piyaiꞌma noꞌsotoꞌpʉ si wʉkwaꞌpʉ iya. The old, female giant waved it in the air on a stick.
wʉrʉiꞌ (poss: ɨwʉrʉsi) n 1female cousin to a male, indirect address 2male cousin to a female
wʉrʉka n a variety of snake
wʉtʉꞌ n a variety of fruit with hard purple skin and large seed with grape-like pulp between; also used as a building material Bryophyllum calycinum