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uglypiškudu 1piškudúadjugly, bad, nastycf*šud4pišudu 1šudu cahno2.3.1.8.2Ugly8.3.7.1Badpišudu 1pišudúaph.šuduadjbad, uglycf*šud4piškudu 1pišunʔšudu cahno2.3.1.8.2Ugly8.3.7.1Badverb.*pišudumph. adj.cahno pišuducomp.ka·wa pišuduph. v.pišudu tʼa·dph. v.šudu cahnocomp.ʔahqʰa pišuducomp.ʔama· pišudu1comp.ʔama· pišudu2
ulcer, mouthcihsicihsi´nsore, infected spotʔaha·wi cíhsia sore in the mouth; mouth ulcer; trench mouth2.5.2.2Skin diseasecomp.cihsi duhṭʰalcomp.cihsi pʰiloloqcomp.cihsi qʰale
umbilical cordʔohqoʔohqo´numbilical cord2.6.3.2Fetuscomp.ʔohqomo
umbrella*pišom 2pišómʔpl.*pišoma·tad*pišomtanumbrella, parasol
umpiremame·tamame·ta´nfiretender and door guard at dances, umpiresynhohwa mace· yac5.5.2Tend a fire6.6Occupation
unablenaʔbayʔdunaʔbáyʔduadjunable, unskilled, ignorantcf*naʔbac 1=ša·
unable to breathe*ʔasi·c 2ʔasiʔ´vbecome unable to draw a breathcʰuwáyʔli ʔasi·yhe’s really laughing (so much he can't breathe)ʔasiʔ neyto black out, almost faint (from emotion)ʔasiʔ nehqawto knock outmu·kito ʔasí·yhe can’t draw a breathhosáwi mubetʼba ʔacaʔ ʔasiʔ micá·du·ythe people choked on smoke and fell over unable to breathesyn*duhlabatcf*saha·c*saha·t 1*saha·t 2*ʔasi·c 3muhqaʔahsiy 22.2.1Breathe, breath
unable to cook, be*muya·m1muyamʔ´pl.*muyama·taqvbe unable to do cook, cook unsuccessfully, fail to cook5.2.1Food preparation
unable to cut, be*pʰiya·m1 2pʰiyamʔ´pl.*pʰiyama·taqvbe unable to cut, fail to cuttupu·lu bahku ʔin ʔaha· pʰiyamtʰé· ʔathe axe is dull and I can't cut the wood (the blade bounces off)7.8.3Cut
unable to lift*duya·m2duyamʔ´pl.*duyama·taq2vbe unable to lift, touchduyamtʰibá qʼaw e· muhe left it because he couldn’t lift itcf*duya·m3 2*duʔya2.4.1Strong
unable to see entirely, be*pʰiya·m1 1pʰiyamʔ´pl.*pʰiyama·taqvbe unable to see entirely, all ofpʰiyamʔkʰe tʰín e, to· ma qʼoʔdi canʔpʰí ʔnatieven if you look at me good, you can not see everything on me2.3.1See
unashamedmukʰaṭʼkʰa·nimukʰáṭʼkʰa·niadjbold, brazen, unashamed; extrovertedant*muhkʰun4.4.3.1Brave
uncle = father’s younger brother (his, her, their own)mace·kimace·ki´obj.mace·kilben.mace·kiʔkʰeloc.mace·kiʔnacom.maceki·yin-kinhis, her, their own uncle: father's younger brother; also mother’s younger sister’s husband, stepfathercfcikinʔmice·kimiya·ciki2.6.5.1Man4.1.9.1.6Uncle, auntverb.*macekiq
uncle = father’s younger brother (his, her, their)miya·cikimiyá·cikidial. var.miya·ce·kiobj.miya·cikilben.miya·cikiʔkʰeloc.miya·cikiʔnan-kinhis, her, their uncle: father's younger brother; also mother’s younger sister’s husband, stepfathercfcikinʔmace·kimice·ki2.6.5.1Man4.1.9.1.6Uncle, aunt
uncle = father’s younger brother (my, our)cikinʔcikínʔdial. var.ce·kinʔobj.ciki·toben.cikinʔkʰeloc.ciki·toʔnavoc.ciken-kinmy, our uncle: father's younger brother; also mother’s younger sister’s husband, stepfathercfmace·kimice·kimiya·ciki2.6.5.1Man4.1.9.1.6Uncle, aunt
uncle = father’s younger brother (your)mice·kimice·kíobj.mice·kilben.mice·kiʔkʰeloc.mice·kiʔnacom.miceki·yin-kinyour uncle: father's younger brother; also mother’s younger sister’s husband, stepfathercfcikinʔmace·kimiya·ciki2.6.5.1Man4.1.9.1.6Uncle, aunt
uncle = mother’s brother (his, her, their own)macu·sʼmacusʼ´obj.macu·sʼelben.macu·sʼeʔkʰeloc.macu·sʼeʔnacom.macusʼe·yin-kinhis, her, their own uncle: mother’s brother; also father’s sister’s husbandcfcu·sʼenʔmicu·sʼmiya·cusʼtu·tunʔ2.6.5.1Man4.1.9.1.6Uncle, auntverb.*macusʼaq
uncle = mother’s brother (his, her, their)miya·cusʼmiyá·cusʼobj.miya·cu·sʼelben.miya·cu·sʼeʔkʰeloc.miya·cu·sʼeʔnan-kinhis, her, their uncle: mother’s brother; also father’s sister’s husbandcfcu·sʼenʔmacu·sʼmicu·sʼtu·tunʔ2.6.5.1Man4.1.9.1.6Uncle, aunt
uncle = mother’s brother (my, our)cu·sʼenʔcu·sʼénʔfr. var.cu·sʼedeobj.cu·sʼetoben.cu·sʼenʔkʰeloc.cu·sʼetoʔnavoc.cu·sʼecu·sʼeden-kinmy, our uncle: mother’s brother; also father’s sister’s husbandcfmacu·sʼmicu·sʼmiya·cusʼtu·tunʔ2.6.5.1Man4.1.9.1.6Uncle, aunt
uncle = mother’s brother (your)micu·sʼmicusʼ´obj.micu·sʼelben.micu·sʼeʔkʰeloc.micu·sʼeʔnacom.micusʼe·yin-kinyour uncle: mother’s brother; also father’s sister’s husbandcfcu·sʼenʔmacu·sʼmiya·cusʼtu·tunʔ2.6.5.1Man4.1.9.1.6Uncle, aunt
uncle = mother's brother (my, our - informal)tu·tunʔtu·túnʔobj.tu·tutoben.tu·tunʔkʰeloc.tu·tutoʔnavoc.tu·tun-kinmy, our uncle: mother’s brother (informal); also father’s sister’s husbandcfcu·sʼenʔmacu·sʼmicu·sʼmiya·cusʼ2.6.5.1Man4.1.9.1.6Uncle, aunt
unclear sound, have*balulubalulúwv-redhave unclear or blurred soundbalulúmʔ maʔyul mul cahno šocelaI can hardly hear (the news on the radio) because it is mixed with sound from (another station)cf*balebalec 1*balibalismlf.*balubaluc
uncover*diṭʼo·sdiṭʼos´vremove covering so liquid oozes out, peel produce; skin, by gravity, falling, a heavy weightya·pálka diṭʼosciwto skin an applenaṭa qáwi ʔel cé·lícʼba, cihsi díṭʼósciy the child fell down and skinned his sorescf*diṭʰo*diʔṭiʔṭi7.3.7.1Uncover5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation2.5.3Injure*ṭʼo·s-v-instrremove covering 7.3.7.1Uncover2.5.3Injurepref.*caṭʼo·spref.*coṭʼo·spref.*daṭʼo·spref.*diṭʼo·s
uncured (olive)qaloqalo´fr. var.qaluadjnot soaked soft enough; unleached, uncured (of acorns or olives)ʔoʔ qalo ʔqa· maʔu· ʔoʔ bótʼ sicʼow ʔtʰin this is not soaked enough yet, it is not yet become softbiʔdu qáluacorns which are not soaked enoughbiʔdu kihlaʔ qalu ʔit's still not soaked enoughapplied to acorns in the shell soaked from fall to spring
uncurl hair in water*sikel 2sikélʔpl.*sikeltavhair uncurl, straighten in water, including raincf*sihkelh5.4.3Care for hair8.3.1.3Straight