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abandon, toyɔla 2v.I.tr
abandonedyɔla 7adj
abhor, tosari 2v.I.trThis is a very strong word, the equivalent to cursing. It is never used when speaking to a child.
abovehayishi 1posthayuhuniadv
accompany, totama1 2v.I.trThis verb can also be Class II, but Class I is preferred.
accordinglyhinahkuhch 4conn
accustomed (to something), to beelu1 1v.T.tr
accustomed to, to be*elu 2v.st
ache, toyi2v.T.tr
acornchuhki'elunwhite oak acornushpa'elu
acquire, tochu 1v.I.tr
acreamari4npolun 1quant
acridadjriyuhta 2adj
actuallykashiyaadv
Adam's apple*eruhchohu 2n
adhere, tonahchu 5v.T.tr
adjectivetaka halaninabbreviated tkh
adorn oneself, topahchu1 1v.I.intr
adverbtaya halaninabbreviated tyh
afraidshruka 1v.st
afternoontɔh'atantɔhan'akinto get to be afternoontɔha 1
afterwardsadvnot long afterwardsadvay'ɛhɛp'aha 1a long time afterwardsadvay'ɛhɛ 1shortly afterwardsadvay'ɛhɛshiay'ɛhɛshtohku 2a little while afterwardsadvay'ɛhɛshtohku 1