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intoxicated, to getpihtuv.II.tr
intransitive verbtayalɔtan"Sara", "rapu", "lᴐta" tayalᴐtasinima."Pray", "sleep", (and) "run" (are) intransitive verbs. abbreviated tyl
irate, to beyashiv.stRitasara kichu Jesusku talapusɛma laspitanisɛma powihch, uhkyashi. When Jesus saw the merchants and money changers in the temple, he was enraged. Yanisht'ɛ uhkyashiku rihkuchalikɔhta pat'uta.The enraged bull knocked the fence down.
Irishmaningrasan
iron (metal)nlaspinƆshkachehkin'ɛma samani tihksh'ɛmaShe likes to cook with iron pots. Claiborne, Bossier, Bienville, Webster, De Soto, Sabine'ama Hal'ukinisinima kichu shihkalilaspi 'ura. There is iron ore in Claiborne, Bossier, Bienville, Webster, De Soto, and Sabine Parishes.
iron potɔshkachehkininsmall iron potɔshkachehkintohkun
irritate*hepuv.I.tr
islandtuhuranCuba tuhura.Cuba is an island. Tonik'ᴐhᴐ tuhura.No man is an island. Tuhura hayihta tihika manku Robinson Crusoeku 'uhki.Robinson Crusoe lived on an island for four years. tasayinIsle de Jean Charlesku tasayiku. . Le'ura. Isle de Jean Charles is an island. It is disappearing.Tasayiku Seineku kichuku hayihta tarisaraku Notre Damehchi tetisaku mashuta.On an island in the Seine they built the cathedral called Notre Dame.
itch, toshitav.T.tr
itchykuraadj
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