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Tûn Boá

The Lexicon

This is the established lexicon. All words should be added here. NB: I have edited the spelling to reflect the voicing of th to dh and f to v – this only occurs intervocallically, or in consonant clusters next to a voiceless sibilant. Also, due to excel issues, the glottal stop, initially, is spelled with a ʔ.


  • á part. the definite article, the hypothetical determiner
  • a’iaí part. mirative particle
  • abé n. east
  • adaní mv. want (desire)
  • adhi n. bronze
  • agthún v. to row
  • aíu part. topic marker
  • akíco n. algae
  • álina adj. weak
  • all pp. across
  • án pp. on top
  • anaún v. to bind
  • ántwún v. to smile
  • as part. now (post-positive)
  • ásh pp. for (purpose)
  • áshdhgllhïnár n. unworked tin ore
  • áti num. five, 5
  • áü adj. far
  • aún v. to call, to be called
  • aünga n. mouth
  • ava n. tongue
  • avér n. elbow
  • avérgorr n. the inside of the elbow
  • avéruro n. the outside of the elbow
  • aves n. spelt
  • ávo n. town
  • ávowí n. village
  • batosh n. pot
  • báwash n. spout
  • be pp. with (instrumental)
  • beern adj. thick
  • behna n. the foot or base of a wave
  • belá adj. green
  • belába adj. sly
  • bellshteún v. to wear
  • bellshtewóún v. to wear out
  • belob adj. hungry
  • béntálli n. shroud (coverlet)
  • bewún v. to have
  • bho n. plain
  • bia n. age
  • bíkurrún v. to freeze
  • bíll n. salmon
  • bing n. youth (person)
  • bingi n. youth (state)
  • biú adj. dry
  • bíwí n. mother
  • bllhana n. fishing net
  • blómïn adj. long
  • blot n. eel
  • bnin n. wheat
  • conj., part. but
  • boáún v. to greet, intermingle, meet, begin
  • bolandún v. to gather (physical things)
  • boll n. corpse
  • bollshún v. to digest
  • boná adj. deep
  • bonúça n. non-toothed cetacean, whale
  • bóshop n. squall
  • bóshopaké n. gale
  • bóshuf n. bowl, cup
  • bóshung n. tempest
  • bóshúngdá adj. tempestuous
  • bóúkti part. ending marker
  • bóún v. to pull
  • bóyee n. weir
  • brashún v. to dread
  • bréna n. sky
  • brendún v. to write
  • brond n. oar
  • brrí n. wind
  • brrídho n. wind (sea)
  • brrído n. wind (night)
  • brrínos n. wind (land)
  • brrun n. tree
  • brrunéna n. forest
  • brrunetá n. sliver
  • brrunóro n. wood
  • brúdho n. cloud
  • brún v. to stand
  • brúwosh n. summer (standing time)
  • búáún v. to read
  • bull n. sword
  • bullháún v. to drink
  • búnún v. to hit
  • burro n. cold
  • byórk n. anchor
  • cha part. than
  • cha prep. about, concerning
  • chedún v. to climb
  • chiénaún v. to hold
  • chio part. right
  • chípún v. to swallow
  • chist n. snot
  • chunkún v. to split
  • chúntún v. to dive down
  • da part. imperative marker
  • dadún v. to break
  • daha n. action
  • daïsún v. to cheer up someone
  • dáktún v. to best
  • dalúna n. mortar
  • dámuçún v. to tie
  • dán mv. should (probability)
  • dáoún v. to be
  • dargár n. storm
  • dárrhí n. older sister
  • dásh adj. same
  • dáu pn. that thing (mesiodistal)
  • daún v. to act, do
  • deen n. leg
  • deéún v. to f*ck
  • delaún v. to mount
  • den adv. only, alone
  • dengingk n. knee
  • déntún v. to accomplish
  • dín pn. he, she
  • dintá n. neck
  • dínta pn. they
  • diún v. to know
  • doa n. night
  • dodhéna n. world
  • dollá adj. good
  • dolleva n. speech
  • doloró n. ear
  • dond n. war
  • dóp n. egg
  • dórdhuon n. worked eardh, made eardh (not worked as in a field)
  • dóría n. the quality of work, of concentratedness, effort, contemplative action
  • dórllevóda n. constructed language
  • dórún v. to work over, to consiously change
  • dosh n. liver
  • dosh n. breaker (wave)
  • doshgorr n. wave trough
  • doshkon n. wave wall, the mid-section of a wave
  • doshop n. a whitecap, the breaker on a wave
  • dost n. year
  • doün adj. long
  • drogún v. to fight
  • dron n. enemy
  • suffix thing (=dú)
  • n. thing
  • n. thing
  • dúda n. things
  • dúi pn. this thing
  • dúí pn. that thing (mesioproximal)
  • dukúni n. head
  • dull n. beard
  • dun n. beer
  • duóaún v. to fall
  • duóyá n. sunset
  • dupeé n. urine
  • dupeéshunk n. chamber pot
  • duwosh n. fall, autumn
  • ébllefa n. messenger
  • éboún v. to announce
  • ee part. superlative and comparative particle
  • n. fly
  • eéaún v. to shrug
  • eén adv. yet
  • eenti n. fingernail
  • eenún v. to finger, touch
  • eérwa n. hunger
  • éhio n. whine
  • éhoún v. to whine
  • eïll n. phallus
  • ékek n. cave
  • éll adv. once again, frequently
  • ellásto adj. red
  • éllaún v. to cruise
  • emillún v. to blunt
  • enar n. glass
  • eüwún v. to pine
  • pn. that (abstract)
  • fái part. then, conditional apodosis marker
  • fálo n. oak
  • fát pn. those (abstract)
  • fáu part. if, conditional protasis marker
  • fedl n. stepping stone
  • fen n. dock
  • fén part. as, like this
  • coord. or (complete, recurring)
  • fiáth n. dog
  • fidhârún v. to weather
  • fidhô adj. weathered
  • fidhún v. to think
  • fíko adj. fierce
  • fisún v. to ripen
  • fith n. weather
  • fo pp. in, inside
  • frá n. shroud (line)
  • frótún v. to say
  • fudhún v. to climb
  • fuó pn. this (abstract)
  • fuókú n. today
  • fürt n. kancha, manor house
  • fuwehún v. to blow
  • fwód pn. these (abstract)
  • adj. straight
  • gádot adj. wicked
  • gaí part. tell me (initial)
  • garn n. skin
  • gash n. body
  • geï adj., coord. better (comparative)
  • gekin n. cormorant
  • gerún n. dye
  • gill n. table
  • gin adj. worst (superlative pejorative)
  • gïnún v. to squeeze
  • gírún v. to stretch
  • gllockún v. to vomit
  • glówún v. to listen (ditransitive)
  • go n. toil
  • part. eh? (final)
  • part. interrogative marker
  • goanún n. to gaze
  • god n. foot, root
  • goína n. feast
  • goínaún v. to feast
  • góllist n. question
  • gon n. brick
  • góré n. city
  • gorr n. acute angle, inside
  • go'ún v. to ask
  • goy mv. able (ability)
  • grán n. shoulder
  • grángorr n. armpit
  • gránuro n. the outside of the shoulder
  • part. back
  • gum conj., part. then
  • güm num. four, 4
  • guna mv. shall (definititiveness)
  • gúnineé n. song bird
  • gúno adj. some (a specific), such
  • gúrún v. to fear
  • hánica n. spoon
  • hanún v. to work
  • harr n. thin fog, sea mist, light rain
  • hasdho n. lake
  • hast n. bread
  • hastïn adj. wide
  • héash n. fuel
  • hechún v. to chop
  • héchún v. to turn, worry
  • heé conj. if
  • heék n. smith
  • héhawna n. rabbit
  • hék pn. it (inanimate things)
  • hëng part. uh! particle for disgust (post-positive, final)
  • héveth n. marsh
  • hew n. blanket
  • hewnaún v. to reach
  • híç adj. mute
  • hiéra n. grass
  • híhún v. to climb
  • híkti adv. thoroughly
  • híni n. place
  • hio part. yes, of course (post-postive)
  • hír adv. yet
  • hiún v. to look
  • hllach intj. damn
  • hllachún v. to swear, give word
  • hllólve n. seal
  • hni n. smell
  • hnuwún v. to help
  • hoï coord. or (incomplete)
  • hóni adj. common
  • hóra conj. because
  • horún v. to find
  • hórún v. to hear
  • hrakarr adj. severe
  • hron n. door
  • hu n. brain
  • num. ten
  • huçó mv. try (attemptive)
  • húf adj. heavy
  • hulión adj. hale, hearty
  • hún adj. silent
  • hunhewún v. to breathe
  • húop n. thought
  • hurr n. horse
  • hurr n. throat
  • hweï mv. will (future)
  • í part. nomilizing clitic, stative existential verb
  • ia adj. whole, entire
  • v. wheel
  • içún v. to steer
  • ícúwún v. to begin
  • íko n. turtle
  • íllún v. to pretend
  • ímai n. dress
  • ínaún v. to recall
  • íniç pp. with (in addition)
  • ísí adj. high
  • ísícún v. to rise
  • ísíson n. revenent, zombie
  • ísíyá n. noon
  • ïskún v. to stay, remain
  • íswosh n. spring (rising time)
  • ithonún v. to mail, send something
  • iún v. to happen, occur
  • i'ún v. to trim
  • ivan n. dream
  • ivanún v. to dream
  • íyá n. light
  • kall n. salt (collective noun)
  • kallin adj. white
  • kanta n. shell
  • karn adj. red
  • kárrllún v. to sit
  • karrt n. mast
  • karrt n. mode, way
  • karrún v. to answer
  • kash n. pole
  • kéal n. mussel
  • kee adj. pale
  • kéllún v. to share
  • ken n. name
  • khellún v. to return
  • ki part. also
  • kí’a num. eight, 8
  • kiçhhún v. to cause pain
  • kichiçún v. to scratch
  • kikúkikú n. sea urchin
  • kíll n. pond
  • killk n. lock
  • kíola n. flower
  • kíp n. wool
  • kirá adj. new
  • kirk n. boat
  • kírpi n. lichen
  • kíth n. sand
  • kíyaí n. gull
  • kla part. then, afterwards (post-positive)
  • kllirk adj. fishing (boat)
  • kllos adj. sad
  • koló n. helmet
  • kon n. wall
  • kópa pn. there
  • korg n. right (directional)
  • korí n. wrist
  • krá n. alcohol
  • krollía adj. rusty, stale, stiff, unused
  • krrho n. feather
  • ku n. day
  • kucignársún v. to mascerate
  • kullaleún v. to yell
  • kúmini n. anchovie
  • kúna n. tower
  • kungí n. ring
  • küní n. wife
  • künoé n. husband
  • kúnu part. please, consider it (=kúnu)
  • kúp mv. stop (abbortive)
  • kuplún v. to stop
  • kúripa n. louse
  • kwá pn. here
  • kyu part. genitive marker
  • lakés n. dinghy
  • lameéngún v. to smell
  • lamon n. building
  • lekúaún v. to pass
  • lelandún v. to gather (mostly abstract things)
  • lellún v. to lick
  • li pp. to, towards
  • liá n. seed
  • líaválo n. acorn
  • liáwa n. fruit
  • lip n. window-gap
  • lláckún v. to bet
  • llakash n. fishing pole
  • llallár n. fisher
  • llama n. llama
  • llamí n. fish
  • llamiáh n. freshwater fish
  • llamíko n. fish (singular)
  • llamún v. to catch fish
  • llár n. man
  • llárri n. humanity, men
  • Llárriésh n. the language
  • llef n. word
  • llénaún v. to live, exist
  • llevóda n. language
  • llevódaún v. to speak at length
  • llevódawel n. syntax
  • llevwel n. narrative
  • llhar n. bladder-wrack seaweed
  • llí adj. sweet
  • llié n. weed
  • llíe n. raspberry, hickey
  • llillún v. to commune
  • llíollún v. to pour
  • llíst n. false stone, basalt, volcanic rock
  • llistún v. to hunt
  • lliw n. snow
  • llollún v. to bore, tire
  • loaún v. to portion out, mete
  • lon n. blood
  • lóna n. sail, wing
  • lonén n. wetland
  • lopaní n. oyster, female genitalia (pejorative)
  • lost n. land (possesion)
  • lukiún v. to perch
  • machún v. to bite
  • madhe n. belly
  • mawon n. moss
  • mawún v. to bear
  • meents n. fat
  • meéún v. to soften
  • menéshún v. to huddle
  • méth pn. you
  • méthta pn. you (plural)
  • míç n. hut
  • micé n. cairn
  • mích n. hair
  • míéçún v. to lie (down)
  • miónún v. to tan
  • míwosh n. winter (poetic form)
  • mo pp. down
  • moan adj. safe
  • moánóth adv. safely
  • mol num. seven
  • mollin adj. black
  • món n. lord
  • morag n. army, militia
  • mu n. shit
  • part. bye
  • muánor n. kelp
  • muc pp. out of, away from
  • mucíkana n. sea otter
  • mucsyonéf n. skate (fish)
  • mucún v. to wipe
  • múlún v. to suck
  • mung n. mushroom
  • muningá n. hook
  • murrn n. old man
  • murrún v. to mutter
  • muténún v. to eat
  • mutíkanánák n. stone used to break open clams
  • mutíkanef n. detritus, nutrients
  • mutlopaníánák n. oyster shucker, cock
  • na pp. over
  • nabínún v. to sound
  • náeelún v. to send
  • nahí adv. again
  • naï n. grain
  • nak part. by (instrumental)
  • nakngí n. barnacle
  • nalla adj. kind
  • náo n. roof
  • naraíún v. to sleep
  • nato adj. strong
  • nátorún v. to bake
  • naü n. west
  • náún v. to keep
  • néa n. wood
  • nee adj. any
  • needú pn. anything
  • neéng n. gloaming
  • néfa conj. instead
  • nga'á n. sheep
  • ngachi adj. hard
  • ngádho n. pelagic open
  • Ngádhol n. Lord
  • Ngáth n. god
  • ngela adj. short
  • ngéo n. future
  • ngi adj. small
  • ngicrü n. lamb
  • ngíena part. optative particle (final)
  • ngíenún v. to wish
  • ngill n. child, minnow
  • ngilvu n. son
  • ngingvu n. daughter
  • ngi'ún v. to cut
  • ngo adj. all
  • ngosh n. nose
  • ngoull adj. fine
  • ngowng n. thunder
  • ngúci adj. thin
  • ngud n. rope
  • ngúd adj. sound
  • ngúdho n. river
  • ngul adj. dull
  • ngullí n. woman
  • ngullún v. to swallow
  • nguní n. deer
  • n. south
  • pp. at
  • níçhhún v. to forget
  • niekún v. to fit, be right
  • níen n. warmth
  • ník n. point
  • niná n. guinea pig
  • ninaún v. to lull
  • nis n. tall
  • níyo n. ill-will
  • nllónún v. to ponder
  • nóab n. wine
  • noénaún v. to live, abide
  • noh adj. dead
  • nolu n. back
  • nolwosh n. past
  • nom adj. full
  • nómyá adj. lustrous
  • nongá n. soul
  • nos n. chin
  • nót n. puss
  • noún v. to nap
  • n. broth
  • nuçhfinún v. to scatter
  • nuçhllára adj. scattered
  • nuná’o adj. pleasant, endearing
  • nurshún v. to toss
  • nuyún v. to push
  • ó conj. and
  • ô part. generic marker
  • óa n. eye
  • óá adj. near
  • oákún v. to make
  • óangi n. eyelet
  • óaún v. to see
  • odhoyá n. coal (mineral)
  • odhún v. to come
  • ófi part. because of this, for this reason (entailment)
  • oho part. resultive apodosis marker
  • adj. couple (dual)
  • ók part. deductive epistemic mood marker
  • ókyaw n. gannet
  • óll pp. in, among
  • óloún v. to founder
  • óna n. bird
  • ónda n. mountain
  • ong n. guts
  • ong adj. slow
  • onio pp. around
  • óniún v. to stare
  • ónniún v. to sew
  • ork n. canoe
  • otáns part. hypothetical marker
  • óún v. to end
  • ovaún v. to plan
  • pa part. as
  • padl adj. correct
  • páe n. cliff
  • páeán n. top of a cliff, plateau
  • pánún v. to farm
  • parr n. mooring
  • pát n. mouse
  • páu pn. that person (mesiodistal)
  • peéwún v. to seek
  • péniaún v. to walk upon
  • pepún v. to matter, count
  • peshilún v. to confuse
  • petl n. corn
  • petl n. snail
  • pichîrún v. tell
  • pikshún v. to sweep
  • piltún v. to stab
  • pínadhún v. to sleep
  • pínaún v. to play
  • pípún v. to kiss
  • pistou n. hill
  • piú n. finger
  • píwhún v. to split
  • plyená n. doll
  • pneún v. speech
  • pn. this (for indirect speech)
  • póanún v. to move
  • póçhhún v. to rage
  • pói pn. this person
  • póí pn. that person (mesioproximal)
  • poïn n. mud
  • polb n. mussel
  • poll n. corn
  • pollínún v. to count
  • póllli n. sargasso seaweed
  • porg n. stone outcrop in the sea
  • póro n. meat
  • poroún v. to weild
  • póu n. groin
  • prongaún v. to pray
  • prosh adj. sick
  • prosícotún v. to carve, shine
  • prúna adj. round
  • pshellt n. dock
  • n. floor
  • pücï n. gap
  • pumún v. to rub
  • radún v. to work, use
  • ram num. one, 1
  • rárr pp. through
  • raún v. to carry
  • reelán conj. instead
  • reeshïn adj. big
  • reínún v. to wake
  • rekún v. to grab
  • rew conj. maybe
  • rhídaún v. to betray
  • rhun n. grave
  • n. smoke
  • ribún v. to clothe
  • riç n. food
  • rím n. pelt, hide
  • ro part. no (ro+)
  • conj. so that (purpose)
  • ro- fix negative verbal prefix (ro+)
  • part. genitive marker
  • rohô part. nor
  • rol adj. bad
  • roliáwa adj. rotten
  • rolurr n. sore
  • romó num. three, 3
  • ron adj. dark
  • roüc n. limpet
  • rounú adv. no longer (temporal_
  • rrá adj. glad
  • rráï n. joy
  • rrhiónún v. to sail, fly
  • rrhískats n. heaven, sky
  • rrhíún v. to imitate, to make something like another
  • rrí part. so, "hwaet"
  • rrím n. skin
  • rrïú n. animal
  • rroa adj blind
  • rrodu n. nothing
  • rrogoy adj. impossible
  • rrohü adj. mindless
  • rrollar n. beast
  • rrosh v. wash
  • rroshll n. stew
  • rrü n. larch
  • ruçeé n. tired (mentally)
  • rum part. yes
  • rún pn. he, she (4th person)
  • rúnil n. ancestor
  • rúnódan n. people
  • rúono n. barrow
  • ruwéna n. moon
  • saeí adj. pretty
  • sdhi n. shrimp
  • seélla n. beauty
  • sek n. knife
  • selaún v. to excuse
  • selláún v. to lie (word)
  • sén mv. must (necessity)
  • seráw n. hillock
  • serr n. beach
  • serr part. please
  • serrún v. to please
  • serth n. grass
  • sha part. nevertheless (initial)
  • shánoh n. dead (metaphorical), changed
  • sheér n. toe
  • shï adv. soon
  • shíçisa n. snake
  • shíçú n. cheek, crest of a wave, ridge
  • shíçúlluch n. cheek bone
  • shiéna n. sun
  • shieshún v. to rise
  • shíeyá n. sunrise
  • shigeé adj. happy, in high spirits
  • shíkún v. to draw (out)
  • shing adj. fast
  • shing n. horn
  • shísam n. worm
  • shlleen n. battle
  • shllek n. ashes
  • sho n. heart
  • shóf adv. never
  • shoh adj. other
  • shorr n. chill
  • shost n. destruction
  • shostún v. to destroy
  • shoünún v. to swell
  • shouvún v. to wrap
  • shug n. bark
  • shunk n. pot
  • shunkún v. to throw
  • shúwa n. bench
  • shwee n. fin
  • sïdní n. pubic hair
  • sillún v. to run
  • siné n. pylon
  • skats n. home
  • skeell n. road, path
  • skimpá n. elder
  • skónu n. bowl, plate
  • skop n. bread
  • sleéshún v. to hoist
  • slla adj. each
  • sllo n. wake, trail (after)
  • sllodhún v. to follow
  • sllós n. rag
  • sló pp. while (=sló)
  • smee adj. smooth, depressed
  • sngeé adj. wild
  • sní adj. bright
  • son n. corpse
  • sóng n. nape
  • soronu n. tar
  • sorr n. harbor
  • sóshu n. cod
  • spaío adj. tall
  • spüún v. to seep
  • stenár n. rose bush, mistress
  • stón adj. wondrous
  • stüé n. cheek
  • suç n. leaf, hand
  • suha n. pebble
  • súmún v. to settle
  • sweéún v. to bloom
  • tádaï adj. many
  • tag pp. against
  • tagósh n. counter-current
  • ta'i num. six
  • tára n. memory
  • tardún v. to kill
  • tarhúi pp. outside
  • tarúda n. killer whale
  • taü part. well, so (initial)
  • taüngk n. shit
  • tee part. until, to the time
  • teén n. hearth
  • teengkún v. to contemplate at the expense of other activities, to daydream
  • teí n. piss
  • tétipún v. to ornament
  • téún v. to blink
  • tharkí n. whore
  • tharkún v. to die
  • thátuçaún v. to dive into
  • thelá n. yawl
  • théond n. blood, sap
  • thicík n. rain
  • thïm n. breast
  • thó conj. the reason
  • thó’naún v. to float
  • thobún v. to dig
  • thodhún v. to pour
  • thog adj. doughty
  • thoïn n. family
  • thon n. real stone, granite
  • thor n. north
  • thowún v. to dwell upon, think over
  • thrást n. winter (suppletive form)
  • thuanéna n. sea, ocean
  • thullár n. mermen
  • thungi n. dust
  • thunka mv. must (obligation)
  • thuón n. soil
  • thuonéna n. earth, land
  • thurr n. friend
  • thust adj. dirty
  • thuwóa pn. that person (distal)
  • thuwóá pn. that thing (distal)
  • tían n. shore
  • ticá n. tooth
  • tíee n. line
  • tik adj. sharp
  • tir n. crutch
  • tïr coord. or (complete, once)
  • tireún v. to pluck
  • tïs n., adj. yellow
  • tllínáún v. to sing
  • tllínina n. lullaby
  • tluch n. bone, branch, stick
  • tluchgorr n. crotch of a tree, body
  • tluchuro n. fork, derivation
  • tóngila n. tine
  • tór n. braid
  • torósh n. current
  • toün n. spear
  • trín n. port
  • trü n. ram
  • trüngull n. ewe
  • tsyoné n. squid
  • tuá n. island
  • tuá suffix toward (=tuá)
  • tuá suffix reflexive (=tuá)
  • tuáwí n. islet
  • túisún v. rest
  • túla num. two, 2
  • túmeth adv. together
  • tún pn. I, me
  • tunrrhí n. older brother
  • túnta pn. we, us
  • tuntíbe n. brother
  • tuntún v. to walk
  • tunva pn. mine
  • tunvá mv. may (potentiality)
  • tunyánti n. comet
  • túrikún v. to repair
  • tuvría n. bush
  • tyellínú n. weird, strange
  • ú part. the indefinite article
  • üç pp. for (instrumental)
  • ucoï mv. dare (dare)
  • uçta n. wrist
  • ücún v. to set
  • údho n. water
  • údhon n. ice
  • údhosh n. storm
  • údhoún v. to swim
  • üdhü adj. wet
  • uglla n. bear
  • uhoüún v. to wind
  • ukánún v. to give
  • úkti adj. final
  • úkti í n. finality
  • úktiún v. to finish
  • úlúnin adj. lean, skinny
  • ünt n. elbow
  • unuóï adj. long (temporal)
  • uóvak n. shark
  • uroka n. obtuse angle, outside
  • urr n. muscle
  • urrt n. bowl, vessel
  • urrúmí n. ache
  • üskún v. to go
  • uso adj. old
  • útrí n. fox
  • úyop n. week
  • adj. listless
  • wa’içdhéntún v. to eye greedily
  • wábá n. father
  • wáf adj. best (superlative)
  • wáhin n. doldrums
  • wan n. female genitalia
  • waréanaún v. to flow
  • wás part. that is, viz.
  • wash n. reed
  • wasíkán n. white pine tree
  • wátunt n. uncle
  • weïnún v. to build
  • wel n. road, path, fate
  • wélandíún v. to gather sustenance
  • wéldhon n. ship
  • weldhua n. whale-road, path of life, sea road
  • well adj. handsome
  • wén n. left (directional)
  • wéna n. bride
  • wericíki n. silver birch tree
  • wichún v. to sell
  • wídheó n. menstruation
  • pp. over
  • wók n. oats
  • wosh n. time
  • wuliún v. to thatch
  • wullhierawa n. thatch
  • wüpástïçún v. to flee
  • wúrún v. to weave
  • wusbún v. to sink
  • yádhon n. gold
  • yáícú n. morning
  • yák n. glint
  • yana adj., coord. worse (comparative pejorative)
  • yánti n. star
  • yantilskaún v. to bring home
  • yantilún v. to bring
  • yá'o n. ashes, coals
  • yáop n. flame
  • yáopún v. to flame
  • yarowún v. to chat
  • yáü n. fire
  • yaún v. to swim
  • yáún v. to burn
  • yáyas n. lightning
  • yela n. marriage
  • yelaún v. to marry
  • yen n. marsh
  • yená adj. warm
  • yenún v. to understand
  • yepeéshtoún v. to coil
  • yésh adj. few
  • yéshdaï adj. some
  • yéw n. thick fog
  • yi part. oh!
  • conj. although
  • yoi num. nine, 9
  • yoná n. bay
  • yów part. imprecative marker (post-positive)
  • yowúll n. face
  • yúçna n. pillar
  • yukún v. to grow
  • yuy conj. enough that, so that I was able
  • ʔah adj. fresh
  • ʔaháún v. to laugh
  • ʔicí adj. narrow
  • ʔun adv. down
  • ʔünskún v. to descend



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