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Word of the Day: CuqelaN2
n. condylous bone, bone of fauna exclusive of fish
-a, suf. imperative suffix
-an, suf. locative focus (on verb), marking location (on noun)
-Cu, suf. 2pl deixis and spatio-temporal reference: that, there, then
(n)-anu, pron. what
(qa)lima, n. hand
(si)-ima, pron. who
a, par. hesitation particle
aCab, n. a cover
aCas, adj. high, tall
aCay, n. death
adaS, v. bring, take along
adawiN, adj. far
adi, adv. no, not
ai, int. interjection, exclamation of surprise, incredulity, etc
ajem, n. heart, mind
aken, pron. 1sg oblique
aki, n. grandfather, ancestor
aku, pron. 1sg nominative, I
ala, v. take
alap, v. take, fetch, get
alim, v. forget
aluja, v. padd;e
alujah, n. ant sp
am(e)qin, adj. all, finished
amen, pron. 1pl ex oblique
aNak, n. child, offspring, son, daughter
aNay, n. termite, white ant
aŋkup, v. put in cupped hands
apa, v. carry on the back
apu, n. grandparent/ grandchild (reciprocal)
apuR, n. betel chew
aRi, v. come, toward the speaker, let’s go!
asu, n. dog
ata, pron. 1pl incl possessive pronoun: our
aya, int. exclamation of annoyance, surprise, etc
aya (2), n. father's sister
b-aR-eŋbeŋ, n. buzz
b-in-ahi, n. woman, wafe
b-in-elaq, v. have been split, cloven in two
b-in-uRuk, v. have become rotten
b-um-aliw, v. buy
b-um-asuq, v. wash
ba-bahi, n. woman, female
baba, v. carry a person pick-a-back, ride pick-a-back
babaw, n. upper surface, top, highlands, on, upon, over, above
babuy, n. pig
baCaj, n. a species of millet
bahi, n. woman, female
bajaq, v. know
bajaq (2), v. know, understand, ask, inquire

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