Rireinutire Dictionary
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epe, adj. former, late
era, adj. first, best, cherished, valued
eraemo, n. matriarch
erahaha, n. consort, ruler's wife
erakoñe, n. universe
eramumo, n. chief, queen, hereditary ruler
erañe, n. feast, festive meal
erañoko, n. Chief Sergeant, Chief Petty Officer (mil.)
eraotikuna, n. university
erapata, n. gemstone, jewel
erapiruya, n. chief mourner.
eraratosikona, n. Special Landing Forces; marine corps
erasanu, n. menarche, menarche celebration, Rireinu bas mitzvah
eratoho, n. artery, blood vessel
eravapi, n. General, Admiral (mil.)
ere, n. star
erehuka, n. nebula
ereoti, n. astronomy
ereotipiñi, n. astronomer
erepiha, n. constellation
ereyise, n. asteroid
eri, adj. first, number one (ordinal number)
eriotihi, n. primary school
eripayu, n. first day, 1pa.
eripuuya, n. president, first speaker
eririni, n. Rireinu "minute".
eriusa, n. first month, 1u.
ero, pp. earlier, before (in time)
eroemo, n. ancestor, foremother
eroke, adj. preceding, previous, former
erosa, n. precondition, requirement; condition
erosata, v. require, set as precondition
erosune, n. preposition (ling.)
erota, v. precede
eroya, n. predecessor
eru, adj. expensive, dear
esa, n. turn (literal or figurative: in the road, in the story)
esanasa, n. tropic
esata, v. turn (itr.), make a turn
ese, adj. clean
esekasu, n. cash, specie
eseta, v. clean
esiko, adj. turned; translated
esiro, n. turning; translation
esita, v. turn (tr.), turn over; translate
eso, n. boat
eta, n. jewel, ornament
ete, n. grain, cereal
etesa, n. culture
etesi (1), n. cultus, system of religious worship or ritual
etesi (2), n. cult, sect
etesi (3), n. care, cultivation
eteta, v. grow, farm, garden, cultivate
eteya, n. grower, cultivator
eti, n. horse, mare
etikeña, n. horseshoe
eva, n. wound
evata, v. be wounded
evatata, v. wound
eya, n. cut
eyata, v. cut
eyo, adj. early (as in early bird or early version)
ha, pron. she (rational 3rd person singular)
haa, adj. eight
haakomo, n. octagon
haha, n. spouse, wife
hahai, n. octet, set of eight, octad
hahapoya, n. family, wife and daughter
haho, n. yotta- prefix (1e24)
hai, interj. hey! excuse me! (polite) interjection; hello (communicator)
hakata, v. choke (itr.)
hake, n. hair, single hair, strand of hair
haketoho, n. capillary
hako, n. sandal
haku, adj. hundred; hecto- prefix
hakupiñi, n. centurion, captain (army)
hakurini, n. one hundredth; cent (currency); degree (temp.)
hama, n. flint; silicon, Si
hamapata, n. flint, flintstone
hame, n. straw
hamo, n. shovel, spade
hamota, v. shovel
hamu, adv. present (not absent)
haña, n. bull
hana, n. diamond
hañe, n. mission
hane, n. hair, body hair, facial hair, armpit hair; animal hair
hanehake, n. hair (single) of body or animal hair
haneñara, adj. hairy
hañi, n. oven
hani, n. gauntlet, protective glove
hañiso, n. bakery
hañita, v. bake
hañiya, n. baker
haño, n. yocto- prefix (1e-24)
hañu, n. missile
hanu, n. dish, vessel, crockery
hapa, n. tooth, prong (of a tool), fang
hapi, n. belief, faith
hapita, v. believe

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