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ñutamimu, n. sense of smell
ñutata, v. smell, perceive an odour
ñuteta, v. sniff, smell, seek an odour
nuti, n. orbit
nutikeri, n. detour; diversion
nutita, v. orbit, by-pass, go around
ñuu, adj. ten; deca- prefix
ñuukave, n. dean
ñuuñiñoñu, n. decimal system
ñuupiñi, n. decurion, sergeant
ñuuri, adj. tenth, number ten (ordinal number)
ñuurini, adj. decimal, one tenth
nuvi, adj. numb
nuvita, v. numb, go numb (itr.)
nuvitata, v. numb (tr.)
ñuya, n. smeller, odorous thing
ohañara, adj. tired, weary
ohanopo, adj. tireless
ohata, v. tire, get tired (itr.)
ohatata, v. tire (tr.), tire out (another)
ohu, adj. thin
oka, n. mother-in-law, wife's birthmother
oke, adj. right (direction), proper
oku, n. eye
okuhi, n. eyeglasses, spectacles
okunova, n. eyelash
okupehu, n. eyelid
oma, adj. own
omasi, n. ownership
omata, v. have, own
omaya, n. owner
ome, n. clitoral hood
omi, n. ancestral shrine, home altar
ona, n. bracelet
oni, n. suck
onita, v. suck
onitata, v. nurse, give suck; breastfeed
oo, adj. straight, direct; correct, ortho-
ookeri, n. shortcut
ookoma, n. straightangle
ookomahipe, adj. orthogonal, rectangular
ookomo, n. rectangle
oovisoro, n. orthography
opata, v. walk
ope, n. duration
ope (2), adj. permanent -, durable -
opehasa, n. duration (period of time)
opeke, adj. lasting, durable
opeta, v. last, endure
ora, n. sausage, hot dog
ore, n. kid,  young goat (not a young person)
ori, n. period; series
oro, n. blow, strike, hit, trauma
orota, v. hit, strike
osa (1), n. size
osa (2), n. heap
osata, v. gather, collect; assemble
osi, n. wrist
oso, n. dew
osu, n. swamp, impassable swamp
ote, n. lesson, lecture, class, period of study
otepayu, n. schoolday
otesoto, n. classroom
oti, n. learning, doctrine
otihi, n. school
otikuna, n. institute, college
otiñara, adj. learned
otinopo, adj. uneducated
otipiñi, n. scholar, scientist
otirini, n. lesson, section of study
otiro, n. study, studying
otiso, n. high school
otita, v. learn
otitakipe, adj. instructive
otitaro, n. tuition, instruction; teachings; moral
otitata, v. teach, instruct
otitaya, n. teacher
otiteta, v. study
otiteya, n. student
otiya, n. pupil, schoolgirl; learner
otiyeya, n. school hairstyle, school uniform
oto, n. shower (bath; rain)
ova, adj. open-
ova (2), adj. open; off (electr.)
ovane, n. gap, opening
ovapi, n. key
ovaro, n. opening gambit, initial action
ovaru, n. openness
ovasuta, v. unlock, untie, open
ovata, v. open; switch off (electr.)
ove, n. door
ovo, n. labia, labia minora
oye, n. ear
pa, pron. he (masculine 3rd person singular)
pa (2), adj. male- (for animals that don't have a special term for the male)
paha, adj. bad
pahe (1), n. merit
pahe (2), n. income, earnings
pahe (3), n. just deserts
paheta (1), v. merit, deserve

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