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saneta, v. advise, counsel
sanevisa, n. Book of Sayings, one of the classics of Pure Land
sañi, adj. thick
sani, n. ash
saniñara, adj. ashy, full of ash, ash-covered
sanise, adj. ashy, ash-like
saño, adj. cruel
sañu, n. bed (furniture)
sanu, n. menstruation
sanuta, v. menstruate
sape, n. forehead
sapi, n. join, seam
sapinopo, adj. seamless, without internal weaknesses
sapita, v. join into, be attached
sapitata, v. join together, attach
sapu, n. Rireinu rose apple, similar to Syzygium cumini
sapuru, n. ansible
sara, n. cake (solid, shaped mass)
saraka, adv. that much
sare, n. ashlar, building stone, cut block of stone
sarepiñi, n. stonemason
sari, n. pole dancing school, martial arts dojo
sari (2), adj. fierce
saro, adv. then
saruhi, n. placenta
sasa, n. smoke
sasata, v. smoke, emit smoke
sasatata, v. smoke, preserve with smoke
sase, n. scissors
sata, adj. shy, timid
sate, n. a hemp-like plant, source of fibre, oil, and a narcotic
sati, pp. as far as X, all the way to X
sato, n. butter
satuta, v. continue (itr.)
satutata, v. continue (tr.)
sava, n. gamble, game of chance
savata, v. gamble
save, n. menstrual blood
savo, n. chance, accident
savu, n. tobacco
saya, n. kata, set of martial arts moves; drill
saye, n. rain
sayemupa, n. umbrella (for rain)
sayeñara, adj. rainy
sayeñoku, n. rainforest
sayeta, v. rain
sayu, n. snail, gastropod
se, pron. they (inanimate 3rd person plural)
see, adj. seven
seekomo, n. heptagon
seha, n. Rireinu jackfruit
sehe, n. sistrum
sehi, n. gauze, insect netting
seho (1), n. ascetic, hermit, nun
seho (2), n. zetta- prefix (1e21)
sehohi, n. hermitage, monastery
sehomaya, n. monastery, hermitage (a building)
sehu, n. dune, sand dune
sekañapi, n. soda fountain
sekaraasa, n. soft drink
sekaro, n. recreation
sekata, v. refresh
seke, adj. hot; cooking hot, uncomfortably hot
sekeru, n. heat
seketa, v. boil, be boiling (itr.)
seketata, v. boil sth, cause to boil; heat
seme, n. field for cultivation, non-flooding
semepati, n. dry terrace
semi, pp. for, because of, in order to
seña, n. milliard, one thousand million; billion (short count)
sena, n. wall
señe, n. Señe, goddess of messengers, messenger of the gods
seneta, v. stop, discontinue (itr.)
seño, n. zepto- prefix (1e-21)
senohoso, n. hermitage, place where an ascetic lives
senohota, v. renounce the world
senota, v. quit, give up, reject, refuse (tr.)
señu, n. cousin, parent's sister's daughter; any relative not old enough to be called sama
senu, adj. thousand
senupiñi, n. colonel
senurini, adj. one thousandth
sepa, n. hoof (cloven)
sepero, n. change
sepeta, v. change (itr.)
sepita, v. swap
sepo, n. fat, grease
sera, n. seat of honour, curule chair, throne
sere, n. bran, rice bran
seri, n. milli- prefix
sero, n. week
seru, n. breed, species; kind, sort, type
sesa, n. fever
sesai, n. septet, set of seven, heptad
sete, n. soda, carbonated soft drink
seva (1), n. connection, union
seva (2), n. combination
seva (3), n. a discipline similar to yoga
seva (4), n. sum, total
seve, adj. con-, syn-, sth accreted or combined by intentional agent
sevepanu, n. synthesis

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