Rireinutire Dictionary
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sohaya, n. recipient
soho, n. gun, firearm
soi, n. sound (audible), noise, voice
soihe, n. vote, polling, election
soiheta, v. vote
soikura, n. sound wave
soiro, n. sound, phoneme
soirooti, n. phonology
soita, v. pronounce
soka, n. exchange, trade, swap, change
sokakasu, n. change, money given in exchange; small change, petty cash
sokata, v. exchange, trade, change, swap
some, n. finger
somi, n. fin
somo, n. pillow, cushion
sona, n. tar
soñata, v. wake up (itr.)
soñatata, v. wake (sb, sth) (tr.)
soñi, n. horizon, horizontal
soño (1), n. small or dark room (of a house), closet
soño (2), n. store-room; shed
soño (3), n. cell (of a prison)
soo, conj. if
sopa, n. bath
sopahi, n. bathhouse
sopasoto, n. bathroom
sopata, v. bathe
sopu, n. peace, harmony
sopu', interj. hello, goodbye, greetings
sopuro, n. greeting, salutation
soputa, v. greet, salute
sora, n. pith
sori, adv. too much, excessively, to excess; excess (compound form)
soro, n. absence-of-pain
sose, n. highway, paved road
sosi, n. lard
sosota, v. condemn
sosu, n. sky, heaven
sosuere, n. Sosuere, Ano VII, 'star of sky'
sosuñisi, n. horizon
sota, v. get
sotañu, n. shopping
sotañuta, v. shop
sotaresi, n. purchase price
sotaro, n. purchase, shopping
sotata, v. buy
sote, n. rescue
soteta, v. save, rescue
soti, adj. difficult, hard, challenging
sotiru, n. difficulty, problem, challenge
soto, n. room, chamber
sotokuna, n. set of rooms, suite, apartment
sovi, n. savings
sovita, v. save, conserve
sovo, n. kazoo
soya, n. confluence of rivers
soyo, adj. con-, syn-, sth accreted or combined naturally, without agent
soyoime, n. synonym
soyoseva, n. correlation
su, n. mouth, opening (compound form)
suha, n. mouse, rat
suka, n. temporary shelter, tent
sukatapa, n. tent cloth, tarp
suketa, v. discuss, speak of
suku, n. Rireinu breadfruit
sukuna, n. river delta
suma, n. magnet; lodestone
sumase, adj. magnetic
sumaseru, n. magnetism
sumiapa, n. a burrowing lagomorph common in Sumiapa Province
sumu, adj. auspicious
sumupuñe', interj. welcome back!
sumuturi', interj. welcome!
suna, n. dairy
sune, n. word
sunekosa, n. dictionary (poet.)
sunekuna, n. vocabulary, lexicon
sunepiñi, n. minister, mandarin; 'one who has (a way with) words'
suneruño, n. stem (grammar); also ruño for short
sunevisa, n. dictionary
sunota, v. say
suñu, n. discussion, conversation
sunu, n. lady (title of nobility)
suñuta, v. discuss, converse
supa, n. direction, way; course
supañusa, n. plan
supañuta, v. plan
supata, v. head for, face towards (itr.)
supatata, v. aim towards (tr.)
supota, v. treat
supu, n. insect
sura, n. flow, high tide
sura (2), adj. tidal
surapaye, n. tide
surata, v. flow, rise (tide)
sure, n. intestine(s), bowels
suri, n. grated stuff
surirava, n. grater
surita, v. grate, scrape
susu, n. fall, event of falling

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