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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
susuta, v. fall
susutata, v. drop, spill, let fall
suta, n. feature, trait
sutaro, n. drawing, picture, sketch
sutata, v. draw, sketch
sute, n. saw
suti, adj. rare, uncommon
sutiru, n. rarity
sutiti, adv. rarely
suto, n. sketch, outline
sutota, v. sketch, outline
sutoviha, n. sketch pad
suu, n. mouth; river mouth
suvañara, adj. sunny
suvapi, n. frying pan
suvata, v. fry; shine (of a source of light), roast
suve, n. dry season
suyi, n. struggle, battle
suyita, v. struggle, combat
ta, pron. you, thou, 2nd person singular
taha, adj. sticky
tahata, v. stick
tahe, n. curd
tahi, n. nitrogen, N
taka, n. splinter
takata, v. shatter (tr.)
takatuta, v. shatter, splinter (itr.)
taketo, n. slit drum
tako, n. stare
takota, v. stare
taku, n. postal service; post, mail
takumaya, n. post office
takupiñi, n. letter carrier
takuta, v. post, mail, send by post
tama, n. applause, slap; praise
tamanasi, n. Tamanasi, a cephalophorous goddess
tamata, v. applaud, slap one's thighs rhythmically; praise
tamatama, interj. well done! splendid!
tame (1), n. measuring
tame (2), n. measurement, measure
tame (3), n. limit, end
tameta, v. measure
tami, n. glutinous rice
tamo, n. pin
tamu, n. thigh
taña, n. poem
tañata, v. perform taña
tañateta, v. write taña
tañaya, n. poet, taña poet
tane, n. trap

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