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teesoto, n. laboratory, workroom
teka, n. sacrifice (ceremony; offering)
tekamiti, n. sacrificial animal
tekarire, n. sacrificial flower
tekasa, n. sacrifice, sacrificial ceremony
tekata, v. sacrifice; worship
tekavotusi, n. sacrificial offering
tekayuyu, n. sacrificial fruit
teke, n. weighing pan, scale plate
temata, v. pull; draw (a bow); fire (a gun)
teme, n. shell (of fruit), nutshell
temi, n. ankle
temo, n. shell (of coconut)
temuhi, n. locomotive
temuhikave, n. locomotive crew, driver or fireperson/engine assistant
temuhinakuhi, n. locomotive driver, engineer
tena (1), n. a talking bird
tena (2), n. anklet
tenata, v. parrot, repeat without understanding
tene (1), n. colostrum
tene (2), n. basics, fundamentals, introductory text or studies
teñeso, n. factory
teñeta, v. do, make
teñeye, n. task, assignment
teñi, n. fact
tenita, v. shave
tenituvu, n. (colloq.) felon, suspicious or untrustworthy person
teño, n. deed, act
teno, adj. high, tall
teñohipe, adj. industrial
teñohiperu, n. industry, large-scale production
tenopi (1), n. interest (on capital)
tenopi (2), n. heel (on shoe)
tenoro, n. raise, increase in height
tenoru, n. height, altitude, elevation
teñosune, n. verb (ling.)
tenota, v. heighten, elevate; raise
tenotenu, n. high relief
teñu, n. Rireinu eel, an eel-like fish
tenu, n. relief
tepe, adj. few, a few, several (but not many)
tere, n. fern
teri, n. tree fern
tero, n. snake
tese, n. cry, lamentation
teseta, v. weep, cry
teva, n. attraction
tevañu, n. temptation
tevañuta, v. tempt
tevata, v. attract
teve, n. nerve (anat.)
teveñara, adj. nervous
tevetimu, n. neuron, nerve cell
tevi, n. reference, allusion
tevita, v. refer to, allude to
teya, n. blade, edge
teyake, adj. sharp
teyatota, v. sharpen
teye, n. a kind of fruit, Rireinu mango
teyi, n. steel
teyu, n. prasad, divine bounty, part of sacrifice shared with worshippers
tiasuta, v. bite, bite off
tie, n. bite
tieñuta, v. chew
tieta, v. bite, chew
tietiño, n. chewing gum
tii, n. milk
tiita, v. milk
tika, n. Rireinu wombat
tiki, n. cake (food)
tima, n. comother, mother who didn't bear you, coparent
time, n. box, chest
timeho, n. chest of drawers
timeño, n. drawer
timi, n. (honey)comb; cell (electr.)
timipi, n. container
timita, v. keep, contain
timu, n. cell (biol.)
tiño, n. latex, milky sap
tiñoho, n. rubber, latex (as product)
tiñu, n. carbon monoxide
tinu, adj. placid, still, calm (as of water, wind)
tipa, n. drop
tipata, v. drip
tipe, adj. milky
tire (1), n. language; tongue
tire (2), n. string (of musical instrument)
tireoti, n. linguistics
tireotipiñi, n. linguist
tirereyepi, n. string instrument
tiri, n. butterfly, moth
tiro, n. cheese
tirokaru, n. casein
tirovehehutu, n. cheese omelet
tisi, n. linen, flax
tisu, n. viscountess
tita, n. member, limb (as of body)
titatuta, v. descend from sb
titatuya, n. descendant
titi, n. mother's milk

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