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vañinopo, adj. necessary; essential
vañinoporu, n. necessity
vañita, v. avoid; escape
vaño, adj. hasty
vañoru, n. haste
vañota, v. be hasty
vañotata, v. hasten
vapa, n. toe
vapi, n. general, admiral (mil.)
vapu, n. yielding; evasion
vapunopo, adj. unavoidable, inevitable
vaputa, v. avoid; yield; evade
vara, n. vomit
varata, v. vomit
vare, adj. light (shade or colour)
varetaro, adj. pink
vari, n. emergency, distress
varo, n. light (visible electromagnetic radiation)
varopi, n. lamp, light fixture
varopihe, n. photography
varota, v. light (up), illuminate, shed light (tr.)
varoyeni, n. light year, the distance light travels in one Rireinu year
varu, n. sword
vasa, adj. anti-, counter-
vasaime, n. antonym
vasañeña, n. antigravity
vasapanu, n. antithesis
vasapepi, adv. toward, against, facing, across from
vasaro, n. reply, response, answer
vasata, v. reply, respond, answer
vase, n. left
vasi, adj. impure, unclean
vaso, n. sickle
vasu, n. responsibility, liability
vasuñara, adj. responsible
vasunopo, adj. irresponsible
vati, n. sail
vatita, v. sail
vatiupi, n. sailing harness
vatiya, n. sailor
vato, n. side, flank
vatoruu, n. rib
vatoyoe, n. tributary (river)
vatu, n. mail mitten used especially with uru
vatuhi, n. matelot, sailor; other ranks (not commissioned officers) in the Navy (mil.)
vava, adj. lavender
vaya, n. arrow
vayi, n. war
vayihape, adj. warlike
vayikave, n. soldier; other ranks (not commissioned officers) in the Army (mil.)
vayikuna, n. host (mil.)
vayinaña, n. tank; chariot
vayipiñe, n. military officer (commissioned or non-commissioned) (mil.)
vayipiñi, n. war leader
vayita, v. wage war
vayiya, n. belligerent (party)
vayuhi, n. warrior
vehe, n. egg
vehehutu, n. omelet
veheta, v. lay egg(s); (fig.) make a mistake
vehetupo, n. scrambled eggs
veho, n. kidney
veka, n. Private (mil.), soldier
veki, n. steppe
veku, n. kick
vekumisu, n. kickstart
vekuta, v. kick
vema, n. comparison; simile (gramm.)
vemanopo, adj. priceless, exquisite, terrific; superlative
vemata, v. compare
veme, n. item of a warrior's kit
vemekaru, n. item of military equipment
vemekave, n. conscript
vemene, n. equipment
vemenekuna, n. outfit, kit
vemeñuta, v. equip, furnish
vemeta, n. equip, furnish
vemeupi, n. equipment webbing, combat vest
vemo, n. ship
vemohase, n. captain, shipmaster, shiplady
vemokuna, n. fleet
vemuhi, n. shipmaster, captain
veno, n. outdoor shrine, site of worship without a roof.
veño, n. net
veñokuna, n. network
veñotapaya, n. net-weaver
venuhi, n. person tending a veno, priest
vepa, adj. low, shallow
vepañuta, v. creep, crawl
vepañuya, n. reptile
veparesi, adj. cheap, inexpensive
vepatenu, n. low relief, bas-relief
vere, adj. chunky, of lumpy consistency, uneven
veri, n. poison, toxin
verihipe, adj. poisonous, toxic
verita, v. poison
vesa, n. granddaughter, wife's birthdaughter's wife's birthdaughter
vesi, n. pumice
vesu, n. path; tread-
vesumuri, n. treadmill

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