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vometa, v. take away, export
voña, n. perversion, sexual attraction across generations
vona, n. product
vonasi, n. production
vonata, v. produce, make, create
vopa, n. birth; origin, beginning
vopahoso, n. birthplace
vopapayu, n. birthday
voparo, n. giving of birth, delivery
voparota, v. bring to birth (the activity of a midwife or other person helping with the delivery of an infant)
vopata, v. be born
vopatata, v. give birth, bear
vopu, n. embryo; germ
vopupiñi, n. recruit (mil.)
voputa, v. begin
vora, n. theft
vorata, v. steal
voraya, n. thief
vore, n. billy goat
vota, v. take
vote, n. two-stringed fiddle
voti, n. grasp, grip
votopi, n. seat, thing to sit in/on
votosa, n. seat, way to sit, posture
votosahoso, n. seat, appointed place to sit: reserved seat, window/aisle seat
votosoto, n. living room, sitting room
votota, v. sit
vototeta, v. sit down
votu, n. act of bringing; import
votusi, n. present, thing to bring, gift
votuta, v. bring, import
vove, n. birth-blood
vuike, adj. living, alive
vuipiha, n. motion picture, movie
vuisa, n. life
vuita, v. live
vuitata, v. animate, revive; keep (an animal, a worthless associate)
vuiya, n. organism
vuki, n. grandmother, comother's birthmother
vuma, n. grandmother, comother's comother
vuñe, n. fraud; deceit
vuñeñuta, v. swindle, cheat
vuñepiñi, n. traitor
vuñeta, v. betray; deceive; let down
vuñu, n. disappointment
vunu, n. tower
vunuño, n. turret
vuñuta, v. be disappointed
vupi, n. organ
vuro, adv. again
vusu (1), n. examination (of a student)
vusu (2), n. inspection, investigation, examination
vusu (3), n. experiment; test, trial
vusu (4), n. trial by ordeal
vute, n. lower leg (between knee and ankle), shin
vuteruu, n. shinbone, tibia
vuvo, n. horn, antler
vuvu, n. horn (musical instrument), hollow cone
vuya, n. pain
vuyamomapi, n. analgesic, painkiller
vuyata, v. hurt (itr.), feel pain
vuyuñara, adj. harmful
vuyutata, v. hurt (tr.), cause pain, harm
yaha, n. magic
yahauhi, n. magician, sleight-of-hand entertainer
yahaya, n. mage, one who works with the supernatural by trying to bend it to her will
yai, n. earthworm
yakari, n. deep fried earthworms.
yako, n. exercise; rehearsal
yakoñu, n. practice
yakoñuta, v. practise, exercise; rehearse
yakota, v. exercise; practise
yakotata, v. drill; train; be a trainer
yaku, n. brush
yakuta, v. brush
yama, n. berry
yaño, n. list, catalogue
yano, n. rest (arm-, back-, foot-)
yañota, v. list, catalogue
yanota, v. lean, lean on sth
yara, n. foot, leg
yararava, n. leg irons
yararoko, n. infantry
yari, n. base
yarita, v. base
yaru, adj. basic, fundamental
yarumuva, n. cardinal number
yarupiñanasa, n. prime meridian
yasa, n. being, existence
yasata, v. smelt
yata, v. be
yatata, v. assume
yate, adj. oversweet, too sweet to taste good; (fig.) saccharine
yati, n. thirst
yatipe, adj. thirsty
yatita, v. thirst
yaya, adj. beautiful
yaya (2), n. being, creature
yayaru, n. beauty
yayavisapuru, n. fiction (literature)

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