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yimeta, v. flow, stream, run
yiña, n. hook
yinañara, adj. sleepy
yinanopo, adj. sleepless
yinasoto, n. bedroom
yinata, v. sleep
yiñe, adj. random
yiñemuva, n. random number
yiñi, n. chaos, perversion of social order, abomination
yise, adj. thing-like, -oid (compound form of yise)
yisepe, adj. hungry
yiso, n. hunger
yisota, v. hunger
yisovari, n. famine
yiye, n. bend
yiyi, adj. bent, twisted
yiyita, v. bend, twist (itr.)
yiyitata, v. bend, twist sth (tr.)
yiyo, n. twist
yo, conj. interrogative particle
yoe, n. river
yoekora, n. river head, outlet of a lake or pond
yoha, adv. where, whither (interr.)
yohe, adv. whence, where from (interr.)
yoke, n. hoof (equine)
yoki, pron. which, what (interr.)
yokise, adj. like what, what kind (interr.)
yokiyoki, n. placeholder noun, whatchamacallit
yoku, pron. who (interr.)
yokuyoku, n. placeholder name, NN, whatsername
yoma, n. thing of safety or protection
yomahipe, adj. safe, secure
yomahiperu, n. safety, security
yomata, v. keep safe, secure
yomi, adj. secret
yomiya, n. secretary
yoni, n. facial expression, face, look
yoñi, adv. why (interr.)
yoniñara, adj. expressive
yonita, v. grimace, make a face
yopo, n. coffee
yopohi, n. cafe, coffeehouse
yopoñoti, n. caffeine
yopopiñi, n. coffee vendor
yora, n. dance; march; close order drill
yoraka, adv. how much (interr.)
yoro, adv. when (interr.)
yota, n. aluminium, Al
yote, adv. how (interr.)
yu, interj. alas!
yuhapi, n. conductor, conductive substance or thing
yuhata (1), v. guide, direct
yuhata (2), v. conduct
yuhaya (1), n. leader
yuhaya (2), n. conductor
yuka, n. hair, head hair
yukaere, n. comet
yukahake, n. hair (single) of head hair
yuma (1), n. bucket
yuma (2), n. Human, Terran
yumakave, n. human (person, species)
yumamiya, n. Earth (planet)
yumatire, n. Terran, English (language)
yume, n. juice
yumi (1), n. tendon, sinew
yumi (2), n. bowstring
yumi (3), n. chord of an arc
yumitame, n. geometry
yunata, v. kill
yuneta, v. fight
yuño, n. guide (book or person)
yuno, n. paint
yuñone, n. signal, direction (on a sign)
yuñopi, n. traffic light, signal installation
yunoro, n. painting, picture
yuñota, v. guide
yunota, v. paint
yuñoya, n. guider, one who gives directions
yunoya, n. painter
yure, n. root
yureta, v. uproot, dislodge, evict
yuretuta, v. be uprooted, fall off; grieve
yuri, n. Yuri the All-Mother, creator goddess
yuso, conj. if only
yuta, n. clay
yutakaru, n. ceramics
yutakive, n. clay pot, cooking vessel
yutaro, n. pottery
yutaropura, n. potter's wheel
yutaroya, n. potter
yute, n. luck, fortune
yuti, n. life force, mystic energy; force of nature
yuto, n. body paint, cosmetics
yutu, n. red ochre; excusable (of a lie)
yuu, n. fruit (abstract); benefit, result
yuuñara, adj. fertile
yuva, n. grain, caryopsis
yuvakuna, n. granary
yuvu, n. fruit (concrete)
yuvuteta, v. pick wild fruit

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