Rireinutire Dictionary
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koyo, n. top, apex, peak
koyopata, n. keystone
koyovapi, n. General of the Armies, Admiral of the Navy (mil.)
ku, conj. like, as
kuha, n. baked goods, pastry, dumpling, biscuit, doughnut
kuho (1), adj. last, final
kuho (2), n. exa- prefix (1e18)
kuhoviusi, n. aspiration, glottal stop
kuka, n. tap, faucet
kukai, n. sextet, set of six, hexad
kuke, n. young animal, animal cub
kuki, n. sheath, scabbard
kuko, adj. young, new
kukoano, n. 31st day of Minaere month (only 10ru00 long)
kukoere, n. nova
kukoma, adj. junior, outranked (of two), younger
kukomi, adj. junior (of 3 or more), outranked, youngest
kukoro, n. youth, young person, teenager
kukoru, n. youth, young age
kukose, adj. childish, immature, juvenile
kuku, n. throat
kuma, adj. warm, agreeably hot
kumaritu, n. warm season, summer
kumaru, n. warmth
kumo, n. corporation, incorporated organisation
kumu, n. organised group, team, company
kuña, n. skill, trick, artifice
kuna, n. group, collective.
kuña (2), adj. artificial -
kuñateñoipe, adj. artificial, man-made
kuñe, n. nanny goat
kuñi, n. bicep (muscle)
kuni, n. Rireinu mountain goat
kuño (1), n. sweet and sour spice mix popular in Haru Province
kuño (2), n. atto- prefix (1e-18)
kuñu, n. battering ram
kunu, n. sign, mark, placard, road sign
kunuhipe, adj. remarkable, curious, notable
kunukave, n. celebrity, notable, VIP
kunuro, n. entry, item
kunusa, n. meaning, sense
kunusañara, adj. meaningful, important
kunusanopo, adj. insignificant, meaningless
kunuta (1), v. mark
kunuta (2), v. imply, mean, signify
kunuta (3), v. enter, record
kunuye, adj. significant, remarkable
kuo, adj. beyond; ultra-
kuoupe, adj. ultraviolet
kupa, n. statue, idol; statue with indwelling deity
kupuri, n. a wind instrument, long brass horn curving around the body of the musician
kura, n. wave
kurarisa, n. empress
kurarisase, adj. imperial
kure, n. tin, Sn
kuri, n. dung, manure, excrement, feces
kurikave, n. unreliable or untrustworthy person, bastard
kuripi, n. toilet, toilet bowl
kuriso, n. latrine, restroom
kurita, v. defecate, excrete
kuritota, v. fertilise, spread manure
kurivapa, n. rustic person 'one with dung between her toes'
kuro, adj. black
kuroima, n. smith, blacksmith
kuroreva, n. black hole
kusa, n. sneeze
kusata, v. sneeze
kuse, adj. far, distant, remote; tele- (as protheme in compounds)
kuseha, adj. (being, going) far away
kusehe, adj. (coming from) far away
kusehime, n. television
kusehimipi, n. telescope
kusi, n. league, unit of distance (500m)
kuta, n. jaggery, whole cane sugar
kutesuro, n. solution, decision
kutesuta, v. solve, decide
kuteta, v. unravel, take apart
kuto, n. pitcher
kutu, n. pitcher, customary unit of volume (1.25 litres)
kututa, v. unravel, come apart, be solved
kuu, adj. six
kuukomo, n. hexagon
kuuro, n. cube; cubic (compound protheme)
kuva, n. water jug with a long neck
kuya (1), n. a small burrowing forest mammal with poor eyesight
kuya (2), n. soldier (colloq.)
kuya (3), n. a domesticated food animal similar in build but unrelated to (1)
kuye, n. herder, shepherd
kuyekave, n. pastoralist, nomad
kuyeroko, n. pastoralist people, nomadic people
kuyeta, v. herd
ma, pron. I, 1st person singular
maha, n. tear
mahe, adj. in-, inner-
mahepepi, adv. inward
mahi, n. tongs, pliers
maho, n. inside
maka, n. granddaughter, wife's birthdaughter's birthdaughter
make, adj. whole, unbroken
makemuva, n. integer (math.), whole number

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