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aqu- VAI he is clothed, dressed, gets dressed, wears (something) ● nutaq I am dressed aquw s/he is dressed kutaqumun you and I
: aqush Get dressed! sg : aquq Get dressed! áqut that he is dressed Pitkôs côhtam áqunuk She wants to wear a dress. Mukacuks aquw wáci kon The boy is dressed for snow. pl
aqunum- VTI he puts it on (of clothes), wears it ● nutaqunum I wear it aqunum he wears it kutaqunumumun you and I wear it
: aqunumsh Wear it! sg : aqunumoq Wear it! áqunuk that he wears it Cáqan átwun côci aqunum? Which pants should he wear? Pitkôs côhtam áqunuk She wants to wear a dress. Yo, aqunumsh ni. Here, put it on. pl
yupáqu- VAI he cries ● nuyupáq I cry yupáquw s/he is cries kuyupáqumun you and I are cry yupáqutuk let’s cry!
: yupáqush Cry! sg : yupáquq Cry! yupáqut that he is cries Yupáquw sômi ayunamawôw wuci kisqutuk sipo He cries because he was helped from the angry river. pl
wiwaqutum- VTI he talks about it ● nuwiwaqutum I talk about it wiwaqutum s/he talks about it kuwiwaqutumumun you and I talk about it
: wiwaqutumsh Talk about it! sg : wiwaqutumoq Talk about it! wiwaqutuk that he talks about it Iyo ‘ayômi’ tá ‘pahqaci’ wiwaqutumutuk Now let’s talk about “in” and “out”. pl
aquniwôqat- VII it resembles, looks like ● aquniwôqat it looks like aquniwôqatash have it look like áquniwôqáhk it looks like áquniwôqáhks they look like Wacuw aquniwôqat nokunáhs The mountain resembles my grandfather.