páhki ADV maybe, perhaps ● Mutu, páhki mutu mus No, maybe he won’t. Putukunik mus páhki micuwak Maybe bread will they eat.
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páhkisu- VAI he is clean ● nupáhkis I am clean páhkisuw s/he is clean kupáhkisumun you and I are clean páhkisutuk Let’s be clean!
: páhkisush Be clean! sg : páhkisuq Be clean! pákisut that he is clean Uwisuwôkanuk Manto, áyuwi páhkisut, áyuwi páhkisut In the Name of God, the most pure, the most pure. pl
páhkito- VTI he cleans it ● nupáhkito I clean it páhkitôw s/he cleans it kupáhkitomun you and I clean it
: páhkitawush Clean it! sg : páhkitawoq Clean it! páhkitôk that he cleans it Nupáhkito nik asikiskôkush I clean my home daily. pl
natotum- VTA he asks him, questions him ● nunatotumô I ask him natotumáw s/he asks him kunatotumômun you and I ask him natotumutuk Let’s ask him!
: natotum Ask him! sg : natotumohq Ask him! nátotumôt that he asks him Natotum. Páhki wáhtôw, páhki mut Ask him. Maybe he knows, maybe not. pl
wihpqat- VII it tastes good, is good to eat ● wihpqat it tastes good wihpqatash they taste good wihpqáhk that they taste good wihpqáhks that they taste good Páhki ni wihpqat, wipi mutu mus numicun yo kisuq That sounds good to eat, but I won’t eat any today.
áyuwi ADV more (‘more’ in the sense of modifying qualities, not in quantities or activities – for the latter, see ôkutak) ● Uwisuwôkanuk Manto, áyuwi páhkisut, áyuwi páhkisut In the Name of God, the most pure, the most pure.