wáh PREV may or can; combined with a verb it shows possibility ● Nákum wáh ôqatantam He may recompense it.
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wáh- VTA he knows him ● nuwáhô I know him wáháw s/he knows him kuwáhômun you and I know him
: wáh Know him! sg : wáhohq Know him! wáhôt that he knows him Nákumôw nuwáhô, yotay apuwak I know them, they are right here! pl
wáhto- VTI he knows it ● nuwáhto I know it wáhtôw s/he knows it kuwáhtomun you and I know it
: wáhtawush Know it! sg : wáhtawoq Know it! wáhtôk that he knows it Yo wôk wáhtawush, mawmacish kiskash nunuqi qôpáyuwôkansh pish piyômush This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. Manto wiko sômi wáhtôw wámi cáqansh God is good because he knows all things. pl
awáhcá- VTI he uses it, uses something ● nutawáhcá I use it awáhcá s/he uses it kutawáhcámun you and I use it
: awáhcásh Use it! sg : awáhcáq Use it! awáhcátuk Let’s use it! áwáhcát that he uses it Awáhkômsh takôk tumusum wutqunsh Use the hatchet to cut the branches. pl
yumwáh- VTA he fills him ● nuyumwáhô I fill him yumwáháw s/he fills him kuyumwáhômun you and I fill him yumwáhutuk Let’s fill him!
: yumwáh Fill him! sg : yumwáhohq Fill him! yumwahôt that he fills him Qá yumwahak môcanatamowôk tá qihqinanatamowôk And they were filled with wonder and amazement. pl
natawah- VTA he visits him ● nunatawahô I visit him natawaháw s/he visits him kunatawahômun you and I visit him natawahutuk Let’s visit him!
: natawah Visit him! sg : natawahohq Visit him! nátawahôt that he visits him Nahunshásh! Táput ni kunatawahi Goodbye! Thanks for visiting me. pl