-iyan NI DEP tongue ● miyan someone’s tongue miyansh some people’s tongues miyanuk on someone’s tongue niyan my tongue wiyan his/her tongue kiyanunônash our (yours and mine) tongues Kisqutuyôn, tápatáw niyan When I am angry, he cools my tongue.
iyáni ADV all sorts of, of every kind ● Iyakish iyáni citsak There are many kinds of birds.
iyo ADV now alternate: yo ● Iyo aquwak kukucohkônunônak Our dolls are dressed now. Nik natawahamutô iyo Let’s go visit my house now.
-iyok NA DEP wife ● niyok my wife niyokanak my wives niyokanuk on my wife wiyokanah his wife kiyokanunônak your and my wives wiyokanuwôwah their wives Niyok witukusqáh nákum, tá wáhsukah She is my wife’s sister and her husband.
-iyum NA DEP sister-in-law (originally, 'cross-sibling-in-law') ● niyum my sister-in-law niyumak my sister-in-laws niyumuk on my sister-in-law wiyumah his/her sister-in-law kiyumunônash your and my sister-in-law Niyum yo tá wáhsukah This is my sister-in-law and her husband.
-iywi NI DEP navel, bellybutton ● kiywinônash our navels kiywik in my navel Puqi yumwáyi niywi Ashes filled my navel.