yák NI sand ● yákôk in the sand Yo yák wutakáyuw The sand is wet. Nuyôpko punsháw yákôk My bracelet fell in the sand.
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iyaki- VII it is, it exists (not used with a location) ● iyaki it exists iyakish they exist iyakik that it exists iyakiks that they exist Wutôtunum shayak, qá náwáw iyakak cánaw kucohkônah He pulled down the robes and saw that it was only a doll.
-yakus NI DEP stomach, belly, guts ● muyakus someone’s belly muyakusash people’s bellies muyakusik in someone’s belly nuyakus my belly wuyakus his/her belly Nuyakus côci nukucusuto? Should I wash my belly? Mutu, páhsut kukucusutomô kuyakus No, we will wash your belly later.
-hpôyák NI DEP chest, breast (not a woman’s breasts) ● m’pôyákansh people’s chests m’pôyákanuk on a breast n’pôyák my chest pôyák his/her chest m’pôyák indefinite possessor Wámi nuwutakis, n’pôyák côci nukucusuto? I am all wet, should I wash my chest?
sayakat- VII it is difficult, hard ● sayakat it is difficult sayakatash they are difficult sáyakáhk that it is difficult sáyakáhks whenever it is difficult Awan. Sayakat nák It is foggy. It is difficult to see.
ayakunum- VTI he paints it ● nutayakunum I paint it ayakunum s/he paints it kutayakunumumun you and I paint it
: ayakunumsh Paint it! sg : ayakunumoq Paint it! ayakunumutuk Let’s paint it! áyakunuk that he paints it Nutayakunumun nik I paint my house. Nákum ayakunum manotá She is painting a basket. pl