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Ayepacanoncomponent of a mission name9.7.2Name of a place
Aspalagancomponent of a mission name9.7.2Name of a place
Apalonpropname of a Timucua town9.7.2Name of a place
Acueranpropname of a Timucua town9.7.2Name of a place
Ayubascanpropname of a Timucua town9.7.2Name of a place
Afuycancomponent of a mission name9.7.2Name of a place
Ayacutonpropname of a Timucua town9.7.2Name of a place
Apaluanpropname of a Timucua town9.7.2Name of a place
Amacanpropname of a Timucua lake9.7.2Name of a place
Anacabilanpropname of a Timucua town9.7.2Name of a place
Aratoboncomponent of a town name9.7.2Name of a place
Avinonpropname of a Timucua town9.7.2Name of a place
Asaoncomponent of a mission name9.7.2Name of a place
abaabavinjurelesionar, perjudicaryahinococomaqua abala.He injured himself with his own axe.con la propia hacha se hirióPareja 1614:22 10.1The example seems secure, but it is odd that a word like 'injure' should appear nowhere else in the corpus.Hapax Legomenon
abagalaabagalavpaddlechapotear, remar Ibi abagalata nayeno ticoma piluabe tileqe ibinaqe elota piluhauetila manda bohota elofibi cho?In passing with the canoe a rock ledge (barra ó vaya) and there being a surging of the sea, did you whistle at it for not getting upset?f131; gI 1:1Probable
abatiabatiadjnear?Occurs only once, but contrasted with vio 'far'.Hapax Legomenon
abayabainunknown water animal (possibly manatee)animal de agua desconocido (quizás manatí)heca, ninapichibota sontela caqi, ibine oyoma, cuyu, inereqeine homama, arecota, vchuco, siacatoco, ytorico chayoco, aquatiro l cunachuaco, chayoco abayco, caracasico, tanitoco, echacaco tococo. He provides them for us and made each fish in the water, the whale, the siacato, the alligator, the chayo, the aquatiro or cunachua, the chayo, the abay, the corvina, the tanito, the mullet, and the toco.[no corresponding Spanish]Pareja 1627:f26v-27r 1.3Acuco, vtinale, aparota, naqua, mostachiqe, chapico, cuiuco, abayco acunaqua mosta [Fol 15v] hachiqe, moqe hachipileco, utinalamoqe. the moon is Utina, and therefore they worship it, they say, the idol, the fish, the abay, are all [gods] they believe; they say [there should be?] ceremonies, and they say that an animal is Utina.Pareja 1627a:f013r-15v 1.24This animal appears on a list of creatures that live in the water. The quote that discusses idolatry lists fish and abay separately, suggesting that the abay is not a fish, but another kind of animal. Archaeological considerations suggest manatee as a possibility. animalsConfident
abeyahinoabejahinonunknown nounQueniqe Diosima Adanimate, Euamate hity matequenequa anoyahareqe nacalubosonima ahosta, naquana nayoba Parayso vtiteracoco michu hono vlaca cumota fatema narutuquatamoqe vti eyo vtibeqetaco, poro poroco, abeyahinoco, ypèlaco, apacha isticocumota fatema cheyabohaue. So when God had pronounced the sentence to Adam, Eve, and the Devil, then he ordered Adam to leave Paradise, and he gave him .. the land there in front of him, that he work on it all the days of his life, and earn his living in that way Pues auiendo Dios pronunciado la sentencia à Adam, y Eua, y al Demonio, luego le mandò salir à Adam del Parayso, y le diò ora tierra alli de frente del, y que lalabrase todo el tiempo de su vida con que la trabajase, y aßi mereciese el sustento in laborib<us> comedes ex ea Gen<esis> 3. & in sudore tuo. &c.1627 Cat 1.1This is always coordinated with ipe or ipela, and seems to refer to some kind of trouble or difficulty.Tentative
abiabi1vtwear, put on clothesConfidentcomp.abino1clothes2vbe happy?Tentativeabì
abilaabilanunknown small animalanimal pequeño desconocidoThis is contained on a list of animals in the creation narrative. Perhaps raccoon, otter, opossum?Probable
abino1abinonclothestrajehitimano anoyaijma amuna abinoleheco mosota Emperador naminosta niama isonimichu caquenela "calubosonolehela" masiqe, §The Demon in image and dress of a doctor accused her of this grand crime before the Emperor.el Demonio en especie y traje de doctor la acuso de este grande crimen delante el Emperador Conf, f1 1.2Confidentbinecomp. ofabi 1wear-no1 1nmlz
abino2abinonpardon?Appears with nate mani(si) in several passages about pardon.Probablebine
abitimaabitimanpass (of time)Often used in the negative, with the sense 'soon' or 'shortly after'Tentativehabitim
abitoabitosp. var. ofhabito*habit (religious clothing)
abo1abo1virun, walkTentative2vhave sex (with huta)3vbehave in a certain way?Tentative4vknow?Tentative