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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 placesp. var.amaca
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
abaabavlesionar, perjudicarinjureyahinococomaqua abala.He injured himself with his own axe.Pareja 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
abagalaabagalavchapotear, remar paddleIbi 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
abayabainanimal de agua desconocido (quizás manatí)unknown water animal (possibly manatee)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 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 clothesConfident2vbe happy?Tentativeabì
abilaabilananimal pequeño desconocidounknown small animalThis is contained on a list of animals in the creation narrative. Perhaps raccoon, otter, opossum?Probable
abitimaabitimanpass (of time)Often used in the negative, with the sense 'soon' or 'shortly after'Tentativehabitim
abitoabitoSpelling Variant ofhabito*habit (religious clothing)
abo1abo1virun, walkTentative2vhave sex (with huta)3vbehave in a certain way?Tentative4vknow?Tentative
abo2abo1nubicacion altahigh locationConfident2ncieloheavenCaqi abo, ano eatema, chi ahodelesibotanchu, nàna, ocorosota, Dios areconima, yanqua Capitani chieta ano, yayileta, aricoqe virosa teracocoleta, minesimi eneqe anoterunumate naquenta, yayiletenomate naquenta mosota mine, yayi, nechenomaqua, ano, aneqetileta, ano, acochatileta. The fall of Lucifer and its consequences and how they were thrown from Heaven and landed in hell, and how through envy we will not enjoy what he left. And so one taught that there were many Gods here in Florida, as in other parts of the heathen world, and because of this, Lucifer sent demons from hell made captains, saying "Look well, you see that I am imprisoned in this sentence, so I cannot go; go work people and with trickery bring them to me here, for it is not fair that they go there to the place that I fell from, since they are so wretched and I am so fine" (thus says Saint Vincent Ferrer en La Dueña)I previously told you about the the ones who lived in heaven ... when God made them all together, he made one Captain who was a strong person, a very handsome and good man.. he looked at himself [?] as good and strong... and he was a proud and haughty personPareja 1627a:f013r-15v 1.1Confident3adjtall, giantConfidentabuoavohabuoabò
aboloabolovraise Ano amitimamano, Itimileno Sacerdoteleta amitimi michu, nihelamanda, Purgatorioma hibuatela, manda equelareqe, na Missa chietequa pilaniqi yahareqe hiereba nacaquino michu chotota, ichuniqe balunimano, anamitima michu Missaletequa Hostiama aboloqe eyobeta caqùino faye michu yeroconisiqemanela. Afterwards it was learned that his brother Germano the priest said a mass for his soul every day, as if he were dead and in purgatory, and at the time of lifting the host, the chains that held Imma fell away.Pareja 1627b:f275v-275r 1.1Often found in passages discussing raising the Host during Mass.Confident