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inihonoinihononmeal with which one works?Arte, f51. "la comida con que se hace algun trabajo" Seems to be a compound but I don't understand the components.Probable
ininoininon1sinpecadonaquenema cha nimanecocoletela terasinimantetiqua iniheti chinista chinahabaqualesta ni anoletemano cumepalinomate hebuanomate ininomate quenequa.And so I repent, [for] not wanting to do good, I commited sins against you and was far from you, and acted badly in lusts, and words, and actions2deedescrituracomp. ofini1 2commit-no1 1nmlzini1
ininotiininotindisaster, misfortune?Tentative
iniqe eneinike enevnoticeProbableiniqeyniqe
inisi2misprint ofinifihusband wife
inisi1vvstem
inoinontrabajoworksp. var.ynoworkunspec. var.ynowork
ino(ni)ino(ni)1vtrabajarlaborAnoco inonino namoquatima maha ine eyo nayuricomita chacali carema tuchemacamo chiqe abotomoqe yabi vichubi?Did you order laborers to be punished so as to have their arms broken, not for the sake of work, but for being angry? f186; g 1:1Probable2vpreparar comidaprepare (food)3nproblematroublesp. var.ynoneynoniinoniinoinoneinon
inocoinokonhonor, alabanzahonor, praiseProbableynoco
inosoinosov1serveProbable2workinos
inqueneinkʷene1nbe inferior2vunknown verbinquen
inquosoinkʷosovdesire? need?Tentativeynquos
intaintavbesp. var.ynta
intaribaintaribavfaltarsebe lackingEquela intaribalaAlthough there are not enough days or hours for thatArte, f19Confidentyntariba
-inteintensfxvocative suffix?Tentativente
intecointekoncause, reason?Tentativeynteco
intenointenonobject of comparison?Tentative
intiinti1ntabú, pecadortaboo, sinfulConfident2vrefrain fromProbable3nmaliciawickednessProbableitiinteyntiintaindi
inyfainifaSpelling Variant ofinifihusband wife
IoanioannJuanJuansp. var.IuanJuanioani
IobiobnJob (nombre)*JobBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
ioboioboSpelling Variant ofyobo1stone
iparuiparuvcomer, consumireat, consumeArte f130 'quebrar el maiz tostado entre los dientes, molello, comello'Tacachuleheco, qisaleheco, ulipassaleheco queneheta, ibiqitaleheco, hibeleco quenema iparubi cho?Did you eat any coal, dirt, or broken pottery, or fleas or lice?Conf, f1 1.1This is not the normal word for 'eat', which is he. Iparu is used only once in the corpus, when talking about eating non-foods such as dirt or insects.Confidentcfheipo2yperu
ipèipènespinathornConfidentsp. var.ĭpeǐpe
ĭpeĭpeSpelling Variant ofipèthorn?