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tiqiritikiriSpelling Variant oftìqiri
tìqiritìkirivbe broken?sp. var.tiqirecrumb, small piece(?)tiqiricftiqiresp. var. oftìqiri
tiquitikʷin1brea, resinapine tar, resinArte, f33Confident2pezfish sp.Arte, f33Confident
tiretanunknown noun (kind of decoration)
totov1leave2putProbable3become?Tentative
*totovverb componentcomp.bisatocall upon give namevisavchamitotastechami chamivhebetofeed, sustain?vicatodisobeyicavmahatowithhold? offend (with mucu)maha2vpaquatotouchpaquav
-totoSpelling Variant of-tapart follows -hanima present
toca2tokavbe (emphatic)?Probable
toca1tokaadjsmall?Tentative
toco1tokov1exponer, desenmascarar,revelarexposeConfident2salir, aparecer, revelarsecome outQueniqe hecabanoqere, onaqùenta, nabucha reqe caqi, elatocohanimano, eneta teralamanta, hachia? So every morning that we see the sun come out, we owe thanks to God, who did this benefit for us.1627 Cat 1.1Often used for the rising of the sunConfidentCompoundabotocohigh pitch (with cuna)abo2ibine tocosonowater wheelibine3exceed?Probable4ocurrir, suceder, acontecerhappen, occurConfident5move awayTentativesp. var.tocòtoca
toco2tokonunknown fish or water animalheca, ninapichibota sontela caqi, ibine oyoma, cuyu, inereqeine homama, arecota, vchuco, siacatoco, ytorico chayoco, aquatiro l cunachuaco, chayoco abayco, caracasico, tanitoco, echacaco tococo. He provides us with fish in this water, and finished making 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.1627 Cat 1.3This animal appears on a list of sea creatures.1.6.1.5Water animalsConfident
tocòtokòSpelling Variant oftoco1expose come out exceed? happen, occur
tocomitokomivapproach?Tentative
tocopalatokopalanabrojo?thistle?Efa mano hachipile, eyoma piatanimano, ayasarulehecote arecati echeta nimano tocopalaco, chacaluco ayeco lotoqe fereqe motecote, haniheti, qè nimisohanima tomo hauemanta chocori, vrubimichuquimosima naquimosimano. When the dog smells another animal, The dog is so heated up with the scent when it smells the prey that it does not delay to run after it, although it is injured with thistles and thorns.Pareja 1627b:f015v-016v 1.1Probable
tocotimatokotimavexceedcomp. of-timopart of several verbs, meaning unclear (perhaps full of, characterized by)?
tohototohototohorov1touch, fondle?Probable2perch on? Tentativetohoro
tolatolanlaurellaurelTolapataficomp.tolapatafinpropname of a Timucua town
Tolapatafitolapatafinpropname of a Timucua towncomp. oftolalaurel
tolotolo1adjciegoblind2vshow
tolobatolobaadjopenConfidenttolobotolobosocomp.tolobosov1exposeMinecotama chinapaqebinco tolobosohache.Say (lit. “reveal”) first that which you had forgotten.2show3explain, declare
tolotimotolotimovdar un golpe?hit?Tentativecftoloto
tolototolotovstrike, hitOccurs twice in a passage where Moses strikes a rock with a rod and water comes out.cftolotimo
tolotolotolotoloRedupunknown redup (openly?)Tentative
tomahaputomahapuSpelling Variant oftumahaputhirtycomp. oftumahapu2
tomo1tomovunknown verb (hasten, hurry?)Tentative