Timucua - English


iso2isov1have, holdtener, sostener, mantenerArte, f14 'dicho' Arte, f20Confident2make; dohacer, realizarArte, f14 'dicho' Arte, f20Confident3useutlizar, usar, Arte, f14 'dicho' Arte, f20Confidentcomp.isono terabenefitcf-co4suffix on adjectival predsisticodo evil-tiysosoYsoysaisoysYsisisa
isoniisonipostsake, behalf
isono teraisono teranbenefitbeneficioysonoteracomp. ofiso2 3useteragood
isticoistiko1nevilmaloIsticolete inemima nibalubuonihabue nimobuotemano, hachaquene isticonco nibalubuonihabue?From which evils do we ask that God deliver us when we say 'and deliver us from evil'?De que males pedimos que nos libre Dios quando dezimos, mas libra nos de mal?Pareja 1612:38v-39r 1.12vdo evilConfident3vsufferConfident4adjbadConfidentcf-co4suffix on adjectival predsiso2have, hold make; do use-tiistecoysticoyisticoistocosp. var.isticòcomp.cumesticosadisticohiyoscorn, treat contempuously
isticòistikòsp. var. ofisticodo evil
isticocoistikoko1ntormenttormentoqe hiti pahama isticocosono caremichu?Oh what torments there are in hell!‎‎a que tormentos ay en el infiernoArte f008Confident2adjbad-tastingConfident3adjbadConfidentysticoco
isticocobaistikokobaRedup Adjvery bad
isticohiyoistikohijovscorn, treat contempuouslyProbableisticohioysticohyocomp. ofisticodo evilhioputsp. var.isticohyo
isticohyosp. var. ofisticohiyoscorn, treat contempuouslycomp. ofisticohio
istihuistihuvpray (evil words)
istitaistitasp. var. ofistiti2debt, offense, trespass
istiti1istitisp. var. ofistiti2debt, offense, trespassbeautiful wicked? bad?
istiti2istitindebt, offense, trespassdeuda, ofensa, entrar ilegalmentesp. var.istitaistiti1beautiful wicked? bad?
istitimoistitimovact badly (lustfully? disrespectfully?)Tentativecomp. of-timopart of several verbs, meaning unclear (perhaps full of, characterized by)?
istitimosoistitimosovharm, damagedañarChi-istitimosotala.I harm you.Yo te daño ó hayo mal.Arte f67Istiti nimosotanayela.You harm me.Tu me dañas ó hazes malArte f67"Istitimosono es dañar, ó hazer mal á otro" Arte, f67r This appears to be made up of an adjective plus the verb moso 'do'. In some examples in the Arte, the pronominal agreement for the object comes before istiti and in other examples it comes after istiti and before moso.Confidentcomp. ofistiti1 2wicked?:bad?sp. var. ofistiti2moso 1do
isucuisukunwitch doctor; doctor (European)doctorConfidentysucuusucu
ita itaita itasp. var. ofitaitewalk, travel
ita iteita itesp. var. ofitaitewalk, travel
itabiitabisp. var. ofetabiaccompany, eat with
itahoitahovunknown verb [denounce?]Tentativesp. var.ytaho
itaitaitaitasp. var. ofitaitewalk, travel