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isticohiyoistikohijovscorn, treat contempuouslyProbablecomp. ofisticohioistico
istihuistihuvpray (evil words)
istitaistitadial. var. ofistiti2debt, offense, trespass
istiti1istitisp. var. ofistiti2debt, offense, trespassbeautiful wicked? bad?
istiti2istitindebt, offense, trespassdeuda, ofensa, entrar ilegalmentedial. var.istitasp. var.istiti1beautiful wicked? bad?
istitimoistitimovact badly (lustfully? disrespectfully?)Tentativecomp. of-timo
istitimosoistitimosovharm, damageChi-istitimosotala.I harm you.Istiti nimosotanayela.You harm me."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 2sp. var. ofistiti2moso 1istiti1
isucuisukunwitch doctor; doctor (European)doctorConfident
ita itaita itadial. var. ofitaitewalk, travel
ita iteita itesp. var. ofitaitewalk, travel
itabiitabidial. var. ofetabiaccompany, eat with
itahoitahovunknown verb [denounce?]Tentativesp. var.ytaho
itaitaitaitadial. var. ofitaitewalk, travel
itaiteitaitevwalk, travelcaminar, viajarRodolfo Conde monoma, holataleta balino tocota, halifotequa, huquemano inibileqe, huque oyoqua Itimileno itaitaqe Rodolfo holata michu, iyechita "Chabetaco mine?" Rodolfo, Conde de Abspurg, aviendo salido à caça, y lloviendo à grande furia encontrò acaso un Sacerdote, y preguntòle que dõde yba con tantas aguas.CatEx f2 1.1masiqe "yqilabama santissimo Sacrame[n]to, ohomita ytaitala" moqe, He answered that he had to take the sacrament to a sick peasant. Respondiòle q[ue] à llevar el SS Sacrame[n]to à un enfermo rustico. CatEx f2 1.2Leon mocama paqi Barbaria mononco Itimi lenotahibatequa maytines ofonoma yniqe enenincono ticopaha yquoynibitileta osobononcomaha yribite acoleta ybine ofonoma mitetichu mota mitaqe anochocolo hebancono soomotaqe ytaytaqe ‎In the Isle of Bernara which is in the Sea of Leon, a monk saw, after matin, a ship that seemed more to fly than traverse over the water, in that which he heard a great scream of people. Conf, f8 1.1Probabledial. var.ita itaitaitasp. var.ita iteytaitaytayta
italiaitalian*Italy*ItaliaBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
itamaloitamalodial. var. oftamaloask, entreat
ìteìtedial. var. ofitifather priest
ite chucuite tʃukuncleric
itiitin1fatherpadre4.1.9Kinship2priestsacerdotedial. var.ìtecfsiqinocomp. ofsiqi 4-no1 1ytilecomp.jtilenuncle, paternal
itimilenoitimilenonfather (or priest)Padre (sacerdote)4.1.9KinshipConfidentsp. var.itìmileno
itìmilenoitìmilenosp. var. ofitimilenofather (or priest)
itori1itorivfast (not eat)Probablecfamarosonatorisoder.natorisovteach
itori2itorin1grandfather, unclepadrino, tio4.1.9KinshipConfident2godfatherpadrino4.1.9KinshipConfident3stepfatherpadrastro4.1.9KinshipConfidentdial. var.ytorasp. var.YtoriYtoroChristianoleta ytoricomp.tʃristianoleta itoringodfather
itufaitufanconjurer
ituhuituhuprayConfidentsp. var.itvhvituhunucomp.ituhununprayer