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soldadosoldadon*soldier*soldadoBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
soldadossoldadosn*soldiers*soldadosBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
Soloysoloi1name of a Timucua settlement2name of a Timucua town9.7.2Name of a place
sopocosopokovunknown verb (rot, mildew?)Tentative
sorisorivbe hoarse (with cuna)
sorosorov1cut2penetrate
sotisotiadv1soon, quicklyArte f138, Arte 139 'soti, sotima, sotimota de cuidado, y diligencia y vehemencia y orgullo'Confident2diligently, carefullyArte f138, Arte 139 'soti, sotima, sotimota de cuidado, y diligencia y vehemencia y orgullo'Confident3neverArte f138, Arte 139 'soti, sotima, sotimota de cuidado, y diligencia y vehemencia y orgullo'Confident
soti sotisoti sotiRedupdiligently
sotisosotisovhave power over?Tentative
sototomosototomovdo completely?This verb appears often with machi 'rest' in the description of God's rest after creating the world.Tentativecfmachi
soyosojovlook at with lust?Always used with the na- locative applicative, and in combination with the word mucu 'eye'.Probable
sucu sucusuku sukuRedupproudProbable
sucuchisukutʃinpurse, money bagbolso, monederocomp.hachi sucuchiplant sp. (medicinal)hachinhachisucuchicomp.hatʃisukutʃinpurse
sucusisukusinunknown fish or water animal1.6.1.5Water animalsTentative
sulasulanbeltcinturón
sulusulun1veinvenaNanacu, numa eatecaremate, vti eatacaremate atimo pacuta hebano letantela, queniqe anomano, vna oquomate, atichicolomate, monoletela hacu sulucaremate, yabicaremate, isimate, orobisino mate, cume echeno mate, manino mate, nahitema nabiabono leuila, §Because in the sky and on earth, is included all that is in the sky and on earth: as when one says that man has a body and soul, it is understood also that he has all the things that are found in the body, like veins, blood, bones, and nerves, etc.‎‎Porque en el ciela y en tierra, se incluye tambien todo aquello que esta en el cielo, y en la tierra: como quando se dize, que el hombre tiene cuerpo y alma, se entiende tambien que tiene todas las cosas que se hallan en el cuerpo, como venas, sangre, huesos, y nervios, etc. MovDoc f 2.1Probable2sinpecado
sulu urusulu uruadjoriginal (of sin)
suluqìtasulukìtadial. var. ofsuluquitaant
suluquitasulukʷitananthormigaPahayaha abosinta eya habema, nante, yyoquamano, suluqita nihe, nayalenoma, nante, yyoquama abopaha chumosi chieta, §They live in one house... in another is the burial of the dead ants, another is like a corn crib.1627 Cat 2.41.6.1.7InsectConfidentdial. var.suluqìta
sumelesumelevkneel?arodillarse?Tentative
sumosumoadjsupremeSumo
suquosukʷoCr okkosita 'wash'; H is-oksahk-i 'soap', Mk oksahl-; vbatheThis verb is always followed by -ni, probably the passive, but perhaps part of the stem.Probabledial. var.suqùo
suqùosukʷ̀odial. var. ofsuquobathe
suqussukʷsvrecoverTentative
Surruquenpropname of a Timucua province9.7.2Name of a place