Verbal glyphs

paku – beat with the fist; cudgel; hammer
pasua – expand; inflate; swell
pala / -pa – able to; can; possible
tama – be good; well; proper; fine; complete
taha / -ha – augmentative [AUG]; big; large
teya / -te – propose; request [PREC]; suggest
tipa – align; fit; be suitable
kana / -kan – lead; leading; leadership; leader
kane – dispel; refute; repudiate
kala / -tla – language; talk; say; speak
kote – divulge; leak out
kuna – excrete; expel; defecate; shit
kuha – cook; prepare food
kuali – drill; bore; dig into
kyosa – sex; copulation; fornicate
mpale – turn over; flip over; overturn
mase – dance; move to music; flicker [flame]
mala / -mpo – bad; unfavorable; unpleasant
meli – kowtow; prostrate; bow
muya / -mya – cause; do; make [CAUS]
neya / -ne – ought to; suggest [SUG]
niha / -ni – good; pleasant; regular / منيح
nyoto – write quickly; jot
sahya – right; correct; proper
seua – care for; tend to
heya / -he – need; necessity; require [NEC]
hoso – hold; keep; store
hya’o – weird; unusual
tsato – chaotic; messy; in disorder
tlatsa – fire; flame; burn
tlepa – teach; instruct; educate
tlipu – suspended by hanging; hung
apa – close; stop up; shut; obstruct
ata / -tai – be named; name [so called]
amo – transport; carry
anku / -nku – reciprocate; [in] return; reciprocal [RECP]
ahi / -hi – diminutive [DIM]; few; small
ela / -la – become; change into; turn into
itlo – equal; even; same
omya – cut; carve; engrave; chisel
utse – exclude; ignore; leave out
uaya – ascend; rise; climb; go up; ascent
ueko – barter; bargain
yapo – assemble; build; construct; erect
yata – farewell; greet; hello
yeta – give; transfer; donate
yoha / -yo – have; possess [POSS]; genitive [GEN]

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