imidiåtamente
Immediately.
imigrånte
Immigrant.
imitasion
Immitation.
impedimento
Impediment; obstruction; obstacle; hindrance (of marriage); barrier.
imperio
Empire.
impetinente
Impertinent.
impetosa
Impetuous, furious, impulsive, or vehement in action or feeling; violent; short tempered. (male)
impetosu
Impetuous, furious, impulsive, or vehement in action or feeling; violent; short tempered. (female)
impeña
Mortgage; pledge.
impolitiku
Impolite; wanting in good maners; boorish; coarse.
impone
To lay on; to apply; to impose.
imposipble
Impossible; improbable; cannot be done.
impotente
Impotent.
impotta
Import; bring into a country from abroad.
impottånte
Important; essential; necessary; vital.
imprenta
Imprint; impress; mark made by pressure; fix indelibly as in a memory.
impresa
Impress.
impresot
Compositor; printer.
imprudensia
Imprudent; hedless of consequences.
impuesto
Excise; duty; tribute; impost; tax.
imåhen
Image; statue.
imåhina
Imagine.
imåhinasion
Imagination.
in
Adjectivizing infix--used to form modifires from nominals, similar to English -ish. Guaka "cow", guinaka "cowish". Å'påka' "white", ina'påka' "whitish". Kåhet "orange", kinahet "orangish".
in
Nominalizing infix. Li'e' "to see", lini'e'-ña "The thing he saw." Nå'I "to give", nina'I "gift (thing that is given)."
in
Goal focus infix.
in
We--exclusive, pre-posed pronoun used in transitive statements.
ina
Illuminate; spot with light; shine on.
ina'gang
Loudness; noise.
ina'go
Change; alteration.
ina'påka'
Whitish; containing white color.
ina'påka'an
Whiteness; whitish.
inabak
Misunderstanding; error; puzzled.
inabale'
Intercourse.
inachago'
Distance.
inachatli'e'
Hatred; hate; resentment; ruthlessness; the feeling of one who hates.
inadamelong
Sphere; globe.
inadayao
Arouse interest; become interested.
inadelånta
Improvement.
inadingan
Elocution; art or manner of speaking.

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