sacāe

sacaae

sacāe

one’s belly or abdomen. While this does not actually mean stomach, it is used to refer to food and eating. So, one can have a full belly (sacāe jaλānne) having just eaten, an empty belly (sacāe jatÄ“pa) before one has eaten, and too much belly (sacāe nāpie) meaning one eats too much in general, implying that one is greedy.

ancēlne

anceelne

ancēlne

a pale shade of flesh color. Used to describe skin that is pale in comparison to normal, where normal can be that same person’s normal skin color or the color of other people’s skin.

ancō and anracō

ancoo

ancō

of food, having salt (NaCl) added to it, salted.

anracoo

anracō

of any substance, having a quantity of salt (NaCl and others); tasting brackish or salty.

For example, anhāri anracōi is ‘salt water’ as opposed to fresh water, and annāmmi ancōi is ‘salted water’ for swishing around one’s mouth when one has a toothache or a sore.