yaku

yaku
1) n tribute
2) n tax
3) vi break
4) vi burst
5) vi smash
6) vi knock
7) vi split
8) vi yak [m2]vi s
9) vi yakpa
vi[m2] p

Ainu-English dictionary. 2010.

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