I don't get the difference between 'kesy' and 'bisy'.
"kesy" is for inanimate things, "bisy" for animated beings.
Min le k'áat chi'o'
I did not like that the hint for this one listed possible meanings as both "kesy" & "bisy" makes it difficult to learn which goes where.
Don't nuha mean farther, a farther, dad?
"ñuha" means "my", "kepa" means father.