Inanimate nouns refer to things, locations, and abstractions. Inanimate nouns do not denote number.
a large flattish basket.
an animal much like a rabbit or a large lizard, hunted for food.
part, piece; used as a generic noun for parts and pieces.
river, flowing water.
a laugh, a laughing sound.
pool of water of any size, oasis, lake.
water, sea; also used as a generic noun for any bodies of water.
food, a meal, something to eat.
thing, a generic noun for objects and anything inanimate.
a game, the activity of playing.
task, piece of work
home. Can refer to a structure and also to an area.
thorn, anything sharp on a plant.
a blanket or cover.
sunlight. Sometimes salokoda, being a part of the animate sun.
light of any kind
a tree, a generic noun for trees.
resin, sap, anything sticky.
flame, controlled fire
a sickness, a fever.
a mountain range, a set of mountains. Derived from a reduplication of saka ‘mountain’.
lightning, a flash of lightning.
a type of tree.
word, utterance, speech.
shelter, hut, a demarcated area with a roof.
bird, flying reptile, large flying insect.
music, song, rhythm, chant
path, track, road; way of life, way of doing things.