parim isti cuuvasu diiyaspa isti pee maam tudu paduva
During the rainy season my legs and arms ache. OR: Speaker's translation: For me, in this rainy season, my legs and arms are all paining.
It is unclear why the infinitive is used here.
pee 'foot, leg' < Ptg. pé 'foot'; maam 'arm, hand' < Ptg. mão 'hand'; braasu '6 ft.(=length between fingertips of laterally outstretched arms)' < Ptg. braço 'arm'; maam-braasu 'arm above the hand'.