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an

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[an] pro. him

apuat pam

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[apuat pam] n. just dark now, black

atcatcaiyu

v. to emit sound from a bottle or coconut

et emda an

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[et emθan] phr. he is strong

incetevak

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n. kind of fish

inhamesei

n. the name of a native plant

inhelek

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[inhɛlɛk] n. my penis

inhosrel

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n. kind of fish

inlah

n. light

inlepei

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n. belt

inlepei u inpoded atamaiñ

inlepei u inpoded atamaiñ
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n. epiphyte on main trunk (near base) of large tree, growing in dense rainforest. (collection: Gregory M. Plunkett #4060)

inmejcop

inmejcop
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[inmejcop] n. Swamp Harrier

Example: Photo by birdsaspoetry / Flickr, License: CC BY-SA-NC 2.0 via Flickr

inmohoc onubidou

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[inmohoɣ onubiθoʊ] n. February (lit. moon belongs to Nubidou (village in east))

inmokomma

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n. kind of fish

inmora

inmora
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n. Foxface

Example: Photo by Biodiversity Institute of Ontario, License: CC BY-SA 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

inpci

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n. kind of fish

intal eteuc

n. the name of a plant with a white flower; a lily

inthi

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[indi] n. excrement (gen.)

intoho

intoho
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n. tree, 10-12 m tall (collection: Gregory M. Plunkett #3638)

Example: This tree is a good source of firewood, wood for house posts as well as sawn timber. The ripe fruit is edible but some of these are sour. Kids eat fruits – it is black. Pick only the most ripe fruits. This species grows commonly on river banks.

intop̃asiej ura

intop̃asiej ura
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n. stoloniferous herb, 15 cm tall (collection: Gregory M. Plunkett #3561)

Example: In the past the ancestors learned to cook the leaves of this species with fish in an earth over and then eat the leaves as well as the fish. Today, fish are wrapped with small leaves and then covered with lap-lap leaf (Polyscias) and cooked in an earth oven.

inyiciñpa

inyiciñpa
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n. tree, 5 m tall (collection: Gregory M. Plunkett #4143)

jupmulmul

n. the cool of the evening

kaleteug

n. kind of tree

nadiat meto

n. the middle of the forenoon

nagagnit

nagagnit
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n. Harlequin sweetlips, many-spotted sweetlips

Example: Photo by Mark Rosenstein / iNaturalist.org, License: CC BY-SA 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

nahar

n. species of pine

nakevai

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n. kind of shellfish

naluahau

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n. kind of crab

nama u niprij

nama u niprij
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n. herb, growing along garden area. Flowers yellow. (collection: Gregory M. Plunkett #3595)

Example: 1. As a medicine for dengue fever, take a handful of stem apices of this plant, boil in 1-2 cups of water and drink this amount 3x daily, cold, until the fever goes away. This treatment is said to give a person strength during the course of the illness. 2. Take top branch – 2 leaves and put under baby’s pillow, baby will fall into a deep sleep.

narutu

n. the north wind

natec

n. trees; palms; figs

nauwai

n. kind of banana

nefitan nedoon nedoon

n. kind of breadfruit

nejev

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n. Pacific kauri (RPV #13)

nekel

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n. kind of bird

nelka

nelka
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n. terrestrial fern, 1. 5-2 m tall (collection: Gregory M. Plunkett #3501)

Example: These ferns can cause injury during the dry season as they can stick into a person, so they are intentionally burned to avoid this.

nemetrei ai

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n. kind of bush

nepcev

n. shark

nigpet

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n. kind of bush

nigyahtal

n. kind of banana

nilit

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n. kind of shellfish

niseuc

n. kind of taro

noho

noho
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n. kind of flowering plant (collection: Gregory M. Plunkett #4793)

nohos futuna

n. the Futuna banana

nopseñ

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n. seed (general term)

nuae

nuae
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n. vine, growing in open disturbed area. flowers white. (collection: Gregory M. Plunkett #3589)

Example: To build a cyclone house, take the vine of this species to tie pieces of the house. To prepare the vine for use as rope, collect many feet of it, put it in a fire, roll it in a figure 8, wait until it softens and then use for tying. This vine is hard and

nuhialeg

n. the morning

puarapuanan par lei

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[puarapuanan par lei] phr. he went there and he took it

ridiau

n. kind of taro

wukau

n. kind of taro