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afe’

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[aʎeɁ] n. door

afe’ ago

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[aʎeɁ ago] n. doorstep

amañ

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[amã] n. roof

boha

boha
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[boha] n. cane rope tied to a babó for acrobatic game; acrobatic game played on the rope

Example: Photo by Tage Kanno

byaací

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[bjaací] n. space between the front verandah and the main space in an Apatani house

ci’pi

ci’pi

[ciɁpi] n. wooden door frame

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ci’pw

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[ciɁpɨ] n. frame of the bamboo sliding door

cofo paka’

[coʎo pakaɁ] n. small metallic plate, esp. to serve side dishes

da’re’ke

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[daɁreɁke] n. lower rack over the fireplace

dacañ

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[dacã] n. iron; metal

eñtw pata’

[ẽtɨ pataɁ] n. wooden try on which to beat while harvesting paddy

fañ

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[ʎã] v. bless

fe’ko

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[ʎeɁko] n. doorlatch

fego

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[ʎego] n. threshold; entrance

ganda

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[ganda] n. country; land

garpw’

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[garpɨɁ] n. paddy field in the lower portion

garta’

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[gartaɁ] n. paddy field in the upper portion

gartú

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[gartú] adj. small (as a field)

garw

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[garɨ] n. vehicle

haagya

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[haagja] n. entrance

hwjañ apiñ

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[hɨɉã apĩ] n. food contributed when a newborn baby is born

háakò

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[háakò] n. entrance, entry, door

itú

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[itú] adj. small; short

jañda

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[ɉãda] n. flag

jompu

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[ɉompu] n. bamboo shaving used as a ritual element or a decorative item syn. some

ju

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[ɉu] v. winnow

karsiñ

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[karsĩ] n. kerosene

kilu’

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[kiluɁ] n. a small compartment in the granary usually for storng millet or agricultural implements

kutu

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[kutu] n. oil; pig fat used as hair oil

kwmiñ talo

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[kɨmĩ talo] n. a variety of brass plate

la’pañ tuli

la’pañ tuli
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[laɁpã tuli] n. post of là’pañ

Example: Photo by Tage Kanno

lañke

[lãke] n. a cane loop used for restraining cattle

lemba

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[lemba] n. village

lembyañ-lerañ

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[lembjã-lerã] n. crossroad; an intersection of two or more roads

leqò

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[leŋò] n. lawn; front yard; space in the village

leñbo

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[lẽbo] n. road

maji

maji
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[maɉi] n. Tibetan bell without clapper used as a barter item

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mwgó

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[mɨgó] n. hearth; fireplace

myamya

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[mjamja] n. antique brass plate

myopw

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[mjopɨ] n. floor

myoxa

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[mjoxa] n. bamboo floor

nago

nago
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[nago] n. ritual hut in the middle of a village

Example: Photo by Tage Kanno

nala

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[nala] n. drain

nala paka’

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[nala pakaɁ] n. drain

nelo

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[nelo] n. household; independent house

nesú

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[nesú] n. granary

neñbu

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[nẽbu] n. a house away from the main street

neñko

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[nẽko] n. lower section of the village

nwbyu

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[nɨbju] n. textile

pa’po

pa’po
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[paɁpo] n. a bamboo pole suspended horizontally on the side wall of the house for keeping clothes

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padiñ

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[padĩ] n. erosion control embankment usually of bamboo and wood along the banks of the streams

paji

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[paɉi] n. two wheeler vehicle

pamañ

pamañ
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[pamã] n. bamboo rack in front wall of the house

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paro’ pwri

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[paroɁ pɨri] n. chicken coop

pata’ ude

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[pataɁ ude] n. house with roof of bamboo split

pili

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[pili] n. playground; open field

posa

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[posa] n. money (esp. coins); paisa

potu’

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[potuɁ] n. photo

pwdi mwluñ nanw

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[pɨdi mɨlũ nanɨ] n. scarecrow to scare away birds

pwdi pwfi’

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[pɨdi pɨʎiɁ] n. watch hut in the paddy fields

pwri

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[pɨri] n. chicken coop

pwrw

pwrw
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[pɨrɨ] n. wooden boundary of a hearth

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pwte’ paji

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[pɨteɁ paɉi] n. motor cycle

raji

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[raɉi] n. plastic

re’ke

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[reɁke] n. ceiling

rizo

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[riɲo] n. rings of bamboo splits

rw’tú

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[rɨɁtú] n. a part of marriage ceremony in which paddy a newly married couple harvest paddy from the bride’s family field

sa ci’ri

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[sa ciɁri] n. a variety of antique sword

sabuñ

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[sabũ] n. soap

sañda

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[sãda] n. long wooden post that support a traditional house on both sides

sañta’ ude

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[sãtaɁ ude] n. wooden house

sañxañ

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[sãxã] n. border post

sañxañ

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[sãxã] n. rubber

sisa

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[sisa] n. glass

soxañ

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[soxã] n. trophy; memento (esp. of special achievements)

subu arww

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[subu arɨɨ] n. mithun horn

subú

subú
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[subú] n. alley; back alley

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sukuñ pwtiñ

sukuñ pwtiñ
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[sukũ pɨtĩ] n. open space by a well

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sulú

sulú
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[sulú] n. fence

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swha

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[sɨha] n. cane rope

swtw ahi

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[sɨtɨ ahi] n. elephant tusk

taku-tamu

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[taku-tamu] n. a decorated bamboo stick used during penw procession of Muruñ festival

tapvr

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[tapǝr] n. heavy log put on a prisoner’s legs to prevent escape

tarsi

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[tarsi] n. wall

taxò

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[taxò] n. bamboo split used for demarcating land

tumbu ude

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[tumbu ude] n. tent

tuuli

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[tuuli] n. post; pillar

twpe

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[tɨpe] n. tattoo

ude

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[ude] n. house

ugù

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[ugù] n. fireplace; hearth

ukó simbya

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[ukó simbja] n. rear balcony

ura imi’

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[ura imiɁ] n. second hearth towards the back of the house

xaci

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[xaci] n. ceiling rack for storing meat

xapo

xapo
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[xapo] n. bamboo rack above the fireplace

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xoñcañ

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[xõcã] n. corner

yaji-yalo

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[jaɉi-jalo] n. soul

yalu

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[jalu] n. dispute; conflict; controversy

yo bade

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[jo bade] n. ceiling rack for storing meat

zimw iñgya

zimw iñgya
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[ɲimɨ ĩgja] n. space between the hearth and the wall on the right side while entering the house

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áakò

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[áakò] n. entrance; entry; door