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Esia

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[isia] The name of a place on Futuna island.

Faka Masaga

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n an inlet of Futuna

fakapuruga

n knot, knob, ring

fana

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A person with one parent from each moiety.

fare ku

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[ɸare ku] A type of traditional house.

feimama

feimama
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[ɸeimama] n. tree, 4 m tall (collection: Gregory M. Plunkett #4178)

Example: This is a source of house posts for temporary houses. The young stick split in half, and is used to grasp hot stones in earth oven.

fiai

n shell necklace

fiji

n servant

fine [hfine]

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n wife, woman

foijinae

v to conceive

foimata

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n eye

fu

n vagina (profane)

funa

n the separation and confinement of young boys during circumcision rites

gafare

n grass

gatara kosi

gatara kosi
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[ŋatara kosi] n. Coral Grouper, Coral Rock Grouper

Example: Photo by J. E. Randall, License: CC BY-NC 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

hkanou

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[hkano] n muscle, flesh

hkapa

n a game of peek-a-boo

Ibau

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n new form of Pau, a village in Futuna

ipapao

n empty shell of a fruit

ira

n freckle, discoloration

iriri

iriri
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[iriri] A traditional woven fan.

Example: Photo by K. David Harrison, Dec. 2017

jijifi

jijifi
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[ʃiʃiɸi] n. Foxface

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

kairavaru

n long club with one root at head

kanai

kanai
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[kanai] n. Milkfish

Example: Photo by ANFC, License: CC BY-NC 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

kanamo

n pool of water

kape kanu

kape kanu
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[kape kanu] n. Common Bluestripe Snapper

(Bislama) Sone

Example: Photo by Lyle Vail / Lizard Island Research Station, License: CC BY-SA 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

kautau

n dry taro kept for planting

ko uorukago

ko uorukago
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[kou warukaŋou] n. Black Marlin

(Bislama) Black Marlin

Example: Photo by ANFC, License: CC BY-NC 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

koro

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n fence

maisu vaka

n figurehead of a canoe

makaka

makaka
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[makaka] n. terrestrial; leaves up to 0.75 m; common. (collection: Tom A. Ranker #2525)

manu

n a cluster of bananas

manu

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n bird

marari sega

marari sega
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[marariseŋa] n. Bluefin Trevally

Example: Photo by Jan Messersmith, License: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

marino

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n peace

moe

v to lie, recline; to sleep

mtagi

n wind

napari

n a native cabbage

nigei

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[niŋei] n white ant, termite

nonai

n womb

otea

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[otea] n midday

pula

pula
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[pula’] n. Pinecone Soldierfish, Small-Eyed Squirrelfish

Example: Photo by Jeffrey T. Williams / Smithsonian Institution, License: CC BY-SA 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

pula

pula
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[pula’] n. Scarlet Soldierfish

Example: Photo by Jeffrey T. Williams / Smithsonian Institution, License: CC BY-SA 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

Ramala

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[ramala] n. village of Futuna

sasua

sasua
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[sasua] n. Cocoa Snapper

(Bislama) Braon Straep Brim

Example: Photo by FAO, License: CC BY-NC 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

sasua

sasua
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[sasua] n. Painted Sweetlips

Example: Photo by Dr. Dwayne Meadows / NOAA, License: Public Domain via Fishes of Australia

tamdavai

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[tamdaʋai] a spring of water

teriki

teriki

A Futuna traditional game ("chief") played with shells arrayed in a circle. Helps to develop cognitive skills.

Toga Tea

Toga Tea
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[toga tea] n. wind from the southeast towards Hteiu

tukuga

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[tukuŋa] Water 50 meters deep.