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amtakinaga

n crowd, group of people

arajia

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n a claw

fai

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[fai] n. Stingray

fakaog

n feast for paying those who have cut or dug a canoe

fakatapu

n sweetheart

fatukara

n marble

feituna

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[feituna] n buttocks, bottom

firoa

firoa
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[ɸiroa] n. Trumpet Emperor, Red Throat Emperor

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

foijinae

v to conceive

fu

n vagina (profane)

gatara

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[ŋatara] n. Brownspotted Grouper

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

gatara kosi

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[ŋatara kosi] n. Greasy Grouper

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gu

n cuttlefish, squid

hkano

n flesh, body; essence

hmate

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n death

ikofi

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n tongs

kamkufatu

n crab sp.

kasi

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n cockle shell fish

Kavimeta

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[kawiameta ] One of the two moieties on Futuna island. Half of the population of each village comes from this moiety.

Kiamo

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n Aneityum Island

ko uorukago

ko uorukago
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[kou warukaŋou] n. Swordfish

(Bislama) Swordfish

Example: Photo by Biodiversity Heritage Library, License: Public Domain via Fishes of Australia

kofe

n bean

meiro

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n sail made of coconut leaf matting

momoramaga

n evening star

nahnatua

n coconut and banana pudding

napani

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n kind of banana

nifo

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n tooth

nigapu

n adze

oa

[o’a] banyan tree

pakafeiniu

n stalk of the coconut frond

pakora

n wound, sore

parafara

n tree fern

paragi paroro

paragi paroro
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[paraŋi paroro] n. Elongate Surgeonfish, Pale Surgeonfish

Example: Photo by Paddy Ryan / www.ryanphotographic.com, License: CC BY-SA 3.0 via Fishes of Australia

pula

pula
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[pula’] n. Brick Soldierfish

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

rema

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num 5, five

rua

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num 2, two

supe

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[supwe] n mucus

tau

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v thatch

toro

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n sugar cane

uorukago kanu

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[warukaŋou kanu] n. Bonito

(Bislama) Ponite

Uritoga Tane

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[uritoga tane] n. wind from the south near Ivei/Nukubi

~ etega

~ etega
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[eteŋa] seat in the canoe

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

~ kafa

~ kafa
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[kafa] The bindings used to join canoe parts. Traditionally made of coconut fiber, but today fishing line is used.

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

~ kauvmaka kiato

~ kauvmaka kiato
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[kauvmaka kiato] Y-shaped stick used to hold up the outrigger beam.

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

~ paru onea

~ paru onea
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[baru onea] n. Speckled Grouper

(Bislama) Spot Los

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~ pula takai

~ pula takai
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[pula takai] n. Blotcheye Soldierfish, Bigscale Soldierfish

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~ rouhapi

~ rouhapi
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[rou’api] n. Whitespotted Surgeonfish

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~ rufau

~ rufau
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[ruɸau] n. Barcheek Trevally

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~ sukale

~ sukale
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[sukale] Kingfisher

Example: Photo by Bryan Harry / National Park Service; License: Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

~ wakasore

~ wakasore
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[wakasore] The name of the traditional canoe with outrigger.

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