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n new form of Pau, a village in Futuna
[ipau] The name of a place on Futuna island.
n a native dance
[ika maru] n. Yellowbarred Parrotfish
[ika maru] n. Yellowfin Parrotfish
[ika maru] n. Forsten’s Parrotfish, Bluepatch Parrotfish
[ika maru] n. Bridled Parrotfish
[ika maru] n. Ember Parrotfish, Redlip Parrotfish (Adult)
[ikaramanga] The types of fish that fisherman are not permitted to eat.
[ikoɸi] Tongs made of twisted cane, used to pick up hot rocks from oven.
v to drink
n empty shell of a fruit
n fresh water spring, Futuna
n freckle, discoloration
n period of day before sunrise
n native dance
[iriri] A traditional woven fan.
n rock look out point near Moriga, Futuna
[itamtautu] The name of a harbor with a point on Futuna island where there are coconuts. A good place to plant mango and banana.
[itatafu] The name for the top part of the island. It is flat and good for growing different kinds of taro.
num 9, nine
[ivei] n. village of Futuna
[ivi kaunalesi] n collarbone
n spine, backbone