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akiaki

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n. white biblical dove

angiangi

adj. windy

au e hihai e miami

phrase I want to

baganga du numekai

n. pot

belubelu

fish species

biabia

n. prepared food; raw soft breadfruit mixed with water

bilibili

vi. octopus

buubuu

vi. sorcerize

daahaa

ai. broad space

dada

dada

n. red snapper

Example: Photo by Florida Fish and Wildlife Center April 3, 2012 via Flickr License: CC BY-ND 2.0

dadaulia

vi. confused, be

dalodalo

vt. pray

dedeedae

adj. always late

dedeedaha

adj. never flies (e.g. a kite)

dihidihi

n. moorish idol

diidii

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bosom/breast

dongodongo

n. boxing or fighting

dudu

vt. kindle (fire)

duu hingahinga

poorly balanced

duwoiwoi

duwoiwoi

n. dragonfly

Example: Photo by Klaus Stiefel January 5, 2008 via Flickr License: CC BY-NC 2.0

gaagenge

n. ladder

gaagenge

n. ladder, stairway

gadagada

laugh

gadagada gi

to laugh at

gahu lahilahi

thin cloth

gaiga

n. intestines

galili

n. term referring to young things, young children

ganniu balabala

soft meat of green cocount

ganniu hagaangiangi

copra dried in the wind

gaugau ngahulu

wash hair

gimadou nogo miami hiahi digo a dahi

phrase we eat together for dinner

goaa baba

level ground

golooloo luumada

bunch of drinking coconuts

gurugurua

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noun mud

haga baubau

think

haga nghoronghoro

snore

hagababa

vt. level (e.g. ground)

hagabagibagi

vt. drive a school of fish

hagadoedoe

vt. use sparingly

hagagaabulu

vt. sink or submerge (purposefully)

hagagai

vt. to feed workers

hagagidee

vt. to show

hagahaganoho

vt. seat (someone)

hagahaganoho

vt. to seat (e.g., person’s at a feast)

hagahagaoho

vt. screaming periodically

hagahagaulungi

vt. always lying (someone) on a pillow

hagahagawini

ai. withered

hagahemeheme

vt. tidy, to keep clean

hagahidinana

mother and daughter relation, a mother and her children

hagainaina

vt. to stagger under a weight or when very sleepy

hagalimalima giibeni

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v. be very fast

hagalulu nia iga

to accumulate school of fish by feeding them, to attract by baiting

hagamagama

to Mash

haka limalima

v. hurry

halahala

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find

hale ngogo manu

noun bird nest

heduu gu lele

n. shooting star

henua i lala

n. foreign lands; the earth; the world

hiahi

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n. evening

hilihili

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honihoni

n. light sprinkling rain

huluhulu

n. hair not on the head

huogodo dogorua

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both

hwouhwou

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bark (dog)

lauka wolowolo

n. shouting wood used for making houses on Kapinga atoll

lialiagi

vi. shake one’s head

libogo deledele

libogo deledele

n. a lure for trawling

liholiho

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n. wide-band fusilier

limalima

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fast

lodo balabala

Meek in spirit

looloo

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long

loulou

vt. pick with a breadfruit picker

madaalili uu

n. nipple of breasts

mahimahi

mahimahi

n. dolphin

Example: Photo by manoellemos February 9, 2007 via Flickr License: CC BY-SA 2.0

makamak

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n. starfish

Example: Photo by NOAA Photo Library September 24, 2010 via Flickr License: CC BY 2.0

malala

n. embers

mama

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n. mother

mangamanga

going any direction

matagitagi

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first

mee dadaagala

n. toy

mimi

vi. urinate

nganganga

n. tin roofing

ngogo

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n. egg

ngogo di golomada

n. eyeball

ngungu

To chew or masticate

nguunguu

vt. mumble

puu puu

bang bang

rumata harihari

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second coconut stage; small green coconut

ruwaruwa

vomit

tabatab

n. slipper lobster species

tamagigi dane

n. teenage boy

tangada mada mada humalia

n. guardian

tata

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canoe part: float braces

taua taua

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n. double lined mackerel

tentene

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happy

tokitata

v. to hit

tokitoki

noise of knocking

tolole

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tongue

tukituki

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wooden pounder for pounding breadfruit

whouwhou

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noun bark