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akiaki

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n. white biblical dove

baba langi

baba langi

n. blue sky

baba madua

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maternal grandfather

badubadu

to pluck, earthworms, to shake water off

baganga du numekai

n. pot

bai bai

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n. flatfish (flounder, halibut, etc)

balebale

v. dribble

bilibili

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n. octopi in general

bilibili

Octopus

bulolo

mollusk (nerita polida)

buu iliili

trumpet shell

dada

dada

n. red snapper (Lutjanus vaigiensis)

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

dahuhu

n. lower ridge pole; the very top

daledale

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cough

daligi gii made

kill

dalodalo

vt. pray

damagiigi

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young

damagiigi

dedeebaba

vi. to worry about

dedeedaha

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

dedeedohu

adj. never enough

dedeemimi

adj. constantly having to urinate

dedeenoho

adj. unceasingly, always

dedeetau

adj. too small, misfitted

deehee

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which one

dengedenge

adj. knotty (wood), having many bumps (of a tree)

dihidihi

angelfish species (Pomacanthidae sp.)

diidii

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bosom/breast

dinana

n. mother

dodo hai

barb of a stingray used to pierce ears

duidui

sweep

duludulu

n. house post

duu hingahinga

poorly balanced

duwaduwa

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tired

galili

n. young children

galili

n. term referring to young things, young children

ganniu balabala

n. soft meat of green coconut

ganniu hagaangiangi

copra dried in the wind

gaugau tangada

wash someone

gelegele

gelegele
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noun sand

Example: Photo by Matt Kiefer October 6, 2006 via Flickr License: CC BY-SA 2.0

gelegele pungu

disk-like sand particle

goaa daahaa

n. broad, open place

gologolo

gologolo

n. plant (Fimbristylis cymosa)

Example: Photo by Forest and Kim Starr February 12, 2001 via Flickr License: CC BY 2.0

goneiga lala

n. smoked fish

gono baba

reef flat

hadu sukusuku

n. rocks for pounding

hagaaaadee

vt. cause to repeatedly have free time

hagaabuabulu

vt. cause to sink, accidentally or temporarily

hagaadaada

first light of the moon or sun

hagaangiangi

to cool off by a breeze

hagababaulia

vt. to measure out, allot

hagabagibagi

vt. drive a school of fish

hagagai

vt. to feed workers

hagahagaabulu

vt. to purposely sink or submerge (and leave submerged for some time)

hagahagaduu

vt. try to make (something) stand up

hagahagahula

ai. swelling periodically

hagahidinana

mother and daughter relation, a mother and her children

hagamama

help

hale gaugau

n. bath house

hiahi

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n. evening

hilahila

n. sennit

hoho

near

hongobaba

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n. blacktip reef shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus)

houhou

Bark

huluhulu

n. hair not on the head

huluhulu wahang

n. armpit hair

kalati mataata

n. mirror

lialiagi

vi. shake one’s head

liholiho

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n. wide-band fusilier (Pterocaesio lativittata)

lilil

sigh

madaanaa

n. club used for beating fish

madabiabia

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n. six-blotch hind (Cephalopholis sexmaculata)

madamada

v. To meander or to look around

magamaga

magamaga

n. starfish

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

manu kelekele

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worm

manu mamaangi

manu mamaangi

n. bird

Example: Photo by tropical.pete September 28, 2007 via Flickr License: CC BY-SA 2.0

matagitagi

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first

matau tualua

phrase a double hook

miami luada

have breakfast

ngaagau

n. rectum

ngahingahi

n. old or worn out sarong, rag

ngogo

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n. egg

ngogo di golomada

n. eyeball

ngogo gudu

louse, egg

ngongong

n. tin roof

ngungu

To chew or masticate

noho gii lala

sit down

nono madua

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n. maternal grandmother

nono madua

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n. paternal grandmother

sukusuku

v. to pound

tau magamaga

famine

taua taua

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n. double lined mackerel (Grammatorcynos bilineatus)

todtodo

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bleed

tuahina ahina

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sister

tuahina ahina duri

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youngest sister

tuahina ahina madua

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elder sister

tulutulu

n. post supporting a house

unga-hihi

n. mollusk (nerita picea)

whouwhou

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noun bark

wogowogo

n. rib cage