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-aghér

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-amweta

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-amɨna

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-arfái

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-arhanum

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-ariri

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v/a

-aru

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v intr

-arupwararini

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v

-arɨs

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v intr

-uiri

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-ánumwi

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-ápwaha

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araii narek

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araii niprai naii

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v katem stampa blo hood.

arpasuk

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ia-kavaki vei nimafaki

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v mi pray lo churche aos

ia-kawapur

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iakuiaku

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kafa

kafa
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kaiapomus

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kamenatwan

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kararɨg

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karorat

Cut open ripe fruit, put red seed in mouth, chew them, then spit out hard seeds left. Ancients used to eat the seeds in this way -- certain people still like it.
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Example: Cut open ripe fruit, put red seed in mouth, chew them, then spit out hard seeds left. Ancients used to eat the seeds in this way -- certain people still like it.

karorɨt

Cut open ripe fruit, put red seed in mouth, chew them, then spit out hard seeds left. Ancients used to eat the seeds in this way -- certain people still like it.
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Example: Cut open ripe fruit, put red seed in mouth, chew them, then spit out hard seeds left. Ancients used to eat the seeds in this way -- certain people still like it.

kawitareng

kawitareng

kesiesi

kesiesi
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koiameta

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konianaker

Epinephelus corallicola http://fishbase.org/summary/Epinephelus-corallicola.html
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konparɨm

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[konparɨm]

konpir

Photo by Martial Wahe
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konuwak

Epinephelus coioides http://fishbase.org/summary/Epinephelus-coioides.html
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koupa se puka

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kuayei pitew

Kyphosus cinerascens http://fishbase.org/summary/Kyphosus-cinerascens.html
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kumháu

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kwanare-yaku

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Example: Good for cooking and making lap-lap

kwani kumɨn

Used to paint face for kastom ceremony before other colors were available from store--original color.
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Example: Used to paint face for kastom ceremony before other colors were available from store--original color.

kwankukeibu

The vine of this plant is used to tie an outrigger on to a canoe. Heat up the stem and peel off the outer bark; while it is still warm use it to tie an outrigger to the canoe. When the stem cools it becomes very hard. It is also used to tie sugar cane.
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[kwankukepu] n.

Example: The vine of this plant is used to tie an outrigger on to a canoe. Heat up the stem and peel off the outer bark; while it is still warm use it to tie an outrigger to the canoe. When the stem cools it becomes very hard. It is also used to tie sugar cane.

kwankwikwa

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kwanɨmɨk

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kwarwisiwir

Photo by Martial Wahe
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kwatɨsi-

kwatɨsi-
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Kɨnɨwi

Tenodera australasiae https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/207783-Tenodera-australasiae
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kɨrhir

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marpan

Calotomus carolinus http://fishbase.org/summary/Calotomus-carolinus.html
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miyahi

miyahi
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nafetuwan

Collect the branches, scrape into a dish, and mix with water to make soap for washing clothes. One can also bathe with it. Also associated is the legend of a rat who, swimming in the sea, gets hungry and goes to this vine to eat. Preparing for a delicious meal, he defecates when he sees this vine. He climbs up to get the fruits on top of the vine, but has been tricked-- they are below! Once he realizes, the branch he is on breaks and he falls into his own feces. He feels bad, as he is both hungry and dirty.
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Example: Collect the branches, scrape into a dish, and mix with water to make soap for washing clothes. One can also bathe with it. Also associated is the legend of a rat who, swimming in the sea, gets hungry and goes to this vine to eat. Preparing for a delicious meal, he defecates when he sees this vine. He climbs up to get the fruits on top of the vine, but has been tricked-- they are below! Once he realizes, the branch he is on breaks and he falls into his own feces. He feels bad, as he is both hungry and dirty.

nahnen

The stems of this plant are one of the best firewoods; use the embers to light a person’s tobacco pipe. People know that when this plant has ripe fruit, it is time to hunt the flying fox near this tree.
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Example: The stems of this plant are one of the best firewoods; use the embers to light a person’s tobacco pipe. People know that when this plant has ripe fruit, it is time to hunt the flying fox near this tree.

nakhour

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nakéi Fiti

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namari

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namritaik

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napoti

Macolor macularis http://fishbase.org/summary/Macolor-macularis.html
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napwesen

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narmama

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nasuaiou

Ficus
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naveginien asori

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bigfala kakae

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nekaferang

This plant is used to reduce the pain of toothache. Take the stem and peel it, remove the bark and place the bark against a sore tooth. Keep it is place, until the person feels better. Can use this treatment 2-3 times. It is said to "take the pain away." The tooth may rot away naturally, but this is good for the pain that accompanies toothache. The dried fruits and seeds of the plant can be mixed with pig food, such as coconut, and when the female pigs eat it, they will not have piglets. This is said to be used when a person has too many pigs.
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Example: This plant is used to reduce the pain of toothache. Take the stem and peel it, remove the bark and place the bark against a sore tooth. Keep it is place, until the person feels better. Can use this treatment 2-3 times. It is said to "take the pain away." The tooth may rot away naturally, but this is good for the pain that accompanies toothache. The dried fruits and seeds of the plant can be mixed with pig food, such as coconut, and when the female pigs eat it, they will not have piglets. This is said to be used when a person has too many pigs.

nemer

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nepeka

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Example: The fiber from this variety (from the sheath base) is used for kastom ceremonies to cover kava when the young boys are coming out from their circumcision houses. This fiber is also wrapped around the middle of a bow to give it strength and help prevent it from cracking. The fiber can also be used to make a sleeping hammock as it is strong and clean

nerer

Fuel: Dry portions of this plant are used as firewood. Fish Poison: To help catch fish, a bundle of leaves are squeezed and placed in a stream. After some time, the fish appear stunned and are caught.
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Example: Fuel: Dry portions of this plant are used as firewood. Fish Poison: To help catch fish, a bundle of leaves are squeezed and placed in a stream. After some time, the fish appear stunned and are caught.

niar

Wood is strong and good to make houses with, particuarly house posts. Also good for firewood.
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Example: Wood is strong and good to make houses with, particuarly house posts. Also good for firewood.

niar

Wood is hard to make house posts. Stem to make bow for hunting birds, fruit bat.
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Example: Wood is hard to make house posts. Stem to make bow for hunting birds, fruit bat.

nias

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nier

Wood is hard to make house posts. Stem to make bow for hunting birds, fruit bat.
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Example: Wood is hard to make house posts. Stem to make bow for hunting birds, fruit bat.

nikiho

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nimaue

1. Ripe fruits are edible. 2. Young leaves are eaten raw.
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Example: 1. Ripe fruits are edible. 2. Young leaves are eaten raw.

nimwa

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ninikiri

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Example: Used to make lap-lap

nmeheu

Fuel: Dry portions of this plant are used as firewood.
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Example: Fuel: Dry portions of this plant are used as firewood.

noawatikerehy

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Example: The stem of this variety is good for canoe-making as it will last for many years of use

nuai nukori

nuai nukori
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nuk

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nukuk

People use this to treat skin sores, by boiling a handful of leaves in a small amount of water and washing the sores with this. Wash 2-3x daily until the sore is better. It may take 3-4 weeks to heal the sore.
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Example: People use this to treat skin sores, by boiling a handful of leaves in a small amount of water and washing the sores with this. Wash 2-3x daily until the sore is better. It may take 3-4 weeks to heal the sore.

nukune

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nuvivi nig

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nɨkava napenkaru

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nɨmrhin

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nɨpatu

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nɨpeiaka

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nɨpɨk anan

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penesu

Scarus ghobban http://fishbase.org/summary/Scarus-ghobban.html
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penesu

Scarus ghobban http://fishbase.org/summary/Scarus-ghobban.html
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penesu

Scarus niger http://fishbase.org/summary/Scarus-niger.html
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pirawa ~ firawa

Lethrinus erythropterus http://fishbase.org/summary/Lethrinus-erythropterus.html
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popawɨk

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rukwanu

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sola

sola
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sɨmɨke

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takwu

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tarheináu

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tautau

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temian

The wood can be used to make poled for cattle fences. Fruits are sweet and edible. They are also very juicy, and can satisfy thirst. Take bark off  of the tree and scrape the green inner bark of tree off. Cover a boil with these pieces to reduce the size and help it heal. Apply once a day for three days.
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Example: The wood can be used to make poled for cattle fences. Fruits are sweet and edible. They are also very juicy, and can satisfy thirst. Take bark off of the tree and scrape the green inner bark of tree off. Cover a boil with these pieces to reduce the size and help it heal. Apply once a day for three days.

tera

If a person gets cut while on reef, take leaves and burn them to an ash. Put this powder on the sore for one day to dry and heal cut. For constipation, take 1 handful bark, mash it, put with coconut water (one coconut’s worth0, and drink a cup once. Don’t do other activites. This will clear bowel within a day. Very powerful.
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Example: If a person gets cut while on reef, take leaves and burn them to an ash. Put this powder on the sore for one day to dry and heal cut. For constipation, take 1 handful bark, mash it, put with coconut water (one coconut’s worth0, and drink a cup once. Don’t do other activites. This will clear bowel within a day. Very powerful.

tesagi

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trimian

People use this plant to soften the hair, by taking the roots and stem, pounding them with a stone, and squeezing the juice into the hair--it is said to make it very soft.
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Example: People use this plant to soften the hair, by taking the roots and stem, pounding them with a stone, and squeezing the juice into the hair--it is said to make it very soft.

tɨkurakák

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ume

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yapha

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