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ajike

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[at͡ʃike] hello/goodbye

amwje

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noun mosquito

da koah oa la?

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sentence What did you get?

daike

tiger

dildo

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verb come inside

doahk

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noun dog

dol

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mountain

eijek duoau

nineteen

eijiek eu

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num. eleven

ikel

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noun eagle

inla

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verb leave

inoau

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canoe connecting fibers

inpwong

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at night

jaihdlap

jamwrou

noun priest

jeinj

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verb exchange, to

jeprir

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adj. clumsy

jeri

child

jerimwein o moair nen amak o

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[t͡ʃeːrmʷen o mɔi nen amako] sentence the boy is sleeping in the hammock

jilijek

thirty

jimwin rehl

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[t͡ʃimʷen re:l] n the rail on top of the canoe and near the front end; above the kapwidpwid; prevents water from entering the canoe

jirhak

vi To spread legs (vulgar)

joah war ewar

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[jɔː war ewar] sentence I don’t have a canoe

joal in koapis in indian

bowstring

joaloangala

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verb lose

joaujoau

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noun grave

joi

joi
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noun puffer fish

Example: Yellow form by Onderwijsgek, 2012, CC-BY-S 3.0,
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kadoarihla

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verb finish

kalahpwuk

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adj. alone

kieil in pehn wasaus

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noun striped lizard

kikin e

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toenail

kiliej

kiliej
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noun a piece of line tied to the kehu that can be pulled to reduce the size of the sail

koadkoan umw

roof

koalo

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root

koapwoannok

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noun broom

koaul

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verb sing

kuruj

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verb grind

leu

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verb cooked

li

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noun female (person), woman

li koalik

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noun elderly woman

li o pulila ngoahi porin jeto

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[liː o uli lamoi poɾin t͡ʃeto] sentence the woman went with me to the beach

lidop

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noun sow (female pig of reproductive age)

limoau

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num. five

lipahruhru

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noun butterfly

long

red ant

lopkoa

mah

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verb touching one’s nose to a child’s forehead

majewehka

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adj. fearful

manman

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noun magic

mehdi

n death

mehjeni jerimwein

eldest brother

meleisik

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heart

men

moado

old

mojul

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adj. thick

mwioak

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noun crow

nahmwarki

traditional chief

nehk

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noun fishnet

ngoah dupukda pwei pwei o.

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sentence I bought a hat.

ngoah inla o aio

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[ŋɔː iːla ɔ̃ʔ aio] sentence I went there yesterday

ngoah johpwa inla moa aio

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[ŋɔː t͡ʃɔpa iːla mɔ ai:o] sentence I did not go there yesterday

ngoah pij soal

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[ŋɔi pit͡ʃ sɔl] my black pig

noasikdi, koapoaiddi

born, be

nohno koalik

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noun grandmother (general)

o

there

oa doapoa

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interro. how many

oakoakila

hidden

oapil

n goatfish

oarop

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noun arrow

okoda

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verb, intransitive burn

okojda

set on fire

pad

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noun eyebrow

padil

padil
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noun paddle

Example: Photo by Lawrence Joao Haavik, 2015

pahj

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[pa:t͡ʃ] n a sitting place on the edge of the canoe, on top of the connection between the canoe and the outrigger

parai

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verb fry

pehrok

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noun frog

pel ou, pel emen

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adj. another

pilenau

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saliva

poakadi

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verb defecate (shit)

pohs

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noun boat

pwai

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[pʷai] n a piece wood that holds down the kia

pwedin pirap

thief

pwidengla

burned

pwije

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excrement

pwun

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noun seashell

rahn suhkoa

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branch

rahn suhkoa

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noun tree branch

rongrong

yellow

sap

first

sapin woaroa

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neck

si

hear

sihlanglang

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noun rib

sihnaproa

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shoulder blade

sihnmoang

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skull

sumer

summer

warer

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verb start boiling

was

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coral

wehn suhkoa

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fruit

wejekjekda

wet, become

woasoa

tr v. to eat raw fish without a condiment