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arimajin mwoakil

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noun people of Mwoakilloa

dir armjaj

dohkang e

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noun big lizard; probably a type of monitor lizard

eijiek eu

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num. eleven

ih

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pronoun he, she, it

ikel

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noun eagle

ilare

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[ilaɾe] to troll

immas

indoa

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verb come

injausik

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in the evening

inminjoang

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in the morning

jandinpoa

jengjeng

n skipjack (fish)

joh dupikoa

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adj. free

kadoarihla

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verb finish

kaengeng, pangal

verb dry

kapang, oakoar

watch (v)

kapisla

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verb freed, be

kikinpoa

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noun fingernail

kirihj

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noun body fat, grease

koakilej keikei

black ant (large, stings)

koaklej

koaklej
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noun ant

Example: Photo by David Harrison, 2015

koandau

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n stairs

krokadail

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noun crocodile

li koalik

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noun elderly woman

loangin juke

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bee

mehlel

true

men a war ewar

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sentence I have a canoe

moadaok

pain

nimen

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verb want

no boilda

boiled

noaisik

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verb to deliver children/to raise children

oakihla

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verb hide

okoda

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verb, intransitive burn

pen

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noun green coconut

pij o kaujla nen woal o

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[pit͡ʃo kaula nen wɔlo] sentence the pig ran into the forest

pijek

free

piroa

tie

pisjang

verb escape

poa

poad

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noun coconut for seedling

sakai

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noun stone, rock

sehpil

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n table

si

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noun ear

sihnaproa

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shoulder blade

sumer

summer

umwuj

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verb vomit

wai

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noun heavy breadfruit tree

waluh

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num. eight

wehn suhkoan mwinge