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adirou

noun egg

alij

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beard

amak

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noun hammock

asai

diliej

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

dir armjaj

diroam

drum

doaki

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noun duck

doar

then

eh, ngoah johmwehu

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[eː mɔi juːmʷen] sentence yes, I am sick

engengla

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dried

eni

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noun ghost

eu

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one

ih

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pronoun he, she, it

ingkarakin nehn moang

louse, head

inje

who

jahr siksik

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noun small knife

jan lidip

trap (v)

jandiski

jarip

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verb dig

jeljel

gonorrhea

jerimwein o moair nen amak o

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

joah kijou

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sentence don’t run

joaroak

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v/n sail

joaujoau

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noun grave

johjo

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[jo:jo] n piece of wood under the kia

joun wini, joun wineini

shaman

kalangan

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thank you

kapi

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n coffee

kapwidwid

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[kapʷʉdpʷʉd] n a ridge sticking out from the sides of a canoe that protects the inside of it from high waves

kehu

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n middle mast

keimwoas

vi to alow a tentacle to be bitten off in order to escape the sea eel (of an octopus)

kel

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noun fence

keniapu

keniapu

n papaya

kidal

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verb know

kieil in pehn wasaus

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noun striped lizard

koadkoan umw

roof

korohro

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verb, intransitive white

krokadail

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noun crocodile

lal

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noun language

lehmwsik

ostentatious person

leklek

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noun barrow, hog (castrated pig)

li moado

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very old woman

likamw

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verb lie (tell untruth)

loahm

n unidentified fish species

loal

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adj. deep

long

red ant

lopwlopw likoau

wash clothes

majkun

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verb be blind

manman

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noun magic

meing

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left (side)

mijen war

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[mid͡ʒen war] noun canoe front

moangki

noun monkey

moi chuuba kapan picha

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I did not see the pig

mwajngal

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noun intestines

Mwangaj

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noun coconut (past stage of drinking)

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mwangaj

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ripe coconut

nennen

silent

ngoah pirin inla moa

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sentence I am going there today

ngohi pij soal jilmen

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[ŋɔi pit͡ʃ sɔl t͡ʃilmen] my three black pigs

nihn

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n teeth

noai jeripein

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noun daughter

noaski

sell

oakoakla

adj. being hidden

oarop

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noun arrow

Padin pil

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puddle

paj

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nest

Pajin mahn

noun nest

par

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noun sprouting coconut

parai

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verb fry

pen pwulopwul

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noun coconut already good for drinking, but meat inside thin

pijek

free

Pillap

poad

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noun coconut for seedling

poap

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verb swim

pwaklap

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[pʷakəlap] n where the main mast is placed, in the middle of the canoe

pweipwei

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noun tuna

pwoakoar

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[pʷɔkɔr] n the wooden side of the pahj

pwong

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night

rik

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verb gather

risingda

pull open

rokumw

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noun crab

saud

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south

si

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bone

sikesik, inoang

story

soakoaloan e

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ankle

soapwoahd

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noun nose

soasoak

soasoak

uduk

uduk

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noun meat

umw

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noun hearth, cooking pit/fire

wai

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noun heavy breadfruit tree

wal koalik

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elderly man

wal moado

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very old man

was wahsa

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[wʌs waːsa] noun red coral

wei

turtle

wihk wayu

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last week

woal o pirin kihdoam ngoahi pijo

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[wɔlo piɾin kitom mɔi pit͡ʃo] sentence the man will give the pig to me

wos

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[wʌs] noun living coral

wud moadoak

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noun rain that hurts, hail