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adiroauhn jumwa

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chicken egg

ah

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his

amwumw poa

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verb wash hands

armaj lap

elder

daike

tiger

en pahioai nohno

mother-in-law

engngeng

dry

inla

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verb go

inla

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verb leave

inoan pwij

inoan pwij

[inɔn pʷit͡ʃ] n a type of knot

insa

bleed

jadahr

slow

jandin e

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toe

jarau

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noun baracuda

jeinj

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verb exchange, to

jeri

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noun baby, child

jeripein

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noun girl

joah kijou

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sentence don’t run

joh dupikoa

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adj. free

john mwoaswel

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noun farmer

joi

joi
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noun puffer fish

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kadahr

send

kadek

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adj. not stingy

kadoarihla

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verb finish

kajapwlakoan aio

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day before yesterday

kikin e

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toenail

kimwi

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pronoun you (plural remote. more than two individuals)

kip

fall

koahmwihdi

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verb comb

koakilej keikei

black ant (large, stings)

koauwehla

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verb, transitive break

kummwad

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adj. fearless

lehmwsik

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noun show-off

lijaianda

verb be pregnant

lipahruhru

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noun butterfly

lipw, poar

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noun hole (in ground)

loangin juke

noun fly

malahsohs

honey

malau

mehj mehj

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once upon a time

milik in nen dihn

noun canned milk (store bought)

min pein

female

moadoandoal

smooth

moalkoahr

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noun ash(es)

moalonglong

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noun nausea; start to get sea sick, but cannot vomit

moangki

noun monkey

moi chuuba kapan picha

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I did not see the pig

mwaj pwilpwil

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noun leech; literally ’sticky worm’

mwakohko

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adj. hungry

Mwangaj

Mwangaj
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noun coconut (past stage of drinking)

Example: Photo by Emily Drummond, 2015

mwein

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noun male

mweuhki

mwoaswel

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noun garden

mwosmwos

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adj. short

nauna majo

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adj. ugly

Nen Woalo

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forest

ngoah inla o aio

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[ŋɔː iːla ɔ̃ʔ aio] sentence I went there yesterday

ngoah pwili liau poah rijedo

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[ŋɔː pulila liau pɔː rit͡ʃeta] sentence I went with the woman to the beach

no boilda

boiled

noaisik

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verb to deliver children/to raise children

noasikdi

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verb born

oa doapoa

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interro. how many

oawoa

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mouth

okoda

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verb, intransitive burn

padil

padil
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noun paddle

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pali

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day after tomorrow

palwar mehdi

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noun dead body

parai

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verb fry

paspas

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adj. flat

pen pwulopwul

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noun coconut already good for drinking, but meat inside thin

pij soal jilmenne nai

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these three black pigs of mine

pik

poa

pwa

say

pwihn

tribe

pwoakoar

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[pʷɔkɔr] n the wooden side of the pahj

pwudongdonglap

n Kind of jellyfish

pwun

rahurahu

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verb shout

repiakiak

repiakiak
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n a piece of wood across the top edge of the canoe that holds the sail

ringoingoi, minipnip

roairoai

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adj. tall

rong

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verb hear

rongrong

yellow

sihkei

strong

siyasi

siyasi

noun fashion earrings

soanihr

uduk

uduk

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noun meat

ujuh

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seven

upwuhpw

blue

waluh

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num. eight

warer

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verb start boiling

waringara

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sailing canoe

was wahsa

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[wʌs waːsa] noun red coral

wijahn koaujoan

village

winen mahn

feather

woal o pirin kihdoam ngoahi pijo

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

woasoa

tr v. to eat raw fish without a condiment

wuronna

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noun lobster