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amwje

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noun mosquito

apid

apid
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[apid] n three wooden poles on either side of and parallel to the two kia that make up the connection between the canoe and the outrigger

arimajin mwoakil

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noun people of Mwoakilloa

armaj

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people

armaj lap

elder

da koah dupuk?

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sentence What did you buy?

daiou

which

daonke

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n light

doar

then

eijek

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num. ten

emen aramas

other person

ere

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connector of canoe to outrigger

eu

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one

ia omwunu

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[ia omʷunu] sentence where is your mother

idang

verb press

ihs

inim

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verb, transitive burn

ipwil

n love

ira koaroj

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both

jandin e

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toe

jarau

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noun baracuda

jehpwili

verb remain

jeri

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noun baby, child

jupwranahi

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noun paddling canoe

kahlek

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verb dance

kahs

n steel drum

kak wiawi

adj. possible

kapangda

find

kapehl

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adj. skillful

kapw

new

karang

heat (v)

kilin suhkoa

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tree bark

kioak

n spine foot (fish)

koakilej

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ant

koalik

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adj. big

koaul

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verb sing

kohmw

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noun comb

lal

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noun language

lehmwsik

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noun show-off

lipahruhru

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noun butterfly

loang

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noun fly (n)

luj

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verb jump

majmaj

verb, transitive popular with girls

malahria

malaria

mehme

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verb chew

meing

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left (side)

mihn joaijoai

sharpening tool

mijen war

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[mid͡ʒen war] noun canoe front

mijikda

frighten

mwahmwa koalik

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noun grandfather (general)

Mwaj pwilipwil

leech

mwoad

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fat (size)

mwuj

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vomit (v)

mwumw

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noun fish

nahmwarki

traditional chief

nambwo

nambwo
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noun pennant bannerfish

Example: Pennant Bannerfish (Heniochus chrysostomus) by Cliff, 2008, CC BY 2.0,
via Flickr

ngoah johpwa kapang pij a

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[ŋɔː t͡ʃuːpa kapan pit͡ʃa] sentence I did not see the pig

nim

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verb drink

o

there

oa doapoa

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interro. how many

oai prien

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noun my friend

oaring

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noun coconut in its last stage of development (meat is hard, husk is brown, coconut fallen from tree)

onopda

verb be prepared

pada

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verb make by weaving

pain

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noun female (gender)

pajin loangin juke

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noun nest of honeybees (lit. ’nest of sugarfly’)

pij soal jilmenne

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these three black pigs

pijek

free

pirij

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noun bridge

ples

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n plate

poak

defecate (shit)

pongpong

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adj. deaf

poran maj

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noun eye, possibly "part of face"

pwu

pwu
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noun betel nut

Example: Photo by David Harrison, 2015

pwukoa

rahn suhkoa

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noun tree branch

rahnmwahui

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verb give greetings

rehno mwohn kajapwlakoanaio

day before yesterday

rohs

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adj. dark

sapin woaroa

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neck

sas

verb, intransitive To be in dire need of cigarettes

saud

n party (celebration)

saud

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south

si

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noun bone

sikei

adj. powerful

sipwel

sipwel
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noun piece of wood on the side of a sailing canoe that holds the sail lines

sipwel

sipwel
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noun small piece of wood that is tied perpendicular to the kehu, about 1/3 from the bottom

soakoaloan e

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ankle

sosok

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noun gecko

uduk

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noun meat

uk

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noun blow

umwuj

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verb vomit

walihjek

eighty

waluh

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eight

was wahsa

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[wʌs waːsa] noun red coral

wehs

wejekjekda

wet, become

wijahn koaujoan

village

woal o me khdoam ngoahi pij o

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[wɔlo me kitom mɔi pit͡ʃo] sentence the man gave the pig to me

woaroa

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neck