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noun name

amak

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noun hammock

angkoa

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noun anchor

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

apkas

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adv. now

daike

tiger

eijek

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num. ten

engengla

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dried

ia

where

immas

imwinsihsi

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noun enemy

inoan

[inɔn jenwʌs] n literally, ’knot at the reef’; a quick knot made before sailing a canoe

ipwdi

vi to be born

irop

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noun pandanus fruit mat for sail

jasihkela

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verb become ill

joaroakli

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[jɔrɔkli] n on the side of a sailing canoe to hold the sail

joarom

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lightning

johpwa, johkin

never

jok

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verb fly down

kapangda

find

kapi

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n coffee

kia

kia
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[kia] n the two wooden poles in the middle of the connection between the canoe and the outrigger

kihl

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[ki:l] n small wooden ridge underneath either side of a canoe, as well as underneath an outrigger, to protect the bottom

kirip

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noun very young coconut

lal en Pohnpei

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language of Pohnpei

lam

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noun lagoon

leme

think

li

li
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noun a line held by a person in the back of the canoe that helps to control the sail

luwo

luwo

n bracelet

majahs

n crab

malahria

malaria

mehme

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verb chew

milik in nen dihn

noun canned milk (store bought)

nauna

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adj. bad

ngoah dupukda pwei pwei o aio.

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sentence I bought a hat yesterday.

nimen munge

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hungry; literally, ’I want to eat’

oaring

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noun coconut that is already brown and ready to husk

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

paoipaoi

hat

poakadi

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verb defecate (shit)

pwai

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

pwoaren paip

rien pahioa jermwein

brother in law

rienpahioai jerpein

sister-in-law

sipwel

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

was

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coral

wejekjekda

wet, become

wiada

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verb build

wou

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verb dog bark

wus

n banana