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amwje

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noun mosquito

apwkanwa

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adv. before

asai

dikol

n lump

dohkang e

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noun big lizard; probably a type of monitor lizard

duhpk

starve

eijek

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num. ten

immas

ingkarakin nehn moang

louse, head

inmijoang pwong

inpwong

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at night

ira koaroj

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both

ja-

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prefix not

jadahr

slow

jamro

priest

jarau

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noun baracuda

jasihkela

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verb become ill

jed

jeri

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noun baby, child

joah kijou

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sentence don’t run

joah pemoahi

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sentence don’t tell me

joaroakli

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

Joau

jumwa

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chicken

kalangan

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thank you

kamwinge

feed

karkar, pwideng

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verb have fever, feeling hot

kasoa

throw

kehu

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n middle mast

kieil in pehn wasaus

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noun striped lizard

kihnno

noun mosquito larva

kikin e

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toenail

kirihj

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noun body fat, grease

koahmwihdi

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verb comb

koapine

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noun hell

koapoanaw

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noun chin

krokadail

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noun crocodile

lakapw

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adv. tomorrow

lehmwsik

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noun show-off

load

load
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noun piece of wood on the tip of the kehu that holds all the lines attached to the sail

load

verb smell

loang

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noun fly (n)

lopkoa

majmaj

verb, transitive popular with girls

manman

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noun magic

medi

death

men

mijik

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noun fear

min mwein, woal

male

Mo

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grass

moalkoahr

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noun ash(es)

moangki

noun monkey

Mwahmwa/joamoai

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noun father

mwaj

worm

mwani

noun money

mwoluj

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noun charcoal/embers

ngoah johpwa kioang pij o woal o

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[ŋɔː t͡ʃupakiɔ pit͡ʃu oldo] sentence I did not give the pig to the man

ngoah pirin inla moa lakapw

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[ŋɔː piɾin iːla mɔ lakap] sentence I will go there tomorrow

ngorngor

snore

Ni

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noun coconut tree

no

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noun wave, the surf

noaisik

have children

oa doapoa

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interro. how many

oaloa

take

pain

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noun female (gender)

paip

noun pipe

pangpangla

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verb lie (down)

peneinei

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noun family

pij o jen nehn woal o

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[pit͡ʃo ʃen nen wɔlo] sentence the pig ran out from the forest

pij soal jiluhmenne nai

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these three black pigs of mine

pil siksik

noun pond

pilenau

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saliva

pisla

freed, be

poar

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noun lung

pohs

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noun boat

putangla

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adj. burned (self, feeling)

pwa

say

pwij

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[pʷit͡ʃ] n a wooden pole that sits above and paralell to the outrigger, on top of the kia; keeps the outrigger flexible

pwu

pwu
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noun betel nut

Example: Photo by David Harrison, 2015

pwudo

pwudongdonglap

n Kind of jellyfish

rajak mwein

n top mast of a sail

repiakiak

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

reping

v to try to break or deflower

ros

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adj. dark

sehpil

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n table

siak

copulate (have sex with)

sihnmoang

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skull

suhkoa

uju

wahu

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valley

wal moado

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very old man

war ewar riau

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sentence I have 2 canoes

was

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coral

wejekjekda

wet, become

wijekjek

wet

wis

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noun banana

woal men

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one man

woj

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noun whistle/stingray spear/to start to sprout