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chip

noun elected chief

chokcho

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don’t run

dilda

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verb enter

dokange

dokange

n large lizard introduced by the Japanese to Mokil Atoll; may possibly be a Mangrove Monitor (Varanus indicus)

dueijek

ninety

duhdu pisen moang

wash hair

e

eh, ngoah johmwehu

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[eː mɔi juːmʷen] sentence yes, I am sick

eijek limau

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num. fifteen

eijek riau

twelve

elmoan

elmoan
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noun mangrove crab

Example: Mangrove Boardwalk, Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast, South Queensland, AUSTRALIA by Bernard Dupont, 2000, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

emen

other

engngeng

dry

erep

erep

noun fan

eu

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one

Iaia

immas

ingkarak

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louse

inla

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verb go

inoan

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

insahdi

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blood

ira koaroj

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both

jahr kajrekrek

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noun pocket knife

jaihdlap

japoang

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verb answer

jeripein

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noun girl

jeuweje

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verb help

jihsnaip

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noun Bowie knife

joaloangala

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verb lose

joamwoahmwoa

verb to be poor

joaroakli

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

johmwehu

sick

joi

joi
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noun puffer fish

Example: Yellow form by Onderwijsgek, 2012, CC-BY-S 3.0, via Wikipedia

kahs

n playing card

kajak pein

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noun back part of sail

kamwa

pronoun you (two)

kamwinge

feed

kapang, widahli

see

kehrup

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[ke:rup] n a wooden ridge below the canoe that protects the bottom from coral and keeps the canoe steady in the water

keinin ere

keinin ere
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[keinin eɾe] n wooden poles the run perpendicular to the apid and kia, on the connection between the canoe and the outrigger

kieil

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noun brown lizard

kijou

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[kit͡ʃou] verb (singular, imperative) run

koa

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verb bite

kohd

tusk

kohl

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gold

kohmw

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noun comb

kulukluk

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noun goose

kumwuspoa

kupwa

adj. very poor

lehmwsik

ostentatious person

limeijek

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num. fifty

limoau

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num. five

lipw, poar

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noun hole (in ground)

loangin juke

noun fly

mahn sang

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bird

Mo

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grass

moado

old

moalonglong

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

moarla

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verb go to sleep

Mwaj pwilipwil

leech

mwarmwaroa

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chest

mwoaswel

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noun garden

nainki jeri

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verb to have children

nauna majo

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adj. ugly

nen li o pijo

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[nen liː o pit͡ʃo] the woman’s pig

ngehd

when

nget koah dupukda pwei pwei o?

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sentence When did you buy a hat?

ninpal

ninpal
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noun crossbar that holds the two masts together

noaisik

have children

noasikdi, koapoaiddi

born, be

oawoa

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mouth

onopda

verb be prepared

paip

noun pipe

pajda

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verb arrive

par, amak

hammock

pehk

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noun bag

pen

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noun green coconut

pij o kaujla nen woal o

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[pit͡ʃo kaula nen wɔlo] sentence the pig ran into the forest

pil siksik

noun pond

pilda

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verb choose

pilenau

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saliva

pohp

pohp
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noun clown triggerfish

Example: Balistoides conspicillum, Balistidae, Clown Triggerfish; Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe, Germany. by H. Zell, 2009, CC-BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

pweipwei

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adj. crazy

pweipwei

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noun tuna

pwije

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excrement

pwoaren paip

rajak pein

n bottom mast of a sail

rehnoauwe

today

repiakiak

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

rien nohno woal

noun maternal uncle

rohs

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adj. dark

rong

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verb hear

sapa

vi To spread legs (vulgar)

sas

verb, intransitive To be in dire need of cigarettes

sil

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noun coconut sprouted a little

soanihr

uduk

wehwe

understand

woal

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noun man

wus

n banana