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adroau

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noun chicken egg

ai

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[aiʔ] noun mine

ajike

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[at͡ʃike] hello/goodbye

aka

v To taste or smell of peppermint

aproa

chip

noun elected chief

da koah oa la?

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sentence What did you get?

dam

dam
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[dam] n outrigger

diroam

drum

dohkang e

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noun big lizard; probably a type of monitor lizard

eu

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one

iaw oahr

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interro. how much

indoa

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verb come

ingkarak

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noun lice (human lice)

ingkarak in mahn

flea

ingkarakin nehn moang

louse, head

inim

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verb, transitive burn

injauwaj

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noon

inje

who

irip

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noun fan

jandiski

jaripdi

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verb bury

jasoangsoang

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diarrhea

jemen pahioai

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noun father-in-law

jeri

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noun baby, child

jeuweje

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verb help

jiloa

jiloa
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noun axe

joaloangala

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verb lose

kadek

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adj. not stingy

kapehd

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noun belly

kapisla

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verb freed, be

karang

heat (v)

keniapu

keniapu

n papaya

kioak

n spine foot (fish)

koakilej

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ant

koapine

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noun hell

koauwehla

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verb, transitive break

kopkopda

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verb cough

krokadail

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noun crocodile

li koalik

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noun elderly woman

lijaian

adj. pregnant

likinjarkin

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back

lipw, poar

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noun hole (in ground)

madau

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noun ocean area very far from reef

mahma

yawn

majewehka

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adj. fearful

majmaj

n spear for fishing

mehdi

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verb dead

mijenloang nauna

it’s cloudy (the sky is bad)

min pein

female

mum

sweet

mwehu majo

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adj. pretty

ngoah inla o aio

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[ŋɔː iːla ɔ̃ʔ aio] sentence I went there yesterday

ngoah jipirin inla moa

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[ŋɔː ʃipiɾin iːla mɔ] sentence I am not going there today

ngoah pirin kioang pijo woal o

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[ŋɔː piɾin kiɔŋ pit͡ʃo wɔlo] sentence I will give the pig to the man

ngoas

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n lips

ngohi pij soal jilmen

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[ŋɔi pit͡ʃ sɔl t͡ʃilmen] my three black pigs

no boilda

boiled

noajnoaj

clean

noasik

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verb give birth

o

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fishing line

oamw

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pron. your

onop

verb prepare

pahioa li

wife

paoipaoi

hat

paoipaoi

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hat

pi lap

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noun river

pij soal jiluhmenne nai

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these three black pigs of mine

pik

pil

poakadi

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verb defecate (shit)

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

prien

friend

pwelmasak

pwidengla

burned

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

pwirejrej

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adj. dirty

pwong rahla

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adj. overcooked, dry, tasteless

pwukel

n tip of penis (slang)

pwun

rehn ohroj

every day

rehno mworin lakap

day after tomorrow

rehnoauwe

today

rehnoawe

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adv. today

rein mwahmwa woal

paternal uncle

riau

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two

ros

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adj. dark

sapin

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noun beginning

sapta

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noun start

sil

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noun coconut sprouted a little

sipwel

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

soahsiksik

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adj. narrow

sosok

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noun gecko

uhda

raise

wanihm

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n window

warin

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noun canoe front

wia

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verb do

wihk lakapw

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next week

wos

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noun isolated parts of the reef

wud

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rain