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amai

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[amai] yours (plural)

andip

spit (v)

asai

diliej

n a piece of line tied to the kehu that can be pulled to reduce the size of the sail

doahk

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noun dog

doapwoa

verb jerk

dohkang e

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noun big lizard; probably a type of monitor lizard

duhpek

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starve

duhpk

starve

eijek

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num. ten

en mwahmwa mwahmwa

paternal grandfather

epwiki

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num. hundred

ere

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connector of canoe to outrigger

ingkong

sharp

inje papa

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[int͡ʃɔn papa] sentence who is your father

ipong

vi to force

jaihsnaip

army knife

jaim

sharpen

jan lidip

trap (v)

jandiski

juhre

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noun other type of baracuda

jukren mau

[t͡ʃukren maʊ] n type of knot that looks like the mouth of a parrot fish

jupwranahi

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noun paddling canoe

kak wiawi

adj. possible

kalahs

kang

noun eat

kapehl

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adj. skillful

kapw

new

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

kihnno

noun mosquito larva

kiljoula

undress

kioak

n spine foot (fish)

kioang

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verb give

koahmwihdi

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verb comb

koakilej wahssa

red ant

koalik

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adj. huge

koapine

kojukdi

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verb make something die

korohro

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verb, intransitive white

kouda

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verb to build up

kumwuspoa

majewehka

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adj. fearful

malau

meing

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left (side)

menamen

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noun storm

mihn joaijoai

sharpening tool

mijenloang nauna

it’s cloudy (the sky is bad)

mindoar/amdoar

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interro. how

moadaok

pain

moangki

noun monkey

Mwahmwa/joamoai

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noun father

mwangaj

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noun coconut (past stage of drinking)

mwani

noun money

mwarmwaroa

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chest

mwingehn minjoang

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verb have breakfast

nainki jeri

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verb to have children

nauna

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adj. bad

ngoah dukupda a luk ou.

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sentence I bought her a dress.

ngoah pij soal

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[ŋɔi pit͡ʃ sɔl] my black pig

noaski

sell

oaloa

take

oarop

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noun arrow

oawoa

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mouth

ohroj

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adj. all

okojda

set on fire

onopda

verb be prepared

pad

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eyebrow

padil

padil
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noun paddle

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Padin pil

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puddle

paip

noun pipe

pel ou, pel emen

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adj. another

pij o jen nehn woal o

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

poak

defecate (shit)

pon

virgin

pweipwei

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noun tuna

pwuhn

n batfish

pwukoa

rehn

rehn ohroj

every day

riau

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two

riau

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two

rien pahioa jermwein

brother in law

ringoingoi, minipnip

risingdi

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verb close

rohs

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noun flower

sang

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verb fly (v)

siksik

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adj. small

sinoh

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snow

sipoak

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verb kick

sipwel

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

soal

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adj. black

sowi

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noun (fire)wood

umw

house

umwoaj

hut

umwujoahdi

vomit

wai

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noun heavy breadfruit tree

wehn moai

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breadfruit tree fruit

wejekjekda

wet, become

wijah kije

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this place

wud moadoak

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noun rain that hurts, hail