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aie

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noun centipede

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angkoa

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noun anchor

arimaj da mahrjil

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noun people of Marshall Islands

armaj doapoa pohn o piniji?

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[armaʒ dapɔ pono pinit͡ʃi] sentence how many people are going on the ship

doaki

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noun duck

doapwoa

verb jerk

dopwurpwur

n parrotfish

duhpekla

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starved

dupukda

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verb buy

iaw oahr

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interro. how much

ingkarak

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noun flea

ingkarak

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louse

ingkarakin nehn moang

louse, head

inla

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verb leave

inmijoang pwong

insa

bleed

jed

jiloa

jiloa
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noun axe

joah kijou

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sentence don’t run

johkak wiawi/johkin wiawi

impossible

johnpwong

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noun moon, month

kaengeng, pangal

verb dry

kahlek

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verb dance

kajapwlakoan aio

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day before yesterday

kapang, widahli

see

kapirda

twist open

kapisla

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verb freed, be

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mucus

keniapu

keniapu

n papaya

kikin e

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toenail

kiliej

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

kimwi

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pronoun you (plural remote. more than two individuals)

koapine

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noun hell

koapwoannok

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noun broom

koaroa

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noun heron

kornihda

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noun trumpet

krokadail

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noun crocodile

lal en Mwoakilloa

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Mokilese

li moado

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very old woman

limepwiki

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num. five hundred

loal

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adj. deep

luj

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verb jump

luwo

luwo

n bracelet

majkun

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verb be blind

majmaj

verb, transitive popular with girls

majmaj

n spear for fishing

malahria

malaria

maram

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adj. bright

mijenloang nauna

it’s cloudy (the sky is bad)

milik in munge

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[milik in muŋe] noun dairy milk

minipnip

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adj. thin

mwehu

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adj. good

mwoaroan soah

green

mwumw

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fish

nainki

have

nauna majo

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adj. ugly

nen lih o pijo

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[nen liː o pit͡ʃo] the woman’s pig

nidin poang

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[nitin pɔŋ] n the section of the canoe on the other side of the outrigger; includes the poang, koasoau jaldu, pahj, etc.

noaisik

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verb to deliver children/to raise children

onopda

verb be prepared

padil

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noun paddle

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pajapoang

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noun answer

pajin loangin juke

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noun nest of honeybees (lit. ’nest of sugarfly’)

pal

pal
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noun piece of sail where the two rajak meet

paspas

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adj. flat

pia

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coconut milk (handmade)

pij

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pig

pij soal jilmen

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three black pigs

pilda

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verb choose

piroa

tie

poa

poa

poak

defecate (shit)

pohneje

recognize

pohs

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noun boat

rajak mwein

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noun front mast

rehnoawe

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adv. today

renke

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seat

rioai jermwein koalik

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noun eldest brother

rong

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verb hear

ros

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adj. dark

saosuwa

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noun leaf

sapda

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verb begin

saud

n party (celebration)

saud

verb, intransitive to have a party

si

hear

siksik

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adj. little

sipoak

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verb kick

soanihr

sohn loakijid

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noun fishermen

sohn mwoaswel

farmer

uk

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noun blow

umwoaj

hut

umwuj

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verb vomit

up

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noun young coconut

war

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n foundation of house

war ewar riau

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sentence I have 2 canoes

wehn moai

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breadfruit tree fruit

wia

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verb do

winen mahn

feather