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noun name

ahsenenjet

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noun seahorse

angkoa

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noun anchor

aproa

arai

armaj

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people

eh

yes

eijiek eu

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num. eleven

en mwahmwa nohno

paternal grandmother

engeng

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adjective dry

eni

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noun ghost

ere

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connector of canoe to outrigger

ia

where

Iaia

ilare

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[ilaɾe] to troll

ingkong

sharp

injauwaj

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noon

inje papa

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[int͡ʃɔn papa] sentence who is your father

ipwil

n love

jahr kharekrek

Swiss army knife

japoang

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verb answer

jed

jilijek

thirty

joang

cry

joangda

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verb cry

johkak wiawi/johkin wiawi

impossible

johlo

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[t͡ʃoːlo] verb to catch a tuna

johpwa, johkin

never

joun wini, joun wineini

shaman

kahs

n steel drum

kamwinge

feed

kid

thousand

kidal pene ara

they know each other

kihl

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[ki:l] n small wooden ridge underneath either side of a canoe, as well as underneath an outrigger, to protect the bottom

kilin suhkoa

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tree bark

koapwoapwoa

rich

koasoau jaldu

koasoau jaldu
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[kɔsɔ t͡ʃeltu] n the wooden back of the pahj, on the outrigger side

kudlaij

sword

lam

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noun lagoon

li o pulila ngoahi porin jeto

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[liː o uli lamoi poɾin t͡ʃeto] sentence the woman went with me to the beach

lijaian

adj. pregnant

limoau

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num. five

loangin juke

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bee

luj

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verb jump

majmaj

spear

malahsohs

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noun sap from coconut

me

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here

men a war ewar

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sentence I have a canoe

moadaok

pain

moado

old

moang

mour, joah leu

raw

mwahmwa koalik

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noun grandfather (general)

mwaj pwilpwil

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noun leech; literally ’sticky worm’

mwangaj

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ripe coconut

mwosmwos

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adj. short

mwuj

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vomit (v)

nambwo

nambwo
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noun pennant bannerfish

Example: Pennant Bannerfish (Heniochus chrysostomus) by Cliff, 2008, CC BY 2.0,
via Flickr

nangjaou

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adj. sunny

ngoah pirin inla moa lakapw

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

ngoah pirin kioang pijo woal o

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

nimen

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verb want

ninpal

ninpal
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noun crossbar that holds the two masts together

no boilda

boiled

noasikdi

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verb born

ohla

broken

paip

noun pipe

peinkapw

young woman

pij o jen nehn woal o

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

pijin nehn woallo

wild boar

pijpij

urinate (piss)

pisenmoang

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hair

poakadi

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verb defecate (shit)

poaroane

pweipwei

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adj. crazy

pwidengi

heat (v)

pwihn

tribe

pwoalkoa

pwudong

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verb have itch

pwuhn

n batfish

rajak mwein

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noun front mast

ringoingoi, minipnip

sinak

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noun snake

soahsiksik

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adj. narrow

sohn loakijid

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noun fishermen

sumer

summer

uhda

raise

uhdi

stop

ujuh

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seven

umw

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noun hearth, cooking pit/fire

wanihm

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n window

was

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coral

wia

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verb do

wijekjek

wet

wilianda/wiliali

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verb to exchange

winen mahn

feather

woal o johpwa kihdoam ngoahi pij o

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[wɔlu t͡ʃuːpa kitom mɔi pit͡ʃo] sentence the man did not give the pig to me

woal o johpwa pirin kihdoam ngoahi pij o

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[wɔlo juːpa piɾin kitom mɔi pit͡ʃo] sentence the man will not give the pig to me

wonou

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six

wos

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[wʌs] noun living coral