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ajike

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[at͡ʃike] hello/goodbye

amak

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noun hammock

arimajin mwoakil

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noun people of Mwoakilloa

da koah oa la?

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sentence What did you get?

dopwurpwur

n parrotfish

eijek

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num. ten

en nohno nohno

maternal grandmother

ia domwen

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[ia domʷen] sentence what is your name

idang

verb press

ilare

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[ilaɾe] to troll

Ingkarakin

lice (human lice)

injinjued

sad

inoan pwij

inoan pwij

[inɔn pʷit͡ʃ] n a type of knot

jadahr

slow

jahr kharekrek

Swiss army knife

jahr siksik

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noun small knife

jaim

sharpen

jamwrou

noun priest

jan lidip

trap (v)

jandin e

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toe

jandin e

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toe

japan, kadek

not stingy

joah kijou

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sentence don’t run

joal in koapis in indian

bowstring

joalin koapis

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noun bowstring

johlo

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[t͡ʃoːlo] verb to catch a tuna

johmwehuda

ill, become

juhre

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noun other type of baracuda

kapehd

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noun belly

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

kim

kim

[kʌm] n bear paw clam shell

koakilej wahssa

red ant

koakoahk

tired

koapoanaw

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noun chin

lal

word

lallal

lau

lehmwsik

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noun show-off

li

li
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noun a line held by a person in the back of the canoe that helps to control the sail

li moado

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very old woman

loahn joahmwur

loahn joahmwur
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[lɔ:n jɔ:mʷur] n where the line holding down the sail is tied; near the end of the canoe but before the repiakiak

loangin juke

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noun honey bee

majkun

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verb be blind

mehme

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verb chew

min pein

female

moalonglong

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

moi chuuba kapan picha

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I did not see the pig

Mwaj pwilipwil

leech

mweuhki

nahmwarki

traditional chief

nainki

have

nan jed

ngi

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tooth

ngoah dupukda pwei pwei o aio.

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sentence I bought a hat yesterday.

ngoah johpwa kapang pij a

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[ŋɔː t͡ʃuːpa kapan pit͡ʃa] sentence I did not see the pig

ngoah na kioang pij o woal o

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[ŋɔː na kiɔn pit͡ʃu wɔlu] sentence I gave 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

oai prien

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noun my friend

oaloa

take

oapwoarla

v sexually experienced

oarop

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noun arrow

ohla

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verb, intransitive break

okojda

verb, transitive burn

pad

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noun eyebrow

pangal

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verb dry

pij soal jilmenne

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these three black pigs

pijek

free

pik

pilda

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verb choose

poak

defecate (shit)

poap

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verb swim

Pohn pwirej

ground

pw

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noun fishing pole

pwada

why

pwidengla

burned

pwije

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noun excrement

pwuhn

n batfish

rahurahu

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verb shout

rajak mwein

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noun front mast

rajak pein

n bottom mast of a sail

raphaphki

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verb find

rehnoauwe

today

renke

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seat

rioai jermwein/woal

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noun brother

risingda

pull open

rohs

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flower

sapda

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verb begin

si

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noun bone

si

hear

sihlanglang

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noun rib

umwuj

actually get sea sick

wahsa

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red

wal moado

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very old man

war

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noun canoe

war ewar riau

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sentence I have 2 canoes

was wahsa

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[wʌs waːsa] noun red coral

wehn suhkoan mwinge

woj

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noun whistle/stingray spear/to start to sprout

wonou

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