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amak

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noun hammock

apwali

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verb nurse

arimaj da mahrjil

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noun people of Marshall Islands

armaj lap

elder

daonke

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n light

dir armjaj

emen

other

eng

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noun wind

ia

where

ia domwen

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[ia domʷen] sentence what is your name

immas

injausik

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in the evening

inoan

[inɔn jenwʌs] n literally, ’knot at the reef’; a quick knot made before sailing a canoe

inpwong

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at night

iwihwi

n scaleless fish

jahr siksik

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noun small knife

jasihkela

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verb become ill

jehpwili

verb remain

jerimwein o moair nen amak o

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[t͡ʃeːrmʷen o mɔi nen amako] sentence the boy is sleeping in the hammock

jilijek

thirty

joah war ewar

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[jɔː war ewar] sentence I don’t have a canoe

joal in koapis in indian

bowstring

joamwoahmwoa

verb to be poor

kahs

n steel drum

kang

noun eat

karang

heat (v)

kel

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noun fence

kidal emen emen

we know each other

kihnno

noun mosquito larva

kilin suhkoa

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tree bark

kirip

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noun very young coconut

koakilej keikei

black ant (large, stings)

koakilej wahssa

red ant

koauwehla, sipwang

verb, transitive break

kohl

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gold

kudlaij

sword

kumwuspoa

lal en Pohnpei

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language of Pohnpei

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

likinjarkin

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back

mah

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verb touching one’s nose to a child’s forehead

mahma

yawn

mahn sang

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bird

majahs

n crab

maram

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adj. bright

masak

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adj. hard

mijikda

frighten

min mwein, woal

male

Mo

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grass

moi chuuba kapan picha

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I did not see the pig

mwahmwa koalik

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noun grandfather (general)

mwakoko

hungry

mwaoroan pwirej

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adj. brown

mwoad

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fat (size)

nennen

silent

noahd

noaski

sell

o

there

oakihla

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verb hide

oakla

hide

oapi

pull in

oapil

n goatfish

oapwoarla

v sexually experienced

Padin pil

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puddle

pahiao

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noun spouse of

pahj

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[pa:t͡ʃ] n a sitting place on the edge of the canoe, on top of the connection between the canoe and the outrigger

pajda

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verb arrive

pal

pal
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noun piece of sail where the two rajak meet

pel ou, pel emen

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adj. another

pirejrej

dirty

pirij

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noun bridge

pisla

freed, be

poak

defecate (shit)

pweipwei

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noun tuna

Pwel

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noun mud

pwoahd

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verb awake

pwudong

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noun itch

pwuhl mwuhn

rehnoawe

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adv. today

rein mwahmwa li

paternal aunt

rein mwahmwa woal

paternal uncle

rep

v to be broken or deflowered

rien nohno woal

noun maternal uncle

ringoingoi, minipnip

rongrong

yellow

sas

verb, intransitive To be in death agony

shis

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n sheet

soahsiksik

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adj. narrow

soanihr

sohn mwoaswel

farmer

sosok

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noun gecko

uhdi

stop

uju

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noun star

umw/imw

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noun house

umwuj

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verb vomit

was

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[wʌs] noun living coral

wehn suhkoa

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fruit

wejekjekda

wet, become

wijekjek

wet

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