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ah

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his

alu

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verb walk

armaj

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people

armaj pwiaia

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noun gray-haired person

daboardi/da

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verb catch a fish by hand

doaroahla, kapisla

save

duhdu

wash self

en nohno mwahmwa

noun maternal grandfather

en nohno nohno

maternal grandmother

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air

ia

where

inla

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verb leave

jabjab

machete

jahr siksik

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noun small knife

jahrin taktak

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noun knife used for opening coconuts

jaim

sharpen

jakapehl

not skillful

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toe

jeinj

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verb exchange, to

jerimwein o kupolai jang in suhkoa

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[t͡ʃeːrmʷen o kupolai t͡ʃaŋ in sugo] sentence the boy fell down from the tree

jileu

n bluefin tuna

jip

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ship

johkin wiawi

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adj. impossible

joi

joi
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noun puffer fish

Example: Yellow form by Onderwijsgek, 2012, CC-BY-S 3.0,
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jounpar

kamwinge

feed

kapang, widahli

see

kasoa

throw

kel

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noun cage

kidal

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verb know

kieil in pehn wasaus

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noun striped lizard

kip

fall

kirihj

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noun body fat, grease

koakilej

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ant

koandau

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n stairs

koapine

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noun hell

koaul

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verb sing

kojuk

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verb kill

korohro

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verb, intransitive white

lehmwsik

ostentatious person

lipahruru

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butterfly

mahma

yawn

maj

warm

maler

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verb have hiccups

masak

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adj. hard

mehjeni jerimwein

eldest brother

milik in dihdi

noun breastmilk

moang

moi chuuba kapan picha

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I did not see the pig

mum

sweet

mwakohko

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adj. hungry

mwangaj

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noun coconut (past stage of drinking)

mwehu majo

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adj. pretty

mwoad

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fat (size)

mwoluj

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noun charcoal/embers

nauna majo

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adj. ugly

nget koah dupukda pwei pwei o?

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sentence When did you buy a hat?

ngoah dukupda a luk ou.

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sentence I bought her a dress.

ngoah johpwa pirin kioang pij o poah

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[ŋɔː t͡ʃuːpa piɾin kiɔŋ pit͡ʃo pɔː] sentence I will not give the pig to the man

ngoah jopwa kapan pij o

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[ŋɔː t͡ʃuːpa kapan pit͡ʃu] sentence I don’t see the pig

nimen munge

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hungry; literally, ’I want to eat’

noaisik

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verb to deliver children/to raise children

oai mwah

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noun brother in law

ohroj

every

Padin pil

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puddle

pain

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noun female (gender)

pei

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verb fight

pij koalik

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adjective / noun big pig

poakadi

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verb defecate (shit)

pohp

pohp
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noun clown triggerfish

Example: Balistoides conspicillum, Balistidae, Clown Triggerfish; Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe, Germany. by H. Zell, 2009, CC-BY-SA 3.0,
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pon

virgin

pwaklap

pwaklap
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[pʷakəlap] n where the main mast is placed, in the middle of the canoe

pwoakoar

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[pʷɔkɔr] n the wooden side of the pahj

pwok

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noun small hole (in wall, paper, etc.)

pwong rahla

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adj. overcooked, dry, tasteless

pwuko

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noun basket

pwurpwuren joi

n hair swirl, said to be mark of a naughty child

rahn suhkoa

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branch

rehn

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noun stone, rock

sang

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verb fly

sas

verb, intransitive To be in death agony

sas

verb, intransitive To be in dire need of cigarettes

si

hear

sikesik, inoang

story

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

sorohrpijoang

separated, be

uhda

raise

umwoaj

hut

umwuj

actually get sea sick

up

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noun young coconut

warer

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verb start boiling

warin

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noun canoe front

wehn suhkoan mwinge

wia

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verb do

wis

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noun banana

woal men

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one man

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

wud moadoak

hail