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adiroauhn jumwa

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chicken egg

ajike

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[at͡ʃike] hello/goodbye

amai

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[amai] yours (plural)

amwumw poa

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verb wash hands

angkoa

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noun anchor

apkas

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adv. now

armaj doapoa pohn o piniji?

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

daike

tiger

doapwoa

verb jerk

dol

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mountain

duhdu

wash self

eh, ngoah johmwehu

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[eː mɔi juːmʷen] sentence yes, I am sick

eijek duoau

nineteen

emen

other

eu

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one

Iaia

idang

verb press

ingkong

sharp

inimda

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verb to cook

ja-

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prefix not

jasihkela

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verb become ill

jerimwein o doauda in suhkoa

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[t͡ʃeːrmʷen o doːda in sugo] sentence the boy climbed up the tree

joamwoas

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adj. stingy

john mwoaswel

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noun farmer

joun wini, joun wineini

shaman

jukren mau

[t͡ʃukren maʊ] n type of knot that looks like the mouth of a parrot fish

kahs

n playing card

kahs

n sweetheart

kak wiawi

adj. possible

kang

noun eat

kapang, widahli

see

kid

thousand

kihnno

noun mosquito larva

kilin suhkoa

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bark

kiljoula

undress

koah johmwehu?

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[kɔː joːmʷeːu] sentence are you sick?

koakilej

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ant

koapis

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noun bow

koaul

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verb sing

koawoa

pronoun you (singular)

lal en Mwoakilloa

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Mokilese

lam

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noun lagoon

likinjarkin

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back

lipahruhru

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noun butterfly

majipwehkda

scared

majkun

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verb be blind

maraula

thirsty, be

mijoa

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eye

min mwein, woal

male

mindoar/amdoar

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interro. how

mwaj

worm

mwoaswel

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noun garden

mwumw

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fish

nainki jeri

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verb to have children

nainki/anki

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verb have

nget koah dupukda pwei pwei o?

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sentence When did you buy a hat?

ngoah jehpirin inla moa lakapw

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[ŋɔː ʃipiɾin iːla mɔ lakap] sentence I will not go there tomorrow

ngoah johpwa inla moa aio

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[ŋɔː t͡ʃɔpa iːla mɔ ai:o] sentence I did not go there yesterday

ngoah pij soal

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[ŋɔi pit͡ʃ sɔl] my black pig

oabihda

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verb catch a fish by line

ohroj

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adj. all

Padin pil

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puddle

Pajin mahn

noun nest

pal

pal
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noun piece of sail where the two rajak meet

Pehri

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bamboo

pen

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noun coconut (good for drinking)

pen pwulopwul

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noun coconut already good for drinking, but meat inside thin

peneinei

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noun family

pij soal jiluhmen

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three black pigs

pik

pisla

freed, be

ples

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n plate

pohneje

recognize

prin

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preverb will

prin

will be

pwaklap

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

pwedin pirap

thief

Pwel

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noun mud

pwirejrej

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adj. dirty

pwurpwuren joi

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

rahurahu

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verb shout

rehn ohroj

every day

rehnoauwe

today

rep

v to be broken or deflowered

rieijek

twenty

rohs

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noun flower

sapta

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noun start

sas

verb, intransitive To be in death agony

saud

n party (celebration)

si

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bone

si

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noun ear

siak

copulate (have sex with)

sihlanglang

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noun rib

soaksoak

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thorn

ujuh

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seven

umwpwoar

twin

wahn pwij

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[wa:n pʷit͡ʃ] n two wooden poles that sit vertically on top of the outrigger and connect to the kia

warahki

pull

wihk lakapw

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next week

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