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adirou

noun egg

amai

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[amai] yours (plural)

arimajin mwoakil

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noun people of Mwoakilloa

armaj doapoa pohn o piniji?

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

da koah oa la?

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sentence What did you get?

daonke

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n light

dihdi

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noun bosom/breast

dopwurpwur

n parrotfish

dupukda

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verb buy

eh, ngoah johmwehu

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[eː mɔi juːmʷen] sentence yes, I am sick

ia uoa

how much

iaw oahr

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interro. how much

id

sea snake

inoau

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canoe connecting fibers

ipwdi

vi to be born

ipwil

n love

ira koaroj

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both

irip

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noun fan

jahrin pohnseipil

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noun table knife

jakaula

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verb drunk, be

jeinj

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verb exchange, to

jiluh

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three

joah loakloakoa

be quiet

joalin koapis

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noun bowstring

joaroakli

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[jɔrɔkli] n on the side of a sailing canoe to hold the sail

john mwoaswel

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noun farmer

kahs

n sweetheart

kajelel

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num. fourth

kawiliali

verb exchange, to

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

kiljoula

undress

koalo

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root

koapis

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noun bow

koarda pilenau

salivate

koasoa

koasoa
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[kɔsɔ] n a trapezoidal piece of wood on the side of the canoe farther from the outrigger that connects the canoe and the poang

koawoa

pronoun you (singular)

kol

verb hold

kopkop

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noun cough

krokadail

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noun crocodile

lam

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noun lagoon

leu

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verb cooked

lioas

mad

load

load
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noun piece of wood on the tip of the kehu that holds all the lines attached to the sail

long

red ant

majkun

blind

malahsohs

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noun sap from coconut

mehj mehj

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once upon a time

mehlel

true

men

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[men] classifier for people

menamen

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noun storm

mijikda

frighten

mojul

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adj. thick

Mwahmwa/joamoai

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noun father

mwein

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noun male

mwingehn minjoang

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verb have breakfast

mwoakidkid

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noun rough sea (moving sea)

nainki

have

ngoah dupukda pwei pwei o.

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sentence I bought a hat.

ngoah inla o aio

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[ŋɔː iːla ɔ̃ʔ aio] sentence I went there yesterday

ngoah pulila li o pori jeto

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[ŋɔː pulila liː o poɾi t͡ʃeto] sentence I went with the woman to the beach

nimnim

drunk, get

no boilda

boiled

noai jeripein

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noun daughter

oakihla

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verb hide

oaloa

take

oapwoarla

v sexually experienced

okojda

verb, transitive burn

onop

verb prepare

Padin pil

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puddle

pahioa li

wife

pei

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verb fight

pekendihdi jeripein

youngest sister

pij mene

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this pig

Pillap

pisjang

verb escape

poan sang

wing

poar

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noun lung

prien

friend

prin

will be

pwije

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noun excrement

pwirejrej

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adj. dirty

pwoalkoa

pwoas

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[pʷɔs] n

pwok

hole

pwok

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

pwuhl mwuhn

pwukel

n tip of penis (slang)

pwul

young

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noun eldest brother

rohs

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adj. dark

rong

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verb hear

sipwel

sipwel
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noun small piece of wood that is tied perpendicular to the kehu, about 1/3 from the bottom

uhwoa

noun remain

umwuj

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verb vomit

uruhr

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verb laugh

wehn suhkoa

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fruit

wejekjekda

wet, become

wilikda

lift open

woal o pirin kihdoam ngoahi pijo

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[wɔlo piɾin kitom mɔi pit͡ʃo] sentence the man will give the pig to me