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amwje

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noun mosquito

anahne

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verb need

armaj moado

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noun old person

blu

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adj. blue

darwak

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[derəwak] n the place on the canoe where ropes are tied

dihdi

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noun bosom/breast

dir armjaj

dueijek

ninety

duoau

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num. nine

engengla

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dried

idoak

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verb ask

imwinsihsi

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noun enemy

ingkarak

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louse

inje

who

inla

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verb go

inoan

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

inpwong

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at night

insahdi

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blood

irop

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noun pandanus fruit mat for sail

ja-

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prefix not

jamro

priest

jandin e

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toe

jandin e

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toe

jandiski

japapehl

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adj. unskillful

japoang

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verb answer

jasoangsoang

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diarrhea

jeinj

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verb exchange, to

jeuweje

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verb help

jimwin rehl

jimwin rehl
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[t͡ʃimʷen re:l] n the rail on top of the canoe and near the front end; above the kapwidpwid; prevents water from entering the canoe

jip

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ship

joah pemoahi

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sentence don’t tell me

johkak wiawi/johkin wiawi

impossible

johmwehuinwai

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verb have cold

joun wini, joun wineini

shaman

kaengeng, pangal

verb dry

kapirda

twist open

kapwidwid

kapwidwid
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[kapʷʉdpʷʉd] n a ridge sticking out from the sides of a canoe that protects the inside of it from high waves

kehrup

kehrup
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[ke:rup] n a wooden ridge below the canoe that protects the bottom from coral and keeps the canoe steady in the water

kehu

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n middle mast

kilin suhkoa

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bark

koalik

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adj. huge

koalo

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root

koapoanaw

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chin

kodlaij

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noun sword

kojukdi

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verb make something die

kol

verb hold

kopkop

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noun cough

lal en Mwoakilloa

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Mokilese

lidop

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noun sow (female pig of reproductive age)

loa

loa
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[] n seat of a canoe

long

red ant

mah

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

mehdi

n death

mehj mehj

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once upon a time

mehjeni li

eldest sister

meleisik

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heart

min mwein, woal

male

Mo

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grass

Mwaj pwilipwil

leech

mwajngal

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noun intestines

mwakohko

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adj. hungry

mwoaswel

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noun garden

mwuhr injauwaj

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afternoon

nauna

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adj. bad

nen lih o pijo

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[nen liː o pit͡ʃo] the woman’s pig

noaski

sell

o

that

Padin pil

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puddle

pahiao woal

husband

pahioa li

wife

paj

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noun hive

pi lap

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noun river

pij mene

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this pig

pij soal jiluhmenne

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these three black pigs

poap

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verb swim

Pohn pwirej

ground

pohs

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noun boat

puk

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n book

pwelmasak

pwideng

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noun hut

pwidengla

burned

pwije

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noun excrement

pwun

rajak mwein

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noun front mast

rein mwahmwa li

paternal aunt

rieijek

twenty

rioai jermwein koalik

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noun eldest brother

rioai jerpein koalik

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noun eldest sister

sang

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verb fly

sapin woaroa

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neck

si

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noun ear

sinak

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noun snake

sipoak

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verb kick

Soa

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

waluh

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num. eight

warin

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noun canoe front

wehn suhkoa

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fruit

woal men

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one man