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ahsenenjet

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noun seahorse

armaj pwiaia

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noun gray-haired person

chokcho

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don’t run

dihdi

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bosom/breast

doaroahla, kapisla

save

duhdu pisen moang

wash hair

en nohno mwahmwa

noun maternal grandfather

en pahioai nohno

mother-in-law

engengla

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dried

engngeng

dry

imwinsihsi

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noun enemy

inje papa

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[int͡ʃɔn papa] sentence who is your father

injinjued

sad

inminjoang

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in the morning

iwihwi

n scaleless fish

jabjab

machete

jahr kajrekrek

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noun pocket knife

jahr kharekrek

Swiss army knife

jahr siksik

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noun small knife

jahrin dakdak

knife to take out meat of coconut

joal in koapis in indian

bowstring

joamwoahmwoa

verb to be poor

joapoa

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cheek

joaujoau

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noun grave

johjo

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[jo:jo] n piece of wood under the kia

johkak wiawi

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adj. impossible

johkak wiawi/johkin wiawi

impossible

johkin wiawi

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adj. impossible

joun wini, joun wineini

shaman

kaengeng, pangal

verb dry

kak wiawi

adj. possible

kapang, oakoar

watch (v)

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

kikin e

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toenail

koadkoan umw

roof

koapis in indian

bow

koapoanaw

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noun chin

koaroa

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noun heron

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

koasoau

koasoau jaldu

koasoau jaldu
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[kɔsɔ t͡ʃeltu] n the wooden back of the pahj, on the outrigger side

koawoa

pronoun you (singular)

kulukluk

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noun goose

lalal

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verb talk

lipahruru

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butterfly

majmaj

verb, transitive popular with girls

malahsohs

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noun sap from coconut

manman

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noun magic

marmar

marmar

n traditional circlet used as a sign of welcome; generally made of flowers and/or palm leaves

mehj mehj

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once upon a time

mehme

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verb chew

menamen

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noun storm

milik in dihdi

noun breastmilk

min doapoa

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interro. how many

minipnip

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adj. thin

moalonglong

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noun nausea; start to get sea sick, but cannot vomit

Mwahmwa, pahpa

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father

Mwahmwa/joamoai

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noun father

Mwaj pwilipwil

leech

mwakohko

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adj. hungry

mwakohko

hungry, be

mwakoko

hungry

mwoaroan soah

green

mwoaroan soah suhko

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green

mwosmwos

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adj. short

mwumw

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fish

ngoah dupukda pwei pwei o aio.

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sentence I bought a hat yesterday.

ngoah jipirin inla moa

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[ŋɔː ʃipiɾin iːla mɔ] sentence I am not going there today

ngoah pirin inla moa

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sentence I am going there today

ngoah pirin inla moa lakapw

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[ŋɔː piɾin iːla mɔ lakap] sentence I will go there tomorrow

ngorngor

snore

noajnoaj

clean

noasikdi, koapoaiddi

born, be

oakoakila

hidden

oakoakla

adj. being hidden

oaloa

receive

oaloa

take

pangpangla

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verb lie (down)

paoipaoi

hat

pekendihdi jerimwein

youngest brother

pekendihdi jeripein

youngest sister

peneinei

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noun family

pil siksik

noun pond

poaroane

pwoakoar

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[pʷɔkɔr] n the wooden side of the pahj

pwurpwuren joi

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

raphaphki

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verb find

repiakiak

repiakiak
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n a piece of wood across the top edge of the canoe that holds the sail

ringoaingoai

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adj. skinny

ringoingoi, minipnip

roairoai

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adj. tall

rongrong

yellow

siksik

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adj. little

siksik

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adj. small

sosok

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noun gecko

wilianda/wiliali

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verb to exchange

woaroa

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neck

woasoa

tr v. to eat raw fish without a condiment

wud moadoak

hail

wud moadoak

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noun rain that hurts, hail