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[ ŋɔː pulila liː o poɾi t͡ʃeto ]
sentence I went with the woman to the beach
vi to put a spell on a tree to prevent others from gathering the fruit, usually also involves a physical, be cursed
[ apid ]
n three wooden poles on either side of and parallel to the two kia that make up the connection between the canoe and the outrigger
pronoun you (plural remote)
actually get sea sick
[ liː o uli lamoi poɾin t͡ʃeto ]
sentence the woman went with me to the beach
n unidentified fish species
n traditional circlet used as a sign of welcome; generally made of flowers and/or palm leaves
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how to cite: Anderson, Gregory D.S., Danio Poll, Jason Lebehn, Monique Panaligan and K. David Harrison. 2014. Mokilese Talking Dictionary. Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages. http://www.talkingdictionary.org/mokilese