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noun maternal grandfather
[ kia ]
n the two wooden poles in the middle of the connection between the canoe and the outrigger
verb, transitive burn
[ wɔlu t͡ʃuːpa kitom mɔi pit͡ʃo ]
sentence the man did not give the pig to me
n Idiot or fool (jack-ass)
vi to put a spell on a tree to prevent others from gathering the fruit, usually also involves a physical, be cursed
[ kɔsɔ ]
n a trapezoidal piece of wood on the side of the canoe farther from the outrigger that connects the canoe and the poang
v to be broken or deflowered
[ pʷit͡ʃ ]
n a wooden pole that sits above and paralell to the outrigger, on top of the kia; keeps the outrigger flexible
they know each other
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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