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[ nitin pɔŋ ]
n the section of the canoe on the other side of the outrigger; includes the poang, koasoau jaldu, pahj, etc.
verb, transitive burn
[ pa:t͡ʃ ]
n a sitting place on the edge of the canoe, on top of the connection between the canoe and the outrigger
day after tomorrow
[ lɔ:n jɔ:mʷur ]
n where the line holding down the sail is tied; near the end of the canoe but before the repiakiak
n playing card
[ t͡ʃeːrmʷen o kupolai t͡ʃaŋ in sugo ]
sentence the boy fell down from the tree
brother in law
n traditional circlet used as a sign of welcome; generally made of flowers and/or palm leaves
verb, intransitive To be in death agony
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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