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noun a line held by a person in the back of the canoe that helps to control the sail

id

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noun eel

Example: Snowflake moray, Echidna nebulosa in Kona, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, United States by Brocken Inaglory, 2008, CC-BY-SA-3.0,
via Wikipedia.

koaklej

koaklej
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noun ant

Example: Photo by David Harrison, 2015

loa

loa
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[] n seat of a canoe

pal

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noun piece of sail where the two rajak meet

apid

apid
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[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

dam

dam
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[dam] n outrigger

kihl

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[ki:l] n small wooden ridge underneath either side of a canoe, as well as underneath an outrigger, to protect the bottom

koasoau jaldu

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

load

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noun piece of wood on the tip of the kehu that holds all the lines attached to the sail

pahj

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[pa:t͡ʃ] n a sitting place on the edge of the canoe, on top of the connection between the canoe and the outrigger

pwoakoar

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[pʷɔkɔr] n the wooden side of the pahj

jiloa

jiloa
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noun axe

johjo

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

kim

kim

[kʌm] n bear paw clam shell

pwoas

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[pʷɔs] n

soasoak

soasoak

erep

erep

noun fan

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

keniapu

keniapu

n papaya

kiliej

kiliej
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noun a piece of line tied to the kehu that can be pulled to reduce the size of the sail

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

marmar

marmar

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

ninpal

ninpal
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noun crossbar that holds the two masts together

padil

padil
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noun paddle

Example: Photo by Lawrence Joao Haavik, 2015

sipwel

sipwel
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noun piece of wood on the side of a sailing canoe that holds the sail lines

poang

poang
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[pɔŋ] n wooden platform on the top of the canoe

pwaklap

pwaklap
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[pʷakəlap] n where the main mast is placed, in the middle of the canoe

sipwel

sipwel
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noun small piece of wood that is tied perpendicular to the kehu, about 1/3 from the bottom

areloang

areloang
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noun string inside the seam of one side of a sail

joan jilu

joan jilu

[t͡ʃɔn t͡ʃilu] n a type of knot

pwij

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[pʷit͡ʃ] n a wooden pole that sits above and paralell to the outrigger, on top of the kia; keeps the outrigger flexible

siyasi

siyasi

noun fashion earrings

upwen win

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[upʷen wen ] n

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

kia

kia
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[kia] n the two wooden poles in the middle of the connection between the canoe and the outrigger

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

luwo

luwo

n bracelet

siyasi

siyasi

n fashion earrings

aie

aie
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noun centipede

Example: Photo by David Harrison, 2015

inoan pwij

inoan pwij

[inɔn pʷit͡ʃ] n a type of knot

keinin ere

keinin ere
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[keinin eɾe] n wooden poles the run perpendicular to the apid and kia, on the connection between the canoe and the outrigger

pwu

pwu
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noun betel nut

Example: Photo by David Harrison, 2015

jimw

jimw
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[t͡ʃimʷ] n the rail on top of the canoe; above the kapwidpwid; prevents water from entering the canoe

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

moai

moai
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noun breadfruit tree

opup

opup
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noun coconut crab

Example: Crancs dels cocoters a Bora-Bora. by Brocken Inaglory, 2006, CC BY-SA 3.0
via ca.wikipedia.org.

dokange

dokange

n large lizard introduced by the Japanese to Mokil Atoll; may possibly be a Mangrove Monitor (Varanus indicus)

elmoan

elmoan
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noun mangrove crab

Example: Mangrove Boardwalk, Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast, South Queensland, AUSTRALIA by Bernard Dupont, 2000, CC BY-SA 2.0,
via Wikimedia Commons.

joi

joi
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noun puffer fish

Example: Yellow form by Onderwijsgek, 2012, CC-BY-S 3.0,
via Wikipedia.

Mwangaj

Mwangaj
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noun coconut (past stage of drinking)

Example: Photo by Emily Drummond, 2015

loahn joahmwur

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[lɔ:n jɔ:mʷur] n where the line holding down the sail is tied; near the end of the canoe but before the repiakiak

repiakiak

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

pohp

pohp
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noun clown triggerfish

Example: Balistoides conspicillum, Balistidae, Clown Triggerfish; Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe, Germany. by H. Zell, 2009, CC-BY-SA 3.0,
via Wikimedia Commons.

nambwo

nambwo
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noun pennant bannerfish

Example: Pennant Bannerfish (Heniochus chrysostomus) by Cliff, 2008, CC BY 2.0,
via Flickr.