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achii

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noun bee

afilifilen pau

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noun elbow

aiemweifeseng

separated, be

Aionan weliwel(weliwel), wouwou (kolak)

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noun bark

alamen

alone

alekkis

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noun trail

alilis, alisei

help

allem

better

amochalo pwong

pass the night

apwessa

dry

arawan metaw

blue

atef

spit (v)

aterenges/cheo

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noun tribe

aufar

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noun shoulder

auitkis

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noun little finger

chaan pwupwutiw me on achaw

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noun waterfall

chechenlo

wet, become

cheenweliwel

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noun leaf

chewek

slow

chon atake

farmer

chon operei maan

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noun hunter

choo

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noun coconut, ripe

chopulap

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noun thunder

chotaa

bag

eluw

three

emon kuu

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noun louse

engol me tiwou

nineteen

eos

roof

eosei

sister-in-law

faa

forty

faat, longen taek

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noun eyebrow

faisong

kiss

fikei

v. transitive burn

ich

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noun bamboo

ilingei

dig

io

who

ipweipwan peche

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noun foot

iteitan ren

every day

kairu

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noun toad

kefa

where

ken pau

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noun fingernail

keol

sing

komwei

comb (v)

kuloon nanew

day before yesterday

likkep

huge

limis

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lime

limou

five

lipwpwei

twin

lusen

remain

ma

dead

malu

tired

manchopwot, chopwot

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noun female

manmereit

elderly

masen

orphaned

mmach

ripe

monson

all

mwengeei kisikis

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noun younger sister

mwiitir

fast

namwukuk

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noun mosquito

nanew

yesterday

Nawech aat

son

ngar

sweet

ngerou

thousand

ngot

snore

olo mour

go to sleep

Paewen mansusu

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noun wing

pau

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noun arm

pear

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bear

piik

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noun pig

pikmwan pikaniwel

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noun boar

pung

TRUE

pwal ew

another

pwang

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hole

pwea

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noun bat

Pwel

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ground

pwichikar

have fever

pwii kisikis

younger sister (for female siblings)

pwong

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noun night

pwoot

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noun nose

re lomw

old (person)

ren

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day

resan peas

hearth, cooking pit/fire

ruanu

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noun four

saa

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noun belly

sakur, inow

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noun back

sasaan peche

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noun ankle

seman inei

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maternal grandfather

semwau ter

have cold

sesarich, chuchu

thin

sokkon

kind

sokongai

vagina

sola

thief

sool, fawen mwan

testicles

soopw mengaku

wash clothes

sulo

escape

suuk, are sukei

open

tiekl

run

tiit

fence

waluw

eight

wor

have