An example search has returned 50 entries

aalo lo te moana

a disturbance (local) of air

aau ai naa

more so

adu

noun fishclub (priest)

adu modu

listenloadingplaying

noun atoll (group of islets)

ahe

verb return, go back

ahiahi

listenloadingplaying

noun evening

atangada

noun generation, age set

baibu

listenloadingplaying

noun cigarette

bili makaga

adjective love

dangadanga

adjective loose (not tight) ; sieve

dangii

noun fishsp. (= small valu)

danuaa

listenloadingplaying

adjective good

dau looloa

adjective to tie at the end of a long tether

de heduu o taiao

noun morningstar

dee ngado mai

forever,eternally

demeenei

listenloadingplaying

this one

denga mee naa

listenloadingplaying

those ones (plural)

diibuli

noun a doll representing a spirit (from the story of duudebaabaa)

duu de --

make a string figure

duu inai

gai me hagadau doa

eat as though competing against othereaters in a test of manliness(e.g., to eat fish with the scales and all)

giligili tai

noun horizon

haangaa lodo i de gai

be continually hungry, owing to having a distended stomach from regularly eating too much

haangoda dua beau

a fishing method (used on the seaward reef during the day) employing a line, with hermit crabs for bait)

hagaaoa

verb cause to bear misshapen fruit(e.g., by not picking in bunches)

hagadoa

verb act like a giant

hagaeueu

verb a shrugging movement of the shoulders

hagasegedia

verb let slip or slide

hagausinga

noun raincloud (includes all cumulus types)

hakaadia

verb make tightly packed

henua abasasa

noun land of the europeans (includingamerica, japan, etc.)

isiisi luu gauanga

to tear off (a person’s) legs

kono

adjective grunt (once)

libo ange de henua

feel dizzy or faint, vertigo

lodo gi lunga

ambitious for a superior position

maa

listenloadingplaying

noun mother (informal)

maagaga dua

to walk with one’s shoulders unnaturally thrown back

maahaa

adjective daybreak

mada looloa

adjective longer in comparison with; extendingfarther than appears to be the case

malinolino ~ malimalino

verb becoming more and more calm (of weather)

masavaa

noun time when, time of; between, amongst

mau goloa

adjective rich in material possessions

maua

verb to be able to

me aha ai

what for

mogomogo ina

muscular

oho boo

adjective to oho while still dark

pensele

listenloadingplaying

noun pencil

sali

adjective flow, seep

sii

verb spill out (e.g. too much food in your mouth)

sugi launui

noun the tip of the coconut palm leaf