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ade

noun liver

ahine

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noun woman

amaadeu

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pronoun our (plural, exclusive; for plural, alienable noun)

anu

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verb dance

badii

noun fish sp., scad?

bangulu

noun a part of a traditional loom

beau

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noun wave, the surf

daa

noun a bunch

daaemai

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verb arrive

dai

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noun west

dangaligi

noun type of basket

deua

noun back (body part)

doa

noun giant

doo

noun an evil scheme

dubuna aahine

noun grandmothers

duudua

noun taro plant

duugau

noun legs at the base of a canoe mast

duunanga

noun that which has been cooked

duusaba

noun type of musical intrument which consists a stretched palm leaf that is blown in order to make sound

gaagoo

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noun chicken

galo-gila

goatfish

gava uli

reef heron - grey phase

gili sau

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verb undress

googoo

noun dark images, shadows in the darkness

gudu de biho

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noun head louse

guumanga

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noun arithmetic

hadahada ama

noun the platform fastened on top of the outrigger booms of a canoe

hadu golaa

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noun sharpening tool

hadu mangeo

noun cushion starfish

Hadu-lehu

the name of a ghost in Nukuoro legend.

hadu-mangeo

cushion starfish

hagadaahanga

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verb lie (tell untruth)

hagadaina

verb to put someone into a sibling or cousin relationship (as by an adoption)

hagadama

verb to treat as a child

hagahoa

noun a boil on the body

hagamogomgo

verb cause to be muscular

hagamuli

verb be late, tarry

hagao

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verb buy

hagapuni

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verb plus, add

hagasele age

verb make up one’s mind; lift up (in a steady motion)

hagassui, hang gainga, hagamamane

urinate (piss)

hagausiusi de me

a sky covered with rain clouds

hai

verb do

haonga lalo de henua

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noun cave

hegai

verb eat ravenously

hie unu

thirsty

huamanu

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noun fruit

hungahunga a nui

the flower of the coconut tree

ia

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pronoun he, she, it

kii ange tanuaa

verb to make something better; to better

lahalahi

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adjective wide

laulau gai

noun a canoe used to transport food to a feast

llanga

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verb weave

llau

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number one hundred

llibo

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adjective, verb drunk, get drunk (pl.)

lodo ai

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verb (transitive; takes only nouns) want; need; like

lodo ai loo

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verb wish for

lodo dagidahi

have differing views (within a group of people)

loeaa

a type of game

longolongo i adamagi

to pick up information by asking others, who have lied (so that one’s information is false)

luu aana

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pronoun his/her (for dual, alienable noun)

luu au

pronoun your (singular; for dual, alienable noun)

luu omaadeu

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pronoun our (plural, exclusive; for dual, inalienable noun)

maadolu

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adjective thick (fabric, paper, hair)

madalua maa dolu

number twenty three

madangi

noun air

magi i de makama

menstruation

mahamaha

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adjective beautiful

mai

verb arrive

makaga

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adjective hard

malemo

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verb drown

malili

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adjective scattered

manu solo laagau

a file (for filing metal)

maua

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adjective possible

me vae

shoes, slippers

mee

noun thing

midi

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noun dream

moni

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noun canoe

ngadi diinonga

pagan gods, idols

ngau hala

bite someone

noho

verb settle somewhere; live somewhere

nuui

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adjective green

oa

gunwales (at the top of the canoe)

obe

eye of thtaro corn

obeobea

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adjective having many eyes (of the taro corm)

odaadeu

pronoun our (plural, inclusive; for plural, inalienable noun)

odiodi

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adjective long since finished, done or gone; long since, a long time ago

onoonogia

noun an overindulgence in fatty foods, leading to a loss of appetite

saavale ina

fish or meat which is watery in texture and bad tasting

sai moni

a fleet of canoes

seaha

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what

seni gi de ao

sleep late (into daytime)

sou

a gust of wind

taane sauaa

shark (euphemism)

tangada madua

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adjective elderly

tinana o dogu damana

noun paternal grandmother

tino boo

full moon (a period comprising two nights)

uaua

vein, tendon, nerve, plastic filament

vai

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adjective watery, bad - (when followed by another word)

veelenga

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noun garden