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aagonga i lalo

noun social class of those who know magic

alohanga

noun a streak of smooth water in the sea

basa dau donu

speak moderately

basa gelo

speak sagely

dae

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noun guts, intestines, buttocks

dagalonga

noun path, route

daledale

verb repeatedly touch lightly

dangau-laha

noun fishsp.: snapper

datada

verb to jerk repeatedly; an intermittent sharp pain

dau langi

verb rainy season

dauhuli (ange)

noun always criticizing (someone) to (his) face

duasala

adjective hardship,difficulty

duuli

verb surround

ga haidama

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adjective pregnant

gabe manava

adjective eat sparingly (just enough to maintain one’s strength), have a snack

gauna

verb invite

gelegele gumi hue

fine-grained sand

hagadaula

verb to anchor

hagahulu

verb make a total of ten

hagapogo

verb fold up (one fold); cause to crumple up

hagavaivai

verb cause to become watery, or less viscous

hai de ama

to have a spouse

hale hadu

noun a house of brick or cement construction

hilohilo ma eidu

a sorcerer able to take human or non-human shapes

i dahi me

each, apiece

kadi

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verb bite

laumele

noun fishsp.: tang (2 sorts)

lele vae

adjective jump feet first

loha

noun birdsp. (never seen live)

luu ono

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pronoun his/her (for dual, inalienable noun)

mada mmea

dark red

mami ange

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verb taste

me ne modu

decision

momme

noun a place

mounuunu

verb easily mounu

ngalongalo

adjective forgetful,absent-minded

ngaue iho

adjective reduce (in rank, price, etc.)

ngudu gaiaa

charlatan

nigo

verb go around in a circle; wind around

nodi

verb to tie a knot in the hair

oo iho (age)

adjective able to enter, going up (down)

paa ono pagola

punished for his bad deeds

pula luu mada

excited with joy

salu mai

make smaller by planing or scraping

siiviivii

verb a way of singing a child to sleep

sou daane

noun a sudden strong gust of wind

ssahu

adjective inquisitive, mischievous (as a child)

sula mai

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verb arrive

too gili

wrinkled skin (from age)

ua-mea

red-throated frigate bird