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abaabai

verb carry a canoe in shallow water; carry half lifting

abitala

noun eave (of a house)

adi longo

adjective to tattle

alaadeu

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pronoun their (for plural, alienable noun)

ava

adjective relief, be relieved

baa ange

close to, near to

baageaa

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adjective weak

baasi masui

adjective left side, left-handed

bangi dua beau

a certain way of pinching with the fingers

bigobigo

adjective bent up (having several bends)

bingabinga

adjective the repeated use of a term or name in conversation

dabadaba

noun slipper lobster

dagaanga

noun way of tying the leader to a fish hook

dala malo

adjective change clothes

delaa tee madea

hard to tellapart from; resemble closely

denei donu

this is it for sure

dolodolo

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verb move from place to place; crawl

duugiva

adjective rough texture, of a plaited object such as a mat

e hia

how much

gaa, ula

verb burn (intransitive)

gaange

verb give

gabaea

to hang oneself

gabugabu

shore

gada-laagau-ngaadai

noun fishsp.

gahoo

verb wear

gai nnao

adjective eat messily

galeva

noun fishsp.: shark sp.

galeve vii

noun fermented galeve, palmtoddy

ganava

noun plantsp.: treesp.: cordiatree(cordia subcordata lam.)

gau dagodo

noun the boom of a sail

giidada

verb misfortune which will occur in the future (as ascertained through divination)

ginigini

noun mollusksp.: tellinidae spp.; pharonella spp.)

haa llau

number four hundred

haaligi

verb wrap from under, wrap around; to line1 something (e.g., a box, with paper)

hada

shelf, platform, raft, floor (of planks); car: a clam nursery, men’s house

hagaaduadu dangada

verb critical of others

hagadabena ange

prepare for

hagaditidi

verb to skip a stone across the water

hagadogaa dangada

adjective embarrass people by one’s actions

hagadubu gina

noun the name of a certain type of string figure

hagagalugalua

verb cause to have more and more galu

hagahala

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noun sleeping mat

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hagallongo

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verb hear, listen

hagamadumadua

verb to act as though very old

hagamanavasaa

risky, dangerous

hagammau de ngudu

argumentative in a disrepectful way

hagamulimuli

verb "this is the end" (of a chant)

hagasebugi

verb make a total of one billion

hagasegelia

verb let slip or slide

hagasoa

verb go with someone; cause to increase innumber

hagauda de hau

put on a hau

hai

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verb do, make

hai me magua

sort of steal

hai modo

verb eat (or pick) when still unripe

hale hai niho

dentist’s office

halehale gaiaa

adjective cloying insincere humility

hallaba

noun the base of a palm frond spine; rifle

haonga lalo de henua

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noun cave

hhanga de ngudu

open one’s mouth

hhule

verb to expose the head of the penis by pulling back the foreskin

hili

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verb choose

hohhoo

adjective a sound made when surprised

hoohanga

adjective a nest (of birds); pumice stone (found as driftwood)

hua daahili

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verb sing a song

ivi gaogao

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rib

lagolago

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adjective plenty; a lot, many

laulau a sogo

noun a type of basket

llago

adjective mature (of a taro corm which can be used for food)

lo te

luu duu

noun covers (of books), two halves

maakau loo dangada

now we’re in trouble

maamaaua

adjective frequently maaua

maaniha

adjective strongly desirous of

mada age (iho)

adjective take from the bottom (top); take the worst or smallest (best or biggest)

mada gaanunu

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noun nipple

madaa hadu

noun grater (metal) attached to a board forgrating taro

magi labua gee

upset stomach (nausea)

mahana

adjective hot (weather)

mahuda age

wakeup

malu gohu

adjective becoming darker (as when the sky becomes overcast)

manu-solo-maanu

jellyfish-like animal in the shape of a flower that burrows into the sand when touched

mmoli

verb haul (all at once or as fast as possible)

muaamoni

a song formerly sung while dancing

ngadi duu

adjective naked

ngaio

noun fishsp.: needlefish

ngalue mai

decrease

niho ngalo

molar teeth, wisdom teeth

nnamu

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verb smell

noho hagamolomolo

adjective to sit by oneself (away from the main group)

nooligi

noun a small knife

oga

to husk (a coconut) with a sharp stick

oha

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verb break, break up, destroy, damage, ruin

oo

adjective fit to (or into)

pee

adjective pass wind (flatus)

pono age de manava

be unable to breathe

se agoo

adept at

suisui

become wet

too gili

wrinkled skin (from age)

umu

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noun cooking fire, cooking area

valagei

whip black coral