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abo ange

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good at

ada

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noun picture; movie

agu

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pronoun my (for plural, alienable noun)

ahiahi danuaa

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good evening

ahiahi gohugohu

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noun dawn

aloha

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love

alohi

noun anything forming a semi-circle

bagua

noun pandan tree (pandanus dubius Spreng.)

bodu

noun spouse

daadaa

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noun sweat

dada

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verb pull

dalea

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adjective tired

dangada hua dahili

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noun singer

de mee laa

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that one (over there)

dehine ga haibodu

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noun bride

demeenaa

that one where you are

dena

that

denga meenei

these ones (plural)

diba

noun portion, share, part, fraction

diibuli

noun a doll representing a spirit

duu munimuni

hide and seek (game)

duu ngavesi

cover of a box

gaavadu

verb give

gaavadu

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verb give (to you)

gaba de aasanga

a side of the watercourses between islets on the atoll

gabinivali

a kind of ancient song

galubu

a type of toy

goa

termite

gona

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noun belly button

gubuvae

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noun ankle

haame / huame

noun coconut, green

haanau

verb born, be

haga mahana

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verb heat

hagadaahanga

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verb lie (tell untruth)

hagadabu

restrict

hagadiingia saele

to go about exposing oneself to the sun’s rays

hagamaamaane

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verb urinate

hagamade

do as hard as fast as possible

hagammae lodo

insult (someone)

hagamudumudu

do slowly, delay

hanu ana dama

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verb have children

haonga o taalinga

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noun hole of the ear

heduu

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noun star

holomanga

throat

hua bukaliaa

hua bukaliaa
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noun Indian mulberry, cheese fruit (fruit); used to treat diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart problems

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huaamee

huaamee
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noun young green coconut

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i de boo

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at night

ihee

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where

ise-ngaio

needlefish

laaga

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noun November

lalo

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preposition under

lao

the posterior portion of the coconut crab

laohie

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noun drought; dry weather

lau

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number one hundred

laulau gai

a canoe used to transport food to a feast

lima laangi

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noun Friday

llanea

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adjective plenty; a lot, many

luu odaadeu

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

luu oo

pronoun your (singular; for dual, inalienable noun)

maava age

belch

magini

a sudden pain while moving the body (as with a pinched nerve, or a muscle spasm); a sound like that made by snapping one’s fingers

mala

bald

malili de biho

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adjective balding

malo aahine

noun dress

malo gulu

barkcloth, made from the inner skin of the breadfruit

mami

verb taste (of something)

mamu

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noun fish

manu lele

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noun bird

manu vaaligi

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noun insect

massala

clear-headed

me hagasili

a plant which is allowed to grow extra large (for some reason)

mee duu

noun clitoris

momuna

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adjective savoury (meat)

moni lele

airplane

monilele

noun airplane

moomoa-ganoanga

boxfish (yellow)

moounga

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noun mountain

obe

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noun eye of the taro corm

omaadeu

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

omada

noun eye region (including eyes, eyelids, eyebrows)

saagule

pick head lice

sali dodo

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verb bleed

sao gainga

sweep or clean up trash

seene malili

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noun coins

senga

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drunk

sii mada daahaa

a fine jet of water

siili

a stick used in a children’s game

silivaahea

wander about with no fixed abode

sinaa

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verb having white hair

sio

waterspout (esp. the air causing it); whirlwind

ssigo

clever, a fast learner; catch on to, understand

ssongo

stink

taa malo

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verb wash clothes

taiseni

adjective sleepy

tinana odogu damana

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noun paternal grandmother

ubu loada

a coconut shell used for expectoration

ula

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noun lobster

ulu-dugi

hawk fish

vaasuu

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verb like someone or something, feel affection for

valaai hagasili lodo

a medicine taken to reduce one’s anger, or any other strong emotion