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aalanga

noun member (of the body, a house, etc.)

agule

verb pick head lice

anei donu

only these are the ones

angia

verb blow away, cause to move (in the water)

baabaa

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flat

balanggede

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noun blanket

bii

adjective semen, ejaculate

boo dolu de gulu

the third day after breadfruit has been picked (after which it is not good to eat)

boogia mai

be caught doing something wrong

bulu giidagi

noun a type of caulking compound, made from bulu and sap

dabagau

noun a type of floor mat

dabuvae sisi

noun little toe

dama iai

noun a person who has done somethingpraiseworthy

dangage

verb raise one’s head up or back

dangau-paava

noun fishsp.: snapper

dangidangi

adjective cry a lot; beg, apologize; a type of aboriginal chant

danu de bela

spade up taro plots, adding mulch

de gai i mua

favorite food

dee baa tae

stay for only a very short time

degide

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adjective blind

denaa ai

therefore (with respect to this, there near you, or concerning, you)

dugu de gumigumi

allow one’s beard to grow, unshaven

dugudugu iho

adjective a technique of massage

dumanu sala

adjective bad situation; poor in appearance

dumulu

noun july

duna

noun larvae (of mosquito, etc.) found in water

duu de ogaanga

having husked many coconuts (as evidenced by the many husks lying about)

duu-o-de-hine

anything sticky which pulls apart likejelly (applied to certain kinds of seacucumbers, etc.)

gabola

verb flatten out something mushy

gadunga

noun fire-plow

gai de henua

native food (not imported)

gai ina

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verb eat this

gaibea lausedi

trapezeid crab

gaini

any lattice-like arrangement

galogalo malama

noun the last quarter of the moon (rising inthe east just before sunrise)

gaulama

gaulama

noun thick spine of coconut palm leaf

gili agau

verb a moss-like covering of the reef; fish which live on the reef

goe iloo

it’s up to you

golee

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noun seed

goloa haangdoa

noun fishing gear

guao

noun the hard sap of a non-native tree which is occasionally washed up on shore

hagaaduadu iho

self-criticism

hagaahiahi

adjective wait until nearly sunset (to do something)

hagaamuli

verb treat as junior

hagaaoaoa

verb have purposely and habitually remainedup until daybreak

hagabuulunga

verb accuse (someone) of having had sexual relations with someone else

hagadahadaha

verb keep staying away

hagaloma de me

calm weather, with no noise

hagamaadau

noun a current which flows to the right

hagamaanadu

verb remember,remind

hagamadumadua

verb to act as though very old

hagasegea

verb let slip or slide

hahine

woman

hai me gaiaa

to be reluctant to express oneself openly (esp. to persons in certain types ofrelationship to one)

haiva dee agona

sexual activity,

hale

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noun hut

hanga benu

adjective to extract pandanus seeds by splitting the fruit

hanga-mea

noun

hungahunga-a-nui

noun the flower of the coconut tree

ialona

noun a type of string figure

kini

verb pick at one time,pinch at one time

koe

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pronoun you (singular)

lagohia

verb wounded

lahie

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noun (fire)wood

langi haanau

noun certain kind of rain (omen of impending childbirth)

langi moni

noun the sort of rain which is an omen that a ship will come

laohie

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noun drought; dry weather

lau daala buni

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noun hundred dollar bill

laulau

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hundreds and hundreds

laulau hai daonga

noun a type of basket

leo

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noun sound; voice

llena luu mada

loulou

to repeatedly use a breadfruit picker; pull (a trigger)

luuluu haha

adjective wash one’s mouth out, gargle

ma gu

and then

maamaai

adjective ripening (of breadfruit only)

maduilau

noun fishsp.: goatfish

magi kino

adjective loss of appetite

manadu

verb think

manu-gaba-aasanga

noun plantsp.: beachnaupakashrub(scaevola taccada (gaertn.) roxb.)

masana

verb good (quality)

masaova balalangi o lote ngadau

noun rainy season

mmoli gee

haul away from

mmule

adjective slow,late

moosugia ange

somewhat moosugia

muli sua hadu

noun reefward of the storm beach; beach rock

mulimuli

verb much later; the very end

muu-madavai

noun fishsp. (rare)

ngaage nei

Gilbert Islands

ngaaheahe

verb taro which is watery or gummy

noho moso

able to support one’s weight (e.g., a branch of a tree)

noholia

verb occupied

obe

noun eye of the taro corm

sahe

noun any material used to absorb a menstrual flow

salasalani

verb becoming salani in one part, butnot yet salani all over

saunga

adjective having an unpleasant bodyodor

sengalia

verb deceived, fooled; made dependent upon(e.g., gifts)

siba

verb to move to one side (involuntarily) while walking

ssele i de niho

damn it!

togo dahi

first