Nukuoro pronunciation guide
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to make a sharp turn ; a back-handed slap or jerking of anything which moves (e.g., a hand, foot, tail, tongue, etc.); to tattoo; hit, strike, beat; to kill; to wash clothes; scoop up (liquids or solids); to bail (a canoe)
Contributor: Vern & Soulik 1973
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Drummond, E., G. Anderson, J. Rudolph, M. Henry, K. Erwin & K. D. Harrison. 2016.
Nukuoro Talking Dictionary.
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