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adir

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hips adir

(Indonesian) pinggang

Example: (=side?)

amun

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wood amun

(Indonesian) kayu

Example: cf. ai

averis

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grass aβeris

(Indonesian) rumput

barai

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red barai

(Indonesian) merah

bingguan

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far biŋguan

(Indonesian) jauh

fires

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root fires

(Indonesian) akar

fofer

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cheek fofer

(Indonesian) pipi

in vero war

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freshwater eel in βero war

(Indonesian) belut tawar

Example: lit. ‘fish in the water’

inggor

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fishbone iŋgor

(Indonesian) tulang ikan

Example: in+kor

kadera

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chair kadera

(Indonesian) kursi

kaku

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right (side) kaku

(Indonesian) kanan

kan, -an

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to eat an

(Indonesian) makan

Example: 1sg: `yan’, 3sg.anim: `tan’

karaf

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body, flesh karaf

(Indonesian) badan, tubuh, daging

kiver, -iver

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return iβer

(Indonesian) kembali

Example: 1sg: `yiver’, 3sg.anim: `tiver’

kobabyo, -babyo

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young babjo

(Indonesian) muda

Example: 1sg: `ibabyo’, 3sg.anim: `biabyo’

kobua va, -bua va

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narrow bua βa

(Indonesian) sempit

Example: lit. ’not big’; 1sg: `yabua va’, 3sg.anim: `ibua va’

kobuaratan, -buaratan

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fat buaratan

(Indonesian) gemuk

Example: 1sg: `yabuaratan’, 3sg.anim: `ibuaratan’

kobyar, -byar

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to swell bjar

(Indonesian) bengkak

Example: 1sg: `yabyar’, 3sg.anim: `ibyar’

kofanam, -fanam

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close fanam

(Indonesian) dekat

Example: 1sg: `ifanam’, 3sg.anim: `fianam’

kofarar, -farar

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to run farar

(Indonesian) lari

Example: 1sg: `yafarar’, 3sg.anim: `ifarar’

kofararur, -fararur

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to work fararur

(Indonesian) bekerja

Example: 1sg: `yafararur’, 3sg.anim: `ifararur’

kokar, -kar

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raise up kar

(Indonesian) angkat

Example: 1sg: `yakar’, 3sg.anim: `ikar’

kokin, -kin

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to hold kin

(Indonesian) pegang

Example: 1sg: `yakin’, 3sg.anim: `ikin’

kokor, -kor

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to count kor

(Indonesian) hitung

Example: 1sg: `yakor’, 3sg.anim: `ikor’

komakak, -makak

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afraid makak

(Indonesian) takut

Example: 1sg: `yamakak’, 3sg.anim: `imakak’

komosor, -mosor

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angry mosor

(Indonesian) marah

Example: 1sg: `yamosor’, 3sg.anim: `imosor’

komun, -mun

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to kill mun

(Indonesian) pukul, bunuh

Example: 1sg: `yamun’, 3sg.anim: `imun’

konamarna, -namarna

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to steal namarna

(Indonesian) curi

Example: 1sg: `yanamarna’, 3sg.anim: `inamarna’

kopos, -pos

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to grasp pos

(Indonesian) tangkap

Example: 1sg: `yapos’, 3sg.anim: `ipos’

korori

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buttocks korori

(Indonesian) pantat

korur

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thunder korur

(Indonesian) guntur

koruri

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back koruri

(Indonesian) belakang

kosam, -sam

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to hunt sam

(Indonesian) buru

Example: 1sg: `yasam’, 3sg.anim: `isam’

kosip, -sip

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sew sip

(Indonesian) jahit

Example: 1sg: ’yasip’, 3sg.anim: ’isip’

koso, -so

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throw (away) so

(Indonesian) buang

Example: 1sg: `yaso’, 3sg.anim: `iso’

kosoror, -soror

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good, beautiful soror

(Indonesian) bagus, indah

Example: 1sg: `yasoror’, 3sg.anim: `isoror’

kosyum, -syum

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smoke, suck sjum

(Indonesian) isap, rokok

Example: 1sg: `yasyum’, 3sg.anim: `isyum’

kovai, -vai

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expel liquid βai

(Indonesian) muntah air

Example: 1sg: `yavai’, 3sg.anim: `ivai’

kove, -ve

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to give βe

(Indonesian) kasih

Example: 1sg: `yave’, 3sg.anim: `ive’

kovovo, -vovo

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to say, convey βoβo

(Indonesian) sebut, menyampaikan

Example: 1sg: `yavovo’, 3sg.anim: `ivovo’

kovur, -vur

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to go home βur

(Indonesian) pulang

Example: 1sg: `yavur’, 3sg.anim: `ivur’

kowai, -wai

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to turn wai

(Indonesian) balik

Example: 1sg: `yawai’, 3sg.anim: `iwai’

kowaruer, -waruer

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evil waruer

(Indonesian) jahat

Example: 1sg: `yawaruer’, 3sg.anim: `iwaruer’

mak

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stars mak

(Indonesian) bintang

maka roru

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tear maka roru

(Indonesian) air mata

mambur

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feather mambur

(Indonesian) bulu

Example: /man + vur/ `bird + bulu’

manorai

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many-pointed fishing spear manorai

(Indonesian) penikam ikan

manvukor

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bird of paradise manβukor

(Indonesian) burung cenderawasih

Example: ~mambukor

marisan

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chili pepper marisan

(Indonesian) cabe, rica

meos

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island meos

(Indonesian) pulau

monu

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village monu

(Indonesian) kampung

mues von

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matoa fruit mues βon

(Indonesian) matoa

mumes

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mosquito mumes

(Indonesian) nyamuk

nauw

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cat nauw

(Indonesian) kucing

os

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roof os

(Indonesian) atap

pafen

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stove pafen

(Indonesian) tungku

perim

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tomorrow perim

(Indonesian) besok

Example: cf perim `cold’, torek perim `morning’

ranggumak

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fly raŋgumak

(Indonesian) lalat

ras ene

today ras ene

(Indonesian) hari ini

ras mundi

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when ras mundi

(Indonesian) kapan

Example: lit. `day which’

rim

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five rim

(Indonesian) lima

robebarai

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guava robebarai

(Indonesian) jambu

Example: lit. ‘ripe thing’

romaw

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child romaw

(Indonesian) anak

Example: (young person & familial relation)

roveso

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tornado roβeso

(Indonesian) angin puting beliung

Example: lit. `thing that ikut’

rum

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house rum

(Indonesian) rumah

ryane bwon

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mountain rjane bwon

(Indonesian) gunung

Example: lit. `3sg pergi ke hutan’

safur

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ten safur

(Indonesian) sepuluh

sanau

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branch sanau

(Indonesian) cabang

sapam

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grasshopper sapam

(Indonesian) belalang

sarur

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sail sarur

(Indonesian) layar

sasun

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clothes sasun

(Indonesian) baju

sava

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mouth saβa

(Indonesian) mulut

sen

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sea eel sen

(Indonesian) belut laut

sene

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stomach sene

(Indonesian) perut

siar

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sun siar

(Indonesian) matahari

sop

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soil sop

(Indonesian) tanah

sor

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cuscus sor

(Indonesian) kuskus

suari vun

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wife suari βun

(Indonesian) istri

suber

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machete suber

(Indonesian) parang

sup

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garden sup

(Indonesian) kebun

tar

all tar

(Indonesian) semua

tatawai

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earthquake tatawai

(Indonesian) gempa

uk rovuri

rice louse uk roβuri

(Indonesian) kutu di beras

ur

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bread fruit ur

(Indonesian) sukun

uren

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kichen in back of a house uren

(Indonesian) dapur di belakang rumah

vara

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hand βara

(Indonesian) tangan

vara pin

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finger βara pin

(Indonesian) jari

vara pur

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elbow βara pur

(Indonesian) siku

varyam

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baked/dry sago βarjam

(Indonesian) sagu dibakar

ven

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pig βen

(Indonesian) babi

veren

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betel nut βeren

(Indonesian) pinang

veri mambon

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taro βeri mambon

(Indonesian) buah keladi

vode

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landwards βode

(Indonesian) ke darat

voron

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hole βoron

(Indonesian) lobang

wa

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canoe wa

(Indonesian) perahu

wanggar

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rat, mouse waŋgar

(Indonesian) tikus

we na kareku

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ankle we na kareku

(Indonesian) mata kaki

werekyok

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afternoon, midday werekjok

(Indonesian) siang, tengah hari

wonem

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six wonem

(Indonesian) enam

yosier

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one josier

(Indonesian) satu