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ader

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chest ader

(Indonesian) dada

afenyar

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house lizard afenjar

(Indonesian) cicak

ai

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tree, wood ai

(Indonesian) pohon, kayu

ai kasuari

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casuarina tree ai kasuari

(Indonesian) pohon kasuari

ai mues

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matoa tree ai mues

(Indonesian) pohon matoa

ai nor

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ironwood ai nor

(Indonesian) kayu besi

apu vun

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grandmother apu βun

(Indonesian) nene

barai

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red barai

(Indonesian) merah

barai

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ripe barai

(Indonesian) masak

fas

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rice fas

(Indonesian) nasi, beras

fiak

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four fiak

(Indonesian) empat

fofer

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cheek fofer

(Indonesian) pipi

kana

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ears kana

(Indonesian) telinga

kaninef, -aninef

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to spit aninef

(Indonesian) meludah

Example: 1sg: `yaninef’, 3sg.anim: `taninef’

kaperer

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tongue kaperer

(Indonesian) lidah

kiver, -iver

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return iβer

(Indonesian) kembali

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

kobabua, -babua

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thick babua

(Indonesian) tebal

Example: 1sg: `yababua’, 3sg.anim: `ibabua’

kobabyo, -babyo

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young babjo

(Indonesian) muda

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

koberif, -berif

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to laugh berif

(Indonesian) tertawa

Example: 1sg: `yaberif’, 3sg.anim: `iberif’

kobyar, -byar

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to swell bjar

(Indonesian) bengkak

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

kofuken, -fuken

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to ask fuken

(Indonesian) tanya

Example: 1sg: `yafuken’, 3sg.anim: `ifuken’

kokaruk, -karuk

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cut karuk

(Indonesian) potong

Example: -uk = formative suffix; 1sg: `yakaruk’, 3sg.anim: `ikaruk’

koki, -ki

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to flow ki

(Indonesian) mengalir

Example: 1sg: `yaki’, 3sg.anim: `iiki’

kokofo, -kofo

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V shoot kofo

(Indonesian) tembak

Example: (using arrow, slingshot); 1sg: `yakofo’, 3sg.anim: `ikofo’

kokon, -kon

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to sit down kon

(Indonesian) duduk

Example: 1sg: `yakon’, 3sg.anim: `ikon’

kokun, -kun

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burn, shoot (with gun) kun

(Indonesian) membakar, tembak

Example: 1sg: `ikun’, 3sg.anim: `kiun’

komam, -mam

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to chew mam

(Indonesian) kunyah

Example: 1sg: `yamam’, 3sg.anim: `imam’

komar, -mar

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to die, be put out mar

(Indonesian) mati, padam

Example: 1sg: `yamar’, 3sg.anim: `imar’

komawor, -mawor

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alone mawor

(Indonesian) sendirian

Example: 1sg: `yamawor’, 3sg.anim: `imawor’

komuai, -muai

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shy, ashamed muai

(Indonesian) malu

Example: 1sg: `yamuai’, 3sg.anim: `imuai’

komun, -mun

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to kill mun

(Indonesian) pukul, bunuh

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

konasem, -nasem

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to sniff, smell nasem

(Indonesian) cium

Example: 1sg: `yanasem’, 3sg.anim: `inasem’

kopes, -pes

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to tie pes

(Indonesian) ikat

Example: 1sg: `yapes’; 3sg.anim: `ipes’

kopi, -pi

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to fall pi

(Indonesian) jatuh

Example: 1sg: `yapi’, 3sg.anim: `ipi’

kopos, -pos

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to grasp pos

(Indonesian) tangkap

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

kopu

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tail kopu

(Indonesian) ekor

Example: also for ancestors/descendents: orang tua, nene, tete, cucu

kor

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bone kor

(Indonesian) tulang

kora, -ra

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to go ra

(Indonesian) pergi

Example: 1sg: `yara’, 3sg.anim: `ira’

koriob, -riob

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to fly riob

(Indonesian) terbang

Example: 1sg: `yariob’, 3sg.anim: `iriob’

kosa, -sa

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to climb sa

(Indonesian) panjat

Example: 1sg: `yasa’, 3sg.anim: `isa’

koso aninef, -so aninef

to spit so aninef

(Indonesian) buang ludah

Example: lit. `throw saliva’. 1sg: `yaso aninef’, 3sg. anim: `iso aninef’

kosuaruser, -suaruser

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to think suaruser

(Indonesian) pikir

Example: 1sg: `yasuaruser’, 3sg.anim: `isuaruser’

kosyum, -syum

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smoke, suck sjum

(Indonesian) isap, rokok

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

kovai, -vai

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to climb βai

(Indonesian) panjat

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

kovar, -var

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to bring βar

(Indonesian) bawa

Example: 1sg: `yavar’, 3sg.anim: `ivar

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’

kovye, -vye

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to live βje

(Indonesian) hidup

Example: 1sg: `yavye’, 3sg.anim: `ivye’

kowawes, -wawes

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to yawn wawes

(Indonesian) nguap

Example: 1sg: `yawawes’, 3sg.anim: `iwawes’

kwar

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old, long kwar

(Indonesian) tua, lama

Example: also perfect marker

mafen

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fat mafen

(Indonesian) lemak

Example: (n)

maka

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eyes maka

(Indonesian) mata

maka bwon

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eyebrows maka bwon

(Indonesian) alis mata, kening

mamas

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dirty mamas

(Indonesian) kotor

mambur

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feather mambur

(Indonesian) bulu

Example: /man + vur/ `bird + bulu’

manipopi

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butterfly manipopi

(Indonesian) kupu-kupu

maniver

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wasp maniβer

(Indonesian) lebah

manorai

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many-pointed fishing spear manorai

(Indonesian) penikam ikan

masen

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salt masen

(Indonesian) air laut, garam

mekem

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rain mekem

(Indonesian) hujan

monu

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village monu

(Indonesian) kampung

om

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spear om

(Indonesian) tombak

penggar

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hibiscus peŋgar

(Indonesian) bunga sepatu

perim

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cold perim

(Indonesian) dingin

Example: cf perim `besok’, torek perim `pagi’

pipi

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money pipi

(Indonesian) uang

pir

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place, put pir

(Indonesian) taruh

ran

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sago poridge ran

(Indonesian) papeda

ranek

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sky ranek

(Indonesian) langit

ranggumak

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fly raŋgumak

(Indonesian) lalat

ras

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day ras

(Indonesian) hari

roram

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leaf roram

(Indonesian) daun

rovian

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food roβian

(Indonesian) makanan

Example: lit. `thing that eat’

rowa

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neck rowa

(Indonesian) leher

sabaku

tobacco sabaku

(Indonesian) tembakau

saduan

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door saduan

(Indonesian) pintu

sarai rur

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coconut water sarai rur

(Indonesian) air kelapa

sarur

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sail sarur

(Indonesian) layar

sebai

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moon sebai

(Indonesian) bulan

sene

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stomach sene

(Indonesian) perut

senewar

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intestines senewar

(Indonesian) tali perut, usus

sit

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cloth sit

(Indonesian) kain

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

timur

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cassava timur

(Indonesian) singkong, kasbi

tomes

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sweat tomes

(Indonesian) keringat

torek perim

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morning torek perim

(Indonesian) pagi

uruar

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chin uruar

(Indonesian) dagu

va

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NEG βa

(Indonesian) tidak

ven

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pig βen

(Indonesian) babi

vis

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sick, painful βis

(Indonesian) sakit

vores

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paddle βores

(Indonesian) dayung

Example: 1sg: ’yavores’, 3sg.anim: ’ivores’

vun

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woman βun

(Indonesian) perempuan

vyef

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banana βjef

(Indonesian) pisang

war

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water war

(Indonesian) air

we na kareku

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ankle we na kareku

(Indonesian) mata kaki

we pin

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toes we pin

(Indonesian) jari kaki

we turev

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heel we tureβ

(Indonesian) tumit

werekyok

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afternoon, midday werekjok

(Indonesian) siang, tengah hari

wonem

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six wonem

(Indonesian) enam