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Ai kiai dire isimarai si siurar.

phrase I paint my toenails red.

(Indonesian) Saya gosok kuku kaki sampai merah.

ai riri

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noun pole

(Indonesian) tiang

amamo

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complementizer so that

(Indonesian) supaya

anana

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noun ant

(Indonesian) semut

anana kepai

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noun k.o. large black biting ant

(Indonesian) semut hitam besar yang gigit

anangganai

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noun bait

(Indonesian) umpan ikan

ananggemo

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noun k.o. sago without thorns

(Indonesian) sejenis sagu tidak berduri

ariou vemamaya

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noun mimosa plant

(Indonesian) putri malu

asisi

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adjective silent

(Indonesian) diam

atate

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adjective beautiful

(Indonesian) cantik

Au ruau te teina?

phrase Who are you married to?

(Indonesian) Ko kawin siapa?

awawai

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verb patrol asociated with Bintuni dialect?

(Indonesian) meronda

baba

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adjective big; large; wide; parents

(Indonesian) besar; lebar; orang tua

Example: Yau isanepaie ine baba wasia naina aniose Amerika.

baba(i)

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noun older sibling

(Indonesian) kakak

Barimu pasi sisiwara.

phrase The taros grow.

(Indonesian) Keladi tumbuh.

bibiya

noun small waves verb?

(Indonesian) gelombang kecil

bubusa

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noun lungs

(Indonesian) paru-paru

dia kokori

dia kokori
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noun butterflyfish black/yellow/white stripes, v. common, can be eaten. Chaerodon ocellicaudus, baronessa, etc.

(Indonesian) sejenis ikan

dia maruaro

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noun freshwater fish

(Indonesian) ikanair tawar

diadi

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adj? become; happen ’yau ivediadi’ ’I become’

(Indonesian) jadi

dodoku

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noun harbor; bridge; pier

(Indonesian) pelabuhan; jembatan

Ira ivau ne marareia wai

phrase I go wake up the child.

(Indonesian) Saya kasih bangun anak itu.

Isanana dia nesi na mani katu.

phrase I stir-fry the fish in a little oil.

(Indonesian) Saya tumis ikan di minyak sedikit.

kabubui

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noun bamboo shoot roasted and eaten

(Indonesian) rebung bambu

karieri

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verb urinate

(Indonesian) kencing

kariria

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verb bad; evil; to be bad, evil

(Indonesian) jahat; buruk

kasasai

kasasai
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noun land crab lives at the shore, unlike land crab ’muri’

(Indonesian) kepiting tanah

kasisiou

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adjective very angry

(Indonesian) marah-marah

kawawaru

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adjective lazy

(Indonesian) pamalas

kokori

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noun chicken

(Indonesian) ayam

kowo-kowo

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noun k.o. bird

(Indonesian) sejenis burung

kumu-kumu

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noun k.o. large dove var: kumikum

(Indonesian) sejenis merpati

mamara

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adjective clean; clear; white Wondama. In Windesi ’white’ is more often ’vusa’

(Indonesian) bersih; jernih; putih

mamaya

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verb shy; ashamed

(Indonesian) malu

Mararea kio sire, sisa kodo rime siri.

phrase The boy takes one, six frogs remain.

(Indonesian) Anak bawa satu, tinggal kodok enam.

Mararea nei tiare kambu pai.

phrase

(Indonesian) Anak injak air.

mararieti

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verb charred

(Indonesian) hangus sekali

mari so papama

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verb giggle

(Indonesian) cekikik

masasabu

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adjective smashed; shattered reduplication of masabu

(Indonesian) pecah-pecah; hancur-hancur

Example: Wona ne toples pai dio ne misasabu.

masasiepar

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adjective scattered

(Indonesian) terhambur

masaso

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noun life; existence

(Indonesian) kehidupan

masoi kariria

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adjective sorrowful

(Indonesian) berdukacita

masoi pepeya

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adjective gloomy; sad

(Indonesian) muram

matitiotap

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verb be destroyed

(Indonesian) hancur

memei

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noun uncle

(Indonesian) om

mimiotari

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noun common snakehead fish ophiocephalus striatus, channa striata

(Indonesian) ikan gabus

nanari

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verb make; to make

(Indonesian) bikin

Example: Emily ninari anio.

nanaria

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adverb slowly

(Indonesian) pelan

nanaria venasia

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imperative go slowly

(Indonesian) pelahan saja

nanaripi

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verb work; to work

(Indonesian) kerja

Example: Emily ninaripi.

nganggau

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adjective confused

(Indonesian) bingung

nginggisi

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noun cricket sings in the evenings

(Indonesian) sejenis belalang; jangkrik

ngonggo

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noun k.o. harmonika made from rosewood (kayu linggua) or bamboo

(Indonesian) segenis harmonika; kecapi mulut

nini

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demonstrative this

(Indonesian) ini

niniai

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noun nibong palm oncosperma sp.? May also refer to areca palm (?). IMK says there are two kinds of niniai, one which

(Indonesian) pohon nibung

nunu

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verb grill; cook; to grill, to cook

(Indonesian) bakar; masak

panande(re)

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verb forget; to forget

(Indonesian) lupa

papano

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noun soft coral

(Indonesian) karang lembek

pepeya

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adjective quiet reduplicated

(Indonesian) diam-diam

pianiau

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noun study materials pi+aniau

(Indonesian) benda belajar

pipi

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noun money

(Indonesian) uang

popoki

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noun eggplant

(Indonesian) terung

poriri

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verb break

(Indonesian) kasih pecah

raria nini

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adverb today; lit. meaning (’day this’)

(Indonesian) hari ini

rurua

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noun soursop

(Indonesian) sirsak; nangka Belanda

ruwainunu

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noun spirit; ghost

(Indonesian) roh

ruwainunu sren

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noun Holy Spirit

(Indonesian) Roh Kudus

sair rara

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adjective fragrant

(Indonesian) bauh harum

sairara

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verb fragrant; to be fragrant, to smell good

(Indonesian) harum

samariari

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verb sweat; to sweat

(Indonesian) keringat

sanana

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verb stir-fry; to stir-fry

(Indonesian) tumis

Example: Isanana dia nesi na mani katu.

sananai

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noun spear

(Indonesian) tombak

sanandika

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adjective conceited, proud

(Indonesian) sombong

sananiai

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noun spear

(Indonesian) tombak

sananioi

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noun spear

(Indonesian) tombak

sane nei kariria

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adjective sad lit. ’bad stomach’

(Indonesian) sedih; hati susah

sararer

sararer
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noun cricket; cicada

(Indonesian) jangkrik

sasari

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adverb tomorrow

(Indonesian) besok

savavir

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adjective arrogant; not calm

(Indonesian) sombong-sombong; tidak tenang

seseya

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adjective quiet; still

(Indonesian) sunyi

sivererei

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noun star

(Indonesian) bintang

sonini

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verb wobble

(Indonesian) goyang

Example: Yau isonini ai.

susu

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noun k.o. sea cucumber

(Indonesian) sejenis teripang

tamambanei

tamambanei
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noun k.o. tree

(Indonesian) sejenis pohon

Tarakondi ne sandu sususoya.

phrase My ears are ringing.

(Indonesian) Telinga dua-dua berdering.

tararai

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noun cheek

(Indonesian) pipi

tatar

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verb can’t, don’t know

(Indonesian) tidak bisa; tidak tahu

titiai

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verb stick

(Indonesian) melikat

varare

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adverb beside a house

(Indonesian) di samping rumah

vepori mararau

vepori mararau
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noun praying mantis said to have a worm living in its gut that will badly injure anyone who accidentally touches it

(Indonesian) belalang besar

vera-vera

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noun lightning

(Indonesian) kilat

vesisiai

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adverb rarely

(Indonesian) jarang

vetatar

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adjective sinful

(Indonesian) berdosa

vevatatar

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adjective naughty

(Indonesian) nakal

visisiwa

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noun sprout lit. ’thing that grows’?

(Indonesian) tunas

Wona nei riepi marareia katu nei.

phrase The dog licks the boy.

(Indonesian) Anjing jilat anak kecil.

Wona pai pi direvava na pirio nei vawo.

phrase The dog sets his chin on a leaf.

(Indonesian) Anjing taruh dagunya di atas daun.

Yau ipi direvava na meja vawo.

phrase I place my chin on the table.

(Indonesian) Saya taruh dagu di atas meja.

Yau isonini ai.

phrase I shake the tree

(Indonesian) Saya goyang pohon.

Yau yoyo "diru vesie" so Sutri.

phrase I said "good night" to Sutri.

(Indonesian) Saya bilang "selamat malam" ke Sutri.