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ai paya

k.o. pandan tree
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noun k.o. pandan tree grows at the beach, used to sew a thatched roof

(Indonesian) sejenis pandan

ana sasinai

sago spines
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noun sago spines

(Indonesian) duri sagu

anana

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noun ant

(Indonesian) semut

andori pimasa

noun k.o. guava; lit. meaning (’large guava’)

(Indonesian) jambu bola

anggamau

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noun dog Wondama dialect

(Indonesian) anjing

aniose

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noun village

(Indonesian) desa

apusi

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noun grandparent

(Indonesian) nenek dan kakek

at

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numeral four

(Indonesian) empat

atai

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noun octopus

(Indonesian) gurita

avori

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adjective new

(Indonesian) baru

awi baru

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verb be a liar or deceiver

(Indonesian) penipu; tukang tipu

Example: Andi diawi baru.

baba

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adjective big; large; wide; parents

(Indonesian) besar; lebar; orang tua

Example: Yau isanepaie ine baba wasia naina aniose Amerika.

Buku pai niena do po garduse pai.

phrase The book is in front of the box.

(Indonesian) Buku di depan karton.

dianggariria

noun crocodile

(Indonesian) buaya

Diapai niunu tomanau.

phrase The fish has already been grilled.

(Indonesian) Ikan sudah dibakar.

diro vavi

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noun sister-in-law

(Indonesian) ipar perempuan

dorewa

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adverb shorewards do+re+wa

(Indonesian) ke darat

ena

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verb sleep; to sleep

(Indonesian) tidur

imboni

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noun beetle eats holes in areca

(Indonesian) kumbang

ina

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noun sago pulp

(Indonesian) ampas sagu

Example: Abise pai dia ina.

Isokiare vara kiai dire nesi to sikake.

phrase I polish my nails green.

(Indonesian) Saya gosok kuku sampai hijau.

kais

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verb empty; gone

(Indonesian) habis

kakomi

nutmeg fruit
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noun nutmeg fruit var: nganggomi

(Indonesian) buah pala hutan

kakomi ambe

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noun Banda mace especially sour

(Indonesian) buah pala Banda

kambu

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noun water

(Indonesian) air

kapori

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verb tie up; to tie up

(Indonesian) ikat sampai putar

kapura

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noun dove

(Indonesian) burung merpati

karakuai

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adjective hard; strong; rough; rubbery

(Indonesian) kras; kasar; kenyal

Example: Pibata ne kiri to karakuai.

kasasai

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

(Indonesian) kepiting tanah

katiei

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noun bachelor

(Indonesian) bujang laki-laki

kausapa

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adverb tomorrow; morning

(Indonesian) besok; pagi

kavaru viarui

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noun long beans

(Indonesian) kacang panjang

kayu re

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noun hook; fish hook

(Indonesian) kait; mata kail

kopa

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verb jump

(Indonesian) melompat

kumu-kumu

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noun k.o. large dove var: kumikum

(Indonesian) sejenis merpati

mai

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noun mother

(Indonesian) ibu; mama

mamara

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

(Indonesian) bersih; jernih; putih

mamura

bamboo
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noun bamboo

(Indonesian) bambu

manau

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verb, adverb already, completive

(Indonesian) sudah

Example: Yau imanau yunu kambu.

manau pena

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adjective satisfied

(Indonesian) sudah puas

mani kakopa

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noun kerosene

(Indonesian) minyak tanah

maruwasi va

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adjective low-spirited; weak

(Indonesian) loyo

masi tutira

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adj like, fit

(Indonesian) seperti, pas

masoi kariria

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adjective sorrowful

(Indonesian) berdukacita

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

nandu

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pronoun we two; 1du excl pronoun

(Indonesian) kami dua

ngonggo

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

(Indonesian) segenis harmonika; kecapi mulut

papiri buo

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noun k.o. fruit

(Indonesian) sejenis buah pohon

pau

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adjective a lot; many

(Indonesian) banyak sekali

pavuki

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noun corn

(Indonesian) jagung

pera

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verb cut; to cut

(Indonesian) potong

peta

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noun map

(Indonesian) peta

pi(ri)

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verb place; put; to place; to put

(Indonesian) taruh

Example: Wona pai pi direvava na pirio nei vawo.

piat

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adjective raw

(Indonesian) mentah

popoki

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noun eggplant

(Indonesian) terung

posasa

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verb to lift

(Indonesian) angkat

raria pesi

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adverb someday; one day

(Indonesian) satu saat

ri

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verb dance; k.o. traditional dance with drums

(Indonesian) adat menari pake tifa

rim e siri

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numeral six

(Indonesian) enam

ron

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noun ironwood

(Indonesian) kayu besi

rora

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verb hit; to hit

(Indonesian) pukul

Ruau te teina?

phrase Who are you married to?

(Indonesian) Ko kawin siapa?

rure

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verb gather; to gather

(Indonesian) berkumpul

Example: Irure kawasa pasia.

sanaia

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adjective dry

(Indonesian) kering

sanaipori

k.o. fruit, langsat

noun k.o. fruit, langsat Lansium domesticum

(Indonesian) langsat

sananai

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noun spear

(Indonesian) tombak

sananiai

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noun spear

(Indonesian) tombak

sane

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noun stomach

(Indonesian) perut

sano

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noun name

(Indonesian) nama

sapami

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noun grasshopper eats leaves, doesn’t make noise

(Indonesian) belalang

sarata (rau)

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noun Laportea Decumana leaves have stinging hairs; used medicinally, as a stimulant

(Indonesian) daun gatal

sarawi

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noun sail

(Indonesian) layar

sasuana

k.o. shell (snail operculum), Pacific cat’s eye
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noun k.o. shell (snail operculum), Pacific cat’s eye

(Indonesian) mata bulan

sasuat

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adjective spicy

(Indonesian) pedis

sau

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verb call; ask permission

(Indonesian) panggil; minta ijin

Example: Isawe irane.

sera

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noun net

(Indonesian) jaring

Sia vura sembepisavir.

phrase They’re all crazy.

(Indonesian) Mereka semua gila.

siambai

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interjection good morning!

(Indonesian) selamat pagi!

sien

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noun god; master

(Indonesian) tuhan; Allah

simarai

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verb rub; polish; paint

(Indonesian) gosok; mencat; kasih cat

Example: Ai kiai dire isimarai si siurar.

sinia

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noun mother non-1sg possessor

(Indonesian) ibu

siotauri

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noun spear; to spear

(Indonesian) tombak; menombak

suo kamberei

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noun nostril

(Indonesian) lubang hidung

tarai

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noun body; flesh

(Indonesian) badan; daging

tatar

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verb can’t, don’t know

(Indonesian) tidak bisa; tidak tahu

Tatawura tanggutu tandunandau nesi kota.

phrase We all cut our hair, too.

(Indonesian) Kita semua gunting rambut juga.

tawa

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verb fall; to fall

(Indonesian) jatuh

Tipu wona pai.

phrase He hugs the dog.

(Indonesian) Dia peluk anjing.

vara tarai

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noun flesh of hand

(Indonesian) tangannya ada isi

vata

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adverb right (side)

(Indonesian) kanan

vaune

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verb wake up; to wake up transitive

(Indonesian) bangunkan

Example: Ira ivau ne marareia wai

visisiwa

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noun sprout lit. ’thing that grows’?

(Indonesian) tunas

Wapupi

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proper noun island off of Windesi Village

(Indonesian) pulau dekat Kampung Windesi

wasarau

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noun paper; letter

(Indonesian) kertas; surat

Wona nei sise.

phrase The dog pants.

(Indonesian) Anjing hosa.

Wona wai sisi.

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phrase The dog defecates.

(Indonesian) Anjing itu berak.

Yau ikambarai yane kavoru maki.

phrase I don’t like eating mung beans.

(Indonesian) Saya tidak mau makan kacang hijau.

Yau ipi direvava na meja vawo.

phrase I place my chin on the table.

(Indonesian) Saya taruh dagu di atas meja.

Yau ya ipotei diapai tomanau.

phrase I already caught the fish.

(Indonesian) Saya sudah mancing ikan.