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adia

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noun fire

(Indonesian) api

ai batai

k.o. tree
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noun k.o. tree

(Indonesian) pohon nona

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

ai raro

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noun dense forest

(Indonesian) hutan lebat

amoi

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noun aunt

(Indonesian) tante

amumar

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noun fly

(Indonesian) lalat

anasani

oyster shells
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noun oyster shells meat is eaten

(Indonesian) kulit bia tiram

andori (ve)sua

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noun guava; type of large guava fruit; lit. meaning (’emerging guava’)

(Indonesian) jambu besar

anibar

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noun k.o. wasp or hornet large, lives on the ground, extremely painful (claimed fatal?) sting

(Indonesian) sejenis lebah

aniwar

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verb hide; conceal; keep; to hide, conceal

(Indonesian) sembunyi; simpang

apel

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noun apple loan

(Indonesian) apel

apusi

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noun grandparent

(Indonesian) nenek dan kakek

arawa

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noun twig

(Indonesian) ranting

awawar

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noun clothes; several/multiple pieces of clothing

(Indonesian) baju banyak; pakaian

diadi

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

(Indonesian) jadi

Die pai sinaia.

phrase The tide falls.

(Indonesian) Air turun.

dire

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noun edge

(Indonesian) pinggir

diro vavi

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noun sister-in-law

(Indonesian) ipar perempuan

Emily ninari anio.

phrase Emily makes a house.

(Indonesian) Emiy ada bikin rumah.

kabiebar

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noun lightning

(Indonesian) kilat

kai

papeda spoon; utensils for sago mush
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noun papeda spoon; utensils for sago mush made from the spines of sago leaves.

(Indonesian) sendok papeda

kamberei

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noun hole

(Indonesian) lobang

karumas

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noun hot water; any hot liquid, including water, coffee, tea, etc

(Indonesian) air panas

Example: Yau sore karu yunu karomas kopi.

kasie

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verb tie; to tie

(Indonesian) ikat

kavaru kakopa

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noun peanut; lit. meaning (’bean earth’)

(Indonesian) kacang tanah

kavaru maki

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noun mung bean

(Indonesian) kacang hijau

kawai

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noun shrimp

(Indonesian) udang

kaye

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verb scatter; to scatter

(Indonesian) berpencar

Example: Ikaye more nesi.

kokori

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noun chicken

(Indonesian) ayam

kopa

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verb jump

(Indonesian) melompat

mambiri

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noun king; powerful person

(Indonesian) raja; orang berkuasa

maneta

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noun friend

(Indonesian) teman

mapar

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noun valley; plain

(Indonesian) lembah; tanah luas

marandewa

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adjective healthy; thriving

(Indonesian) subur

maruwasi va

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adjective low-spirited; weak

(Indonesian) loyo

mas

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adjective savage; lit. meaning (’hot’)

(Indonesian) ganas

matai

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verb afraid; to be afraid

(Indonesian) takut

memei

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noun uncle

(Indonesian) om

muri

crab
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noun crab

(Indonesian) kepiting

nando

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noun banana

(Indonesian) pisang

naya

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verb curse; to curse

(Indonesian) maki

neta katu

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noun younger sibling

(Indonesian) adik

newe

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verb have more immeditae than ’nei’

(Indonesian) punya

Example: Yau irane inewe barimu nei.

noni

k.o. bush
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noun k.o. bush

(Indonesian) tongkat satan

penai

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particle don’t

(Indonesian) jangan

Piamberi pasi sikamaru.

phrase The pineapples are unripe.

(Indonesian) Nenas belum masak.

piesava

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interjection don’t worry about it

(Indonesian) tidak apa-apa

pirio

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noun leaf (inedible); lily/lotus pad

(Indonesian) daun

ponori

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noun egg

(Indonesian) telur

rabua nina

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noun now rabua

(Indonesian) sekarang ini

ramor

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noun bead

(Indonesian) manik-manik

raria pesi

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adverb someday; one day

(Indonesian) satu saat

raro

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noun wide river

(Indonesian) sungai luas

rawa

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noun skin

(Indonesian) kulit

rawesi

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noun side

(Indonesian) sebelah

rawi

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noun spring

(Indonesian) air muncul

resasi

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verb wash (dishes); to wash (dishes)

(Indonesian) cuci (piring)

riwan

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verb change

(Indonesian) ganti

rora

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noun heaven

(Indonesian) surga

rosua

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noun frog; k.o. brown frog Edible, tastes like chicken.

(Indonesian) kodok

ruru

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noun lake

(Indonesian) danau

rusara

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adverb repeatedly

(Indonesian) ulang kali

rusasiwa

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noun horns

(Indonesian) tanduk

sa

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verb climb

(Indonesian) naik; panjat

Example: Wona ne dio sia na ai rabo ne.

sa

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particle don’t; forms negative commands, ’don’t’ dl: Windesi

(Indonesian) jangan

Example: Sa rua va so pasar wai!

sair

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adjective smelly; putrid; pungent

(Indonesian) bauh, busuk

samuai

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verb find; get; collect

(Indonesian) menemukan; dapat; berkumpul

sane nei kariria

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adjective sad lit. ’bad stomach’

(Indonesian) sedih; hati susah

sanepaya

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verb remember; to remember

(Indonesian) ingat

sano

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noun name

(Indonesian) nama

sapatu

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noun shoe loan

(Indonesian) sepatu

sararer

cricket; cicada
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noun cricket; cicada

(Indonesian) jangkrik

sarata

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noun jellyfish

(Indonesian) ubur-ubur; papeda laut

sarata (rau)

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

(Indonesian) daun gatal

sarou

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noun small mangrove tree fruits are soaked, cooked with coconut, peeled, and eaten

(Indonesian) nangro kecil

sasari

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adverb tomorrow

(Indonesian) besok

seseya

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adjective quiet; still

(Indonesian) sunyi

setawa

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verb guard; to guard

(Indonesian) menjaga; jaga lihat

siambai

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interjection good morning!

(Indonesian) selamat pagi!

siaran

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numeral hundred

(Indonesian) ratus

sina

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noun spine; thorn

(Indonesian) duri

sivererei

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noun star

(Indonesian) bintang

sosa

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verb bark

(Indonesian) menggonggong

su

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verb enter; to enter

(Indonesian) masuk

Example: Yau isu naina suepe ne.

suo kamberei

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noun nostril

(Indonesian) lubang hidung

suo mamu

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noun snot

(Indonesian) ingus

susu

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noun k.o. sea cucumber

(Indonesian) sejenis teripang

tabura

conch
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noun conch used as a horn

(Indonesian) triton

tatopa

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verb narrate (a story)

(Indonesian) bercerita

tere

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verb fall on; hit; be afflicted by; to fall on; to hit ; to be afflicted by

(Indonesian) menimpa; kena

tetap

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adjective diligent, industrious

(Indonesian) rajin, ganting

unu

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noun honey

(Indonesian) madu

vara diara

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noun shoulders

(Indonesian) bahu

vara kiai dir

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noun fingernail; lit. meaning (’finger tooth’) var: varakedir

(Indonesian) kuku jari

varakare

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verb drop; to drop

(Indonesian) menjatuhkan

vavou

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verb go home

(Indonesian) pulang

venasia

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adverb only; just

(Indonesian) saja

Wona nei siera so pibata nei.

phrase The dog looks over at the turtle.

(Indonesian) Anjing lihat ke kura-kura.

yarou buo

k.o. fruit

noun k.o. fruit

(Indonesian) pohon kasuari

Yau ipi direvava na meja vawo.

phrase I place my chin on the table.

(Indonesian) Saya taruh dagu di atas meja.