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noun arms (sg. arm)

akum

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noun women (sg. woman)

akunma

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noun woman, lady

akunma jeŋa awiŋ

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phrase the woman took from me

alisɨn

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noun smoke

ama wandukogodna o ʧambiogodna

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sentence I cut it with an axe

ama ɨbɨsegan

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sentence I’m looking at myself

ambalija

ambalija
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noun shell necklace

amenakɨn ulaŋ

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phrase my coconut

amenaŋ ʧuluk

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phrase my song

angam

angam
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noun black body paint

awi

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noun fire

bu wala jɨmbuŋasoŋgot

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sentence they didn’t see me

gluŋgi

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noun eyes (sg. eye)

halamnandi

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noun flower, certain type

imalija

imalija
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noun river

isɨn malaj

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noun; phrase liquid local salt

jelɨm

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noun heart

jemben aŋat ɨmbijen

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sentence I gave the pig to you

jenʤa

jenʤa
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noun sleeping mat

jerɨmasɨnat

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noun man

jes

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noun tears

jibɨn

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noun nose

jimuŋga

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noun village

jɨmbuja aŋat

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sentence they gave to us

jɨmbuŋ

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noun drum

kaj

kaj
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noun canoe

kaj mbej amenagɨn

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phrase my one canoe

kamban aŋan

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sentence I give you

kamban aŋan ɨmbijen

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sentence I will give the pig to you

kamdaŋ

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noun fish carrying basket

karawari

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proper name Karawari

kawilme

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phrase one X

klibaj ɨmbijen ŋgwaruŋgri

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phrase my two pigs

kluput

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noun back

kolum

kolum
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noun window

kondukɨn kaj

kondukɨn kaj
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noun; phrase back of canoe, woman’s part of canoe

kosɨgajn

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phrase today

koŋgop

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noun ladder

kumbima

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noun flying fox (pl. flying foxes)

kumbut

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noun flying fox (pl. flying foxes)

kupa ɨmbijen

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noun pig tusk

kupen amenam

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phrase my elder brother

malaj

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noun coconut water

malaj ama amuŋgut

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sentence I want to drink water

mamijaŋ

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noun daughter, sister

mamɨɲɨŋ

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noun tongue

manba mban

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phrase one crocodile

mbaman

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phrase one [house]

mbaman jam

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phrase one house

mban japakɨn

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phrase one whiteman

men puŋmegabugan

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sentence he knows them

meŋ amenen

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phrase my husband

mi wala asa ʧaŋgolaŋa

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sentence don’t look at me

mi wala ɨbɨselaŋa

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sentence don’t look at yourself

mundi

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noun feces

mɨndau saŋgɨnat malajmne mɨndi ɨmugoraboran

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sentence boys are swimming in the river

pajnbun monaŋ

pajnbun monaŋ
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noun; phrase men’s paddle

pambijes sɨbɨsagumas

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phrase short men

pandɨŋ

pandɨŋ
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noun tongs

punʤa aŋat

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sentence we gave to them

punʤa megabugan

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sentence we know them

pɨniŋgi

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noun heel, tendon

saklija

saklija
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noun stakes holding sago log

sakuri mban

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phrase one sakuri catfish

sambwi

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noun fern

suput

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noun suput bird

sɨgɨs

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noun sago pulp, flour

sɨkɨs

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noun sago pulp, flour

sɨmbat

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noun jungle

sɨpan nambiŋ

sɨpan nambiŋ
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noun; phrase pandanus fruit

ulaŋ

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noun coconut

ulupapambani

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noun fungus

wala asa jerɨmbi

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sentence don’t tell me (imperative)

wala mɨndi kurijaraŋa

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sentence don’t come here (imperative)

walɨm

walɨm
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noun clay bowl

wambuŋ

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noun chest

wanʤɨm

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noun black palm

wasakɨn

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noun younger brother

wasakɨndaj

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noun younger sister

waɲa

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noun knife

wuruŋ

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sentence you are lying

ɨmbi

ɨmbi
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noun sago bag

ɨmbijan

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noun pig (pl. pigs)

ɨmbijen jaga awan

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sentence I shot the pig

ɨmbijen jaga awlaŋa

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sentence I took the pig from the woman

ɨmbijen kamban aŋagut

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sentence I will give the pig to you later

ɨmbijen puka aŋat

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sentence I gave the pig to them

ɨmbijes

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noun pigs (sg. pig)

ɨmbuŋ

ɨmbuŋ
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noun drum

ʧambuna

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noun shoulder

ʧaruguri

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noun fish arrow

ʧaŋgurɨm

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phrase ran

ʧumbus

ʧumbus
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noun wild ginger

ʧuŋgwiʤilijen

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noun star (pl. stars)

ʧɨbi amenaki

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phrase my sago pancake

ʧɨkɨs

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noun sago pulp, flour

ʧɨmbaŋ

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noun fish scoop basket

ʧɨpan nambiŋ

ʧɨpan nambiŋ
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noun; phrase pandanus fruit

ʧɨsɨngisɨm

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noun teeth (sg. tooth)