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agaj

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noun grandmother

agorimbri

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noun arms (sg. arm)

akulak

akulak
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noun fish hook

akunma koŋgijakɨnma

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phrase tall woman

alamandi

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noun flower, certain type

aliŋ

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phrase tomorrow

aliŋ

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phrase yesterday

ama ibona

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sentence I don’t want it

ama ɨbɨsegan

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sentence I’m looking at myself

ambalija

ambalija
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noun shell necklace

amenen wija

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phrase my dog

amenogwa

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phrase my X

amuŋ

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noun fishes

amuŋ klaikɨn

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noun; phrase dried fish

amɨn

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noun food

anaj

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noun father

ariŋ jeŋa awiŋ ɨmbijen

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phrase took the pig from me yesterday

aruk

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noun grandmother

baŋ

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numeral one

bu jumban soŋgot

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sentence they saw me

gluŋgi

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noun eyes (sg. eye)

imalija

imalija
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noun river

imbles

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noun leaves (sg. leaf)

imuŋga amenagwa

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phrase my village

jam

jam
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noun house (pl. houses)

jambi mundagɨnana

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sentence there are many houses

japakɨn

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adjective white

jelapakɨm

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noun ear (pl. ears)

jepen

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phrase thank you

jeŋa awiŋ

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phrase took from me

jeŋa megabugan

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sentence he knows me

jimuŋga

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noun village

jɨmbijan

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noun pig (pl. pigs)

jɨmbu megabugan

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sentence They know him

jɨmbuŋa megabugan

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sentence They know you

kaj

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noun canoe

kaj mbej

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phrase one canoe

kalambaŋdija

kalambaŋdija
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noun house post

kalis

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noun sago pudding

kamban aŋat ɨmbijen

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sentence I gave the pig to you

kambukumbi

kambukumbi
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noun cloud or sky

kanben

kanben
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noun armband

kapus

kapus
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noun kapus vegetable

kribaj

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numeral two

kuban manba

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phrase big crocodile

kumbima

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noun flying fox (pl. flying foxes)

kupan masɨn

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noun elder brother

kupen

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noun elder brother

majaŋ

majaŋ
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noun banana tree

malaj

malaj
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noun river

mamaŋ

mamaŋ
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adjective rotten [coconut]

man jam

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phrase one man

manba

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noun crocodile (pl. crocodiles)

manban joŋ

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noun crocodile egg

manban kanabaŋ

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noun crocodile head

masɨn

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noun brother

mbakambaŋʧoŋgot

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sentence I see you

mbaman jam

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phrase one house

mban jam

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phrase one man

mesamden

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noun tongue

mi ɨbɨʧela

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sentence look at yourself

miŋa aŋanen

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sentence you gave to me

miŋa aŋat ɨmbijen

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sentence you gave the pig to me

miŋa megabugan

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sentence do you know me?

monaŋ

monaŋ
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noun paddle

munduba

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noun hat

mɨnda ɨmbijen

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phrase that pig

pajnbɨn mɨnaŋ

pajnbɨn mɨnaŋ
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noun man’s paddle

pamun tisin

pamun tisin
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noun; phrase fruit fed to fish

pandukoŋgon

pandukoŋgon
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noun sago pulp baskets

puga aŋat ɨmbijen

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sentence I gave the pig to them

punʤa megabugan

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sentence we know them

sakuri mban

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phrase one sakuri catfish

samburuŋ

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noun part black pig

sambwi

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noun fern

sambɨs

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noun eyes (sg. eye)

san

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noun bone

sisɨn

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noun (fruit) seed

sɨmasɨm amenagwa

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phrase my sago palm

ulaŋ

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noun coconut

wala asa jerɨmbi

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sentence don’t tell me (imperative)

wala jemɨn megabugan

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sentence he does not know me

wanʤiŋ

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noun leaf costume

wasakɨn

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noun boy

wi

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noun night

wi japaki

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phrase good night

woŋks

woŋks
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proper name Wonks (man’s name)

wuluŋ me kulakan

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sentence you are lying to me

ŋgluŋ mbaŋ

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phrase one eye

ŋgruŋgi

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noun two eyes (sg. eye)

ɨmbijen

ɨmbijen
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noun male pig

ɨmbijen jaga awan

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sentence I shot the pig

ɨmbijen jeŋa awiŋ ariŋ

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phrase took the pig from me yesterday

ɨmbuŋ

ɨmbuŋ
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noun drum

ʧambuna

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noun arm (pl. arms)

ʧambuna

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noun shoulder

ʧamɨn

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adjective middle

ʧanʤɨlɨman usapi

ʧanʤɨlɨman usapi
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noun; phrase flame of the forest flower

ʧumankondim

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noun coconut shell dish

ʧɨbi amenaki

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phrase my sago pancake