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(juwan) alɨm

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noun tree bark

abaga

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sentence come here (imperative)

agorimbri

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noun arms (sg. arm)

agunare

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noun throat

aj

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phrase hello

akunmemne

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phrase to the woman

alanandi

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noun flower for face painting

alanandi

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noun flower, certain type

ama ipona

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sentence I don’t want it

ama klibaj ɨndɨgen ɨmbijen

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sentence I have two pigs

ama wandukogodna jaga ajglavan juwan ʧambɨgna

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sentence I cut the tree with an axe

ama ɨbɨsegan

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sentence I’m looking at myself

ama ɨbɨʧegan

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sentence I see myself

ambisɨpi

ambisɨpi
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noun cockscomb

amenagɨn mbej kaj

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phrase my one canoe

amenen

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phrase my X

amenen meŋ

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phrase my husband

amenenme

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phrase my [mother]

andi

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noun ground

aranandi

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noun red body paint

asaj

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noun mother

awi amenagi

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phrase my fire

ba pan kajak

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phrase no way

bapankaj

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phrase never

halamandi

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noun flower, certain type

imalija

imalija
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noun river

isɨn

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noun local salt

jaka megabugan

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sentence I know him

jakasɨkɨn

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adjective black

jambi

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noun houses (sg. house)

jambi mundagɨnana

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sentence there are many houses

japaki

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phrase greetings

jaŋgrɨʤɨmbri

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numeral twenty

jelabagɨms

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noun ears (sg. ear)

jelmasɨnma

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noun woman (pl. women)

jemben aŋat ɨmbijen

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sentence I gave the pig to you

jemkasɨn

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noun foot

jibisapa

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noun coconut leaf

joŋ

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noun egg (pl. eggs)

juwan pɨnaŋ

juwan pɨnaŋ
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noun; phrase tool for digging up grass

juwaɲe

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noun trees (sg. tree)

jɨmbi aŋat

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sentence they gave to us

kaj kubaj

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phrase big canoe

kalabagum

kalabagum
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noun armband

kambija amasɨgan

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sentence I’m hungry

kanbat

kanbat
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noun pig spears

kapus

kapus
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noun kapus vegetable

klibaj ɨmbijen ŋgwaruŋgri

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phrase my two pigs

klibaj ɨmɨnbam

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phrase two ears

konmej

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proper name Konmei

kosɨkajn

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phrase today

kriama ɨmbijen

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phrase three pigs

kuba ɨmbijen

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phrase big pig (pl. big pigs)

kuban manba

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phrase big crocodile

kuluŋ

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noun fence

kundiman

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proper name Kundiman

manbajma

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noun female crocodile

manban joŋ

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noun crocodile egg

manban kanabaŋ

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noun crocodile head

manbas

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noun crocodiles (sg. crocodile)

maraŋawa

maraŋawa
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noun basket

mbam aliŋgɨm

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phrase one arrow

miŋa aŋanen

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sentence you gave to me

mundakalaŋ

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noun stomach

mundi

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noun feces

ojɨmɨne

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noun sky

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

punʤa aŋat

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sentence we gave to them

punʤa megabugan

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sentence we know them

pusumbun

pusumbun
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noun fishing rod

pɨnaŋ

pɨnaŋ
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noun tool for digging up grass

pɨniŋgi

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noun heel, tendon

samburuŋ

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noun part black pig

sambɨs

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noun eyes (sg. eye)

sandambɨnmɨndɨs sɨndi

sandambɨnmɨndɨs sɨndi
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noun; phrase spider web

sanʤɨlɨma

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noun red flower

sisɨn

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noun (fruit) seed

suluk

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noun song

sumankondim

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noun coconut shell dish

sumboka

sumboka
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noun grass skirt

sɨsɨn

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noun tooth (pl. teeth)

undumburinʤaŋ

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noun all black pig

usapi

usapi
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noun flame of the forest flower

wabus

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noun hair

wala wuluŋ ama kulagan

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sentence I’m not lying to you

wambun

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noun sago starch flour

wanʤiŋ

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noun leaf costume

wapus

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noun hair

wasakɨn

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noun younger brother

wija

wija
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noun dog

ɨmbijen mɨn muŋgaj ʧɨvwasɨt ʧaŋgurɨm bɨnaŋ

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sentence the pig ran into the forest

ɨmbijen ŋgwaruŋgri

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phrase my pigs (sg. my pig)

ɨmbuŋ

ɨmbuŋ
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noun drum

ʧambun

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noun shoulder

ʧamuŋ

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noun belly

ʧamɨn kaj

ʧamɨn kaj
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noun; phrase middle of canoe, children’s part of canoe

ʧena

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noun hole money

ʧimbua

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noun woman’s grass skirt

ʧɨbi amenaki

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phrase my sago pancake