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numeral twenty

agunma ɨmbijenme amena jeŋa awigɨt

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sentence the woman took the pig from me

akunbun munaŋ

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noun; phrase women’s paddle

akunbun mɨnaŋ

akunbun mɨnaŋ
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noun; phrase woman’s paddle

alanandi

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noun flower for face painting

aliŋgɨm amenam

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phrase my arrow

ama pambaŋ asaŋala

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sentence give the bow to me

ama wala jagasoŋgot ɨmbijen

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sentence I don’t see the pig

ama ʧaŋgolari ɨmbijenme

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sentence I want to see the pig

amblija

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noun firewood

amenaki sɨpi

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phrase my sago pancake

amenaŋ ʧuluk

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phrase my song

amenenma kiawi

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phrase my daughter

amenoka waɲa

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phrase my knife

amuŋ

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noun fishes

amuŋ klajkɨn

amuŋ klajkɨn
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noun; phrase dried fish

andi

andi
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noun clay for face painting

andi

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noun ground

asaj ama ʧɨpi

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sentence Mother give me a pancake

awi

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noun fire

baŋ

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numeral one

gluŋ

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noun eye (pl. eyes)

hawaŋ wabus

hawaŋ wabus
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noun feathers (sg. feather)

imblum

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noun leaf (pl. leaves)

imiɲu

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noun coconut

inmasɨnma

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noun frog

jakwan

jakwan
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noun chicken

jangunmeri mundakana

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phrase many mosquitos

jauŋ

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noun meat

jelme amenenme

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phrase my wife

jemgas

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noun leg, foot

jeŋa awiŋ

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phrase took from me

jibɨn

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noun nose

jɨmbuŋa megabugan

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sentence They know me

jɨmbuŋa megabugan

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sentence They know you

kajak

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phrase no

kalawandakɨnma

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noun stamps for body painting

kaman ɨmbuŋ

kaman ɨmbuŋ
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noun; phrase small bamboo drum

kamaŋ

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noun bamboo

kamban aŋan

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sentence I give you

kambukumbi

kambukumbi
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noun cloud or sky

kanbat

kanbat
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noun pig spears

kandagɨm

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noun roof

kiawi amenenma

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phrase my daughter

kiawi mbenme amenenme

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phrase my one daughter

kuba ɨmbijen

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phrase big pig (pl. big pigs)

kuluŋ

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noun fence

kumbut

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noun flying fox (pl. flying foxes)

kupen amenen

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phrase my elder brother

manbajme

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noun female crocodile

manban kanabaŋ

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noun crocodile head

mbam aliŋgɨm

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phrase one arrow

mban ɨmbijen

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phrase one pig

mbaŋ

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phrase one [tear]

mi ʧaman wala kurijaraŋa

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sentence don’t come here (imperative)

mundi

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noun feces

mɨnda amenagɨn

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phrase my pig (pl. my pigs)

nʤɨn

nʤɨn
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noun fish basket

nʤɨn

nʤɨn
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noun small fish basket

pajnbun monaŋ

pajnbun monaŋ
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noun; phrase men’s paddle

pamuŋ

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noun leg

pandawi

pandawi
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noun top part of tool for pounding sago

panʤamuŋ

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noun bench for one person

puga aŋat ɨmbijen

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sentence I gave the pig to them

puklɨŋ

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noun neck

pukuruŋ

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noun neck

pun soŋgot

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sentence I saw them

pusumbun

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noun local fishing hook made of sago thorn

sambwi

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noun fern

samɨn

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numeral four

suluk mbaŋ

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phrase one song

sumasɨm

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noun sago tree

suŋgwi

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noun moon

suŋgwiʤilim

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noun stars (sg. star)

sɨgɨt

sɨgɨt
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noun small stool

sɨmaliɲa

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noun daytime

sɨpan nambiŋgɨn sɨsɨŋgi

sɨpan nambiŋgɨn sɨsɨŋgi
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noun; phrase pandanus fruit seeds

sɨsɨn

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noun tooth (pl. teeth)

sɨsɨŋgi

sɨsɨŋgi
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noun fruit (seeds)

ulupapambani

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noun fungus

wabus

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noun hair

wali

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noun wind

wambun

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noun sago starch flour

wi

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noun name

wi jabagi

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phrase good night

wija amenen

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phrase my dog

wuruŋ

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adjective fake, false, lying

ŋgluŋ mbaŋ

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phrase one eye

ɨmbijen amanagɨn

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sentence It’s my pig

ɨmbijen amenagɨn

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phrase my pig (pl. my pigs)

ɨmbijen miŋa aŋat

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sentence you gave the pig to me

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)

ɨmɨnbam

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noun ear (pl. ears)

ʧambuna

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noun arm (pl. arms)

ʧaŋgurɨm

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phrase ran

ʧena

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noun hole money

ʧɨkɨs

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noun sago pulp, flour

ʧɨsɨngisɨm

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noun teeth (sg. tooth)

ʧɨzɨŋgɨs klat

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noun; phrase toothache