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abɨnʤɨmbɨrɨm

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noun male loin cloth

agaj

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noun grandmother

agorim

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noun arm (pl. arms)

akaj

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noun grandfather

akum

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noun women (sg. woman)

alanandi

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noun flower for face painting

ama klibaj ɨndɨgen ɨmbijen

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sentence I have two pigs

amenagɨn

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phrase my X

amenagɨn mbej kaj

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phrase my one canoe

amenaŋgli

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phrase my two X

amenen meŋ

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phrase my husband

amenogwa

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phrase my X

amenoka

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phrase my [coconut palm]

apɨnʤɨmbɨlɨm

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noun male loin cloth

aʧa jerɨmbi

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sentence tell me (imperative)

ba pan kajak

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phrase no way

bagwan kajak

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sentence you will never get it

ikɨm

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noun basket

imbles

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noun leaves (sg. leaf)

jaga awigɨt ɨmbijen akunmemne

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sentence I took the pig from the woman

jakwan

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noun chicken (pl. chickens)

jam

jam
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noun house (pl. houses)

jambi

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noun houses (sg. house)

jambi mundagɨnana

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sentence there are many houses

jauŋ

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noun meat

jawi

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noun vagina

jelasɨmbaj

jelasɨmbaj
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noun flower (generic)

jelɨsembaj

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noun hibiscus flower

jemben aŋagut ɨmbijen

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sentence I will give the pig to you

jemgas

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noun leg, foot

jemkasɨn

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noun foot

jeŋa awiŋ

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phrase took from me

jeŋa megabugan

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sentence he knows me

juŋguluŋ

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noun eye (pl. eyes)

jɨbus

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noun coconut trees (sg. coconut tree)

jɨmbuŋ

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noun small drum

kabaŋ

kabaŋ
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noun three-pronged fish spear

kaj

kaj
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noun canoe

kaj waʧari

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phrase small canoe

kamban aŋan ɨmbijen

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sentence I will give the pig to you

kambukumbi

kambukumbi
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noun cloud or sky

kandakɨm

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noun roof

kawi

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noun kawi fish, snakehead gobifish

kobok

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noun sickness

kolum

kolum
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noun window

kondugɨn kaj

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

konmej

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proper name Konmei

kosɨgajn

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phrase today

kumbi

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noun children

kusɨkaj

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noun day

mamakɨn

mamakɨn
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adjective rotten [coconut]

manban maraŋ

manban maraŋ
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noun; phrase crocodile prow

maraŋ

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noun prow

mbakambaŋsoŋgot

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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

mejŋ

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noun husband

mi maj jerɨmbijalaŋa

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sentence don’t tell me (imperative)

mi wala sa jerɨmbija

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sentence don’t tell me (imperative)

mʤakaj jambugan malajmne

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sentence canoe is on the river

pajnbun monaŋ

pajnbun monaŋ
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noun; phrase men’s paddle

pandukoŋgon

pandukoŋgon
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noun sago pulp baskets

pɨniŋgi

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noun heel, tendon

saklija

saklija
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noun stakes holding sago log

sakuri

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noun sakuri catfish

sam

sam
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noun seating platform

sambwiŋ ɨmblum

sambwiŋ ɨmblum
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noun; phrase fern

sanbo

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noun black and white pig

sandambɨnma

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noun spider

saŋgɨnma

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noun girl

sisɨn

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noun (fruit) seed

sumasɨm

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noun sago tree

sumbus

sumbus
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noun wild ginger

sɨgɨs

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noun sago pulp, flour

sɨkɨt

sɨkɨt
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noun stool

sɨmasɨnmɨn punʤuŋ

sɨmasɨnmɨn punʤuŋ
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noun; phrase sago log

sɨmbluk

sɨmbluk
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noun sago trunk

sɨzɨn mbaŋ

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phrase one tooth

tiziŋgi

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noun (fruit) seeds

ulaŋ

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noun coconut

usim

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noun sweat

wabus

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noun hair

wala jemben aŋat ɨmbijen

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sentence I didn’t give the pig to you

wala jɨmbantoŋgot

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sentence we didn’t see you

wala mɨnʤa soŋgot

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sentence you didn’t see us

wandukakut

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noun axe

wapus

wapus
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noun feathers

wapus

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noun hair

wasakɨn

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adjective young

ɨmbijen amanagɨn

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sentence It’s my pig

ɨmbijen jaka aŋat akunmemne

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sentence I gave the pig to the woman

ɨmbijen jɨmbi aŋat

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sentence they gave the pig to us

ɨmbijen kamban aŋagut

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sentence I will give the pig to you later

ɨmbijen kamban aŋakut

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sentence I will give the pig to you later

ɨmbijen miŋa aŋanen

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sentence you gave the pig to me long ago

ɲum

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noun knee

ʧambun

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noun shoulder

ʧan

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noun bone

ʧaŋgurɨm

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phrase ran

ʧɨbi amenaki

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phrase my sago pancake