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sentence come here (imperative)

ablum

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numeral twenty

abɨnʤɨmbɨrɨm

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noun full grass skirt

agorimbri

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noun arms (sg. arm)

akaj

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noun grandfather

akunbun mɨnaŋ

akunbun mɨnaŋ
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noun; phrase woman’s paddle

akunma ariŋ jeŋa awiŋ ɨmbijen

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sentence the woman took the pig from me yesterday

akunma koŋgijakɨnma

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phrase tall woman

alanandi

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noun flower, certain type

ama andaga ʧaŋgwaj kanat ɨmbijen

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sentence I can see the pig

ama ibona

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sentence I don’t want it

ama ibona wala asaŋalaŋa

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sentence I don’t want it, don’t give the pig to me

ama pambaŋ asaŋala

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sentence give the bow to me

ama ɨbɨsegan

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sentence I’m looking at myself

ambalija

ambalija
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noun shell necklace

amenagi wi

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phrase my name is

amenaki sɨpi

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phrase my sago pancake

amenenme jelme

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phrase my wife

apɨnʤɨmbɨlɨm

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noun male loin cloth

aruk

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noun grandmother

asa jerɨmbi

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sentence tell me (imperative)

ba panbi

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adjective very true

bagwan kajak

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sentence you will never get it

ikɨm

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noun basket

imiɲu

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noun coconut

imuŋga amenagwa

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phrase my village

jaki

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noun tobacco

jaŋgri

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noun arm, hand

jaŋgrin paklap

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noun hand

jelabagɨms

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noun ears (sg. ear)

jelamakɨs

jelamakɨs
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noun musical seeds

jelapakɨm

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noun ear (pl. ears)

jelmɨndi

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noun wives (sg. wife)

jemen koŋgop

jemen koŋgop
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noun; phrase ladder leading up to house

juŋguluŋ

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noun eye (pl. eyes)

juŋgumban

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noun foot

jɨmbuŋ

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noun small drum

kaj amenaki

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phrase my canoe

kamban soŋgot

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sentence I saw you

kamoŋ

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noun long stick

kandagɨm

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noun roof

karɨm

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proper name Karim

klasa

klasa
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noun stick for stirring pot

klibaj iŋgɨnbaj

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phrase two pigs

kuban manba

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phrase big crocodile

kumbi

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noun children

kupa ɨmbijen

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noun pig tusk

kuragan

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phrase am, are [lying]

majaŋ

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noun banana plant

malaja amuŋgut

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sentence I drink water

manban joŋ

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noun crocodile egg

masɨn wasakɨn

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noun younger brother

mbanma manbajma

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phrase one female crocodile

meŋ amenen

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phrase my husband

mi abaga

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sentence (you) come here (imperative)

mi abaga pambaŋ asaŋala

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sentence come here and give me the bow (imperative)

miŋa aŋat ɨmbijen

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sentence you gave the pig to me

miŋa soŋgot

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sentence you saw me

mundupa

mundupa
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noun coconut husk

mundupa

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noun hat

mɨɲen kuben ɨmbijen

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phrase my big pig

mʤakaj jambugan malajmne

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sentence canoe is on the river

pamun tisin

pamun tisin
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noun; phrase fruit fed to fish

pandawi

pandawi
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noun top part of tool for pounding sago

panʤamoŋ

panʤamoŋ
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noun small stool

puklɨŋ

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noun neck

punʤuŋ

punʤuŋ
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noun sago trunk

samburuŋ

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noun part black pig

samuŋ

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noun belly

samɨn

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numeral four

samɨn

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numeral three

saŋgalibi

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noun headhunting stones

saŋgrialɨpalaj

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noun sitting veranda

sisɨn

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noun (fruit) seed

suluk mbaŋ

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phrase one song

suput

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noun suput bird

suŋgwiʤilijen

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noun star (pl. stars)

sɨgriŋ

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noun sago waste pulp

sɨgɨt

sɨgɨt
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noun stool

sɨmbluk

sɨmbluk
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noun sago trunk

sɨpan nambiŋ

sɨpan nambiŋ
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noun; phrase pandanus fruit

ulaŋ marigɨn

ulaŋ marigɨn
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noun; phrase coconut

usim

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noun sweat

wabus

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noun hair

wakɨn

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noun snake (pl. snakes)

wala miŋa megabugan

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sentence you don’t know me

wapus

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noun hair

wasakɨn

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noun younger brother

wasan amenen

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phrase my son

wi

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noun night

wija mben amenen

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phrase my one dog

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 puka aŋat

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sentence I gave the pig to them

ʧambun

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noun shoulder

ʧambunas

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noun arms (sg. arm)

ʧambwi

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noun fern

ʧuluk

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noun song

ʧumbun

ʧumbun
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noun clouds (sg. cloud)

ʧɨkɨs

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noun sago pulp, flour