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noun; phrase women’s paddle

akunme mbenme

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phrase one woman

akunmemne

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phrase to the woman

akunmɨn manbajme

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noun female crocodile

alamandi

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noun flower, certain type

ama ibona

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sentence I don’t want it

ama wala jɨmbantoŋgot

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sentence I didn’t see them

ama wandukogodna o ʧambiogodna

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sentence I cut it with an axe

ama ʧaŋgolari ɨmbijenme

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sentence I want to see the pig

ambrija

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noun firewood

amenaki sɨpi

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phrase my sago pancake

amenaŋgli

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phrase my two X

amenen meŋ

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phrase my husband

amenen wija

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phrase my dog

anʤaŋala

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sentence I want it

aranandi

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noun red body paint

aunda

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proper name Aunda

awaj

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noun maternal uncle

awan dɨmɨnja

awan dɨmɨnja
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noun men’s headdress

awi amenagi

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phrase my fire

awnija

awnija
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noun sugarcane which grows by river

ba pan kajak

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sentence you will never get it

ba pan kajakan

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sentence there is nothing at all

bagwan kajak

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sentence you will never get it

gluŋgi

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noun eyes (sg. eye)

imbunaŋalɨɲum

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noun knee

jangunmeri mundakana

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phrase many mosquitos

japaki

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phrase greetings

japakɨm

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noun white men (sg. white man)

jelɨm

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noun heart

jemkasɨn

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noun foot

jerɨmasɨnat

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noun man

jipɨn

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noun nose

juŋguluŋgi

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noun eyes (sg. eye)

kalapakɨm

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noun armband

kamban aŋan

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sentence I give you

kamban aŋan ɨmbijen

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sentence I will give the pig to you

kanapaŋ

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noun head

kawinʤit

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noun fishes

kaŋgun

kaŋgun
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noun vegetable (generic)

kobok

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noun sickness

koŋgop

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noun ladder

kuba ɨmbijen

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phrase big pig (pl. big pigs)

kuba ɨmbijes

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phrase big pigs (sg. big pigs)

kuluŋ

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noun fence

kumbi amenagi

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phrase my family

kupan masɨn

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noun elder brother

kɨnʤim

kɨnʤim
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noun lashing connecting house poles

majaŋ

majaŋ
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noun banana tree

mamijaŋ

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noun daughter, sister

mamɨs

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noun navel

man jam

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phrase one man

manʤamaj

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proper name Manjamai

maraŋawa

maraŋawa
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noun basket

maŋdat

maŋdat
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noun braided rope usied for climbing coconut tree

mbakambaŋʧoŋgot

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sentence I see you

mbanma manbajma

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phrase one female crocodile

mbej kaj

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phrase one canoe

mi abaga pambaŋ asaŋala

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sentence come here and give me the bow (imperative)

mi wala asa ʧaŋgolaŋa

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sentence don’t look at me

mongol kliama

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numeral eight

mongol klipaj

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numeral seven

mongol ʧamɨn

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numeral eight

mɨnda amenagɨn

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phrase my pig (pl. my pigs)

nʤɨŋ

nʤɨŋ
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noun small fish basket

pajnbun monaŋ

pajnbun monaŋ
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noun; phrase men’s paddle

pambaŋ

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noun bow

pambijes ʧɨbɨʧagumas

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phrase short men

panʤamuŋ

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noun bench for one person

pun soŋgot

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sentence I saw them

punʤuŋ

punʤuŋ
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noun sago trunk

samɨn

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numeral four

sanbo

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noun black and white pig

saŋgɨnma

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noun girl

sisɨn

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noun (fruit) seed

sisɨn

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noun tooth (pl. teeth)

suput

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noun suput bird

sɨgɨt

sɨgɨt
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noun small stool

sɨgɨt

sɨgɨt
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noun stool

sɨkɨt

sɨkɨt
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noun stool

sɨpan nambiŋ

sɨpan nambiŋ
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noun; phrase pandanus fruit

sɨpi

sɨpi
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noun sago pancake

sɨsɨn

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noun tooth (pl. teeth)

sɨzɨn mbaŋ

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phrase one tooth

wala kamban megabugan

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sentence I don’t know you

wala mɨndi kurijaraŋa

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sentence don’t come here (imperative)

wala mɨnʤa soŋgot

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sentence you didn’t see us

wambiŋgi

wambiŋgi
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noun feathers (sg. feather)

wambun

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noun sago starch flour

wasakɨn

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noun boy

ŋgruŋgi

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noun two eyes (sg. eye)

ɨmbijen jeŋa awiŋ ariŋ

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phrase took the pig from me yesterday

ɨmbijen punʤa aŋat

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sentence we gave the pig to them

ɨmbuŋ

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noun small drum

ʧambijaŋ

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noun white body paint

ʧambwiŋ ɨmblum

ʧambwiŋ ɨmblum
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noun; phrase fern

ʧapasa

ʧapasa
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noun small cooking broom

ʧumbus

ʧumbus
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noun wild ginger

ʧɨbi

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noun sago pancake

ʧɨgɨs

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noun sago pulp, flour