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noun woman, lady

alisɨn

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noun smoke

aliŋ jaga ʧaŋgwajkit ɨmbijen

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sentence tomorrow I will see the pig

ama kajag klibaj ɨmbijen ŋgwaruŋgri

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sentence I don’t have two pigs

ambalija

ambalija
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noun shell necklace

ambisɨpi

ambisɨpi
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noun cockscomb

amenagɨn mbej kaj

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phrase my one canoe

amuŋ klajkɨn

amuŋ klajkɨn
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noun; phrase dried fish

anaj

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noun father

apɨnʤɨmbɨrɨm

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noun loincloth

aruk

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noun grandmother

asaŋala

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sentence I want it

awi

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noun fire

ba pan kajakan

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sentence there is nothing at all

ba panbi

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adjective very true

guruŋ

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noun eye (pl. eyes)

jabagɨm

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noun white men (sg. white man)

jaga awan

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sentence I shot X

jakasɨkɨn

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adjective black

jaŋgri

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noun arm, hand

jelapakɨm

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noun ear (pl. ears)

jelme amenenme

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phrase my wife

jelɨsembaj

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noun hibiscus flower

jemben aŋagut ɨmbijen

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sentence I will give the pig to you

jepen

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phrase thank you

joŋ

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noun egg (pl. eggs)

juwana ama ajglavat

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sentence I cut the tree

jɨmbuŋ

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noun small drum

jɨnʤa megabugan

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sentence we know him

kamban aŋan ɨmbijen

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sentence I will give the pig to you

kamban aŋat ɨmbijen

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sentence I gave the pig to you

karɨm

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proper name Karim

kawijaleŋ

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noun fly

kiawi mbenme amenenme

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phrase my one daughter

klibaj iŋgɨnbaj

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phrase two pigs

kluput

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noun back

kriama

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numeral three

kuba ɨmbijes

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phrase big pigs (sg. big pigs)

kuban manba

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phrase big crocodile

kuluŋ

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noun fence

kumbi

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noun children

kupen amenen

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phrase my elder brother

kupenme

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noun elder sister

kuragan

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phrase am, are [lying]

malaj

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noun coconut water

malo

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noun male loin cloth

man jam

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phrase one man

manban maraŋ

manban maraŋ
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noun; phrase crocodile prow

manbas

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noun crocodiles (sg. crocodile)

maraŋ

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noun prow

masɨn wasakɨn

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noun younger brother

mauŋ

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noun sky

mban japakɨn

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phrase one whiteman

miŋa megabugan

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sentence do you know me?

mongol ʧamɨn

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numeral eight

munam bala

munam bala
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noun; phrase paddle blade

mundupa

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noun hat

pajnbɨn mɨnaŋ

pajnbɨn mɨnaŋ
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noun man’s paddle

pandukoŋgon

pandukoŋgon
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noun sago pulp baskets

pun soŋgot

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sentence I saw them

punʤa aŋat

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sentence we gave to them

pɨnaŋ

pɨnaŋ
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noun tool for digging up grass

pɨɲɨn

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noun toe

sandambɨnmɨndɨs sɨndi

sandambɨnmɨndɨs sɨndi
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noun; phrase spider web

saun

saun
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noun white egret

suam bunija

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numeral ten

suput

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noun suput bird

suŋgwiʤilim

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noun stars (sg. star)

sɨgɨt

sɨgɨt
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noun small stool

sɨkɨt

sɨkɨt
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noun stool

sɨmali

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noun day

sɨmasɨm

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noun sago palm

sɨndi

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noun urine

sɨsɨn

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noun tooth (pl. teeth)

sɨsɨngisɨm

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noun teeth (sg. tooth)

tiziŋgi

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noun (fruit) seeds

wala jɨmbantoŋgot

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sentence we didn’t see you

wala kambija amasɨgan

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sentence I’m not hungry

wala miŋa soŋgot

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sentence you didn’t see me

wali

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noun wind

walɨm

walɨm
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noun bowl for putting sago in

wambis

wambis
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noun salt container

wambiŋ

wambiŋ
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noun feather (pl. feathers)

wambiŋgi

wambiŋgi
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noun feathers (sg. feather)

wambun

wambun
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noun sago flour

wandisɨlɨm

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noun small tool for making canoes

wapus

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noun hair

wijes

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noun dogs (sg. dog)

wuruŋ

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sentence you are lying

ŋguruŋ

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noun eye (pl. eyes)

ɨbɨselaŋa

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sentence don’t look at yourself

ɨmbijen amenagɨn

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phrase my pig (pl. my pigs)

ɨmbijen kamban aŋat

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sentence I gave the pig to you

ɨmbijen mɨn muŋgaj ʧɨvwasɨt ʧaŋgurɨm bɨnaŋ

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sentence the pig ran into the forest

ɨmbima

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noun female pig, sow

ɨmbuŋ

ɨmbuŋ
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noun drum

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

ʧanʤɨlɨman usapi

ʧanʤɨlɨman usapi
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noun; phrase flame of the forest flower

ʧumɨngoŋ

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noun small cane