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amak

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noun hammock

andip

spit (v)

dihdi

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noun bosom/breast

dildo

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verb come inside

doar

then

dopwurpwur

n parrotfish

duhdu pisen moang

wash hair

engengla

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dried

ere

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connector of canoe to outrigger

erep

erep

noun fan

eu

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one

ingkong

sharp

inim

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verb, transitive burn

ira koaroj

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both

ja-

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prefix not

jahrin taktak

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noun knife used for opening coconuts

jeri siksik

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noun small baby, child

joan jilu

joan jilu

[t͡ʃɔn t͡ʃilu] n a type of knot

joarom

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lightning

johia

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noun boar (uncastrated pig)

johlo

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[t͡ʃoːlo] verb to catch a tuna

jukren mau

[t͡ʃukren maʊ] n type of knot that looks like the mouth of a parrot fish

jumwa

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chicken

kamwinge

feed

kapehd

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noun belly

kehu

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n middle mast

kel

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noun cage

kia

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[kia] n the two wooden poles in the middle of the connection between the canoe and the outrigger

kikinpoa

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noun fingernail

kilin suhkoa

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bark

kioak

n spine foot (fish)

kip

fall

koakilej keikei

black ant (large, stings)

koalik

big

koasapijada

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verb to start

koasoau jaldu

koasoau jaldu
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[kɔsɔ t͡ʃeltu] n the wooden back of the pahj, on the outrigger side

kohmw

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noun comb

kojuk

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verb kill

lehmwsik

ostentatious person

li koalik

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noun elderly woman

limepwiki

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num. five hundred

liohdi

widow

load

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noun piece of wood on the tip of the kehu that holds all the lines attached to the sail

loahm

n unidentified fish species

Loange

lopwlopw likoau

wash clothes

mahn

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noun line that is used to pull up the sail

malahria

malaria

me

this

men

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[men] classifier for people

merin war

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[meɾin war] noun canoe back

mwakohko

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adj. hungry

mwarmwaroa

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chest

mwuj

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vomit (v)

mwumw

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noun fish

nen lih o pijo

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[nen liː o pit͡ʃo] the woman’s pig

ngoah dupukda pwei pwei o.

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sentence I bought a hat.

ngoah pij soal

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[ŋɔi pit͡ʃ sɔl] my black pig

ngoah pwili liau poah rijedo

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[ŋɔː pulila liau pɔː rit͡ʃeta] sentence I went with the woman to the beach

noahd

noaisik

have children

o

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fishing line

oaring

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noun coconut in its last stage of development (meat is hard, husk is brown, coconut fallen from tree)

padil

padil
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noun paddle

Example: Photo by Lawrence Joao Haavik, 2015

pahu

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num. four

pajapoang

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noun answer

pajin loangin juke

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noun nest of honeybees (lit. ’nest of sugarfly’)

pehk

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noun bag

pen

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noun green coconut

peneinei

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noun family

pij mene

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this pig

pijpij

urinate (piss)

pirij

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noun bridge

Pohn pwirej

ground

Pohnpei

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noun Pohnpei

pongpong

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adj. deaf

prien

friend

putangla

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adj. burned (self, feeling)

pwelmasak

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adj. dirty

pwok

hole

pwong rahla

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adj. overcooked, dry, tasteless

pwudo

pwuhl mwuhn

pwukel

n tip of penis (slang)

rehnoawe

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adv. today

rien nohno lih

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noun maternal aunt

rien pahioa jermwein

brother in law

risingdi

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verb close

rohs

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adj. dark

rongrong

yellow

sakai

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noun stone, rock

soanihr

upwen win

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[upʷen wen ] n

wahu

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valley

wihk wayu

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last week

woaroa

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neck

wonou

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six

wos

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[wʌs] noun living coral

wou

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verb dog bark