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[apid] n three wooden poles on either side of and parallel to the two kia that make up the connection between the canoe and the outrigger

chokcho

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don’t run

da koah dupuk?

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sentence What did you buy?

duhpi

wash someone

imwinsihsi

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noun enemy

ingkarak

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noun lice (human lice)

inimda

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verb to cook

inoan

[inɔn jenwʌs] n literally, ’knot at the reef’; a quick knot made before sailing a canoe

irop

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noun pandanus fruit mat for sail

jarau

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noun baracuda

joamwoas

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adj. stingy

Joau

jounpar

kijou

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[kit͡ʃou] verb (singular, imperative) run

koahmwi

comb (v)

koapoanaw

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chin

koso

verb cut

lehmwsik

ostentatious person

loangin juke

noun fly

majmaj

spear

mehlel

true

milik in nen dihn

noun canned milk (store bought)

moado

old

moi chuuba kapan picha

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I did not see the pig

mwaj pwilpwil

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noun leech; literally ’sticky worm’

nainki

have

ngoah pwili liau poah rijedo

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

oaloa

take

oarmoane

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verb dream of (something)

oawoa

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mouth

ohroj

every

okojda

set on fire

padil

padil
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noun paddle

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Padin pil

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puddle

Padin pil

paj

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noun nest

pij soal jilmenne nai

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these three black pigs of mine

pijpij

urinate (piss)

putangla

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adj. burned (self, feeling)

pwo

noun fishing pole

suhkoa

umwoaihs

verb play

umwpwoar

twin

waluh

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eight

warin

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noun canoe front

wia

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verb do

wiada

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verb build

wud

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rain

wud moadoak

hail

wuronna

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noun lobster