misvhurt, suffer painHakwe peik nakian mis.I am sick suffering pain.
miymiyayvpush back, (in opposite direction)Howniy hokwe now sehe-aw lway miymiy-ay.The wind is blowing against that tree pushing it backwards.
mnanNaw kamon so uru hokwe, mna.The name of one sage palm is mna.
mnarnHano huok so naw-mnar kokwe nwoh hom la.The greasy intestines of my pig were eaten by the dogs.
mniy2vdestroyBuna homkwe yier kamon se naksay-ay mniy kekie.The Buna people surrounded a place and destroyed it completely.
mniy1adjfull grown, ripe?Akayr hokwe mniy, hunkwe liy layow ley.The betelnut is not full grown, you cannot chew it.
mniy3cflomniyvhithanekwe hammer lokyam mniy, hano iha kokwe.The hammer hit me on my handyeyk lon kama mniythe canoe is broken, has many cracks
mnovraise, feed, rearHokwe ney se mno wayr.She is raising the child.Hakwe peyr ney mno mno.Hunkwe ney sankaw peie mno o.I am presently raising and taking care of my children. (takes all expenses)Do not have your children one after another.hiy-mon mno-mnolook after well
mnor1nthe outside bark of the sago palm stalk;mnor hnarTo tear of strips of the sago palm stalksmnor-sainside of the sago palm stalks