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oyagin1treeAi tanohi ya anban na ai oyagi hewadi ya eno.It feeds on the ground and sleeps in top of trees.Sa fati'o, "Ma!" itebom, "Oyagi sa talaimiu e hige?" Ayawa, "Hige'e."They questioned us and said, Here now! Did the trees hit you or not." We said, "They didn't."1.5.1Tree2trees1.5.1Tree3woodOyagina mahudo'idi mate uli'uli afa'afa.As for all of it's wooden parts, they are completely [covered] with designs.6.6.3.2Wood4woodSa miyamiya, na ena waihin ya lau ya uma, e oyagi ya dem, ...They stayed on together and when the woman went to plant, or to collect firewood, ...6.6.3.2Wood5firewood6logEdi pape'odi mate oyagi esega sa hewa,Their steps were a single pole which they erected.7fireNa walahisa wa ya pito. Mate oyagi yai ya alagabu.And the prawn jumped. Then I roasted it in the fire.Ena am wa galasi, na em oyagi wa yufi, na gafuna ya ita mate, haba ya lofo,When you obtain your catch by diving, and when you blow your fire and it sees the smoke, then it will fly.The primary meaning of "oyagi" seems to be "tree," by extension "wood," and by further extension it can stand for "fire" by a process of metonymy.5.5Fireunspec. comp. formOyagi AtuwenaNPWorm Wood
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paulinmangroveRhizosphora species, as a generic {pauli} includes Ceriops tagal, Rhizosphora spp., and Bruguierra spp. (Margetts, 2005)1.5.1Tree

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aiyalu1tree species1.5.1Tree2casuarina tree1.5.1Tree
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alagan1taun, tree speciesPometiap innata1.5.1Tree2fruit tree with red edible fruit
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puyuwan1black palmTok Pisin calls it {wail limbum}.ov. synbuwabuwagolu2 1unspec. var. ofgabu golumatu 1probably Caryota rumphiana1.5.1Tree2palm speciespalm with very hard black trunk; used for flooring, axe handles, coconut husking stakes, etc.probably Caryota rumphiana1.5.1TreeCompare {golu} "limbum palm."
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pwalaintree speciesKind of fig tree with rough leaves used for scouring pots. one used to grow beside our watertank.1.5.1Tree
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siyalen1frangipani tree1.5Plant1.5.1Tree2plumerea treeThe common name in America is plumeria.Plumeria rubra or Plumeria acutifolia, P. tricolor; Family name: Apocynaceae.Unsure of spelling {siyali} or {siyale}.
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siyalin1plumeriaThe common name in American is plumeria.Plumeria rubra or Plumeria acutifolia, P. tricolor; Family name: Apocynaceae.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree2frangipaniThe Commonwealth name is frangipaniUnsure of spelling {siyali} or {siyale}.
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somnantree species1.5Plant1.5.1Tree
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susuna1n1prop root tip2newly emerging prop roots of pandanusBHIP, ca. 1986The general word for root is {lamna}, but the smsll fibrous rootlets of coconuts and other palms are called {dafudafuna} and the emerging prop roots of certain pandanus are called {susuna}.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree1.5.5Parts of a plant
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ba'onanwoven toyIninna, ba'ona sa fatulidi be wawaya edi ai'aiheya. ‎They weave toys from the young green leaves for the chidlren's playthings.Some of these coconut-leaf toys are shaped like hollow, woven "balls" with varying numbers of sides.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree4.2.7Play, fun1.5.5Parts of a plant
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bedaESsadaSUsadan1betelnutBeda agu!Oh, my betelnut! / Would you give me some betelnut?"Yau an'an ne E waiyo'o, na u lau beda yo haufida agu u abidi, u laoma."I don't want any food. But you go and get my betelnut and my mustard, and (then) come.Waihin wa ya lau, hwaiya ya losi, yo beda ya ledima.The woman went and plcked mustard and brought betelnut.Mata'asi la'ila'i sa ginauli, abo Nunumai ena beda: sinau esebo. Oulalapa ena beda: sinau esebo.They had a big feast. Nunumai had one bunch of four betelnuts; Oulalapa had one bunch of four betelnuts.Sa lau oyagi wa pa'ana yai. Sa hese wata-watan, na afuli, beda, sa ta'u.They went under the tree, they spread out [the mats], and they shared lime and betelnut.When one says {beda agu} one is supplicating for betelnut. A description of betelnut at traditional wedding. They held a big feast, then Nunumai had one bunch of four betelnuts and Oulalapa had a bunch of four betelnuts. They spread out a large mat in the yard. Then Nunumai through his betelnut to the men and they cried "wowo." Oulalapa threw her betelnut toward the women and they also called out.; Chewing betelnut and taking lime and mustard is a major social activity which permeates all other activities. Asking for betelnut is more common than giving a greeting; strategms for giving or not giving betelnut define not only how much betelnut one has, but also social relationships,ov. synafuli2 1afuli3 1antuago'apu 1haufidahwaiya 1kelakelaAreca catechu L.; Plant family: Arecaceae1.5Plant1.5.1Tree5.2.5Narcotic2betelnut palm“Haba E dago lau ai beda hewana." Ya lidi beda ya oi. 3areca catechu“Haba E dago lau ai beda hewana." Ya lidi beda ya oi."I will jump on top of the betelnut palm." He went down and cut the betelnut palm.
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tapa'aunancrown, of palm treeTapa'auna ya susu lau atipuna yai. ‎The crown of the tree grows on the trunk.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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golu4nlimbum palmna golu yai ya finahe. Golu hewana yai ya eno. and he climbed into a limbum palm. He slept in the top of the Limbum palm.Kentiopsis archontophoenix1.5.1Tree6.5.3Building materialsCompare {puyuwa} "black palm" TP: "wail limbum."
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golu gomnaNPlimbum palm heartThe sprouting inner heart of the limbum palm which is edible & white, like a blanched salad.1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1Food from plants
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Taumudalelen1Taumudulele4.9.2Supernatural being4.9.7.7Animism 2coconut variety named after Taumudulele3taumudulele coconut1.5Plant1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.1Growing coconutscompare alternatie spelling {Tau mudulele}.
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buhobuhoncoconut variety, large, yellow-husked1.5Plant1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.1Food from seedsSee {buhoho} "ginger colored"
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buluna, ma'ima'i matamataNPnon-sprouting coconutma'ima'i matamata bulunaold, non-sprouting coconut1.5Plant1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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bununan1husk2husk, of coconut or betelnutCompare {ma'ima'i punutana} "coconut husk."1.5Plant1.5.1Tree1.5.5Parts of a plant
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tipolonlemonFuafua nanaudi u abidi: faikona, moiyape, tipolo, painapa.Get ripe fruits: Five Corners, Pawpaws, Lemons, and Pineapples.ov. synananiCitrus limon (L.) Burm.f; or Citrus x limon; Plant family: Rutaceae.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit

tipolotipololemon

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dabaliman1planchonia tree speciesPlanchonisap p.1.5.1Tree2tree speciestree with long leaves; red in autumn; bark is brown, inner purple bark is used for "tihi." Oro people use its bark for "tapa." flowers red and white; fruit is green color.1.5.1Tree
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dafudafunan1rootsThe general word for root is {lamna}, but the small fibrous rootlets of coconuts and other palms are called {dafudafuna} and the emerging prop roots of certain pandanus are called {susuna}.ov. syndafudafuna 2lamlamna2rootlets of coconut or other palmFibrous bundle of small roots of coconut or other palmsov. syndafudafuna 1lamlamna1.5Plant1.5.1Tree1.5.5Parts of a plant
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daulon1daulo tree speciesEdi luma la'ila'i duwaduwalina yai oyagina mate hesana daulo.In the middle of their large village was a tree called a Daulo tree.{Daulo} is a kind of tree which grows quite large and bears a small edible fruit.2tree species, daulo1.5.1Tree
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unulin1breadfruit{Unuli} refers to the domesticated breadfruit, brought to PNG from the South Sea Islands. There are several other local species of breadfruit also.ov. synkunuli bekukunuli bekumase'amase'aArtocarpus altilis (Parkinson) Fosberg; Plant family: Moraceae.1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit2breadfruit tree “Haba E dago lau ai unuli.” Ya lau unuli ya oi.“I will jump on the breadfruit.” ‎He went and cut (down) the breadfruit tree.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree

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di'u'unmango, bush variety ofov. synbau'anagisowaMangifera minor Bl.; Plant family: Anacardiaceae. (probable classification)1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.2Food from fruitCompare {gisowa}, {kanabouli}, {bau'ana} and {di'u'u}.
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kaimon1pandanus species1.5.1Tree2pandanus fruitAna kalahe mate kuhou, udama, kimidili, yo kaimo uludi ya domdi.It foods are fig, udama, kimidili and kaimo palm fruits, which it swallows.5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit3pandanus, the prop rootLumana mate hatona wa'uli luguna sa gula be kaimo sa tili be sa kifi'i ya ofi.As for the house, for the thatch they stripped off the sago leaves, and split the pandanus root so they could finish making the batten strips.kind of pandanus used for floors, batons, etc. The fruit is eaten by cassowaries.1.5.1Tree6.5.3Building materials
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wa'uli1n1sagoMetroxylon sagu Rottb.; Plant family: Arecaceae1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1Food from plants6.5.3Building materials2sago palmWa'uli mate nenena doha ma'ima'i oyagina.The sago palm's appearance is like that of a coconut tree.Metroxylon sagu Rottb.; Plant family: Arecaceae1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1Food from plants3sago paste5.2.3.1Food from plants4sago leavesLumana mate hatona wa'uli luguna sa gula be kaimo sa tili be sa kifi'i ya ofi.As for the house, for the thatch they stripped off the sago leaves, and split the pandanus root so they could finish making the batten strips.6.5.3Building materials5sago leaf-stem6.5.3Building materials

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kanaboulinmango tree varietyHesagu Kanabouli, tinagu ya tole mate, pa'ana tinagu in yau ya yosigu gisowa hesa hesana kanabouli mate, oyagina pa'ana yai. My name is Kanabouli, which my mother gave me, because my mother gave birth to me at the base of a kind of mango tree called kanabouli. Mangifera spp.1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.2Food from fruitCompare {gisowa}, {di'u'u} and{bau'ana}, etc.
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ko'udi, ma'i NP1drinking coconuts2green coconutsEdi ma'i ko'udi sa baheidi. Na sa lau Ipouli sa maketi.They carried their green (drinking) coconuts. And they went to Ipouli for market.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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kuhounfig speciesAna kalahe mate kuhou, udama, kimidili, yo kaimo uludi ya domdi.It foods are fig, udama, kimidili and kaimo palm fruits, which it swallows.This type of fig is edible, but some types are not.ov. synbawali1.5Plant1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.2Food from fruitAnother type of fig is called {bawali}. Sikamora kuhouna is used for the so-called "sycamore" fig mentioned in the Bible.
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laganan1branches1.5.1Tree2twigsHaibe'u mate, oyagi laga afa'afadi, hige lugudi.Autumn is when trees just have bare branches, none of their leaves.Ena nohi oyagi lagalagadi ya tupaidi be ya ginauli.It carries twigs for it's nest in its beak and builds its nest.
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mabeyantree speciesA tree with broad, heart-shaped leaves1.5.1Tree
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ma'i balebalelemnaNP1red variety of coconut2coconut, red varietyThis ornamental variety of coconut is orangish red, and small.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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ma'i ko'udiNP1coconuts, for drinkingEdi ma'i ko'udi sa baheidi. Na sa lau Ipouli sa maketi.They carried their green (drinking) coconuts. And they went to Ipouli for market.2coconuts, green1.5Plant1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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ma'i balebalelemnaNP1red variety of coconut2coconut, red varietyThis ornamental variety of coconut is orangish red, and small.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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ma'i ko'udiNP1coconuts, for drinkingEdi ma'i ko'udi sa baheidi. Na sa lau Ipouli sa maketi.They carried their green (drinking) coconuts. And they went to Ipouli for market.2coconuts, green1.5Plant1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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ma'i, anancoconut oil, onesNa natuna kuluna ana ma'i ya ginauli.But she made his coconut oil for her baby's head.1.5Plant5.4.5Anoint the body1.5.1Tree
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ma'ima'i matamata buluna1NPold non-sprouting coconut{Ma'ima'i matamata buluna} is an old, dry coconut which did not sprout.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts2old coconut which did not sprout{Ma'ima'i matamata buluna} is an old fallen coconut which has never sprouted.ov. synma'ima'i gabunama'ima'i hasalinama'ima'i inina 2ma'ima'i konukonuna 2ma'ima'i ko'una 31.5Plant1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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masitaunancoconut liquid, itsMasina, masitauna te bu'a be ya tiwa, haba momona ya taumahata na te yahi be ai botolo te hin na te fapaisowa te ma'i. Cocunut cream, we cook the coconut cream mixed with water until it is reduced (lit: recedes) and the ""grease" appears, then we dip it up and put it in a bottle, and we can pour it out and use it to annoint (our bodies).1.5Plant1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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