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punutana, ma'ima'iNPcoconut husk{Ma'ima'i punutana} is the husk of a coconut. Compare also {bununa} "husk or bark" and {'wapina} "bark."6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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pwakekenbell fruitpwakeke1.5Plant5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit1.5.5Parts of a plantCompare {dulubi} "bell fruit."
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sipola'aVinbud, totayana ya sipola'a.the flower buds, forms a bud 1.5.5Parts of a plant
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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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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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tapa'auna, ma'ima'iNPcrown of coconut treeLulutina - mate tapa'au edi aba susu~lau bagabagadi yai ya susu be ya fakou~hafiti. The coconut fiber is where the crown of the tree grows out with its leaf stems. It grows and covers them.{Ma'ima'i tapa'auna) is the crown of the coconut tree.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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tau labana, ma'ima'iNPyoung coconut leaves{Ma'ima'i tau labana} are the young, opened leaves of the coconut, used for making brooms and baskets, etc. Compare {ininna}"young sprouting leaves."6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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tayanflowersBwagana aho, sa taya na bobon sa hohoya be sa gabudi. Even so now, they bloom [set flowers] and the next day they whither up and then they burn them. tayana ya sipola'aThe flower forms its buds.The flowering part of a plant. {Ya taya} means it is blooming. {Mula} is any kind of ornamental or flowering plant.1.5.5Parts of a plant
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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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bwatitinan1banana bud1.5.5Parts of a plant2bud, bananaSee {asai} "banana."

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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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uluna1nfruit, itsAna kalahe mate kuhou, udama, kimidili, yo kaimo uludi ya domdi.Its foods are figs, udama, kimidili and kaimo palm fruits, which it swallows.ov. synaniyona 1fuwana1.5.5Parts of a plantroot: ulu, 3s: uluna, 3p: uludi
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dinedinen1broomstrawsov. syndinedine 2uya'uya12coconut midrib broom straws"Broomstraws" made from the midrib of the individual coconut leaflet, usually taken from a young leaf; also used to string flowers on.ov. syndinedine 1uya'uya16.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant5.6.5Sweep, rake
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unona, ma'ima'iNPcoconut embryo{Ma'ima'i unona} is actually the endosperm which forms inside the nut as it sends out its sprout. It is round-shaped and attached to the new shoot where it emerges from one of the eyes. It has a texture like that of a watermelon, and usually tastes quite sweet. 6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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kenan1bud sheathKena mate mwakomwakokona ya susu hasa, ya tahalasi be la'ana ya taumahata. ‎In regard to the bud sheath, the confined sheath grows upward, and opens up and the (individual) stems appear.{Ma'ima'i kenana} is the bud sheath surrounding the newly forming flowers from which a new bunch of coconuts is forming. When the {kena} stage is finished and the bud sheath falls to the ground, it is shaped a bit like a miniature canoe, in contrast to the bud sheaths of limbun palms and other palms.1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant2coconut bud-sheath
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kenana, ma'ima'incoconut bud sheath{Ma'ima'i kenana} is the bud sheath surrounding the newly forming flowers from which a new bunch of coconuts is forming. When the {kena} stage is finished and the bud sheath falls to the ground, it is shaped a bit like a miniature canoe, in contrast to the bud sheaths of limbun palms and other palms.1.5Plant6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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Kenanananbud sheath, itsKenanana, pe'ipe'ina nenena doha oyagi.The dead bud sheath looks like wood.1.5Plant6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plantInflected variant of {kenana} which see.
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kokona, ma'ima'iNPcoconut shell{Ma'ima'i kokona} is the hard shell of the coconut inside the husk. In the past, the shell was often made into a bowl or water container.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plantSuau {omo'omo}, Buhutu {kokona}, See also {ko'uko'u}.
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kwatiliSLotiliSUosilin1coconut front, driedKwatilina mate ya hohoya mate ya pe'i be ya be'u lidi tanohi. ‎But as for the dry frond, it dries up and dies and then it falls to the ground.1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant2coconut-frond torch1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant5.5Fire3dried frond1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant4torch1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant5.5Fireroot: kwatili, 3s: kwatilina
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kwatilina, ma'ima'iNPcoconut leaf torch{Ma'ima'i kwatilina} is a torch made from a dry coconut leaf.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant5.5Fire
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lamlamnanroots, itsoyagi lamlamna.the roots of a tree.ov. syndafudafuna 1dafudafuna 21.5.5Parts of a plant
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lugunan1leaf, itsLuguna ita'itana doha ya lofalofa na ya hebehebe yo ida'idahena. ‎The appearance of its leaves is like, it is long and thin and green.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant2leaves, its3s: luguna, 3p: lugudi
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luguna, ma'ima'iNPcoconut leaf{Ma'ima'i luguna} is the leaf or frond of a coconut palm tree.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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lulutina, ma'ima'iNPcoconut fibre{Ma'ima'i lulutina}is the strong brown fibre mesh which forms around the base of new coconut leaves; it is used for straining other matter from liquids. It is also used for starting fires.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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ma'ima'i lugunaNP1coconut frond2coconut leaf{ma'ima'i luguna} is the large compound leaf, or frond of the coconut tree.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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ma'ima'i unonaNPcoconut embryo{Ma'ima'i unona} is actually the endosperm which forms inside the nut as it sends out its sprout. It is round-shaped and attached to the new shoot where it emerges from one of the eyes. It has a texture like that of a watermelon, and usually tastes quite sweet. 6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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masinan1juice, itssaid of the liquid inside a plant or its fruit.1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant2juices, its1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant
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ma'ima'i lugunaNP1coconut frond2coconut leaf{ma'ima'i luguna} is the large compound leaf, or frond of the coconut tree.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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ma'ima'i lulutinaNPcoconut fibre{Ma'ima'i lulutina}is the strong brown fibre mesh which forms around the base of new coconut leaves; it is used for straining other matter from liquids. It is also used for starting fires.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation1.5.5Parts of a plant
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ma'ima'i punutanaNPcoconut husk{Ma'ima'i punutana} is the husk of a coconut. Compare also {bununa} "husk or bark" and {'wapina} "bark."6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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ma'ima'i tau labanaNPyoung coconut leaves{Ma'ima'i tau labana} are the young opened coconut leaves, whose midribs are used for making brooms and baskets.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
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masidinliquid, theirSaid of the liquid or sap inside a plant.1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant
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