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papalidincheeks, their2.1Body2.1.1HeadGo to {pagaligu} "my cheeks"1s papaligu, 3s: papalina, 3p: papalidi
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papaliguncheeks, myLuni: Papaligu sa lala'i be haba ai lisidi agu kalahe ya gelegele ni, egu aba an lisina. Dugong: my cheeks are big, so that they become my tools for eating my food which (grows) on the sand. Isalaela dodoga edi laulauto'i mate ai papalidi sa anfalafu. For their greetings, the people of Israel kissed each other on their cheeks.2.1Body2.1.1Head1s papaligu, 3s: papalina, 3p: papalidi
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ahe laulaunacomp. ofahelaulau1NP1foot, onesPuyuwa ya tatama mate Beleidi ahena sibana yai, ahena laulauna taulina yai, ya gwaliyen.The black palm was released toward Beleidi's right leg, and it speared him through the back of his foot.2.1Body2feet, ones2.1BodySee {ahe laulaudi} "their feet"
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sopagunlips, mysyngibulagu2.1Body2.1.1Head2.1.1.4MouthCompare {sopagu} "lip" but {sopalagu} "lower lip."1s: sopagu, 2s: sopam, 3s: sopana
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sopamnlips, your.sgSopam yai somo sa tulube'uma, haba sa fagilum!Whatever descends from your lips will condemn you!2.1Body2.1.1Head2.1.1.4MouthMain entry is {sopagu} "my lips."1s: sopagu, 2s: sopam, 3s: sopana
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sopananlips, ones2.1Body2.1.1Head2.1.1.4MouthSee {sopagu} "my lips"
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gado1n1neck2throat2.1Body2.1.1Headcomp.nuwa~gado1gerkeeping something quietder.gadoiVtrhang it around ones neck, tonuwa~gado1gerkeeping something quiet
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gadogun1throat, myna habahim gadona ya ibo hinaga.and then he cut his throat also.2.1Body2.1.1Head2neck, my2.1Body2.1.1HeadCan be both the inside and the outside "neck" & "throat."
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gayagayagu olonaNP1beard2.1Body2.1.5Hair2.1.1Head2whiskers3hair of one's chin
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gedugun1nape of neck2.1Body2.1.1Head2occipital region of head2.1Body2.1.1Head3neck, nape of2.1Body2.1.1Head
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gigi pewapewaNPthumb2.1Body2.1.3.3Finger, toeCompare {gigipewagu} "my thumb"

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bogaguunspec. comp. form ofboga, agun1belly, my2.1Body2.1.8.2Stomach2stomach, myHabahim, mahudo'idi sa kalahe eee-- bogadi sa iya'iya.Then, all of them ate and ate until their bellies were full.2.1Body2.1.8.2Stomach3womb, myWaihin hesa, hesana Sine Waga Toputopu, ya boga, be natuna hola bogana yai, mate sa lau afulen.They abandoned one woman named Sine Waga Toputopu who was pregnant, and whose child was still in her womb.Natuna bogana yai wa ya yosi. Ya antaligabuwen.She gave birth to the child in her womb. She took care of him ??2.1Body2.1.8.4Female organsSIL 007; SWA 069; 19681s: bogagu, 3s: bogana, 3p: bogadi
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boluboluguncrown of my headBolubolugu yai hige oliwe masina u fagoi,You did not pour out olive oil on the top of my head.2.1Body2.1.1Head1s: bolubolugu, 3s: boluboluna
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bolubolunan1crown of one's headbe aba kalahe, ba'una yai, boluboluna yai ya fagoi.and then at the eating place, at the feast(?) she poured in on top of his head.Ai boluboluna oliwe uluna gilisina u fagoi.Pour the oil of the olive fruit on the top of his head.2.1Body2.1.1Head2head, crown of one's2.1Body2.1.1Head
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hisun1nose2.1Body2.1.1.3Nose2.1.1Head2snout1.6.2.1Parts of a bird1.6.2Parts of an animal3point, of landWawahin mahudo'idi sa awa sa lefa sa leuma mate, ma, hani'i--, Babaga Hisu mate, sa leu.All of the women boarded [their raft] and came paddling down until they came to Babaga Point, and then they went on down to the west.1.3.1.5Island, shorehisugu: "my nose"
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'wapiBLkopina3BBkopina2DAopina4SUopina4nskinNa wapi dubaduba yo wapi kafukafu sa ouli wananaha.But there were really a lot of black skins and white skins there.Deledi lolofa na wapidi mate ida'idahedi, na nenedi doha walagofe. Mate ne'i, uma'ala nenena doha.Their tales are long and their skin is green, and they look like crocodiles. That is what the goana lizards look like.2.1Body2.1.4SkinSIL 008; SWA 040; "bark" and "skin" are often the same word. See also SIL #103, SWA #100.; 1968
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'wapigunskin, myWa siba Isowa mate ya fai'olo'oloi, na yau 'wapigu mate ya honuhonu. You know that Isau is hairy and my skin is smooth.2.1Body2.1.4Skin
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kwau1nmatter in one's eyes2.1Body2.4Body condition
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kwau2Vinmatter in ones eyes, to haveMatam ya kwauYour eyes have matter in them.2.1Body2.4Body condition
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la'onan1hip2hipboneMaihala bena haba ya kepama, Taumoho wa Diyakobo la'ona ya fatutuya'asi.When the Sun was about to break through, the Man dislocated Jacob's hip.2.1Body2.1.2Torso
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matanan1eyes, his2.1Body2.1.1.1Eye2.1.1Head2front of, its1s: matagu, 1p(excl): matamai, 1p(incl): matada 2s: matam, 2p: matamiu, 3s: matana, 3p: matadi
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mo'agun1mouth, my2.1Body2.1.1Head2.1.1.4Mouth2beak, ones2.1.1Head1.6.2.1Parts of a bird2.1.1.4Mouth3mouthWalagofe wa, mo'ana ya dabali, pa'ana fwalufwalu ya ita.The crocodile opened his mouth, because he saw the frog.Na abu'awa wa, asu yai mo'ana ya ewanifisi. Nenena doha ya liuhwa wa.But as for the tree kangaroo, his mouth stretched in the smoke. His appearance was like he was laughing.2.1.1.4Mouth4beakOlona ya kafukafu. Mo'ana ya yogeyoge.It's feathers are white. It's beak is yellow2.1.1.4Mouth5shellIn alinana ya atahi, mo'ana ya fakwapumi,He heard his voice, and opened his mouth (= shell).2.1.1.4Mouth1s: mo'agu, 1pin, mo'ada, 2p: mo'amiu, 3s: mo'ana; 3p: mo'adi
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