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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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baubaunbambooTataudi luwaga sa ta'ai na ni'a sa nigohi bee--, gonowana haba baubau ou'oulina safuhudohudo'i.The two men sat there and cut up their game until it was enough (to fit into) ten pieces of bamboo.Generic term for various bambusa species. Any of several large, hard-stemmed bamboos, with a diameter up to 5 or 6 inches and a height approaching 60 feet. the stem itself may be yellow or green. In the Sagarai area, both the green and yellow variety are "clumping" bamboos.ov. syntulaiDendrocalamus asper or Bambusa aspera Schult. & Schult. f.; or Bambusa vulgaris Schrad. ex Wendl.; Plant family: Poaceae. various species.1.5PlantPOc *bwau, "bamboo"
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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. "I will jump and go to the top (crown) of the betelnut tree." He went down and the person cut down the betelnut tree.3areca catechu
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bininbeanov. synbembemPhaseolus vulgaris L.; Plant family: Fabaceae1.5Plant5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds5.2.3.1Food from plantsCompare also {bem} and {bembem}.<ENG, "bean"
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buhobuhoncoconut variety, large, yellow-husked variety of coconut1.5Plant1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.1Food 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 betelnut)Compare {ma'ima'i punutana} "coconut husk."1.5Plant1.5.1Tree1.5.5Parts of a plant
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