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posaposansago, cooked in a leaf wrapper?Posaposa (Wa'uli ma ma'ina 'watali yai te suma).Posaposa is sago which has been covered with a wrapper made of {ma'ina 'watali}.1.5Plant5.2.1Food preparation5.2.3.1Food from plantsI do not have enough info to define {ma'ina 'watali} as of this time 2018-07.
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saihalangingerZingiber officinale Rosc.; Plant family: Zingiberaceae. see also wild ginger: Zingiber zerumbet (L.) Roscoe ex Smith or Amomum zerumbet L.; Plant family: Zingiberaceae1.5Plant5.2.3.1Food from plants5.2.3.1.5Food from roots
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saihala dimdimNPchili peppers"Ibe emi sunuma la'ina doha saihala dimdim tumana, haba oyagi la'ila'ina ya faliba be ibona ya suluhi, na ya umahi ai gabogabo."If you faith/hope is as big as a chili pepper seed, you will speak to a big tree and it will uproot itself and plant itself in the sea. Galewa ena Aba Baꞌisa ita'itana doha ite. Doga hesa tuma doha saihala dimdim ya abi be ya umahi ena gabu yai.The kingdom of heaven looks like this. A certain person got a seed like a chili pepper seed, and he planted it in his garden.Capsicum frutescens L.; Plant family: Solanaceae.5.2.3.1Food from plants5.2Food
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fehafehawanmushroom5.2.3.1Food from plantsAlternative spelling {feihawa}.
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feihawan1mushroom, kind of“Aiii! Agu feihawa kakaba'oba'ona.” “Please! my mushroom ??{Fehafehauwa} an edible small, grey mushroom like an inky cap.. < BH Lexicon-F, December, 19902mushroom5.2.3.1Food from plantsAlternate spelling {fehafehawa}.
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asai1BNbaela1n1bananasNa fuya lofalofa sa lau be adi asai wa sa yo'oidi, nanaudi.They went for a long time searching for their ripe bananas.Ami asai, yo ami udo, yo ami kanuwa, yo loholohodi ti otawa,As for your bananas, and your taro and your sweet potatoes, and and your good things, leave the good ones behind.Asai nanaudi fati u tole u fabigabiga.Take four ripe bananas and soften them.Ana asai ya bahei, na ya tulu be'u lidi, ho'owa yai.He carried his bananas and he went down (the bank) to the river.Papua New Guinea is probably one of the main original homes for most of the bananas in the world. There are over 500 different kinds of bananas. FOOD CROPS of Papua New Guinea (Bruce French, 2006)antasai2ov. synbwakaka 1samosamoa 1Musa sp (A &/or B genome) cv.; Plant family: Musaceae5.2.3.1Food from plants5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit2banana
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gisowanmango'E laulau mate, eee--, gisowa hesa 'e ita, yo fede, 'e tanoi. Na gisowana mate eda'eda la'ila'i sadaina yai, yo fede, 'e tanoi, 'e lau, 'e ta'ai, na 'e an gisowa.We kept on going and we saw a mango tree, and so we gathered them. Now the mango tree was beside the main road, and so we gathered them, we went and sat down, and we were eating mangos.ov. synbau'anadi'u'uMangifera indica L.; Plant family: Anacardiaceae5.2.3.1Food from plants5.2.3.1.2Food from fruitCompare {gisowa}, {bau'ana}, {kanabouli}, and {di'u'u}. See also {an~gisowa} "mango-eating"
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bemnbeansna habahim bem yo aniyoni ma salaina wa falaipanidi.But then you fry the beans and onions with the pig.ov. synbiniPhaseolus vulgaris L.; Plant family: Fabaceae5.2.3.1Food from plants
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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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bininbeanov. synbembemPhaseolus vulgaris L.; Plant family: Fabaceae1.5Plant5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds5.2.3.1Food from plantsCompare also {bem} and {bembem}.
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difa1Vtrremove bark, toMulina yai mate haba te difa.Afterwards then we will remove the bark (from the sago trunk).1.5Plant5.2.1Food preparation5.2.3.1Food from plantsThis word occurs in only one text, and by the context it means to remove the bark from the trunk of a sago palm.
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in'innaunspec. var.in2n1sprout, itsIninna mate, aho gabuna ya be'u tanohi yai mate haba ya abi lam be ya in.Concerning the sprouting coconut now, the old hard coconut falls to the ground and then it will set out its roots and sprout.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.3.1Food from plants6.2.1Growing crops2sprouting leaves, its3seedling, its4seed, itsThe seeds or sprouts of various plans are called {ininna} or {inindi}. By extension, even when the "seeds" are "true seeds" such as for {wa'amo} corn, people may sometimes refer to them as {inindi} rather than {tumadi} "seeds."{Ininna} may also be spelled {in'inna}.
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wa'alinsugarcaneYau E lau, wa'ali luwaga E pwaidi, tinagu ana be yau agu, na 'e an wa'ali.I went and broke off two sugarcane stalks, one for my mother nd one for me, and we were eating sugarcane."U lau agu wa'ali u golu, . . .You go chop my sugarcane, . . .Natuna wa, tinana lebena yai wa'ali ya an'eta-lau, iye, "Tinagu, wa'ali agu u pwai!"The child begged her mother for sugarcane and said, "Mother break my sugarcane."Nohina mate: wa'ali, walabu, asai, kanuwa, imo, kapoi, nalei, yo an'an ou'ouli ya nohi, edi gabu ganahewana yai.In its lair it stores sugar cane, pitpit, sweet potatoes, taro, various kinds of yams, and many kinds of food, there in the middle of their garden.Sugarcane, Saccharum officinarum, is indigenous to Papua New Guinea: indeed Melanesian plants seem to have provided the basic stock for a large part of the world's commercial sugar plantations. (May, Kaikai Aniani, 1984:82)ov. synsugaSaccharum officinarum; Plant family: Poaceae.5.2.3.1Food from plants5.2.3.3.1SugarSee also {an wa'ali} "to eat sugarcane."

wa'aliwa'alisugarcane

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kamfufuVtrcook it, toKai Wa'uli (Ai gulewa wa'uli te kamfufu).Sago Paste, Kai Wa'uli (we cook the sago in a pot)..5.2.1Food preparation5.2.3.1Food from plants5.2FoodAt this time I have no other instances of the term {kamfufu} in the database, 2018-07
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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

wa'uliwa'uli1 1sago

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moiyapen1pawpawCarica papaya L.; Plant family: Caricaceae.1.5Plant5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit2papaya1.5Plant5.2.3.1Food from plants"Pawpaw" is the name in Papua New Guinea & Australian English, "Papaya" is the American English name

moiyapemoiyape 1pawpaw

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