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sulun1clan; tribeFuyana yai sulu Lewi dogana ena sulu waihinina hesa ya fai.At that time a Levi Clan member married a woman of his clan.In the Southern Massim areas of Milne Bay, clan names override tribal or ethnic linguistic identities, as the same clans (often, but not always identified by their "birds") are used to identify relationships not only within a language area, but also across linguistic boundaries. Ones clan identity is carried by the mother's family line.9.7.1.3Clan names2tearsSee {Sulu} capitalized, when used to identify a specific clan identity.
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SulunClanGewai mate in wahagu palapa, waihin. Ai Sulu Kehoi, Wadaheya.Gewai was my real grandmother. We were of the Kehoi and Wadaheya Clan. (Both names refer to White Cockatoos)Both names, Kehoi and Wadaheya refer to White Cockatoos.9.7.1.3Clan names{Sulu} when capitalized is used with the specific name of a clan.comp.Sulu BunebuneNPGreen Dove Clan
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Sulu Bunebunecomp. ofSuluBunebuneNPGreen Dove ClanWaikiki Numewai – Sulu Bunebune.Waikiki Numewai is from the Bunebune (Green Dove) Clan.Finau waihina ena Sulu Bunebune ya faliba iyen,She spoke to the Finau woman whose clan was Bunebune (green dove) and said, 9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird
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Sulu Galubwaicomp. ofgalubwaiNPGalubwai ClanBoubouwa: Igola nu'una yai oya tupina hesa hesana. Sulu Galubwai mahudo'idi amainiya sa miya esega na habahim sa faidabalalaidi.Boubouwa: in the Igola region, there is a certain mountain of this name. All of the Galubwai Clan lived there together and then they spread out. Birds, trees, snakes, etc. were used as totemic clan designations, among the birds were: Gubalim, Waliliya, Dawati, Magesubu, Malibon & Bunebune. It is asserted in this text that the Galubwai Clan spread out from the Igola region at Boubouwa Mountain. Sulu Galubwai however, refers to the snake designation for a clan, not to the bird designation. Russ C. 2018-09-30.9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.3.1Snake
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Sulu Kulokulocomp. ofKulokuloNPKulokulo ClanBetuela Lauyome . . . . tinana hesana Silia Abitawa, Sulu Kulokulo waihina.Betuela Lauyome's mother was named Silia Abitawa, a woman of the Kulokulo Clan.Kulokulo is clan name derived from the name of a bird called a "Varied Triller," Lalage lucumela.Lalage lucumela9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird
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galubwain1snake species, greenGalubwai: Weso Ida'idahena.Galubwai is a green snake.1.6.1.3.1Snake1.6Animal2Galubwai ClanGalubwai is used as a clan totem in Milne Bay Southern Massim groups. The galubwai, a type of green snake,is used as clan identifier for some of the Igola people (originally from the middle of Kakabai Mountain range) and also names a clan or land owners group at Leileiyafa and in other parts of the Buhutu region. The same snake is know in the Tawala area as well an in other "Yaleba"-related groups as verified in the Gamadoudou Sociolinguistics Survey, 1997). 9.7.1.3Clan namesSee also birds which are clan totem identifiers: Gubalim, Waliliya, Bunebune.comp.Sulu GalubwaiNPGalubwai Clan
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GalubwainGalubwaiGalubwai, a proper name used as a clan identifier, named after a kind of green snake.9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.3.1Snake
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Wadaheyan1Cockatoo speciesCacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird2White CockatooFemales and males are called Wahaheya. They are a bit big. They are white, and on their crest they are yellow. Their beaks are black. They eat Hwaifu, coconuts and corn. They nest in holes in trees. Their eggs are white and speckled/spotted.Cacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird3Sulphur-crested CockatooCacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2BirdAn alternative name for this species is {Kehoi}.
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waliliyan1pigeon, white variety2white pigeon variety3Pied Imperial PigeonAtai'a esana waliliya.The bird was called Waliliya, the White Pigeon.Itete Waliliya. Tinabawa yo tamoana hesadi waliliya. La'ina doha dilili. Olona kafukafuna. Ana kalahe oyagi uludi. Ena nohi oyagi ai hewadi ya ginaulidi. Katinona hige i la'i na ya kafukafu.ov. synWaliliya 29.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird
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Waliliyan1Waliliya - white pigeon9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird2white pigeonov. synBunebune 7gabulimwaliliya 3
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Kehoin1Cockatoo speciesCacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird2White CockatooGewai mate in wahagu palapa, waihin. Ai Sulu Kehoi, Wadaheya.Gewai was my real grandmother, We were of the Kehoi, Wadaheya Clan. (White Cockatoo Clan)Cacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird3Sulphur-crested CockatooCacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird
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Kulokulon1Triller species of birdLalage leucomela9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird2Varied TrillerThis is the Kulokulo (Varied Triller. The appearance of the male and female is the same. their markings are black and white. It's food is fruit from trees and insects. This bird is a fighter. When it gives birth and its eggs have hatched, if anyone climbs up to take them, it will bite him. It builds its nest in the tops of trees. Its eggs are small and white. When it calls it says, "Koyagou, koyagou, Ho'owa." When they call, then it is going to rain. There are stories about Kulokulo.Lalage leucomela9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Birdcomp.Sulu KulokuloNPKulokulo Clan
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