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ko'una, ma'ima'iNP1drinking coconut2coconut (young one, for drinking)Tamagu, gadogu ya magu. E fanuha bena ma'ima'i kouna agu wa finahei."My father, I am thirsty. I would like you go climb up for my drinking coconut.
koyagounkoyagou (sound that a bird makes)Ya gwane Iyen, "Koyagou, koyagou, ho'owa. Sa gwane mate haba usa ya usa.When it calls it says, "Koyagou, koyagou, ho'owa (water)." When they call, then it is going to rain.
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kubwanan1star of the evening or morning2evening star3morning star. . . yo kubwana ya sina~hasaima nuwanuwamiu ganahewadi yai.And the morning star shines (rises and shines) inside your hearts/minds.4planet Venus5Venus1.1.1.3Planet
kufakufanaemptyhwaifu kufakufanaan empty hwaifu nut shellIte laugagayodi te kufakufadi yo hige aniyodi.These rules are empty and have no meaning.
kufefeVin1light in weightYo ami ewaꞌewadi E fabahemiu mate, sa kufefe.And and your "loads" I have you carry are light.2not heavy
kuhounfig speciesAna kalahe mate kuhou, udama, kimidili, yo kaimo uludi ya domdi.It foods are fig, udama, kimidili and kaimo palm fruits, which it swallows.This type of fig is edible, but some types are not.ov. synbawali1.5Plant1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.2Food from fruitAnother type of fig is called {bawali}. Sikamora kuhouna is used for the so-called "sycamore" fig mentioned in the Bible.
kukncook
kukambancucumberCucumis sativus L.; Plant family: Cucurbitaceae5.2.3.1.3Food from vegetablesCompare {kapulika} wild cucumber.
kukincookNa um, Tolutoluwaga mate, am paisowa mate kuk, laubu'a, yo ada wa angabu,But as for you Tolutuluwaga, Nightjar, your task is to be the cook, cooking, and you will roast our food.
kukupidunarrowsKukupidu hiyala yai sa fapaisowadi haba sa tapwaipwaiThe arrows they use in battle will be broken
KulanKula
kule, laulauVin1grunting, to beSalai sa laulau~kule, yo 'wayowa sa talabwau.The pigs are grunting and the dogs are barking.2squealing, to beCompare {kune} "squealing noise made by a pig."
kulekuleidiVtrtalking about something, to bedodoga haisa sa kulekuleidi.some people were talking about them.Compare {kulekuledi}3s: kulekule, 3; kulekuleidi
kulekuletinbreastplatesAdi kulekuleti mate balebalelemdi doha sa ala,Their breastplates were red like they were burning.Compare {gatigatidi sa heti} for same meaning.
kulenageroinking, itssalai ya gwali wa, hige kulena i atahi.As for the pig she was spearing, she (the mother-in-law) did not hear its oinking/squealing.1.6Animal6.3.1.4Pig1.6.4.3Animal soundsCompare {kule} "sqwuealing noise made by a pig"
kulo geligelinaNP1dreadlock hairstyle2hairstyle, curled with dreadlocks
kulokulospottedov. synbolobolowadabotobotodikulokulona
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
kulokulonaadjspottedov. synbolobolowadabolobolowadabotobotodibotobotodikulokulo
kulunheadder.fafakuludigerhaving headsheads, possessing
kulu-n > npfxRDP
Kulunhead