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kaikaidago2unspec. comp. form ofdagoVinjumping, to beFwalufwalu ...mate, fuya ou'ouli ya kaikaidago.Frogs...are always jumping.ov. syndago hiti 1pitopito 1pitopito 3
kaikaihwabunwidowHige'e, ya lau kaikaihwabu hudo'i Selapata nu'una yai,No, he went to a certain widow in the region of Zarephath.ov. syndabudabuledabudabuledohadohaihwabuhwabu
Kaikaimon1Kaikaimo Creek2Kaikaimo HamletIpouli Duhu Kiukiu, Kaikaimo luma mate in wasana bwa'ibwa'ina E uliyawa lisim.I am writing a first report to you about a small hamlet in Ipouli, called Kaikaimo House.3Kaikaimo
KaikaitauVObjInceat people, to
kaikaiyagaVinstunted?, to beSai nahalidi sa tubu mate lahai te sa kaikaiyaga be.Whoever was recently born, nowadays they are stunted (in growth)MEANING UNCERTAIN: This word occurs only once in the database as of 2018-07.
kaikalonKaikalo treeAee--, kapuwa au fafuyoyama be ai lebegu, haba emi kaikalo, bonabonami yo faliya E fatalahamiu.Aee, please bring the kapuwa stone back to me, I will instruct you about ___, ____ and ____.I do not know the meaning of three words in this sentence. Russ 2017-04-11.
kaikulahaiVinrefuse, toNatuna ya kaikulahai, iyen, "E 'waiyo'o!" His child refused and said, "I don't want to!"This term only occurs once in the Buhutu data, but seems to mean "to refuse."
kaimon1pandanus species1.5.1Tree2pandanus fruitAna kalahe mate kuhou, udama, kimidili, yo kaimo uludi ya domdi.It foods are fig, udama, kimidili and kaimo palm fruits, which it swallows.5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit3pandanus, the prop rootLumana 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.kind of pandanus used for floors, batons, etc. The fruit is eaten by cassowaries.1.5.1Tree6.5.3Building materials
kaimo an'annaNPpandanus fruitPandanaceae family5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit
kaimo susunaNPpandanus prop rootsBeyabeyana ulutubu dodogadi mate kaimo susuna sa abi, sa tili, mulina yai haba sa fili be mahina.In the old days, their ancestors would take the pandanus prop roots and strip them, and afterwards they would twist them into strings..
KainanCainAdam ma~lahuna Iwi sa eno~bili be Iwi ya boga. Natuna Kaina ya yosi.Adam slept with his wife and Wvwe became pregnant She gave birth to her child, Cain.
kaipounantaro varietyImo Kaipouna: Igola dodogadi adi imo. Imona mate imo la'ila'i. Nenena ya uli'uli, sa gabu panena ena adidili; te an mate ya amna. ‎Kaipouna Taro: It was taro which belonged to the Igola people. That taro was a big taro. In its appearance it had markings, when they roast it it has a storng smell, and we we eat it it is tasty (sweet),Imo Kaipouna is the name of a large variety of taro said to originate at Igola (in the middle of the Kakabai mountain region).
kaiselalantree species
kaisu1Vtrwash something, toegu pidu yo galasi E abidi, na E lau, be egu galasi hola ho'owa yai E kaisu.I took my goggles and my fishing spear, and I went, and then I just washed my goggles in the water.Yo fede, egu galasi ye kaisu, yo egu pidu ye abi, be benai ye topu, be ye lau lesi ubuna yai,So I cleaned my goggles and I took my spear, and then I slowly sank down, so that I went underneath the footbridge,Saimon Petelo ya liba bui, "Guyau, tabu ahegu ibodi u kaisudi, na nimagu yo kulugu hinaga u kaisudi!"Simon Peter answered, "Lord, don't wash my legs only, but wash my arms and my head also!"2Vtrscrub something, to3Vtrwash it, to4Vinwash, toCompare {ankaisu}comp.kaisu~fahidiVtrwash them off, tocleanse them, to
kaisu~fahidicomp. ofkaisu-fahi-di3Vtr1wash them off, to ꞌWasinana haba eda nuwatuhu aba fadudulaidi mate ya kaisu~fahidi,His blood will cleanse (wash off) their consciences (LIT: place of straightening their thinking).2cleanse them, toCompare {fa'a'a} "make them clean."
kaisu~komokomaꞌinidiVtrwash them carefully, tokaputi yo disi ganamulidi moho ami kaisu~komokomaꞌinidi, na ganahewamiu mate sa alami. You wash the outside of your cups and dishes properly, but your insides are (false?)
kaisudiVtr1wash them, toHige'e, ibege ai lahai hesa, ahegu u kaisudi.No, you must never at any time wash my feet.2clean them, toCompare {ankaisu} "to wash."
kaisudi komakomanidiVtrwash them properly, toKalahe ya sufidi nonohaidi be ya kaisudi komakomanidi.She peeled them in readiness and then she washed them propelry.
kaiwegowegoVtrblaspheme, toThis is also used for cursing or swearing.CHECK MEANINGS: "cursing" versus "blaspheming" versus "wasting" versus "doing evil."root: kaiwegowego, 3s: kaiwegowego'en, 3p: kaiwegowego'edi
kaiwegowego'enVtr1cursing at someone, to be2blaspheme, toSidohana be ya liba doha? Ata'atahina doha Yaubada hesana i kaiwegowegogo'en!How can he talk like that? it's sound is like he is blaspheming at God's name!CHECK MEANINGS: "cursing" versus "wasting" versus "doing evil."root: kaiwegowego, 3s: kaiwegowego'en, 3p: kaiwegowego'edi
kaiwegowegogo'ediVtrdoing evil things, to be ??Ya lau nu'u hesa yai, be laulau heyaheyayadi lisidi yai ena moni ya kaiwegowegogo'edi.He went to another country, and he wasted his money doing by bad things.CHECK MEANINGS: "cursing" versus "wasting" versus "doing evil."root: kaiwegowego, 3s: kaiwegowego'en, 3p: kaiwegowego'edi
kaiwegowegogo'enVtrwaste something, toCHECK MEANINGS: "cursing" versus "wasting" versus "doing evil."
KaiyafasinCaiaphas Saluma aho Yesu sa tohai mate, sa lawen Kaiyafasi ena luma. In Tau~Antalasam~Dodogadi edi Baꞌisa.The ones who captured Jesus took him to Caiphas' house. He was the leader of the priests.
kaiyahanantree speciesKaiyahana mate, waihin ena dobidobi yai ya in.The Kaiyaha tree was growing at the gable end of the woman's house.