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kwatilinancoconut frond, driedKwatilina mate ai mata'asi sa fapaisowadi be salai sa gabudi.They use the dried coconut fronds at a feast to singe the pigs.
kwatilina, ma'ima'iNPcoconut leaf torch{Ma'ima'i kwatilina} is a torch made from a dry coconut leaf.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant5.5Fire
Kwaton1Kwato churchNa hola aho lahai te Buhutu yai dubu luwaga moho, sa laulau-tafo o sa paipaisowa, mate Kwato Church yo Catholic Church mate ne'i.But still at this time there are just two churches, and they are still running, or doing their work, those ones are the Kwato church and the Catholic Church.The Kwato Church is named after Kwato Island, the location of the Kwato Church headquarters beginning in the late 19th century until after independence.4.9.7Religious organization2Kwato
kwatuVinhowl, to
kwatu~lauVinhowl, toNa Isalaela dodogadi ganahewadi yai ibege 'wayowa la'i i kwatu~lau doga e yosiyosi hesa ai lisina. But among the Israel people, not even a dog might howl at any of the people or animals.
kwatukwatululunwandering stars?Iti doha kwatukwatululu kamumu lubilubi ana halulu sa laulau.They are like wandering stars(?) going in the darkeness.Giliki alinadi yai aniyona hesa mate kipwala laulautigana. In Greek one meaning is, stars that go walkabout.1.1.1.3Planet1.1.1.2Star
kwau1nmatter in one's eyes2.1Body2.4Body condition
kwau2Vinmatter in ones eyes, to haveMatam ya kwauYour eyes have matter in them.2.1Body2.4Body condition
Kwawilo OyanaNP1Kwawilo Oyana9.7.2Name of a place2Kwawilo MountainSa ita'ita-fuyo, be Kwawilo Oyana sa ita, be sa lefa-boda eee--, sa ta'i'ili.They looked back, and saw Kwawilo Mountain, so they started paddling again and went around the point.