Browse Vernacular - English
topu lidiunspec. comp. form oflidi1
tou buluhiblocked off, to be
toutou buludusk; twilightAi wawaya habahim toutou bulu yai 'e kepama luma 'e an'an be 'e eno.Then we children peeked in the house at dusk, we ate and we slept.bena Isalaela dodogadi mahudo'idi yosiyosidi ni sa lau~funuhidi, ai toutou~buluAll of the Israelites should kill their animals at dusk.
towa1blow (as the wind)... yauma wa ya towa, fuya mate 1956 yai, Ipouli yai. Gouda ena luma ya lau lopai.... the windstorm blew, the time was 1956, at Ipouli. It broke down Gouda's house.Ai tefa saesae hwayahwayau haba ya towa, hesana "bolima"Where the wind blows from the east it is called "Bolima," the East Wind.Nanatum sa matamata'asi, na hwayahwayau la'ila'i ya towa, be luma ya ya'i, yo fede, mahudo'idi sa sa'i, be sa pe'iHis children were feasting and a big wind blew and knocked the house down and all of them were (crushed??) and died.ov. synoyagi ya yufiyufi 12blow3blow, to
towa~motu1cease blowing (to)2calm down from blowing (to)Yesu ya obiyo be hwayahwayau ya lau biliyen, iyen, "U towa motu!"Jesus stood up, and he "walled off" the wind, and said, "let your blowing cease/recede!"
towa~tawaidiblows over themHwayahwayau ya towa~tawaidi be sa failaulau'idiThe wind blows over them, and they are gone.
treifrom ENG, trayunspec. var. oftreina
treinaunspec. var.treitray (its)Tau~soi nomnom treina, wa feledi. Give the drink trays to the ushers.