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tu-1NUtwoKokome ou'ouli tuhandele sa laom, be hige gonowamai bena ai ai unuidi,If two hundred kokome come, it will not be possible for just we ourselves to kill them.From ENG, two.
tu-2adj > adjpfxRDPFrom {tutupo}.{tutupo}
tu'aSAkoyaSUoya4n1mountainOlodi sa dubaduba. Ena aba miya mate tu'a.Their feathers are black. Where it lives is the mountains.Yaubada tu'e ya felegu haba E abi, be ai tu'a hewana E mwaito.I will take the walking staff that God gave me, and I will stand on top of the mountain.1.2.1.1Mountain2mountains3hill1.2.1.1Mountain4shaped like a hill or moundIn moho ya la'i wananaha pa'ana tanohi yo wenu ya sala gogon be ya pei eee--, doha tu'a.Just one thing, it was very big, because it [the Scrubfowl] dug up together soil and rubbish, and then piled it up until it was like a mountain.ov. syngonnagunuwala 17.5.9.1Load, piletu'a dodogadicomp.NPmountain peoplePilisiman hesana Lafuyawe, in tu'a dodogadi hinaga ya laufidima.The policeman was named Lafuyawe and he was the one who also brought the mountain people down (to the valley) Gelegele Tataudi, or Gelegele Dodogadi, are the coastal people along the Suau Coast, and all the way west to Gadaisu. Tu'a Dodogadi formerly populated the range of mountains between the Suau Coast and Sagarai Valley. A large percentage of Buhutu people are now Sagala'i Gonuna dodogadi "Sagarai Valley people." Previous to this resettlement, many mountain people were resettled into large camps just prior to WW2, largely for protection.
tu'a papalinaNPhillsideSalai baiwadi mate sa suwasuwali tu'a papalina yai.The herd of pigs were feeding on the side of a mountain, side of a hill.
tu'ananmountain (its)
tuawelansnail varietyov. syndemdem
tubaVinswim (to)Na hidana, Ibwau wa, ya tubatuba ee--, yo fede ya kapulolo, be ya pe'i.But as for his companion, Rat, he kept on swimming and swimming until he drowned and he died.Sa tuba sa lau gabogabo atipuna yai. They swam and they went out in the middle of the sea. This involves propelling oneself through the water by moving the arms and legs. Other words sometimes translated as "swim" such as {siwa} and {sigu} often mean to "bathe," or "take a bath."ov. synansiwasiwa 2siwa2 2tubatubaunspec. comp. formVinswimming (to be)Na hidana, Ibwau wa, ya tubatuba ee--, yo fede ya kapulolo, be ya pe'i.But as for his companion, Rat, he kept on swimming and swimming until he drowned and he died.
tuba benabenaiVinswim slowly (to)E tuba benabenai, in moho 'e lau eda lolofa.I swim slowly, but I go long distances.
tuba bwa'ibwa'iVin1swim first (to)Yo fede, E dago, E tuba bwa'ibwa'i, na hidagu muli yai ya laolaoma.So then, I jumped and started swimming first, and my friend came behind me.2swim ahead (to)
tuba doheVtrswim across (to)Saga luwaga hinaga 'e tuba-dohe.We also swam past two streams.
tuba hasaVinswim up (to)Delegu yai E tuba hasa yo E tuba lidi yo tuwegu [mabegu] E fapaisowadi hinaga.With my tail I swim up and I swim down, and I use my fins [flippers] also.
tuba lauVin1swim across (to)2swim over to (to)Habahim, ya tuba lau ena dafu yai.then he swam over to his raft.3swim to, to
tuba lidiVinswim down (to)Delegu yai E tuba hasa yo E tuba lidi yo tuwegu [mabegu] E fapaisowadi hinaga.With my tail I swim up and I swim down, and I use my fins [flippers] also.
tuba wataidiVtrswim after them (to)
tubalauVinswim and go (to)Afa efagu haisa gonowana sa tubalau gabogabo ganahewana lofana ibe 74 miniti.Some of my relatives are able to keep swimming in the sea for as long as 74 minutes.also spelled as {tuba lau}
tubatubaunspec. comp. form oftuba
TubawatanTubawataBHIPTYEB-BXH, Tu'a yai E Miya, Eida Bania, Ipouli, VITAL 2011Dituna, Euyowa, Yamauli, Hibulele, Nola, Gouda, Tubawata, Lato, Lakatani. They were the first intake of pupils (after WW2).Tubawata was one of the first pupils who attended Siasiada Mission School after WW2.9.7.1Name of a person
tubehiVrecip1join it to (to)Na habahim ena liba ya tubehi be ya lau lisidi, iyen, And then he joined (more) words to it, and he went to them, and he said,Matiu 21:42 joining stone FN6.5Working with buildings2add it on to something, tobena ami anpate adidili be emi kawawananaha hewana yai, abi loholoho ami tubehi,you should try hard to add on top of (join to) your faith, doing good.8.1.2.1Mathematics
tubehi, liba ya CLjoin words togetherNa habahim ena liba ya tubehi be ya lau lisidi, iyen, And then he joined (more) words to it, and he went to them, and he said,
tubetubehina, liba NP1joining words2conjunctions3connectives
tubiVtrbeat someone (to)Sa tubi ya ofi sa dui~fafuyo.They finished beating him and they sent him back.See also {laulau~tubina}.
tubitubin1rattles??Bolima esega - esega, Novemba ai ganahewana mate waga yo ile'ile, boiyatu yo tubitubi sa baheidima sa laoma sa mata'asi ai Alotau. Each year in November, they carry their canoes and bamboo instruments and drums and rattles(??) and come to the feast/festival at Alotau.2??{Tubitubi} might NOT mean rattles. 2018-04-20
tubu1Vin1grown (to have)2big (to be)3begin (to)4start (to)5happen (to)Waihin asi'asiyebona wa ya sibai somo lisina yai ya tubu,As for the sick woman, she knew what had happened to her,6grow (to)Salai ya bwa'i. In mate ya tubu wananaha.Pig went first. He has grown very big.Said of an increase in size or maturity.7born (to be)lahai hudo'i ya tubu ya laolaoma be huyama wa hige ti fapaisowa-wananahai.Another day has begun and it is coming to (the time) when they do not really use "huyama" cane.Na yau, nuwana ee--, E tubu 1939, mate E tubu.But as for me, maybe it went on until I was born in 1939, and then I was born.8born, betubu la'icomp.Vingrow up (to)bena ta tubu la'i ena lau~fa'ata yai! We should grow up into his teachings.
tubu2ger1beginning2birth