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tutupo1adjshortWaga haisa iti mate lolofa na haisa mate tutupo. Some canoes are long, and others are short.tupotuponaunspec. comp. formadj1short2short, its
tutupo2nshort ones
tutuwanintall tree with branches forming at right angles to trunk like steps of a ladder.the tutuwani tree features in a traditional story from Isu'isu area called Galewa Eda'edana - the ladder to the sky.
tuwa~fagogomaVtrcool it down, tobe haba Yaubada ena manabala lisida yai ya tuwa~fagogoma. so that God will cool down his anger toward us.incl.Once occurring expression, this seems to be related to "cooling down ones anger."
tuwahaunspec. var. oftau tuwaha
tuwahagun1brother, older2sister, my older3older sibling, my4older brother, my5older sister, my6older parallel cousin, my7parallel cousin (older than ego)(B v S) older than ego; MS(s v d) or FB (s v d) older than ego. I.e., parallel cousin, older than ego
Tuwamin1Common Koel2Koel, Common3Common Koel, a long tailed cockatoo species
tuwenfins
tuwegunfins (my)Delegu yai E tuba hasa yo E tuba lidi yo tuwegu [mabegu] E fapaisowadi hinagaI swim up with my tail, and I swim down with my tail and I also use my fins [flippers].
tuyanstalkAnelu hesa didiyali hesa tuyana ya felegu egu lufaAn angel gave me a water red stalk called didiyali for my measuring rod.
tuya-n > npfxRDP
tuyananstalk, itsGo to {tuya} "stalk."
tuyatuyadinstalksSa ginauli doha ite, be witi tuyatuyadi sa bwa'i~pwaidi.They would do like that so that they might break the stalks of wheat by walking on (treading on) them.