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bobonnannext day, theTaiyede, bobon mate, sa lau gana, adi gabu.Later, the next day, they went to the garden, their garden.Bobonna, habahim, E lau tinagu edi luma.The next day, then, I went to my mother's house.8.4.1Period of time8.4.1.2.2Yesterday, today, tomorrow8.4.1.2Day
bobounancoconut variety, orange coloredA small variety of ornamental coconut with orange colored hunk.1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
boboyoVin1sail with a following sea, toMabena luwaga wa ya famala doha ena wolewole, na ya boboyo ya laoma Sibalai.It's two wings served as his sail, and with a following sea he came to Sibalai.7.2.4.2Travel by water2following sea, to have7.2.4.2Travel by water
boboyo~lauVinfollowing seas, to go withIti ya a'awadi nuwada doha 5 o 6 kilometa ha'a sa boboyo~lau, They had gone driven before the seas for perhaps a distance like 5 or 6 kilometers.
boda1n1boarder2boarding student3school boarder
boda2advagainna Buluhagalagala ya laoma be ya falau~boda~fuyoiBut Buluhagalagala came and made him go back again.Yo E yoga boda, yawa, "Tinagu!"And i called out again, I said, "My mother!"Tini u gilisi, na beledi ai tele u tole, be ya sese~boda ai maihala.Grease the tin, and put the bread on a tray, so that it will rise again in the sun.ov. synfiyo1 1unspec. var. offiyo saeunspec. var. ofgalasi fiyounspec. var. offiyo hasafuyo1 1comp.abi~bodaidiVtrreceive them again, toguliyam~bodaVinhungry again, to belaulau~bodaVingo back again (to)laulau~bodaidiVtrgo back to them again, todo them again, toliba~bodaidiVtrsay again (to)der.abi~bodaidiVtrreceive them again, tocont.laulau~bodaVingo back again (to)laulau~bodaidiVtrgo back to them again, todo them again, to
bodaiadvagainid.alinana sa bui~bodaiVtranswer again, tounspec. comp. formlauto'iyedi~bodaidiVtrgreet them again, to
bodaunbasketNabutuwa wa, golowa ena bodau i gela~afuleni, yo ena suwali ie abi.The storm spirit got (took) her comb when the girl had run away and left her basket.ov. synkodenoho1
bodawaninferns, ediblea kind of greens from a species of fern, cooked as a vegetable.ov. synbwaha ininawa'ewai'aDiplazium esculentum Swartz; Plant family: Aspleniaceae/Athyriaceae. 1.5Plant5.2.3.1.4Food from leaves
bodebodenalgae1.5Plant1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
baQIsay
ba-1npfxPL2adj > adjpfxRDP{babadana}
ba'aVtradd??Muli yai falawa masimasina ai ma'i masina u ba'a.Afterwards add to flour batter to the coconut cream.
ba'aya1Vin1bad, to be2evil, to be3sinful, to be{ba'aya} is a Suau word used for sin or evil in the Suau New Testament. It is ften used as a substitute word for "sin" in Buhutu instead of {heyaya}.
ba'aya2n1sin2badness3evil{ba'aya} is the SUAU term equivalent to {heyaya} and is usually used with a specialized theological meaning when used by Buhutu speakers.ov. synba'aya3lau~heyaya2nuwa heyaya1s: egu ba'aya
ba'aya3EUPHpeniseuphemism for intimate body part, probably introduced by mission teachings.ov. synba'aya2 3ba'ayana 2bida1 3bida2BH ofbi'iena ba'ayaheyaya2 1heyaya2 1kutinalau~heyaya2lau~heyaya2mwagiananuwa heyayanuwa heyaya1s: egu ba'aya
ba'ayanaBHheyaheyayana1adj1bad2sinfulov. synba'aya3heyaya2 1lau~heyaya2nuwa heyaya
babadan1uncles2big men3men4eldersAfa-tamagu yo egu babada mahudo'imiuAll of you, my fathers and my uncles"O, afatamagu yo egu babada mahudo'imiu, bobon ada oyagi esega te, te oi.Oh, my fathers and my uncles, all of you. Tomorrow we chop this one tree here.Mabada, babada sun sa ginaulidi.Long ago, our elders made houses called "Sun."Lumadi mate, babada edi aba oi'oiliba yo edi mata'asi ainiya sa oilibaedi.As for these houses, they were where the "big men" held their disucussions, and they discussed their feasts there.
babadadintheir big men, their eldersNa Mowabi babadadi sa fuyo Balaki lisinaAdn the elders of Moab returned to Barak
babadanaadjbig
babagancrotonWaihin aho ena fafa'ilala babaga wa hige i mwahiu, be ya nuwadubu,Now the woman's "sign" the croton leaves, did not wiggle, and she felt dowhhearted.Babaga is planted as an ornamental shrub, and is especially used to mark grave sites along with another ornamental plant called litiliti. Crotons have variably shaped leaves and come in varying colors.Codiaeum variegatum
Babaga HisuNPCroton PointWawahin mahudo'idi sa awa sa lefa sa leuma mate, Babaga Hisu mate, sa leu.All of the women boarded (the raft) and came paddling down. they went around Croton Point.Babaga Hisu or "Croton Point," a location on the west side of Mullins Harbour.
baba'isan1big men2leaders
babakanbanana varietybanana tree with big leaves used for cookingov. synasai2
baba'odinon top of?waihin matamata heyayana tautaumaya gesana ho'owa ai baba'odi ya ta'ata'aithe shameless harlot [LIT woman with bad eyes] is sitting on the waters. Just a single occurrence of this word as of 2019-08-02. I do not know exactly what it means. RC.