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golowan1nephew2niece3sister's son or daughter [of a male]4FB(s v d) [of a male]5S(s v d) [of a male]Edi golowa wa, bi'ina sa ani'i.They ate up all of their nephew's excreta.Tau Lelewai, Tau Binawai, Tau Kaikaitau wa emi golowa wa ya gelaen.Tau Lelewai, Tau Binawai, Tau Kaikaitau has run away with your little niece.Abelaham ena golowa hesana Lota.Abraham's nephew was named Lot.4.1.9.1.8Nephew, niece
golu1n1limbum palm2palm species used for floors and wallsov. synbilibili 1gabagabalaididigolu2 1unspec. var. ofgabu golu3limbum palm sheath
golu31advcompletely2advall upOyagi ala'alana yai, sa ala golu.They burned him all up in the burning flames.3Vtrbreak, to
golu4nlimbum palmna golu yai ya finahe. Golu hewana yai ya eno. and he climbed into a limbum palm. He slept in the top of the Limbum palm.Kentiopsis archontophoenix1.5.1Tree6.5.3Building materialsCompare {puyuwa} "black palm" TP: "wail limbum."
Golunlimbum
golu gomnaNPlimbum palm heartThe sprouting inner heart of the limbum palm which is edible & white, like a blanched salad.1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1Food from plants
gomnheart of palm
gomaESgamaSUgaman1boy2ladOK, goma wa ya eno pe'i, pa'ana i'ipa yai te silawa, o te tuhuli, hige gonowana somo abina ta ata.Ok, the boy was sleeping soundly, because when we are watching, or keeping watch all night we can't be aware of or know anything.Young boy, also adolescent boy, youth.
gomayada1nbush-fowl eggs
gomayada2n1bush fowlGomayada Gomayada ya la'i habahim Kwalauto. Olona ya dubaduba na ahena ya balebalelem. Ena nohi doha Kwalauto na hesana ya'una Welou. Ena aba miya mate tu'a yo gunuwala. Katinona ya la'i. Ana kalahe mate oyagi uludi sa be'u. Ya gwane mate, iyen, AHH, AHH.The Brush Turkey is bigger than the Common Scrubfowl. Its feathers are black (dark brown) and its legs are red. Its nest is like that of the Scrubfowl and is called a mound. They live on the mountain and in the valleys. Their eggs are large. Their food is fruit which has fallen from the trees. When they make their call they say, "AHH, AHH."ov. synFafatagugu 2Kwalauto 1Welou 1Welou 3Talegalla jobiensis1.6.1.2Bird2Red-legged BrushturkeyTalegalla jobiensis1.6.1.2Bird3Brown-collared BrushturkeyTalegalla jobiensis1.6.1.2Bird4Telegalla jobienisTalegalla jobiensis5Collared ScrubturkeyTalegalla jobiensis6BrushturkeyTalegalla jobiensis7megapode speciesTalegalla jobiensis8moundbuilder speciesTalegalla jobiensis9turkey, brushNa mulina yai, mate E lau tana'ai bena E sala gomayada.And afterwards, I went to the bush so tht I might dig for bushfowl eggs.Gomayada ya la'i habahim Kwalauto. Olona ya dubaduba na ahena ya balebalelem. Ena nohi doha kwalauto na hesana ya'una Welou. Ena aba miya mate tu'a yo gunuwala. Katinona ya la'i. Ana kalahe mate oyagi uludi sa be'u. Ya gwane mate iyen, "AHH, AHH."Talegalla jobiensis
gomnan1cabbage heart of palmGomna: mate tapa'au ini fwaufwau pa'adi yai mate gomna.In regard to the palm heart: at the base of crown's new shoots is the palm heart.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.3.1.4Food from leaves2heart of palm cabbagema'ima'i gomnacoconut heartgolu gomnalimbum palm heartThe heart of the coconut palm and the limbum palm can be eaten as a kind of cabbage. This is sometimes called "millionaires' salad" because the removal of the palm heart inevitably kills the coconut tree.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.3.1.4Food from leaves
gomna, ma'ima'iNP1heart of coconut2coconut cabbage{Ma'ima'i gomna} is the sprouting inner heart of the coconut palm which is edible, like a blanched salad. Compare {ma'ima'i ininna}.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.3.1.4Food from leaves
gonn1plain2valleyNot a narrow ravine, but a broad, flat valley, such as a river valley.See also {gonu}, {gonna}, {gonuna}.unspec. comp. formgongonnanflat groundvalley
gon-n > adjpfxRDP
gongonn1wild bananaSa leu --, asai hesana gongon sa oi. They went on west and then they cut some wild bananas called gongon.Wild bananas bear edible fruit, but it is full of large seeds.Musa ingens Simmonds; Plant family: Musaceae.2bush bananaBush bananas are called {gongon} and {golabola}. Domesticated bananas are called {asai} and {bihiya}.
gongonnaunspec. comp. form ofgonn1flat groundYena witi wa sa pitali sa tole gogonidi tanohi gongonna yo po'ipo'ina yai. When the wheat is dry, they put them (the bundles) all together on ground that is flat and hard.2valley"Flat ground" so by extension a large piece of flat ground would often be a river valley. See also {gonna}, {gonuna}
gonnanvalley, itsA large, flat river valley.ov. syngadowanagunuwala 1gunuwala 1tu'a1 3
gono-n > npfxRDP{gonogonowana}
GonobunGonubu
gonogonowadin1same, to be2sufficient, to be1pex: gonogonowamai, 3s: gonogonowana, 3p: gonogonowadi
gonogonowamainable for us1pex: gonogonowamai, 3s: gonogonowana, 3p: gonogonowadi
gonogonowana1same2equivalent1pex: gonogonowamai, 3s: gonogonowana, 3p: gonogonowadi
gonowan1enough2possible3ableYo fede bena ya an kaka'en be hige ana gonowa.then he would let loose of it, but he was not able to do do.4same
gonowadin1enough 2able3ability, their1s: gonowagu, 2s: gonowam, 3p: gonowadi