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yauwedon1thanks2regards3greetings4hello5thanks, one's regardseda stoli, o eda pilipilidai ana siga. Yauwedo.that is the end of our story, or our legend. Thanks6greetings, helloMaliya, yauwedo. Yaubada ma'em, be ya faloholohomGreetings Mary. God is with you and he blesses you.7thank you
Yauwedon1greetings2thanks
yauyaule1VinsillyWa yauyaule! Guyau, emi Yaubada hige ena laugagayo u lau~watanYu are foolish! you are not follwing after the Lord your God's laws.2foolishEmi nuwatuhu bena dodoga te sa nom yauyauleYour thinking is that the people may have been drinking foolishlyfanom yauyauledi
yauyaunaVindrooping, to beWaiwaihin adi ya angabu na tautaumoho mate matana ya yauyauna be ya guli lidi gele yai be ya eno. The woman was roasting their food, but as for the man, his eyes were drooping and then he toppled down on the sand and slept.
yawaBBya goBNya waneDAya goSUya eneQI1I say"Aho yawa, 'Wa'ali agu E pwai.' Na uwe, 'Lau-gagayo'.""Now I am saying, "I break-up my sugarcane.' but you say, 'It is forbidden.'""Ena E yoga, yawa, '1, 2, 3!' mate te eno guli, mahudo'ida."When I shout "I, 2, 3' them we will lean over, all of us."Yo E yoga-boda, yawa, "Tinagu!"And i called out again, I said, "My mother!"ov. synegubaunspec. var. ofe22said (I)Elided form of {yawan} "I say"
YawaQII say
yawanQII say
yawanan1south windYo yena yawana ya towa, mate auwen, <<Nuꞌu haba ya gigibwali.>> Yo fede, ya tubu. And when the south wind blows, then you.pl say, <<The place will be hot.>> And that's what happen.ov. synlalasi 2yauma3SU ofyauma22wind from the southWhen the wind blows from the south, it is called "Yawana" the South Wind. This wind typically blows during December and January,i.e., the hot, often drier time of year.1.1.3Weather
yawasi1Vin1breathe (to)2rest (to)aba an'anyawasi
yawasi2ger1breather2breath
yawasigun1breath (my)Hesa ya sigu, ya lidi beee--, yawasina ya tupo.Ya laoma, ya fuyoma.One of them swam, he went down and down, until his breath was short. He came. He came back.Na hesa hinaga ya sigu. Ya lidi bee--, yawasina ena aba ofi yai, ya laoma, ya fuyoma.Then the other alo swam. He went down until he reached the place where his breath ended. He came. He came back.Fote yai ya miyamiya eee--, yawasina ya asi'asi, be begana haba ya pe'i.He kept staying on the land until he was panting for his breath, and in a little bit he would be dead.2breath (your.pl)Yaubada moho bena ami ꞌwasabuwen, paꞌana yawasimiu haba ya abifahidiGod is the only one you should be afraid of, because he will take away your breath.
yawasigu E abiCLtake a breath (I)Fuya ou'ouli ai gabogabo ganahewana E gogogo, na yena bena yawasigu E abi haba E pohema.I always live inside the sea, and when I would take a breath I will surface.
yawasimiunbreath, your.plSee {yawasigu}
yawasinanbreath, ones)Go to {yawasigu} "my breath."
yawasina ena aba ofiNP1place where one's breath runs out2limit to one's breathNa hesa hinaga ya sigu. Ya lidi bee--, yawasina ena aba ofi yai, ya laoma, ya fuyoma.Then the other also swam. He went down until he reached the place where his breath ended. He came. He came back.
yawasina ya asi'asi1comp. ofasi'asiunspec. comp. form ofasiasi
yawasina ya asi'asi2panting (one is)Yawasina ya asi'asi, be begana haba ya pe'i.He was panting [lit: his breath was going back and forth], and in a bit more would be dead.
yawasina ya ofi1EUPHbreath is finished (ones)Ma'esega na, yawasina ya ofi.At once he died. (LIT: his breath was finished).yawasina ya ofibreath it finished2CLdied (one has)LIT: "ones breath is finished" means "one has died."
yaweyawesaunspec. var. ofan'an~yaweyawesaunspec. comp. form ofan'an1
yayagun1aunt2paternal aunt
ye1Aspectcontinuing{ye} is an alternative spelling for {E} 1st person singular subject agreement marker, and also an alternative spelling for {e} "or."
ye2adv1yes2all right3quickly?{ye} is an alternative spelling for {E}1st person singular subject agreement marker, and also an alternative spelling for {e} "or."
ye5VOCee
ye3smREI{ye} is an alternative spelling for {E} 1st person singular subject agreement marker, and also an alternative spelling for {e} "or."
ye4CONJor{ye} is an alternative spelling for {E} 1st person singular subject agreement marker, and also an alternative spelling for {e} "or."