au2Vtr1tie something, toEna bobon E aulaha, ubena loiloina ai difigu haba wa au.When I start off tomorrow, you will tie the braided rope to my waist.2secure as prisoner, to3tie someone up, to Haba ami laulau e aisomo sa aumiu e sa talaimiu?Will you go or where will they tie you up and beat you?4lash together, to; lash s.th. together, toMa hwalahwalalana na ena dafu wa ya au-komakomani'i.In the morning he carefully lashed his raft.Na mwadale mahudo'ina huyama yai sa audi.But they lash all of the timbers with huyama cane.Na lumadi mate, mahina yai sa audi. Mahinadi mate huyama.As for their houses, they lashed them together with vines. The vines are a kind of cane called "huyama."5arrest someone, tobe iti yo tau antalasam ba'iba'isadi gati sa fatamalidi bena sa au.then they sent them and the guards of the chief priests, so that they might arrest him [lit: tie him].6imprision someone, to7lash it, to8tie it, to9tie it,tocomp.au fapatu lawenVtrfasten something by tying, toau~bwa'inidiVtrtie them in stepping, toder.au fapatu lawenVtrfasten something by tying, toau~bwa'inidiVtrtie them in stepping, to2p: aumiu, 3p: audi

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