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ʋba pilav. t.to heave; to throw up; to toss.
ʋba pilan.a toss; a heaver.
ʋba pilaadv.upward.
ʋba pillaadv.upward; on high; away up; far up; heavenward; to heaven; in heaven.
ʋba pit anumpuliv. t.to pray; to speak toward heaven, Matt. 17:21.
ʋba shilombishn.an angel; a spirit of heaven.
ʋba shutikn.heaven, Matt. 5:34; 1 Sam. 2:10.
ʋba takaliv. a. i.to hang up; to depend.
ʋba takali1pp.hung up; suspended; lifted up;2a.dependent.
ʋba takalichiv. t.to heave; to hang up; to lift up, John 3:14; to uplift.
ʋba taloan.a hymn; a psalm; a sacred song.
ʋba tʋlan.a mantel piece; a shelf; a scaffold; a scaffolding; see tʋla, from talali, to set or place.
ʋba tʋla bohliv. t.to scaffold; to put on a scaffold.
ʋba tʋla ikbiv. t.to scaffold; to make a scaffold.
ʋba topan.an altar.
ʋba yaknin.heaven, Matt. 6:20; 18:10.
ʋba yakni aholitopan.glory; the felicity of heaven prepared for the children of God.alsoʋba yakni nan isht ilaiyukpa
ʋba yakni pilaadv.heavenward.
ʋbai anumpuli chukan.a temple, Luke 2:27; a church; a meeting house.
ʋbanav. a. i.to lie across; to rise; ʋbanaya, ʋbanaia, pro. form.
ʋbanapp.laid across.
ʋbanan.that which lies across.
ʋbanaliv. t.sing., to lay across; to lay over or on; to put on, as a yoke; bahta ya̱ ʋbanoli, to lay a bag on.alsoʋbanoli
ʋbanapoapp.pl., passed over; put over.