Daui - English


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'ategu['a.te.-gu][SU] 'ategu "my liver"; [DA-FB] 'ategu "my liver"; [DA-SS] 'ategu "my liver"; [DH] 'ategu "my liver"; [BH] 'ategu "my liver"liver, mySIL 059; SWA 077; 1968
'ati['a.ti][SU] taba; [DA-FB] 'ati; [DA-SS] taba; [DH] kati; [BH] ibeifSWA 147; "If" and "when" sometimes overlap in their usage.; 1968
'au1[au][SU] ya 'au "I tie it}; [DA-FB] a 'au "I tie it"; [DA-SS] a 'au "I tie it"; [DH] lau; [BH] 'autie s.th., toEna maina i eligali. Ena alahia matana ie au.He shredded his bush string, (and) he tied the tip of his spear.SWA 115; 1968
'au2['au][SU] au "you" [PL]; [DA-FB] au "you" [PL]; [DA-SS] au "you" [PL]; [DH]; [BH] au "you" [PL, IR]; [BH] ami "you" [PL, RE]you [PL]Ae, hola au bagigu, na egu woto a alu.Please, wait for me, and I will spear my body.1968
awa'awa['a.wa.-'a.wa.][SU] lagau; [DA-FB] lagau; [DA-SS] awa'awa; [DH] awa'awa; [BH] hawahawagrassSWA 102; 1968
awai['a.wa-i][SU] awa; [DA-FB] awai; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] awaride, toTamana tinana waga ti awai, ti dobi hesabana.His father and mother rode in thew canoe and they went down for his sake.1968
Awalolo[a.wa.lo.lo][SU]; [DA-FB] Awalolo; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH]Awalolo village, located on Fife BayWawaya ena Po'a, Awalolo wasana.Wawaya ena Po'a, the boy of the Rocks, is an Awalolo story.a variant spellings is: Avaroro.; 1968