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membenADJEngalonetpistap em yet
membeninNiEngtonguetpitangkadep membene
membusumNEngplace where white people come from
memee1VEngfinish; completetpipinisimMan bingam guda kaatgumun asinin bonga adeng meetak.The story of our trip is done.Tege tege se ambunku meengge a.They did this and finished cooking all the food.2VEngdo completely or thoroughlyKaninen kobo ginang memek ke teletge maa naknak baamee tugung. One time the spirits rose up and got all of the food.3NEngendtpipinisBuguhe botak memeni kot nomong.He came, and is coming and has no end.feetete memeniyemee
memekNEngkind of god: represented on the headdress used in the tebekap dancetpitewelspecmasamulakaik memek
memekdenNEngthorntpinil
memelemNEngbeginningtpistat
memendeVtEngsharpen (a spear); scrape (as a banana)tpisikirapimAma basam mendehong maala fattak.The man is sitting and sharpening a spear.
memendeleADJEngeasily angered; violenttpibelhat
mendekVEngvomittpitrautmendekmendee
mendekmendeeADJEngfilthy; wickedtpinogut trulike vomit
mendelemtaaningADJEngthintpibun nating
mendenADVEngafter; latertpibihainAdaning ibangange yugut a, a bas kobo bilige menden bugule.Seeing this, I took a bus that came later.menden nanik
menden nanikADJEngyoungertpiyangpela moa
mendene1ADVEngafter thattpibihain long enAsinin mendene ginang, Ine tenen taang ke Ine amambotge toboge nok kot kamatgung.After that, Ine's family brought Ine to me and left her with me.
mendene2ADJEngworsetpimoa bagarapmendene kaleng
mendene kalengADJEngraging; rough (water)tpikirap bikpela
mendeninNiEngback tpibaksaitmendetifikmendeut
mendenta1NEngenemytpibiruaGudatak kuyanga a guda mendenta fek a, a gula sanak fek kanga.If you go to another village with enemies, they might kill and cook you.2ADJEngangrytpibelhat3VEngoppose
mendeteADVEngbehind; backtpibaksaitmendete manmendewoon
mendete manNEngcontempt; scorn; disrepecttpitok nogut
mendetifikNEngperson who provides support; supportertpipilo
mendeutVt1Engdisobeytpisakim tok2Engreject; turn away fromtpigivim baksaitgive (one's) back
mendewoonViEngbend over, as an elderly person when walking
MeneNpropEngname given to a second-born son; also used with sixth and tenth-born sontpinamba tu manRankTu 1MeneGekSawo