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sanatuNEngwhite moth that eats treestpibataplai
SandeNpropEngSundaytpiSandeFromTokSandeSunday
sangafangNEngmosquitotpinatnat
sangaliVtEngwarm up by fire or suntpihatim skinA kadep sangalihong a fatgumune. We warmed up by the fire.
sangampangNEngmedium-large grey rodent with furry tailtpiratgenmaam 1
sanggomNEngcorntpikon
saninggeADVEngeasilytpiisiBobo nomo tang a baanga it ginang saningge daseifamon.If they come, we can put them inside easily.nandesanganta
saniniVtbEngrebuketpikrosim
sansabunNEngblister with skin removedtpitekewe
santaADJEngflattpistretNen Tu te geet ginang amongge, inenggam bom teksan te naam santage fattele tamongguk. The cuscus lies flat and big like the cloth on the banana and father Tu shot it.
saoleViEngawaken; become fully awaketpikirapim
sapNEngdogtpidok
sapgebetNEngwild dogtpiwel dok
sasaVEngasktpiaskimsynniningkayesasaa
sasaapNEngconcealmenttpisamting bilong haitNoo kakabop tage fop sasaap saafege yugut.I moved slowly around to hide on the other side of the tree.
sasi2NSG.OBJ ofsisibi2bite.3SGVtEngbite you (two or more)tpikaikaim yupela
sasibiNEngkind of bird: northern cassowary; a black cassowary with a helmet-like part on its headtpimurukgensibap
satuNEngdice; something used in a game of chancetpisatuFromToksatu
saumiADJEngsmooth from drynesstpiwell
sauntaADJEngclear; opentpikliadisauntatibisaunta
sawo1NEngloinclothtpitanget
sawo2NEngkind of shrubtpitangetUsed in making fences.
sawo2
SawoNpropEngname given to a fourth-born boy; also used with eighth-born sontpinamba foa manRankTu 1MeneGekSawo
sawoleNEngshoveltpisavolFromEngshovel
sebaNEngclaytpigraun