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waaQUANEngvery manytpiplanti
waafiADV1Engalmosttpii no yetKome waafi kubitang kokoekye tohong a it tuguk a, kadang kubitni a baahong.When it was almost dark, they gathered their dry bamboo.2Engjust nowtpinau tasolFee ginang kaatge boge waafi nak fefe tohong fatgu.He was in the garden and just came and peeled the food.3EnglatertpibihainIna waafi beesak.He will come later.
waafiniADJEngyoungtpiyangpelaAma ibe tongkaning ofonga nanak waafini ate tugunga.The elderly people down to the young babies did this.
waakNEngfather's sister; mother's brother's wife; aunttpisusa bilong papa; meri bilong brata bilong mama
waap1NEngtodaytpinauBua waap fatnentamon yangale nandengange.We know that today is a holiday.Fee waap tenen a kole bonga adeng meetak.Today's work is done.2ADVEngnowtpidispela taimKaninen faimba waap botak yangale.It is time for the helicopter to come now.
wagemN1Enghourglass drum, carved from wood with an animal skin on the toptpikundu2Engkind of tree used in making hourglass drumstpidiwaiThe sap is used as a glue in attaching cuscus skin to the drum3Engany non-traditional musical instrumenttpimusik
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wainNEngwine; grapetpiwainFromTokwainwine
waka1ViEngruintpibagarapKalange kadit kole wakangak.The path to Kalange is ruined.Nak ka tege kole wakagumun.We are extremely hungry (lit. ruined).2VEngattempt to do something but not succeed; failtpinoinapmekimIna maam a kuu tebeng tewakahong, boop a aliwakanga aliwakanga yak a kohomo tanga fattak.The cuscus struggles to escape the trap but it can't and dies.koknin wakatewakayelewaka3VtbEnghatetpibel nogut
wakwaaADJEngvery badtpinogut trukokwakwak
walaNEngspirittpispiritwalanin kotok
walageshort forwalategeADVEngwelltpigutpelaWalagelak boge Ukarumpa fisikagumu.We came well until we arrived in Ukarumpa.
walandangNEngveranda; porchtpiverandaUsed in Mama and Gifan
walaniADJEngthintpiliklikfewalangka
walanin kotokNEngsoultpisol
walategeADVEngcarefully; welltpigutNak ame walatege nomong nangkomontagung.They did not eat well.Mele te walatege disak aina tek olonge ka tentang.If the sun shines well, the clothes might dry.short formwalage
waloViEngrise; stand uptpikirapKome fakangale afini a fattege walogumun.At sunrise we got up again.benep walo
wameng1ADJEngbadtpinogutA tangale yabonganguk, amaibe komolok ke benep ayuun tohong teteni wameng a beemee tugung. Doing that, he saw many people repenting of their bad deeds.mumuluu wameng2NEngsintpisinWamengnin sefelegu.He cleansed our sin.3ADJEnggoodtpigutpelaA nahong kaatge, kaatge mangge it dofon difigumun ginang a ologumun aina nak wameng afak fuduut tege kamatgunge.After we roamed eating from the other houses, we entered a house that we slept and the good food was cooked with a coconut.slang
wangkaNEngbody of watertpiraunwarasynbekngangwangka bede
wangka bedeNEnglevel ground that is covered by water after a raintpihap bilong tait
wasing1ADVEngabovetpiantapA defele tugumun kudaa wasing guna aningge kobo fatgunge.We saw many mangos up above the tree.2NEngnorthtpinot
watiwatiADJEngdisordered; scattered abouttpitromoim nabautBodong bene, maa nak yek awo watiwati a fattele.The bunch of betel nut and bag of food were scattered around.
watnukNEngnuttpipikinini bilong diwai
weensabunNEngkind of fishtpipis
wenggapmeVEngbreak (a fence or door)tpibrukim
wewe1VtEnghold in hands and break (as in bamboo)tpibrukim2VtEngcross over watertpibrukim wara3ViEngshine