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iye

iye n masc coconut, coconut palm tree; kokonas; Gh: nji; So: chi Ex: Iye newo no. He climbed the coconut tree. Ex: Iye ir wuwo. She is husking the coconut. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.) iye ghar , iye gromui , iye mese , iye mindeb , iye nganye , iye nyiq , iye quari , iye sawoyanji , iye sinop , iye su , iye timange , iye timange digany , iye timbri , iye toquki , iye wep

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nyumo

nyumo n neut tree, a general term for all trees except palm trees; diwai Ex: Nyumo isis dabo yeru. Trees of all kinds are in the bush. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.) munyi iny nyumo , nyes nyumo

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nyumo atnobui n masc a tree with a large base and long leaves with dark bark and red sap; Gh: nyumo atchir; H: yumbo nyumo Ex: Nyumo atnobui yumbui kin ir wuti, ni bir bir yequ. When a big tree of this type falls down, it breaks up in little pieces (then it sprouts and grows up again.) (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo bege n masc a tall tree whose leaves are eaten by caterpillars (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo beiwo n fem a tree with buttress roots and round leaves which edible insects live in. It has red flowers.; Gh: nyumo beiwo; H: nyumo mirewo [nyumo mɨrewo] Ex: Wapi rindi kis wuye te riq. The birds come to drink the water/nectar from the flowers. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo buab n masc a tree with soft wood whose bark is used for tying things and may be used for making bilums; Gh: nyumo bap (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo buidu

nyumo buidu n masc a small tree; wanpela liklik diwai bilong planim daka; Gh: buedu; So: nyumo paringin Ex: Nyumo buidu puate pe beghi iringe kuan pawo. We plant betel nut pepper at the base of this tree. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)

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saqdib

nyumo dib [nyumo dɨb] n masc name of a tree whose seed pod is used for grating ginger and a yellow root used for dye. Also large black caterpillars eat the leaves and are collected for food. Ex: Wute ni yengiye saqdib pe tigage rind ye. People grate ginger on the seed pod of this tree. see also: saqdib. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)

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nyumo eibri n tree with very hard wood for making quari quang (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo enymari see also: nyumo moriwuany. n a tree with a good fragrance which is used as medicine to rub on dogs to get rid of fleas and to drink when they have diarrhea; diwai i gat gutpela smel ol i usim long marasin; Gh: nyumo enymari, morighainy; H: n. enymari; So: n. meriwainy Ex: Nyombui num kurem tedi chongo griq bad, nyiq peny di ni umbo wuye rind segi. When dogs are sick then we grate the bark of this tree, give them the juice, and their diarrhea stops. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo esu n masc type of tree used for firewood; Gh: nyumo ato; H: nyumo wunawo Ex: Nyumo esu wase ningg gre ruwo. They break up this tree for firewood. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo grawo n masc a type of tree used for housebuilding; it is soft when first cut, but in a house doesn't rot quickly; Gh: nyumo wurawo Ex: Ni uwi pe yire kin di ni baj ningg emare. They come up with the weeds and are used for making houses. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo inemo [nyumo ɨnemo] n masc a tall tree where grubs grow in the rotting trunk and are collected for food, has yellow sap and a red fruit which birds eat; diwai bilong binatang; Gh: nyumo nyamo; H: nyumo indemo; So: nyumo bokoki Ex: Nyumo inemo beghi choi ir pawo. We remove grubs from the enemo tree. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo injam [nyumo ɨnjam] n masc a tall tree that flowers and has seeds that cassowaries like to eat; Gh: nyumo juwam; H: nyumo cham (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo jabri n fem a tree with soft wood that grows after a garden has been made; wanpela kain diwai i kamap long gaden Ex: Wapi ni jabri yi uri riq ye. The birds eat the ripe fruit of the jabri tree. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo jabu n fem a large white-trunked tree with buttress roots. Ex: Ni muange gre mand segi, bi mas ir mati. Its branches are not strong but come loose and fall down. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo jibere n masc a tree with hard wood used for making the frame of a house; wanpela kain diwai bilong wokim house; Gh: dibere; H: nyumo hibiji; So: injayi maqri Ex: Nyumo jibere beghi baj kutaw ningg epare. We cut down this tree to make the rafters of a house. see also: jibere. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo jig [nyumo jɨg] n fem a tree with red inner bark which grows in the sword grass and in old gardens Ex: Nyumo jig te baj mare. They build houses with the jig tree. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo krongu n fem a tree whose bark is dark on the outside and red on the inside; Gh: nyumo tupra Ex: Beghi chongo puaq bidiq, wuye pe dang bidiq di umo riti. We remove the bark, we pound it in the water and the fish die (and we get them to eat). (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo kuamu n masc a tree found in the sago swamp; wanpela diwai i kamap long tais saksak; So: nyumo odumo Ex: Nyumo kuamu siquari kin. The kuamu tree is full of ants. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo kuim n masc a tree which grows in the swordgrass Ex: Nyumo kuim ni kis gub kin, ni yi kuse ye. This tree has seeds and fruit. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo kuop n neut a tree with red bark and a small inedible fruit; Gh: nyumo kuop Ex: Ni chongo bir mawo ni yi wabe rise, ni quem kin. They remove the bark, the white seeds are inside. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo mang

nyumo mang [nyumo mangg] n masc a tall hardwood tree used for housebuilding; wanpela kain diwai i longpela tru; Gh: nyumo mangu [nyumo mangguh] Ex: Nyumo mang pe wari quang yembe mindiny. They make mallets to pound sago from the mang tree. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)

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nyumo manji n fem a tree with a small base, red bark, red flowers, hairy leaves and short branches Ex: Nyumo manji beghi chongo puaq bad bojrang taq bab. We remove the bark of this tree and use it for tying on the pandanus cross pieces for the roof. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
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nyumo mego

nyumo mego n tree with burnable sap (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree, 1.5.5 - Parts of a plant.)

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