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nyumo sunguari [sungguari] n masc a small tree with edible leaves and a small inedible fruit; liklik kumu mosong diwai; Gh: nyumo tunguari [tungguari] Ex: Nyumo sunguari ni yi kotu kin pugri pudi wokuandi di pe segi. The fruit of the sunguari tree is like kotu but it is small and we don't eat it. see also: sunguaribuany. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
gi mo [gi mo] vt to pull away in order to break it; pulim i kam daun brukim Ex: Buany gi mo. They pulled the sugar cane away to break it.
nisiny, nisiq, nisinj, nisiri see also: gure nawo, misinj. ; Gh: nitiny; H: nihiny, nihiq, nihinj, nihiri; So: gure nawo vt 1he bends or crosses something; brukim Ex: Nyinge kisiri. I bend my legs. 2he crosses a stream; brukim wara Ex: Wuye pisiny. We cross the river. 3he breaks something by bending it; brukim Ex: Ni buany nisinj nge puayi negh. He broke his sugar cane and gave half to me.
tumo wo₂ adj some, a few, a little bit; sampela, liklik; Gh: dumo wo; H: tumo wo Ex: Buany tumo wo kuaq wughe. I put in a little bit of sugar.