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bojrang [bojrangg] n fem strips of pandanus tied to the rafters used as a framework for putting the sago leaf roof; arang; Gh: bad, bojrang; H: urure, bojure
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God beghi yawo nirangu righe (Bible term ofyawo nirang righe) Bible Term God loves us
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god wandoqi kin nyamb mirang (Bible term ofwandoqi) Bible Term idolatry, to call on a false god
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God yumbui nyamb mirang kin baj (Bible term ofbaj) n fem synagogue; haus lotu
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God yumbui nyamb rirang (Bible term ofnyamb) Bible Term They worship God.
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mimrang [mimrangg] (id. ofragmo) n spider web at the top of a tarantula's hole; H: argodimo hrang; So: tuq rang
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muap yi n fem an orange seed that children play with; wel bal; H: muep yi
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ngam nawo ruso vt he arranges a marriage; putim ol long marit; Gh: nyam nuaw wuto; H: ngamri nawo ruho
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ngam nirang [ngam nɨrangg] vt he calls out to someone; em i singaut long narapela; Gh: gham nirang; H: ngam nihing Ex: Nyombui ngam niraw. He calls to the dog.
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ngirang no [ngɨrang no] vi he crawls; surik i go; Gh: grir no Ex: Wo wen yumbui segine, ni ngirangne wuso. When this child was not yet big, she crawled.
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nirang kughe vt he sprinkles something; tromoi wara long en Ex: Wuye wuraw kughe. She sprinkled water on her. wo niraw
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nyamb nirang vt to name someone; kolim nem bilong en; H: nyamb nireng Ex: Ni nyamb nirang. He gives him a name. Ex: Muq hat kiraw wughe nyamb kiraw Tultul. "Now I put the hat on you and call your name a tultul."
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oru puanji n fem a striped orange tree frog living deep in the jungle. It is inedible (cannot be eaten).; Gh: eru mbuangi [mbuanggi] Ex: Oru puanji 5:00 pugri ni wuri, "Kuach kuach kuach". The orange tree frog calls out at 5:00 (so people know it is time to go home.) (sem. domains: 1.6.1.4 - Amphibian.)
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pas nare he arranges, puts them in order; putim wantaim; Gh: bat nare; H: pahi neri; So: bais nare vi 1he arranges Ex: Yaq pas nare. He arranges sago leaves in a pile to carry back. 2he arranges designs; poromanim mak Ex: Ane ur te pas miraq. They arrange designs in making an arm band.
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poir nuaw [pori̥ nuaw] vt he strangled the animal with a loop of rope; Gh: pori nuaw, wu nuaw; H: pori nuany Ex: Munyi sare poir muaw. They killed the cuscus by tightening a loop around his neck. see also: sare poir.
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prangi part tomorrow; tomora; Gh: yamb gri
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rang ab noun sewing; samapim Ex: Beghi yabe ... weg toq mand, chaghi rang mamb, chaghie urupui bir mawo, rang mamb. Long ago they slit breadfruit, broke new coconut bast and sewed it. rang namb
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rang namb (rang) 1 vt he sews; em i samapim Ex: Chongo rang gibiq. I sew clothes. 2 vi are twisted Ex: Nyumo yit rang rimb. The tree roots are twisted together.
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srang gud [srang gud] vi it makes a sound when it starts to boil; stat long boil; Gh: trang wund; H: hirang gud Ex: Wuye namb ni srang gud. The water is hot it makes a sound.
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tit nare [tɨt nare] vt he arranges; H: hih neri Ex: Ni quayine tit mare mas. The men were seated according to their age. Ex: Nying tit pare di taq bab. We straighten the grass skirt and tie (the leaves) on.
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trang [trangg] n fem spider web; Gh: trang [tranggU]; H: hurang [hurangg]; So: tuqrang

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wapi mine [wapi mɨne] n fem a name for several kinds of fruit doves including: the Beautiful Fruit-Dove, Coroneted Fruit-Dove, Orange-bellied Fruit-Dove, and Yellow-bibbed Fruit-Dove (PL17#1,2,7,11); namba 5 balus; H: wapi yighiy [yɨghiy]; So: nyumo tu wapiPtilinopus pulchellus, solomonesis, iozonus, coronulatus (sem. domains: 1.6.1.2 - Bird.)
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wase rangi [wase ranggɨ] n masc a sliver or splinter of wood; Gh: wate uranji; H: waha gragu; So: wase toqyo see also: nyumo kirev.
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yawo nirang righe vt he feels happy about someone, loves him; em i laikim narapela God beghi yawo nirangu righe
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ase nuang vt covering boils with a certain leaf; karamapim buk wantaim lip; Gh: ate menirang wuto; H: aha nirang righe Ex: Ni bubui ase nuang ei rar sigh wumb ningg. He put the leaf on the boil so that it would come to a head. (sem. domains: 1.6.1.7 - Insect.)
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