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sange [sangge] part beside; long sait bilong samting; Gh: iyapre, tiange; H: hange Ex: Wuny rand sange pe yenu. The garden is on the side of a mountain. Ex: Unyumo wuge nab sange pe opu mawo kughe. They put the crossed sticks beside the sago bark. see also: mit, qunambe.
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wand sange nand [sangge] vi he disobeys, disregards; em i sakim tok; Gh: wand tiange nand [tiannge]; H: wand hange nand, wopu nand Ex: Wand sange gidig. I disobey him. I disregard what he says.
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mit [mɨt] part by the side of the house; long sait bilong haus; Gh: iyapre; H: qunduambe; So: imit [ɨmit] Ex: Mit dabo te ghawo kuse. Put it by the side of the house. see also: qunambe, sange.
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qunambe part side; sait; Gh: iyapre; H: unduambe Ex: Wuny rand qunambe vise. The garden is on the side of a mountain. see also: mit, sange.
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unyumo n crossed sticks Ex: Beghi yabe quayi kiyi mas, wuge e mare, yamb mi righe, bir mawo kuse, unyumo mawo kughe. Before when our elders lived, when they felled sago to make pig traps, they split the sago and put the crossed sticks. Ex: Unyumo wuge nab sange pe opu mawo kughe. They put the crossed sticks beside the sago bark.
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wapi putwi n masc the Great Cuckoo-Dove, a bird with a grey and white head and breast, very long brown tail and greenish wing tips (PL16#4); Gh: wapi baurig; H: wapi minewang [minewangg] Ex: Wapi putwi ni rar sange ambo ruwo. This Cuckoo-Dove has red around the eyes. Reinwardtoena reinwardtii (sem. domains: 1.6.1.2 - Bird.)
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wapi urubu n fem the Black-backed Butcherbird (PL55#6); So: wapi arqowu Ex: Wapi urubu ni rand sange pe ris di Tring pe kambe tene rindi. This bird lives on the side of mountains and has just come recently to Tring. Cracticus mentalis (sem. domains: 1.6.1.2 - Bird.)
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wapi wokngowi n masc a medium-sized brown bird, some with patterns on back and chest, possibly a Bush-hen; Gh: wapi wonyewi; H: wapi wokngowi, wonyeqi Ex: Ni tan sange pe yenu. They live on the edge of the fields. (sem. domains: 1.6.1.2 - Bird.)
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wuri namb [wurɨ] vi decayed, deteriorated, dilapitated; olpela Ex: Baj wuri namb bu sange no pu nase. The house was dilapitated so it leaned to the side.
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