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saq n thin horizontal sticks attached to supporting poles that support black palm sheath where pounded sago pulp sits
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saqdib

saqdib n seed pod (7-8 cm) from nyumo dib, used for grating ginger; wanpela frut bilong diwai see also: nyumo dib. (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree, 6.7 - Tool, 5.2.1.2 - Steps in food preparation.)

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saqme

saqme n masc the long red edible fruit (40-50 cm) which grows on the cultivated pandanus tree, the tree has spines on the leaves and trunk and is called by the same name as the fruit; marita; Gh: tame; H: haqme; So: wuraing Ex: Ni saqme ri naghe. They cook the pandanus fruit. (sem. domains: 1.5.1.1 - Palm Tree, 5.2.3.1.2 - Food from fruit.)

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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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kombu nuany, nuany vt he rubs something on them, he mixes them; rabim; H: nuany Ex: Kukamba sol kombu puany. We rub salt on the cucumber. Ex: Minye kuache bade kin sol kombu puany. We rub salt on greens before wrapping them in leaves to steam. Ex: Saqme minye kombu ruany. They mix greens with pandanus fruit.
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tigagi nand [tigagɨ nand] vi he grates ginger or yellow root; skirapim samting; H: higagi nand [hɨgagi nand] Ex: Wute yengiye saqdib pe tigagi rind ye. They grate ginger on a seedpod.
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