West Kewa - English


aa


aapakusun/moon/star (Pandanus language). ie.
aa-palaaquartered section of pig. n.
aaparaWEwhere is it located. adv. syn: akepada ; syn: akepara .
aapara aanane
aaparaaapora Swhere. adv.
aapareaalena Swhat direction, where. adv.
aaparia kola
aape layell at, for correction. v. go naakimi pupitagi pamu neaga waru aape la this boy has been getting into trouble so correct him
aapedaa cave. n. aana aapenda stone cave syn: aana-suri .
aape-lopea variety of bird. n. gen: yaa .
aaperodapu ESred, edible fruit of the pandanus. n.
aape-tatype of small possum. NounC. gen: yapa .
aape-takitype of marsupial with webbed feet that lives in water. NounC.
aapi(api) who. p. aapi pea who did it aapi epaliada katoa I will give it to whoever comes
aapidikana rai Straditional type of stone axe. n. abade akuanumi go aapidimi kogono radaa pina pisimiya a long time ago it was really hard work to do things with the stone axe spec: adaa-rai, adaa-rai, kaana rai ; gen: rai-yagu ; syn: robaa-mogo ; syn: wapu ; syn: rai-yagu ; syn: yaku ; syn: kai-yamo ; syn: yoko-rai .
aapi-kepeaanimal with tail missing. NounC.
aapilia type of flora. n. gen: repena .
aapinaaapinaeya Swhose is it. adv. aapinya (E), aapinaeya (S)
aapinaeyawhose is it. adv. Go menare ona aapinaaya pae? What woman owns this pig?
aapinyaEwhose is it. adv.
aapiraSwhen. adv.
aa-pitatype of edible worm, found in pitpit. NounC. gen: pameda .
aapokaapo ESa variety of grass. n. gen: ripu .
aa-poekekenga-ali Salternative term for middle aged man. NounC.
aapola-aapolasmall, edible insect that is probably a grub of some sort. NounC. gen: pameda-riti .