West Kewa - English


aa


aa-puinstep. n.
aapuWESa tail. n. aapu ade ade pia the tail goes in different directions pt: ena-aapu ; syn: ipula-iri ; syn: ramu .
aapuWEtaboo place around a spirit house. n. mena aapu a pig's tail Ribu aapu place of Ribu
aa-puinstep. NounC.
aapuWScordyline leaf, victory leaf. n. pt: aga-papano ; spec: abaname, aga-popano, asala, baako, beamu, kala-kawa, kiyapi, karubi, melepa-abanome, modaa, nu-piti, pora, ramu, uruba-masatala, yakora, otaa-kula 1, aakoa, aapu-karubi, aga-popano, aimu, asalaa, diwaa, kaina-sorobe, kala-kawa, nekea royo, potawe, ramu-kale, ramu-mabu, saka-laina, sorobe, uruba-masatala, warakua, yane . Cordyline sp.
aapu sapiliEhold on to your tail leaves. ie.
aapu-atamarsupial variety. n. gen: yapa ; gen: yapa .
aapudakaaputa Sdried out or hardened, from *kaapu-da. adj. go etare ora aapuda ta this food is dried out
aapu-galiatail that is crooked . NounC.
aapu-karubia variety of victory leaf. n. gen: aapu .
aapu-karubiramu-karubi Eparticular victory leaf associated with dance by men from Mendi who first entered the area. NounC.
aapu-kepeatail cut off. NounC.
aapulu pone aa yaina pi pu aa
aapu-wabacrooked tail. NounC.
aapu-wabepana Sfront of apron made of pig tails. NounC. syn: mena aapu konaapu .
aaraa(pe) bamboo when in seed. n.
aaraa (dial. var. araa) apaa
aaraaluWESsmall family unit. adj.
aaraa-nia variety of edible greens. NounC. gen: raani ; syn: aki-raara, usi .
aaran. 1type of edible pitpit. gen: padi . 2skin of edible pitpit.
aa-rabuade-pele S(arabu) when, what time. adv.
aare pato cut open, operate. v.
aa-repaaali-repaa Egroup of men. NounC.
aarepato cut open or operate, e.g., when an arrow or stick is stuck in a person. v. nina up aarepa open up my boil syn: nabi pa .
aaretoarmpit. n.