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aa-galo1ankle. NounC. su adaalupara puawarupa nina aa galo radaa waru pia my ankle pains as if I had gone on a long walk syn: aa-kebo . 2heel. n.
aageEleg/foot in Kware River dialect. n.
aagege-aayoung man. NounC. syn: made-aakena ; syn: aa-bauni .
aaikai ESgeneric term for banana. n. aai pore a ripe banana aai naporea an unripe banana aai kara hand of bananas spec: aai-amu, aai-ala, adalo, ala, amu, ebo-adaalua, ebo rudua, kaai, kibame, koa, koare-oda, kodo, kusade, madi, malae, mata-rakua, mata-rakua, obo, oda, gusede, pakipi, para-lone, rakua, rakua-pema, ramagi, rarane-epele, robene, rokoma, ropona, taga, tibame, ugi, walako, wane-ma, ragua, sukai, waiako, kode, merene, pema .
aai-alaa variety of wild banana. n. gen: aai .
aai-amua variety of banana. NounC. gen: aai .
aai-ebobanana peelings. NounC. syn: aai-ro .
aai-karakai-lara Ea hand of bananas. NounC. syn: ; syn: .
aaimured colored leaves. n. gen: yo .
aai-paliali-pali Emarried man. NounC.
aai-peagobanana shoots. NounC.
aai-peraaladder used to tie up banana 'trees?'. NounC.
aai-poreinsect variety that lives in bananas, carries young with it, and gets in people's ears. n. gen: pameda-riti .
aai-radebird variety. NounC. gen: yaa .
aai-rakitafibers of the banana leaf or stem. NounC.
aai-robanana skin. NounC. aai ro madaa aa ragalapu tabea he slipped on the banana skin syn: aai-ebo .
aaiyo-nabotaboo term for banana. ie.
aakabark cloth. n.
aa-kaipiali-kaipi Ea desired man. NounC.
aakanestone. ie.
aakewhat. adj. apoparare aake pi pae? what did you do over there? neme go yae madaare aake pali? what will you do about this? aake ya? what is it? syn: aake yapae .
aakehis foot (Pandanus language). ie.
aake adaSfeet house. n. syn: aa-riti .
aake pawhy. adv. aake pada kalae why did you give it to him
aake peadaawhy, for what purpose. adv. apo naakiri aake peadaa tae why did you hit that boy