West Kewa - English


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aako pene aa(aako yabe aa) thin man. ajp. go aare nipuna perani ugia aako pene aa this man has his ribs showing and is thin syn: uni agoloma ti aa .
aako rekelepapiece of tree bark used for a belt. ajp.
aako rekepeneaako rekelepa Sstripped off bark. ajp. syn: ubi .
aako yabe aa aako pene aa
aakoaWESvictory leaf variety. n. gen: aapu .
aa-kobathe ankle joint. NounC. syn: aa-omo .
aako-keto(keto) a variety of the keto snake. n.
aako-ketosnake variety. NounC. gen: paaka ; syn: keto .
aako-letea belt. NounC.
aakolo pa(aakeane pa) why. adv. go pupitagi madaa aakolo pa? why did he involve himself in this kind of trouble? niri aakolo ratu yawe? why are you angry with me?
aakonespoiled, as referring to children. adj. aakone i aa a proud man aakone maae nogo naaki favored children, not corrected syn: kone pogati .
aakone i aaproud person. ajp. syn: rope pi kone .
aakope ne aafrail, sickly man. ajp.
aako-pulacane belt. NounC.
aako-rukastripped off bark. NounC.
aakutarain (Pandanus language). ie.
aalaakuEshoes. n. syn: aa-riti .
aalatogether with. adv.
aala(pada ia) n. 1space, room. apo ropaare aalape paenaga aake palua pae what shall I do with this armband that is so big [spacious] ; go naakisina agaare alaa aya that baby boy has space between his teetth 2open. agaa aala open mouth aala ada small open spirit house
aaladikaaladi ESbird variety with black, prized plumage. n. gen: yaa .
aalalosmall vine on trees. n.
aalamukuni Sgeneric term for edible fruit of wild sugarcane. n. spec: ipayapa, palali, paaka, pepo, aalamu-pepo, aalamu-paaka . Saccharum spontaneum
aalamu-paakathe edible fruit of the wild sugarcane called akena which is very firm and sweet. n. gen: aalamu .
aalamu-pepoa variety of edible wild sugarcane whose stalk has much fuzz. n. gen: aalamu .
aalegaaalenga Slichen. n.