West Kewa - English


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aalu-kelepokelepo ESlarge wig often worn at dances. NounC. abiare nina aalu kelepo adaa aya now I have a large wig mali pabolalo aalu kelepo awawa I put on the wig when I wanted to go to the festival syn: iri-kelepo .
aalumamagic used on arrows to make them more effective. n. syn: yada repena yo .
aama dial. var. of amaa
aame aami
aame tape barosoccer. ajp.
aamialeme lia S(aame) with what?. adv.
aa-muduhead man, a chief or leader. NounC. syn: mudu-aa .
Aa-MuduAli-Mudu Ethe Lord. nprop.
aana-aalustone-head. ie.
aana-aapedaa cave. NounC. aana apeda ogesiparare yaa yapa oyae waru patea lots of small birds and nnimals live in caves
aana-agaaa promise. NounC. syn: rogaae agaa .
aana-arogahearth, fireplace. NounC.
aana-ayaleft over. NounC. eta medaloma ana ayaga onaa kalamina there is some food left so give it to the other people [ie the other line]
aanakana ES(kupaa) a stone. n. eta yawamina aana ira heat the stones so we can cook the food spec: yaako pi adaalu ; syn: rupi .
aana kalukalu yawepebbles. ajp.
aana oraae agaaa promise. ajp. syn: riae agaa ; syn: garulae-agaa ; syn: robo i agaa .
aana raapu i surocky ground. ajp.
aana-gologold. NounC.
aana-kalukalusmall pebbles, sand. NounC. syn: aana-kilikili .
aana-kapahandcuffs. NounC.
aana-katia type of flora. n.
aana-kepaaan altar. NounC. syn: aana-reke .
aana-kilikilipebbles, sand. NounC. syn: aana-kalukalu .
aaname pe adahouse made with stone. np.
aaname warini remoidol, spirit represented by a stone. np. syn: makira warini remo .