West Kewa - English


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eweareddish. adj. syn: kaane ; syn: kaata .
ewo ta1a reflection, glare. v. syn: lepo-lepo atae ; syn: podo podo ne ; syn: kalo tea ; syn: wasupa ri . 2red, shining. vp.
eya1to yell, yodel, or make a lot of noise by yelling. v. niri go supara meda napia pare nina pa eya mea epawa I wasn't in another place and I just came yodelling. go aa nere agaa epeda natega eyae paaya hey, you didn't talk well but just yelled nere sogo raapara eyae e sogo Wagalupara eyawa you yelled out in the bush and I answered at Wagalu 2something special. n.
eyaadj. 1crazy. syn: maeya . 2unusual. mena apaa repena ega-para iritmi rabu eya paya when pig's fat is cooked it melts (takes an unusual form)
eyan. 1hardwood. 2strength.
eyakeya EStree variety used in all houses, strong, thought to give courage and strength. n. syn: karape .
eya kepane ia ame payo mama rudupu
eya-lopenamushroom type. NounC. gen: yasa .
eya-madetree variety. NounC. gen: repena .
eyaroamushroom variety. n. gen: yasa ; syn: yabala .
eyo rubeascatter ; spread. [as grease in skillet]. vp.