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egamain term for fern. n. spec: rete, poto-alalo, roro, apili, kapipi 2, amai, arolo, awa-ega, awa, ega-rapa-rapa, ena-ega, epari 2, kapapi-eke, male-male, nipu 1, pore-rea, raa, raa-ega, ramitu, ramitu-kapipi, rapa-rapa, tewa ; syn: kega ; syn: kega . Filicopsida
egaenehardwood tree variety with red medium sized fruit. n. gen: repena ; syn: loae .
ega-kaapuarat variety that lives in dry pandanus leaves. n. gen: onasa ; syn: sugi-pipi .
egalaaWEa comb. n. syn: egaapita-eperaa ; syn: kapitya .
egalithe little finger (pinkie). n. syn: engaina .
egaluhead scratcher. n. go ia pe kenagemere egalu waritalo go saapida I'll make a headscrtcher from that bamboo so leave it there syn: niripiri .
ega-pagalebrownish-red cassowary variety; or any which is dark from the quill area upwards. n. gen: yaa-mataa .
ega-pitaaan edible variety of fern. [Pteridophyte var]. n.
egapitaa lamawig pin, can be a piece of comb, wood, or bamboo. n. syn: lama .
egapitaa needle. n. syn: noai 1 ; syn: noae 2 .
ega-rapa-rapaan edible variety of fern. [Pteridophyte var]. n. gen: ega .
egasarat variety. n. Egasa go supara paboa pirala. The egasa burrows into the ground and lives there. gen: onasa .
Egasi gispell talk when setting a trap. vp. syn: Arepe gi .
egataaengali S1one in the body part counting system. cardnum. syn: kegali 1 . 2little finger. n.
egata padane
egata-rape-rapeedible fern variety. n.
ege oge
egelekengele Swoven cane blind. n. ada egeleme piri ora epeta houses are made from woven blinds are good gore egele ini lobere ni page marea I too don't know how those holes got in the blind (cane for a wall) syn: kabe-lapaa .
egele adahouse made of cane. np. syn: kabe-ada .
ege-nanarat variety that lives near red clay soil. n. gen: onasa .
egetaa small weed found in garden areas; looks like a little tree, covered with fuzz. n. gen: ripu ; syn: kibita ; syn: remona-kibita 1 .
egeyaEcall for a pig. v.
eipaSsalt, from Wabag area. n. syn: aipa .
ekali-yame engali-ame
ekamuekaamu Smarsupial variety that's very large with brown fur, that makes its home in the strong yakipu vine. n. gen: yapa .