igilisi English. n. balina igilisi agaa the expat's language
igipa adj. 1contagious, as in an epidemic. abia yaina igipa waru omeme there are many people sick now go yainare ora igipa adaa omema the sickeness has spread and we are very sick 2covered over, as water flooding over something. 3plentiful harvest of mushrooms, pandanus, etc..
igipi igipi ta to have loose skin. vp. ygane igipi igipi ta the skin is loose (flabby)
igi-yaina runny nose, allergy. NounC.
igu n. 1pointed part of something. maa igu part of taro left after the top is cut off mogo rai gaapi igu ora roketa the point of that axe is really strong 2blunt end of an axe.
i-kaapu dry feces. NounC.
ikari an older term for trousers. n. mopo naanina ikari apo riripitabade that boys trousers have split apart
imaa₁ n. 1tusk, even a big pig. 2horn of animal. 3teeth, idiom for bragging, strength. Men will wear a pig's tusk in the septum of their nose, denoting strength.. Go menana imaa ora adaape. That pig's tusks are really large.
imaa₂ the anus. n. mopo nogosina imaa madaa page upi pia that little girl has boil on her rear end nopo aare ikari nayameapulu nipuna imaa adalepa because that man hasn't pulled up his trousers, look at his rear end
imaa kope rita broken off teeth. ajp.