West Kewa - English


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ogesia little bit. ie. Gore ora uni agolomati ogesi That is really just a little bit
ogeyakogeya Eto beg, ask. v. ogeyo pia to go on begging syn: rome la ; syn: agaa mea .
ogeyakongeya Sto ask ; beg. v.
ogo-pusacover over the earth oven. NounC.
okathe under part of the pearl shell. n. syn: robaa 3 .
okadaEchicken. n. syn: kula .
okakaa(okakaa) frog variety. n. gen: uri .
okakaa okakaa
oko peato peel skin, usually from face due to rash, etc.. v. syn: moropea 1 .
okokaavery large frog; inedible; frothy mouth. n. gen: uri .
okopuraEmumu covering. n. syn: okopusa .
okopusaEmumu covering. n. syn: okopura .
olaayoung frogs. n. gen: uri .
olakola Emourning beads. n. ola rupeme they string beads syn: maraata .
ola pa(olopa) to put on mourning beads. v.
ola yaaimourning skirt. n.
ola yapara apubeads and things collected for mourning. ajp.
olakelower torso. n.
olama-kanetree variety. [Euphoribaceae, Macaranga variety]. NounC.
olariasmall possum variety that nests in pandanus trees. n. gen: yapa .
olasubangu/ olosuba Sowl with squarish face; lives in holes in trees. n. go yaa olasuba nipu paapara u patua ribaa pamuaya the owl sleeps during the day and flies around at night gen: yaa ; syn: kau ; syn: kulu-mudu .
olaya-biribird variety. NounC. gen: yaa .
olele amege pi winyaa diligent woman worker. ajp.
Oli Sipiriti Holi Spirit
olokolo EStree variety whose bark is used for making pig rope and umbrellas. n. gen: repena ; syn: momai .