raki₃ WE (wabi₁) edible caterpillar. n.
rakia₂ love weed. n. ona rakia witchcraft
rakia-iri plentiful hair. NounC.
rakia-na edible bean. NounC.
rakiana pita magic used by or for women involving the root of the rakia plant. np.
rakiru any object such as leaves or bark mixed with pork to be eaten as a cure. n.
rako ponoa to fasten the gable of a house using the leaves of wild pandana called rako. vp.
rako-supi (rako-sope) the light frothy mass formed on water as a result of agitation. NounC.
rako-yapara a rainshield usually made from pandanus leaves. NounC.
raku₂ E as one's skin. adj.
raku pa broken, split open. vp. Gore eta medaloma raku pape paliare ni yalape If some of the food spills out, yell for me
rakua-ada₁ 1large open-ended meeting house used in WK during festivals to house strangers. NounC. rakua ada pigi the center pole in the rakua house 2an insult. n.
rakua-ada₂ guest house. NounC.