West Kewa - English


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sapi-ripua general term used for weeds and grasses which grow on sweet potato mounds. NounC.
sapi-subinipreviously cooked sweet potato. NounC.
saputaboo alternate term for road. n. syn: pora 1 .
sapula(kobo-marae; kibu-apaa) type of arrow made from the bone of a man. n.
sapu-sapu-maaa type of tree with an edible fruit. NounC. gen: repena .
sararaSaturday. n.
sarara padanea reference point in a unit of 7 days. ajp.
sarara padane pa pu sua meda mone memepayday or fortnight; specific to context of working, process by which people pool their income, and each fortnight one person gets all the money.. ajp.
sarara padane pa pusua meda mone meapayday or fortnight; specific to context of working, process by which people pool their income, and each fortnight one person gets all the money.. ajp.
sarepegrass knife. n.
sarepora-tarakeroad grader. NounC.
sasani ada tesini-ada
Satane(Satani) the devil. nprop.
Satani Satane
saun. 1although not found in the area, the bills are traded and used for decoration. gen: yaa ; syn: kau-agora ; syn: saua-agora . 2hornbill beak.
saua-agorathe hornbill. n. gen: yaa ; syn: kau-agora ; syn: beteagimi ; syn: sau 1 .
sauwaErat variety. n.
sawarea marsupial. n. gen: yapa .
saweaEsugar cane variety. n.
sawiatree variety. n. gen: repena .
sayalea wild pig. n. gen: mena .
se latabaasi latyabaa Eescaping air or juice from anything. ajp. syn: si lalupa .
se peato lift out. v.
se tathe noise of air being released. [as when burning green cane or bursting a balloon]. ajp. se latabaa it gushed out of it
seagustone axe variety. n. syn: ake .