West Kewa - English


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seakolipraying mantis. n. gen: bolo puna itinu .
sebeinside of lips. n.
sebea(loba) to open wide. v.
sege tato be wet. v.
segeme yaegrease, fat. ajp. syn: ami .
seka-alua bird arrow made from kabe. NounC.
sekasweet potato variety, long white tuber with abundant leaves. n. wh: sapi .
sekeany small type of box-like container. n.
seke ne maapua very good garden, wet and fertile. ajp.
seke ta reke ta
sekelaate-meataboo name for water in Ribu ceremony. NounC.
sekererekere E(sekere) pearl shell. n. go sekere ribu aana yade that pearl shell belongs to an important man syn: omaku .
sekere sekere
sekere ada poato display pearl shells. ajp.
sekere lome ade epayasmall kina shell worn around the neck. ajp.
sekere mano ubibark of mano tree for covering shells. ajp. syn: sekere-ubi .
sekere nu robemelarge display of unwrapped pearl shells, displayed communally but individually owned; . ajp.
sekere-aareparts of pearl shell which are used as neck and ear ornaments. NounC.
sekere-kibitapearl shell-watercress. NounC.
sekere-poraWStrade route. NounC.
sekere-porea smaller or less-desired type of pearl shell. NounC.
sekere-ubidecorative bark used to cover and protect pearl shells. NounC. syn: konaape-abu ; syn: rakia-ada ; syn: aga-pana ; syn: sekere mano ubi .
sekere-unipearl shell bone. NounC. syn: yaba sekere .
sekere-waia heavy pearl shell. NounC.
sekere-yaalothe decorative band used to hang up and display pearl shells. NounC. syn: moma-yaalo .