tiwarakua cassowary tail used in certain dances, usually by visiting strangers. n.
to WES (to-yogane) n. 1the body of a person. Nipuna tore ipa yabaaria His body is shriveled up 2the trunk of a tree.
to kadipi aa halfcast, offspring of European and native. ajp.
to madaa pati iri body hair. np.
to pora pora ringworm. np.
to robea to be pregnant. ajp.
to wanini aa proud. [ie pleased with his own body]. np. agaa adaapu teapulu nipu ora to wanini aa because he speaks a lot he is a proud man
toae toae ta (leru leru la; mumu la; sese ta; koa koa ko ta; tete ta; bua bua ta) the cry of parrots as they fly. ajp.
tolo tolo ta the sound of wild cane crackling as it burns. ajp.
Tomas the apostle Thomas. nprop.
tomato the common inroduced tomato. [Lucopersicon esculentum]. n.
tonini all over the body. ajp.
toto pea (emelalu pea) v. 1to be dizzy. niri toto pua yaina omalo I am dizzy so I'm sick inipara toto mapaasa appear weak from not eating 2to be drunk.
toto ta (tele tele ta; tole tole) the noise of something approaching. v.
tu lopaa to kill and dispose of. vp.