wataawa to fix poles upright. v.
wata₂ to show or point out. v.
watawa to support a corpse. n.
waya wire. n. waya paaki a coil of wire
waya-balusi wire airplane. NounC.
waya-riri a variety of lichen. n.
we pea₁ bright reddish. [considered to be color of white man's skin by some]. ajp.
we pea₂ S red color. ajp.
weaa to shove a pole through something to be carried. v.
wea WE v. 1to send a person or thing. ni nawaru weape Don't push me 2thrust.
wea wea ta cry of a hawk. ajp.
weaonya E to lower someone by hand. v.
weau-kili tree variety. NounC.
welema la to blow a flute or conch shell. v.
wemaa small panpipes made from pitpit, tied in a cluster, usually associated with calling a spirit. n. wenaa laa play the panpipes
wena-ali E people. NounC.
wena napiri ali a widower, bachelor. ajp.