waipi discourse, talk, noise. n.
waipi pogota E yelling and jumping. vp.
wairi (kepo₂) a fence erected in fighting. n.
waita waitya E n. 1large tree lizard. 2crocodile.
waitya E bird variety. n.
waka-amaa work-clearing. NounC.
waka₁ taboo name for pig in Ribu ceremony. ie.
wakatya E to reinforce so as not to fall down. v.
wake kamaya aa the man who sets the date for future dances. [ie the one who announces the date of ]. ajp.
wakia₁ v. 1to hold axe in dance position. 2to threaten by waving an axe.
wakia yona dew drops on growing things. [interpreted as where the spirits spit]. np.
wakiama rogaa to coil something up. [as an eel when about to cook it]. vp.