West Kewa - English


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wane-mawanema Sbanana variety. NounC. gen: aai .
wanosoftwood tree variety with white bark, small bead-sized yellow fruit, tough bark used for fastening things. n. gen: repena .
wano-labaa variety of softwood tree. NounC.
wapaaSfive. adj. syn: supu .
wapan. 1hand. syn: ki 1 . 2tail of possum.
wapaWEmarsupial variety, said to be able to fly. n. go yapa wapa nipuna aapuri irikai aapu nona pea the tail of the wapa is like a dog gen: yapa ; syn: apuata .
wapaga-adaspirit house. NounC. gen: remo-ada .
wapagaa tree grub. n. epawe madaa piri wapagare ora rede waru pea the grubs in sago are really sweet syn: pameda ; syn: wapaga-riga ; syn: wapaga-iripati .
Wapaga Remo(Murarane) spirit associated with deafness problems. nprop.
wapaga-iripativariety of tree grub. NounC. Go matare ogesi pare mo wapaga agiri ora epe ta. This grasshopper is small but it is the best mother of the wapaga gen: bolo puna itinu ; syn: mata ; syn: wapaga .
wapaga-iripatithe common grubworm when it is at a stage with a lot of hair on it, hence the name. NounC.
wapaga-rigaedible, dark colored grubworm variety. NounC. gen: kolawi ; syn: wapaga .
wapa-lepomarks or designs on something. NounC.
wape ridi
wape lepo peav. 1to reflect, shine, as a bird with bright distinguishing colors . 2patterns. Lapalapa wape lepo pi I have patterned (or decorated) clothes
wape peadecorations for a dance such as paint. ajp. paipa negolo wape pa the markings of a shield
wape wape surbeato skillfully care for. ajp.
wapea lakepea
wape-rurufrog variety. NounC. gen: uri .
wapesa kepesa, paneaa
wapinatural mounds of earth. n.
wapiaake(wabiaake) the swishing motion of the tail of an animal. adj.
wapiake piato wag tail, as a dog. v.
wapi-asa(lubi) moss variety found in the forest or near gardens. NounC. syn: lubi .
wapi-masaapandanus variety. NounC. gen: aga .