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yaageneric word for bird. n. pt: ipula-iri, ikidi, ini-kabo, ini-pu, ipula ; spec: ramani, aluba, kulu-mudu, loke, bele-sake, mamu, adaa-olasuba, adu, agula ipudu pebaro, agula-rete, aladi, alepa-alepa, amari, ame-ame, ape-lope, aro-aro, awa-rola, aroka-aroka, bara, epesa-epesa, gikaa, imu-ria, ipi-alawaina, ita-riti, pato, itu, ipipi 1, ipirisi, kalari, kalepa, kapae, kapu-miru, kagu-rete, koleba-rero, kisa-kisa, kotapu, lepera, maa-apaa, maasa-adu, maaipu, maku-nana, mapame, masaa, melepa-ramani, modo-maapuasi, muma, olasuba, kau, ota, papola, peawisi, pebaro, pina-pina, podo, poka-sawea, pubu, pupusi, puti-olasuba, rodo-pi, rai-apula, ribu-asubaa, remo-yaasi, ridita, roaape, roba-kema, robo-si, rete, roge-ta, ruma-naaki, sapi-nala, silo, sipilia, sule-pera, suma-ipu, supita, te-tole, te, ugaga, ulu yaako, ulu-mu, uta, uta-be, wabi, watane, yagi-rete, yaako, yamamu, yamu, yamu-kobene, yanayaga-pobere, yata-pebaro, yatupa, nadi, sekewe, muma-karubi, sikita, kiliwapili, lea-lea, bolota, walawe, wili-edo, yana-yaga, pebe-takua, eke, aai-rade, aaladi, aape-lope, adaa-olasuba, adu-dula, adu-kearu, adu-dula, adu-kearu, aga-tete 2, arewake, aroaki, asakari, basua, be, beteagimi, bula-bula, ewa-ramani, olaya-biri, atupa, emogo, ita, itayama, itu-ruma, kaapu-miru, kakora, kalaari, kaluga 1, kaluga 2, kalunga, kaola, kau-agora, kausi, kauwala, kearu, kibu-salu, kilira, kipu-rudu, kokolo, koloba-rero, lolo, lubi-ridi, maata, magani, magata, magatya, malipu, masa, mataa, marubaa, modo-mapua, napuma-koa, obeke, ope-lope, etaali, gukaka, kaima, mu, otaa, otaa-li, pade, padeto, padota, pai-rekepeala, pale, pale-pau, pata-puti, podoro, poge, pororo, puluma, ramane, ribu-aya, robaa-kema, roda-pi, rodo-yoa, ruma, rumina, samane, sau 1, saua-agora, sipi, subura, tulu, u-goro, u-keme, ulu-yaako, weso, yaa-kuta, yaa-u, yaa-kuta, yamumu, yawi, waia, waa, walape, pobo, pano, mumu, kamari, mayowa, bula, kaile, walo, ninedo, warawe, eme, pakua ; syn: ropa .
yaaisweet potato variety. n. wh: sapi .
yaaisweet potato variety. n. gen: sapi .
yakorasweet potato variety . n. wh: sapi .
yalipusweet potato variety . n. wh: sapi .
yolasweet potato variety. n. wh: sapi .
modo sapi
saapi dial. var. of sapi
-dedefinitive asp. aa meda piraliademere naa ame the man who will be there is my brother nenade sabaaride sapiri nimu meame they took all of the sweet potato that you had put there for me
awaWESmother's brother. n. nina awame epope ladaa pulu I am going because my uncle said to come no maapupara sapi awa get some sweet potato from the garden ini awa spear the eye saapara awabato I stood the shovel up
awaaawa S(rasa; odekea) v. 1to dig. no maapupara sapi awa dig some sweet potato from the garden syn: rasa 1 ; syn: odekea . 2remove. gore eta awo rua rumaape spoon out and portion the food 3to stab.
diparaenough. adv. Niri abiare dipara It is OK with me apo yawape sapiri mada ia pae? E, dipara ia. Is there enough cooked sweet potato? Yes, there is enough syn: mada 1 .
ketepeato scrape or pare as sweet potato. v. aana aba reaga sapi abi ketepea the stones are hot so scrape the sweet potato syn: ponea .
kitu kaatu takitu katu ta Emaking a chewing noise. v. mename sapi kagaa nala rabu kitu kaatu ta when a pig eats raw sweet potato it burps syn: polopolo ta .
kodeaWEbreak off, pull out, as a tooth. v. sapi meda kodea gi break off a piece of sweet potato for me
kusaWES(yawa) v. 1to cook in ashes. nena sapi kusiri apo amu pa piradega pua mea naa your kaukau is cooked so go and eat it eta kusano mogo repena mea iraa I want to cooked food and you must get firewoo, bring it and cook (the food) syn: perepa ; syn: pakumapa . 2to stick into the mud of a swamp, as grass skirts for dyeing. go urare no paupara kusaluame pi I want to put this grass skirt in the swamp
lapatongs. n. sapi lusape lapa ota the tongs for removing the sweet potato are bad
lusaludea Sto remove, tear apart. v. sapi aba reaga lusa since the sweet potato is cooked, take it out ogere lusa uncover the earth oven po ripumi ada yagi lusaa the wind removed the house kunai go repena naapuri po ripumi malusaria the wind caused the casuarina tree to fall over ant: yawa 1 ; syn: odekea ; syn: lodea 1 ; syn: yoka 1 ; syn: rasa 1 ; syn: puguna .
madu palaecarried together. vp. Sapi maa luabu nupara madu palae ia. All the taro and sweet potato are in the netbag.
ope-papu(ope-paapu) bicycle. NounC. ope papuna kimi sapimi yae handlebars of a bicycle syn: wiliwili .
rakiv. 1to hit down in a containter, as bamboo. 2spit and rub hands. sapi raki to spit and rub hands together
ralato be cooking, as sweet potatoes in ashes. v. sapi ralaa nalua I will eat the sweet potatoes which are ready
tagapere Efirebox ashes. n. sapi kusape taga waru ia there are good (hot) ashes for cooking the sweet potato repena egaa irini taga ashes to cook in syn: mumuda ; syn: perere .
yagav. 1to dry, as leaves over a fire. reae peaga sapi yaga since (we are) hungry cook the sweet potato 2to place in the hot coals. saapi yagaaya he is cooking sweet potato for someone saapi yagea he has cooked his own sweet potato