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aaheemaivgo into water7.2.4Travel
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abusp. var.aabutransomabucfoabuhababudiovgo across, go out, swim acrossAbui omahoroi-ka irooꞌu tuiai gaꞌe hiꞌai-da, auo geemai aiha peibua.When I came to the middle of the river, a very big snake appeared.Mereei ioriꞌoi-da boroi gaboi-da ai-pabu, ka ruu aaꞌo boroi eida pabu, gaboi ipi-da.While the child was playing the ball went out onto the path, and he went out onto the path to get that ball.7.2.4Travel
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ahiaunspec. var.ahiotransemahiafreqahiutipliahiaselfirahiavt1cut one thing down, cut one thing off, cut one thing open Duoduoi moo-ro piridiai dui eꞌeboi-ka, irahiai-ka.In the morning I went up, and chopped the sago palm down.Roo umoi-da ma-opai du giꞌepu-ha ma-ahiai.You cut down the shoot of a sago palm.Kiauka pitoi uromati-da emagauriai-ka, aiha podau magore ahiai.When that happened, the cuscus jumped off his bed, and went to cut some bamboo.Ruu-ro patu gaaꞌu dubai ahiai, ka itai.She cut down a bunch of patu-ga'u banana bananas and cooked them.6.1Work2traverse, go throughEhei ahiai-ka, Imi Veraibari hapuo tamai ohuꞌo didiꞌoi-ka.I came through the passage, and came out at the Imi River end of the passage.7.2.4Travel
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ahiꞌiiaivdepart, leave, paddle offRimo aiha piroroumo peei-da, ka ahiꞌiiai-ka.We got into the canoe and paddled off.7.2.4Travel
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araimaifreqaraimutimanyiraimaivreturnKa ata himioi-da piremeheaido Kikori rimoi-ti araimai-doiri goꞌotoi eito.And one day we left Kikori to return to the village.Oropoiꞌoi kiauka rii-ti goꞌotoi eito ruato araimai-ka.Finally they both go back to the village.Himio atai-da Baimuru ato iridiri-da, piraraimaimo amiꞌai rautu goꞌotoi eito.One day I was returning home from Baimuru with my mates by outboard motor.7.2.4Travel
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ariovarriveMooi-ti irodaido arioidoi-ka, raarai imidiaitutidoi-ka.The two of us went down and once we had arrived there, we took the things out of the canoe.Mooi-tiro pirodaido du hua giroi aiha pirarioido.We walked off twardso the sago camp and eventually we arrived.Ka adimoi pirarioido Kikori ato.Then in the afternoon we arrived at Kikori.7.2.4Travel
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ateai1vapproachAaꞌo meree-keehi horai-ro iemeꞌai-ri, aaꞌo ruꞌai ha pateai ioroi-ri.The boy felt so tired that he grabbed hold of that tree to climb it.7.2.4Travel
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auꞌocfarahieiarahioiauꞌoirieadjthere, a place which is far away and cannot be seenMoo iraromo auꞌo hiꞌa tauo rodau makaido, abeata.I think that we have already gone a long way, my friend.Ruu-ro moo oduꞌai-ka, "Ara matiꞌaipo meha. Moo auꞌoi hapuoi eito rodou."He told me, "Clear this side. I'll poke from the far side."7.2.4Travel
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eredeꞌaivappearAba epu umui eredeꞌai-ka, mapo hetei rautu.Daddy's first dog appeared, tail wagging.7.2.4Travel
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ereheꞌeaivar.ereheꞌaifromeheꞌeaivturn oneself aroundKaida ereheꞌeai-ka, ramuꞌui rahiai imamia, ka ototoi imomahoro.Next he turns himself to tying the sago scraper into its socket with sago-leaf string, and starts to scrape.7.2.4Travel
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iaravlastKa Mamuio-re moo-ire sikuri iarai Kikori Hai Sikuri hioi-da piripoiꞌomo.Then Mamuio and I went had our last year at Kikori High School, and then we were done.7.2.4Travel
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idiaitransimidiaivgo up the bank, go away from riverAmo idiai didimo, moo mipai-da otoꞌai-ka.After grandma had gone on up, I stepped into the mud.Duoduoi moo-ro piridiai dui eꞌeboi-ka, irahiai-ka.In the morning I went up, and chopped the sago palm down.Ioꞌuiꞌo oropoiꞌoi ruu idiai-ka motoi-to.After finalising his plan, he went up to the house.Imei idiai-da aiha putaꞌa karai mabui-da.The crab crawled up and was lying under a mangrove tree.7.2.4Travel
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imaimutionceimaimaivbring more than one thing back, multiple times, such as bringing potatoes back from the garden every day.Aaꞌo hege umai rautu pimaimutimo.They brought those with skin pox.7.2.4Travel
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imidiaifromidiaisgemidiaivcarry things up (the bank from the river)Raarai imidiaitutimoi-ka motoi ideꞌai-ka.We got our things out of the canoe and put them in the house.Mooi-ti irodaido arioidoi-ka, raarai imidiaitutidoi-ka.The two of us went down and once we had stopped there, we took the things out of the canoe.Raarai irimidiaido motoi-da ideꞌai-ka.We took our gear up to the house and put it down.Kiauka aibi imidai, kiauka peei eito iodoi-ka, dui reꞌeito odai-ri.Then they take their paddles, and then they go down to the canoe place in order to travel up to the sago place.7.2.4Travel
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imodaufromodausgomodauvtake more than one thingRimoi-ti reto'a umu pirimodaido.We took along two dogs.Ruu imodau raarai ide'ai-ka, hepui-da.He took the things and put them on the ground. 7.2.4Travel
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imodauovgo awayHiei-da aaꞌo auoi aiha poꞌuo oboi goroi imodauo.After that the snake went down under the water.Kiauka mooi-ti irirobu, duoduo hiꞌai, Aba umui rautu umodidioi-ka imodauo.So, early the next morning while we were sleeping, Daddy went into the bush with dogs.7.2.4Travel
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ioroLHLtransimioraiomioraiplioouvcome or go up, climb (steps), rise, come to the top, emergeMereekehi oboi goroi-da himiaha pioro.The child emerged from under the water.Ruu ahoroi rupui-da omahoroi-ka, ioroi hurui-to, tutui imododiꞌai didimoi-da.When you start weaving, you start from the bottom and work up to where the handle is.Ioroi aꞌai ohui eito.He will rise to the top.Moo ai-rioro.I am coming up.7.2.4Travel
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iraimaionearaimaivmany go back, returnGoꞌui irora oiaido ioropoiꞌoi iraimaidoi-ka moto reꞌeito.After fishing we came back to the camp again.Tiꞌoi iriahioumo, ioropoiꞌoi, iraimaidoi-ka goꞌotoi eito.After we had collected the leaves, we went back home.7.2.4Travel
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odauvar.odaitransimodauomodauhabodaudiovgo, move awayOdau, gaboi hohoi-da omoti.Go and stand by the entrance to the track.Moo ramu-abeai komo podau umui rautu gaaꞌu himioi-da.At the same time my older brother went off hunting with dogs.Ata himioi, moo ai-pirodau moo aramui rautu Maubi, Mauoma ito, hua emidioi.One day I decided to go with my grandparents to Maubi Mauomo to stay in the camp.Moo abeai rautu pirodaido komoi buꞌi eitoI went hunting in the bush with my father.Kiauka aibi imidai, kiauka peei eito iodoi-ka, dui reꞌei-to odai-ri.Then they take their paddles, and then they go down to the canoe place in order to travel up to the sago place.7.2.4Travel
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odoroventer, go upstreamDuoduo atai, raamui peei-ha pobai, odoroi omoi odi eito.The next morning the brother fetched his canoe and paddled up to the headwaters of the stream.Tauo-ka, Umuoma geꞌua uꞌuiꞌo imodoro.Immediately Umuoma ducked into a mudskipper's hole.Rii-ti aaꞌo himioi oromame motoi-da podoroido raarai ioidio.That day they had been to the market and were paddling back home.Moo Karisoroi irodoro burio-ka 1965.I joined the Council in 1965.7.2.4Travel
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ohauvar.ohaohaitransomohauvcome out (of the bush)Gaꞌai iriodioi ioropoiꞌoi, iohai-ka goꞌotoi eito, mahumo kerekere rautu.Once they had finished cutting out the material for the bow, they came out to the village, along with some arrow material.Kiauka rimoi-ti iohaidoi-ka goꞌotoi eito, ata raa tiato-ha.So we came back out to the village with nothing at all.Oobo aiha pomohau iemeheai reꞌei-da ...He came out for his wife, to the place he left her ...7.2.4Travel
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ohiꞌiaiLHLLtransomohiꞌiaivcome close, approachOhiꞌiai taitai eito.Come over really close to me.Mati ohi'iai tiatoi haato iridiri memiho iiꞌii-ka. They approached the place (did not arrive), and the dinghy was spoiled.7.2.4Travel
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ohuꞌotransimohuꞌoomohuꞌoplihuꞌouvgo out (towards the sea)Ka rii peei-ro imohuꞌoi, moo idebi oto ato piremeheaimo uapai ipi-da.And when the ship took them away they left me crying at the wharf.Hiou Taubada-ro rimohuꞌo ara hapuou eito.The Europeans brought us out to this side.Rimo ahiꞌiai-ka, omoi pirohuꞌoumo.We paddled off, and went out of the creek.Ka moo sikuri Paraide ioropoiꞌoi-da, adimoi moo pee kehi-da ohuꞌoi-ka, Oapo tuiai.It was after school on Friday afternoon, and I paddled out down the Oapo River in my small canoe.Motoi irahiai a'ai roo ohu'o!The house will fall, you come out!antoaimaiomodo27.2.4Travel
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oiodiplioiodivone person or one family returns from the bush or from their sago place, this does not apply to returnging from teh garden, fishing or town.Kiauka adimoi rimoi-bi gaꞌuha pirioiodimo goꞌotoi eito, raarai rautu turiaha.In the afternoon we all went back together to the village with all our things.7.2.4Travel
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oirovmoving up, rising (tide), come upOboi-ro poiroi-da era aiha pemadoa.When the water came up therefore the fire was washed away.7.2.4Travel
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