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aheꞌeaicfaaheꞌeaipliaheꞌev1pull off a leaf or bunch of fruit from a palm tree1.5.2Palm2pull something open
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du-amuonrolled stick of sagoRuu-ro du-amuo retoa hitoi-da iahiꞌi-ka, moo atai emaꞌai-ka, ruu atai eidai-ka.He took out two sticks of dry sago from his basket, and gave one to me while he took the other.5.2.3.1Food from plants1.5.2Palm
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dubariLHHntop part of sago palm1.5.2Palm
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gibu dubainbanana species with small fruit tht grow close to each other on the stem. Cood for cooking, can also be eaten ripe1.5.2Palm
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goenbetel nut1.5.2Palm
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goꞌotaLHLncoconutRuu hurai, hurai uuhoi-ka, oboi idioi-ka, ruu ruꞌai aibo iiꞌii-ka tutu hi'a.Its fruit are edible, and its water drinkable; it is like a tree, with a tall trunk.1.5.2Palm6.2Agricultureunspec. comp. formtuutu goꞌotatuutugoꞌota obocomp.nthe drinking water of a green coconutgoꞌota tuutuunspec. comp. formncoconut that is nearly drysyntuutu goꞌotaunspec. comp. form oftuutugoꞌota
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idoꞌo1transomodoꞌosgodoꞌaivdrop many pieces of fruit on purposegoꞌota idoꞌodrop many coconuts1.5.2Palm
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omodoꞌofromidoꞌo1oodoꞌaisgomodoꞌaivdrop coconuts or fruit (for someone)Iodaumo goꞌotai imomodoꞌomo.They went and dropped coconuts for him.1.5.2Palm
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opodo dubainbanana species with red or green skin, yellow inside, does not grow tall and is good for eating ripe or in soup1.5.2Palm
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tiovar.tiobumin1species of pandanus that is tall and strong, the roots are used for making mats and basketsAta himioi mo mamui rautu, moiti buꞌito pirodaido tio paha iahioi.One day my mother and I went into the bush to cut pandanus leaves.6.6.4.2Weaving baskets and mats1.5.2Palm2mat of pandanus leaves sewn togetherKiauka hioida ruro tio-ra goro-rai imotuti aiha pomahoro.And then she started to weave the mats and baskets.
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