ablemodobonfit for, able to, can, possibleMoo modobo bia mea-ha made ma raaꞌo. Idebi behai piraꞌai.I wasn't able to talk properly. I was just crying.184.108.40.206Easy, possible
aboardioidiovbe many people or things inside one thing, usually a canoeRii-ti aaꞌo himioi oromame motoi reꞌei-da pooꞌuido, raarai ioidio.That day they had been to the market and were paddling back home with their things.Iridiri peei mapoi-da ioti, du beremo-beremo ioidio, du beuma-beuma ioidio, obo pari-pari ioidio.The engine was on the back of the canoe, and it was loaded with packs of sago, sections of bamboo, and water pots.
about totooto1advnearly, ready to, on the edge of happeningMihai-ro ooꞌu tooto aꞌai.The rain is ready to come.Ara dubui atara aroi tooto aꞌai.The man is about to shoot something.Ihiai tooto-ha paꞌaiHe nearly died
adopted childahurai mereecfahurai mereemahuuꞌona child who has been adopted, whose may or may not have one or two living birth parents, the adoption is usually not mentioned to the child in case it causes conflicts. lit: 'taken child'
adulteryimovleave one's wife and go off with another woman, commit adulteryMoo imo meere bia.I am not an adulterous fellow.
advicetotomu 1LHLninstructions on how to live wellMoo abeai totomu made amoroaduꞌuti moo piroha emidioi-ka.When my father gives me advice, I sit quietly and listen to him.3.5.1Say
adzetapenadze used for shaping canoe6.7Tooltepentraditional adze used for shaping a canoe. cutting part was made from the bone of an animal, in particular the breastbone of a cassowary, or a turtle shell, or a stone. It was bound to the handle with a goimuꞌu.
adze bindingreꞌei1nbinding on adze for shaping canoe
afflictaiꞌia 2vafflictTupi horo hiꞌa-ro aiꞌiai aꞌaiHe will be very skinny. [He will be afflicted with boney body.]7.9.1Damage
afterdidimonafter, behindAaꞌo didimoi, moo mari rautu obodi-ka.After that, I appeared with a great big smile.Ka aaꞌo didimoi-da, resi oaheai-ka, mabu goroi odudio oboi geema-ka.After that you must make drains to take the rainwater away.Hiꞌoi-da, ruu iamagauriai-ka, didimoi eito.Suddenly he jumped back (lit: towards the back) in fright.8.4Time
afternoonadimonafternoonAdimoi rimo goꞌotoi-da pirimati bomoi uhoi-da.In the village that evening as the sun was setting we were eating that pig.8.4Time
afterwardsdohoitoadvlater, afterwardsDohoito ai-pirehebiamo Isiti Kikori Karisoroi.Later I transferred to the East Kikori Council.Mabu moo rio-ka dohoito moo abeai aibo emidioi.Because I want to be like my father for the next generation.8.4Time
again and againataꞌatacfataataꞌataadjanother and another, again and agaiKa mihae oboi ataꞌata ma idioi.And drink more rain water.
agreeomoaꞌuevagree, allowRoo-ro moo omoaꞌuei amaꞌai roo bei moo-ro maromodai-ri?Will you allow me to take your paddle?
allturiahaadjall, everyone; completelyKeito riꞌo turiaha moo odii oromidioi-ri.Thank you all for listening to my story.Kiauka adimoi rimoi-bi gaaꞌu-ha piriodimo goꞌotoi eito raarai rautu turiaha.In the afternoon we all went back together to the village with all our things.Turiaha horohoroi itauti aꞌai.All the rubbish must be dumped on the side.Kiauka hiai-da pitoi hepato reto'a turiaha arahioi-ka.Then he immediately cut both his ears completely off.8.1.1Number