gameooriosp. var.oriovplayMoo goꞌotoi-da maboroi oorioi piraꞌaimo.I was in the village playing a game of marbles.Rimoi-bi iodoimoi-ka Karati hauꞌi-da ohiobaiꞌoi rautu tats oorioi-ri.We went down to Karati field to play touch rugby with the boys.Aaꞌo himioi-da moo rautu maboroi iroorioi-da moo-ro ohiobaioi maboroi aiha pirimoamea.When it was my turn to play, I got all the marbles off the other boys.4.2.7Play, funcomp.oorio-hauꞌicomp.oorio-made
game typeudingame similiar to hockey played in a field by two teams
gardenmatimabungardenpaꞌeangardenGoꞌoto uubi-ro du, paꞌea du imorohoi-ka.The village people would bring us sago and garden foods.Ruu-ro aaꞌoi-ka, "Moo robodo!" Rii-ti odai-ka paꞌeai.He said, "Follow me," and they went to a garden.6.2Agriculture
germinateaapoꞌo2vgerminate, hatch, the first sign of a new life from a seed or an eggAgauhuti mea-ha, hepui hobobo hiꞌai-da amibo, paꞌeai raarai upi-ha apoꞌoi aꞌai kaumo.If you cultivate well and the ground is very soft, the garden plants can germinate healthily.Moo iohu hepui oaduꞌoi raꞌai hepu hiꞌai ma omabai-ri, rara matei upi-ha ma apoꞌoumoi-ri.I make compost in order to enrich the soil, so that plants will germinate healthily in it.6.2Agriculture
get (plural objects)imidai 1vtake more than one thingKa turiaha ara raarai roo-ro imidai aꞌai, roo aia mihimai, mooi-do emarahuei.You will get all of these things if you bow down and worship me.Hiiro hi'a uubi gaa'u-ha emidioi-da moto gaa'ui-da, turiaha TiBi gimoi-ro imidai a'ai.When many people stay together in one house, they will all get the TB sickness.
get inorooHLLvget on (a boat); get into (a canoe)Rimo aiha pirorooumo peei-da, ka ahiꞌiai-ka.We got into the canoe and paddled off.Ata himioi ai-pirodaumo Baimuru peei-da orooi-ri odai-ri Goꞌoto Gegai eito.One day we went across to Baimuru to get on the boat to go to Port Moresby.Irai moo mamui himia poroo.But my mother got on by herself.Moo irimegiꞌai-da peei ipi tuiai-hato piroroo.When I jumped, I landed right in the middle of the canoe.Moo tauꞌo-ha piroroo peei-da, riiti udo aaꞌoidoi-ka, moo aiha piremaꞌoido.When I landed feet first in their canoe, they got angry and started to scold me.Moo abea, mamui, riamiꞌoi-re, rimo aiha pirorooumo peei-da, ka ahiꞌiai-ka.My father, mother, and brothers, we all got into the canoe and departed.... ri ruato orooi-ka, peei-da, imahiꞌiai duumo goꞌotoi eito araimai-ri.... then they get in the canoe and paddle off back to the village.7.2.4Traveloroutivget into (canoes)Kiauka, himioi ioahoi rii raarai idodiaimoi-ka, pepei hato poroutimo.So when the sun rose they packed up their things and got into their canoes.
get right intooroiro1vget completely into, fill (a net)Raa hiiro hiꞌai oroiroumoi-ka.Many fish filled the net.
get upeibuavget up, stand up, rise up, emerge, come up (out of the water)Moo ireibuai-da pirahotiai-ka.When I stood up and ran towards the village.Abui 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.Moo oumidioi-ka moo oboi goroi-ha pirodau, ai-paꞌudai goꞌota hipi goroi-daha pireibua.So I dived and swam underwater and came up under the roots of an up-rooted coconut tree.7.2Move
get up (selves, plural)ireibuavmore than one person gets themselves up