LOC=dapostin (a container or place); from (a container); from (a place); through (a person); with (a tool); when.Paidubui mereei ai-emidio moo kaukai-da.God's son lives in my heart.Ruu-ro himioi-da iamotoai-ka himioi-ro ma iamai-ri.She spread them out in the sun to dry.Ka ida podai umui pitoi emeꞌai motoi-da.Then the dog decided to go and check on the cuscus in the house.Ruu-ro du amuo retoa hitoi-da iahiꞌi-ka.He took out two sticks of dry sago from his basket.Rimo odai-ka Miaꞌogomai goꞌotoi-da Iraua.We went from Mia'ogoma to Inaua.Paidubui ruu mereei-da, roo taꞌi ta-paꞌai, roo ruu meree-ka.God, through his son paid your price, so you belong to him.Umui odai-ka imi eidai-ka hepatoi imi-da orotohiti-ka.The dog went and got some string, and tied his ears back with the string.Adimoi rimo goꞌotoi-da pirimati bomoi uhoi-da.In the village that evening when the sun was setting we were eating that pig.
loin shieldkepaLHnloin shield, made from the breast bone of a cassowary
loinclothipihiinloincloth traditionally worn by men.
loincloth (women)kauhu 1nloincloth usually worn by women5.3Clothing
longtutuusp. var.tutu2adjlong, tallBoamoi ratoi-da hoboi piroraꞌoiaido himio tutuui.We were following pig spoor all day long.Moo ubii, moo-ro tutuu hiꞌa aaꞌoi aꞌai bia.My people, I am not going to talk very long.8.3.1Shape
longhousemere1LHnlonghouseMoo ooboi rautu hopo rai ai-rimomeꞌai kaumo, dubu merei eito.and then my wife and I take the feast up into the longhouse.22.214.171.124Houseunspec. comp. formmere pai
longhouse (mens)dubu-merenlonghouse only for men, traditional men's house. At the apex at the front of the longhouse was a carving of their tribal god that men had to pay their respects to, and get permission from, whenever they entered or left the building.
lookemaotidiovlook to a person to see what he does, will do or was doing
look (at each other)eremeꞌavlook at each other, look at yourself, look at something in the middle of the group
look afterimaꞌoivtend, look after for someone, including looking after things to sell
look after (plural objects)imaꞌoidiovlook after or care for many things
look after (single object)emaꞌoidiovlook after, keep an eye on somethingRoo emidioi, motoi emaꞌoidio. You stay and look after the house.
look back (continually)eremeteidiovkeep looking back over your shoulder
look back (over shoulder)eemeteaicfeemeteaiiremeteavlook back, look over one's shoulder, turn to look backKa moo eemeteai-ka.I looked back over my shoulders.Moo abeai iremeteai-da gaꞌai-da aiha paro rituo-ha.When my dad turned around he shot it dead.126.96.36.199Look
look back (repeatedly)emete'utivto keep looking behind oneself
look lookidomai ihaꞌuovlook, lit: throw your eyesIdomai ma ihaꞌuoi epui-da.Look carefully ahead of you.188.8.131.52Notice