make (for many)imododiavmake for many others ...meai-ha ma imododiai, riꞌoi-do udo aꞌai uubi ....you should make good (things/actions) to the people who hate you.
make (for someone)omododiacfododiaomododiaomododiaorododiavmake for, prepare for, trim for, fix up for, decorate forIoropoiꞌoi, mereei rautu gaꞌai omododiai-ka.When that was finished, he made a bow for his son too.Moo peei tomioi iromododiai-duumo.They decorate my canoe for me.Ruu-ro roo oroiꞌioi mea omododiai modobo-ka.He can really change your life and make you somebody new.Mereei gitorai imomododiai ...She prepared a place for the person ...6.1Work
make (one)ododiacfododiaododiaomododiaomorododiaorododiavmakeRuu-ro pododiai ara hepu geemai aromoi-re.He himself created the earth and the sky.Epui-to roo-ro mati aipoi aꞌai, roo paꞌeai ma ododiai-ri.First you have to clear the place so you can make the garden.Kiauka, moo iohi hepui ododiai emerai hiei-da oropoiꞌo-ka.So, that's how I make compost.Raꞌu-ro orododiai, ata himioi, mooi-do, moo retoꞌa-retoꞌa-gaaꞌu burioi didimoi-da.What happened to me one day when I was five years old.6.1Workunspec. comp. formuumo ododia
make (plural objects)idodiavprepare or make more than one thingRimo-ro hitoi hiiro rarari ridodiaidio-kaumo.We use our traditional bags for many things.6.7Tool
make a fireadorovmake a fireAra mereei erai i'apuudio, ai-imodau adoroi.The person is holding firewood, to go and build the fire.
make a holeohuꞌu2vmake a hole by accident, break through unintentionallyKa akakopui iodoꞌai-da boꞌui imei pikui aiha pohuꞌui.Suddenly a mangrove fruit fell and broke the crab's shell.7.9.1Damage
malariaraꞌati-gimonmalaria, literally 'mosquito sickness'Roo tairamui tiato-ra, roo raꞌati-gimoi emeꞌai aꞌai.If you do not have a mosquito net, you will get malaria.2.5.1Sick
Malay applegaibirinvariety of Malay apple with big dark leaves, tree known as water gum or dilleniadillenia sp.taꞌuranMalay Apple. A medium height tree with either red or white fruit. The fruit is seeedless, but the tree can be grown from a branch planted in the ground.1.5.1Tree
male (animal)pahe2nmale animal, not used for humansIbuoi haato pirai'ia aa'o boomo pahei.He hit the male pig with an axe.
mangrove snakemereiupunspecies of snake, white-bellied mangrove snakefordonia leucobaliaobo pipoꞌonseasnake, black ringed mangrove snakehyderlaps darwiniensis
mangrove speciesgahoo 1HHLnspecies of mangrovesyniiꞌa1reꞌe21.5.1Treeiiꞌa1nspecies of mangrove tree that has shorter fruit than kaarasyngahoo 1reꞌe2kaaranmangrove, can be used for building, bark can be scraped and squeezed to make red colour, has a longer fruit than ii'a / re'e.1.5.1Treekomeꞌenspecies of mangrove with long thin fruit, similar in size to a pencil.reꞌe2na type of mangrove with a broad leaf that is good for house buildingsyngahoo 1iiꞌa1uꞌanmangrove.sp
manyhiiroadjmanyRimo-ro hitoi raara hiiro ibit rimotutidio kaumo.We weave traditional bags to carry many things inside.TB muramurai hiiro-ka, roo emaho'outi modoboi-ha ma idioituti.There are plenty of TB medicines, you must drink the right amount every day.8.1.1Number