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open (self)amodivopen, one thing opens itself
open (selves, plural objects)iamodivnumerous things open themselvesDuoduo-ka ra'u-ri iamodi kaumo o'aapoi. It's morning that’s why the flowers are opening up.
openinghuru1nopening. mouth of a bag, cup or jarRuu ahoroi rupui-da omahoroi-ka, ioroi hurui-to, tutui imododiꞌai didimoi-da.When you start weaving, you start from the bottom and work up to where the handle is.2.1Body
opposeoroomamodiovbe in opposition with someoneMoo romoabai, moo meree ata rautu ai-roroomamoodio-kaido!Help me with the person I am in opposition with!
oree1coordconnor, a word that connects phrasesPaidubu-o, ara obeegiri rimo behaido-ra ee turiaha uubi rautu-ra?” Lord, is this parable just for us, or is it for all people?syniiiicoordconnorsynee1
orangeoratoti 1adjred, orange, purpleRogu: Ruu bo'ui boroio-ka, ruu goroi ihai oratoti-ka, ka ruu ihai hobobo-hakaPawpaw: It's skin is green, and inside it is really orange, and it is very soft.Kamara: ruu tamai ami'a oratoti, boroio, rio ruu topo hi'a-ka, roo-ro uuhoi-da.Sweet potato: some of them have purple skins, or yellow, and they are very sweet when you eat them.synoraꞌora8.3.3.3Colour
orphangaiꞌaaricfgaiꞌaarimahuuꞌonorphan, has no parentssynhimoꞌo 1himoꞌo 1cfhimoꞌomahuuꞌonorphan, has no parents and before they died the parents did not plant trees (for canoes, betel nut, sago etc) to prepare for their child.syngaiꞌaarimahuuꞌocfahurai mereegaiꞌaarihimoꞌomahuuꞌomahuuꞌomahuuꞌonorphan, their real parents have died and they move between the houses of relatives
ospreymarioLHLnlarge birds of prey, including eagles (Gurney's Eagle), ospreys (Eastern osprey) and kites (Brahminy kite)1.6.1.2Bird
otheratacfataataꞌataadja, one, another, the otherKa aaꞌo ruꞌai kekai-da pooꞌa mia omo geema ata.And near the tree was a large river.
other-endhapuo-tamanother-endEeheei ahiai-ka, Imi Veraibari hapuo tamai ohuꞌodidioi-ka.I came through the passage, and came out the other end to the Ivi River.
outflowohuovoutflow
over-eaterbiibiinperson who eats too muchBiibii-ro rimo dui tauo-ha ipoio maaka. The person who eats to much finished our food.
overflowaraetetevoverflow with waterOboi-ro roo budiri ododiai araetetei-da, kehibuo ahuedi. Water is making you wet because it is over flowing, pour some out.
overgrowurudiovhide, when something hides itself like a bush growing up over another thing
overgrowngorogoroadjovergrown, jungleBaui-ka ara gorogoroi aiboihard to cut this bushmeemenovergrown
owl speciesbairuaLLLHvar.taumunowl, marbled frogmouth or papuan frogmouthtaumunbird.sp
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