rabblehaaharubuana rough and noisy crowd of people, such as a protest march, a rugby crowd, or when chasing a pig, always a negative termBoomoi haaharubuaei-to obodidioumo'a. Don't chase the pig like a rabble.Oorioi-da haaharubuae rautu oorioumo'a.Do not play with a big noise/roughly.
rainmihaeHLnrainResi rautu-da mihai oboi odaiꞌai-ka.With drains the rainwater can flow away.Ka miha oboi atata ma idioi.Drink more rain water.Peei-da mihai ooꞌui-da, raarai tioi-da ma-iatimai.If rain comes while you are in the canoe you can cover your things with a mat.1.1.3Weather
rain (drizzle)gemamionlight rain that does not stop all day, drizzle
rain (heavy)ribi-ribinheavy rain, a downpour of rain
raincoathobontraditional umbrella or raincoat made of pandanus5.3Clothing
rained onuuho23HHLvidiomatic way of saying someone was rained onMihae-ro ruuho maaka.You were already rained on. Lit: the rain already ate you.
raise (child or animal)iaꞌevfeed, raise (e.g. animals)mamoi iaꞌe uubishepherds
raise (plural objects)imibuivraiseOmotui pauo bia - retoꞌa-gaaꞌu imibui aꞌai, retoꞌa-gaaꞌu iateꞌemai aꞌai.Weaving is not hard work - lift three up, leave three down.7.2Move
raise (single object)oomotoHLHvfeed and care for, raise (a child or animal)Ka moo ai-piroomotoido riiꞌi.They took care of me and I grew.Ruu ioomotoumo mati.The place where he was brought up.Boomoi oomoto.Care for the pig.4.1.9Kinship
raise and lowerahoro 2vgently move something up and down, such as when bouncing a baby or moving something back and forth in the water to remove the mudMeree daodaoi aiha ahoro'a. "You must not bounce the newborn baby.
rat speciesdurubunlarge black rat with tail white for half length22.214.171.124.4Rodentgeroꞌoncommon black rat(rattus rattus)1.6Animalguru geroꞌonsmall species of rat/mouse with white fur on its bellyhama geroꞌonspecies of rat with dark fur, long-nosed melomys(melomys hidung pantang)himo2ncommon water rat(tikus air biasa)mare geroꞌonspecies of rat, small spiny rat(rattus steini)rerengrey rat with white underside body the length of a finger, and a long tailutu geroꞌonspecies of rat, white-bellied melomys(melomys perut putih)
reachoohiai 1sp. var.ohiaivcatch, grab, reachHioi-da, Dubuꞌaubi-ro moo aramui, Mutai, oohiai-ka, ruu meree.There Dubu'aubi captured my grandfather, Mutai, as his child.Himioi-da iamotoi-ka retoꞌa-gaaꞌu himio, iametoi-ka, tioi toatoa hiꞌa-ro ma iohiai-ri.Then she lays out all the mat leaves in the sun for three days to get them really dry [lit: for dryness to get hold of them].Moo-ro Stiki oduꞌai-ka, "Moo du-bobo-ro roohiai-ka.I said to Sticky, "I'm hungry [lit: hunger has got hold of me]."Suga idioi-da roo giri memihoi-ro oohiai aꞌai-ka.If you drink sugar you will get bad teeth [lit: bad will get hold of your teeth].Rimo goꞌui iroraꞌoia duumo, adimoi-ro oohiai-ka himioi.We usually fish till late afternoon [lit: till evening catches the sun].Aaꞌo himioi-da rii tamai turiaha idiꞌidi-haro piohiaimo, peei mia boroio-haro poohiai.At that moment all their bodies became black, and their boat became yellow. 7.2.4Travel
readiaaposp. var.iapovreadRuu-ro mereekeke amiꞌai umo idodiaiꞌai, ara odii iapoi-da.A child reading this story will know the dangers of jumping.3.5.1Sayimaapo 1vtread
read aloudiahoꞌooutivcount, repeatedly call out numbers, read out loud
reallyiha2advreallyMoo iha giꞌepui piraꞌai.I was really worried.Aaꞌo himioi moo iha geꞌii piraꞌai.At that time I was very happy.Rii-ti iemidioidoi-da udo bia - iha meai pemidioido.There was no enmity between them - they lived very happily together.126.96.36.199Certainly, definitely