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arauhio freq arauhuti from auhiomai 1 erode, break away Hepu himia arouhio The ground is breaking away itself. 2 landslide
arauhiomai from auhiomai erode itself one time, landslide Hepui arauhiomai totoo a'ai, roo ire mati emeheai. The ground will slide soon you leave that place.
arauhuti once arauhio erode or break away by itself, piece by piece Hepu himia arauhuti. The ground is continually breaking away.
araumodi here and there, to and fro Ooboi ihiai-da paraumodi beredirei pioho, ma oaimai-ri go'otoi eito. When his wife died, he went here and there looking for petrol to take her back home.
araupo many iraupo from aupo a shoot that twists itself open, like a flower or a nipa shoot opening itself with a twisting motion Go'ei gi'epui himia tauo araupo maaka. The betelnut already unwound itself.
araꞌa tall round basket made from coconut leaf, used for storing sago
araꞌerai from aꞌerai open for yourself
araꞌome uncertain Ruu ai-ara'ome parai-misi ra'aibou omiai-ra. He is not sure how to fly the flying machine.
araꞌotuti carry many things on my own shoulder
araꞌu 1 fireplace 5.5.7 Fireplace 2 cooking place
araꞌudai slip, slide, such as when a tree falls down in a strong wind or earthquake without breaking Koroboi imimumuai-da ara'udai maaka, rua tutuui. When the wind blew, the tall tree already slipped down.
araꞌupo freq araꞌuputi from aꞌupo tangle oneself, like a fishing line that tangles itself into a knot
araꞌuputi once araꞌupo 1 tangle oneself repeatedly 2 lose Moo gaa'u re'ei-da rara'uputi maaka. I was going around in the same area (I was lost)
ariga var. arika 1 tree species with heavy wood; commercial name kandis 2 weight used on fishing net
arii imi species of fine vine that is useful for tying things and grows in hilly places
ario arrive Mooi-ti irodaido arioidoi-ka, raarai imidiaitutidoi-ka. The two of us went down and once we had arrived there, we took the things out of the canoe. Mooi-tiro pirodaido du hua giroi aiha pirarioido. We walked off twardso the sago camp and eventually we arrived. Ka adimoi pirarioido Kikori ato. Then in the afternoon we arrived at Kikori. 7.2.4 Travel
ariꞌi freq ariꞌiti scratch once
ariꞌiti trans emariꞌiti once ariꞌi scratch repeatedly, tear at repeatedly 6.1 Work
aroa cf gihi traditional bucket similar to gihi
aromia put Roo-ro moo kimai-da ai-aromioi-da, peei-da aromia, moo topi aupai-ka. When you catch me with a line and put me in the canoe my belly will swell. 7.5.9 Put
aromo sky Moo-ro aromoi oiomai-ka I could touch the sky 1.1.3 Weather