Browse Kope – English
abudio many iabudio once abu cross a river, creek, drain, by means of a bridge or log
abuodoai cf oabuodoai go out a little way by itself, but not all the way across Tuiai eito abuodoai Go out a bit to the middle
aburai spread, separate Moo ria-raamui tauo paburai turiaha mati. My family have already spread to every place.
adai species of tree; commercial name kingiodendron
adi wash with a small amount of water, such as washing a child with a handfu of water, or just washing your face. A half wash.
adia cf emadia iradi pl iadia self aradia set on fire, start burning Tataꞌo iadia! Set the grass on fire!
adimai freq aditi self aradimai rub something off to make it dry Mereei idebi adimai. Rub the tears off the child (Dry the child's tears)
adimo afternoon Adimoi rimo goꞌotoi-da pirimati bomoi uhoi-da. In the village that evening as the sun was setting we were eating that pig. 8.4 Time
adio cf gaara arm shield that stretched from wrist to elbow, made from cane, and worn by men when hunting or fighting to protect their inner arm frm the bow string
aditi once adimai pl iaditi self araditi dry something using a cloth, wipe dry, rub multiple times to make something dry
ado edible pandanas with red fruit that is edible ado pandanas.sp
adoo knock Birii ma adooi, araꞌerai aꞌai riꞌoi-do. If you knock on the door, it will be opened to you.
adooꞌa spill, pour out a whole container of liquid so that it makes a mess Ara mereei obo erarai-ro emadoꞌa-ka mia erai-ro imururo. The pot of hot water tipped onto the man and burned him. Oboi-ka dubui obo guaoi-da emadoꞌa-ka. Pour cold water onto the man. Uro rarai-re mia tama rarai-re obo erarai-da ma-imadoꞌai. Wash your bedding and clothes with hot water. 1.3 Water
adoro make a fire Ara mereei erai i'apuudio, ai-imodau adoroi. The person is holding firewood, to go and build the fire.
adouti trans emadouti freq imadouti one person washes one other person Julius, Reed otoi adouti. Julius, wash Reed's feet. 22.214.171.124 Irrigate 5.6.2 Bathe
aeau cockatoo, sulfar crested cockatoo
aeau-giꞌepu uvula; fleshy thing hanging down at the back of the mouth 2.1 Body
aeuti bite.to.pieces Dui aeuti'a, meaha uuho. Do not bite the sago into pieces eat it properly.
aeꞌai break, eg of a pineapple (?!)
ag- cf am- A prefix used in the intermediate (yesterday) and distant (before yesterday) past tenses, to ask a polar (yes/no) question. Tetuu rii du agototo-duumo? Yesterday, did they beat sago?