amauacfgerebadirintraditional song used by the Karuramio clan, among others, during initiation. It was also used when they killed or captured a person, then they would tie the ee'ee in the longhouse, and sing this song.
amea1nlime, made from cooked and ground shells, chewed with betel nut, used as a white paint to decorate carvings, and as a dust to scatter on a doorstep or person as a sign of peace. Traditionally kept in a pot made from a dried gourd fruit (amea kauduru).
amea2ntree with white bark, that grows large, if you lean on the bark you will get white dust on your body or clothes, has long dark green leaves.
amea-dunvariety of sago that grows 13-15 m tall, 70-75cm diametre, produces white starch that is not very bright. It has thick leaves, and thorns that are not too sharp but are strong. It grows both inland and near rivers, and has a hard bark220.127.116.11Sago
ameꞌamedial. var.gameꞌameGinsmall bugs that fly around the light at night time or around fruit
amicfhuondecoration made from sago palm to welcome visitors
amiavstring a bow by bending the bow and hooking on the stringMotoi iimimamiai dubui ga'ai amia bia. The man who entered into the house did not put the string on the bow.
amohoꞌomanyiamohoꞌoselfaramohoꞌovshiver, shake because of something inside, such as shaking a coconut to check for water, or the shaking of a pupae when a butterfly is forming, or shaking a container to hear what is inside, or shivering from cold