amotooꞌapliamotoovspread out to dryTio pahai ito didimoi-da, ruu-ro himioi-da iamotooꞌai-ka himioi-ro ma iamai-ri.After cooking the pandanas leaf, she spread it out in the sun, so the sun might dry them.7.5.9Put
amoutionceamootiaipliamoutivspray water on something, using something (eg mouth, pump sprayer) Ruu emaꞌai aꞌai kaumo Iehoma uumoo tiato uubi eito, ka emerioi aꞌai kaumo, omomoruodioi aꞌai kaumo, ka oobei-da mamouti duumoThey will give him to the people who do not know God, and they will mock him, insult him, and spit on him.Amouti oboi-da motoi keka-kekai eito.Spray water around the house.
amoꞌobiafreqamoꞌobopliamoꞌobovhit once, hard. This could be two hands hitting each other (a clap), or hand hiting an object, or two objects (bat and ball) hitting each other.
amuiꞌavcrack, breakAra goꞌotai amuiꞌa.Crack the coconut.Emeeꞌa mereei-ro epui-ha imamuiꞌa-ka.Whoever finds you will just break your head.Moo-ro dui pirototo aiha piramuiꞌa ka.I beat it until it was broken.18.104.22.168Sago
apoꞌiaplapoꞌovburst or break open one thing, such as making a hole in a young coconut so that you can drink it, or a coconut falling to the ground a breaking open, or bursting a boil, or a chick hatching from an egg, or bursting a bubbleGoꞌota oboi apoꞌia.Break open the coconut water.
apoꞌopliapoꞌosgapoꞌiavburst or break one thing with many strikes, or many things with one strike each, such as a mother hen breaking open an egg to help the chick out..Meree kehi adoꞌopi apoꞌoBreak the small child's boils