r-vpfx1st person involvement in an eventKa moo-ro peei rioi-da aiha pi-r-irudemea.I prayed inside the canoe.Ka moo ai pi-r-omotoi-do r-iiꞌi.They took care of me and I grew.Moo r-emitai !Cook it for me!
=ra1dial. var.=rie1subordconnif, can be used as an opposite to the declaratie =kaMuramura eidai tiato-ra mereei atai eito emaꞌai aꞌai.If you don't take medicine, you will give your sickness to another person.Roo tairamui tiato-ra, roo raꞌati gimoi emeꞌai aꞌai.If you do not have a mosquito net, you will get malaria.Roo rio-ra hege umai oropoiꞌoi, turia-ha himioi obo oruoi-da goꞌota ihi ma orohiꞌauti.If you want to get ride of scabies, rub on coconut oil every day when you wash.Roo rio-ra hito ahoroi, epui roo umoiꞌai buꞌi eito.If you want to make the woven bag called "hitoi", first you go to the bush.2yes/no question marker, can be used as opposite to declarative =kaRoo rio-ra? Moo rio-ka!Do you want it? I want it!Boi'o-ra keekebai'oi?Who are the small ones?
=ra2coordconnandgaꞌai-ra mahumo-raibow and arrowsObo-ra dubu-rai dui pototoido.A woman and a man were making sago.
raasp. var.ran1thing Roo-ro raa pirimeidaimo aramui.You make the wrong thing against my grandson. Ara dubui heamo raa tiato-ka.This man has no fighting thing (is unarmed).2fish Raai ioobaimo bia.We did not catch a fish.220.127.116.11Fish
raa-biasp. var.rabiaadv1not something, nothing2not the thing to do, don't do itHimia otoi-to odoi raa-bia.Don't go off on foot by yourself.Ara dui iiho raa-bia, memiho-ka. Huꞌurei-ro iiho-kaumo.Don't eat this food, it's not good. Flies are all over it.TB uubi kekai-da emidio raa-bia, rii urei emaꞌoi-da.Do not sit close to TB patients when they cough.9.1.2Do
raabarisp. var.rabarinedible leafy vegetables, greens, including umia, garebari, kaha'uae, gaabi bari, baabai, gaamire /riioriio, muumuuku, muuri, gigibi, and pamahi.Umui-ro pitoi emaꞌoi-ka: "Ruꞌai hoꞌu behai-ha ita oraꞌoiadio-ka, raabari kaupaꞌe."Then the dog cursed the cuscus: "You will have only the tops of trees to hunt in, and have to fill up on green leaves."Rii raabari iho kaumo, pamahi.They ate greens, aibika (in particular).synkabesi6.2Agriculture
raarasp. var.rara1nthings, more than one thingKa mereekehi-re raarai ideꞌai-ka motoi-da.We put the baby and the things in the house.7.2.4Travelraara tiatocomp.adjpoor; without goods; emptyMori, raara tiato uubi ma ima'ati. You should give money to poor people (lit: people with nothing)
raeaHLnnecklace made from a single tooth from wild dogPeople would put a sago frond into a cave of wild dogs; the dogs would bite the branch and the people would pull out the frond full of really white teeth. The caves are upriver.