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aˈɑintj|ENeh, right?|TPa
a-ɑvpfx1|ENyou all, second person plural subject verbal prefix|TPyupela2|ENwe, first person exclusive subject verbal prefix|TPmipela
-a1ɑnsfx|ENthe, specification|TPhiaIDIOMgip bila bandima biabetelnut addict, someone constantly chewing betelnutkalaiyua galainaharvest time has arrivedluki bila yaba taua fast runnersanga’m daxangua teimmoral, unlawful or unacceptablesobaga wa bangfull moon, harvest moon, when the moon is at its largestwalingua doathere is a famine occuringyanga motithe wind died downKEYTERM PHRASEharuanga maxunamatruthlipu hananiangamaa priestlipu hatung suxinganamamagi or wise man, particularly one who studies the starslipu suxuyangamaa judgeLipua Ma Rangua UranaSon of Manlong xaiyaheavensabunga lipuxing haulingamadeacon, person who assists the church in an official capacitysina salagato persecuteUrana Lipuxing MogunganamaMessiahUrana uleginamaan angel, a messenger of Godxap langato get baptisedxap salagato receive persecutionSAYINGsiba supexsanguination, to bleed outPHRASElipu mumgutingamamute personlonga doaperiod of bad weather, which results in many ill-effects on the villagelonga rurudistant, rolling thunder, the kind that causes reverberationslonga salahot weatherlonga xaiperiod of good weather, such that it affects the village positivelylonga xaringacold or cool weathersobaga labamoonless nightsobaga saxaxanganamoonshinesobaga sokthe moon arrived, a new moonsobaga tubuthe moon is waxingsobaga utu sahathe moon is waningtaxiti yaunguato divorce, to sever one’s marriagetega liliatidal flow when it is coming inxai yangato breathexap haruanguato actively listen
-a2ɑv > vtsfx|ENtransitivizer|TP-im
ababaximɑ.ˌbɑ.bɑ.ˈɣimna|ENspiked poisonous saltwater fish|TPpisGENERICsongfish
abakɑ.ˈbɑkna|ENtree species, sap is used to attach arrowheads to shafts and lizard skins to hand drums|TPdiwaiXaiya li abak asaxadi angiadinga; bungina ua saing moya bing asaxadi daxang.This abak tree is animal food; when it bears fruit and it’s ripe then the animals eat it.GENERICxai1tree
abidomdomˌɑ.bi.dom.ˈdomna|ENtarantula species, sometimes eaten|TPspaidaGENERICgambumang1spiderSelenocosmia
abilokˌɑ.bi.ˈlɔkna|ENsmall brown lizard species which dwells in the sword grass|TPpalaiGENERICbilok1lizard
abinaɑ.ˈbi.nɑni|ENstern of a boat or ship|TPstanANTONYMyuna2bowWHOLEwagaboat
abixinonginoaˌɑ.bi.ˌɣi.no.ˈŋi.no.ɑni|ENplumes of a bird, its tailfeathers|TPkangalWHOLEmang1bird
abuaɑ.ˈbu.ɑna|ENaffinial term for grandfather|TPtumbuna
abunginaˌɑ.bu.ˈŋi.nɑadj|ENwild, undomesticated|TPwelPHRASEyap abunginavolcano
adiˈɑ.didem|ENthose|TPol
aiˈɑiintj|ENhey|TPai
Aisayanp|ENIsaiah, a book of the Bible|TPAisaia
alaˈɑ.lɑpart|ENsomething|TPsamtingCOMPOUNDalalithis
alaingɑ.ˈlɑiŋpart|ENit is, a formulaic end to a Mato prayer|TPiAlaing: Maxung sibuna.It is so: Amen.
alaliɑ.ˈlɑ.lidem|ENthis|TPdispelaDaxabia ba alali xaidap maxanoa.They know this is the time.
alaliaɑ.ˈlɑ.li.ɑna|ENenergy, strength|TPstrongAlaliagu te.I’m tired.
amˈɑmpro|ENwe exclusive|TPmipela|UM amNulang sibuna, am gawa numia.A while ago, we were at the house.KEYTERM PHRASELipu Hananiangam OxatanoaLeviticus, a book of the Biblesabunga yanaminachurch elder, church leader
-am1ɑmvsfx|ENus, first person exclusive verbal object marker|TPmipelaAm gahaingguyu, baing kuya sabanga muam taxa bimbi sabangia.We continued to ascend, and a heavy downpour rained down on us right on the mountain ridge.
-am2ɑmnsfx|ENassociative marker, shows association, purpose or origin|TPbilongBaing ngaxap waxu xuningam saing ngating mala.Then I took fishing line and cast it out.COMPOUNDbaruamtawhichIDIOMlipu ubung bisamanamto be smart, clever, dexterous, diligentKEYTERM PHRASEharuanga maxunamatruthlipu babu hananianganaman idolater, someone who offers sacrifices to imageslipu hananiangamaa priestlipu hanaunaunga tubatubainganama scribe or teacher of the lawlipu hatung suxinganamamagi or wise man, particularly one who studies the starslipu oxata olanggama servant or slavelipu suxingamhistorian, primarily one who tells how things came to be, whether through divining meteorological events or the telling of traditional storieslipu suxuyangamaa judgelipu titiamdimankind, world when referring to its inhabitantsLipu Xabinga MuliamSaviorlong salakkamhellsabunga lipuxing haulingamadeacon, person who assists the church in an official capacityTaunga DalingamPassoverUrana Lipuxing MogunganamaMessiahUrana lipuxing suxunguxunguamGod’s mouth personUrana uleginamaan angel, a messenger of Godwalinga subingang teguameternal lifexai balingamcross, the wood used to affix Jesus to when he was crucifiedXaidap YaguangamSabbathxaungadi yanamidingadevil, the demons’ leaderYuda TeguamGentile, a non-JewPHRASEaxamang owangamdithings that grow wild, uncultivatedaxamang rangingamdithings that are planted, cultivatedaxamang walingamdiliving thingsgaxap tekkamlobsterkabukabu rungingamchair, platform for sittingkabukabu xangingamdining table, platform for eatingkuya kaxapkamthunderstormkuya yanggamsquall, a rainstorm with high windslipu mumgutingamamute personlipu murakkamliarlipu oxatamworkerlipu sangga luwamdidiviner or seerlipu sinaikkamsellerlipu sinakkamgiverlipu sintukkammagician, astrologer, someone who can tell the future, can heal, diagnose illnesses, and speak to secretive knowledgelipu tingungamsorcerer who practiced ritualistic spiritual poisoninglipu tuakkamdiviner, someone who through the handling of objects can discover who is the perpetrator of a crimelipu tubatubaingamteacherlipu wasangamguard or guardian, caretaker, someone who looks after something or someonelong usianamtime just before sunup, when things lighten, just after ‘namoningyanam’numa taungamcooking house, used as a kitchen separate from the main housesiang dalingamprofittibung wasangamman who looks after another, guardian, foster parent, caretakertiti maramaramstony, rocky soil, a soil layer with gravel in ittiti sianggambedrock, base layer of soil that is hard, usually consisting of compacted coral fragments, which is impossible to dig with a shovelxaidap hayauxingambirthday
amagaɑ.ˈmɑ.ɡɑna|ENfishing net|TPumben
Amosnp|ENAmos, a book of the Bible|TPAmos
amtamɑm.ˈtɑmpro|ENwe two exclusive|TPmitupela|UMamtemHaing luwa hiliana bing dimati, nga sibugu xaung Sumex, amtam ganimam am gawa.Three girls had died, I and Sumex, only we two lived.