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oˈointj|ENGoh|TPIolaman|ROEo
oaˈo.ɑv|ENGto spring up, something that grows in the wild|TPIkamap|ROErama
Obadayanprop|ENGObadiah, a book of the Bible|TPIObadia|ROEObadayaEnglish
obeˈo.beintj|ENGyes, used less frequently than ‘wane’ as it is borrowed from Nukna|TPIyes|ROEobeNukna
ogaˈo.ɡɑv|ENGto be crooked or bent|TPIkrungut|ROEtarikiANTONYMmaringstraightPHRASElang oganafork in a river or stream
oganao.ˈɡɑ.nɑni|ENGtentacle of an octopus or squid|TPIhan|ROEbokanana
Ogasnprop|ENGAugust, the month|TPIOgas|ROEOgasEnglish
okokok.ˈokna|ENGraven|TPIkotkot|ROExobuxobuManga ba yanoa duxu ba okok.That bird’s name is called an raven.GENERICmangbird
Oktobanprop|ENGOctober, the month|TPIOktoba|ROEOktobaEnglish
olaio.ˈlɑiFree variantwalaina|ENGsong|TPIsong|ROEwayangaDuwaya duwaya laing olai aningonoa ma.They sang on and on until the song’s spirit came upon them.PHRASEolai saunganatune of a song
olai saungananph|ENGtune of a song|TPInek|ROEwayanga aroro tuana
Olaidinprop|ENGPsalms, a book of the Bible|TPIBuk Song|ROEWayangaji
olangˈo.lɑŋadv|ENGempty, only, just|TPInating|ROEngolangDimesa daxap sioti te, daxap xalingidingdi te, diluki olang.When they got up they didn’t take their shirts or their other stuff, they ran away empty-handed.KEYTERM PHRASElipu oxata olanggama servant or slavePHRASElong olangan uninhabited place, an undesirable place
ombaxakˌom.bɑ.ˈɣɑkna|ENGsmall black bird species with a yellow beak|TPIpisin|ROEamburekManga li yanoa ombaxak bagula xaba saing uxu lipudi yadingdi.This bird called ombaxak will sing and call out poeple’s names.GENERICmangbird
onganao.ˈŋɑ.nɑRamuk variantwanganani|ENGrainforest, bush, jungle growth that can be traversed|TPIbus|ROEmundangAsaxa xangxana duwa maluxu ongania.All sorts of wildlife live in the bush.
onggaioŋ.ˈɡɑina|ENGstarch banana species|TPIbanana|ROEwagaiGENERICbaxupbanana
onggatangˌoŋ.ɡɑ.ˈtɑŋna|ENGsweet banana species|TPIbanana|ROEgutangGENERICbaxupbanana
opˈopna|ENGtree species with edible fruit|TPIdiwai|ROEgusaksakGENERICxaitree
oranao.ˈrɑ.nɑFree variantwaranani|ENGfat|TPIgris|ROEoranaTitia ba bola orana haringing sibuna.Perhaps that land is extremely fertile.PHRASEtiti oranafertile soil
otiˈɔ.tiv1|ENGto fly|TPIplai|ROElukiBaing bagula mesa tegia oti laing sok kabalia.And it would fly away from the coast until it came to the hinterland.CROSS REFERENCExaisilosoar2|ENGto float or drift|TPIsindaun i stap long wara|ROEotiAm gaxabia moxa sabanga oti langia ma te.We weren’t aware that a big snake was gliding across the water toward us.IDIOMharuanga yang otingarumoroti bila mangdito have the quality of always traveling around to different areas, someone who doesn’t stay around in the village much or do much productive work
oti bila mangdiclause|ENGto have the quality of always traveling around to different areas, someone who doesn’t stay around in the village much or do much productive work|TPItrip manSYNONYMSkindi dimaxayatravelerhe flies like the birds
oti lang luniaclause|ENGto be submerged|TPIdrif insait long wara
owaˈo.wɑv|ENGto appear out of nowhere, to become visible|TPIkamap|ROEboronga ngolangBaing hainga owa masok.And the woman just appeared.PHRASEaxamang owangamdithings that grow wild, uncultivated
owa malivph|ENGto appear by itself, no one planted it
oxanao.ˈɣɑ.nɑni|ENGflower on a tree|TPIplaua|ROEorianaWHOLExaitree

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