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xabaˈxɑ.bɑv|ENGto scream, to cry out, chirp, or make like sounds, the cry of an animal, the sound most animals make|TPIsingaut|ROExabaHaing ma lungu bina tela xaba ba, “Prep, prep, prep.”He climbed up and heard a bug chirping, ‘Prep, prep, prep.’
xabaˈxɑ.bɑna|ENGbed|TPIbet|ROExabaAm gasaba mua ina sahi xaba ba laing sup.We were shaving (the wood) and he was finishing up that bed.SYNONYMSuxaingabed
xabaˈxɑ.bɑna|ENGdish or reservoir for collecting the fluid for making sago paste|TPIbet bilong saksak|ROExaba
xabatixɑ.ˈbɑ.tiv|ENGto be deflated or collapsed, to have loose skin|TPIslek|ROEmaxuxu
xabiaxɑ.ˈbi.ɑv|ENGto know|TPIsave|ROEsamaNgaxabia numa tongtongiangana.I know how to build a house.DERIVATIVExabiangaknowledgePHRASExabianga maringinawisdom, good thinking applied well
xabiangaˌxɑ.bi.ˈɑ.ŋɑnw|ENGknowledge|TPIsave|ROEsamangaBaing dibala garadingdi ba, “Bagula ala axap xabianga nakira bu axugia yabaroa bu tasok xalaxalam.”And they tell their children, ‘You will go get knowledge for us so you can change our area so we become prosperous.’
xabianga maringinanph|ENGwisdom, good thinking applied well|TPIgutpela save|ROEpatuminga paringina
xabuˈxɑ.buna|ENGgrouping of something, pile of food|TPIgrup|ROEburanga
xabubuxɑ.ˈbu.buv|ENGto be covered|TPIkaramap|ROEkauImang xabubungam te.There wasn’t any blanket.DERIVATIVExabubuato cover with something or conceal something
xabubuaˌxɑ.bu.ˈbu.ɑv|ENGto cover with something or conceal something|TPIkaramap|ROEkaukaungana
xadeginaˌxɑ.de.ˈɡi.nɑni|ENGto be upset about something done to you|TPIbel hevi|ROEmaruwa
xagaˈxɑ.ɡɑv|ENGto grate foods such as bananas, taro, cassava or corn using cane, roofing iron or a grater to combine with other foods in cooking|TPIsikrapim|ROErisiCROSS REFERENCExangxengcane
xagangaxɑ.ˈɡɑ.ŋɑna|ENGflour|TPIplaua
xahengxahengˌxɑ.heŋ.ˈɣɑ.heŋna|ENGscorpion|TPIbinatang|ROEgamandingGENERICbinainsect
xahiˈxɑ.hina|ENGlean-to, rough shelter|TPIhaus gaden|ROExapiDitongtongia xahi xaung kabukabu asaxama.They built a shelter and a platform for the animals.
xahiˈxɑ.hiv|ENGto sting, the action of an animal or insect stinging with its hindquarters|TPIkaikaim|ROExapi
xaiˈxɑina|ENGgeneral term for any tree or the wood from that tree|TPIdiwai|ROExaiDitaxiti xai, waxu saing digoxigoxi taxak tela.The cut up the tree and vines and fastened a ladder together.PARToxanafloweryanginaleafSPECIFICabaktree spangaxichestnutaxaimaitree spaxixiutree spbandamtree spbaniputree spbangbangironwoodbaxaromcoral treebiluxamtree spbingambingamtree spbongtree spbuppandanus spdalerosewooddexungtree spdibiktree spdimaktree spdombanyan treedubingnoni treegalungcoconutgatakrubber treegaumtree spgawangtree spgaxamulimbum spgaxanangtree spgebugebutree spgelangtree spgembangbreadfruitgilunggilungtree spginggingwalnutgudelicitrus treegumangtree spgusagusaktree spgusaktree spguwawaguavaguxumutree sphakanapalm treehalegaramuthataxumangtree sphitasagohompandanus sphuyapKapok treeibilibilippalm spkaikaipalm spkakaucacaokautuprattan palmkuaitree splanglangtree spmadanutmeg treemahangtree spmambungaFish Poison treemanggalaktree spmangoklipstick treemaramarapoincianamasixisixipalmmatiptree spmondelengtree spmoxoxubangtree spmulicitrusmuyuptree spnalatree spnuangtree spoptree spoxangmalay apple sppaipkonastar fruitpepaipapayarabumtree spragongtree spraiyongpalm sprimoxongtree spriutree sprixangilimo treeropoktree sprubetaunsalangtree spsamatree spsamolimolitree spsamoxuxucallophylum.treesaxeptree spsimbungwild almondtahektree sptaiktree sptaliatropical almondtautautree sptaxumpalm sptuxutree spunihipandanus spungbreadfruitunggakmalay apple spungungabetelnutwamtree spwawaimangoxarubitree spxatangtree spxoisea hibiscusyonggamgnemonCOMPOUNDxailongtree leaf, book or paper, toilet paperIDIOMxai sabanga moxona haing manasomeone who has epilepsy or seizuresKEYTERM PHRASExai balingamcross, the wood used to affix Jesus to when he was crucifiedPHRASExai mumulandiundergrowth, the small trees and plants on the forest floorxai uxundirainforest canopy, the topmost portion of the jungle
xaiˈxɑiadj|ENGto be good, positive, suitable|TPIgutpela|ROExaiLongga ba sok xai sibuna.That village has become really good.DERIVATIVExailianoagoodnessKEYTERM PHRASElong xaiyaheavenRunginga XaiProverbs, a book of the Bibleulek xaigospel or good newsSAYINGyambong xaigreeting, good night, good eveningPHRASElonga xaiperiod of good weather, such that it affects the village positively
xaiˈxɑiv|ENGto pull|TPIpulim|ROEraiDaxai xaiding waganoa mari tegia.They pulled their outrigger out into the sea.PHRASExai hatuminganoato influence someone’s perspectivexai usato snuf, to snifflexai yangato breathe
xaiˈxɑiv|ENGto chirp, the act of bugs making sounds|TPIsingaut|ROExaba
xai balingamnph|ENGcross, the wood used to affix Jesus to when he was crucified|TPIkros|ROExai balenganaBabu mana xailong, xai balingam, hatung luwa hiliana, balum luwa hiliana.The picture for the book has a cross, three stars and three eagles.crossed wood
xai hatuminganoaclause|ENGto influence someone’s perspective|TPIpulim tingting|ROErai patumingano
xai mumulandinph|ENGundergrowth, the small trees and plants on the forest floor|TPIol nupela diwai|ROExai mumulana
xai namudinph|ENGforest floor|TPIas bilong ol diwai|ROExai namu
xai sabanga moxona haing manaclause|ENGsomeone who has epilepsy or seizures|TPIguriaa large tree’s owner went upon him