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rabangrɑ.ˈbɑŋ1v|ENblock, fasten|TPpasim, paulDila dirabang numang xaluxindiThey went and fastened the doors to the house.2v|ENfrustrate, confuse|TPpaulimBungina ila, baing rabang mana langga ba, saing haxa mana daxanga xan tela.When he left, he was confused regarding that river, and he walked on a different path.3ni|ENtangled|TPpaulimCOMPOUNDharabangto cause to be disorientated
rabanganaˌrɑ.bɑ.ˈŋɑ.nɑadj|ENcliff or landslidden area|TPples graun i go antap tumasTang dibasia mana long rabangana rubinia ma.The two of the traversed the edge of that cliff.
rabarabaˌrɑ.bɑ.ˈrɑ.bɑna|ENowl species|TPpisinMangga ba yanoa Rabaraba. Maxandi ditubu saing dibong.That bird’s name is Owl. It’s eyes are large and bulge out.GENERICmang1bird
raboraborɑ.ˌbo.rɑ.ˈboʔna|ENAlpinia, a flowering ginger species used as personal decoration for dances|TPgorgorLuki mala hisa raborabo namuya.She ran off and hid on the ground in the ginger patch.GENERIChaidangaflowerAlpinia
rabumrɑ.ˈbumna|ENtree species that gives good sap|TPdiwaiGENERICxai1tree
rabum nangnangrɑ.ˈbum nɑŋ.ˈnɑŋnp|ENFrangipani tree|TPdiwaiGENERIChaidangaflowerPlumeria
ragaˈrɑ.ɡɑv|ENto sew or stitch|TPsamapimLaing sup, goxi urongua, baing raga hitadi mahaing.When that’s done, he’ll tie up the roofing, and sew the sago thatch on top of it.
ragiprɑ.ˈɡipna|ENcoastal wild fowl|TPwelpaulGENERICmang1bird
ragomarɑ.ˈɡo.mɑna|ENsmall freshwater fish species|TPpisGENERICsongfish
ragongrɑ.ˈɡoŋna|ENtree species, used in housebuilding for floor joists and studs|TPdiwaiGENERICxai1tree
Ragongiarɑ.ˈɡo.ŋi.ɑnp|ENRagonia, a place near the Uxa River|TPRagongia
ragu1ˈrɑ.ɡuv|ENto wait|TPwetTaragu waxu dimutuxu to.Let’s wait for the vines to dry up first.IDIOMta ragunga manato hope with expectation of a positive outcome
ragu2ˈrɑ.ɡuna|ENborder around property, mark indicating ownership|TPmakBungina ragudi disup, tauna lipu gaxarea uning ragu na ba, ubaladi ba dima duxuma.When the borders are complete, all right whoever you marked a border for, you tell them to come plant.
raguxasˌrɑ.ɡu.ˈɣɑs
raiˈrɑiv|ENto carry holding by the hand|TPkarimKianda rai waxang ne Willie xoxi ruang xaung gulu.Kianda carried his bush knife but Willie carried his bow and arrows.
raingangrɑi.ˈŋɑŋna|ENlarge grey bird species|TPpisinGENERICmang1bird
ralarɑ.ˈlɑʔna|ENsingle point arrow|TPspiaBaing lungu bibinganoa, baing hamaringia nagunginoa xaung xap rala tela.And he heard it’s noise, then he got his torch ready and got an arrow.
ralamaxunginaˌrɑ.lɑ.ˌmɑ.ɣu.ˈŋi.nɑni|ENsmall white snake species|TPsnekGENERICmoxasnake
ralanaˈrɑ.lɑni|ENbrilliance, radiance, shining light, glory|TPbikpela lait
ram1ˈrɑmv|ENto lick|TPklinim long tang
ram2ˈrɑmna|ENgarfish|TPlongpela mausGENERICsongfish
ram manaclause|ENto smack the tongue (something tastes good)
ramaˈrɑ.mɑv|ENto roast on top of the fire|TPkukimDitung numanoa saing yaba rama mati.They burned the house down and the fire roasted him to death.
ramanramanginarɑ.ˌmɑn.rɑ.ˈmɑŋni|ENribs|TPbanisCROSS REFERENCEwagixanarib
ramangˈrɑ.mɑŋna|ENwall woven from split bamboo|TPblainNgaraga masup, baing ngataxi ramang.When I finished sewing up (the roof), then I cut the (bamboo for the) walls.PHRASEramang numanainitiation house, a temporary structure built especially for this purpose