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yaba parik manaclause
yabanaˈjɑ.bɑni|ENnative or proper place, where someone is from, or where something is supposed to be|TPples, asplesBagula ngala ngatongtongia song yabana bu ngata song nangnang mari, binabu ngaxang asaxua.I will build a fishpond so I can put domesticated fish into it, so I can eat meat.PHRASEtutunga yabanasurgical hospital, surgical theater, operating room, a place where surgery is performedyainga yabanablind or hiding place for hunting
yabimjɑ.ˈbimna|ENbanana species imported from the Yabem language group|TPbananaGENERICbaxupbanana
yabinajɑ.ˈbi.nɑni|ENhard, difficult|TPhatpela
yabubuk1ˌjɑ.bu.ˈbukna|ENgeneral term for any type of butterfly|TPbataplaiSPECIFICbukbukkaxaAtlas Mothbulamyabubuginabutterfly sprangranggosbutterfly sptaxumyabubuginabutterfly sp
yabubuk2ˌjɑ.bu.ˈbukna|ENflying fish|TPbataplai pisGENERICsongfish
yabukˈjɑ.bukna|ENgeneric name for any mushroom|TPmasrumTang dila ongania ba tang disai yabuk.The two of them went to the bush to look for mushrooms.SPECIFICbaxupyabuginamushroom spboipmushroom spdiknongmushroom spgilambungmushroom spkilanggatikmushroom spmanemnemmushroom spmaxatamtammushroom spmunringringmushroom spsigiximushroom spsilaksilakmoss spsuamyabuginamushroom sptangarangginamushroom sptinang1mushroom sptinangwainamushroom sptitiabuginamushroom sptoxohamushroom sptoxolonamushroom spukukmushroom spuxammushroom spxoxuamushroom spyabukyabukfungus sp
yabukyabukjɑ.ˌbuk.jɑ.ˈbukna|ENfungus species, grows on steps and other parts of a house|TPmasrumGENERICyabukmushroom
yabungjɑ.ˈbuŋna|ENnative spinach|TPaupaAramanthus gangeticus
yaduˈjɑ.duna|ENcentipede|TPhandethanGENERICmoxasnakeChilopoda
yagaˈjɑ.ɡɑv|ENto breathe|TPpulim winLuki mala laing hatuatu yagangua.He ran until he was out of breath.IDIOMyaganganoa supto die
yaganganoa supclause|ENto die|TPdaihis breathing finished
yaguaˌjɑ.ɡu.ˈɑʔv|ENto rest, to pause|TPmaloloAta tangaimgadi ba mari bu tayagua.Put your bilums down so we can rest.
yaguangajɑ.ˈɡwɑ.ŋɑ
yaguyagu1ˌjɑ.ɡu.ˈjɑ.ɡuna|ENSpotted Native CatGENERICasaxafaunaDasyurus albopunctatus
yaguyagu2ˌjɑ.ɡu.ˈjɑ.ɡuna|ENsugarcane species|TPsugaGENERICtup 1sugarcane
yaha1ˈjɑ.hɑv|ENto be happy|TPamamasKeston yaha sibuna mana suam hataxunadi ba, sok mala xapdi saing gamgamdi mari tangania.Keston was really happy about those cassowary eggs, he went out and got them and packed them into his bilum.
yaha2ˈjɑ.hɑv|ENto heat something up|TPhotimBaing ngama ngatau lang yahana saing ngayaha kigua saing ngawauba.Then I came and heated water and heated my foot and I lived.SYNONYMSlala1heat
yahanajɑ.ˈhɑ.nɑni|ENthe state of being hot|TPhatBaing ngama ngatau lang yahana saing ngayaha kigua saing ngawauba.Then I came and heated hot water and heated my foot and I lived.
yahayahaˌjɑ.hɑ.ˈjɑ.hɑna|ENsmall brown caterpillar species|TPsnekGENERICmoxasnake
yahiˈjɑ.hiv|ENto trample grass down to get it out of the way|TPpusim i go daunIla saing yahi raxangga ba, saing bo ba hang.He went and trampled down that elephant grass, and want to shoot it.
yai1ˈjɑiv|ENto tighten or stretch back a bowstring|TPtaitim
yai2ˈjɑiv|ENto lie in wait, to lie in ambush|TPwas, sambaiLipu tela yai umanga.A man was lying in wait at the garden.PHRASEyainga yabanablind or hiding place for hunting
yainga yabananp|ENblind or hiding place for hunting|TPples sambai
yakixajɑ.ˈki.ɣɑv|ENto pout to the point of refusing to participate|TPstraik