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abisintransitive verbSurapsai kanus tiklik mai bátEnglishspit with a spraying effectI polgon bang tan kálámul ngo di lu mama ki dik lu abis sara ami bang. Di lu apsai teken mama.Inside the men's house people when they chew betel nut then they spit scattering all over the men's house. They spit out the betel nut leavings.apsai; kanus/kansiarabis2.1Bodybody act
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ak pogongam pogongán pogongpogonginalienable nounam pogongán pogongángit pogongEnglishmy neckThe noun pogong (neck) takes the edible forms of possessive pronouns, and a3 as a relater with proper names.Má ngorer a sangar i dos palai kesi tám arup suri tah kusi pogong a Ioanes má náng kipi lul. (Mar 6.27)And so he quickly commanded a soldier to cut-sever John's neck and get/bring his head.putai suk i án pogongtalkai suk i án pogong2.1Bodybody part human
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alalongraalienable nounEnglishhearingalongralongrai2.1Bodybody act
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an-itransitive verbSurkipi namnam uri ngudun mák ngas takap on máng konmiEnglisheatTok Pisinkaikaian tigánanansitani balamnamnam2.1Body5.2Foodbody act; food
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apsa-itransitive verbSurlong palai táit a kis i ngudunEnglishspit with a spraying effectWák a mon i sasam i bál, nabung má ák apsa palai dár tili ngudun má namur ák mat.The woman who had a sickness in her stomach, yesterday she spit out blood from her mouth and later she died.abiskanus/kansi2.1Bodybody act
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arabisintransitive verbSurarkanusEnglishspit on someoneThis includes the custom of spitting chewed ginger on someone for curing illness or to fortify dancers.Tan gengen kalilik ngo di arpilgut arliu i di, ki di lu longoi á tatalen án arkanus. Te pákán di lu mumuk pasi dan mai ngus di má dik arabis arliu i di mai.The little kids when they are angry with each other, then they do the custom of spitting. Sometimes they suck up water with their mouths and then spit on each other with it.abis2.1Body2.5.7.2Medicine4.3.9.1Customanthro; body act; medicine
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araratintransitive verbEnglishbiteTok Pisinkaikaim manarat/árti2.1Bodybody act
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arat / ártisyncopated verbEnglishbiteTok Pisinkaikaim long titÁi lik a upmaiat ada i lulawar má ák árti i kuk kabin kápate tola timani kuk.The girl was fishing out on the reef and a crab bit her because she did not hold on to it correctly.Ngo kes a namnam mák árti kermen, uri pukpuksa a sálán ngo urtarang a sungi sur án te.If someone is eating and bites his own tongue, the story is that an evil spirit is asking for some food.araratarat i pokon kalkalung2.1Bodybody act
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arkinitintransitive verbEnglishbiteThis includes the bite of a bedbug.kinit/kinti2.1Bodybody act
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arungar2arumaurinalienable nounarumaurar git (ar2)Englishmy faceTok Pisinpes bilong mipáspásán aursolon aur2.1Bodybody part human
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asus-itransitive verbEnglishfeed at the breast; nursecause to suck and receive milksus12.1Bodybody act
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atur pukun kekphraseEnglishkneelstand one's kneepukun kekenatur/atri2.1Bodybody act
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árárháráralienable nounEnglishperitoneumThis is the membrane that surrounds the stomach and other internal organs.2.1Bodybody part human
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bahingbah2bahimbahininalienable nounbahimbahinbah git (bah2)Englishmy backTok Pisinbaksait bilong mituán bahintur i bahin2.1Bodybody part human
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balangbalambálinalienable nounbalambálbál gitEnglishmy stomach; my abdomenTok Pisinbel bilong miThis term in all forms can be used figuratively to refer to pregnancy.Mulán balang iau káhái wák, má kak áruán kákáh iang káhái káláu.My first stomach/pregnancy I gave birth to a girl, and my second birth-giving I carried a boy.ani balamna uri balam mána uri balam sárselsel á balang2.1Bodybody part human
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bangininalienable nounEnglishperitoneumThis refers to the sac or membrane surrounding the soft organs of the body, separating the organs from the muscles and bones. It is also used idiomatically to express emotion.gáu i bangin2.1Bodybody part human
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bábán1inalienable nounEnglishwing of bird or airplane; flap of a rayTok Pisinwing bilong pisinThe flap of a ray is also called báisun.
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báisuninalienable nounEnglishleg of a turtle; flap of a rayThe flap of a ray is also called bábán (its wing).ar1unsis2.1Bodybody part non-human
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bingangbingbingambingáninalienable nounbingambingánbing gitEnglishmy nose mucusTok Pisinnus kus bilong mi2.1Bodybody part human
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bon (?)intransitive verbEnglishhold one's breath (?)2.1Bodybody act
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bongbongangbongbong2bongbongambongbongoninalienable nounbongbongambongbongonbongbong git (?) (bongbong2)Englishmy chest2.1Bodybody part human
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boptinintransitive verbEnglishsleepBoptin is the generic term for sleep while bop_kolor_no is to be lying down with one's eyes closed but not sleeping, just resting. Barung is to drop off into a deep sleep, and dongor is also used of deep sleep. Boptin_taun is to oversleep or sleep late. Bop includes the whole idea of spending the night as opposed to just sleeping, and bopbop is merely the act of lying down. The terms suám and tukaul connote being sleepy, even nodding, but not quite asleep.pán1barung2bopbopbopbop kolor nodongorboptin maiboptin taunsuámtukaul2.1Bodybody act
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botngininalienable nounEnglishtorso size or shapeTok PisinsaisThis word is used of humans or of animals that have a torso like pigs or dogs. It can also be used of certain fruits.Kak bor tungu iau isi uramudi a pakta á botngin suri botngin bor minái di isi ur main.My pig previously I caught (to give/send) upcoast its size was larger than the size of this pig they caught (to give/send) here.Kak hun imi bos kápate kuluk á botngin kabin iau soi i lul hat, pasi kápate lain u. Tan teten a tu gengen sár.My bananas up in the bush their size is not good because I planted them on top of a rock(y area), so they did not bear well. Its banana hands are only just small.2.1Bodybody part human
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bunráninalienable nounEnglishscar2.1Bodybody part human
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bungbungalienable noun1EnglishheaddressTok Pisinbilas bilong hetFor differentiation of headdresses and their parts, see kangal.
balaparipbangbang2biarkamrogoskangal4.3.9.1Customanthro
2Englishcockscomb2.1Bodybody part non-human
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