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bulialienable nounEnglishcorpse; dead personTok Pisindaiman2Personperson
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dorah1intransitive verbSursosih i nas ngo kalang ngo mátmátiahEnglishset (as sun or moon)This is used of things which appear on a regular basis, as sun or moon or stars.kauradorah i mansin1.7Nature, environmentnature2alienable nounSurkálámul tili tilik malar á Niugini, pokon er a dorah i nas áiEnglishperson from mainland New Guinea; highlander2Personperson
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gárdukalienable nounSurkálámul paktaEnglishbig man2Personperson
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hutngin turintransitive serial verbEnglishnew generation; young peoplenew standingtur12Personperson
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kakuninalienable nounEnglishperson from; man fromThis word is usually followed by the name of a village, area, or some other locality.kakun kibal2Personperson
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kalikalienable nounEnglishmale or female child; baby; male of any ageThis term is used to refer to a baby or child of either gender, and often to a male who is not yet considered a pupunkak (old man). See the following entries for examples of this word used in idioms and phrases.kaliliksiusiu kán kalik2Personperson
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kalik alalphraseEnglishfavourite child; beloved child4.9.7.2Christianity2Personlotu; person
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kalik án sálidiomSurkalik a káhái ái mámán má kápte di talas suri kákánEnglishbastard; illegitimate childchild of the roadThis specifically refers to a child whose father is unknown or remains unnamed by the mother.natun sálsál13.5.3.1Word2Personinteresting idiom; person
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kalik án supláhphraseEnglishtroublemakertám supláh2Personperson
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kalik átláiátláialienable nounEnglishadolescent girl; young womanThe word átlái does not seem to appear by itself or with any word other than kalik (child).tahlikkaukak2Personperson
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kalik muralienable nounSurkalik a páng namurwai kono a táil; kalik a páng namurEnglishyounger child; descendantchild followingEvery child but the firstborn in a family is a kalik_mur.
Ái Tulu a mulán kalik i diar ái Kiap, mái Kiap a páng namurwa Tulu. Diar tuán sár, mái sár ngo ái Kiap a kalik mur.Tulu is the first child of them two (including) Kiap, and Kiap was born following/after Tulu. They two are brothers, however Kiap is the younger child.rang kopkommur12Person4.1.9Kinshipkinship; person
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kalilikalienable nounEnglishchildren; guysTok Pisinol pikinini; ol yangpelakalik4.2.1Come together, form a group2Persongroup; person
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katbán kálámulalienable nounEnglishmediatormiddle man2Personperson
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kauhalienable vocative nounEnglishboy child; sonTok Pisinpikinini manThis term is used generally by adults to refer to a male child whether he is one's own son or not.kaukaknatung2Person4.1.9Kinshipkinship; person
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kaukakalienable nounEnglishadolescent boy; young manTok Pisinyangpela mankalik átláikauh2Personperson
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káh kes (masik) (sár)idiomEnglishonly childgive birth one (alone) (just)Any combination of káh_kes with the above words in parentheses, or without them, renders the same meaning.káhái22Personperson
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káisán kálámulalienable nounEnglishassistant; helpera man's left side/handtám arardoskáisang2Personperson
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kálámulkánámulalienable nounEnglishman; personTok PisinmanThis seems to be used also to refer to things, possibly implying a thing that has force or life (such as evil).katbán kálámulkálámul a lu timtimanKálámul án Tapunukkálámul kulukkálámul paktalain sápkin kálámulminatin kálámulnatun kálámul (bia)tu kálámul kálámul (sár)2Personperson
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kálámul a lu timtimanalienable nounEnglishcarpenterperson who repairs/improvestimani2Personperson
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Kálámul án Tapunukalienable nounEnglishMan of SorrowsThis is one of the names for Jesus Christ, and the name of a hymn in Sursurunga.4.9.7.2Christianity2Personlotu; person
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kálámul kulukalienable nounEnglishimportant person; rich personman goodkonom2Personperson
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kálámul paktaalienable nounEnglishbig man; elder; leader; important personman big2Personperson
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káláu kápte be a kip wákidiomSurkaukak kápte be a ararit mai wákEnglishvirgin malemale not yet taken a femalekáláu1wák1wák kápte be a kip káláukipi2Personperson
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kámalienable nounEnglishone who cares for...This term seems to imply the enjoyment of caring for and/or training animals, so a kám_pap is a person who has a lot of dogs or likes taking care of dogs.2Personperson
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