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rekreksenintransitive verbSurkápte a sutEnglishslim; slenderThis is used of a person who is neither fat nor too skinny, but more of medium build.sekseklenreksen2.1Bodybody characteristic
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rohmanintransitive verbEnglishjumpTok Pisinkalaprohrohrohmanrohman palai; rohman pasi2.1Body7.2Movebody act; motion
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rohrohmanintransitive verbEnglishjumping up and downThis is the playful action of a small child pushing up and down on his parent's lap, or a person jumping in excitement.rohman2.1Body7.2Movebody act; motion
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rongrongboninalienable nounEnglishlump; gland that is swollen2.1Body2.5.1Sickbody part human; sickness
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rosngaitransitive verbEnglishchokeThis is choking from something inhaled.2.1Body2.5.1Sickbody act; sickness
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ruskauintransitive verbSurtu tuán má kápán masikEnglishskeletal; emaciatedTok Pisinbun natingekek1rus12.1Body2.5.1Sickbody characteristic; sickness
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rusrus1ruhruh1Englishgrowing thinrus12.1Body2.5.1Sickbody characteristic; sickness
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rusungrus3rusumrusuninalienable nounrusumrusunrus git (rus3)Englishsides of my torsoThis refers only to the sides of one's torso, not including the back or front of the body.pak rusunrus12.1Bodybody part human
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rutintransitive verbEnglishrunTok Pisinron/ ronowetuktukrutrut2.1Body7.2Movebody act; motion
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sagaugauintransitive verbSurlala dolon keken; imi bát taladengEnglishlong-legged; up highThis is used of very tall and thin people and of houses atop long poles.Rum imuda a lala dolon torson má ák lala imi bát taladeng. Ngo na pur á tekesi kalik til on, ki na liksa bingi kabin a sagaugau i torson.That house back there its posts are very long and it is extremely high in the sky. If some child will fall from it, then it will slam killing him because its posts are tall/high.6.5.1.1House2.1Bodybody characteristic; house
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saktádáitransitive verbSurtántánEnglishlook up; lift up one's headsoklatántántántán/tádái2.1Body7.2Movebody act; motion
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saliuintransitive verbEnglishwalkabout; saunter; strolllákláksaliu mai wáksalsaliu2.1Bodybody act
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salsaliuintransitive verbEnglishwalking about; sauntering; strollingsaliu2.1Body7.2Movebody act; motion
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sarerenalienable nounEnglishmembrane around the stomach2.1Bodybody part non-human
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sángáninalienable nounEnglishloins; inner thigh; crotchThis is where the legs and the trunk of the body join.páhwán2.1Bodybody part human
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sedensáhdáninalienable nounEnglishnail of hand or footTok Pisinkapa long han o lekSee the following entries for how this word is used in phrases.2.1Bodybody part human
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seden kátngán kekeninalienable nounEnglishtoenailnail of toe of footseden kekenkátngán kikingseden kátngán limán2.1Bodybody part human
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seden kátngán limáninalienable nounEnglishfingernailnail of finger of handseden limánkátngán limangseden kátngán keken2.1Bodybody part human
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seden kekeninalienable nounEnglishtoenailnail of footseden kátngán kekenkikingseden limán2.1Bodybody part human
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seden limáninalienable nounEnglishfingernailnail of handseden kátngán limánlimangseden keken2.1Bodybody part human
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seklenmodifierSurkápte a sutEnglishthin; slenderreksensekseklen2.1Bodybody characteristic
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sekseklenintransitive verbSurkápte a sutEnglishthin; slenderrekreksenseklen2.1Bodybody characteristic
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selsel2intransitive verbSurkápate pakta i bálEnglishflat-stomachedKálámul erei a lu lala namnam, mái sár ngo kápate pakta, a tu selsel á bál.That man eats a lot, however he is not big, his stomach is just flat.leplepselsel á balang2.1Bodybody characteristic
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sepen ngisáninalienable nounEnglishtoothpiece of toothngisang12.1Bodybody part human
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siksikauintransitive verbSurláklák mai tan kátngán kekenEnglishwalk quietly; walk on tiptoeThis might be done to avoid awakening someone, or to sneak up on another.Kono imuda a batam kalilik imuda i poron bu. Pákánbung a láklák tilamudi, a kálik lu siksikok sár uramuda pátum di suri mák di ngo dánih di longoi. A kálik lu siksikau uramuda pátum di má kápte di mákái.That one back there sneaked up on the kids back in the betel nut grove. When he walked from back (in the bush), he slowly walked on tiptoe toward there near them to see them (and) what they were doing. He just slowly tiptoed to near them and they did not see him.siksikok2.1Body7.2Movebody act; motion
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