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tudungtodontudumtutinalienable nountudumtodontut gitEnglishmy genitals (female)This term includes both vagina and urethra.sitán wák2.1Bodybody part human
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tukaulintransitive verbEnglishnod because you're sleepysuámboptin2.1Bodybody act
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tukul tukulintransitive verbSurkápate láklák nokwanEnglishstaggeringThis is used of young children learning to walk or a short person walking.tantantan2.1Bodybody act
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tul2alienable nounEnglishearwax2.1Bodybody part human
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untipintransitive verbSurmátán mansin kán tu him sangsangarEnglishpulsing rapidly; rapid heartbeatThis refers to the action of one's heart beating or pulsing more rapidly than normal. Contrast this word with sotip which indicates exactly the opposite, i.e. a stopped heart.Ák tu lu untip má mansin ái koner er a mátut.That fellow who's afraid, his heart/breathing centre is pulsing rapidly.somratsotiptip2.1Bodybody act
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ung1on1u2umuninalienable nounumon1, unu git (u2)Englishmy skin; my bodyTok Pisinsikin bilong miÁi Moses a longrai ngorer mák lala mátut má ák surbáráu i on, má ngorer kápate mákmák suri aun kábau erei. (Apo 7.32)Moses heard that and he was greatly afraid and his skin/body goose-bumped, and therefore he did not look toward that tree/bush.Má suri na pilpil kaleng i kápán páplun, tám osmapak na timsi kálámul er mai dárán ololas má iahiah un bulumakau dikte osoi. (Eba 9.13)And so that his body would be pure again, the priest would sprinkle that person with the blood of an animal and the ashes of a cow whose body they had burned.páplun2.1Bodybody part human
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usum / usmaitransitive verb, irregularEnglishsmell; sniffTok Pisinsimelimususum2.1Bodybody act
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wán kubaualienable noun1Englishfruitfruit of a tree1.5Plant5.2Foodfood; tree/plant2EnglishAdam's apple2.1Bodybody part human
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