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gumgumán kaukau i kekeninalienable nounEnglishheelsweet potato end on the footkiking2.1Bodybody part human
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hauhaungesintransitive verbEnglishbreathinghaunges2.1Bodybody act
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haungesaungesintransitive verb1Surarsok i án mudán pákánbungEnglishcease; rest; vacationTok PisinmaloloThis term implies a temporary cessation of work or responsibility with the expectation that one will resume at a later time, contrasting with arsok which implies a permanent cessation.Git lala talar mai tan táit uri pasbat i rumán lotu má kápgite sengsegeng. Sangar má giták lu long palai má giták haunges!We are working greatly with the things for opening the church and we are not free (to do anything else). Hurry and let's remove/finish it and let's rest!ahaungesarahaungeshaunges tigán2Englishbreathemangehhauhaungeshaunges átur2.1Bodybody act
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haunges áturáturintransitive verbSursangsangar i haungesEnglishbreathing rapidlyKálámul imunang ák sangsangar má kán haunges. A haunges átur má gut suri nák mat.That man down there his breathing is fast. He is probably breathing rapidly because he is going to die.mangeh arkul2.1Bodybody act
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hol1transitive verb taking onEnglishthink; decideTok Pisintingting; tingimThe verb hol is often followed by a relative clause, i.e. hol_on_ngo... (think that...). Traditionally, Sursurungas did not assign a body part for where thinking takes place, although it was often ascribed to the bál (stomach). This is a common verb with many figurative and idiomatic uses. See the following entries for some examples of these.holhol2alienable nounEnglishmind; thinkingTok Pisintingtingaru i holgáwár i holkáp kán te holkepwen holkuron i holoboi i holpolon á holpongpong i holposal i holpukdai holsangnán á kán holtaun i kán holtaun uri kán holtuan sang i kán holtur i kán hol2.1Bodybody part human
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hus-itransitive verbEnglishblowTok PisinboloimThis term is used of a person blowing something, including blowing on a fire to make it light. This requires a human agent/subject. It is not used of the wind blowing something although the south wind is called tám_hushus (one who keeps on blowing).hushushus palai; husai2.1Bodybody act
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ilangintransitive verbEnglishturn the face or bodyTok Pisintanim pesWhile ilang implies turning only the face or body to look around, aririu implies turning one's body completely around the other direction. This verb uses ar- to transitivize.aririutapriuarilangilang kalengilang palai; ilang taladeng alari2.1Body7.2Movebody act; motion
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ilkánálkininalienable nounEnglishscales of fishTok Pisinbirile bilong pis2.1Bodybody part non-human
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ironinalienable nounEnglishsaliva; spitTok Pisinwara bilong maus2.1Bodybody part human
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irwatalienable nounEnglishblood vesselirwatin2.1Bodybody part human
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irwatininalienable nounEnglishblood vessel; artery; veinThis may also refer to the spinal cord.irwat2.1Bodybody part human
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kahalienable noun1Englishstarchy vegetable which grows on a plant above groundbalbal15.2Foodfood2EnglishkidneyThis body part is called kah because it is shaped like the fruit of the kah plant.2.1Bodybody part human
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kalahalienable nounEnglishpig insides mumued with greensThis is the blood and certain soft parts of a pig mixed together with pákán_pátmái (pátmái leaves) or some other kind of greens, then wrapped together and mumued. This includes the parts of the pig such as pokon_bál (intestines), nitán (liver), bangin (peritoneum), pikiskapu (flesh along the back).2.1Body5.2Foodbody part non-human; food
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kalkuirinalienable nounSurtan kukuir onEnglishbits and pieces; partsThis term seems to be used when referring to the parts of the body or parts of a house when the entire body or house is being talked about. Kuir is used when only referring to one of the parts, or when only one of the parts is in focus.I kápán páplun kálámul a toltolom on sang á tan kukuir er a sosopas uri kápán páplun. Má tan kalkuir kápán páplun er a lite arsagil mul á kándi talar keskeskes.In a person's body there are various parts that join into (making) the body. And those parts of the body each of their jobs are different-separating (very different) also.kuir6.5.1.1House2.1Bodybody part human; house
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kansangkansamkansákansáninalienable nounkansamkansánkansá gitEnglishmy saliva; my spitkankansai; kansai; kanus/kansi2.1Bodybody part human
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kapsuninalienable nounEnglishgall bladder2.1Bodybody part human
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karakalienable nounEnglishphlegm; mucusThis describes mucus coughed up from the lungs and respiratory passages.2.1Bodybody part human
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katláninalienable nounSurkotlin losonEnglishtesticlesitán káláu2.1Bodybody part human
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kaungangkaungamkaungákaungáninalienable nounkaungamkaungánkaungá gitEnglishmy voice2.1Bodybody part human
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kábálEnglishlap (?)2.1Bodybody part human
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kábulungkábulkábuluminalienable nounkábulumkábulkábul i gitEnglishback of my neckTok Pisinbaksait long hetpus kábul2.1Bodybody part human
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káikintransitive verbEnglishvomitkáik uri bálkáikánkáikai2.1Body2.5.1Sickbody act; sickness
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káika-itransitive verbEnglishvomitmumkaikáikkáika palai2.1Bodybody act
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káikáninalienable nounEnglishhis vomitkáik2.1Bodybody part human
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káisangkáiskáisamkáisáninalienable nounkáisamkáisánkáis gitEnglishmy leftTok Pisinkaismingingkáiskáisán kálámul2.1Bodybody part human
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