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kálgiralienable nounEnglishfemale genitalssitán wák2.1Bodybody part human
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káling1káilkáliminalienable nounkálimkáilkáil i gitEnglishmy shoulderTok Pisinsol bilong mikáil pap2.1Bodybody part human
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kápáninalienable nounEnglishskin; covering; bark of a tree; husk; shellTok PisinsikinSee the cross references and the following entries for some examples of this word used in idioms and phrases.paulántáprákuntopolkápánelkápkápán1nomnobon kápán nukunpalpal kápán táu2.1Bodybody part human
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kápán ngudungkápán ngudumkápán ngudunkápán ngusinalienable nounkápán ngudumkápán ngudunkápán ngus gitEnglishmy lip(s)skin/cover of the mouth2.1Bodybody part human
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kápán pápluninalienable nounEnglishhis body; her bodyskin of the bodytar3tar kápán páplun2.1Bodybody part human
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kápán urtarangidiomEnglishouter skin cells; epidermisskin of a spiritThis is the very outer layer of skin that comes off easily by scratching or rubbing. Beneath that is the kápán_muswan (true skin).2.1Body3.5.3.1Wordbody part human; interesting idiom
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káptakalienable nounEnglishfecestiking2.1Bodybody part human
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kárngáninalienable nounEnglishscab2.1Body2.5.1Sickbody part human; sickness
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kátngáninalienable nounEnglishfinger; toeThis word must be combined with either limán (hand) or keken (leg) to specify whether a finger or toe is being referred to.kátngán kikingkátngán limang2.1Bodybody part human
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kátngán kikingkátngán kekenkátngán kikkátngán kikiminalienable nounkátngán kikimkátngán kekenkátngán kik gitEnglishmy toeThis term is also used for the legs of crustaceans such as crabs, lobster, prawns, and shrimp.kátngán limangseden kátngán keken2.1Bodybody part human
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kátngán limangkátngán limkátngán limamkátngán limáninalienable nounkátngán limamkátngán limánkátngán lim gitEnglishmy fingerkátngán kikingseden kátngán limán2.1Bodybody part human
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kelkelangkelkelamkelkeleninalienable nounkelkelamkelkelenkelkelen i gitEnglishthe sides of my waistThis refers only to the two sides of the waist area, not the front or back.nahlang2.1Bodybody part human
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kemangkemkemamkemeninalienable nounkemamkemenkem gitEnglishmy footprint2.1Bodybody part human
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kenintransitive verbEnglishhiccup2.1Bodybody act
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kepsangkepsamkepsekepseninalienable nounkepsamkepsenkepse gitEnglishmy chin; my jawTok Pisinwasket bilong mikebesennihun kepsen2.1Bodybody part human
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kerem1alienable nounEnglishtonguekermang2.1Bodybody part human2intransitive verbSursoai kermen uri malarEnglishstick out one's tongueNengen gim sorliu iatung, ki ák soai kermen uri gim á wák erei. Kápte te táit gim longoi mai er áng kerem uri gim.Earlier (when) we passed by there, that woman stuck out her tongue to us. There was nothing we did with her that she stuck out her tongue to us.kerem keremsoso kerem3intransitive verbSurkurkuremEnglishflame up; light upsoso kerem1.7Nature, environmentnature
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kermangkermamkermekermeninalienable nounkermamkermenkerme gitEnglishmy tonguearu i kermenkeremtoltolom i kermen2.1Bodybody part human
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keukeninalienable nounEnglishtentacle of an octopus or squid or jellyfishThe hands of the kurit (octopus) and waneng (squid) and tastas (jellyfish) are called keuken. If the keuken of the octopus and the keuken of the squid grabs a person or a thing, then it will stick. And it will be a bit difficult to remove it. (Additional information: This is an edible part of both octopus and squid.)kurittastaswaneng2.1Bodybody part non-human
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kikingkekenkikkikiminalienable nounkikimkekenkik gitEnglishmy legTok Pisinlek bilong mibákbákar kekburkikinggumgumán kaukau i kekenláprán kekenpukun kekensaskeksasaskekseden keken2.1Bodybody part human
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kiraualienable noun1EnglishstickTok Pisinsitik bilong rausim sikin bilong kokonasThis is a sharpened and pointed stick used for breaking open coconuts or digging in the garden.sus2kirkai5.2.1Food preparation6.7Tool6.2.1Growing cropscooking; garden; tool2Englishfin of a fish2.1Bodybody part non-human
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kodil mátáninalienable nounEnglishcornea; eyeball (?)2.1Bodybody part human
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koikoialienable noun1Surkatlán loson ololas ngo rokoiEnglishtesticle(s)This is the usual word for animal testicles, and is not used of humans unless there is a sickness involved.sitán káláu2.1Bodybody part non-human2Surkatlán loson a paktaEnglishsickness characterized by enlarged testiclesThis sickness can affect both men and animals.wán mimia2.5.1Sicksickness
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kom2alienable nounEnglishhorn on the head of an animalkomon2.1Bodybody part non-human
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komlok batin ngisalienable nounEnglishmolarThese are the large teeth toward the back of the mouth.ngisang12.1Bodybody part human
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komoninalienable nounEnglishits hornThis is the horn of an animal.kom22.1Bodybody part non-human
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