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koroson lulinalienable nounEnglishskullTok Pisinbun bilong hetlulung2.1Bodybody part human
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kultáninalienable nounEnglishthroatThis includes both the windpipe and the esophagus. This typically occurs with 'neck', as in kultán_am_pogong (your neck's throat).2.1Bodybody part human
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kusupalienable nounEnglishfontanel2.1Bodybody part human
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kutintransitive verb1Surkápte a talas i polgonEnglishblockedPolgon tulal erei kápate talas. Pákánbung ngo di husi, ki kápate tang kuluk. Ngo una mákmák uramuni polgon, ki una mákái ngo a kut.The inside of that flute is not clear. When they blow it, it does not cry/sound good. If you will look around inside, then you will see that it is blocked.dung kukut kári2Sura batbat i peden mátánEnglishshut one's eyes2.1Bodybody act3SurrauEnglishblindraubeu kut
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lalin bewanglalin beulalin bewamlalin beweninalienable nounlalin bewamlalin bewenlalin beu gitEnglishmy armpit2.1Bodybody part human
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láklák1intransitive verbSurhan mai keken kálámul; saliuEnglishwalkTok PisinwokabautRang turang di lu lala nem i iau ngo gima lu saliu, mái sár iau lu kulkulut i di kabin iau lu merok i láklák. A lu rangrang i kiking ngo iau lu saliu.My friends really want me that I will walk around (with them), but I refuse them because I get tired when I walk. My feet/legs hurt if I walk around.rapsaliuláklákláklálákaláklákái; lákái2.1Bodybody act2alienable nounEnglishjourney; tripinan3kurtángsin láklák
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lápráninalienable noun1Englishsole; palm (of hand)This word must be combined with either limán (hand) or keken (leg) to specify whether the palm of the hand or the sole of the foot is being referred to.láprán kekenláprán limán2.1Bodybody part human2Englishflesh along the sides of the body of a fishThis refers to the part of a fish or eel where the meaty parts are, the body. The equivalent part of animals or humans is the pokion (torso).pinsántápránláprán tabun2.1Bodybody part non-human
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láprán kekenalienable nounEnglishsole of the footkiking2.1Bodybody part human
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láprán limáninalienable nounEnglishpalm of the handlimang2.1Bodybody part human
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láprán tabuninalienable nounEnglishcaudal finThis is the flat part of a fish tail at the very end.2.1Bodybody part non-human
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lok1alienable nounSurngisán bor; bor a mon i lokonEnglishtusk; pig with large curved teethA pig when it is 3 years old, then its teeth stick out there on the outside (of its mouth), then that pig they call lok.
lokon12.1Bodybody part non-human
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lokon1inalienable nounEnglishtuskIn addition to being used to refer to pig tusks, this word can also refer to the teeth of certain fish that have small tusk-like protrusions or teeth that stick out slightly (see mangar and táuh).
lok1Taba Lokon2.1Bodybody part non-human
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lokon2inalienable nounEnglishdrop of (blood)2.1Bodybody part human
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loloalienable nounSurnukun kálámulEnglishmale genitalsThis term includes both penis and scrotum.sitán káláu2.1Bodybody part human
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longra-itransitive verbEnglishhearTok PisinharimSee the preceding entries for some examples of this word used in serial verb constructions.alalongraalongratu longlongrai2.1Bodybody act
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losangloslosamlosoninalienable nounlosamlosonlos gitEnglishmy scrotumTok Pisinbol bilong misitán káláuloson lamas2.1Bodybody part human
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luirinalienable nounEnglishtear (in eye)This is typically combined with mátán (eye) as in luir_mátán.
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mansingmansimmansin2inalienable nounmansimmansin2mansin i gitSurhauhaungesEnglishmy breathingA tu kuir á kán hauhaunges ái koner pasi kápate arwat suri na lum ada i lámán. Ái rung sár a dol i mansin i di, di da han suri lumi sus ida i lámán.That one's breathing is just short resulting in it is not possible for him to dive out in the deep. Just those whose breathing is long (who can hold their breath a long time), they can go to dive for giant clams out in the deep.dol i mansindorah i mansinkuir i mansinmansin kihkihmátán mansinmut i mansinpil i mansinrah i mansintip i mansin2.1Bodybody part human
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mangeh arkularkulintransitive verbSursangsangar i haungesEnglishsigh; short-winded; breathing rapidlyThis could refer to a single sigh in weariness or frustration, or to a person who is close to dying and is short-winded.Kono inang i bang ák sangsangar má kán haunges. A mákmák ngoro pátum má na mat, pasi ák mangeh arkul má.That one down there in the men's house his breathing is rapid. It looks like he will die soon, resulting in he is breathing rapidly.haunges átur2.1Bodybody act
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map2alienable nounEnglishafterbirthmapánmaprun2.1Bodybody part human
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maprunalienable nounEnglishplacenta or fetal sac (?)nitán beumap22.1Bodybody part human
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mapsuintransitive verbEnglishsneeze2.1Bodybody act
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matintransitive verbEnglishdie (generic term)Tok PisindaiSursurungas attribute death to the following causes: sickness, injury, old age, sorcery, and unxplained or unrecognized causes. This word is used in idioms to indicate doing something excessively. See the cross references and the following entries for some examples of this word used in idioms and phrases.mut i mansinrah i mansinsagul manmanirsotiptip i mansinbumbum matminattám bumbum mattám minminok mattám namnam mattám wángwáng mattám worwor mat2.1Body2.5.1Sickbody act; sickness
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