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i1water
i2put into
-isfxDEF; IMP
iaSIM; LOC; POSS
iatuaxe
iePOSS; 3:HAB
iiv-1put in (a bag)ivaune valiav iathe women will put the food in the bagnanei kupe i mi lapalet us put the potatoes in bags and carry them away
ikaiaiconfluent
ikokonailcfpikoko
ikuamn-AMnose-jewel
ikupn-Fempit pit, kind of vegetable (the plant looks as small maize), cauliflower
ikuvn-Longsea, pond, pool, soupiku kalovoseaikuv on pi van pia high seaikuv kutia high seaikuv miropanaiwavesikuv kinato make a puddle of waterlemon ikuve mi komietake the lemon and squeeze the juicevale ikuv kana uthere is a crowd
-ilsfxIL
ila1bamboo, native pipe (cf.ira)
ila21:HAB
ilailapekind of almond, nut, okali nut
ilaladried mountain stream, valley
ilalilitdewna ilalitua ma tiala, ou ovat mialaI shall not go in the dew, for I'll be sickkani ilalitubedewed track
ilalitdrizzle (which lasts many days and nights)
ilamapafence-ditch; rill, ditch, drain, trenchilama kutithe ditches are dugi kalote konaie, ilama ulo kuti kota tithe heavy rain falling down, the rills are dug, coming and going
ilatn-Roundnative bag, string bag, shorts pocketilat manito carry a string bag (on the head)
ilatokn-TempFulllarge string bag (of gardener)
ilautomn-TOMbracelet, pearl, beadsilautom kinamake a bracelet
ile1alas! (sigh, complaint)
ile2to fix a load on a stick to carry on the shouldersno ulo pelai ile alawe (dual) fixed the banana to the stick