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m3:OBL
ma1clothe oneself, put onome ketu mato clothe oneselftapua mato dress
ma2climb up; go up, come up,mae na mavago up, I go upnaneima oilovo oi malatoday we came up here
ma3verbal negation; Notice: "ma" before the last verb commands the negation of all the sentences:na ma naealaI shall not eatnanei ulo ote kaviata ma, mi koli enaealawe'll not insult not ill-treat themma validoubt
-masfx3:DS; PL
maiPL
mainin-Mascgrasshopper
mainopeacemaino mito make peacemaino tato make peace
maitn-Roundhouse, village
makamarkmaka muiolowithout any design, undrawnmala matai makasing, mark, licence, copyright (for standard designs of each tribe)
makokon-Mascthin, slimmakokomathe thin ones
malasinkipoa malato sink in the watervatav malaithe sun is going down (sunset)
malalatn-Roundscrotum
malaman-Mascsinging, songmalama kailenew songmalama kutito compose a songmalama tato sing
malamalasong
malavin-Mascorphan, poor creature, abandonediva malavipewidow
malelen-Mascpaper, writing, readingmalele pito writemalele tato readmalele ka tato read loudlymalele kato read (with eyes)malele kiataschool building
malenprohibition, interdiction
malomalon-Mascshamemalomalo lato be ashamed
mamnun
mamatambu rope; season
mamalavasago, sago tree
mamattambu rope
mamavtambu rope
manaladesert, no one lives theremani manaloadesert