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aa6 2DETahesa1 1DETcertainov. synhudo'i 6hudo'i 1ov. synesega 4bwa'ibwa'ina2hudo'i 1mabada 3advlong time (a)Mabada, babada sun sa ginaulidi.Long ago, our elders made houses called "Sun."Li'e wa hige mabadadi na sa in, pa'ana tanohi hige i potopoto.It didn't take long for the seeds to sprout, because the soil was not deep.anthige walolona 1yo2 2NEW INFOa
a certainhudo'i 2pei~hudoꞌiyenDETa certain
a certain one, one, a (introducing new information)hudo'i 6pei~hudoꞌiyenDETa certain one, one, a (introducing new information)Na yau egu pilipilidai hudo'i. Oyagi hudo'i galina yai E ti'eti'e,And this is one of my stories, I was peeking into the hole of a certain tree.ov. synhesa1 1
a; anhesa1 2DETa; anWaihin hesa hinaga afa lofuna luwaga.There was a certain woman and also her two brothers.
abandonluhu~fafadabalaladi 2Vtrabandon (to)
abandon somethinglau~afulen 1Vtrabandon something (to)lau~afulen 4Vtrabandon something (to)
abandon something or someone, togela~afulen 1gela~afulediVtrabandon something or someone (to)Na waga 'e gela-'afulen, be ya alele ya lau.But we abandoned the canoe, and then it drifted and went away.
abandon something, togela~afuleniVtrabandon something (to)
abandonedota~gaibuotagaibuVinabandoned (to be)Lisina yai, emi Luma Tabuna haba ya ota~gaibu.For this reason your Holy House (temple) will be abandoned{Ota~gaibu} "be abandoned" "stap nating." Said of a location, not of a person.
abhor doing something'waiyo'o 1'waiyo'o'ediVinabhor doing something (to)Intransitive form with implied object.
abidingmiyamiya 1Vinabiding (to be)ov. synota~esegahi2 4ota 1
ablegonowa 3gonowananableYo fede bena ya an kaka'en be hige ana gonowa.then he would let loose of it, but he was not able to do do.gonowanafagonafigonowanable (to be)ov. syngonowagu 13a'aiov. syna'aia'aiov. synbeti1 2a'ai
abodeluma 2WGfale1BNmagaiSUyanua4nabode
about him-'en 1Vin > Vtrabout him
abundantouli1 1Vinabundant (to be)
accompanied byma lau pupuna 1pupu 'break wind'COMaccompanied by breaking wind
accompany with friendsmahaidana 1COMaccompany with friends
accountdebana 2IDIOMaccount (its)Logena Keliso Yesu, Um debam yai ya pe'i, debana yai nuwam u fa'an ma~lauto'im.That's it, Christ Jesus died on your account, so on his account you eat with your thankfulness.
account ofhalulu 4naccount of (on)
achekamna 1Vinache (to)Lamna fwaufwauna mate te abi be te mama'i, yena mo'ada inidi sa kamna. We get the young (coconut) root and chew it when we have a toothache.
activitieslaulau2 1geractivities (ones)
activityabi1 1abiꞌabigeractivitylau1 3Vinactivity (to be involved in)Yo fede, ya lau alahiya ya lau ginauli yeee--, ya ofi, ya peinidi be sa ota.And so, he went and made spears. He was making them until they were finished, then he piled them up and left them.laomalau tefalau watan
acute painkamna palapa 1Vinacute pain (to have)
AdauAdaunAdau, the name of a coastal boat from Suau area
adoptedabifalaVtradopted (to be)
adornmentfafawisiyamaifafawisiya gesawisiya***adornment (having our.excl)Ai mate fafawisiyamai na afa nubaimai Au'au mate iti fafawisiya gesadi.We have our adornment, but our cousin the crow is unadorned.wisiya 1fafawisiyamainadornment
advise you.plgaimumuimiuVtradvise you.pl (to)'E gaimumuimiu mate hige loholoho mahudo'ina lebemai yai.We inform you (advise you) that not everything is good concerning us.
afraid'wasabu2 2faꞌwasabudiVinafraid (to be)'wasu'wasabu2Vtrafraid (to be)
afraid of it'wasabu'emVtrafraid of it (to be)Ayahan E 'Wasabu'em WasanaA Report about me Being Frightened by a Ghost.
afterai1 9PrepafterAi muli mate faikona, painapa yo moiyape u falamodi.Afterward, then,mix the five corner, pineapples and pawpaws (papayas).wata 1advafterlau~watan1
after thatamainiya 4advafter thatNa amainiya, hababim, andabu sa fatubu. Edi andabu somo wasiwasina.After that, then, they begin their abstinence, their tabooed items are things with blood.antaite'iantamaite'iov. syn
afternoonmaimailafi1mailafinafternoonperiod of time from late afternoon until about sunsetantmaimailafi yaianthwalahwalala yaiantlahai 1antmaihona yaiantlahai la'i yaianti'ipa yai 1maimailafi2Vinafternoon (to be)
afternoon progressesmaimailafi ya finahefinahemailafiIDIOMafternoon progressesTaiyede, ee--, maimailafi ya finahe, ya fiyo.That was it, time went on and the afternoon progressed (lit: climbed up), and went back.
afterwardsamainiya 3advafterwardsmuli 2nafterwardsmulimulimuli yai 1PPafterwardsmulidi 2nafterwardsMulidi yai mate, afa tinadi mahudo'idi edi sa husa gogo, abi mahudo'ina. ‎Afterwards the mothers, all of them, loaded their things together, all of themmulina 2nafterwardsna ami lau afulemai, na mulimiu yai usa la'ila'i ya usa mate, nawalahi faihona gogoma ya ota esegahi.But you left us, and afterwards the big rains rained down, and cold weather has hung on for three months.Fuya heyaya wa mulina yai tatau sa guliyam.After a bad time or bad storm, the people are hungry.anthewana 1antsadainaantganahewana2antantubunaantganamulinamulina yai 1PPafterwardsMulina yai waihin wa ya mahanoma luma wa afa'afana.Afterwards the woman arrived at the empty house.Yo fede, E dago, E tuba-bwa'ibwa'i, na hidagu muli yai ya laolaoma.So then, I jumped and started swimming first, and my friend came behind me.Muliyai 'e sae East Cape 'e sola, haba bagodu sa lau heyaya palapa.Afterwards we went through the passage at East Cape, then the breakers were really going bad.Na muliyai tinagu ya yoga, iyebo, "Natugu!"but afterward my mother called out and she said, "My child."
againfiyo2advagainfiyofiyo 1advagainfuyo1advagain
agreeyali 4gadosisi yalinaVtragree (to)Yo fede Tau Lele Tauhoina ma'ena Tau Kulu Kalakala sa yali mate iti haba Hinau Masali kapuwana sa gela'en. And so Tau Lele Tauhoina and Tau Kulu Kalakala made an agreement to run away with Hinau Masali's magical stone.
agree ontau'ulu 1Vinagree on (to)U tau'ulu, be do'ata te em yosiyosi ya ita-sipoidi be sipisipi dubadubadi, botobotodi, yo nanigoti gubugubufwaudi na botobotodi haba E abidiAgree( with me) that I will now look after your livestock and then I will get the black and spotted sheep, and the young goats and the spotted one.
agreementyali falifalihunaNPnew agreement"Ite wain nomnom kapuna te ya famala yali falifalihuna 'wasinagu yai."This drinking-wine, its cup becames a new agreement of my blood.
agreement of lovegadosisi yalina 2gadosisiyaliNPagreement of love
agroundhiti'i 2Vinaground (to go)
aguhewali1 7nhewali (agu)Ana hewali ya falibadi, sa bahetuhu 'e--, Ape Tuatua kwalidi ite. Leileiyafa edi ape.He talked to his boys and they carried the things to Tuatua Canoe Slip down there, Leileiyafa's Canoe slip.Yau E fasinabomiu be agu hewaliI select you as my boys/disciples.{Agu hewali} are "my workers" / young men who work for myself as an elder.ov. synbwaibwai 1
aha6 1interjah
aheadbwa'i1 2Vinahead (to go)Salai ya bwa'i. In mate ya tubu wananaha.Pig went first. He has grown very big.U bwa'i!You go first!In ha'a ya mwahuli fuyo, be ya bwa'i, ya lau Galelaiya.He has already come back to life again, and he has gone first and has gone ahead of you to Galilee.comp.aba bwa'i2
aiiaiiiinterjaiiExclamation.
aimlessly-gaibu 1famohafu~gaibuiadvaimlessly
AlalaiAlalainAlalai, a person's nameDoga hesa hesana Alalai, ena nu'u yai mate sa mata'asi.At the village of a certain man named Alalai they had a feast.
alas!anadan 1interjalas!
alighthiti'i 1Vinalight (to)
alight, to; come forth, tosana~taluhidiVtralight (to); come forth (to)yo ena liba amnadi moꞌana yai sa sana~taluhidi, mate sa noꞌoꞌedi.They were amazed at all the words which came forth from his mouth.