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habituallaulau2 8gerhabitual lifestyleLaulau hesa mate, ena bwaibwai sa gaimumu mate bena te tau'ulu be edi liba te lau watanidi.Another custom is that when the old women give advice we ought to pay attention and follow their advice.Na in moho, dodoga edi laulau mate, hige ti buidi.But just one thing, as for the ways of the people, they did not change them.ov. syneda laulau yo eda abi'abi
habituallyan-1 1Vtr > Vtrhabitually
HadesHeidisinHadesGiliki alinadi yai "oyagi alaꞌalana" mate Heidisi o dodoga peꞌipeꞌi edi aba otaꞌota, Ai Buhutu mate Tanalai. yo Suau yai hesana mate Biula.In the Greek language hell (the burning fire) is Hades, or the place where the dead people remain. In Buhutu it is Tanalai, and in Suau it is called Biula
haifr of my headkulugu maihawadiNPhair of my head
hairkulugu talanaNPhair, myolona 2nhair
HamanHamannHamanYau hesagu Diwosi. Tamagu hesana Haman.I am named Diwosi. My father's name was Haman.Name of a man's father from Bolowai village in 1985.
handnima 2nhandnimana 1nhand (his)nimana 2nhand (her)nimana 3nhand (ones)
hand printleleyana 5nhand printFuya ou'ouli mate in, Tolutoluwaga nimana leleyana.All of the time that's it, the print of Tolutoluwaga, the Nightjar's, hand.Powati leleyadi nimana yai, yo ana omata lisilisina yai ya fa'ita.he showed him the nail prints in hands and the wound in his side.ov. synmunana
handsnima 1nhandsnimamainhands (our.excl)
hand-signal, to makenima~oidima 2Vtrhand-signal, to make
handsomeooouli 1adjhandsome
handsome appearanceanhewahewali 1nhandsome appearanceAi kin, mate ema anhewahewali, 'e le'ile'i pilipili bena wawahin 'e fabe'udi yo wisiyamai 'e anfafa'ita'edi.We kings in our handsome appearance, dance around so that we might knock the females out and show them our adornments.
hang it upfakauti 1kautiVtrhang it up (to)Habahim, Mwakakelo Tanotano wa asai ya oi, be ya fakauti.Then Mwakakelo Tanotano cut some bananas and hung them up.der.lau~fakauti1
hang on tightly to itabi didinVtrhang on tightly to it (to)Na duduna haba wa abi didin.And you will hang on tightly to the end (of the rope).
hang something upfakauti 2kautiVtrhang something up (to)der.lau~fakauti1
Hanuabada villageHanuabadanHanuabada villageHanuabada Village or by extension Port Moresbyov. synLuma La'ila'i 5MosipiLuma La'ila'i 1
happentubu1 5tubu hasaVinhappen (to)Waihin asi'asiyebona wa ya sibai somo lisina yai ya tubu,As for the sick woman, she knew what had happened to her,comp.tubu la'i
happen involuntarilynuhuli 1Vinhappen involuntarily (to)tafo~nuhulidi
happen irresistablynuhuli 3Vinhappen irresistably (to)Mulina yai habahim, guliyam laꞌilaꞌi nuꞌuna ni ya tafo~nuhuli, hige gonowana somo hesa i abi~watan. Then, afterwards, a big famine ran throughout that country, and it wasn't possible for him to get anything (to eat).tafo~nuhulidi
happyamna1 3Vinhappy, (to be)Nuwagu ya amnaI feel happyov. synkwade3 1nuwagu ya amnaam'amnananuwam ya amnanuwa1CLhappy (your.sg heart to be)Yena wa lobahi mate, haba nuwam ya amna, be wa bahei,When you find it (the sheep) then your heart will feel happy and you will carry it.
happy heartsnuwa~amna 1NPhappy heartsWasa sa atahiyen, yo fede sa abi ma nuwa amnadi.They hear the message, and then they take it with sweet minds (= happy hearts).
happy togetherkwade~gogo 1kwade2-gogo1Vinhappy together (to be)kwade~gogo~esegakwade2-gogo1esegaVreciphappy together (to be)Yo fede sa kwade~gogo~esega.And then they were happy together.
happy, verykwade wananahavery happy (to be)
hardgabu3 1nhard coconutpo'i 1Vinhard (to be)Gabuna mate, an'anna ha'a ya po'i ya be'u ya lidi ai tanohi.As for the old coconut, its meat is already hard, and it falls and goes down on the ground.
harder meathasalina, ma'ima'idrin king coconut with harder meatThe stage in a coconuts development when it is still filled with liquid, but after the meat has become hard.ov. synfolo, ma'ima'i yama'ima'i masinama'ima'i masitauna1ma'ima'i ya holima'ima'i ya foloma'ima'i pusipusinama'ima'i kouna 1ma'ima'i ho'owanali'una, ma'ima'i, 5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
hardshipsanfaleVtrendure hardships, to
harlotmatamata heyayanaNPharlotNa Lahaba, waihin matamata heyayana moho, ma afa'efana, tabu ti faheyayadi, pa'ana in eda tau ita-sipo ya simodi.But don't let them do any harm to just Rahab the harlot and here family, because she is the one who hid our spies.comp.waihin matamata heyayana1
harshmana~wiyowiyoharsh (to be)Luka 19:21
harvestmahulaVinharvest (to have)Taumoho hudoꞌi fafagogona ena gabu mate, ya mahula. A certain wealthy man's garden, had (a good) harvest.When one say of a garden, {ya mahula} is the concept that it is "a good harvest."
harvesterstau lau~gabuina2harvestersMahula laꞌilaꞌi, in moho tau~lau~gabuina mate, hige ti ouli. The hsrvest is big, but the ones who harvest are not many.
hate someone'waiyo'o'en 1Vtrhate someone (to)Tine'eu wa tinana sa 'waiyo'o'en be sa duidi sa lau kamkam edi luma yai sa gogo.But as for the girl, her mother didn't want it [the egg] so they sent them away and they stayed together in the chicken house.In moho, Yaubada ya 'waiyo'o'en, be Yaubada ya fawaiyunu'en.Just one thing, he rejected God and became God's enemy.Diyosepa sa 'waiyo'o'en, be eda'eda sa yo'o, bena sidohana haba heyaya sa ginauli ai lebena.They hated Joseph and they sought for a way so that they might do bad things to him.
hate you'waiyo'o'emVtrhate you (to)Maihala tupotupo yai E waiyo'o'em. For a short time I reject you.
hate you.pl'waiyo'o'emiu 1Vtrhate you.pl (to)Yena dodoga sa 'waiyo'o'emiu, yo sa fahisu faheyayamiu, yo hesamiu sa faheyayadi, ... Au nuwa taluwedi yena doha sa liba.When people hate you, and they treat you badly, and they speak badly of your names,... think peacefully of them when they do like that.
have a feelingamna E abiVtrhave a feeling (to)Doga hesa ya abiꞌinagu, paꞌana amna E abi mate, gigibwali ya lau~afulegu.Someone touched me because I hada feeling that power went out from me.
have a toothachemo'ada inidi sa kamnaCLhave a toothache (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.
have hope in yousunuma'em 1sunuma2Vtrhave hope in you (to)
have itabi2 4Vtrhave it (to)abi~nohiabi~umeꞌehuidi
have sexeno 4Vinhave sex with someone (to)Egu tau paisowa waihin, ma'em au eno.Sleep with my female servant.cont.eno'eno
have someone cursed or killedliba~talu 2VtrLiba talu means that someone goes to a sorcerer and talk to him so that they can have sorcery done on their enemy.
have trust in yousunuma'em 2sunuma2Vtrhave trust in you (to)Ibe, yena tanoꞌubu ginaulidi hige gonowam u ita~watanidi, bena sai haba ya sunumaꞌem ginauli wananahadi yai? If when you are not able to look after (manage) earthly things, who might have trust/hope in you for real things?
havingfafabeyamiuhaving earsFafabeyamiu au ata'atahi komakoman!Having your ears, you listen carefully!fafagogona 1fagogo2gerpossessions (having)Taumoho hudoꞌi fafagogona ena gabu mate, ya mahula. A certain wealthy man's garden, had (a good) harvest. fafagogona 2fagogo2gerwealth (having)fafahesadi 1names (having)ma-1 3ma laolaomanan > nhavingwalawalahisananprawns (having)Yo fede, oula esega E laufi be ye galasi'i, pa'ana ye siba mate oulana ni, in walawalahisana. ‎Then I went for one of the pools to dive with my goggles because I knew that in that pool there were prawns.
having our.exclfafahesamai 1gernames (having our.excl)Ai mate fafahesamai na dodoga mate sa dedeimai ma boluna.We are famous, and people talk about us plenty of times.
having our.excl;fafawisiyamaifafawisiya gesawisiyaadornment (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.
heenaba 2QIsays (he)ov. syniyen 3enaba 3QIsaid (he)ie 1BLi4ESi3smREheini1 1persheiyebom 1QIhe saysAnthony ya liba, iyebom, "Aee-- ahegu ha'a sa kamna palapa. Ibe ai somo wa fati'o be te eno edi ailuma?"Anthony spoke, he said, "Please, my legs are already hurting badly"nuwana ya saeIDIOMremembered (he)Goma nuwana ya sae,The boy rememberedya1 1smREheGoma wa ya gela~lau, aho ya sala wa, aho ya siba ha'a.The boy ran awauy, and now when he eas digging, he already understood (what they were tryig to do).
he isgadona ya magu 1IDIOMthirsty (he is)Sai hoꞌowa te ya nom haba gadona ya magu~fuyo.Whoever drinks this water will be thirsty again.
he saidenaba 4QIhe said
he saysenaba 1QIhe saysNa gwama wa, bebedula yai wa, ya ita'itadi, enaba,And the boy inside the pig net, looked at them and he said,iye 1QIhe saysYo fede taumoho wa ya yoga hasa, iye, “Haba wa dago lau ai somo?”And so the man called up there and said, ‎"To where will you jump?"iyebo 1QIhe says
headkulugunhead, myNa tabu natum kuluna u fama'i. Ena Taukaikaitau panena ya atahi, mate haba ya laoma.But don't rub coconut oil on your baby's head. If Taukaikaitau smells it's odor he will come.Tinana alinana ya bui iyen, "Yowane Babasito kuluna u an'etai."Her mother answered her and said, "Beg him for John the Baptist's head."kuluna1nhead (ones)ulu- 2nheadulu3 2nhead or source of a streamBe, haisa haba ami hasai ai ulu, haisa ami lau ai atipu, na haisa ai gwalu.So then, some of you will ascend to the source (of the stream), some will go to the middle, and some to the mouth.synov. synatipu 1
head coveringkulu~sumasuma 1NPhead coveringYo fede Lebeka ena kulu~sumasuma ya abi be nenena ya fakou.Then Rebecca fot her head covering and covered up her face.