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vacationanyawasi1 5Vinvacation (to)
vain, inadv 2magaiadvvain (in)ov. syn-asaha 1-afulencomp.gaimumu asa'asaha1
validatefawananaha 4wananaha1Vtrvalidate (to)"Itete, yau 'wasinagu, Yaubada yo ena dodoga, liba~fasunuma, yali fwaufwauna E fawananaha, lisina yai 'wasina ya tabuliwa, dodoga mahudo'idi enehedi. ‎This is my blood, the promise, or new agreement, to God and his people, I verify it by the blood poured out for all the people.
valleygongonnagonnvalleygonunanvalley1.2.1.3Plain, plateau1.2.1.4Valley
variety ofTau Mudulele2 1NPcoconut (variety of){Tau Mudulele} is a variety of coconut palm. It is a small tree and has small round nuts. The name is derived from that of a mythical demi-god called {Tau Mudulele}.
various types of GourasBububwa'a 6nGouras
vehiclemotuka 1nvehicleNa Ulabo edi motuka yai 'e laoma ema luma.We came back home on an Ulabo vehicle/ truck.
verandapou1 1nverandapouna 1nverandaPossible meaning of "veranda" in Malibon Pilipilidaina, Patrick Sadileutu 1987.
verify somethingfawananaha 2wananaha1Vtrverify something (to)haba in ya fawananaha dodoga ai lisidi mate am asiyebo ha'a ya ulu,then he will verify to the people that your sickness has already come to a head (i.e., is finished),
veryoliadjvery niceolinaadjvery niceImo esega mate in amnana olina!One taro tasted very nice!ooouli 2adjbeautiful (very)ooouli 3adjgood looking (very)wananaha1 7SUalili3fawananahamode~wananahaꞌediadvvery In moho ya la'i~wananaha pa'ana tanohi yo wenu ya sala gogon be ya pei ee--, doha tu'a.Just one thing, it was very big, because it [the Scrubfowl] dug up together soil and rubbish, and then piled it up until it was like a mountain.aho te nu'u mahudo'ina mate, eda'eda afa'afa, abahim dodoga mahudo'idi sa kwade~wananaha,now (in) all of the area there are just roads everywhere; and then all of the people are very happy,Aee, ibe hama agu E an. Sa amna~wananaha!Please, if I could only eat my fish. They are very tasty!comp.amna~wananahacomp.fapaisowa~wananahacomp.la'i wananahacomp.sae wananaha
very good lookingou--linaadjgood looking (very)
very good,loholoho wananaha 1Vinvery good (to be)
very niceloholoho wananaha 4Vinvery nice (to be)be um am wa laubu'a mate ya mosi komakoman be am an'an amnadi sa loholoho wananaha. And yours which you've cooked is softened properly and so the taste of your food is very nice.
villagedobu1 1SUyanua2boyaodaMOhanuanvillageduhu 4ESduLuma DuhunvillageDuhuna hesana Kaidamogonina. Yo tamagu ena oya, ena duhu, yau duhu tamagu.The village (lit: housepost) is called Kaidamogonia. And it is my father's mountain, his village (housepost), my fathers village (housepost).Ya lau waifin ena duhu yai. He went to the woman's village (housepost).luma 5WGfale1BNmagaiSUyanua4nvillagemagaiESSUnumaWSBBduniBNasaBN oflumanvillage
villagersluma dodogadi 1NPvillagers
vinemahina 1nvine
vinesmahina 5nvines or caneNa lumadi mate, mahina yai sa audi. Mahinadi mate huyama.As for their houses, they lashed them together with vines. The vines are a kind of cane called "huyama."Yau mate mahina wananahana, na Tamagu mate, In gabu tanuwagana.I am the true vine and my Father is the owner of the garden.
visibletaumahata 3Vinvisible (to be)
visitantuma 1AntiPvisit (to)Sa sae, pou yai sa antuma.They went up and were visiting on the veranda.
visit??antuma 3HABvisit (to)??
visitinglau bawaVinvisiting (to go)Fuya esega, Mande maihonana, E lau bawa Ho'owala'i yai, yo dubu hinaga wanadi 'e anpateidi. ‎One time on a Monday night, I was visiting at Ho'owala'i, and we were also practicing songs for church.lau~bawaVinvisiting (to go)Fuya esega, Mande maihonana, E laubawa Ho'owala'i yai, yo dubu hinaga wanadi 'e anpateidi.One time on a Monday evening, I was visiting at Ho'owala'i, and we were practicing church songs.
visiting with himlau bawaibawa2Vtrvisiting with him (to be)Ya tulube'u ya leu, haba sa lau bawai. He'd come down, and they would be visiting.
voicesalinadi 2nvoices (their)