Buhutu – English


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AbelAbelnSurname of Charles Abel, first Kwato Missionary in Milne Bay Province.Surname of Charles Abel, first Kwato Missionary in Milne Bay Province.AbelMisinale Buhutu yai sa laoma 1932. Mr. Cecil Abel ena tim sa laoma Ipouli yai.Missionaries came to Buhutu in 1932. Mr Cecil Abel's team came to Ipouli.
AbelaAbelanAbelAbelAbelAbela wa ya taumoho la'ila'i na wasabu wa otana moho,Abela is an adult man but the fear still just stays on.
AbelahamAbelahamAbrahamAbrahamAbrahamAho na ya lawen: haba hesam sa atahi ABELAHAM, pa'ana um haba wa fatubu be nu'u boludi wahadi.Now then, it comes to this: you will be called Abraham, because you with become the grandfather of many countries.
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abi2abi~nohimake nests (to)abi~umeꞌehuidistoning them (to be)
abi afuleguabi afulegutake s.th. away from metake s.th. away from metake s.th. away from me
abi autiabi auti1carry down at one's side (to)carry down at one's side (to)carry down at one's side (to)antbahei 3ant2Na hena E ita na ena alahiya ya abi auti mate, E siba hige somo.But when I saw him and he was carrying his spear down at his side, then I knew he had gotten nothing (no wild game).antbahei 1ant
abi bagunaiabi bagunai1get firstget firstget first2obtain firstobtain firstobtain first
abi bodaiabi bodai1Vtrget again (to)get again (to)get again (to)2get s.th. againget s.th. againget s.th. again3get s.th. backget s.th. backget s.th. back
abi bwa'iyen1abi bwa'iyenBHabi bwa'iyen21Vtrget it first (to)get it first (to)get it first, to2obtain first (to)obtain first (to)obtain first, to
abi didiabi didiVtr1tightly, to hold)tightly, to hold)tightly, to hold2tightly (to hold)tightly (to hold)tightly (to hold)na sa abi didi'i.and they held him tightly.
abi didinidiabi didinidiVtrpress down; hang on to them (to)press down; hang on to them (to)press down??; hang on to them, to
abi dobiabi dobiVtr1take down (to)take down (to)take down, to2get something by reaching down, toget something by reaching down, toget something by reaching down, to
abi esegahidiabi esegahidi1make s.th. onemake s.th. onemake s.th. one2take s.th. togethertake s.th. togethertake s.th. together3to take them all together; hold them all togetherto take them all together; hold them all togetherput s.th. together
abi fadawa'unudiabi fadawa'unudi1curse s.o.(to)curse s.o.(to)curse s.o.2hex s.o. hex s.o. hex s.o. (to)3call down misfortune on s.o. (to)call down misfortune on s.o. (to)call down misfortune on s.o. Abu'awa sa liuliuhwa'en, be ya abi-fadawa'unudi.They laughed at the tree kangaroo, ans so he hexed them.Seems to imply that misfortune is called down on s.o. because they did show proper respect.
abi fahiabi fahi1take away (to)take away (to)take awayov. synopa~faiov. synluhu~fiyoiopa~fai2tale off a garment (to)tale off a garment (to)tale off a garment3take out (to)take out (to)take out4take something out; take s.th. away from s.o.take something out; take s.th. away from s.o.remove s.th.Faikona tumadi u abifahidi.Remove the starfruit (five corner) seeds.Abo, Oulalapa wa kopina youyou i abifahi.Then, Oulalapa took off her snakeshin.antluhu~fiyoiov. synopa~fai
abi falaabi falaadoptedadoptedadopted
abi famamayoabi famamayocontrol someone (to)control someone (to)control someone Ya adidili wananaha be hige gonowana sai laԩ i abi famamayo.he was very strong, so that it wasn't possible for anyone to control him.
abi gabogaboabi gabogabo?? uncertain info on this form?? uncertain info on this formget the sea
abi gogonabi gogon1gather things togethergather things togethergather things together2get things togetherget things togetherget things together3put s.th. together (to)put s.th. together (to)put s.th. together
abi hasaabi hasatake over the south totake over the south totake over the southYa abi lidi, be ya abi hasa. Galewa ya fadidiga. Usa ma palepalelena ma namanamalinaIt was to the north and to the south. It covered the sky: Rain with thunder and with lightning.