Buhutu – English


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auwidiauwidiVtrtie themtie them
Auyuwa kulunaAuyuwa kulunan1dove speciesdove speciesdove species2Wompoo Fruit-DoveWompoo Fruit-DoveWompoo Fruit-Dove3Fruit-Dove, WompooFruit-Dove, WompooFruit-Dove, Wompoo30cm (12"), a large, long-tailed fruit-dove, with a maroon-purple or red breast, pale gray head, and band of yellow spots or yellow stripe on the shoulder, yellow eyes and beak or orange beak with a yellow tip and yellow underwing. All other fruit-doves are short-tailed. They eat many kinds of fruit in the interior lowlands and hill forest. Unlike other fruit-doves, it never flies above the canopy of the forest. They a loud 'woolack-a-woo', 'woo', or 'wompoo'; 'pack-pack-pack' while feeding. They build flimsy platform of vine tendrils on slender horizontal branch with 1 white egg. It's English name comes from its call, a two-note call - hoowuh hoo.
awa1awa1Vinboard a conveyance (to)board a conveyance (to)board a conveyance, to2Vinride (to)ride (to)ride, to3Vintravel (to)travel (to)travel, to4Vinride in a vehicle; ride on a boatride in a vehicle; ride on a boatride in a vehicle, to 5Vinboard and ride a sea conveyance (boat or canoe)board and ride a sea conveyance (boat or canoe)board a boat, to; embark, to Mande yai, waga yai 'e awa 'e lau Alotau yai. Amainiya Femily yai 'e awa 'e fuyoma Ipouli.On Monday we travelled by boat to Alotau. There wegot a ride on the Family Truck and came back [home].In ya lau gayo ya lidi bena haidadi edi waga ya awa mate sa duiduiyen.She waded down so that she could board her companions' canoe, then they forced her away.6Vinboard and ride a land conveyance (truck or car)board and ride a land conveyance (truck or car)board a conveyance, toMadiyagu motuka hesa yai sa laoma, yo fede, 'e awa 'e lau eee--, Gamadoudou yai 'e tulube'u.My uncle came in a truck and we got aboard and went along until we got to Gamadoudou, then we got off.7Vinboard and ride on an animal's backboard and ride on an animal's backboard and ride an animal, to Yo fede, Kamkam natuna hewana yai ya awa, na mahudo'idi sa fiyo luma.And so the chicken rode on her son [the crocodile's] back, and they all went back to the house.ov. synlau~tiga1 38Vtrgo aboard (to)go aboard (to)go aboard, to9Vtrboard, toboard, to
awa2awanhourhourhourU gabu ee--, awa esega, ya ofi.Keep on baking it, until one hoiur is finished.
awa fuyoawa fuyo1ride againride againride again2ride back againride back againride back again
awa lauawa lau1go by riding (to)go by riding (to)go by riding (to)2ride and go (to)ride and go (to)ride and go (to)Sopulana yai ya husai, na ya awa lau mahina yai.She loaded him in her pouch, and she "got on board" onto the vine.Yo fede, ya awa lau waga hesa ya poupouli gabogabo yai be ganahewana yai ya ta'ai. Na dodoga mate, fote yai.And so he got on board a boat that was floating in the sea and he sat inside it, and the people, were on the shore.
awa matanaawa matanaNPentrywayentrywayentrywayTaon dodogadi mahudo'idi sa fa'oigogoma luma awa matana yai.All of the town people congregated at the entrance to the house.
awa'abiyenawa'abiyenawa'abiVtrobey someone (to)obey someone (to)obey someone, toYena salumadi Yaubada sa kawawananahaen, yo sa awa'abiyen, mate tabu ti wasabu.Whoever believes in God and obeys him, let them not be afraid.
awa'awaidiawa'awaidiVtrride them (to)ride them (to)ride them, to
awa'awayagale'emaiawa'awayagale'emaiVtrangry (to be getting)angry (to be getting)angry, to be getting at us.exclTabu au awa'awayagala'emai, pa'ana ai mate, paisowa mahudo'ina 'e lau gogon.Don'tbe getting angry at us, because as for us we do all our work together.
awa'eawa'en1tree variety ??tree variety ??tree variety ??2??????Ena abi'abi me dofa awa'e: oyagi ie gabu ta'i'ili, abo kopina youyou wa i opafai.What she did was like girdling an "awa'e' tree by burning. Then she shed the youyou snake skin.
awa~abiawa~abiVtrobey (to)obey (to)obey, toTine'eu, umi ena tinamiu ya fanuha bena gabu paisowadi yo tobo fatufatulidi ya fatalahamiu, bena ami awa~abi.Young women, when your mother wants you to work in the garden or orders you to weave a basket, you should obey.
awa~abi'emawa~abi'emVtrobey you (to)obey you (to)obey you, toOni hewalim doha Nunumai, aba ya awa~abi'em."If you were a young man like Nunumai then I would obey you!
awanoli1awanoliSUawanoli2Vtr1begbegbeg, to2entreatentreatentreat, to3beseechbeseechbeseech, to4imploreimploreimplore, toov. synawanoli2
awasabuawasabuVin1frightened (to be)frightened (to be)frightened, to be2scared (to be)scared (to be)scared, to be
-awasiawasicross overcross overcross oversaga luwaga hinaga 'e tuba dohe, o 'e tuba~awasi.We also swam across the mouths of two streams.
awayagala2awayagalandisobediencedisobediencedisobedienceYaubada edi awayagala yo edi nuwasaesae ya ita.God saw their disobedience and their pride.Awayagala mate, dodoga hesa-hesa ya bili daili.As for disobedience, it separates the various people.
awayagala'enawayagala'enVtr1disobey someone (to)disobey someone (to)disobey someone, to2disobedient to someone (to be)disobedient to someone (to be)disobedient to someone, to beSa awayagala'en, be sa taumayamaya, mate iti ma kofadi.They disobeyed him, and so they were ashamed, (as) they were in their nakedness.SENSE 2 does not seem to be a correct meaning for this passage.
awayagalaidiawayagalaidiVtrdisobey s.o. (to)disobey s.o. (to)disobey s.o. (to)Tau yosigu edi liba E awayagalaidi.I disobeyed the words of the ones who nurtured me.