Buhutu – English


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ba'aba'aVtradd??add??add??Muli yai falawa masimasina ai ma'i masina u ba'a.Afterwards add to flour batter to the coconut cream.
ba'aya1ba'ayaVin1bad (to be)bad (to be)bad, to be2evil (to be)evil (to be)evil, to be3sinful (to be)sinful (to be)sinful, to be{ba'aya} is a Suau word used for sin or evil in the Suau New Testament. It is ften used as a substitute word for "sin" in Buhutu instead of {heyaya}.
ba'aya2ba'ayan1sinsinsin2badnessbadnessbadness3evilevilevil{ba'aya} is the SUAU term equivalent to {heyaya} and is usually used with a specialized theological meaning when used by Buhutu speakers.ov. synba'aya3lau~pono2lau~heyaya2nuwa-heyaya
ba'aya3ba'ayaEUPHpenispenispeniseuphemism for intimate body part, probably introduced by mission teachings.ov. synba'aya2 3lau~pono2lau~heyaya2nuwa-heyayaov. synkutinamwagianaena ba'ayaov. synbida1 3bida2heyaya2 1ov. synba'ayana1 2heyaya2 1lau~pono2lau~heyaya2nuwa-heyaya
ba'ayana1ba'ayanaSUba'ayana2BHheyaheyayana1adj1badbadbad2sinfulsinfulsinfulov. synba'aya3heyaya2 1lau~pono2lau~heyaya2nuwa-heyaya
ba'iba'isaba'iba'isan1big menbig menbig men2leadersleadersleaders3elderselderselders
ba'iliba'iliVtr1stroke s.th (to)stroke s.th (to)stroke s.th, to2pet (to)pet (to)pet something, to
ba'oba'onwoven toywoven toy
ba'o'a'o'aba'o'a'o'antree speciestree speciestree speciestree species; kind of deciduous tree with white bark
ba'olaba'olan1vine speciesvine speciesvine speciesantafuli1 4antsaiya'oantantsabi 22black?? pigment from a vine used for coloringblack?? pigment from a vine used for coloringblack?? pigment from a vine used for coloring3kind of tree?kind of tree?kind of tree?Ba'ola mate mahina.Ba'ola is a kind of vine.Na edi aba uli'uli mate: ba'ola, sabi, afuli. Sa fa'asidi be sa 'ulidi.But their writing things were ba'ola, sabi-fruit, and lime, with which they made designs.kind of vine, the prepared charcoal?? of which is used for making a black colord pigment used in decorating traditional houses,carvings etc.antsabi 1antsaiya'oantov. synafuli2 1
ba'onaba'onanwoven toywoven toywoven toyIninna, ba'ona sa fatulidi be wawaya edi ai'aiheya. ‎They weave toys from the young green leaves for the chidlren's playthings.Some of these coconut leaf toys are shaped like hollow, woven"balls" with varying numbers of sides.
ba'uba'uba'uba'unyard area in front of houseyard area in front of houseyardGoyali [=gaiyali?] la'ila'i ba'uba'u yai sa heseli.They spread a a big sewn mat in the yard.
baba'isababa'isan1big menbig menbig men2leadersleadersleaders
babadababadabadan1unclesunclesuncles2big menbig menbig men3menmenmen4elderselderseldersAfa-tamagu yo egu babada mahudo'imiuAll of you, my fathers and my uncles"O, afatamagu yo egu babada mahudo'imiu, bobon ada oyagi esega te, te oi.Oh, my fathers and my uncles, all of you. Tomorrow we chop this one tree here.Mabada, babada sun sa ginaulidi.Long ago, our elders made houses called "Sun."Lumadi mate, babada edi aba oi'oiliba yo edi mata'asi ainiya sa oilibaedi.As for these houses, they were where the "big men" held their disucussions, and they discussed their feasts there.
babadadibabadadintheir big men, their elderstheir big men, their elderstheir big men, their eldersNa Mowabi babadadi sa fuyo Balaki lisinaAdn the elders of Moab returned to Barak
babagababagancrotoncrotoncrotonWaihin aho ena fafa'ilala babaga wa hige i mwahiu, be ya nuwadubu,Now the woman's "sign" the croton leaves, did not wiggle, and she felt dowhhearted.Babaga is planted as an ornamental shrub, and is especially used to mark grave sites along with another ornamental plant called litiliti. Crotons have variably shaped leaves and come in varying colors.
Babaga HisuBabaga HisuNPCroton PointCroton PointCroton PointWawahin mahudo'idi sa awa sa lefa sa leuma mate, Babaga Hisu mate, sa leu.All of the women boarded (the raft) and came paddling down. they went around Croton Point.Babaga Hisu or "Croton Point," a location on the west side of Mullins Harbour.
babakababakanbanana varietybanana varietybanana varietybanana tree with big leaves used for cookingov. synasai5
babawababawaVin1staying (to be)staying (to be)staying, to be2sitting (to be)sitting (to be)sitting, to beWaihin ye, au babawa, ma monem.Woman, you stay home with your husband.
BabelaBabelanBabelBabelBabelBabela Lumana Hewana Lofalofa.The Tower of Babel [lit: tall house of Babel].