Buhutu – English


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la-laadj > adjRDPRDP
la'ala'a1pluck (to)pluck (to)pluck (to)2nstemstem
la'aila'aiVtrpull something out (to)pull something out (to)pull something out, toYa lau bena ya la'ai. Hige gonowana.He went to pull it out, but he wasn't able to.ov. synov. synlosi 2suluhi 2
la'anala'ananstems (its)stems (its)stems, itsKena mate mwakomwakokona ya susu hasa, ya tahalasi be la'ana ya taumahata.In regard to the bud sheath, the narrow part grows upward, and opens up and the (individual) stems appear.
La'anaLa'anan????
la'i2la'i1Qanyanyany2QanyoneanyoneanyoneHige tau la'i sadaina yai, pa'ana bofa ya adidili wananaha.There was no one next to him, because the stench was very strong.3Vtrelsewhere ??elsewhere ??4Qelseelse
la'i-la'iVin > adjRDPRDP
la'i~ofila'i~ofiVinmature, to becomemature, to becomemature, to becomeMuli yai, gwama wa ya la'i~ofiAfterward the child got big, matured.
la'idila'idiadjbigbig
la'ila'ila'ila'i1adjbigbigbigantkikiuka 2antantkiki'uha 2antkikiluka 2antkiukiu 1ov. synbigibigina2adjlargelargelarge3adjlarge or big in size relative to other thingslarge or big in size relative to other thingslargeEna luma mate ume'ehu la'ila'i atipuna yai.His house was inside a big rock.Na so'u boga la'ila'idi hinaga, agu fanufanuha!But frogs with big bellies are also my favorites14extremely, very (as an extreme of weather)extremely, very (as an extreme of weather)extremelyNa tamagu yo tinagu, ai amaiteԩ, mate, borowada ya wewe fuia ouԯuli yo gogoma laԩlaԩ yo asiebo.But, my father and my mother, as for us here, their have been floods continuously, and big cold and sickness.ant5Vinbig (to become)big (to become)big, to become
la'ila'idila'ila'idin1bigness (their)bigness (their)bigness (their)2their importancetheir importance
la'ila'inala'ila'ina1largelargelarge2bigbigbig
la'inala'inanits bignessits bigness
la'iyenla'iyenVtr??????Um Hinau Masali matabahim aluwam ya potifahi pa'ana tataudi luwaga mate ibe kapuwa ti abi lawen la'iyen.You, Hinau Masali, then your pulse is racing, because the two men, might take the magical kaua stone ____.
la'onala'onan1hiphiphip2hipbonehipbonehipboneMaihala bena haba ya kepama, Taumoho wa Diyakobo la'ona ya fatutuya'asi.When the Sun was about to break through, the Man dislocated Jacob's hip.
la'oula'ouVinclearing garden, to beclearing garden, to be
labalabaVtrcarry in one's arms (to)carry in one's arms (to)carry in one's arms (to)ov. synbahei 3bahei 1geukapu1iloloi
laba-labaVin > VinRDPRDP
labalabalabalabaVingiving birth, to begiving birth, to be
labatilabatiSUlabasiVtr1give birth (to)give birth (to)give birth, to2carry in one's arms (to)carry in one's arms (to)carry in one's arms, toI lau eee--, hoifini wa i boboga. Natuna i labati,Time passed, the woman was pregnant, she gave birth to a child.
LabeniLabenin1LabanLabanLaban2LabanLabanLabanDiyakobo ya lau, be ena bada Labeni ena ya paisowa.Jacob went and worked for his mother's brother (Uncle) Laban.