wa1wasmREyou.sgyou.sgyou.sgU bui~hitini, haba em oyagi wa yufi.You turn it over and then you [can] blow your fire.Iyebom, "Ibe gonowana, hinaga, egu fuya wa felegu, ..."He said, "If possible you might also give me a turn, ..."na bena radio maisadi ema leta eai wa uli be wa falibamai.But you might write the cost of the radios in your letter, and tell us about it.
wa2waOI1OIOIOI2thethetheAbela wa ya taumoho la'ila'i na wasabu wa otana moho.As for Abel, he is an adult, and the fear still remains.Na Giveson Eleni mate, Family Botukana wa [femili motukana] sa bamp, ...As for Gibson Eleni, they had a crash with the "Family Motorcar."ov. synmate 1ov. synu 2ov. synhudo'i 1mate 1aho 13nownow
wa'ali li'ediwa'ali li'ediNP1sugarcane shootssugarcane shootssugarcane shoots2shoots of sugarcaneshoots of sugarcaneshoots of sugarcaneNa eda li'e te, ada wa'ali li'edi, te lau, te umahidi, na wa waiyo'o.Now we would go and plant our seed, our sugarcane shoots, but you would refuse to do it.
wa'amowa'amon1corncorncorn2maizemaizemaizeHwaifu, ma'ima'i, yo wa'amo sa an'anidi.They eat hwaifu nuts, coconut and corn.Gabu an'andi, bwaha yo wa'amo ya andi.He ate up the garden food, the pumpkins and the corn.Ae, u saguhigu be egu wa'amo te anhole."Please, help me so that we (can) harvest our corn.
wa'o'owa'o'ogogoma11Vincold (to be feeling)cold (to be feeling)cold, to be feelingNa in moho, hige ya mode, pa'ana egu kode ye famohafu, yo hinaga ye wa'o'o, yo fede ye lau egu luma.But just one thing, I was not worried because I had filled my basket, and also, I was cold, so I went to my house.to be cold, to feel cold, said of an animate being.antgigibwali2 1ov. syngogoma2 4gogoma2 12vcold (to be)cold (to be)cold, to be
wa'uliwa'ulin1sagosagosago2sago (the tree itself)sago (the tree itself)sago3sago (the edible paste which is extracted from the starchy pith)sago (the edible paste which is extracted from the starchy pith)sago4sago (the leaves used for thatched roofs)sago (the leaves used for thatched roofs)sagoLumana mate hatona wa'uli luguna sa gula be kaimo sa tili be sa kifi'i ya ofi.As for the house, for the thatch they stripped off the sago leaves, and split the pandanus root so they could finish making the batten strips.5sago (the leaf-stem used for making walls)sago (the leaf-stem used for making walls)sago
wa'uli lugunawa'uli lugunaNPsago leavessago leavessago leavesLumana mate hatona wa'uli luguna sa gula be kaimo sa tili be sa kifi'i ya ofi.As for the house, for the thatch they stripped off the sago leaves, and split the pandanus root so they could finish making the batten strips.
WadaheyaWadaheyan1Cockatoo speciesCockatoo speciesCockatoo speciesov. synKehoi 4Kehoi 1ov. synKehoi 2White CockatooWhite CockatooWhite Cockatoo3Sulphur-crested CockatooSulphur-crested CockatooSulphur-crested Cockatoo4Cacatua galeritaCacatua galeritaCacatua galeritaFemales and males are called Wahaheya. They are a bit big. They are white, and on their crest they are yellow. Their beaks are black. They eat Hwaifu, coconuts and corn. They nest in holes in trees. Their eggs are white and ??ov. synKehoi
Wadaheya NatunaWadaheya Natunan1cockatoo speciescockatoo speciescockatoo species2a smaller cockatoo species which looks like the Sulfur-crested Cockatoo, Wadaheyaa smaller cockatoo species which looks like the Sulfur-crested Cockatoo, WadaheyaLittle Corella
wadubewadube1tree speciestree speciestree speciesov. synkakanoli 1ov. synkakanoli 2kakanoli 12tree from which a medicine is made to abort a baby; tree is like a budobudo tree.tree from which a medicine is made to abort a baby; tree is like a budobudo tree.abortion medicineov. synkakanoli 1
waenwaenn1winewinewine2winewinewineMelekisideki fwalawa yo waen ya abidi, be ya lau Abelaham ya felen.Melchizedek got bread and wine and went and gave them to Abraham.
waga1wagan1a conveyance used for travelling by watera conveyance used for travelling by watercanoeov. synov. syndafu2boatboatboat3shipshipshipFuya ma'esega, tinagu be yau ema waga 'e wosen, na 'e lau gabu.One time my mother and I paddled our canoe and went to the garden."Waga" usually means a dugout canoe with an outrigger, however a river canoe (as in the text cited) it could be just a dugout without an outrigger--called "gebo" by Tawala people.ov. syn
waga puwapuwawaga puwapuwan1canoe with two hullscanoe with two hullscanoe with two hulls2catamaran-type canoecatamaran-type canoecatamaran-type canoe3two-hulled canoetwo-hulled canoetwo-hulled canoeWaga puwapuwa mate, in maihala ena aba bulu yai ya laomaAs for the two-hulled canoe, it came from the place where the sun sinks down, i.e. the west].
Waga'u'eWaga'u'enplanked sailing canoeplanked sailing canoeplanked sailing canoeYo fede, waga luwaga ya tadidi. Hesa "Ilo," na hesa "Waga'u'e." And then he carved two canoes, one was a double hulled canoe callked "Ilo" and the other was a planked sailing canoe called "Waga'u'e."
wagabenawagabenanshelfshelfshelfI gegela i lau eee--, edi luma yai. I dago-iti, i sasae. Wagabena yai i alasimo.He ran away and went on to their house. He jumped up and ascended. He hid himself on a shelf.