lau~afulenlau~afulenVtr1abandon something (to)abandon something (to)abandon something, to)2leave someone behind (to)leave someone behind (to)leave someone behind, to3go after something (to)go after something (to)go after something, to4abandon something (to)abandon something (to)abandon something, to5leave something or someone (to)leave something or someone (to)leave something or someone, tona ami lau afulemai, na mulimiu yai usa la’ila’i ya usa mate, nawalahi faihona gogoma ya ota esegahi.But you left us, and behind you the big rains rained down, and cold weather has hung on for three months.Hesa gadona ya kwalu, waima wa. Logena, sa lau afulen.One’s throat became narrow, the ant. With that they left him [Crab] there.Habahim, salai te, gabu ya lau afulen, na dodogadi gabu sa lau afulen hinaga.Then this [Amohoho] pig will abandon the garden, and people will abandon the garden also.Waihin hesa, hesana Sine Waga Toputopu, ya boga, be natuna hola bogana yai, mate sa lau afulen.They abandoned one woman named Sine Waga Toputopu who was pregnant, and whose child was still in her womb.6leave off from going after (to)leave off from going after (to)leave off from going after, toAgu a mo’isa, na deer i ita, habahim, gwama ya lau afulen, na deer ya lau we’ai.Luckily he saw a deer, then [the lion] left the boy, and he chased the deer away.

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