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gafu1nsmoketana'ai mahudo'ina ya ala be gafu nu'u ya faheyaya be nu'u ya ala, pa'ana nu'u ya pitali.the whole jungle burned, and smoke was spoiling the place and it was burning, because the place was dry.5.5Fire
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hi'uta1n1torch{Hi'uta} is a torch made from a dry coconut leaf. The individual leaflets of the frond are lashed to the stem in such a manner as to not come apart as it burns downward.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts8.3.3.1.1Light source2torchesKokome wa edi hi'uta ya bahe. Tau wananaha ya abi kwatili. The Kokome carried their torches. The real person got their (lighted) torch.3coconut leaf, dryThe dry coconut fronds often remain hanging down below the crown of the the coconut tree for a considerble length of time after they have died. They are used for starting fires or making a quick, hot fire, e.g., for singeing a pig.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.5FireCompare {ma'ima'i kwatilina} "dry coconut leaves."
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kwatiliSLotiliSUosilin1coconut front, driedKwatilina mate ya hohoya mate ya pe'i be ya be'u lidi tanohi. ‎But as for the dry frond, it dries up and dies and then it falls to the ground.1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant2coconut-frond torch1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant5.5Fire3dried frond1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant4torch1.5Plant1.5.5Parts of a plant5.5Fireroot: kwatili, 3s: kwatilina
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kwatilina, ma'ima'iNPcoconut leaf torch{Ma'ima'i kwatilina} is a torch made from a dry coconut leaf.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant5.5Fire
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ma'ima'i kwatilinaESosiliSUosiliNPcoconut leaf torch{Ma'ima'i kwatilina} is a troch made froma dry coconut frond.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.5Fire
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oyagin1treeAi tanohi ya anban na ai oyagi hewadi ya eno.It feeds on the ground and sleeps in top of trees.Sa fati'o, "Ma!" itebom, "Oyagi sa talaimiu e hige?" Ayawa, "Hige'e."They questioned us and said, Here now! Did the trees hit you or not." We said, "They didn't."1.5.1Tree2trees1.5.1Tree3woodOyagina mahudo'idi mate uli'uli afa'afa.As for all of it's wooden parts, they are completely [covered] with designs.6.6.3.2Wood4woodSa miyamiya, na ena waihin ya lau ya uma, e oyagi ya dem, ...They stayed on together and when the woman went to plant, or to collect firewood, ...6.6.3.2Wood5firewood6logEdi pape'odi mate oyagi esega sa hewa,Their steps were a single pole which they erected.7fireNa walahisa wa ya pito. Mate oyagi yai ya alagabu.And the prawn jumped. Then I roasted it in the fire.Ena am wa galasi, na em oyagi wa yufi, na gafuna ya ita mate, haba ya lofo,When you obtain your catch by diving, and when you blow your fire and it sees the smoke, then it will fly.The primary meaning of "oyagi" seems to be "tree," by extension "wood," and by further extension it can stand for "fire" by a process of metonymy.5.5Fireunspec. comp. formOyagi AtuwenaNPWorm Wood
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