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atai'aSUmanun1birdAtai'a esana waliliya. Mate ya lau--, natuna ya famala doga.The bird was called Waliliya, White Pigeon, and what happened was, her child became a person.Hige'e, mate ni sihwalo atai'adi sa gwanegwane.No, that is the sound of dry season birds chirping.ov. synhama2ni'a 11.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal2birds3p: atai'adi
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Baidinodinon1pelican speciesPelecanus conspicillatus1.6.1.2Bird2Australian PelicanPelecanus conspicillatus1.6.1.2Bird3Pelecanus conspicillatus1.6.1.2Bird
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Bo'en1Egret species, variousBo'e mate, waihin yo taumoho nenedi gonogonowadi. Begana ya la'i. Olona ya kafukafu. Mo'ana ya yogeyoge. Ana kalahe mate halua. Ai ho'owa sadaidi ya gogogo. Ena nohi ai oyagi hewadi ya ginaulidi. Katinona kiukiu na kafukafuna.The male and female look the same. They are medium big. Their color is white with a white head and beak. They live by the water. They come out in the morning and spear and eat fish with their beaks. They build their nest in the tall trees. Their eggs are small and white..Egretta species, and Ardea species1.6.1.2Bird2Cattle EgretArdea Ibis, or Ardeola/Egretta coromanda, or Bubulcus coromandus. 3Intermediate EgretArdea Intermedia4Eastern Great Egret; Great EgretArdea modesta or Casmerodius Albus or Egretta Alba1.6.1.2BirdBuhutu speakers include three species of Egret as {Bo'e}. I am not sure if we have the Great Egret in our area, however.
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Bokiyakiyan1Biak Black Flycatcher - female1.6.1.2Bird2Black Flycatcher (Biak)3Flycatcher species (Black)
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Bolekon1dove species2Bar-Shouldered Dove1.6.1.2Bird
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Dakin1duck species1.6.1.2Bird2Australian White-eyed Duck Aythya australis1.6.1.2Bird3Hardhead Duck Aythya australis1.6.1.2Bird
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Dililin1Zoe Imperial Pigeon1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal2Ducula zoeaeThe Dilili or Zoe Imperial Pigeon is a bit smaller than the Gubalim, the Pinon Imperial Pigeon. It's food is the same as that of the Gubalim pigeon. It also makes its nest in the tops of trees.
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Diufan1Kingfisher speciesAlcedo azurea1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal2Azure KingfisherAlcedo azurea1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal
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Diufa DubadubanaNP1Kingfisher, AzureAlcedo azurea1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal2Azure KingfisherAlcedo azurea1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal
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Fafatagugun1Brushturkey speciesThis is possibly Talegalla jobiensis, Red-legged Brushturkey, or talegalla fuscirostris,Yellow-legged BrushturkeyTalegalla jobiensis; talegalla fuscirostris1.6.1.2Bird2Scrubfowl species ov. syngomayada2 1Kwalauto 1Welou 1Welou 3
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gomayada2n1bush fowlGomayada Gomayada ya la'i habahim Kwalauto. Olona ya dubaduba na ahena ya balebalelem. Ena nohi doha Kwalauto na hesana ya'una Welou. Ena aba miya mate tu'a yo gunuwala. Katinona ya la'i. Ana kalahe mate oyagi uludi sa be'u. Ya gwane mate, iyen, AHH, AHH.The Brush Turkey is bigger than the Common Scrubfowl. Its feathers are black (dark brown) and its legs are red. Its nest is like that of the Scrubfowl and is called a mound. They live on the mountain and in the valleys. Their eggs are large. Their food is fruit which has fallen from the trees. When they make their call they say, "AHH, AHH."ov. synFafatagugu 2Kwalauto 1Welou 1Welou 3Talegalla jobiensis1.6.1.2Bird2Red-legged BrushturkeyTalegalla jobiensis1.6.1.2Bird3Brown-collared BrushturkeyTalegalla jobiensis1.6.1.2Bird4Telegalla jobienisTalegalla jobiensis5Collared ScrubturkeyTalegalla jobiensis6BrushturkeyTalegalla jobiensis7megapode speciesTalegalla jobiensis8moundbuilder speciesTalegalla jobiensis9turkey, brushNa mulina yai, mate E lau tana'ai bena E sala gomayada.And afterwards, I went to the bush so tht I might dig for bushfowl eggs.Gomayada ya la'i habahim Kwalauto. Olona ya dubaduba na ahena ya balebalelem. Ena nohi doha kwalauto na hesana ya'una Welou. Ena aba miya mate tu'a yo gunuwala. Katinona ya la'i. Ana kalahe mate oyagi uludi sa be'u. Ya gwane mate iyen, "AHH, AHH."Talegalla jobiensis
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gwaneVin1sing, to2chirp, to3call, toSa ta'i'ili hinaga, sa amban, sa gwane, sa kwade, pa'ana edi ba'isa wa doha.the would circle around, and feed, and sing, and they were happy, because their leader was like that.Ya gwane mate hesana ya atahi fuyoi, iyen; "Kwalauto ke'o."When it calls then it hears its own name back, it says, "Kwalauto, ke'o."Hige'e, mate ni sihwalo atai'adi sa gwanegwane.No, that is the sound of dry season birds chirping.{Gwane}is used exclusively for the singing or calling of birds.1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal1.6.4.3Animal soundsgwanegwane; > aba gwane; > an gwanegwane
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gwanegwaneVin1chirping, to be2singing, to beTana'ai yai atai'a sa gwanegwane.In the forest (bush) the burds were singing.Always in reference to the sounds that birds make.1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal1.6.4.3Animal sounds
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Kehoin1Cockatoo speciesCacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird2White CockatooGewai mate in wahagu palapa, waihin. Ai Sulu Kehoi, Wadaheya.Gewai was my real grandmother, We were of the Kehoi, Wadaheya Clan. (White Cockatoo Clan)Cacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird3Sulphur-crested CockatooCacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird
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Keikeinbird species, unidientifedSmall birds, the color of brown with brown head and beak.1.6.1.2Bird
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Keken1Fairy-wren variety1.6.1.2Bird2Scrub-wren variety1.6.1.2Bird
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Kelanbird species, unidentified1.6.1.2Bird
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Kulokulon1Triller species of birdLalage leucomela9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird2Varied TrillerThis is the Kulokulo (Varied Triller. The appearance of the male and female is the same. their markings are black and white. It's food is fruit from trees and insects. This bird is a fighter. When it gives birth and its eggs have hatched, if anyone climbs up to take them, it will bite him. It builds its nest in the tops of trees. Its eggs are small and white. When it calls it says, "Koyagou, koyagou, Ho'owa." When they call, then it is going to rain. There are stories about Kulokulo.Lalage leucomela9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Birdcomp.Sulu KulokuloNPKulokulo Clan
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Kumkumn1owl species1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal2Papuan FrogmouthSome say this is the Papua Frogmouth, olthers call the Papuan Frogmouth {Pwahopwahoho}.1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal
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Kuwetonbird species1.6.1.2Bird
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Kwalauton1Common Scrubfowlov. synFafatagugu 2gomayada2 1Welou 1Welou 3Megapodius reinwardt1.6.1.2Bird2Scrubfowl, commonMegapodius reinwardt1.6.1.2Bird3Megapodius reinwardtBoth male & female Scrubfowl have the same name. It's about as big as a female chicken. Its feathers are brown and its legs are yellow. It makes its nest on the ground, but just one thing, it is very big because it digs and mixes earth and rubbish together and piles it up like a mountain. It's egg also is large. A Cassowary's [egg] is biggest, then the Collared Brush Turkey's [egg], then the Scrubfowl's [egg]. It food is tree @@@, fragments of shells, and fruit from trees. It feeds on the ground, and it sleeps in the tops of trees. When it calls, it hears it's own name again, it says, "Kwalauto ke'o." It lives only in the valleys.Megapodius reinwardt1.6.1.2Bird
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kwalikwali1nbird species (unidentified)1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal
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Kwalunbird species (unidentified)1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal
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maileyan1grey palm cockatooFuyana E fuyofuyo mate, E 'wasabu eda'eda yai, na ma'esega maileya ya gwane, mate E 'wasabu,When I was going along, I was frightened on the road, and all at once a gray palm cockatoo was calling, and then I was afraid,Na in moho, ya figwali mate, doha maileya.But just one thing. He whistled like a Maileya.Ya laulau eda'eda yai na maileya, na diudiu, na pwahopwaho, na bui sa faigwanegwaneidi, yo fede ya 'wasabu.She was going along the road, and cockatoos, little bats, Papuan frogmouths and owls were calling back and forth, and so she was frightened.People used to believe that when they heard the call of certain birds such as {maileya} palm cockatoo, or {bui} owl, then it meant that a sorcerer was calling out in the form of the bird. Male and female are called Maileya. They are a bit big like the White Cockatoo. Their feathers are white and their eyes "punapuna." They live in holes in trees and nest there. [I don't know] their food. When they call, it is a whistle. They are night birds and when they give their call it means that death or an enemy is coming.1.6.1.2Bird4.9.4.1Sorcery
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Mamanatunan1quail speciesPossibly King Quail, Excalfactoria chinensis, and/or Brown Quail, Coturnix ypsilophora.1.6.1.2Bird2Turnix species ??3Coturnix species ??
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pwahopwahonPapuan frogmouth1.6.1.2Birdvariant spelling of pwahopwahoho, which see.
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Pwahopwahohon1Papuan FrogmouthNa pwahopwaho, na bui sa faigwanegwaneidi, yo fede ya 'wasabu.But the Frogmouths, and the owls were calling and hooting at one another, and so I was afraid.The male and female of the Pwahopwahho owl look the same. They are a bit big. Tyeir food is insects. they build their nests in the tops of trees. Their eggs are white. The feed by night and sleep by day.1.6.1.2Bird2owl variety
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Sibisibinn1bittern speciesIxobrychus flavicollis1.6.1.2Bird2Black BitternIxobrychus flavicollis1.6.1.2BirdCompare {Sibin} a kind of possum.
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silosilon1Silosilo, kind of birdAtai'ana mate hesana silosilo (e gwalugwalu).The bird was called silosilo or gwalugwalu.2silosilo bird1.6.1.2Bird
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Sulu Bunebunecomp. ofSuluBunebuneNPGreen Dove ClanWaikiki Numewai – Sulu Bunebune.Waikiki Numewai is from the Bunebune (Green Dove) Clan.Finau waihina ena Sulu Bunebune ya faliba iyen,She spoke to the Finau woman whose clan was Bunebune (green dove) and said, 9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird
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Sulu Kulokulocomp. ofKulokuloNPKulokulo ClanBetuela Lauyome . . . . tinana hesana Silia Abitawa, Sulu Kulokulo waihina.Betuela Lauyome's mother was named Silia Abitawa, a woman of the Kulokulo Clan.Kulokulo is clan name derived from the name of a bird called a "Varied Triller," Lalage lucumela.Lalage lucumela9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird
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tihen1cassowary (immature)ov. synasuwali 1asuwali 2Casuarius casuarius1.6.1.2Bird2Casuarius casuariusAsuwali nene luwaga. In begana ya kiu hesana tihe.Cassowaries have two different appearances. The immature young are called "tihe"
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Ti'o1nTern species1.6.1.2Bird2nBridled Tern1.6.1.2Bird3Roseate TernBoth the male and the female Ti'o tern look the same. It flies like the a'o'a'o blackbird. Its food is grasshoppers. Its nest is high in the trees. It's egg is small and white.1.6.1.2Bird
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U'un1Cuckoo species1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal2Coucal species1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal3Lesser Black Coucal, or Cuckoo1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal
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Wadaheyan1Cockatoo speciesCacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird2White CockatooFemales 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 speckled/spotted.Cacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird3Sulphur-crested CockatooCacatua galerita9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2BirdAn alternative name for this species is {Kehoi}.
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Wadaheya Natunan1cockatoo species, small1.6.1.2Bird2Little Corella1.6.1.2Bird
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waliliyan1pigeon, white variety2white pigeon variety3Pied Imperial PigeonAtai'a esana waliliya.The bird was called Waliliya, the White Pigeon.Itete Waliliya. Tinabawa yo tamoana hesadi waliliya. La'ina doha dilili. Olona kafukafuna. Ana kalahe oyagi uludi. Ena nohi oyagi ai hewadi ya ginaulidi. Katinona hige i la'i na ya kafukafu.ov. synWaliliya 29.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird
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Waliliyan1Waliliya - white pigeon9.7.1.3Clan names1.6.1.2Bird2white pigeonov. synBunebune 7gabulimwaliliya 3
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Walulubon1Grey EgretEgretta sacra1.6.1.2Bird2Eastern Reef-EgretArdea sacra1.6.1.2Bird3Egreta sacraEgretta sacra
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Weotuin1New Guinea Flightless Rail1.6.1.2Bird2Rail speciesNew Guinea Flightless Rail
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Weoweon1bird species1.6.1.2Bird2Chestnut Rail3Railbird species, Chestnut Rail.
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Witiwitin1Groshawk1.6.1.2Bird2Grey-headed Groshawk3raptor speciesThe male Grey-headed Groshawk has a white chest; the female's is brown. They are just the same in largeness. They eat baby chickens and small birds. They live in the old growth rainforest. They make their nest in the tops of big trees. Their eggs are white with spots @@@.
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Ya'ileman1Purple Swamp Hen1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal2Dusky Moorhen1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal
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