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bininbeanov. synbembemPhaseolus vulgaris L.; Plant family: Fabaceae1.5Plant5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds5.2.3.1Food from plantsCompare also {bem} and {bembem}.
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buhobuhoncoconut variety, large, yellow-husked1.5Plant1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.1Food from seedsSee {buhoho} "ginger colored"
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gabuna, ma'ima'iNPold hard coconut{Ma'ima'i gabuna} is a very late stage in a coconut's development at which time it must fall from the tree. The meat is hard; some of the liquid has been absorbed; the husk is hard, dry & fibrous; it has not yet started to sprout or form an embryo.5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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halo yayamina, ma'ima'inslippery coconut meat{Ma'ima'i halo-yamina} is the slippery, oily stage of the meat inside a sprouting coconut touching the embryo {unona}.5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconutsI am still unsure of the morpheme breaks in {halo-yamina} REC 2017. {halo-yayamina} or {halo-yamina}?
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ho'owana, ma'ima'iNPcoconut water{ma'ima'i ho'owana} "coconut water" is the liquid which can be drunk from a coconut at any stage. Compare {ma'ima'i li'una} "coconut liquid" at any stage, and {ma'ima'i ko'una} "drinking coconut" at the young stage when the meat is still soft.5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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laisin1riceOryza sativa L.; Plant family: Poaceae.5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds2riceHabahim, E lau E lidi laisi gabuna yai.Then I went down to the rice garden.3riceYa gela ya lau wee-- laisi tumana abi'abi lisi nonohana ya ita yo fede ya ani'i hinaga.He ran away and went on until he found a winnowing basket full of rice, and he ate it all up.
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li'una, ma'ima'i, coconut liquid{Ma'ima'i li'una} is coconut liquid at any drinkable stage. Compare {ma'ima'i ho'owana} "coconut water," and {ma'ima'i ko'una} "young, drinking coconut."ov. synfolo, ma'ima'i yahasalina, ma'ima'ima'ima'i ho'owanama'ima'i kouna 1ma'ima'i masinama'ima'i masitauna1ma'ima'i pusipusinama'ima'i ya foloma'ima'i ya holi5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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ma'ima'incoconutCoconut. There are also various local varieties of coconut such as {tau mudulele} and {sine susuna}. Use: The liquid of fresh nuts is drunk. The flesh is eaten, and the "apple" in sprouting nuts is eaten. The flesh is grated and used in cooking as "coconut" milk. The young shoots at the top of the palm can be eaten. The sap from the flower stalk can be tapped for the sugary juice.Cocos nucifera L.; Plant family: Arecaceae5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconutsSee also {ma'i} Compare {niu} which is used widely for coconut in the coastal Suau areas.comp.ma'ima'i noginaNPcoconut leaf skirtnogina, ma'ima'i NPcoconut leaf skirt
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ma'ima'i an'annaNPcoconut nuts, itsMa'ima'i an'anna, uludi haisa mate lala'i na haisa kikiluka.As for the fruit of the coconut, some of the fruit (nuts) are big and others are small [implied: all at the same time].5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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ma'ima'i gabunaNPold hard coconut{Ma'ima'i gabuna} is the final stage in a coconut's development at which time it must fall from the tree. The meat is hard; some of the liquid has been absorbed; the husk is hard, dry & fibrous; it has not yet started to sprout or form an embryo.ov. synma'ima'i hasalinama'ima'i inina 2ma'ima'i konukonuna 2ma'ima'i ko'una 3ma'ima'i matamata buluna 25.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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ma'ima'i halo-yayaminaNPslippery coconut meat{Ma'ima'i halo-yamina} is the slippery, oily stage of the meat inside a sprouting coconut touching the embryo {unona}.5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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ma'ima'i hasalinaNPcoconut with hard meat{Ma'ima'i hasalina} is a mature drinking coconut with hard meat. Compare {ma'ima'i ko'una} a drinking coconut with soft meat, as well as other stages in the development of the coconut.ov. synma'ima'i gabunama'ima'i inina 2ma'ima'i konukonuna 2ma'ima'i ko'una 3ma'ima'i matamata buluna 25.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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ma'ima'i ko'unaNP1drinking coconut{Ma'ima'i ko'una}refers to the young drinking coconut, which still has soft meat inside. Called {kulau} in Tok Pisin. Compare (Ma'ima'i li'una}which is a general term for coconut water.2coconut water3coconut liquidov. synma'ima'i gabunama'ima'i hasalinama'ima'i inina 2ma'ima'i konukonuna 2ma'ima'i matamata buluna 25.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.2.7Drink
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ma'ima'i li'unaNPcoconut liquid{Ma'ima'i li'una} is the water or liquid which can be drunk from a coconut at any drinkable stage. Compare {ma'ima'i ho'owana} and {ma'ima'i ko'una}. Not to be confused with {ma'ima'i masina} the cream which squeezed out from grated coconut.5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.2.7Drink
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ma'ima'i masitauna1coconut creamMasina: masitauna te bu'a be ya tiwa, haba momona ya taumahata na te yahi be ai botolo te hin na te fapaisowa te ma'i. ‎Coconut cream: we cook the coconut cream mixed with water until it is reduced (lit: recedes) and the ""grease" appears, then we dip it up and put it in a bottle, and we can pour it out and use it to annoint (our bodies).{Ma'ima'i masitauna} is "coconut cream mixed with water." Compare {ma'ima'i masina} "cocout cream" - not mixed with water.ov. synfolo, ma'ima'i yahasalina, ma'ima'ili'una, ma'ima'i, ma'ima'i ho'owanama'ima'i kouna 1ma'ima'i masinama'ima'i pusipusinama'ima'i ya foloma'ima'i ya holi5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.3.3.5Cooking oil
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ma'ima'i pusipusinafrom POC <puti> "semen"coconut cream being squeezed{ma'ima'i pusipusina} the thick coconut cream coming out while the grated coconut is being squeezed.ov. synfolo, ma'ima'i yahasalina, ma'ima'ili'una, ma'ima'i, ma'ima'i ho'owanama'ima'i kouna 1ma'ima'i masinama'ima'i masitauna1ma'ima'i ya foloma'ima'i ya holi5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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maniotan1maniocManiota u holi. U folo. Ai maihala u tole be ya nega.Grate the manioc. Squeeze it. Put (the liquid) in the sun until it is clear.Manihot esculenta Crantz; Plant family: Euphorbiaceae5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds5.2.3.1.3Food from vegetables5.2.3.1.4Food from leaves2tapioca3cassava
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masitaunancoconut liquid, itsMasina, masitauna te bu'a be ya tiwa, haba momona ya taumahata na te yahi be ai botolo te hin na te fapaisowa te ma'i. Cocunut cream, we cook the coconut cream mixed with water until it is reduced (lit: recedes) and the ""grease" appears, then we dip it up and put it in a bottle, and we can pour it out and use it to annoint (our bodies).1.5Plant1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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pinatnpeanutArachis hypogea L.; Plant family: Fabaceae.5.2.3.1.1Food from seedsAlternative pronunciation is {pinati}.
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pinatinpeanut5.2.3.1.1Food from seedsAlternative pronunciation is {pinat}.
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sine susunaNPSine Susuna Coconut{Sine susuna} a variety of small coconut palm whose fruit is of a reddish oblong shape said to resemble a drooping breast.5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
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uludin1fruit, theirTabu uludi au anidi?Don't eat their fruit?2nuts, theirMa'ima'i an'anna, uludi haisa mate lala'i na haisa kikiluka.As for the fruit of the coconut, some of the fruit (nuts) are big and others are small [implied: all at the same time].5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconutsroot: ulu, 3s: uluna, 3p: uludi
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wa'amon1cornZea mays L.; Plant family: Poaceae5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds2maizeHwaifu, 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.
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