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b ecome ones enemyfawaiyunu'en 1Vtrbecome ones enemy (to)
b elievingkawawananaha2 2nbelieving (ones)"Natugu, em kawawananaha ha'a ya faloholohom."My child, your faith has already made you become well."
babymoumou 2nbaby
BabylonBabilonnBabylonNa Deiwidi ena fuya yai ya lau ee–, sa tohaidi sa lawedi Babiloniya yai, hitidi safuhudohudoꞌi fati hinaga, And from David's time until they were captured and taken to Babylon, was also fourteen generations.
Baccaurea fruitmabe'o 3nBaccaurea fruit
Baccaurea tree - mabe'omabe'o 2nBaccaurea tree - mabe'o5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit
backdagiVObjIncbackNa pampe'o wa E hiufahi...yo fede, salai wa E lubi-dagi.I knocked the ladder down, and hit the pig on the back.dagilaguBHtauligu2SUbigagunback (my)taulin backtauligu3nback (my)Gabagabana ya kafukafu na taulina ya dubadubaIt's breast is white and it's back is black (i.e. dark colored)na ya mulimuli suhasuha mate, lagalaga wa, taulina yai ya gwaliyen mate, ya lau be nuwa domdomna yai ya kalamahano.and behind ?? at, its branch has pierced through his back and come out at his throat (Adam's apple).taulinanback (ones)taulina yai 2PPat his back
back acrossdohe~fuyoVinback across (to go)Yesu ya awa waga yai, be bena sa dohe~fuyo.Jesus boarded the boat so that he might go back across.
back again-fuyoiadvback againna Buluhagalagala ya laoma be ya falau~boda~fuyoiBut Buluhagalagala came and made him go back again.gwali fuyoihiyala~fuyoifiyofiyo 2advback again
back and forthasi'asiasiadvback and forth (to go)Ya laulau~asi'asi be ena witi tumadi ya falilidi.He goes back and forth so he can scatter the seeds of the wheat.Yawasina ya asi'asi, be begana haba ya pe'i.He was panting [lit: his breath was going back and forth], and in a bit more would be dead..comp.yawasina ya asi'asi1
back area of somethingguiguinback area of somethingGuigui yai mate, haufata sa ginaulidi, be wawahin haba salai edi aba fafa'andi.In the back they make their platforms, so the women will have a place to feed the pigs.Waihini ibe hige i di'osae matahafo yai. Taumoho hinaga ibe hige i di'oleu guigui yai. Laugagayo la'ila'i.A woman should not go up to the front part of the house, and a man also should not go down to the back part. That is an important rule.antmatahafo
back of somethingmulina yai 4PPback of something
backsdagiladinbacks (their)Be donki ma natuna gubugubufwauna sa ledima, yo edi leli sa hesedi dagiladi yai And then they brought the donkey with her young colt and they spread their garments on their backs.taulidanbacks (our.incl)'Wapina mate te oi papa be taulida sa kamna e lisilisida sa kamna mate ai oyagi ala'alana te ladai be ai tauda te fapatudima. We peel off the bark and when our bodies ache, or our ribs have pain then we heat it in a burning flame, and then we plaster it on our bodies.
backsidepiyagu 1nbackside (my)
backslidenuwadi sa bui~fuyoidi 1Vtrbackslide (to)liba wa debana yai, feula na nuwadi sa bui~fuyoꞌidi. One account of the word, they quickly turn their hearts back again (or backslide).
backslide?suha mulimuli 2Vinbackslide? (to)
backwardsmulimuli 2mulinbackwards
badba'ayana 1BHheyaheyayana1adjbadheyaheyayana2 1adjbadheyaheyayana2 4adjbad (in general)heyaheyayana2 5adjbad (evil or sinful)Egu family ganahewana yai mate, yau edi ba'isa. Pa'ana hige Ya fanuha bena nanatugu laulau heyaheyayadi [hige] ti ginaginaulidi.Within my family I am the "ba'isa" or leader, because I do not desire that my children should do anything bad.heyaheyayana2 6adjbad (poor in quality)Emi ani'ani loholohodi sa ota, na heyaheyayadi ami abidima.Leave your good food behind, but get your bad food and bring it.heyaya1adjbadEsega mate, bonubonuna. In asiebo heyayana ya abi.One of them had sores. He had a bad sickness.heyaya2 1Vinbad (to be)ov. synbida1 3bida2ba'aya3ov. synba'ayana 2ba'aya3lau~heyaya2nuwa heyayaheyaya2 4Vinbad (to be) evil or sinful
bad (destructive in nature)heyaya2 6Vinbad, (to be) destructive in nature)
bad (in general)heyaya2 3Vinbad (to be) in general
bad (in poor in health or other quality)heyaya2 5Vinbad (to be) in poor in health or other qualityNa ena ahedi sa heyaya yo sa asiyebo, bena te saguhidi yo te ita watanidi.But if their legs are bad, or they are sick, then we ought to help them, and look after them.
bad activitieslaulau heyaheyayadi 1NPbad activites
bad peopledodoga heyaheyaya 2NPbad people
bad persondoga heyaheyana 1NPbad person
bad thingsginauli heyaheyayadi 2NPbad thingsNa natum te em gogo mahudo'ina ya anfagofagoela'edi ginauli heyaheyayadi yai,But your son here wasted all your goods on evil things.
bad voicesgadomai sa heyaya 1CLbad voices (to have)Ai tau le'i loloho, in moho wana yai, gadomai sa heyaya.We are good dancers, but in regard to singing, our voices are bad.
badly of herfaheyaya 5anfaheyayaidiadvbadly of her
badnessheyaya4 1nbadness
bagaba husahusa~gogo 1NPbagTabu tuꞌe au abidi yo aba husahusa~gogo, kalahe, o moni, e emi senisi.Don't take your walking stick, or your carrying bag, food, money or your change of clothes.baiki 1nbagWiti baikidi tausan esega.A thousand bags of wheat.ov. synhiko 1plastiki 1ov. synhiko 2hiko 1plastiki 1ov. synhiko 1plastiki 1kwade1 1nbag (woven)
bag made of plasticplastiki 2nbag made of plastic
baitban1 1SUbai2nbaitbannafa'anbandiban1 7SUbai2nbait (any food or fruit used to lure something into a given vicinity)Ema banna, lala'a ya fuwa. Atai'a boludi sa ani'i, lala'a wa.Our bait for them: the lala'a tree was fruiting, and plenty of birds were eating it up, the lala'a fruit.bannafa'anbandiban1 8SUbai2nbait (specific variety of plant used for making lures)fleshy plant from which bait for trolling is made by stripping away layers of the stalk (which is like the inside of a banana stalk) until a white, inner layer is exposed.bannafa'anbandibanna 1ban1nbait (natural)
bake itgabu2 3gabu goluVtrbake it (to)Na haba sa gabudi, edi aba tegatega yai.And then they baked them, in the place where they make cakes.
ballshabidi 2nballs (their)mwaudi 2nballs (their)Giliki alinadi yai Yuniki aniyona mate taumoho mwauna luwaga sa nigohidi (doha salai o ꞌwayowa).In the Greek language the meaning of "Eunuch" is a man whose testicles (balls) have been cut, (like a pig's or a dog's).
bamboobaubau 1nbambooov. syntulaiDendrocalamus asper or Bambusa aspera Schult. & Schult. f.; or Bambusa vulgaris Schrad. ex Wendl.; Plant family: Poaceae. various species.ile'ile 2nbamboo container
bamboosile'ile 3nbamboosLahaina yai dodoga haba sa le'i mate edi boiyatu yo ile'ile ma'ena tubitubi haba sa oidi. At that time the people who will dance will be striking their drums and bamboos along with their rattles(??).Is this bamboo xylophones or bamboo panpipes?
bambusa spp.baubau 2nbambusa spp.Tataudi luwaga sa ta'ai na ni'a sa nigohi beee--, gonowana haba baubau ou'oulina safuhudohudo'i.The two men sat there and cut up their game until it was enough (to fit into) ten pieces of bamboo.Generic term for various bambusa species. Any of several large, hard bamboos, with a diameter up to 5 or 6 inches and a height approaching 60 feet. the stem itself may be yellow or green.ov. syntulai
bananaasai1ESasai4WSasai4BNbaela1nbananaNa fuya lofalofa sa lau be adi asai wa sa yo'oidi, nanaudi.They went for a long time searching for their ripe bananas.Ami asai, yo ami udo, yo ami kanuwa, yo loholohodi ti otawa,As for your bananas, and your taro and your sweet potatoes, and and your good things, leave the good ones behind.Asai nanaudi fati u tole u fabigabiga.Take four ripe bananas and soften them.Ana asai ya bahei, na ya tulu be'u lidi, ho'owa yai.He carried his bananas and he went down (the bank) to the river.Papua New Guinea is probably one of the main original homes for most of the bananas in the world. There are over 500 different kinds of bananas. FOOD CROPS of Papua New Guinea (Bruce French, 2006)antasai4ov. synbwakaka 1samosamoa 1Musa sp (A &/or B genome) cv.; Plant family: Musaceae5.2.3.1Food from plants5.2.3.1.2Food from fruitasai4WS ofasai1ES ofasai1nbananaantmulumuluwaantasai1antbwakaka 2antmisilukianttembaantbihiya 4ov. synbabakabihiya 1WSasai3BNbaela2ESasai2PWOc *Bwatiq, "banana cultivar."nbananaTaiyede, ya lofo ya lidi, be bihiya nanauna wa ya abidi.Then she flew down and got a ripe banana.Papua New Guinea is probably one of the main original homes for most of the bananas in the world. There are over 500 different kinds of bananas. FOOD CROPS of Papua New Guinea (Bruce French, 2006)Musa sp (A &/or B genome) cv.; or Musa x paradisiaca; Plant family: Musaceae.bwatitina 2nbud (banana)golagola 1nbanana (wild )Magesubu wa ya lofo lidima mate, ya abi lau golagola atipudi yai.Eagle flew down and then he grasped the wild banana stalks in the middle.ov. synbihiya 4mulumuluwatembamisilukisamosamoa 1Musa ingens Simmonds; Plant family: Musaceae.gongon 1nwild bananaSa leu --, asai hesana gongon sa oi. They went on west and then they cut some wild bananas called gongon.Wild bananas bear edible fruit, but it is full of large seeds.Musa ingens Simmonds; Plant family: Musaceae.gongon 2nbush banana
banana budbwatitina 1nbanana bud1.5.5Parts of a plant
banana varietysamosamoa 1nlarge banana varietyov. synasai1bwakaka 1ov. synbihiya 4golagola 1mulumuluwatembamisiluki
bandageplasta 1nbandage
bandagesbandisinbandageswain yo oliwe uluna gilisina ya fagoidi ana omata yai, na ya auꞌauwidi bandisi yaiHe poured wine and olive oil on his woulds and tied them up with bandages.
bandicootsibinnbandicootov. synabu'awa 1iwaloha 1hamahewasagwai 1selaselanauyaPeroryctidae
BaniyalaBaniyala 1nBaniyala
Baniyala peopleBaniyala 2nBaniyala peopleBeyabeyana lulu la'ila'i Tamonau yai. Plantation tau paisowa, Baniyala dodogadi, yo luma tataudi, sa pelei-lululu.A long time ago there was a big fight at Tamonau. Plantation workers, Baniyala people and village people fought when they played cards.The name of a group of people, possibly from Normanby Island?
bankbanikanbankWa somo, be egu moni hige u lau banika yai u tole,You what? then you did not put my money in the bank?
baptise someonefababasito 1Vtrbaptise someone (to)fababasitomiu
baptised, to bebabasito 'to be baptized'fababasitodiVinbaptised (to be)"Au nuwa~bui na au babasito, Haba Yaubada emi heyaheyaya ya nuwa~afuledi.""Turn your minds [repent], and be baptized; then God will leave your sins from his mind [forgive them]."
baptizefababasito 3Vtrbaptize, toLisina yai Diyon ya taumahata nu'u pitapitalina yai, be ya lauguguya yo ya fafababasito.for this reason John appeared in the desert region, and he preached and baptized.fababasitomiu
baptize them, tofababasitodibabasito 'to be baptized'Vtrbaptize them (to)Dodoga mahudoꞌidi Diyon ya fababasitodi lahaina yai,John baptized many people on (that) day.
bark'wapina 1BLkopina5DAopina3BBkopina4SUopina2nbark (its)ph. v.'wapigutalabwauVinbark (to)salai sa laulau~kule, yo 'wayowa sa talabwau.Pigs are grunting and dogs are barking.