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eachhesa1 4DETeach
each and every onehesa - hesa 1Qeach and every one
eagerly show interest in someoneliba~fatausae 2Vtreagerly show interest in someone (to)NOT YET ATTESTED IN BUHUTU, but derived from SUAU. 2017-10-23
eaglemagesubu 1neagleBuluhagalagala, Kalitabu, Guyuwa, yo Magesubu sa wasabuwedi be sa lau afuleda.Buluhagalagala, Giant Clam, Octopus, and Eagle frightened them, and so they abandoned us.Magesubu, yau am taumoho logegu, ite. Um somo yai?Eagle, I am your enemy, right here. Where are you?
Eaglemagesubu 6nEagleCapitalized when used as the name of a character in a story.
Eagle speciesmagesubu 3nEagle species
eaglesmagesubu 2neaglesMagesubu sa adidili; sa hwaya lidi feufeula be adi ban sa tohaidi, sa andi. Eagles are strong, and they swoop down swiftly to capture their prey, and eat it.
earsfafabeyamiuhaving earsFafabeyamiu au ata'atahi komakoman!Having your ears, you listen carefully!
ears prick upbeyagu sa tiletilele 1tiletileleIDIOMears prick up (my)
earthtano'ubu1 1SUtano'ubu2tanohinearth1.2World1.2.1Landtanohi 4tano'ubu1nearth
earthquakemwanu'unu'u 1nearthquake
eatan'an1an2Vtreat (to)an'an~gogonaan'an~yaweyawesaan1 6Vtreat (to)an2 3an fa'ofidiVtreat (to)an i'ipaan'an1kaiVineat (to){Kai} is used in other Suau lects such as Logea and Saliba.kalahe1 1Vineat (to)Habahim, mahudo'idi sa kalahe eee-- bogadi sa iya'iya.Then, all of them ate and ate until their bellies were full.kalahe~esega
eat "finishan~fa'ofi 3Vtreat "finish" (to)
eat a mealan'an~yaweyawesayaweyawesaan'an1Vineat a meal (to)In ma'ana hewahewali sa an'angogo, sa an'an~yaweyawesa.He ate together with his disciples, having the "supper" together.{An'an~yaweyawesa} is the term traditional used for the "last supper."
eat all of theman~fa'ofi 6Vtr eat all of them (to)Dodoga mahudo'idi ha'a E an fa'ofidi, na itete, somo yai ya laoma?I have already eaten up all of the people, now as for this one, where did he come from?
eat all of them (hyperbole, meaning "many of them")an~fa'ofi 7Vtreat all of them (hyperbole, meaning "many of them")Doga mahudo'ina tatau yo wawahin ya an fa'ofidi.He had eaten up all of the people, both men and women,
eat between mealsan mwahibo 1Vtreat between meals (to)
eat between meals, tomwahiboVineat between meals (to); snack (to)
eat coconutan ma'i 1VObjInceat coconut (to)
eat complete contents of somethingan~fa'ofi 5Vtreat complete contents of something (to)Suwana gulewana wa ya an fa'ofi.He ate the clay pot full of pig all up.Sa hasai mate, suwana gulewana wa sa an fa'ofidi.They went up so they could eat up the pot full of pig.
eat fishan mwaiha 1VObjInceat fish (to)
eat game animalsan mwaiha 3VObjInceat game animals (to)Na ema miya Sigei yai mate 'e fanuha wananahai, pa'ana 'e an mwaiha palapa.Now I really liked our time when we stayed at Sigei, because we eating game properly.
eat game properlyan mwaiha palapaVObjInceat game properly (to)To eat ones fill of wild game.
eat himan1 5Vtreat him (to)
eat in the nightan i'ipai'ipa1an2Vineat in the night (to)"O, fuya ou'ouli afatinamai fede edi abi'abi doha. Na' e an 'i'ipa.Oh, that's it! our mother always do like this, and we eat in the night.
eat itan2 2an fa'ofidiVtreat it (to)an i'ipaan'an1ani 2Vtreat it (to)kalahe1 2Vtreat it (to)kalahe~esega
eat it all upan ma'uda 1Vtreat it all up (to)Hwalahwalala sa lau bu'a. Ya ofi 'e an ma'uda. In the morning they cooked food, ‎and when they had finished cooking it, we ate it all up.an'anniVtreat it all up (to)an'anni'iVtreat it all up (to)Ginauli hesa tahali yai bigabigana E an'anni'i be ibege ginauli hesa tahali yai ti in ai tahali mahudo'ina be ti fakou. I eat up anything on the reef which is soft, so that nothing (like that) might grow on the whole reef and cover it up.
eat it together withan~esegahiVtreat it together with, toAm kalahe, haba ma~afusana wa an~esegahi, fuya ou'ouli.You will eat your food together with dust, all of the time.
eat peoplean'antau 1AntiPto habitually eat human flesh
eat quicklyan~feufeulaidi 1Vtreat quickly (to)Na bena ami an~feufeulaidiAnd you should eat them quickly.
eat someoneanyawaVtreat someone (to)Haba Buluhagalagala i anyawa.There, Buluhagalagala will eat her.
eat somethingan2 1an fa'ofidiVtreat something (to)Ya laoma, aho natuna wa, ya felen. Ya an.She came, now then she gve it to her child. He ate it.Ana kalahe mate oyagi dubudubudi yo iwai seinadi yo oyagi uludi ya andi.As for Its food, what it eats is tree @@@@, fragments of shells and fruit from trees.an i'ipaan'an1ani 1Vtreat something (to)Ena wa ita, na ya mwahiu tau, mate Buluhagalagala ya anigu.If you see it and it has stopped quivering, then Buluhagalagala has eaten me.Ena wa lau, Tau Kaikaitau haba ya anim.When you go, Tau Kaikaitau will eat you.
eat something all upani'i 1Vtreat something all up (to)ov. synan fa'ofiya an ya ofian ofi'i
eat something by swallowing itan'an~domVtreat something by swallowing it (to)Amainia ne'i, i an'andom, ne'i ya laolaom, ya laolaom, ya laolaom 'e-- ya ofi.Right there she began swallowing it, she kept coming and coming and coming until it was finished.
eat something completely upan ofi'ieat something completely up (to)Do'ata salai sa luhu-lau, mate sa an ofi'i.If the pigs go inside, then they will eat up [the whole garden].ov. synan fa'ofiya an ya ofiani'i 1ov. synani'i 3an ma'uda 2an fa'ofiya an ya ofiov. synan fa'ofiya an ya ofi
eat something upan ma'uda 2Vtreat something up (to)ov. synani'i 3an fa'ofiya an ya ofian ofi'i
eat something while it's still greenan idahecomp. ofida'idahena1Vtreat something while it's still green (to)
eat theman'andi1Vtreat them (to)an'anidiVtreat them (to)
eat them all upan~fa'ofidiVtreat them all up (to)Doha pampam kanuwa lugudi sa an~fa'ofidi na kanuwa sa hohoyaLike the pampam csterpillars eat the sweet potato leaves up, snd the sweet potatoes become withered. anfa'ofidifa-1Vtreat them all up (to)Sa mahanoma nu'una hesa yai, mate gabu yo uma'uma haba sa anfa'ofidi.Then arrive in a certain area and then they eat up all the gardens and the plants.
eat togetherkalahe~esegakalahe1Vineat together (to)Taumoho te yo tau laulau~heyaya dodogadi ya yoga~hitinidi, yo maidana sa kalahe~esega! This man welcomes people who are sinners (bad people) and he eats together with them!
eat until tired of eatingan tausi'ololoVineat until tired of eating (to)
eat up completelyan~fa'ofi 1Vtreat up completely (to)hige gonowadi bena ti an~fa'ofiIt's not possible to eat it up completely.
eat up until it's finishedan fa'oficomp. offa'ofiVtreat up until it's finished (to)"Dodoga mahudo'idi ha'a E an fa'ofidi, na um te, somo yai wa laolaoma?"I" have already eaten up all of the people, but you here, where do you come from?"ov. synya an ya ofian ofi'iani'i 1ov. synani'i 3an ma'uda 2ya an ya ofian ofi'iov. synya an ya ofian ofi'i
eat wild gamean mwaiha 2VObjInceat wild game (to)
eat with hastean~feufeulaidi 2Vtreat with haste (to)
eatingan'an3gereatingan'andi2gereating (their)Iti hola ma an'andi na Yesu aleto ya abi, ya u'ula~baguna, habahim ya ifi. While they were still eating, and Jesus took the bread and prayed first, and then he broke it.annagereating (its)
eating prawnsan walahisaVObjInceating prawns (to be)Ye mahano, mate nanatugu nuwadi sa amna, pa'ana haba sa an walahisa. Na itiyen, ‎I arrived, and my children felt very happy because they would be eating prawns.
eating sugarcanean wa'aliwa'aliVObjInceating sugarcane (to be)Yau E lau, wa'ali luwaga E pwaidi, tinagu ana be yau agu, na 'e an wa'ali.I went and broke off two sugarcane stalks, one for my mother and one for me to eat and we were eating sugarcane.
edgeduduna 1nedgehatahata dudunathe edge of the table/shelf.
edible possessed itemagu 2EPCmy (edible possessed item)"Ae--, em aba laoma yai agu an'an ou'ouli."Please, where you come from, there is plenty of my food."