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habitskamaninhabitsHewali, hasala edi gado~lelehi yo kamani heyaheyayadi u gela~afuledi.Run away from the strong desires (lusts) and bad habits of young men and young women
habituallaulau2 8laulau dudulaidigerhabitual lifestyleLaulau hesa mate, ena bwaibwai sa gaimumu mate bena te tau'ulu be edi liba te lau watanidi.Another custom is that when the old women give advice we ought to pay attention and follow their advice.Na in moho, dodoga edi laulau mate, hige ti buidi.But just one thing, as for the ways of the people, they did not change them.ov. syneda laulau yo eda abi'abifa'ita~lobahi~laulauna
habituallyan-3anfalafu2Vtr > Vtrhabitually
hack something offtala-sapiVtrhack something off (to)tau antalasam ba'isana ena fayofayo tau abina beyana sibasibana yai ya tala~sapi ena baineti yai.He hacked off the ear of the Chief Priest's servant on his right side.
HadesHeidisinHadesGiliki alinadi yai "oyagi alaꞌalana" mate Heidisi o dodoga peꞌipeꞌi edi aba otaꞌota, Ai Buhutu mate Tanalai. yo Suau yai hesana mate Biula.In the Greek language hell (the burning fire) is Hades, or the place where the dead people remain. In Buhutu it is Tanalai, and in Suau it is called Biula
HagarHagalanHagar
haifr of my headkulugu maihawadiNPhair of my head
Halcyon sanctaDodokwatauba 3nHalcyon sancta
HamanHamannHamanYau hesagu Diwosi. Tamagu hesana Haman.I am named Diwosi. My father's name was Haman.Name of a man's father from Bolowai village in 1985.
handnima 1nima kaisu bodanhandnimana 1nhand (his)nimana 2nhand (her)nimana 3nhand (ones)
hand printleleyana 5nhand printFuya ou'ouli mate in, Tolutoluwaga nimana leleyana.All of the time that's it, the print of Tolutoluwaga, the Nightjar's, hand.Powati leleyadi nimana yai, yo ana omata lisilisina yai ya fa'ita.he showed him the nail prints in hands and the wound in his side.ov. synmunana
handsnimamainhands (our.excl)
hand-signal, to makenima~oidima 2Vtrhand-signal, to make
handsomeooouli 1adjhandsome
handsome appearanceanhewahewali 1nhandsome appearanceAi kin, mate ema anhewahewali, 'e le'ile'i pilipili bena wawahin 'e fabe'udi yo wisiyamai 'e anfafa'ita'edi.We kings in our handsome appearance, dance around so that we might knock the females out and show them our adornments.
hang aroundgogogo 2Vinhang around (to)
hang it upfakauti 1fa-1kautiVtrhang it up (to)Habahim, Mwakakelo Tanotano wa asai ya oi, be ya fakauti.Then Mwakakelo Tanotano cut some bananas and hung them up.
hang on tightly to itabi didinVtrhang on tightly to it (to)Na duduna haba wa abi didin.And you will hang on tightly to the end (of the rope).
hang on tightly to themabi didinidi 1Vtrhang on tightly to them (to)
hang oneselffaluke~fuyoiVreflxhang oneself (to)Yo fede Diudasi moni ya peidi Dubu Tabuna tefana yai na ya au'aulaha ya lau be ya faluke~fuyoiAnd so Diudasi [Judas] threw the money down in the temple area and he set off, and went and hanged himself.
hang something upfakauti 2fa-1kautiVtrhang something up (to)
hanging around doing nothingmiyamiya~gaibu 1Vinhanging around doing nothing (to be)na dodoga hola sa miyamiya~gaibu ya itadi.And he saw (some) people who were hanging aorund doing nothing.
Hanuabada villageHanuabadanHanuabada villageHanuabada Village or by extension Port Moresbyov. synLuma La'ila'i 5MosipiLuma La'ila'i 1
happenmahata2 2Vinhappen (to)tubu1 5tubutubudiVinhappen (to)Waihin asi'asiyebona wa ya sibai somo lisina yai ya tubu,As for the sick woman, she knew what had happened to her,
happen involuntarilynuhuli 1Vinhappen involuntarily (to)tafo~nuhulidi
happen irresistablynuhuli 3Vinhappen irresistably (to)Mulina yai habahim, guliyam laꞌilaꞌi nuꞌuna ni ya tafo~nuhuli, hige gonowana somo hesa i abi~watan. Then, afterwards, a big famine ran throughout that country, and it wasn't possible for him to get anything (to eat).tafo~nuhulidi
happeningmata2 3nhappening
happinesskwadegu 1nhappiness (my)
happyamna1 3Vinhappy, (to be)Nuwagu ya amnaI feel happyov. synkwade3 1nuwagu ya amnaam'amnananuwam ya amnanuwa1CLhappy (your.sg heart to be)Yena wa lobahi mate, haba nuwam ya amna, be wa bahei,When you find it (the sheep) then your heart will feel happy and you will carry it.
happy heartsma nuwa loholohodi 1PPwith happy heartsnuwa loholohodi, ma 2PPwith happy heartsnuwa~amna 1NPhappy heartsWasa sa atahiyen, yo fede sa abi ma nuwa amnadi.They hear the message, and then they take it with sweet minds (= happy hearts).
happy mindsma nuwa loholohodi 2PPwith happy minds
happy togetherkwade~gogo 1-gogo1kwade2Vinhappy together (to be)kwade~gogo~esegakwade2-gogo1esegaVreciphappy together (to be)Yo fede sa kwade~gogo~esega.And then they were happy together.
happy, verykwade wananahavery happy (to be)
harbouralotau1 2BHkalotauSUalotau2nharbour
hardgabu3 1nhard coconutpo'i 1Vinhard (to be)Gabuna mate, an'anna ha'a ya po'i ya be'u ya lidi ai tanohi.As for the old coconut, its meat is already hard, and it falls and goes down on the ground.po'ipo'i 1adjhard
hard of heartpo'ipo'i 4hard of heart, hardheaded (unyielding stubborn) ??? need to check out this meaning
hard problempo'ipo'i 3hard problem (difficult situation)
hard substancepo'ipo'i 2hard substance (opposite of soft)Na ulabo aniyona mate, Buhutu edi oyagi hesa po'ipo'ina hesana ulabo.But as for the meaning of 'Ulabo' there is a very hard tree of the Buhutu people which is named Ulabo.
harder meathasalina, ma'ima'idrin king coconut with harder meatThe stage in a coconuts development when it is still filled with liquid, but after the meat has become hard.ov. synfolo, ma'ima'i yama'ima'i masinama'ima'i masitauna1ma'ima'i ya holima'ima'i ya foloma'ima'i pusipusinama'ima'i kouna 1ma'ima'i ho'owanali'una, ma'ima'i, 5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts
hardshipsanfaleVtrendure hardships, to
harlotmatamata heyayanaNPharlotNa Lahaba, waihin matamata heyayana moho, ma afa'efana, tabu ti faheyayadi, pa'ana in eda tau ita-sipo ya simodi.But don't let them do any harm to just Rahab the harlot and here family, because she is the one who hid our spies.waihin matamata heyayana 1NPharlotWaihin hesa hesana Lahaba ena luma yai sa miya, na in mate waihin matamata heyayana.They stayed at the house of a woman named rahab, and she was a harlot.Na Lahaba, waihin matamata heyayana moho, ma afa'efana, tabu ti faheyayadi, pa'ana in eda tau ita sipo ya simodi.But don't let them do any harm to just Rahab the harlot and here family, because she is the one who hid our spies.
harsh*wiyowiyoadvharshSee Luka 19:21mana~wiyowiyoharsh (to be)E ꞌwasabuwem, pa'ana um wa mana~wiyowiyo. I was afraid of you because you are a harsh/hard person.manamana~wiyowiyogupartharsh Haꞌa wa sibai mate yau doga manamana~wiyowiyogu, You already know that I am a harsh person.
harsh persontau nuwa kipi doganaNPharsh personfrom Mt 25.
harvestanhola 1AntiPharvest (to)mahula E lau gabuidiCLharvest (I)Haꞌa doha wa sibai mate, mahula E lau gabuidi mate, hige yau ya umahidi,Already you understand that I went and gardened the harvest, but I did not plant it.mahulaVinharvest (to have)Taumoho hudoꞌi fafagogona ena gabu mate, ya mahula. A certain wealthy man's garden, had (a good) harvest.When one say of a garden, {ya mahula} is the concept that it is "a good harvest."tau lau~gabuina1 2NPones who harvest
harvest somethinganholeHABharvest something (to)Ae, u saguhigu be egu wa'amo te anhole."Please, help me so that we (can) harvest our corn.
harvest themlau gabuidiVtrharvest them (to)Somo um hige u tole mate wa abi, yo tau uma hudo'i na, um wa lau~gabuidi.What you have not put, is what you get, and the one who plants is someone else, but you are the one who harvests them.6.2.5Harvest
harvest timefuya nanau 3nanaufuyaNPhavest timeLIT: time of ripening.lau~gabu fuyanagabu1fuyanaVinharvest time (to be)I otawa. Sitaniya yo witi ti faiꞌin yee–, ya lau gabu fuyana.Let it be, Let the sitaniya weeds and the wheat grow togwther until it is harvest time.Lau~gabu fuyana aniyona mate, Tano'ubu ena fuya ofiHarvest time means the end of the World.
harvest?faloloiVtrharvest? (to)haba tau paisowa haisa ya fatamalidima, be ena gabu haba sa faloloi (paisowai).he will send other workers hither to work in/harvest his garden.