AbelAbelnSurname of Charles Abel, first Kwato Missionary in Milne Bay Province.Surname of Charles Abel, first Kwato Missionary in Milne Bay Province.AbelMisinale Buhutu yai sa laoma 1932. Mr. Cecil Abel ena tim sa laoma Ipouli yai.Missionaries came to Buhutu in 1932. Mr Cecil Abel's team came to Ipouli.
AbelaAbelanAbelAbelAbelAbela wa ya taumoho la'ila'i na wasabu wa otana moho,Abela is an adult man but the fear still just stays on.
AbelahamAbelahamAbrahamAbrahamAbrahamAho na ya lawen: haba hesam sa atahi ABELAHAM, pa'ana um haba wa fatubu be nu'u boludi wahadi.Now then, it comes to this: you will be called Abraham, because you with become the grandfather of many countries.
abi2abi1Vtrget (to)get (to)get, to2Vtrget it (to)get it (to)get it, toFuwafuwa nanaudi u abidi: faikona, moiyape, tipolo, painapa.Get some ripe fruit: five corners, pawpaw, lemons, and pineapple.3Vtrdo it (to)do it (to)do it, toSomo wa abi itete?What are you doing here?4Vtrhave it (to)have it (to)have it, to5Vtrobtain it (to)obtain it (to)obtain it, to6Vtrtake it (to)take it (to)take it, to7Vtrmake it (to)make it (to)make it, to8Vtruse it (to)use it (to)use it, toFulugam u abi, be ai aba tutu fapatum ni, u tulu be'um!Use your strength and come down off from that place where they nailed you.9Vtrgrasp it (to) grasp it (to) grasp it, toLele Mata sibana yai ya abi, na Lele Boga seulina yai.He put "Eye Spear" on his right , and "Belly Spear" on his left.Ena putuputu ya abi na ya aulaha ya fuyo Silowa.He grabbed his club and set off and went to Silowa.10Vtrtake a trip (to)take a trip (to)take a trip, toNa emi wasa hesa mate, ema lauwasi 'e abidi.But our other news is that we did our traveling.11Vtrhold on to it (to)hold on to it (to)hold on to it, toYau, hewa yai, E abi'abi mate. Hesana: abi.As for me on the top, I kept hanging on. It's called hanging on.12Vtrmake (to)make (to)make, to13preVdoingdoingdoingabi nonohaiabi autiauticarry down at one's side (to)Na hena E ita na ena alahiya ya abi auti mate, E siba hige somo.But when I saw him and he was carrying his spear down at his side, then I knew he had gotten nothing (no wild game).antantbahei 1antbahei 3abi fadawa'unudiVtr1curse someone (to)2hex someone (to)3call down misfortune on someone (to)Abu'awa sa liuliuhwa'en, be ya abi-fadawa'unudi.They laughed at the tree kangaroo, ans so he hexed them.Seems to imply that misfortune is called down on someone because they did show proper respect.abi~gogonidi-gogo1Vtrbring them together (to)be ya laulaui, sibasiba wananahana yo nuwatuhu dudulaidi maꞌedi ami abi~gogonidiSo that it continues, (until) you bring together, true wisdom and straight thinking.abi~nohinohi1VObjIncmake nests (to)Tuma wa ya in, ya famala doha oyagi, be gonowana ataiꞌa sa abi~nohi lagana yai.Its seed sprouts amd becomes like a tree, so that it is possible for birds to make their nests in its branches.abi~umeꞌehuidiume'ehu2Vtrstoning them (to be)Um peloweta tataudi wa wunuidi, yo wasa tau lawenidi sa duidi wa, wa abi~umeꞌehuidi be sa peꞌi. You kill the prophets and the ones who have been sent to take the message, you stone them to death.
abi bodaiabi bodaiVtr1get again (to)get again (to)get again, to2get something again (to)get something again (to)get something again, to3get something back (to)get something back (to)get something back, to
abi bwa'iyenabi bwa'iyen1Vtrget it first (to)get it first (to)get it first, to2obtain first (to)obtain first (to)obtain first, to
abi didiabi didiVtrtightly, (to hold)tightly, (to hold)tightly, to holdna sa abi didi'i.and they held him tightly.
abi didinidiabi didinidiVtr1hang on tightly to them (to)hang on tightly to them (to)hang on tightly to them, to2press them down?? (to)press them down?? (to)press them down??, to
abi dobiabi dobiVtr1take down (to)take down (to)take down, to2get something by reaching down, toget something by reaching down, toget something by reaching down, to
abi esegahidiabi esegahidiVtr1make something one (to)make something one (to)make something one, to2take them together (to)take them together (to)take them together, to3put them together (to) put them together (to) put them together, to4hold them all together (to)hold them all together (to)hold them all together, to
abi fahiabi fahiVtr1take away (to)take away (to)take away, toov. synopa~faiov. synluhu~fiyoiopa~fai2tale off a garment (to)tale off a garment (to)take off a garment, to3take out (to)take out (to)take out, to4remove something (to)remove something (to)remove something, toFaikona tumadi u abifahidi.Remove the starfruit (five corner) seeds.Abo, Oulalapa wa kopina youyou i abifahi.Then, Oulalapa took off her snakeshin.antluhu~fiyoiov. synopa~fai
abi famamayoabi famamayoVtrcontrol someone (to)control someone (to)control someone, toYa adidili wananaha be hige gonowana sai laԩ i abi famamayo.he was very strong, so that it wasn't possible for anyone to control him.
abi gogonabi gogonVtr1gather it together (to)gather it together (to)gather it together, to2get something together (to)get something together (to)get something together, to3put something together (to)put something together (to)put something together, to
abi hasaabi hasaVintake over the south (to)take over the south (to)take over the south, toYa abi lidi, be ya abi hasa. Galewa ya fadidiga. Usa ma palepalelena ma namanamalinaIt was to the north and to the south. It covered the sky: Rain with thunder and with lightning.