Buhutu - English


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da'ada'aMLume'ehu2nstonestonestone
da'i1da'inend of netend of net
da'inada'inanend of netend of netend of netDa'ina hesa ai oyagi sa sofa be haba sa wewe lawen be da'i hesa ya lau ai tefa hesa oyagi yai sa sofa.The tie one end to a tree so they will spread it out, and then the other end goes to another place to tie it to a tree.
da'oda'oVtr1bend down??, tobend down??, to2dip downdip down
da'oda'oda'oda'oBHdakodako2nrocky beachrocky beachrocky beachUlu hesa ya be'u. Ya alele, be ya lau da'oda'o yai, ya halu hitini.Another fruit fell. It floated and went to the rocky beach, and bumped ashore.
dabalaladabalalaVin1scattered (to be)scattered (to be)scattered, to beMaihalana yai Filistini edi menamenana sa ita ya pe'i yo fede sa dabalala. In the afternoon, the Philistines saw their champion was dead, then they were scattered away.Tau~ita~wata haba sa wunui, na sipi baiwadi haba sa dabalala.The one who looks after them (shepherd) will be killed, and the flock of sheep will be scattered2flee away (to)flee away (to)flee away, to
dabalidabaliVtropen wide (to)open wide (to)open wide, toWalagofe wa, mo'ana ya dabali, pa'ana fwalufwalu ya ita.The crocodile opened his mouth, because he saw the frog.
dabalimadabaliman1planchonia tree speciesplanchonia tree speciesplanchonia tree speciesPlanchonisap p.2tree with long leaves; red in autumn; bark is brown, inner purple barktree with long leaves; red in autumn; bark is brown, inner purple barktree speciestree with long leaves; red in autumn; bark is brown, inner purple bark is used for "tihi." Oro people use for "tapa." flowers red and white; fruit is green color.
dabanadabananbunchbunchbunchbunch or cluster of fruit e.g., of oil palm or bananas.
dabayalodabayalonshouldersshouldersshoulders
dabayaloidabayaloiVtrcarry on one's back, tocarry on one's back, to
dabidabinadabidabina1crippledcrippledcrippled2paralyzedparalyzedparalyzedNa yo fede, tatau fati sa mahanoma, taumoho dabidabina sa baheiyama Yesu lisina.And so, four men arrived, carrying a paralyzed man to Jesus.
dabudabuledabudabulenorphanorphanorphanov. synhwabuhwabudohadohaikaikaihwabu
dadabodadabonsnake varietysnake varietysnake varietyKind of non-poisonous snake with brown and white stripes when young, turning grey and blue when mature. Cats sometimes catch these snakes.
dadaidadaiVtrinspection ??inspection ??inspection ??
daedaeladaedaelaVinwaste time doing something (to)waste time doing something (to)waste time doing something, toNa ia ya lau ya daedaela. Ya daedaela, maimailafi ya fuyoma. Enaba: "Tinagu, agu be?"But as for her, she went and ??. She ??. then in the afternoon she would come back and say, "Mother, where is my food?"
dafudafuSUyauganraftraftraftAmainiya, asai wa sa oi, na edi dafu sa ginauli.Then they cut down the bananas, and made their raft.Ma hwalahwalalana na ena dafu wa ya au komakomani'i.In the morning he lashed his raft together carefully.Habahim, ya tuba lau ena dafu yai.Then he swam over to his raft.ov. synwaga 1
dafudafudafudafuadjpattern of a certain quality pattern of a certain quality pattern of a certain qualityGadona ya dafudafuIts throat is ??Describing the appearance of the throat of the channel-billed Cuckoo.
dafudafunadafudafunan1rootsrootsrootsThe general word for root is {lamna}, but the small fibrous rootlets of coconuts and other palms are called {dafudafuna} and the emerging prop roots of certain pandanus are called {susuna}.ov. synlamlamna2rootlets of coconut or other palmrootlets of coconut or other palmrootlets of coconut or other palmFibrous bundle of small roots of coconut or other palmsov. synlamlamna1.5Plant1.5.1Tree1.5.5Parts of a plant