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gabadigabadi1snake varietysnake varietysnake varietyov. synweso 2weso 1ov. synweso 1ov. synsena'uli 2weso 1salama 12a large python which can grow to over 12 ft (4 metres).a large python which can grow to over 12 ft (4 metres).python varietybogagu ya tun, doha gabadi.My belly is stretched out, like the Gabadi python's.ov. synweso 1
gabagabagugabagabagunchest, mychest, mychest, my
gabagabaladidigabagabaladidiSUbagabagaladi2n1wall material made of vertically lashed sago leaf stemswall material made of vertically lashed sago leaf stemssago stem wall material2wall material made of sago stemswall material made of sago stemswall material made of sago stemsov. synbilibili 1gabagabalaididigolu2 1kipa 1
gabagabalaididigabagabalaididisago stem wallssago stem wallssago stem wallsov. synbitiya2 3bilibili 1golu2 1kipa 1ov. syngolu1 2bilibili 1golu2 1kipa 1ov. synkipa 3bilibili 1golu2 1kipa 1ov. syngabagabaladidi 2bilibili 1golu2 1kipa 1
gabagabanagabagabanan1breast (its)breast (its)breast, itsantantnomgu 32chest (its)chest (its)chest, itsGabagabana ya kafukafu na taulina ya dubadubaIt's breast is white and it's back is black (i.e. dark colored)antantnomna 4
gabemangabemann1governmentgovernmentgovernment2governmentgovernmentgovernment
gabemanigabemaningovermentgovermentgovermentTautaula'i yo tinatinala'i sa oigogo-nuwa-esega na Gabemani sa falibadi be sa laoma ...The adult men and adult women met together in one accord, and the government talkied to them, so they came.
gabotumgabotumn1seaseasea2deep seadeep seadeep sea3open seaopen seaopen sea
gabu1gabuWSgana, oyaESgana, oyan1gardengardengardenNa bobon hesa, aufa luwaga yo kanuwa luwaga yo, sa abidi gabu yai. . .But the day after that, they took two taro sprouts and two sweet potatoes to the garden. . .Habahim, E lau E lidi laisi gabuna yai.Then I went down to the rice garden.Iyeloma ena gabu.Iyeloma's garden.'E lau ama gabu mate sa bagili.We go to our gardens and they are grassy.Ama gabu ganana mahudo'ina hola.Our garden fence is still not all done.2gardensgardens
gabu3gabu1nhard coconuthard coconuthard coconut2Vtrburn them, toburn them, to3Vtrburn, toburn, to
gabu an'andigabu an'andiNPgarden foodgarden foodgarden foodGabu an'andi, bwaha yo wa'amo ya andi.He ate up the garden food, the pumpkins and the corn.
gabu golugabu golugabu2golu2Vtrburn something up (to)burn something up (to)burn something up, toWaihin wa ya lau tafotafo lau mate, wahiluna wa ya abi be ya gabugolu.Then the woman went running, and she grabbed the snakeskin and burned it up.Na habahim, Yaubada oyagi galewa yai ya fatamali lidiyen, be Sodom ya gabu golu.But then God sent fire dopwn from the sky and he burnt Sodom up.
gabu lawengabu lawenVtrburn it, toburn it, to
gabu paisowadigabu paisowadiNPgarden workgarden workgarden workTine'eu, umi ena tinamiu ya fanuha bena gabu paisowadi yo tobo fatufatulidi ya fatalahamiu, bena ami awa'abi.Young women, when your mother wants you to work in the garden or orders you to weave a basket, you should obey.
gabu ta'i'ili1gabu ta'i'iliVtrgirdle a tree by burning (to)girdle a tree by burning (to)girdle a tree by burning, toEna abi'abi me dofa awa'e: oyagi ie gabu ta'i'ili, abo kopina youyou wa i opafai.What she did was like girdling an "awa'e' tree by burning. Then she shed the youyou snake skin.oyagi ya gabu ta'i'ili1comp.girdle a tree by burning
gabu tau maliyahoinagabu tau maliyahoinaNP1ones who work a gardenones who work a gardenones who work a garden2gardenergardenergardenerE fatamalimiu, be gabu tau maliyahoina hudo'i haba ami lau gabuiI sent you so that you would harvest the garden of the one's who worked the garden.
gabubugabubu1nkind of pigeonkind of pigeonkind of pigeon