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IdipiIdipinEgyptEgyptEgyptDiyakobo mananatuna sa lau Idipi, ma'adi bogaJacob and his children went ot Eguypt with their familes
ieieBLi4ESi3smRE1hehehe2shesheshe3itititI lau ailuma yai ie eno.she went and slept in the (deserted) house.
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IesuIesunJesusJesusJesusEaubada ena nuwatohatoha umi emi, yo ai ema fuia ouԯuli, Iesu hesana eai te mahumahuli.It is always because of God's mercy, you yours and we ours, in Jesus name that we live.
ifi tatataliifi tatataliVinbreak of dawn (to be)break of dawn (to be)break of dawn, to beYa ifi tatatali, na hinaga 'e aulaha boda, be 'e hasai ho'owa uluna yai. When it was daybreak we set off again and went up to the source of the stream.
ifi~tatataliifi~tatataliVin1day break (to be)day break (to be)day break, to be2break of day (to be)break of day (to be)break of day, to be3dawn (to be)dawn (to be)dawn, to beSabati mulina yai, ya ifi tatatali, Maliya Magadala yo ena falihesa sa lau bo'usa sa kepai.After the Sabbath, day broke, and Mary Magdalene and her namesake went to see the grave.
ifidiifidiVtrbreak them apar (to)break them apar (to)break them apart, toHabahim fwalawadi yo hamadi ya ifidi. Then he broke apart the break and the fish.
IgayomaIgayomanIgayoma (a [person's name)Igayoma (a [person's name)Igayoma
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IlaidiyaIlaidiyanElijahElijahElijahIlaidiya yaluwana yo ena gigibwali yai haba ya bwaꞌi Guyau nuwanuwana yai,In the spirit of Elijah and in his power, he will go first, befores the Lord.
ilamailamanaxeaxeaxeMwakakelo Tanotano wa, tamana wa, ilama ya bahei, Tau Kaikai gadona ya ibo.Mwakakelo Tanotano, his father, took his axe and cut Tau Kaikaitau's throat.Ilama haꞌa ya nonoha bena oyagi ma lamdi ya oi~fabui~suludiHe has already prepared the axe so that he might cut away the tree with its roots.{Ilama} were formerly made of polished obsidian, but now of steel.
ilama wagailama wagaNPridgepoleridgepoleridgepole??
ilasahailasahaVtrclear the garden (to)clear the garden (to)clear the garden, to
ile'ileile'ilen1traditional bottletraditional bottletraditional bottle2bamboo containerbamboo containerbamboo container3bamboosbamboosbamboosLahaina yai dodoga haba sa le'i mate edi boiyatu yo ile'ile ma'ena tubitubi haba sa oidi. At that time the people who will dance will be striking their drums and bamboos along with their rattles(??).Is this bamboo xylophones or bamboo panpipes?
ilenailenancontainer; bottlecontainer; bottlecontainer; bottle
ilimoilimon1erima tree species (probably)erima tree species (probably)erima tree species (probably)Octomeles sumatrana (probably)2tree with oval pointed leavestree with oval pointed leavestree with oval pointed leaves
IloIlondouble-hulled canoedouble-hulled canoedouble-hulled canoeYo fede, waga luwaga ya tadidi. Hesa "Ilo," na hesa "Waga'u'e." And then he carved two canoes. One was called "ilo" a double-hulled canoe,and the other was called "waga'u'e, a planked sailing canoe.
iloloiloloVtrcarry on pole, tocarry on pole, to
iloloiiloloiVtr1carry on a carrying pole (to)carry on a carrying pole (to)carry on a carrying poleov. synbahei 3bahei 1geulaba 1kapu12carry on shoulders (to)carry on shoulders (to)carry on shoulders, toI.e., 'to carry between two or more people.'
iloloi laweniloloi lawenVtr1carry something between them (to)carry something between them (to)carry something between them, to2carry something on poles (to)carry something on poles (to)carry something on poles, toHabahim, adi imo wa sa iloloi lawen edi luma. Ba'isa pupupuna hewa yai ya ta'ai.Then they carried their taro to their house. The big man who broke wind sat on top.