ilimon1erima tree species (probably)Octomeles sumatrana (probably)2tree with oval pointed leaves
Ilondouble-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.
iloloi lawenVtr1carry something between them (to)2carry something on poles (to)Habahim, 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.
iloloi~fakalamahanoyamaVtrbring out carrying on a carrying poles (to) na dodoga waihin kaikaihwabuna natuna esega dumaduma silanna sa iloloi~fakalamahanoyama. and the people were carrying out the body of the only child of the widow woman on carrying poles.
ImaitinanThursdayday of the week in calendar cycle.; there are several old weekly cycles; this one has: Aho 'Monday', Bobon 'Tuesday', Asubena 'Wednesday', Imaitina 'Thursday', Menona 'Friday', Obohina 'Saturday' and Laulauhina 'Sunday.'
ImanuwelanEmmanuelhaba natuna taumoho ya yosi, na haba hesana sa tole, <<Imanuwela.>>she will give birth to a child and she will callhis name "Emmanuel."
imiꞌimisiVinlooking back (to be) na nuwana ya imiꞌimisi mate, Yaubada ena Aba Baꞌisa Nuꞌuna ibege i lau~lobahi!and he is looking back, then he will never find God's Kingdom (place of ruling)!
imontaroFuya hesa, sa fuyo mate, adi imo hesa ya anaho.One time when they went back [to the garden], one of their taro was ripe.Nohina mate: wa'ali, walabu, asai, kanuwa, imo, kapoi, nalei, yo an'an ou'ouli ya nohi, edi gabu ganahewana yai.In its lair it stores sugar cane, pitpit, sweet potatoess, taro, various kinds of yams, and many kinds of food, there in the middle of their garden.Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott; Plant family: Araceae220.127.116.11.3Food from vegetables18.104.22.168.4Food from leaves