o1CONJoreda stoli, o eda pilipilidai ana siga. Yauwedo.that is the end of our story, or our legend. ThanksNa hola aho lahai te Buhutu yai dubu luwaga moho, sa laulau-tafo o sa paipaisowa, mate Kwato Church yo Catholic Church mate ne'i.But still at this time there are just two churches, and they are still running, or doing their work, those ones are the Kwato Church and the Catholic Church.ov. synbe 1ma-21o2
obiyo~bulubuluhiVtr1stand blocking the way (to)Fuyanna ya lau mate Yaubada ya manabala~heyaheyaya be ena aba~lau GUYAU ena anelu ya obiyo~bulubuluhi.When he went, God was very angry, so he had an angel of the Lord standing to block his way.2block the way by standing (to)
obiyo~fahimaVinstand up from, toYo fede teibolo yai ya obiyo~fahimaAnd so he stood up from the table.
obiyo~fuyogerrising againEda mata pa'ana bena eda Guyau Yesu Keliso ena pe'i yo ena obiyo~fuyo te fafanuwa~hiti'i.Our purpose is to welcome the Lord Jesus Christ in his death and resurrection.
obiyo~hudo'iVinstand apart (to)Falesiya mate ya obiyo~hudoꞌi, be ya lauꞌuꞌulaAs for the Pharisee, he was standing apart and he prayed.
obiyo~safisafi~loloVreflxstraighten oneself up (to)Ya abilau lisina, yo fede ya obiyo~safisafi~lolo na Yaubada ya lautoꞌiyen. He reached out and touched her, and then she straightened herself up and gave thanks to God.
ObohinanSaturdayday 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.'ov. synSatade