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-a

a suffix added to certain finite verb forms to indicate that the third person plural is the undergoer of an action

-a₂ [PMP]

Mager 1952

1
abi

take hold of, grab, seize, grasp, clutch, take

抓住,抓住,抓住,抓住,抓住,抓住,抓住abi [POC]

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2
abi

take hold of, grab, seize, grasp, clutch, take

抓住,抓住,抓住,抓住,抓住,抓住,抓住qabi [POC]

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3
abi

to take hold of, grab, seize, grasp, clutch, take

抓住,抓住,抓住,抓住,抓住,抓住kabi [POC]

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4
-ad

suffix added to some finite verb stems to indicate that the undergoer of the action is the first person plural inclusive

ata [PAN]

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5
ai

have sexual intercourse (also used in respect to animals)

性交(也用於動物)qait [POC]

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6
aia

interjection indicating wonder, astonishment, etc.

表示驚奇、驚訝等的感歎詞。aya₁ [PAN]

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7
aiau

several species of the strangler fig (Ficus). They are considered to be the abode of #tibud spirits ( = spirits of the dead)

qayawan [PEMP]

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8
-an

suffix added to substantives to form qualifiers, and sometimes to verbs to form nouns or qualifiers

加在實體上形成限定詞的尾碼,有時加在動詞上形成名詞或限定詞-ana [POC]

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9
anut

name of a #tibud (ancestral) spirit... Some say that Anut lived in the Laden region, others say Anut lived far away and did not concern himself about man; God, the creator of heaven and earth; the gods and idols of the non-Christian

qanitu [PMP]qaNiCu

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10
atai

projecting part of the #bidal (Platform), opposite the #sam (outrigger float)

bidal(平臺)的突出部分,與sam(支腿浮動)相對qatai [POC]

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11
atai

the projecting part of the platform of a canoe opposite the outrigger float

獨木舟平臺與支腿浮子相對的突出部分katae [POC]

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12
ate-n

heart (as will), the center of one's being; loyalty; surface, plane, area, breast, compound, floor

qatay [PMP]qaCay

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13
au

yes, certainly

是的,當然au₂ [PAN]

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14
au

white marine fish about 22 inches long

長約22英寸的白色海魚qawa₁ [PMP]

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15
aua-n

mouth; beak, snout, muzzle

嘴;嘴,嘴,嘴qawa₂ [POC]

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16
ayad

outrigger boom

支腿吊杆kayajo [POC]

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17
az

fence

柵欄qaRa₂ [POC]

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18
azu

word; speech, talk, sermon, address; language, dialect

單詞;言語,談話,佈道,地址;語言,方言kaRu₂ [POC]

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19
bab (NG)

kind of coral, limestone

一種珊瑚,石灰岩papo₃ [POC]papo

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20
balai

a fish about two feet long, red color

一條大約兩英尺長的紅色魚balai₁ [POC]

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21
bali

canine tooth of a dog

狗的犬齒bati [POC]

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22
bani-n

wings of birds

鳥的翅膀banic [POC]paNij

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23
baz

incantation, spell, magic, charm

咒語,咒語,魔法,符咒噪聲

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24
baz

a tree: Erythrina variegata. It grows quickly and gives much shade, sheds its leaves and during that time has bright red flowers

噪聲

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25
baz

a tree: Erythrina variegata

一棵樹:刺桐噪聲

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26
bek

have a bowel movement, defecate

排便bekas₄ [POC]

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27
bel

a shrub like the croton with dark green aromatic leaves -- used in witchcraft

一種像巴豆一樣的灌木,有深綠色的芳香葉子,用於巫術bele [POC]

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bidbid

looped, wound about, convoluted, coiled

盤繞噪聲

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29
bilak

huge, gigantic, great, large, immense, powerful; honorable, expert, wise; the great one, 'big shot', expert

bilak₂ [POC]

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30
boi

a part, share, piece, a fraction, portion, division, paragraph, stanza, section, fragment, moiety

一部分,一份,一塊,一部分,一部分,一部分,一段,一節,一段,一部分boi₁ [POC]

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31
boŋ-anip

at the end of night, tomorrow

在晚上,明天boŋi [POC]beRŋi

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32
boz

pig, hog, swine, pork

豬,豬,豬,豬肉boRok [POC]beRek

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33
bub

a fish about 10 inches long, brownish body with red stripes

一條長約10英寸、褐色身體、有紅色條紋的魚bubu₇ [POC]

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34
bubul

tree with white sap; the fruit is eaten by cassowaries and pigs

有白色樹液的樹;果實被砂鍋和豬吃噪聲

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35
bubuni

cover (with dirt, paint, oil), spread (pain on boards, bread with butter, etc.), smear (object, character), besmear, paint, daub, anoint, hide the original surface of something

bubuni [POC]

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36
bubuz, bubuz-i

to chase (as pigs into nets set up; a group spreads out and makes a lot of noise to chase the pigs into the nets); to drive (pigs, cattle, etc.), round up, press in from all sides, besiege, mob, harass, harry, badger

bubuR₂ [POC]

Mager 1952

37
bui

dip something into a fluid; immerse, plunge in (and out)

將某物浸入液體中;浸入,浸入buqi₂ [PCEMP]

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38
buku-buk

small elevation or swelling under the skin due to an insect's bite

昆蟲叮咬引起的皮膚下的小隆起或腫脹buku-buku [POC]bukuh

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39
buku-n

knot on the stem of a tree, or a knot tied in a cord; knob; tumor, hemorrhoids

樹幹上的結,或系在繩子上的結;鈕扣;腫瘤,痔瘡buku [POC]bukuh

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40
buku-n-bakan

knotty, gnarled, knotted

多節的,多節的,多節的buku [POC]bukuh

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bul

a white shelled mollusk (Ovula ovum) used as an ornament, a medium of exchange, and in divination

buliq₁ [POC]

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42
bul-bul

bluish-grey marine fish about five inches long

藍灰色海魚,約5英寸長buli buli [POC]

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43
buli

turn back or into something else; change, transform; turn (over, back, round)

轉回來或變成別的東西;改變,轉變;轉(轉,轉,轉)buliŋ [POC]puliŋ₁

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bun

general name for pigeons, doves

鴿子的總稱bune [POC]punay

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45
buŋ

a round coral growth

圓珊瑚buŋa₃ [POC]buŋa

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dam

a spatula, made of bone or wood, used to transport lime into the mouth when chewing betel nut

刮刀一種用骨頭或木頭製成的刮刀,用來在咀嚼檳榔時把石灰送到嘴裏d(r)amut [POC]

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damo-n

forehead

額頭damwa [POC]

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48
dod

cork, stopper made out of leaves rolled together

軟木塞,用卷在一起的葉子做成的塞子joŋjoŋ [POC]seŋseŋ

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49
duzi

to guide, lead, conduct, show the way

引導、引導、引導、指路suRi₂ [POC]

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en

lie, rest, sleep

撒謊,休息,睡覺qenop [POC]qenəp

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51
fala

ceiling, the covering of a room; sometimes only part of the room has a ceiling, and this serves as a platform

pala₁ [POC]pala

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fia-fu

to bear fruit (abundantly, continuously, as a coconut tree)

結果實(豐盛地、連續地,如椰子樹)puaq [POC]buaq

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fon

leatherback turtle, Dermochelys coriacea

革背龜poñu [POC]peñu

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fu

betel, a climbing species of pepper (Piper betle); the leaves, fruit and roots are used in chewing betel nut. The green leaves are also rubbed and mixed with lime to heal wounds; to bloom and bear fruit, to fruit

puaq [POC]buaq

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fu

blowing, storming, roaring, blustering, tempestuous (as wind)

狂風,狂風,咆哮,狂風,狂風(如風)puu [POC]buu₁

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fud

banana (thirty four varieties distinguished by name)

香蕉(以名稱區分的34個品種)pudi [POC]punti₁

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fuf

a wood borer, beetle, worm; the refuse (dust) of the wood borer

蛀蟲、甲蟲、蠕蟲;蛀蟲的糞便pupuk₂ [POC]bukbuk₃

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fun

origin, beginning; derivation, source; foundation, base; originator, creator, author, composer; home; kind, species, sort; reason, meaning, cause; fact

puqun [PMP]

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fun-i

strike, beat, pound, thrash, knock, bash, bat, whack, whip; slay, slaughter, kill, murder; happen, befall; (cause to) spread far and wide; extinguish (as a torch); exert oneself; become tired, weary

punuq-i [POC]buNuq₂

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60
fuʔe

to open, uncover, lay (throw) open, turn (the leaves in a book)

打開、揭開、鋪(扔)開、翻(書中的葉子)puke [POC]buka

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-g

a suffix added to certain substantives to indicate that the first person singular is the possessor

附加在某些實體上的尾碼,表示第一人稱單數是擁有者-gu [POC]-ku

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i

3sg. and pl.

3毫克。和pl。ia₁ [PAN]

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i

exclamation: whew! ugh!

感歎:呼!啊!i₁ [PAN]

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i-fun-ad

he hit us

他打了我們ata [PAN]

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il

look at, behold, discern, perceive; sight, view

看哪,看哪,看哪,看哪;看哪,看哪ilo₂ [POC]ilaw

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ilo-n

interior, midst, inside, core, inlet, pith; the seat of thought, will and emotions; heart, mind, self, soul, contents of memory

ilo₁ [POC]ilo

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im

kind of screw pine (pandanus); has aerial roots, and its leaves are used to make rain capes

一種螺杆松(pandanus);有氣生根,其葉子用來做雨篷ima₂ [PCEMP]

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isis

smile, grin (draw the lips away from the teeth)

微笑,咧嘴笑(把嘴唇從牙齒上移開)噪聲

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iwa-n

ZH (m.s.)

ZH(碩士)ipaR- [POC]hipaR

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iwa-n pain

BW (w.s.), HZ

BW(w.s.),赫茲ipaR- [POC]hipaR

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iz

an adze; the stone was bound in a #foŋ (two pieces of wood hollowed out on the inside to take a stone axe) so it could be turned as desired

kiRam [PMP]

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izi

kind of lory with red wings and green body: Lorius ruber

一種長著紅色翅膀和綠色身體的花:紅蘿莉siri [POC]

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kakazi ~ kekazi

break the earth with a stick, delve, dig up

用棍子把地打碎,挖,挖karkar [PAN]

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kalik

head (neck) rest (support); pillow

頭(頸)枕kalik [POC]

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75
kamu-kamu

move something to and fro in the mouth; move the lips when chewing; nibble around a kernel held in the mouth; gnaw at somethting

kamu₃ [POC]kamu₂

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kanam

a song, hymn

一首歌、一首讚美詩kanam [POC]

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77
kan-kan

to think, consider, reflect, muse, cogitate, deliberate, speculate, meditate, imagine, ponder

思考kana-kana [POC]

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78
kaŋaz

the various species of the genus Canarium; also the mature seed, which is edible

金絲雀屬的各種植物;也是成熟的種子,可食kaŋaRi [POC]

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kaŋkaŋ

the sound made by a ripe coconut (timber) when it is snapped with the finger

用手指折斷成熟椰子(木材)發出的聲音kaŋkaŋ₂ [PAN]

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kapat

a raft; several logs thrown over a ditch or stream

木筏;扔在溝渠或小溪上的幾根圓木kabat₂ [POC]

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kas

the tobacco plant; a leaf of tobacco, a cigar

煙草植物;煙葉、雪茄kasu [POC]

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kau

lime made from coral, oyster shells, etc., and used in chewing betel nuts

珊瑚、牡蠣殼等製成的酸橙,用於咀嚼檳榔kau₁ [POC]

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kazag

a crab

螃蟹kaRakap [PMP]

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kili-bob

butterfly

蝴蝶boboŋ [POC]beŋbeŋ₄

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kiu

movement in coitus

性交運動kiur [POC]kiud

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kiu

movement in coitus

性交運動kiuq [POC]

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kiukiu

to hitch and hitch, said of a man (or woman) who fornicates

亂套亂套,指通姦的男人(或女人)kiur [POC]kiud

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kiu-kiu

to hitch and hitch, said of a man (or woman) who fornicates

亂套亂套,指通姦的男人(或女人)kiuq [POC]

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kokoŋ

a slit gong; the beat or rhythm of a song

開鑼;一首歌的節拍或節奏keŋkeŋ₁ [PAN]

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kokoŋ

narrow; strait; restricted, constricted

狹窄的;狹窄的;狹窄的keŋkeŋ₃ [PMP]

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koz

rumor, hearsay, tittle-tattle, gossip, suppositions

謠言、道聽塗說、閒言碎語、猜測koron [POC]

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kuák

a bird; it cries a good deal, esp. in the morning

鳥;叫聲很大,尤指早晨kuak [PMP]

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kunut-i

pinch off (with the fingernails), pluck (cloth, wool, lint) into shreds, squeeze or compress between any two hard bodies

kunut [PMP]

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la

to go (away, about on foot, a horse, bicycle, vehicle, boat, etc.); to walk, depart, march (get, pack, move, start) off, take leave, get underway, set out; to continue, keep on (with any kind of action), to keep up or maintain any course or series of actions; to carry on

lakas [POC]lakaj

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laba

grey marine fish about three feet long

大約三英尺長的灰色海魚lapa₁ [POC]

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laŋ

beach, shore, strand, coast

海灘,海岸,海濱,海岸laŋi₁ [POC]

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las

whitish-grey marine fish about five feet long

大約五英尺長的灰白色海魚laji₂ [POC]lajih

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lau

the high seas, an open, unenclosed portion of the sea

公海laur [POC]lahud

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li-lili

round and round; rolling; wandering

旋轉的;滾動的;遊蕩的liliŋ₂ [PMP]

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100
lilim

madness, insanity, running amuck

瘋狂,瘋狂,狂奔lilim [POC]

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101
liwo-n

tooth, saw tooth, the serrated margin of a leaf; tooth of a cog-wheel; prong (of a fork, spear, broken branch); the two points on the end of a housepost

lipon [POC]lipen

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loan

endure, continue a long time; exist for a long period; protract; abide; last

忍耐,持續很長時間;存在很長時間;持久;堅持;最後loan [POC]

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lof

a pit, hole, grave, mine

坑、洞、墳墓、我的lopoŋ [POC]lebeŋ₁

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lom

the dirty, loamy water that flows off after a rain; all water that remains in puddles pools afer a rain

loma [POC]

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105
loŋ

to know, to have knowledge of, to be acquainted with, be aware of, be sensible of, to hear, learn, learn by heart, be able, be careful of, to make possible, to perceive, comprehend, understand, apprehend, be cognizant of, to fathom, make out, discern; have a premonition, to notice, feel, sense, observe, be conscious of

roŋoR [POC]deŋeR

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106
luma-n

the forelegs of kangaroos and wallabies

袋鼠和袋鼠的前腿luma [POC]

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107
luŋ

a slip, a sloping ramp or pier, dock; the pieces of wood put on the beach over which the canoe slips when pulled up

laŋon [POC]laŋen

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108
luŋ

the pieces of wood put on the beach over whhich the canoe slips when pulled up

把木塊放在沙灘上,當獨木舟被拉上來時,木塊會滑倒luŋan [POC]

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109
mai

conjunction: and, also, too, as well as, likewise, moreover

連詞:還有,同樣,還有mai [PMP]

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mal

a tree, it bark is used to make G-strings and blankets; loincloth made from the bark of #mal

一棵樹,它的樹皮被用來做丁字褲和毯子;用樹皮製成的腰帶malaw [PCEMP]

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malon

white core of the fruit of the breadfruit

麵包果的白色果核malon [POC]

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mam

a reciprocal classificatory kinship term; male speaking: father’s brother, mother’s sister’s husband, father’s mother’s brother’s or sister’s son, father’s father’s brother’s or sister’s son; father; son; female speaking: father and his brothers; son; mother’s sister’s husband; father’s father’s brother’s or sister’s son; mother’s mother’s brother’s or sister’s son; an honorary title for older persons, those in a higher position, as teachers, missinaries, God

mama [POC]mamah

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113
mam

to chew, to crunch, to masticate (especially betel nuts, but also food)

咀嚼,咀嚼,咀嚼(特別是檳榔,但也包括食物)mamaq [PMP]

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ma-mai

shame; embarrassment, confoundedness, abashment

羞恥、困窘、羞愧、羞愧ma-mayaq [PCEMP]Seyaq

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115
mánan

tame, docile (mostly in reference to animals), peaceful, obedient, trained

馴服,溫順(主要指動物),平和,順從,訓練有素ma-nacam [POC]najam

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mao

taro, Colocasia esculenta

芋頭mwapo [POC]

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117
mas

sea, ocean, sea water, saltwater; salt

海,海,海水,鹽水;鹽maqasin [PCEMP]qasiN

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mat

die, expire, pass away, yield up the ghost, perish, stop (motor), go out (fire); long, yearn, crave, hanker, desire, love, like, pine, pant for, languish for, care, want, die (for), lust after

mate [POC]aCay

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mazi

to roast, cauterize, toast, bake, parch, sear, burn, incinerate, set fire to, ignite, light (e.g. a cigar)

mwaRi [POC]

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mu

marine fish about a foot long, front part yellowish brown, shading off to yellowish toward the rear

大約一英尺長的海魚,前部黃棕色,後部逐漸變黃muquŋ [PMP]

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m-ul

turn back, return, come (go) back, come again, turn around, return home, revert, relapse, recoil, react

m-ule [POC]uliq₁

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122
muzik

behind, in the rear; back part

後面,後面;後面muri [POC]udehi

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muzin

the rear, the back part, posterior, stern, after-part, the reverse, hind quarters, the outside (if one is inside a house, etc.)

muri [POC]udehi

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124
-n

3sg. possessor

3毫克。佔有人-ña [POC]-a₂

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125
nai

a skirt of fibers of #mataen palm, etc., petticoat; the #nai for small girls is only a narrow apron in front; older girls before marriage wear a #nai with the back part narrower than the front; after marriage a #nai with the back part wider is worn

nai [POC]

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naik

cooking, boiling

烹調、煮沸nasuk [PAN]

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nam

dew, moisture (on grass, etc.)

露水、濕氣(在草地上等)ñamuR [PAN]

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128
nam

to eat; used when speaking to small children

吃;用來和小孩子說話ñamu [POC]

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129
nam

to taste; to eat (used when speaking to small children)

品嘗;吃(與小孩子說話時用)ñamit [PMP]

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nao-n

face, countenance, visage, feature, appearance, aspect; front, forepart, first line; the outside of something, exterior

nago [POC]

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nat

a tree, Illipe family, Sapotaceae; two kinds of these trees have edible fruit and large leaves; a third kind has small leaves and inedible fruit (used for building up the sides of a canoe)

ñatuq [PMP]

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nie-n ate-n

the sole of his foot

他的腳底qatay [PMP]qaCay

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nima-n ate-n

the palm of his hand

他的手掌qatay [PMP]qaCay

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nini

swing, oscillate, shake, rock

搖擺,擺動,搖晃,搖晃nini [PCEMP]ninih

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niu

coconut tree and fruit

椰子樹和水果niuR [PMP]

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niu tuzuti

remove all the coconuts (this is done to all the coconut palms of a dead person when the time of mourning is at an end)

niuR [PMP]

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ŋa

1sg.: I, me

1sg.:我,我ŋau₂ [POC]aku

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ŋoz

to grunt (pig), rumble, grumble (man)

咕嚕(豬)、咕嚕、咕嚕(人)ŋodra [POC]

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ŋoz

to grunt (pig), rumble, grumble (man)

咕嚕(豬)、咕嚕、咕嚕(人)ŋodro [POC]

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ŋuk-ŋuk

stutter; catch one's breath (when crying)

口吃;喘口氣(哭泣時)ŋuk [PMP]

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ŋuzuz

to grumble (in discontent)

發牢騷ŋuRuR [POC]

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oe

interjection used to call a person's attention to something

感歎詞用來引起某人對某事的注意oe [POC]

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pad

the pandanus tree

潘達努斯樹padran [POC]paŋudaN

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pain

woman; wife; female (also said of plants like papaya, etc.)

女人;妻子;女人(也指木瓜等植物)papine [POC]bahi

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palaŋ

potsherd, used to render fat and to cook oil; frying pan, shallow roaster

鍋子,用來製造脂肪和烹調油;煎鍋,淺烤爐palaŋa [POC]balaŋa

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pani

give (him); hand over, bestow, grant, confer, impart, accord, yield

給予(他);交出,給予,給予,給予,給予,給予,同意,讓步pani₁ [POC]

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panu

village, settlement, hamlet, town, place, city

村莊、定居點、村莊、城鎮、地方、都市panua [POC]banua

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paŋ-paŋ

snap! noise made when snapping a dry coconut with one's finger

快!用手指折斷幹椰子時發出的譟音paŋ [PMP]

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patot

kind of tree; wooden pegs made from the wood of a #patot tree. They are used to fasten the #aiad (outrigger booms) to the sam (outrigger float) of a canoe

patoto [PEMP]

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paz

stingray

黃貂魚paRi [POC]paRiS

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pazaz

handle (of a broom, hammer, but not of cups, etc.)

柄(指掃帚、錘子,但不指杯子等)paRara [POC]paRada

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pipi

to squeeze (out), express; crush, pinch, strangle

擠(出)、表示;擠、捏、掐pipis [POC]pispis₄

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pis

pass gases from the bowels

從腸道排出氣體pisi₂ [POC]

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pit

snap a finger against something (marbles, coconut, etc.); let go with a jerk; flip, flick, to whip (lash); to tap

pintik [POC]bitik₁

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pitol

hunger, famine

饑餓,饑荒pitolon [POC]

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pizi

to weave (mats, sails, etc.), to braid, to knot (the strands of grass skirts, but usually #abi is used)

pirit [PMP]

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pu

blowing, spitting out by blowing; flaring up (fire)

吹氣,通過吹氣噴出;燃燒(火)puu [POC]buu₁

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sale-sale

bobbing, swaying, teetering, moving up and down (as a long pole carried on the shoulder)

擺動,搖擺,搖搖晃晃,上下移動(如肩上的長杆)sale sale [POC]

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sam

the outrigger float on a canoe, consisting of a shaped log; keel on boat; float on a seaplane

外伸支架漂浮在獨木舟上,由一根成形的圓木組成;船上的龍骨;漂浮在水上飛機上saman [POC]saRman

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saŋa-n

crotch, groin; bifurcation, fork; acute angle formed by the upper and lower eyelid; the female or male genitals

saŋa₁ [POC]

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sao

long tom: Strongylura incisa

長湯姆:門牙圓線蟲sao [POC]

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sis

grasshopper, locust

蝗蟲sisi(rR [POC]

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sisi

draw up the lips, as when smiling, draw the lips away from the teeth (in grinning, smiling)

拉起嘴唇,就像微笑時,把嘴唇從牙齒上移開(在微笑中)sisiq₂ [POC]ziziq

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sisi

draw up the lips, as when smiling, draw the lips away from the teeth (in grinning, smiling)

拉起嘴唇,就像微笑時,把嘴唇從牙齒上移開(在微笑中)sisi₂ [POC]

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sisi

draw up the lips, as when smiling, draw the lips away from the teeth (in grinning, smiling)

拉起嘴唇,就像微笑時,把嘴唇從牙齒上移開(在微笑中)sisir₂ [POC]zizir

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sisi

to pull up (off), peel off, husk, take off (one’s clothes), draw up the lips as when smiling

sisi₃ [PCEMP]

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sok ~ soksok

stick insect, Phasmatidae

粘蟲,環節蟲科sakwa [POC]

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sol

become mixed or compounded

混合或複合solo₂ [POC]

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solo

postposition of direction: toward, to

方向的延遲:朝,到solo₁ [POC]

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som

mollusks that cling to the belly of ships and boats (Mytilidae, Balanidae, Teredo)

somu [POC]

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supi

to pare, peel (cut off thin slices)

削皮(切薄片)supi [PEMP]

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tabiz

a wooden bowl; plate

木碗;盤子tabiRa [POC]

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tad

to look (upwards)

向上看tadal [POC]

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t-ai-

younger sibling of the same sex; placenta

同一性別的弟弟妹妹;胎盤taci [POC]Suaji

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tali

to bend (straight or round)

彎曲(直的或圓的)tali₁ [POC]CaliS

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tali

to bend (straight or round), as in bending a tortoise shell into a circle

彎曲(直的或圓的),如把龜殼彎成一個圓tali₂ [POC]tali

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tama-

father, FB, son, MZH (w.s.); FB, MZH (m.s.); lord, master, guardian; owner, composer, originator, inventor

t-amax [PMP]amax

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tan

soil, ground; land; garden, field; earth; world

土壤,土地;土地;花園,田地;土地;世界tanoq [POC]taneq

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taŋ

a netbag used by women; chorion, membrane enveloping the fetus of mammals; afterbirth; the uterus

婦女使用的網袋;絨毛膜,包裹哺乳動物胎兒的膜;產後;子宮taŋa₂ [POC]

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taŋe (〈taŋa-i)

put into a netbag

放入netbagtaŋa₂ [POC]

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taŋiz

a white marine fish about 30 inches long, like a mackerel

一條長約30英寸的白色海魚,像鯖魚taŋiRi [PMP]

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tauz

kind of mollusk, triton

一種軟體動物,特裏頓tapuRi [POC]tabuRi

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taze

to hew down a tree, cut into (down, off), fell a tree

砍倒一棵樹,砍倒一棵樹saRe [POC]

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tet

ladder (a pole used as a ladder), stairs, step (anything that may serve as a step); a small tree standing near a large one used as a ladder; a bridge; wharf; companionway, stile, gangway, catwalk, drawbridge

tete [POC]taytay

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tibu-n

ancestor, grandparent, grandchild

祖先,祖父母,孫子tibu₂ [POC]impu₂

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tidom

night, darkness, gloom, obscurity

黑夜,黑暗,陰暗,朦朧tidem [PMP]

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tim

wind, breeze

風,風timuR [PMP]

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tinan

superlative degree; maximum, extreme

最高次tinana [PCEMP]

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tina-tama

mother and father; parents

父母ina ama [PMP]ina

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titi

to pound, knock, stamp, thrust against; nail down, beat, thump, hammer, pummel

敲打,敲打,敲打,猛擊titik₂ [POC]tiktik₁

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tiz

a bivalve marine mollusk like a #som (#som = teredo, etc., mollusks that cling to the belly of ships and boats)

tiRom [POC]tiRem

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to

still, calm, quiet; contented, at peace, serene, at rest, quiescent, motionless

安靜,平靜,安靜;心滿意足,平靜,平靜,休息,安靜,一動不動toka₃ [POC]tekas

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tok

a stick, pole, cane, staff, switch; brace

棍子、杆子、拐杖、棍子、開關、撐杆tokon [POC]teken

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tol

three

tolu [PEMP]telu

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toŋ

mangrove tree: Rhizophora mucronata

紅樹植物:毛茛teŋeR [PMP]

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toŋol

to eat fast, not stopping to masticate the food properly

吃得快,不停地咀嚼食物toŋol [POC]

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toto

spurting, squirting (as blood)

噴射,噴射(如血)toto [POC]

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tui

a tree (Leguminosae) the stem of which is used to make canoes

一種樹(豆科植物),其莖用來做獨木舟tui₁ [PMP]

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tun-i

cause to burn, light (a fire so it burns well), set fire

使燃燒,點燃(使其燃燒良好的火),放火tunu [PMP]CuNuh

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tuz

a fish, about 15 inches long

一條魚,大約15英寸長turiŋ [PMP]

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tuz

a tan fish about 15” long

一條長約15英寸的棕褐色魚噪聲

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u

verbal prefix indicating that the actor is 2sg.

表示演員是2sg的動詞首碼。u₂ [PEMP]Suʔu

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ua

interjection: see! behold! aha!

感歎:看!看到!啊哈!ua₁ [PAN]

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ud

any kind of weed

任何種類的雜草qutan [PMP]quCaN

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uk

name of the sound made when afflicted with asthma or whooping cough

哮喘或百日咳時發出的聲音的名稱ukuk [PMP]

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ulúa

white marine fish about eight inches long

大約八英寸長的白色海魚qulua [POC]

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um

garden, field, plantation, cultivated land

花園、田地、種植園、耕地quma [PMP]qumah

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uti-n

penis; handle; point

陰莖na qutin [POC]qutiN

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uzi

to follow, pursue; come after, succeed; go to the rear

追隨,追求;追求,成功;走到後面uri [POC]udehi

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uzit

octopus

章魚kuRita [PMP]guRiCa

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wab

white fish about three feet long

大約三英尺長的白魚噪聲

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wae

give (away), dispense, distribute, bestow, deal out, apportion

贈送、分發、分發、贈予、處理、分配wa(n)se [POC]

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wag

large canoe that goes out on the high seas, has one or two masts and a large platform; ship, boat

在公海出海的大獨木舟,有一兩個桅杆和一個大平臺;船waga [POC]waŋka

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waŋ

right hand, right side, dextral

右手,右手,右旋wanan [PMP]waNan

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waŋ

right hand, right side, dextral

右手,右手,右旋wanan [PMP]wanaN

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waz

vine, liana

藤蔓,藤蔓waRoc [POC]waRej

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ya

fire, conflagration, combustion, ignition

火災、火災、燃燒、點火api [POC]Sapuy

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zez

to fear, be afraid, be scared, be frightened; despair, be terror-stricken, panic-stricken, be anxious

rere₁ [POC]

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zua-i

a large tidal wave

大潮Ruap [POC]Ruab

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