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a

personal article, used with all names of persons, and with certain nouns, and also with verbs; (a) precedes all personal names (except in the vocative), both native and foreign, male and female; (b) used with relationship terms to indicate a particular person, (c) the relationship terms #huʔe 'wife', #poro 'husband', #keni 'woman, wife', #mwela 'child', are not ordinarily preceded by #a, but require the addition of a demonstrative; (d) in stories the article #a may be prefixed to #poro and #huʔe, which may be translated 'Lord' and 'Lady'; (e) after the Melanesian idiom the noun #ola, prefaced by the personal article #a; #a ola/, denotes 'So-and-so'; (f) the nouns #kei, denoting a female, #mwai, denoting a male, #mwau, boy, are used with the personal article and a demonstrative; (g) the interrogative #atei 'who, what person' is made up of #a and #tei 'interrogative'; (h) there is a regular use of #a in personification; (i) used with a verb to indicate a descriptive title

a₁ [PMP]

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ada-loŋa

four plates of turtle shell on the shoulders of the hawksbill turtle

玳瑁肩上的四盤龜殼借詞

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2
ae

feces, ordure

糞便、糞便taqe₂ [POC]taqay

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3
aha

to cut, to score, to notch, to mark by incising, to cross the ‘t’ in writing

劃,劃,劃,刻tapa₂ [POC]tapa₁

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4
aha

to cut, to score, to notch, to mark by incising

切,劃,劃,劃tapar [POC]tabad

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5
ahala

shoulder

qapaRa₁ [POC]qabaRa₁

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6
aha-siŋe

making incisions in

切開tapa₂ [POC]tapa₁

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7
ahe

surf, currents from wind or tide, tide-rip; to flow; to melt away, to waste, to disappear

浪花,風或潮汐產生的水流,潮汐撕裂;流動;融化、浪費、消失tape₁ [POC]

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8
ahe lulu

boiling tide

滾燙的潮水ruru₁ [POC]

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9
ahes-i

to cause to drift

使漂移tape₁ [POC]

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10
ähi-ma-wa

yawn

打哈欠mawap [POC]Suab

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11
ähuri

conch shell, triton, blown at the end, used to summon people

海螺殼,■,在末端吹氣,用來召喚人tapuRi [POC]tabuRi

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12
ahuta

all, the whole of

全部,全部噪聲

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13
ai

exclamation of dissent, disapproval or surprise

表示反對、不贊成或驚訝ai₂ [PAN]

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14
ake-ake

twig, sprig

小枝,小枝take₁ [POC]taŋkay

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15
ala

to bite, sting, be sharp-edged

咬,刺,鋒利kaRat [PMP]kaRaC

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16
a laha

a chief

首領lapat [POC]

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alele

to be jubilant

興高采烈噪聲

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18
äli

lie curled up as a dog or a snake

蜷縮成狗或蛇躺著tali₁ [POC]CaliS

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ali

a cockle

雞冠kaRi₂ [POC]

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20
äliŋe

large fungi, some edible, growing on logs

大型真菌,一些可食用,生長在原木上taliŋa [POC]Caliŋa

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21
älite

a tree with edible nut: Terminalia catappa

堅果可食用的樹talise₁ [POC]talisay

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22
älu

last year's yam garden; bananas and pawpaws and #oha planted there

去年的山藥園;那裏種了香蕉和爪子talun₁ [PMP]CaluN

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23
älu

to put, to place; to change into, to become

放,放;變成taRuq [PMP]

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24
ama

father, FB

父親,FBt-amax [PMP]amax

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ama-a

the courtyard, outside, at the door

院子,外面,門口噪聲

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26
ano

ground, garden ground

地面,花園地面tanoq [POC]taneq

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ano-ano

to bury

埋葬tanom [POC]CaNem

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ano-mi

to cover with earth, to inter

覆蓋大地tanom [POC]CaNem

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Ȁ-nute

name of the island of Florida

佛羅里達島的名字a-nusa [POC]nusa₁

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30
aŋa

to open

打開qaŋab [PMP]

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aŋa

to open

打開qaŋap [PMP]

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aŋa wawa

open the mouth to speak

張嘴說話qaŋab [PMP]

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aŋa wawa

open the mouth to speak

張嘴說話qaŋap [PMP]

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34
apa ~ apaapa

part, side, half

部分,側面,一半噪聲

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apa-apa

wing; shoulder

翼;肩kaba-kabak [POC]kapak

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äpi

hold under the arm, hold close to the body

抓住手臂,緊緊抓住身體qabin [PMP]

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apwa-

belly

腹部kapwa [POC]

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38
arakau

fish hawk: Haliaster girrenera

魚鷹:長鰭石斑魚taragau [POC]

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aro

to brood (cited only in the English index)

沉思(僅在英文索引中引用)adom [POC]handem

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40
aru

stationary, of fish with their fins moving

靜止的,指魚鰭移動的魚噪聲

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41
asi-

sibling of the same sex

同性兄弟姐妹taci [POC]Suaji

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äsi

sea, saltwater; salt (late use); a month, January

海水,鹽水;鹽(遲用);一個月,一月tasik [PMP]

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äsi deu

neap tide

小潮tasik [PMP]

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äsi e honu

high spring tide

大潮ponuq [POC]peNuq

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äsi e honu

high spring tide

大潮tasik [PMP]

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äsihe

sneeze

打噴嚏噪聲

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äsuhe

rat

老鼠kasupe [POC]kazupay

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asusu

coconut crab: Birgus latro

椰子蟹:■qayuyu [PMP]

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a-tei

interrogative pronoun, singular: who?

疑問代詞,單數:誰?sei [PMP]

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ato

a rafter, generally of bamboo

竹筏,竹筏kasaw₁ [PMP]

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ato, ato-ato

throw, cast

投擲,投擲asok [POC]hasek₁

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ato taha

throw the first yam set into the hole, of priest

把第一個山藥扔進神父的洞裏asok [POC]hasek₁

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äu

bamboo

竹子qauR [PMP]

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awa

a tree: Nephelium pinnatum

一棵樹:霞石tawan [PMP]

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awa

be a sojourner in a place

在一個地方作旅居者噪聲

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caŋi

day

白天draŋi [POC]

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dama-dama

in pairs; side-by-side, of canoes

成對的;並排的,獨木舟的sama-sama [PMP]sama

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däni

day

白天raqani [POC]daqaNi

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däu tala

to aim and miss

瞄準和錯過salaq₁ [PMP]

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dia-na

good, proper; accurate; beloved

好的,適當的;準確的;親愛的diqaq [PMP]

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doŋa

a pair, a couple

一對,一對droŋan [POC]deŋan

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duu

a covering of bast cloth worn over the head at night to preserve the hair after liming

一種晚上在頭髮上塗灰後用來保護頭髮的麻布覆蓋物tutup₁ [POC]

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eli ~ eli-eli

to dig, as in digging up yams or digging a grave

挖掘挖掘,如挖掘山藥或挖掘墳墓keli [PCEMP]

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eno(eno)

lie down

躺下qenop [POC]qenəp

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enoh-i

lie down

躺下qenop [POC]qenəp

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haha

underneath; down, not used of points of the compass

下麵;下麵,不用於指南針的點papaq₃ [POC]babaq₁

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haha

carry a person on one's back

背著某人papa₁ [POC]baba₁

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hahi

cook in an oven with leaves and hot stones

在有葉子和熱石頭的烤箱裏烹調papi [POC]

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haho

above, used with locative #i (#i haho-mu 'above you'); uplands; wash-boards on gunwale of an overseas canoe

papo₁ [POC]babaw₃

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haho

the shore reef

岸礁papo₃ [POC]papo

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hai

four

pat-i [PCEMP]Sepat

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haka

a ship; white people, foreign

船;白人,外國人pakaq [POC]baŋkaq

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halala

to helve an axe

斧頭paRara [POC]paRada

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hale

yam shed outside a garden; any shed

花園外的山藥棚;任何棚pale [POC]balay

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hali

stingray

黃貂魚paRi [POC]paRiS

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hali

lop off branches

砍掉樹枝paRi₃ [POC]paRi

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halo

wither

枯萎palo₂ [POC]

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halo

bore into with circular motion, as feet into sand; twist a stick in making a hole; the flint point of a drill, #haro mao

paRo₁ [POC]

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halo

to bore, to drill

鑽孔,鑽孔噪聲

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80
halu

some

一些palu₆ [POC]balu₃

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hana

shoot with a bow, shoot with a gun

用弓射擊,用槍射擊panaq [PAN]

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hana

yam with prickly vines

帶刺藤山藥噪聲

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hane

climb trees in native fashion with a rope round the feet, ascending by alternate jumps of hands and feet

panek [POC]panahik

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hano

a skin disease, small white spots on the skin, but no scales

皮膚病,皮膚上有小白點,但沒有鱗片panaw₁ [PMP]panaw

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hanua

land, country, village, site of a village, place

土地、國家、村莊、村莊遺址、地方panua [POC]banua

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haolu

new, fresh

新的,新鮮的baqoRu [PEMP]baqeRuh

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hapa

a canoe seat, removable

獨木舟座,可拆卸baban [POC]papan

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hata

to go together, to accompany one another

一起去,一起去pasaŋ₁ [PMP]

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hata

hardwood tree

硬木樹pasa(rR [POC]

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häu menu

pumice stone

浮石maqañur [POC]qañud

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hau mou

an isolated rock

孤石motus [POC]

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haʔa-hiu

seven times

七次paka-pitu [PMP]pitu

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haʔa-laŋi

a house on piles

成堆的房子laŋit [PMP]laŋiC

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haʔa-lime

five times

五次paka-lima₂ [POC]lima

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haʔa tau

to be far off, distant

遙遠sauq₁ [POC]zauq

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haʔa-uri

to save, make alive

為了拯救,為了生存paka-qudip [PMP]qudip

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haʔu

pandanus with broad leaves used to make umbrellas; an umbrella of #haʔu leaves

用來做雨傘的長有寬大葉子的雨傘;用葉子做成的雨傘pakuŋ [POC]bakuŋ₂

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haʔu ona

shore rocks, rough and spiky

海岸岩石,粗糙和尖狀ona₁ [POC]ona

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hili

to choose for one’s own, to desire and take

為自己選擇,渴望和索取piliq [PAN]

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hili-si

to pick, to choose

選擇,選擇piliq [PAN]

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hilu

a ridge covering of sago-palm leaves, laid on flat

一種覆蓋著西米棕櫚葉的脊狀物,平放piRu [POC]biRu

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hilu-hilu

zigzag

之字形的piluk₂ [POC]biluk

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hinaŋa

a yam pudding eaten at sacrifices

祭祀時吃的山藥布丁p〈in〉aŋan [PMP]paŋan

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hinaŋa

yam pudding

山藥布丁p〈in〉aŋan [PMP]paŋan

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hinu

bark; shell of shellfish

樹皮;貝殼pinut [POC]

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hiolo

hungry

饑餓的pitolon [POC]

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hiolo-ŋa

famine

饑荒pitolon [POC]

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hiri

to lap with string, bind spears or arrows

用繩子纏住,綁上矛或箭pirit [PMP]

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hiri-hiri

a plaited spear

編結的矛piri-piri [POC]pirit

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hite

to split, hit, strike, arrive at

劈、打、擊、達pisak₁ [POC]biseqak

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hiu

seven

pitu₁ [PAN]pitu

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hoa

make an incision in

切開potak [POC]betak

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hoi huu

fruit of the Barringtonia

巴靈頓的果實putun₁ [POC]butun

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hoka

burst open, come apart

爆開,散開pokaq [POC]bekaq

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hoka

burst open, come apart

爆開,散開beka [PMP]

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hoka

burst open, come apart

爆開,散開peka [PMP]

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hoko

a bundle

一捆pokos [POC]beRkes

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hoko i daŋo

bundle of firewood carried on head by women

婦女頭上扛著的一捆柴火pokos [POC]beRkes

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hoko i sao

bundle of sago leaves

一捆西米葉pokos [POC]beRkes

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hola

to spring up, to grow spontaneously, as mushrooms, wild taro or yams, the growths appearing after a fire

噪聲

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holi

barter, buy

易貨,買poli [PEMP]beli

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holo

to cross; across (as sea); divide

越過;越過(如海);分開polos₁ [POC]

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holos-i

cut a piece off, sever a pig's head; to cross

割下一塊,割下一個豬頭;橫過polos₁ [POC]

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hono

to shut, to bar; a door

關上,擋住;門

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honu

full

滿的ponuq [POC]peNuq

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honu

turtle; chorea, when the patient is said to move his hands and feet as a turtle moves its flappers

烏龜;舞蹈病,據說病人動手腳就像烏龜動擋板一樣poñu [POC]peñu

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honu iʔe

green turtle

綠海龜poñu [POC]peñu

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honu makeate

full to overflowing

滿溢ponuq [POC]peNuq

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hote

to paddle, to row (late use); a paddle, an oar, an incantation for protection at sea, an incantation to a sea spirit

pose [POC]beRsay

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huasa

crocodile

鱷魚puqaya [POC]buqaya

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hudi

a banana; twenty-one kinds of native bananas are named at Sa’a; the cultivation of native bananas ceased at Ulawa owing to ceremonial restrictions

pudi [POC]punti₁

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hue hua-na

its fruit

它的果實puaq puaq [POC]buaq

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hue hue

fruit, seeds of Malay apple

蘋果果實、種子puaq puaq [POC]buaq

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hue-na, hue-ni

article, a, one, used of fruits only

一條,一條,僅用於水果puaq [POC]buaq

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hue-si daŋo

kidney

puaq [POC]buaq

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huhu

pluck, pick off

摘,摘puput [POC]buCbuC

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huhu

leak, drip, pour, spill, of powdered substance

粉末狀物質的洩漏、滴落、傾倒、溢出pupus [POC]busbus

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huhu

pluck, pick off

摘,摘pupu₁ [PMP]

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huhu

pluck, pick off

摘,摘puqpuq₁ [PMP]

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hu-hule

cataract in the eye

白內障pulaR₂ [POC]bulaR₁

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huhule

cataract in the eye

白內障噪聲

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huhu mwakana

dry, powdery earth

幹的粉狀土pupus [POC]busbus

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hu-hunu, roma

stupefy fish with the fruit of the Barringtonia

白癡魚putun₁ [POC]butun

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huhus-i

pluck, pick off

摘,摘puput-i [POC]buCbuC

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huhus-i

pour on

傾注pupus-i [POC]busbus

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hui

pour water on (as in washing a corpse)

潑水(如洗屍體)buqi₂ [PCEMP]

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hui

taro, Caladium esculentum, dry ground taro only

芋頭噪聲

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hui

taro, Caladium esculentum, dry ground taro only

芋頭噪聲

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hui-hui

turn from side to side, be troublous

翻來覆去,惹麻煩pui pui [POC]bui₃

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hui-hui

pour water on (as in washing a corpse)

潑水(如洗屍體)puqi puqi [POC]buqi₂

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hule

phases of the moon; full moon

月相pulan₃ [POC]bulaN

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hule

a convolvulus growing on the beaches, used to produce a blue dye for the hair

旋毛蟲生長在海灘上的旋毛蟲,用來為頭髮製造藍色染料pula₂ [POC]

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hule-hule

water springs

泉水puraq puraq [POC]budaq₁

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hule i lade

name of a month, July

月名,七月pulan₃ [POC]bulaN

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hulo

sponge

海綿puro₁ [POC]budeq

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hulu

hairy

多毛的pulu₃ [POC]bulu₁

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hulu-hulu-i

to sting, of leaves

刺痛,樹葉pulu₃ [POC]bulu₁

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hulu motaʔa

hairy; rough and prickly, of the backs of certain leaves

多毛的;粗糙多刺的,某些葉子背面的pulu₃ [POC]bulu₁

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huni

skin disease, ringworm

皮膚病,癬puni₃ [POC]buqeni

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huni-la

suffering from ringworm

患癬puni₃ [POC]buqeni

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hunu

cut up an animal; sudden death, ceasing completely

把動物切碎;突然死亡,完全停止punuq₃ [POC]buNuq₂

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hunu-hunu

vertigo

眩暈punuq₃ [POC]buNuq₂

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hunu poo

butcher a pig

屠宰豬punuq₃ [POC]buNuq₂

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huŋao

father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law

公公、婆婆、女婿、兒媳puŋao [POC]

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huŋao-na

used with #ro ma of two people who call one another #huŋao-ku

與兩個互相稱呼的人的羅瑪一起使用puŋao [POC]

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huŋe

to be many, enough, too much, to abound

太多,太多,太多puŋa₂ [POC]puŋa

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huŋe-huŋa-ʔa

frequently

頻繁地puŋa₂ [POC]puŋa

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huru huru-huru

to run

奔跑噪聲

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huru-laa

messenger; a chief's dependent

信使;酋長的家屬噪聲

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huru ni heliŋe

to run races

賽跑噪聲

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huta-ŋa

birth; generation

出生pusa₁ [POC]

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hute

be born

出生pusa₁ [POC]

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hute liuliu

be born on different sides of the family, of cross-cousins

出生在家庭的不同方面pusa₁ [POC]

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huto-huto

froth, foam

泡沫,泡沫pucoq pucoq [POC]bujeq

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175
huu

a littoral tree: Barringtonia speciosa

海濱樹:大菱鮃putun₁ [POC]butun

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176
huu

clump, stool, bunch, group (as of excrement, leaves, trees, bamboo)

團塊、凳子、束、群(如糞便、樹葉、樹木、竹子)putu, butu [POC]butu

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huʔo

fishing-net, seine

漁網,塞納河pukot [POC]puket₁

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huʔu-huʔu

to cough, to have a cold in the head

咳嗽,頭部感冒pukuR [POC]

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huʔu-ŋa

coughing

咳嗽pukuR [POC]

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-i

transitive suffix

傳遞尾碼-i₂ [PMP]

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181
i-

instrumental prefix forming noun from verb

從動詞構成名詞的工具首碼i- [PMP]Si-₁

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ie

demonstrative pronoun: this, these (follows a noun)

訓示代詞:這個,這些(跟在名詞後面)ia₂ [PMP]

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ie

belly, stomach, bowels, womb

腹部、腹部、腸道、子宮tian [PMP]tiaN

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i-haho

over, above

上面,上面i papo [POC]babaw₃

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185
ihe-

WZ, WB, HB, HZ

WZ,WB,HB,赫茲ipaR- [POC]hipaR

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ihu

hair, feather; used with genitive #i

頭髮,羽毛;與和藹的ipu- [POC]

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ihu-i menu

a bird's feather

鳥的羽毛ipu- [POC]

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ihu i pweu

a hair of the head

一根頭髮ipu- [POC]

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189
ii

a buzzing or whistling noise in the ear

耳鳴耳中的嗡嗡聲或口哨聲titiŋ [POC]tiŋtiŋ

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i-ilo

a mangrove oyster

紅樹林牡蠣tiRom [POC]tiRem

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191
i-keu

to pull a thing out of the eye

把東西從眼睛裏拔出來kau₂ [POC]

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192
iki (〈 *titik-i)

knock with the knuckles; beat a wooden gong; teeth chattering with cold

用指關節敲;敲打木鑼;冷得牙齒打顫tiktik₁ [PAN]

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ilala

to divine; the charms used are #apai dili, dracaena leaf, #la’o shell forehead ornament, bows, spears, #ähui, dancing club, paddles

kilala [PAN]

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i lalo

in the middle of

i rarom [POC]dalem

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195
ile

a pandanus with slender leaves, used to make #pwaso armlets

一種長有細長葉子的pandanus,用來製作袖子kiRe [POC]kiRay

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ile

a stone axe

石斧kiRam [PMP]

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i-leŋi

sky, heaven

天空,天堂laŋit [PMP]laŋiC

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ili

the second plank of a canoe

獨木舟的第二塊木板ili [POC]

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i-lolo

bowstring

弓弦rolos [POC]deles

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200
i-maa

outside, at the door; a stick, a match; a round thing; article, one

在門外;一根棍子,一根火柴;一個圓形的東西;一件物品,一件mata [PMP]maCa

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201
i melu-ne

under the shadow, the rule of; used in names of chiefs

在陰影下,統治;用於首領的名字maluRu [PEMP]

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i Melutei rara

‘In the shade of the coral tree’, name of a village on Uki

“在珊瑚樹的陰影下”,英國一個村莊的名字rarap [POC]dapdap₁

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203
i-neu

1sg., used as subject only and followed by #nou

1sg.,僅用作主語,後跟#nounaku [POC]aku

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ini

that

那個i-ni [PAN]-ni

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inoni

a man, a human being, as opposed to a ghost

一個人,一個人,而不是一個鬼tinoni [PEMP]

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inu

to drink

inum [PMP]

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inu-inu

to drink

inum-inum [POC]inum

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i-pelu

make war on, fight

開戰,戰鬥i-palu [POC]

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i-pelu ~ i-pai-palu

to make war, to fight

打仗,打仗palu₄ [POC]

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i-pelu-ŋa

fighting

戰鬥palu₄ [POC]

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i puri

in the stern

在船尾burit₃ [POC]burit₁

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i puri-ku

in my absence

在我不在的時候burit₃ [POC]burit₁

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iro

to look for, to collect

尋找,收集tiro [POC]tindaw

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iro, iro-iro

look for, collect

尋找,收集qiro [POC]

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iro-hi

to cause a person to be ill, of the action of a ghost

使一個人生病,使一個鬼的行為tiro [POC]tindaw

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iro-hi

to clear the head of lice

清除蝨子頭tidros [POC]tindes

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217
iro-iro

a pool among rocks used as a mirror

岩石間用作鏡子的水池qiro [POC]

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218
iro-iro

to look for, to collect; a pool among rocks used as a mirror; a glass (late use)

尋找、收集;岩石間用作鏡子的水池;玻璃杯(遲用)tiro-tiro [POC]tindaw

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iu

twin

成雙的噪聲

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220
iʔe

fish

ikan [PEMP]Sikan

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221
kaa

clear the throat

清喉kak [PAN]

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kaa

bang, bash, fall with a bang

砰,砰,砰的一聲倒下kaŋ [PMP]

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223
kaato

coconut leaf basket

椰葉籃kaso₂ [POC]kaso

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kaka

torn, split

撕裂,分裂kakaq [PMP]

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kaka

to be torn, to be split

被撕裂,被分裂kakas(-i [POC]

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kaka-si

to tear, to split

撕裂,分裂kakas(-i [POC]

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ka-kawe

tentacles of octopus; branching of the fingers of the human hand

章魚的觸鬚;人手手指的分支kawe₂ [POC]kaway₂

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228
ka-kawe

tentacles of octopus; branching of the fingers of the human hand

章魚的觸鬚;人手手指的分支kawe₁ [POC]gaway₁

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229
kämu i niu

fallen sheath of coconut

椰子鞘kamu₁ [POC]

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230
kana ~ kana-kana

to sing; a song

唱歌;唱歌kanam [POC]

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käu ~ käukeu

to clutch hold of, of thorny creepers; to catch old of with a crook

抓住,抓住長滿荊棘的爬蟲;用鉤子抓住kau₂ [POC]

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keke

to crunch coconuts, canarium nuts, etc., of pigs or #rete (a large rat: Mus rex)

碾碎豬的椰子、金絲桃等,或(大老鼠:■)keke₁ [POC]

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kile-kile

onomatopoetic, a small light green parrot that figures in a story of #Muumuu (ogres from the hill country of southeast Guadalcanal); the parrot’s cry

kiRak [POC]

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kiokio

a kingfisher: Halcyon saurophaga

翠鳥kiaw [PAN]

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kiri

to cut

切割噪聲

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koko

narrow, confined

狹窄,狹窄keŋkeŋ₃ [PMP]

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koko

to be narrow, confined; a plaited basket of coconut leaves with a narrow mouth, used as a food receptacle

kokop [POC]kebkeb₁

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kopi

touch with the fingers

用手指觸摸kobit₂ [POC]kebit

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kopi

to touch

觸摸kop-i [POC]kepkep

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kori

to scrape yams

刮山藥korit [POC]kerit

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kori

to scrape yams

刮山藥kori [POC]

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kori-si

to scrape yams with #henu (k.o. cockle) shell

用雞殼刮山藥korit [POC]kerit

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-ku

1sg possessive pronoun: my; suffixed to nouns; suffixed to certain verbs as object and also to verbal nouns used as prepositions

-gu [POC]-ku

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kua

domestic fowl

家禽kua kua [POC]

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245
kurukuru

(onom.) a wood pigeon

(onom.)木鴿kurukuru [POC]

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246
kuu

bark at

狂吠kuk [PMP]

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kuu

to bark at

狂吠kuŋ [PMP]

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lada

to thrust

推進借詞

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249
laha

big (not in common use)

大(不常用)lapa [POC]laba

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250
laha

big

大的lapat [POC]

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laha

a pudding of grated yams and new nuts pounded and mixed with the pudding; coconut cream added if necessary

噪聲

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252
lala

a shellfish and arm ring made of its shell

用貝殼做成的貝殼和臂環lalak [PMP]

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253
lalo

inside, within; middle

內部,內部;中間ralom [POC]dalem

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254
lama

spread over, cover over (as water covers the earth in a flood)

鋪開,覆蓋(就像洪水淹沒了大地)lama₁ [PMP]

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255
läŋi

up

向上的laŋit [PMP]laŋiC

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256
läŋi-leŋi-ʔe

aloft, lifted up; tall and strong, of a person

高高在上的;高大強壯的laŋit [PMP]laŋiC

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laŋo

the bluebottle fly

藍水獺蒼蠅laŋo [POC]laŋaw

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258
lasi

a tree with juice causing sores

有汁液引起瘡的樹laji₁ [PMP]

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259
lawa

spider’s web, spider

蜘蛛網,蜘蛛lawaq₂ [PMP]

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260
laʔe rahu

an albino (#laʔe = leprosy)

白化病rapuR [POC]dapuR₁

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261
lele säu

the cry when bonito are sighted

看到博尼托的哭聲qatun [POC]

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262
lie

ginger, called #‘äi ha‘angäu keni, tree given to women to eat (to enlist their affections); used in malevolent magic it causes boils when put down on a man’s path for him to pass over

laqia [PMP]

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lie

to change shape, of ghostly appearances, to throw back, of trees, e.g. oranges

改變形狀,鬼影般的外表,倒下,樹木,如桔子lian [PMP]

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264
lili

door posts

門柱ariRi [POC]SadiRi

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265
lime

five

lima [PAN]

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266
liŋi-liŋi

to pour (intr.)

傾注liŋi-liŋi [POC]liŋi

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267
liŋi-si

to pour (tr.)

傾倒liŋi [PCEMP]

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268
lisi

cut off a piece or section

切掉一塊或一段Risi [PMP]

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269
lisi

cut off a piece or section

切掉一塊或一段Risiq [PMP]

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270
liʔo

commit suicide by hanging

吊死liko₁ [POC]liko

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271

abscess

膿腫loto₂ [POC]

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272
loho

to fly; to swoop; to reach, of words

飛翔;俯衝;達到Ropok [POC]Rebek

Ivens 1929

273
loku

to bend, be doubled back; curl, of a snake

彎腰;彎腰leku [PMP]

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274
lolo

red ants, sugar ants

紅螞蟻,糖螞蟻loRo [POC]

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275
loulou

to thunder, resound

雷聲,迴響rourou [POC]

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276
loʔu

to bend, to double back (as a pocketknife)

彎腰,雙背(如小刀)loguŋ [POC]leŋkuŋ

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277
lua haa

high spring tide

大潮pāq [POC]baSaq

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278
luda

carry cargo, load a canoe

載貨,裝獨木舟Rucan [POC]Rujan

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luda-a

cargo

貨物lujan [PMP]

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lude

to carry cargo, to load a canoe, to be heavily laden

載貨,載獨木舟,滿載lujan [PMP]

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ludeŋ-i

to carry, as cargo; to recruit men

運送,作為貨物;招募男人Rucan [POC]Rujan

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282
lude-ŋi

to carry as cargo

作為貨物運輸lujan [PMP]

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283
lue

flood tide

漲潮Ruap [POC]Ruab

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lue-lue

a flood

洪水Ruap [POC]Ruab

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285
luhe

to remove, to free, to loosen

拆卸、釋放、鬆開Rupas [POC]

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286
luhe

to remove, to free, to loosen

拆卸、釋放、鬆開lupas₂ [POC]

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287
luhe-si

to loosen, to free, to let go

放鬆,自由,放手Rupas [POC]

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288
luhe-si

to loosen, to free, to let go

放鬆,自由,放手lupas₂ [POC]

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289
lulu

to back water with paddles

用槳倒水ruru₁ [POC]

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290
lulu

to fold

折疊lulun [PMP]luluN

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291
lulu-ŋi

fold it

把它折起來lulun [PMP]luluN

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292
lumi

turn over the edges, hem

翻邊,折邊lumiq [PMP]

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293
lumu ~ lumu-te

moss

苔蘚lumut [PMP]

Ivens 1929

294
lumu-ʔe

moss-covered

苔蘚覆蓋lumut [PMP]

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295
lusu

the ribs in a canoe cut out of the solid from a hard wood

獨木舟的肋骨從堅硬的木頭上切下的固體Rusuk [PAN]

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296
lusu keru

seat and rib combined; broad; the ribs of a clam shell

座椅和肋骨結合;寬的;蛤殼的肋骨Rusuk [PAN]

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maa-

the eye, not generally used with an article; the face; (with genitive #i in #Sa’a, #ni in #Ulawa) hole, mesh, opening, outlet; core of a boil; door, gate; edge, point, blade, brim; front of a house

mata [PMP]maCa

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298
maa-i

to eye,to watch

看,看mata [PMP]maCa

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299
maa-i litawa

a canoe landing place

獨木舟降落處mata [PMP]maCa

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300
maa-i nume

house door

房門mata [PMP]maCa

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301
maa-i para

gate

大門mata [PMP]maCa

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302
maa-na nahi

the edge of a sword

劍刃mata [PMP]maCa

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303
maa-na suʔu

the opening of the bay

海灣的開放mata [PMP]maCa

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304
maa taetahe

opening in the shore reef

在海岸暗礁中開放mata [PMP]maCa

Ivens 1929

305
madala

morning star

晨星mantalaq [PMP]

Ivens 1929

306
ma-dali

greasy, slippery

油膩滑maralis [POC]dalis

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307
mae

die; ill; become unconscious; numb; eclipsed, of moon; a fighting column; enemies; war; weapons; used with 3p. possessor and #ni genitive to denote excess

mate [POC]aCay

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mae apolo

paralyzed

癱瘓的mate [POC]aCay

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309
mae-ha

sickness

疾病mate [POC]aCay

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310
mae-la

death

死亡mate [POC]aCay

Ivens 1929

311
mae-mae

die, be ill, become unconscious

死,病,失去知覺m-atay m-atay [PMP]aCay

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312
mae-ŋa

sickness, death

疾病,死亡mate-qaŋa [POC]aCay

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313
mäi

ebb tide, low tide

退潮,退潮maqati [POC]qaCi

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314
mai

hither, here, this way

這邊,這邊,這邊mai [POC]ai₃

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315
mala

harm

傷害malaŋ [PMP]

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316
malau mou

an islet

小島motus [POC]

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317
mälu

to shade, to overshadow

遮陰maluRu [PEMP]

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318
mälu-melu

to shade, to overshadow

遮陰maluRu maluRu [POC]maluRu

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319
mälu-si

to shade

遮陰maluRu [PEMP]

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320
mälu-te

shade

陰影maluRu [PEMP]

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321
ma-mata

to be high and dry, of a reef, to be dry at low water

高而幹,在暗礁中,在低水位時幹ma-maja [PMP]maja

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322
mami

to taste

品嘗mamis [POC]hemis

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323
manata

to be taught, quiet, of animals, broken in, tamed; nature, disposition, custom

被教導,安靜,指動物,被馴服,馴服;自然,性情,習俗ma-nacam [POC]najam

Ivens 1929

324
manata-i

to know, be accustomed

知道,習慣ma-nacam [POC]najam

Ivens 1929

325
mäni

entirely, altogether; precedes verb

完全的,完全的;在動詞之前噪聲

Ivens 1929

326
mänu

bird, insect

鳥,昆蟲manuk [POC]

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327
mänu(menu)

to float

漂浮mañur mañur [POC]qañud

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328
ma-pota

broken to pieces

破碎的ma-posaq [POC]peceq

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329
mäpusu

rotten, stinking

腐爛,發臭mabusuk [POC]busuk

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330
marāu

southeast trade winds

東南信風marau [POC]

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331
masa, masa-masa

shy, ashamed, respectful

害羞,羞恥,恭敬ma-mayaq [PCEMP]Seyaq

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332
masa-na

shame, confusion, shyness

羞恥、困惑、害羞ma-mayaq [PCEMP]Seyaq

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333
mataʔi

to have an attack of malarial fever

患瘧疾masakit [POC]sakit

Ivens 1929

334
mæua

ripe, of yams

成熟的山藥matuqa [POC]tuqaS

Ivens 1929

335
mä-uri

live, be alive; to recover health; be green, of timber; be delivered, of a child

活著,活著;恢復健康;綠色,木材;分娩,孩子ma-qudip [PMP]qudip

Ivens 1929

336
mäuru

to sleep, to slumber

睡覺,睡覺maturuR [POC]tuduR

Ivens 1929

337
mäʔu

to fear, be afraid

害怕,害怕matakut [POC]takut

Ivens 1929

338
mäʔu-ta-

the fear of (something)

對(某事)的恐懼matakut [POC]takut

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339
mela

to glow, of fierce heat

熾熱meRaq [POC]ma-iRaq

Ivens 1929

340
mela-mela

to glow, of fierce heat

熾熱meRaq meRaq [PCEMP]ma-iRaq

Ivens 1929

341
meme

ball of masticated food

咀嚼食物球meme [POC]maymay

Ivens 1929

342
-memi

1pl. excl. possessive, our

1pl.不包括佔有欲,我們的m-ami [PMP]ami

Ivens 1929

343
momo

sweepings, rubbish

清掃、垃圾mekmek [PMP]

Ivens 1929

344
momo

squeeze, press on each side

擠,壓兩邊momos [POC]mesmes

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345
monaki

cuttlefish

烏賊monaki [POC]

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346
mona tele

a dish made from taro

芋頭做的菜moñak₁ [POC]moñak

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347
mou

be broken off

被打斷motus [POC]

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348
mu hei ama-da

fathers and children

父親和孩子paRi-tama [POC]amax

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349
mumuni

to hide, be hidden; to conceal

隱藏mumuni [POC]

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350
muno

larva of caterpillar, chrysalis

蛹毛蟲幼蟲muno [POC]

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351
mwaa hilu-hilu

zigzag in tattoo, a canoe decoration

紋身之字形,獨木舟裝潢piluk₂ [POC]biluk

Ivens 1929

352
mwalo

a sunken rock, a reef at sea

沉沒的岩石,海上的暗礁mwaloq [POC]

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353
-nä

3sg. pronoun suffixed to nouns of a certain class, the equivalent of the genitive (#nime 'hand': #nima-na 'his hand'); noun ending used with nouns denoting relationship

-ña [POC]-a₂

Ivens 1929

354
na

copulative, and

交媾na₅ [PMP]Na₁

Ivens 1929

355
naho

surf, wave

衝浪,波浪napok [POC]Nabek

Ivens 1929

356
nana

to eat (used to children)

吃(習慣於兒童)ñañam [PCEMP]ñamñam

Ivens 1929

357
na-nama

to be powerful, to exercise force … Ulawa speaks of ghosts as being #na-nama ‘spiritually powerful’

mana₂ [POC]

Ivens 1929

358
na-nama-ŋa

power, force

力量mana₂ [POC]

Ivens 1929

359
nao ~ nao-nao

widow(er)

寡婦ñao [POC]

Ivens 1929

360
näu

a fruit tree, teak

果樹、柚木ñatuq [PMP]

Ivens 1929

361
naʔo

front; before

前面;前面nago [POC]

Ivens 1929

362
ni

genitive: of; expresses purpose; expresses condition

親切的;表達目的的;表達條件的ni [PAN]

Ivens 1929

363
nini-ho

hornet

大黃蜂ñiñik [PCEMP]ñikñik

Ivens 1929

364
niu

the coconut palm, Cocos nucifera,

椰子樹,niuR [PMP]

Ivens 1929

365
nono äsi

midge, sandfly

蠓、沙蠅nonok [POC]neknek

Ivens 1929

366
no-nola

yesterday

昨天ñoRap [POC]ñeRab

Ivens 1929

367
nunu

to quake, of ground; to be loose, unstable, of a post; earthquake

地震,指地面;鬆散,不穩定,指柱子;地震nunu₁ [POC]

Ivens 1929

368
nunu i niu

reflections of coconut leaves; a zigzag in tattoo; a canoe decoration

椰葉倒影;紋身上的曲折;獨木舟裝潢qanunu [POC]

Ivens 1929

369
nunu(ku)

shadow of persons, reflection, likeness, carvings, soul, consciousness; a new set of gongs is said to be the #nunu of the old set

qanunu [POC]

Ivens 1929

370
nunu-lao

stinging nettle tree with large leaves used to cover a chief’s body exposed for burial

刺痛的蕁麻樹,葉子大,用來蓋住暴露在外埋葬的酋長的屍體latoŋ [POC]laCeŋ

Ivens 1929

371
nu-nunu

to quake, of ground; to be loose, unstable, of a post; earthquake

地震,指地面;鬆散,不穩定,指柱子;地震nu-nunu [POC]nunu₁

Ivens 1929

372
nuto

squid

魷魚nuso [POC]

Ivens 1929

373
ŋa hue ʔakuʔe

an areca nut for me to eat

給我吃的檳榔puaq [POC]buaq

Ivens 1929

374
ŋäs-i

to chew

咀嚼ŋaŋas [PCEMP]ŋasŋas

Ivens 1929

375
ŋäu

to eat

ŋau₁ [POC]

Ivens 1929

376
ŋäu-he

a feast; food

盛宴;食物ŋau₁ [POC]

Ivens 1929

377
ŋäu-ŋeu

to eat

ŋau-ŋau [POC]ŋau₁

Ivens 1929

378
ŋo-ŋora

to snore, to growl at, of a dog, to snort, of a pig

打鼾,咆哮,狗,豬ŋodra [POC]

Ivens 1929

379
ŋulu

to roar, of surf

咆哮,衝浪ŋuRuR [POC]

Ivens 1929

380
ŋuru ~ ŋu-ŋuru

to growl or roar, of animals; to mumble or groan, of persons

咆哮動物的咆哮;人的咕噥或呻吟ŋuru [POC]ŋurut

Ivens 1929

381
odo ~ odo-odo

straight; go straight forward; be correct and proper

直走kodos [POC]

Ivens 1929

382
odo(odo)

be straight, go straight forward; be correct and proper

直走,直走,端正oto [POC]

Ivens 1929

383
oho

attempt, make trial of

嘗試,嘗試topoŋ [POC]tepeŋ₁

Ivens 1929

384
oho

make a propitiatory offering after a term of absence

休會一段時間後,作一個撫慰性的祭品噪聲

Ivens 1929

385
okom-i

roll around in the mouth and swallow whole

口中翻滾,整個吞下oŋkom [POC]eŋgem

Ivens 1929

386
okom-i

roll around in the mouth and swallow whole

口中翻滾,整個吞下qoŋkom [POC]qeŋkem

Ivens 1929

387
oli(oli)

return, relieve, replace

返回、釋放、更換oliq, uliq [PCEMP]uliq₁

Ivens 1929

388
oli-si

change, alter

改變,改變oliq, uliq [PCEMP]uliq₁

Ivens 1929

389
olo

cut the ends off; to cut the hair of the head

把頭發的末端剪掉koRot [POC]keRet

Ivens 1929

390
olo-i

to sever the shoots of

割斷koRot [POC]keRet

Ivens 1929

391
olu

three

tolu [PEMP]telu

Ivens 1929

392
olu-ne

third, third time

第三次,第三次tolu [PEMP]telu

Ivens 1929

393
ona

stakes of #puepue palm or areca palm set in a hole as an enemy trap

在一個洞裏放置一根棕櫚或檳榔的木樁作為敵人的陷阱ona₂ [POC]ena

Ivens 1929

394
ona

freshwater limpet with poisonous spines; stakes of #puepue palm or areca palm set in a hole as an enemy trap

ona₁ [POC]ona

Ivens 1929

395
one

sand; beach

沙灘qone [POC]qenay

Ivens 1929

396
oneone

a littoral tree, light-colored leaves, pigeons eat the berries

海邊的樹,淺色的葉子,鴿子吃漿果借詞

Ivens 1929

397
ono

six

onom [POC]enem

Ivens 1929

398
ono

a fish, the barracuda

一條魚,梭魚qono₁ [POC]

Ivens 1929

399
oohu

sugarcane

甘蔗na topu [POC]tebuS

Ivens 1929

400
opo lama

growing coconut with watery inside, not normal (#opo = core, center of a growing coconut)

裏面有水的椰子生長,不正常(#opo=覈心,生長椰子的中心)lama₃ [POC]

Ivens 1929

401
opu

green drinking coconut

綠色飲用椰子噪聲

Ivens 1929

402
opwa

belly, bowels, stomach

肚子,腸胃topwa [POC]

Ivens 1929

403
opʷa-

belly, bowels, stomach

肚子,腸胃tobwa₂ [POC]

Ivens 1929

404
ora lulu

belch

打嗝toRap [POC]CeRab

Ivens 1929

405
ori-ori

scrape the charcoal off yams or taro roasted on the coals; peel yams

把木炭從山藥上刮下來或把芋頭烤在煤上;剝山藥皮orit [POC]erit

Ivens 1929

406
ori-ori

to scrape, to scrape the charcoal off yams or taro roasted on the coals; to peel yams with a #roa (black lip pearl shell) held between the thumb and index finger, the motion being away from and not towards the body.

ori [POC]

Ivens 1929

407
osi

cut, score, bevel canoe planks for joints

切割、劃傷、斜角獨木舟板,用於接縫噪聲

Ivens 1929

408
oto

cooked food taken on a journey

旅行中吃的熟食qoso [POC]

Ivens 1929

409
oʔa

to settle, of birds; to squat on the haunches

蹲下;蹲下toka₃ [POC]tekas

Ivens 1929

410
pala

light in color (coconuts, people, animals); cataract in eye; pale; faded

淺色(椰子、人、動物);白內障;蒼白;褪色balaR₂ [POC]balaR

Ivens 1929

411
pala

dorsal membrane of a swordfish

旗魚的背膜噪聲

Ivens 1929

412
pala

light in color, pale, faded

淺色,蒼白,褪色噪聲

Ivens 1929

413
pala-pala

grey, whitish

灰色、白色balaR₂ [POC]balaR

Ivens 1929

414
paŋa

to wonder, stagger at a matter

在一件事上驚愕paŋa₁ [PAN]

Ivens 1929

415
para

to fence with upright posts, to guard

用直立的柱子圍起來bara₄ [POC]bara₁

Ivens 1929

416
pasa

the stern bonito hook, trailed behind the canoe, made anciently of clam with a tortoise shell barb

船尾的波尼托鉤子,拖在獨木舟後面,以前是用蛤蜊和烏龜殼做的bayan [POC]

Ivens 1929

417
pasa

the stern bonito hook, trailed behind the canoe, made anciently of clam with a tortoise shell barb

船尾的波尼托鉤子,拖在獨木舟後面,以前是用蛤蜊和烏龜殼做的bayan₃ [POC]payan

Ivens 1929

418
pasu

to threaten

威脅basu [POC]

Ivens 1929

419
pepe

butterfly, moth

蝴蝶,蛾子bebe [POC]

Ivens 1929

420
pile

the young areca nut in its early stages

檳榔幼果piras [POC]

Ivens 1929

421
pile-na

roe of fish, yolk of egg; to spawn

魚卵,蛋黃;產卵piRa₁ [POC]biRaS

Ivens 1929

422
pine

hornbill

犀鳥binam [POC]

Ivens 1929

423
pine ni ano

Nicobar pigeon

尼柯巴鳩binam [POC]

Ivens 1929

424
pine ni usi

booby

布比binam [POC]

Ivens 1929

425
pinu

turn over the edge of a thing; to hem

把東西的邊緣翻過來;卷邊pinu [POC]

Ivens 1929

426
poi

up; hither

向上;向上boi₃ [POC]

Ivens 1929

427
pono-pono

to close, to be solid, to mend, to be closed, stuffed up; lid, stopper, cork of bottle (late use)

bonot [POC]

Ivens 1929

428
poŋi

a time, a season

一次,一個季節boŋi [POC]beRŋi

Ivens 1929

429
poŋi-ku

my appointed time

我約定的時間boŋi [POC]beRŋi

Ivens 1929

430
pota

to break by knocking one thing against another

把一件東西撞在另一件東西上而打破posaq [POC]peceq

Ivens 1929

431
pota niu

to crack coconuts

炸椰子posaq [POC]peceq

Ivens 1929

432
pue pue

a palm used for making bows, combs, heavy spears

用來做弓、梳子、重矛的手掌bual bual [POC]

Ivens 1929

433
pue pue rodo

heavy palm-wood spear

重掌木矛bual bual [POC]

Ivens 1929

434
puli

cowrie shell, used as sinkers for nets

網用沉子buliq₁ [POC]

Ivens 1929

435
pulo

to turn about, turn over; to tie around, to twist

轉過身來bulos [POC]

Ivens 1929

436
pulos-i

to roll, to twist; to be moved, of bowels

翻滾,扭轉;移動,腸子bulos [POC]

Ivens 1929

437
pulu

black (as volcanic rock); gall, fluid ejected by an octopus

黑色(如火山岩);膽汁,章魚噴出的液體buluŋ₃ [POC]buluŋ₁

Ivens 1929

438
pulu

the putty nut, Parinarium laurinum used to caulk canoes); tree gum

用來填塞獨木舟的油灰堅果;樹膠bulut [POC]pulut

Ivens 1929

439
pulut-e

sticking a thing with gum

用口香糖粘東西bulut [POC]pulut

Ivens 1929

440
pupulu

thick, dense (as branches)

厚,密(如樹枝)buburu [POC]

Ivens 1929

441
pupulu

thick, dense (as branches)

厚,密(如樹枝)噪聲

Ivens 1929

442
puri

back of, behind the back of, stern of a canoe

獨木舟尾部burit₃ [POC]burit₁

Ivens 1929

443
puri-ne

after that

之後burit₃ [POC]burit₁

Ivens 1929

444
pwau-

head

batuk [POC]batuk₃

Ivens 1929

445
pwaʔa

to rise, of heavenly bodies

升天pwaka [POC]

Ivens 1929

446
pwisi

splurt, splash

飛濺,飛濺picik [PMP]

Ivens 1929

447
rara

the coral tree, Erythrina indica

珊瑚樹,印度刺桐rarap [POC]dapdap₁

Ivens 1929

448
rara ~ raa-rara

be in the sunlight, be hot, pungent; be zealous over, be jealous over

在陽光下,要熱,要辣,要熱心,要嫉妒daŋdaŋ₁ [PMP]daŋdaŋ

Ivens 1929

449
rara mea

administer a public rebuke (lit. ‘burn the tongue’)

公開譴責。‘燒舌頭’)daŋdaŋ₁ [PMP]daŋdaŋ

Ivens 1929

450
räu

leaf; leaf used as a wrapper in cooking

葉子;在烹飪中用作包裝物的葉子raun [PEMP]dahun

Ivens 1929

451
raʔu

gather up with the hand

用手集合ra(ŋ)kup [PMP]

Ivens 1929

452
riʔi

small (paired with #raha ‘big’; not in common use)

小(與“raha'big”搭配;不常用)rikiq [POC]dikiq

Ivens 1929

453
ro

numeral, two; used only in composition

數位,二;僅用於構圖rua [POC]duSa

Ivens 1929

454
rodo

night

rodrom₁ [POC]demdem₂

Ivens 1929

455
rodo-si

be benighted

愚昧rodrom₁ [POC]demdem₂

Ivens 1929

456
roka

to open, set open wide

打開,打開

Ivens 1929

457
roŋo-ŋa

hearing

聽力roŋoR [POC]deŋeR

Ivens 1929

458
roŋo-roŋo

to hear, to listen, to hear tidings of; to understand; to ask in marriage

聽,聽,聽消息;理解;求婚roŋoR [POC]deŋeR

Ivens 1929

459
roŋo saai

to understand

理解roŋoR [POC]deŋeR

Ivens 1929

460
rue

two, used by itself or with #ro, of phases of the moon

兩個,單獨使用或與“ro”一起使用,指月球的相位rua [POC]duSa

Ivens 1929

461
sae

heart, mind, liver, lungs, chest

心、心、肝、肺、胸qatay [PMP]qaCay

Ivens 1929

462
sae-asi

forgive

原諒qatay [PMP]qaCay

Ivens 1929

463
sae esoeso

feel indignation; know, know how to, to name, give a name to (used in many expressions relating to mental or emotional states)

qatay [PMP]qaCay

Ivens 1929

464
sae hutohuto

lungs ( = 'frothing liver')

肺(‘泡沫肝’)qatay [PMP]qaCay

Ivens 1929

465
sahao

grub found in fallen logs of breadfruit tree, supposed to turn into the cockchafer beetle

在麵包果樹倒下的原木中發現的幼蟲,應該變成金龜子甲蟲qapator [POC]qabated

Ivens 1929

466
sähu

lime, lime gourd; magic lime put over doorway outside on the ridge-pole with an incantation, a charm to protect the house and its belongings; used in black magic

qapuR [PAN]

Ivens 1929

467
sälili

brown gastropod: Turbo petholatus

褐腹足類:矮小渦輪蟲qaliliŋ [PMP]

Ivens 1929

468
sälu

the ironwood tree, Casuarina equisetifolia; the needles are crushed and placed over bodies exposed for burial; a red stain is made from the scraped bark of the trees and used as a preservative for fishing-lines

aRu [POC]aRuhu

Ivens 1929

469
sälu

barracuda

梭魚qalu [PMP]

Ivens 1929

470
sane

white ant, the food of ghosts on Malapa?

白蟻,馬拉巴島上鬼魂的食物?ane [POC]aNay

Ivens 1929

471
sane-ʔa

eaten by white ants

被白蟻吃掉ane [POC]aNay

Ivens 1929

472
sao

the sago palm, Sagus sp., four kinds known, the leaves used for thatch

西米棕櫚,西米qatop [POC]qatep

Ivens 1929

473
sao ni ʔaholo

kite made of sago palm leaves and used in fishing for #mwanole (large garfish), the bait a spider's web

qatop [POC]qatep

Ivens 1929

474
saro

to face, to turn oneself; breast

面對,自首;胸脯qarop [POC]qadep

Ivens 1929

475
säsu

to smoke, of fire; smoke; steam

冒煙,冒火;冒煙;蒸汽qasu₃ [PMP]

Ivens 1929

476
sata

name

名稱acan [POC]ajan

Ivens 1929

477
sata

a climbing fern, very strong, used for tying

一種攀緣蕨類植物,非常強壯,用於打結qasam [POC]qaRsam

Ivens 1929

478
sata-aʔi

chafe, rub

摩擦asaq [PEMP]Sasaq

Ivens 1929

479
sate

human jaw

人的下巴qase [POC]qazay

Ivens 1929

480
sat-e

rub down, grind, sharpen on a stone

在石頭上磨、磨、磨asaq-i [POC]Sasaq

Ivens 1929

481
sato

sun, sunshine, fine weather, no rain

陽光,陽光,好天氣,不下雨qaco [POC]qajaw

Ivens 1929

482
säu

the bonito fish

鰹魚qatun [POC]

Ivens 1929

483
säu

kill, pound taro, ram, blow strong (of winds); pound taro and canarium nuts at a feast

殺戮,擊打芋頭,公綿羊,用力吹(風);盛宴上擊打芋頭和迦南堅果qatu [POC]

Ivens 1929

484
säu-lehi

evening

傍晚Rapi [POC]Rabiqi

Ivens 1929

485
säu-sesu

to smoke, of fire

吸煙,生火qasu qasu [PMP]qasu₃

Ivens 1929

486
sawa

freshwater mullet

淡水鯔魚qawas [PMP]

Ivens 1929

487
siho hai ano

come down to the ground

趴在地上tanoq [POC]taneq

Ivens 1929

488
siho i one

to land from a canoe on the beach

在海灘上用獨木舟降落sipo [POC]

Ivens 1929

489
siho-li

to descend upon

突襲sipo [POC]

Ivens 1929

490
siho-ŋa

a descent, disembarcation

下降、下飛機sipo [POC]

Ivens 1929

491
sine

to throw light with a torch; to use a torch of coconut leaves

用火炬點燃;用椰葉火炬sinaR [PMP]siNaR

Ivens 1929

492
sine-li

to brighten; moonlight

照亮;月光sinaR [PMP]siNaR

Ivens 1929

493
siŋe-siŋe

to shine, of the stars

閃耀,星光siŋaR [PMP]

Ivens 1929

494
sisi

to grin like a dog, lay bare the teeth

露齒而笑sisiq₂ [POC]ziziq

Ivens 1929

495
sisi

to grin like a dog, lay bare the teeth

露齒而笑sisir₂ [POC]zizir

Ivens 1929

496
sisi

to roll back as a fold, to grin like a dog, to lay bare the teeth

向後翻滾,像狗一樣咧嘴笑,露出牙齒sisi₂ [POC]

Ivens 1929

497
si-siho

to descend, to disembark, to land

下降,下船,著陸sipo [POC]

Ivens 1929

498
siwa-na

ninth, for the ninth time

第九,第九次siwa [PMP]Siwa

Ivens 1929

499
siwe

nine

siwa [PMP]Siwa

Ivens 1929

500
sulu

liquid, water

液體、水suRuq₁ [POC]zuRuq

Ivens 1929

501
sulu ni niu

the liquid of a green coconut

椰子汁suRuq₁ [POC]zuRuq

Ivens 1929

502
sulu ni wai

water

suRuq₁ [POC]zuRuq

Ivens 1929

503
susu-

breast, paps, dugs of animals

乳房,丘疹,動物糞便susu₁ [PAN]

Ivens 1929

504
susu

to suck the breast; to have children at the breast

吃奶susu₁ [PAN]

Ivens 1929

505
susu

to prick, pierce, impale; to stake; to sew

刺穿suksuk [PAN]

Ivens 1929

506
susu-i

to prick, to set up, fix firmly, to set upright in the ground (as bamboos for a wall)

刺、立、固、立(如竹作牆)suksuk-i [PMP]suksuk

Ivens 1929

507
taɁe

adverb of direction, up, inland

方向副詞,向上,內陸sake [POC]sakay₄

Ivens 1929

508
ta-haŋa

a fathom

一英尋ŋapa₁ [POC]

Ivens 1929

509
tala

path, road, way; a row, a string of objects

路,路,路;一行,一連串的物體jalan [POC]zalan

Ivens 1929

510
tala

to miss, to fail

錯過,失敗salaq₁ [PMP]

Ivens 1929

511
tala

sweep the house with a bunch of leaves or grasses

用一束樹葉或草打掃房子salap [POC]

Ivens 1929

512
täli

to split down, to tear down the stem of the betel pepper preparatory to eating, to split a vine or a bamboo, to strip the skin of #wale cane

sali [POC]

Ivens 1929

513
taŋa

the crotch of the legs

褲襠saŋa₁ [POC]

Ivens 1929

514
ta-ŋa-lau

cardinal numeral, one hundred

基數,一百sa-ŋa-Ratus [PMP]RaCus

Ivens 1929

515
täri

land a fish in a landing net; to stick fast in a tree or a noose

把魚放在漁網裏;牢牢地拴在樹上或套索上sariŋ [POC]zariŋ

Ivens 1929

516
tataʔe

embark, start off; used to denote the capacity of a canoe

上船,出發;用來表示獨木舟的容量sakay₁ [PMP]

Ivens 1929

517
tawa

an opening in the shore reef; used in names of landing places

海岸礁上的一個開口;用於登入地的名稱sawaŋ₂ [POC]

Ivens 1929

518
taʔa

bad; also used as commiseration

壞的;也用作同情saqat [POC]zaqat

Ivens 1929

519
taʔe

embark, start off

上船,出發sakay₁ [PMP]

Ivens 1929

520
taʔe ileŋine horse

to ride a horse

騎馬sakay₁ [PMP]

Ivens 1929

521
taʔe-li

embark, get into a canoe

上船,劃獨木舟sakay₁ [PMP]

Ivens 1929

522
tehulu

the black mussel, used in the manufacture of bow bonito hooks

河蚌一種黑色的貽貝,用於製作波尼托鉤sapulu [POC]

Ivens 1929

523
toha

to rejoice, to be proud

高興,驕傲噪聲

Ivens 1929

524
tolo

a hill

小山solos [POC]

Ivens 1929

525
toro

to pierce, to prick, to open a sore, to impale

刺穿,刺穿,打開傷口,刺穿噪聲

Ivens 1929

526
toto

to dry up, to soak into, of liquids

把液體弄幹sosop [POC]sepsep

Ivens 1929

527
tou

night heron

夜鷺sou [POC]

Ivens 1929

528
ue

rattan cane

藤條que [POC]quay

Ivens 1929

529
uhe

a strong ground creeper used in tying, with bitter juice; scraped and used to poison fish

一種結實的匍匐莖,用於捆綁,帶有苦味的汁液;被刮去用來毒死魚tupa₂ [POC]tubah

Ivens 1929

530
uhi

the yam, sixty-one varieties named at Sa'a

山藥,61個品種在薩阿命名qubi [PMP]

Ivens 1929

531
uhi

blow with the mouth upon an object, breathe upon

用嘴吹東西,呼吸upi [PCEMP]

Ivens 1929

532
ule-

brother, sister, cousins of all sorts

兄弟姐妹,各種各樣的表親tuRa- [POC]

Ivens 1929

533
ulehu

a fish, Oligorus gigas; six varieties of #ulehu are named; the #ulehu is caught with a bait of #‘a‘awa, walking fish; name appears in proverbs describing greediness (‘to eat like the #ulehu’)

kuRapu [PMP]

Ivens 1929

534
ule-ule

sinew; tendon

uRat uRat [PMP]huRaC

Ivens 1929

535
uli

rub, massage

按摩quli [PMP]

Ivens 1929

536
uli

a tree, the #vi-apple, Spondias dulcis

一棵樹,六號蘋果,■quRi [PCEMP]

Ivens 1929

537
ulo, ulo-ulo

wrap up, make a parcel of

包起來,包起來qules₂ [PMP]qules

Ivens 1929

538
ulos-i

wrap up (trans.)

包裝(運輸)qules₂ [PMP]qules

Ivens 1929

539
ulu

to wade

涉水tuRu₁ [POC]

Ivens 1929

540
uluŋ-e

to pillow, to serve as a pillow

枕頭,用作枕頭quluŋ-an [POC]qulun₂

Ivens 1929

541
ulu-one

the sandy tract immediately above the beach

緊靠海灘的沙地qulu [POC]quluh

Ivens 1929

542
umu

cooking oven in house, used only on great occasions; a large ring with upright stones

家裏的烤箱,只在重大場合使用;有豎直的石頭的大環qumun [PMP]

Ivens 1929

543
uneh-aʔa

scales of fish or snake

魚鱗或蛇鱗qunep [PCEMP]

Ivens 1929

544
uneh-i

to scale a fish

魚鱗qunap-i [POC]quSeNap

Ivens 1929

545
unu

fibrous spathe of a coconut frond, used for straining

椰子葉的纖維狀葉柄,用於過濾

Ivens 1929

546
ura

crayfish, prawn

小龍蝦、大蝦quraŋ [POC]qudaŋ

Ivens 1929

547
uru, uru-uru

gather up in the hand, collect

在手上集合,集合quruŋ [PMP]

Ivens 1929

548
usu

push, shove, launch a boat

推,推,下水qusur [POC]qunzur

Ivens 1929

549
usu

rub, daub, wipe, grate

揉搓、塗抹、擦拭、磨擦usuq [PMP]

Ivens 1929

550
usu

push, shove; launch a boat

推,推;下水usu [POC]

Ivens 1929

551
usu

to point, to accuse; the first finger

指指點點;指責tusuq [POC]tuzuq₁

Ivens 1929

552
usu, usu-usu

rub, daub, wipe, grate

揉搓、塗抹、擦拭、磨擦噪聲

Ivens 1929

553
usu-i

to point at, to accuse

指責tusuq [POC]tuzuq₁

Ivens 1929

554
usu-usu

to point, to accuse

指出,指責tuzu-tuzuq [PMP]tuzuq₁

Ivens 1929

555
ute pii

heavy rain

大雨qusan [POC]quzaN

Ivens 1929

556
uto

pith

uso [POC]

Ivens 1929

557
uu

real, beginning, source

真實,開始,來源tuqu₂ [PMP]

Ivens 1929

558
u-unu, u-unu-unu

burn in the fire, roast flesh on the embers; raise cicatrices on the body by burning

在火中焚燒,在餘燼上烤肉,在身上燒焦tunu tunu [POC]CuNuh

Ivens 1929

559
u-unu-hi

to burn

燃燒tunu tunu [POC]CuNuh

Ivens 1929

560
u-unu-unu

young men's game played on sand, two sides each with its oven (#umu); the game is to wrest one of the opposite side and put him into the oven

tunu tunu [POC]CuNuh

Ivens 1929

561
uweli

mother’s brother-sisters-son relationship

母子兄妹關係借詞

Ivens 1929

562
uwo

the inner skin of rattan cane, pith

藤條的內層,髓quto [POC]

Ivens 1929

563
uwo

flying-fish float

飛魚浮uton [POC]

Ivens 1929

564
u-wota

to appear on the horizon (as hills)

出現在地平線上(如山)pwosa [POC]

Ivens 1929

565
wai

fresh water; stream, river

淡水waiR [PCEMP]wahiR

Ivens 1929

566
waieu

the bonito fish

鰹魚借詞

Ivens 1929

567
wäli

a space of time, long past

時間的空間,久遠的過去waRi₂ [POC]

Ivens 1929

568
wæli

a space of time, long past

時間的空間,久遠的過去tuaRi [POC]

Ivens 1929

569
walo

creeper, vine; rope, string, line; fishing-line; ten shell-moneys, a unit

藤蔓植物;繩子,繩子,釣線;釣魚線;十個貝殼錢,一個組織waRoc [POC]waRej

Ivens 1929

570
wate

make an oration at a feast

在宴會上發表演說wa(n)se [POC]

Ivens 1929

571
wate-ŋa

an oration

演說wa(n)se-ŋa [POC]wa(n)se

Ivens 1929

572
wau

adverb of place; there

地點副詞wa-tu [PMP]-Cu

Ivens 1929

573
wawa

mouth

噪聲

Ivens 1929

574
waʔa

be split, cut into sections; to split, divide fish; shred, cut up yams for planting

劈開,切成段;劈開,分魚;切碎,切碎山藥栽種wakaq [PMP]

Ivens 1929

575
waʔa

a boss on the head of adze handle, on canoe #haku (stem or stern) in prow, on back of #kiekie clubs, etc.

waka [POC]

Ivens 1929

576
waʔa-waʔa

wild yam with large fruit; eaten in famine times

有大果實的野生山藥;在饑荒時期食用噪聲

Ivens 1929

577
wili

give tribute, contribute money to a chief at a feast

在宴會上向首領進貢捐錢噪聲

Ivens 1929

578
zio

down, downward

向下,向下sipo [POC]

Ivens 1929

579
ʔäi

tree, wood , more commonly used in Ulawa; to be stiff, numb

樹,木頭,在烏拉瓦更常用;堅硬,麻木kayu [POC]kaSiw

Ivens 1929

580
ʔa-pulo

reversed, returned, turned back on a journey

倒車,返回,返回ta-bulos [POC]bulos

Ivens 1929

581
ʔaʔasi

to scratch deeply

深深地抓撓kakas-i [POC]gasgas

Ivens 1929

582
ʔime

the bear’s paw clam

熊掌蛤kima [PMP]

Ivens 1929

583
ʔoʔo

to stay, stay about, not go anywhere

留下來,留下來,不去任何地方噪聲

Ivens 1929

584
ʔue

how? why? of course

怎樣?為什麼?當然kua₁ [PMP]kua₂

Ivens 1929

585
ʔuluʔulu

a full-grown coconut, a dry nut on the tree or fallen off

成熟的椰子,樹上的幹堅果或是掉下來的kulu₂ [POC]

Ivens 1929

586
ʔuʔu

to hang down, to depend, to swing

垂下,依靠,搖擺kukut [POC]

Ivens 1929

587
ʔuʔu

a round object, a lump in pounded

一個圓形的物體,一個被擊碎的腫塊噪聲

Ivens 1929

588
ʔuʔu i dili

berries of dracaena; testicle

龍血樹的漿果;睾丸噪聲

Ivens 1929

589
 
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