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ab balen

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[ab balən] n. veranda (lit. house tongue)

(Tok Pisin) veranda

ab natun

ab natun
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[ab natun] n. hut

(Tok Pisin) haus

abek

abek
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[abək] n. table, bed, bench

(Tok Pisin) tebol, bet, bens

abi

abi
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[abi] n. garden

(Tok Pisin) gaden

ai

ai
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[ai] n. wood

(Tok Pisin) diwai, paiawut

ai luwan urib wap aigi te pid

ai luwan urib wap aigi te pid
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[ai luwan urib wap aigi te pid] n. bridge (middle-sized wood you follow and come across)

ai rain

ai rain
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[ai rain] n. branch

(Tok Pisin) han blo diwai

ai sulungan

ai sulungan
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[ai suluŋan] n. bark (lit. tree skin)

(Tok Pisin) skin diwai

aiyur

aiyur
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[aiyur] n. leaf

(Tok Pisin) lip

alili

alili
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[alili] n. centipede

(Tok Pisin) plantihan

amul aben

amul aben
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[amul abən] n. hearth, cooking pit fire

anan

anan
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[anan] n. yam

(Tok Pisin) yam

anattuntun

anattuntun
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[anattuntun] n. shadow

(Tok Pisin) tewel

apain natun, aim natun

apain natun, aim natun
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[apaiin natun, aim natun] n. baby

(Tok Pisin) bebi

bag

bag
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[bag] n. post

(Tok Pisin) pos

bakum

bakum
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[bakum] n. type of gecko

baliklik

baliklik
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[baliklik] n. shell

(Tok Pisin) sel

bor

bor
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[bor] n. pig

(Tok Pisin) pik

bor kasik

bor kasik
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[bor kasik] n. wild boar

(Tok Pisin) pik man

bor natun

bor natun
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[bor natun] n. piglet

(Tok Pisin) pikinini pik

dal natun

dal natun
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[dal natun] n. trail (little road)

(Tok Pisin) liklik rot

dalawan

dalawan
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[dalawan] n. door

(Tok Pisin) dua

dalawan natun

dalawan natun
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[dalawan natun] n. window

(Tok Pisin) windo

darkeke

darkeke
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[darkəke] n. pandanus

(Tok Pisin) karuka

daruk

daruk
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[daruk] n. meat (of all kinds)

(Tok Pisin) abus

dawa

dawa
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[dawa] n. spear for fishing

(Tok Pisin) spia, supia

Example: Tomas Taleo Kreno holds a fishing spear.

dawai

dawai
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[dawai] n. male

(Tok Pisin) man

did bubun

did bubun
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[did bubun] n. hill

(Tok Pisin) liklik maunten

did dabok

did dabok
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[did dabok] n. mountain

(Tok Pisin) maunten

dom

dom
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[dom] n. connecting pegs to outrigger, part of a canoe

Example: Tomas Taleo Kreno points to the connecting pegs.

duban

duban
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[duban] n. waves

(Tok Pisin) si, sibruk

dur

dur
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[dur] n. fork

(Tok Pisin) pok

garang

garang
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[garaŋ] n. bush

(Tok Pisin) bikpela bus

gaun

gaun
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[gaun] n. dog

(Tok Pisin) dok

girek mangau tamat

girek mangau tamat
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[girәk maŋau tamat] n. teacher

(Tok Pisin) tisa

i mamari

i mamari
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[i mamari] v. paradigm example S/he cooks (roasting, cooking in fire)

i milo naingo

i milo naingo
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[i milo naiiŋgo] v. paradigm example S/he cooks (imperf) food

i pai

i pai
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[i pai] v. paradigm example S/he plants

(Tok Pisin) em i planim

i yao nage

i yao nage
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[i yao nage] v. S/he made a fire

(Tok Pisin) em i mekim paia pinis

id bar tabi

id bar tabi
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[id bar tabi] v. paradigm example We (incl) sing

(Tok Pisin) yumi singsing

kabob

kabob
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[kabob] n. butterfly

(Tok Pisin) bataplai

kadai

kadai
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[kadai] n. type of lizard (lives in tree, green)

(Tok Pisin) palai

kadalai

kadalai
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[kadalai] n. frog

(Tok Pisin) rokrok

kaik

kaik
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[kaik] n. cloud

(Tok Pisin) klaut

kalago

kalago
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[kalago] n. cage

(Tok Pisin) kalabus

katabebe

katabebe
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[katabebe] n. spider

(Tok Pisin) spaida

ketuk

ketuk
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[kətuk] n. string net bag

(Tok Pisin) bilum

kogogo

kogogo
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[kogogo] n. hornbill

(Tok Pisin) kokomo

kor

kor
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[kor] n. coconut cover (on tree)

kukurek

kukurek
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[kukurek] n. chicken, duck

(Tok Pisin) kakaruk, pato

lala

lala
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[lala] n. Shelter

(Tok Pisin) ples bilong hait

lala han bag

lala han bag
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[lala han bag] n. Shelter’s pole

(Tok Pisin) longpela diwai bilong ples bilong hait

langalang

langalang
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[laŋalaŋ] n. railing

(Tok Pisin) rel

makak

makak
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[makak] n. cockatoo

(Tok Pisin) koki, kokatu

makusik

makusik
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[makusik] n. wallaby?

(Tok Pisin) sikau?

mariu bag

mariu bag
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[mariu bag] n. betel bunch

Example: John Agid and Tomas Taleo Kreno display a betel bunch.

mariu raun

mariu raun
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[mariu rau.un] n. betel leaf

(Tok Pisin) lip bilong buai

mau

mau
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[mau] n. taro

(Tok Pisin) taro

mudan

mudan
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[mudan] n. meat

(Tok Pisin) abus, mit

nap

nap
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[nap] n. wood on top sides of a canoe

Example: Tomas Taleo Kreno with a canoe.

ngau palagis ho ai ngatarenge

ngau palagis ho ai ngatarenge
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[ŋau palagis ho ai ŋatareŋe] phrase I cut the tree with an axe

nina

nina
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[nina] n. knife

(Tok Pisin) naip

niu

niu
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[niu] n. coconut tree/coconut

(Tok Pisin) diwai kokonas/kokonas

niu babuman

niu babuman
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[niu babuman] n. dry coconut

niu kokaten

niu kokaten
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[niu kokaten] n. coconut, green

(Tok Pisin) kulau

niu raun

niu raun
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[niu raun] n. coconut leaf

(Tok Pisin) lip bilong kokonas

niu ririn

niu ririn
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[niu ririn] n. fresh coconut meat remaining in coconut shell after scraping

nub

nub
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[nub] n. river

(Tok Pisin) wara, riva

nub kuduman

nub kuduman
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[nub kuduman] n. well

(Tok Pisin) hul wara

palagis hona ai tarenge

palagis hona ai tarenge
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[palagis hona ai tareŋe] phrase The wood was chopped with an axe

pat alon

pat alon
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[pat alon] n. rock

(Tok Pisin) ston

pri sulungan

pri sulungan
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[pri suluŋan] n. drum skin

rarar

rarar
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[rarar] n. floor joist

sal

sal
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[sal] n. bench, seating area of canoe

(Tok Pisin) bens, fom

Example: Tomas Taleo Kreno points to the bench of a canoe.

sam

sam
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[sam] n. float or outrigger, part of a canoe

Example: Tomas Taleo Kreno touches the canoe’s float.

sidar

sidar
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[sidar] n. frog (small)

(Tok Pisin) rokrok

sisal

sisal
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[sisal] n. roof (sago palm)

(Tok Pisin) rup (bilong saksak)

sise tamat

sise tamat
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[sise tamat] n. old man

tamat

tamat
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[tamat] n. man

(Tok Pisin) man

tan

tan
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[tan] n. ground

(Tok Pisin) graun

tan pidakaman

tan pidakaman
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[tan pidakaman] n. valley

(Tok Pisin) ples daun

tanfag

tanfag
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[tanfag] n. mud

(Tok Pisin) graun malomalo

taratui

taratui
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[taratui] n. ceiling

(Tok Pisin) insait bilong rup

te dabok

te dabok
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[te dabok] n. big string net bag

(Tok Pisin) bilum

teratettet

teratettet
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[teratettet] n. type of insect

tet

tet
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[tet] n. step

(Tok Pisin) lata, step

tutui

tutui
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[tutui] n. nail

(Tok Pisin) nil

ulum

ulum
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[ulum] n. wheel

(Tok Pisin) wil

urom

urom
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[urom] n. rain

(Tok Pisin) ren

urom sawen

urom sawen
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[urom sawən] n. wet conditions

wag

wag
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[wag] n. canoe

(Tok Pisin) kanu

Example: Justin Willy stands by a canoe being stored.

wag ilon

wag ilon
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[wag ilon] n. inside of canoe

Example: Tomas Taleo Kreno inside a canoe.

wasing

wasing
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[wasiŋ] n. fish

(Tok Pisin) pis

wasing garegaren

wasing garegaren
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[wasing garegaren] n. fish

(Tok Pisin) pis

wasing uyun

wasing uyun
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[wasing uyun] n. fish tail

(Tok Pisin) tel bilong pis

witwit

witwit
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[witwit] n. fan

(Tok Pisin) brum bilong winim pes, fen, lektrik fen

yad

yad
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[yad] n. outrigger cross boom, part of a canoe

Example: Tomas Taleo Kreno points to the outrigger cross boom.

yagoh

yagoh
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[yagoh] n. Shade

yau

yau
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[yau] n. fire

(Tok Pisin) paia

yunip didaba

yunip didaba
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[yunip didaba] n. firewood