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eAet, ijeḷā ke kwōj bọọj im kwomaroñ kōtōprak aikuj e .Yes, I know that you are my boss and you can handle my request.aaet
 Kwōj ḷōmṇak jekar tōpar ia ke ej kun injin e admān?” Jema ekajjitōk ippān.Where do you think we were when our engine went out?” Father asked. P790ad
 Kwōn aduwadouk bōb e.Put this pandanus in the basket and carry it.aduwado
 Eaebōjbōj ḷọk kọpe e liṃō jān kọpe ṇe liṃōṃ.My coffee isn't as sweet as yours.aebōjbōj
 Kwōj ja aene tok añkijeep e .Could you iron my handkerchief?aen
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eaKwōj aike ḷọk eañ ea?Where are you towing it to?aik
 Bakbōk in ea ṇe aṃ?Where did you get your knife from? / Where was your knife made?bakbōk
 Banin ea ṇe liṃōṃ?Where did you get that punch from?ban
 Baninnor in ea ṇe aṃ?Where did you get your small basket from?banonoor
 Banōl in ea ṇe aṃ?Where did you get your funnel from?banōḷ
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eaabEḷak kar ba ke jebuñ jān Ruōt im jen bwābwe wōt bwe aelōñ eo epād i reeaar, ekwe kwōbar ba ke eaab.He’s been saying we were off course since Roi-Namur and that we should tack windward because land was to the east, but you said no. P1236buñ
 Eaab, iar jab jikuuḷ.No, I didn't go to school.eaab
 Eaab, eñeo,” Kapen eo eakweḷap.No, this is what’s going on,” the Captain insisted. P93eñeo
EaabbwilōñlōñEaabbwilōñlōñ kōn aṃ kaabṇōṇōiki.It's restless because you're bothering it.abbwilōñlōñ
EaabinEaabin jikuuḷHe doesn't want to go to school.eaab
EaabōbbōbEaabōbbōb bwe jenaaj rumwiji wa eo.Hurry up or we might miss the ship.eaabōbbōb
eaaddeboululḷọkIj ḷōmṇak eaaddeboululḷọk Jọọn jān kwe ak iaaddeboulul tata iaadeañI think John's dizzier than you but I'm the dizziest of us fouraddeboulul
EaadikọọtotḷọkEaadikọọtotḷọk meḷaaj eo ilo bukwōn eo iAbūdka.The field in Africa had more index fingers scattered around.addi-kọọtot
eaajliptaakKiiō ijeḷā etke eaajliptaak kōkan in.Now I know why this food is not good.ajliptaak
EaajḷọkḷọkEaajḷọkḷọk jān kwe.He regrets it more than you do.ajḷọk
EaajriinEaajriin uwaake lieṇ.She's known for relying on children to do chores for her.ajriin uwaak
EaarEaar ruṃḷọk juon tiiṃa in Jepaan eo ilo aba eṇ Likiep.A Japanese ship sank in the harbor at Likiep.aba
 Eñeo eaar abōblepwaj wōt ijeṇeṇe waj.I saw him looking uninterested and heading that away.abōblep
 Lio eaar abōḷpinanaiki iiōk eo.She added apple bananas to the cooking.abōḷ
 Eñeo eaar addikdik waj im wāwewaj ijeṇeṇe waj.He was squinting and heading in that direction there.addikdik
 Ijaje ta eo eaar kaaerin bōtōktōke.I don't know what turned it into the blood pressure feeling.aerin bōtōktōk
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EabbōjejeEabbōjeje.She's always bashful.abje
eabebKajjitōk: Kwōj itōk jān ia kako eṇ?; Jān lo mar eṇ; Kwaar et?, Iar eabeb kijō ṃōñāA query: "Whence came that rooster?", "From those boondocks."; "What did you there?", "Scratched for my food.".ebeb
EabḷajtiiñiñEabḷajtiiñiñ aṃ kōnono.You're always talking about abḷajtiiñabḷajtiiñ
EabḷajtiiñḷamjakoEabḷajtiiñḷamjako likin ṃweo iṃōn.The ocean side of his land had a lot of abḷajtiñ plants.abḷajtiiñ
eabōbAmñe eabōb ke ejjeḷọk men eṇ jinen emaroñe.Even if he refuses there's nothing his mother can do about it.amñe
eabōbbōbḷọkEkwe eabōbbōbḷọk bwe eboñ.Let's step on it cause it's getting dark.abōbbōb
EabōblepḷọkEabōblepḷọk jān ṃoktaShe's more refusing than before.abōblep
EabōḷeEabōḷe eoon tebōḷ uweo.There are lots of apples on that table over there.abōḷ
eabwinEj kōjarroñroñe bwe eabwin roñjake jinen.He's pretending not hear because he refuses to listen to his mother.jarroñroñ
 E kain ṃōṃaan rot eṇ eabwin pād ettọọne baaṃle eo an.He was the kind of man that does not like to be far from his family. P36tọọn
eademlōkmejḷọkEjjeḷọk eṇ eademlōkmejḷọk jān bar juon.No one has greater inalienable rights than anyone else.addemlōkmej
EadikEadik.It's the first quarter of the moon now.adik
EadkeelelEadkeelel ajriin kilaaj eṇ an.Her class is a bunch of spoiled kids.adkeelel
EaebōjbōjEaebōjbōj ḷọk kọpe e liṃō jān kọpe ṇe liṃōṃ.My coffee isn't as sweet as yours.aebōjbōj
 Eaebōjbōj ḷọk jān ṃoktaIt's more tasteless than before.aebōjbōj
 Eaebōjbōj ti in.This tea isn't sweet enough.aebōjbōj
EaebōjbōjeEaebōjbōje iiōk eṇ an.Her cooking is flat.aebōjbōj
 Eaebōjbōje ḷọk jān ṃoktaIt's even more tasteless than beforeaebōjbōj
Eaebōj-laḷeEaebōj-laḷe āninThis island has plenty of ground wells.aebōj-laḷ
eaejemjemEpao tokin kain eṇ eaejemjem.His appearance was like those people who when they talk, everyone listens and believes what they say. P60aejemjem
 Eaejemjem an irooj eṇ naan.That chief carries power in his words.aejemjem
EaejemjemḷọkEaejemjemḷọk aṃ in naan jān ñaYour speeches pack more persuasion than mine.aejemjem
EaekijekeEaekijeke āneḷọk būṃbūṃ eo.The currents near the pass propelled the bumbum boat toward the shore.aekijek
 Eaekijeke wa eo.The boat was caught in the current around the passage.aekijek
eaelaḷeLio eaelaḷe ḷeo im ḷotḷọkShe performed the Arno sexual technique so well that he passed out.aelaḷ
eaelelKwōn ātoñ ṃōk pein eaelel keSmell his hands and see if they smell like fish.ātāt
EaelellọḷEaelellọḷ ḷọk jān Jemāluut.He's a greater wife stealer than the legendary Jemāluut.aelellaḷ
EaelikEaelik ḷọk ṃaḷoon ānin jān āneṇThis lagoon has more ocean currents flowing out than in that lagoon.aelik
EaelikiEaeliki kōrkōr eo im peḷọk.The current flowing out drifted the canoe away.aelik
 Eaeliki ḷọk wa eo ñan likin āneoThe boat got drifted out with the current to the ocean side of the island.aelik
EaelmeejeEaelmeeje arin eooneneen Mile.The lagoon side of the main island of Mili has lots of surgeonfish.aelmeej
 Eaelmeeje tataIt is the most infested with surgeonfish.aelmeej
EaelọkEaelọk tata kōḷar ṇeThat color is hardest to notice.aelọk
 Eaelọk ḷọk ijieṇ ḷọkIt's more obscured in that direction.aelọk
 Eaelọk kiiō ak enaaj alikkar tokālik.It's invisible now but will be revealed later.aelọk
EaelōñeEaelōñe ḷọk Bajjipiik jān Atḷaṇtiik.The Pacific Ocean has more islands and atolls than the Atlantic.aelōñ
EaelōñkeiniEaelōñkeini ḷọk Mājro jān Utrōk.Majuro grows more Aelōñkein bananas than Utrik.Aelōñ-kein
EaelorEaelor ḷọk ijin.This spot is shadier.aelor
 Eaelor tata turin ṃwiin kōn wọjke kein ipeḷaakin.It's shadiest around this house due to the surrounding trees.aelor
EaemedEaemed kiiōIt's cool now.aemed
EaemedḷọkEaemedḷọk ḷọk jota jān jotenin.It was cooler last evening than this evening.aemedḷọk
EaeṃṃanEaeṃṃan ḷọk ije ij eọñwōd ie jān ijeṇe.The current here where I'm fishing is better than where you are.aeṃṃan
EaemọkkweEaemọkkwe ḷọk jān ñaHe follows people around more than I do.aemọkkwe
 Eaemọkkwe wōt lieṇ.She's always following someone around.aemọkkwe
EaeṃōḷoḷoEaeṃōḷoḷo tata iuṃwin Alele.The coolest spot is under the Alele Museum.aeṃōḷoḷo
 Eaeṃōḷoḷo tok jān rear.The cool air is coming from the east.aeṃōḷoḷo
EaemuujiḷọkEaemuujiḷọk rainiin jān raan eo ḷọkThe surface of the water is foamier than the other day.aemuuji
EaeniñeañḷọkEaeniñeañḷọk ḷọk āñin meto jān rakin meto.The northward current is stronger in the northern section than in the southern section of the islands.aeniñeañḷọk
 Eaeniñeañḷọk meto eṇ kōtaan Likiep im Ruōt.The current in the ocean between Likiep and Ruōt is flowing northward.aeniñeañḷọk
EaenōṃṃanEaenōṃṃan kiiōIt's peaceful now.aenōṃṃan
 Iḷak lale ke eaenōṃṃan wōt Kapen eo, iwanlōñ ḷọk ippāerro ijo bwe en ṃōṃan aluje meram eo.I saw that the Captain was sleeping peacefully so I went up with the other two so I could get a good look at the light. P1114ippa-
EaeñwāñwāEaeñwāñwā tata ñe ej illu.He's noisiest when angry.aeñwāñwā
EaepādpādEaepādpād kōn an japojak.He delays because he's not prepared.aepedped
EaepokpokEaepokpok wūn eo.That was a complex mathematical problem.aepokpok
EaepokpokḷọkEaepokpokḷọk ijieṇḷọkIt's more complicated in that direction.aepokpok
EaerEaer būruōn ak ear etal wōt im kōṃṃane.He didn't want to but he did it anywayaer
EaerarEaerar keinikkan ḷam jako.The trees got thoroughly scorched aerar
EaerārEaerār an kōnono.He's always talking about ruddy turnstones.aerār
 Eaerār tata ñe ej añōneañ.The ruddy turnstones abound the most at the windy season.aerār
EaerarḷọkEaerarḷọk tōrerein ḷọkIts edges are more scorched in that direction.aerar
EaerinEaerin bōtōktōk ḷọk rainiin jān inne.The blood pressure is more apparent today than yesterday.aerin bōtōktōk
 Eaerin bōtōktōk tok ijo tok ipeū.I feel the blood pressure moving up in this area of my arm.aerin bōtōktōk
 Eaerin bōtōktōk turin mejān.He feels the blood pressure on his face.aerin bōtōktōk
EaerḷọkEaerḷọk mejatoto rainiin jān inne.It's more oppressive today than yesterday.aer
EaerōkeañḷọkEaerōkeañḷọk ḷọk rainiin jān raan eo ḷọkThe current is flowing more northward today than the other day.aerōkeañḷọk
 Eaerōkeañḷọk rainiinThe current is flowing southward today.aerōkeañḷọk
EaetEaet lọjetThere is a current in the ocean.aet
 Eaet ḷọk lik jān ar ak eaetak tata lowaan to eṇ.The current on the ocean-side is stronger than in the lagoon, however, the current in the pass is the strongest flowing eastward.aet
eaetakEaet ḷọk lik jān ar ak eaetak tata lowaan to eṇ.The current on the ocean-side is stronger than in the lagoon, however, the current in the pass is the strongest flowing eastward.aet
 Eaetak lowaan to eṇ rainiin.The current is currently flowing eastward in the pass today.aetak
EaetakeEaetake booj eo im ñak wōnṃaanḷọk.The boat got caught in the eastward flowing current and couldn't move forward.aetak
EaetakḷọkEaetakḷọk ilo tōre in.The current is presently flowing eastward.aetak
EaetakwajEaetakwaj rainiinThe current is moving easterly in your (the person spoken to) direction today.ae
EaeteEaete ḷọk kōrkōr eo ñan lik.The current drifted the canoe out to the ocean side.aet
EaetoEaeto rilikin aelōñ in.The current flows west on the lee side of the atollaeto
EaetoikiEaetoiki ṇa iturin ṃweoHe got bewitched near the house.aeto
EaetokEaetok jān ñaHe's taller than me.aetok
 En baj lōñ wōt ṇe petkōj kwōbōk tok ke eaetok peḷọk in,” Bojin eo eba im bwilik ṃaan meme eo.I hope there are a lot of biscuits left because we are going to be drifting for a while yet,” the Boatswain said as he started to eat. P965bōk
 Kadujejjete bwe eaetok iaḷ in.Fill it up because this is a long journey.dujejjet
 Ak jab meḷọkḷọk naan eo an rūtto ro, ekadu tōllọk in a eaetok peḷọk in’ ñe koṃ ḷokan kanne wa ṇe kōn jọkpej, ej kab naaj kauwōtataḷọk wōt.”But don’t forget the old saying staying within the realm of possibilities is short, but being adrift like this is long’; when you guys fill the boat with scrap, it will be more dangerous.” P99kauwōtata
 Kememej bwe ekadu tōllọk in ak eaetok pelọk in.”Remember that the path may be short, but not when you drift off course.” P487tōllọk
EaetokḷọkEaetokḷọk an kwaḷọk jān kwe.His preaching was longer than yours.aetok
EaetōktōkeEaetōktōke ḷọk iiō in jān iiō eo ḷọkThis year's crop of arrowroot stalks is more abundant than last year's.aetōktōk
 Eaetōktōke meḷan āninThere's arrowroot stalks growing all over the island.aetōktōk
EaetowajEaetowaj ñan ijeṇe.The current is flowing west toward there where you areaeto
EaettokEaettok buuṃin wa eṇ.That ship's booms are normally long.buuṃ
EaewaarEaewaar ḷọk ijin.The current flowing into the lagoon is stronger here.aewaar
 Eaewaar tata mejān to eṇ.The current flowing into the lagoon is strongest at the mouth of the channel.aewaar
EaewaareEaewaare arḷọk kōrkōr eo.The kōrkōr drifted into the lagoon with the current.aear
 Eaewaare ijinCurrents flowing into the lagoon are always present at this particular.aear
 Eaewaare wa eo.The canoe was drifted into the lagoon by the current.aewaar
EaewaareḷọkEaewaareḷọk ijin jān ijjuweo.The current flowing into the lagoon is stronger here than over there.aear
eaewanlikḶōḷḷap eṇ jemāmro eaewanlik.My father-in-law is an expert fisherman.aewanlik
EaiboojojEaiboojoj ḷọk jān ṃoktaIt's prettier than before.aiboojoj
 Eaiboojoj unokan alu kein.These alu shells have beautiful colors.alu
 Eaiboojoj jọkur in wọn eo.The turtle shell is beautiful.jọkur
EaidikEaidik mejānHe has slanted eyes.aidik
 Ejọ kōn kilep ak kiiō eaidik.He used to be fat but now he is skinny.jọ
EaijEaij ḷọk wōtōn jab in.This pandanus season has more Aij pandanus than the previous season.Aij
eaijiRej ba eaiji ioon dān ilo North Pole aolep iien.It is said that there is always ice on the water at the North Pole.aij
 Eaiji tata kar iiō eo 1810It was known that 1810 was the year with the most ice.aij
 Eaiji ḷọk ioon dān iiō in jān iiō eo ḷọkThere's more ice on the water this year than last year.aij
 Eaiji meḷan āninThere are many Aij pandanus trees on this island.Aij
 Eaiji tata iiō in.This year has the greatest Aij pandanus production.Aij
EaijkudiimiEaijkudiimi ioon tebōḷ ṇe ippaṃ.You've messed up the table with your ice cream.aij kudiiṃ
EaijlowōdḷọkEaijlowōdḷọk iiō eo ḷọk jān iiō in.The school of bonitoes that came into the lagoon last year had more fish than this year.ajilowōd
EaijoeEaijoe meḷan āninThe island has lots of aijo plant on it.aijo
EaijoeḷọkEaijoeḷọk jān ṃoktaThere are more aijo plants than previously.aijo
EaikiEaiki likin āninThe ocean side shore is littered with driftwood.aik
 Eaiki ḷọk iiō jab in.This year you find more driftwood.aik
 Eaiki tata likin Jemọ.The ocean side of Jemọ island is littered the most with driftwood.aik
EaikiieEaikiie wa e.This boat is easy to tow.aik
 Eaikiie ḷọk jān ṃoktaIt's easier to tow than before.aik
EaikujEaikuj bwe en wōr ruo jemānaj.There must be two people to pass thatch.jemān aj
 Eaikuj kaddikdikḷọk nuknuk kaṇ an bwe reḷḷap.She has to shrink her dresses because they are too loose for her.kaddikdik
eaikujiAk ña ikar pād wōt ijo i turin im pojak wōt ñan jebjeb ḷọk kein jerbal ko eaikuji ñan jaḷjaḷ.I stayed next to him in case he needed me to pass him his tools. P715aikuj
EaikujiḷọkEaikujiḷọk jān ñaHe needs it more than I do.aikuj
EaikujḷọkEaikujḷọk jān kwe.He's needier than you.aikuj
EaikūtōkōdeEaikūtōkōde arin āninThere's plenty of aikūtōkōd fish at the lagoon side of the island.aikūtōkōd
 Eaikūtōkōde ḷọk tōre in jān tōre eo ḷọkThere's more aikūtōkōd fish this season that the last one.aikūtōkōd
EaiḷipEaiḷip bōran pinjeḷ e .My pencil has a blunt point.aiḷip
EaillilōkḷọkEaillilōkḷọk jān etto.She's more possessive than way back when.aililōk
EaiḷḷipEaiḷḷip ḷọk men kein jān men kākaṇ.These things here are more thick and long than those over there.aiḷip
EaiṇakEaiṇak jān wōt ko.She got drenched to the skin from the rain.aeṇak
EainikienEainikien kōrāHe has the voice of a woman.ainikie-
EainṃakeEainṃake bōb ṇe im nana.The leaves near the stem make the pandanus bad.ainṃak
 Eainṃake ḷọk bōb e ippa jān bōb ṇe ippaṃ.The pandanus I have has more leaves near the stem than the one you have.ainṃak
EaiṇokkoEaiṇokko ḷọk jān ledik eṇ jein.He's more light complexioned than his older sister.aiṇokko
 Eaiṇokko kōnke nejin ri-pālle.He's light skinned because his father is a white American.aiṇokko
 Eaiṇokko kōnke nejin ri-pālle.He's light skinned because his father is a white American.kōnke
EaireEaire jikin kwelọk eo ke ij talboone inne.The city was hit with a tornado when I phoned him yesterday.aire
EaitokEaitok jān kenato.He's very tall. (lit. He's taller than a tall coconut tree.)aitok
 Eaitok jeor kaṇ an likao eṇ.That young man's sideburns are long.jeor
 Kwōn jep jedọujij e bwe eaitok.Cut my trousers shorter because they're too long.jepjep
eaitwōnmejEalikkar an pojakin jako bwe eaitwōnmej.He is ready to go as death broods over him.aitwōnmej
EajajeEajaje kōrein Awai.Hawaiian women have well developed calves.ajaj
 Eajaje ḷọk likin ānin jān ṃoktaThere are more hard rocks on the ocean side of the island than before.ajaj
EajāllikEajāllik an ennaan.His words have consequences.ajāllik
 Eajāllik ḷọk an ennaan jān ñaHer words carry more weight than mine.ajāllik
EajañeEajañe aelōñ in.The atoll has lots of habitats for birds and fish.ajañ
EajeededEajeeded naan eo eṃṃan ipeḷaakin laḷ in.The good news is spread far and wide around the world.ajeeded
EajeededḷọkEajeededḷọk kōjjeḷā kiiō ke ewōr retio ej jerbal.Announcements are more widespread now with the broadcast station functioning.ajeeded
EajejEajej in kabwebwe ḷọk an jerbal jān ḷeieṇHe cheats more in his dealings than that man.ajej in kabwebwe
EajejḷọkEajejḷọk Jọọn jān Pita.John is more generous than Peter.aje
eajejtataIjoke, eajejtata MedeHowever, Mary is the most generous.ajej
EajeḷḷāEajeḷḷā ḷọk āneo kōn ri-mej ṃōjin an eerbooj in Amedka boktañe.The corpses were scattered all over the place after the U.S. Air Force bombed it.ajeḷḷā
EajerrāEajerrā tata ilo jerbal.He's a loner the most in working.ajerre
EajerreEajerre ilo jerbal kōn an jeḷā jerbal.He works all by himself because he's an experienced worker.ajerre
EajerwawaEajerwawa ḷọk ṃwiin jān ṃweeṇ iṃōn.There is more draft in this house than in his house.ajerwawa
EajetEajet penkō ṇeThat vinegar has already become acid.ajet
EajeteEajete penkō ṇeThat vinegar is acidic.ajet
EajetḷọkEajetḷọk wūt e jān wūt ṇeThis flower is more sweet scented than that one.ajet
EajilowōdEajilowōd keIs is time to surround the fish with the coconut leaf scarer?ajilowōd
eajineañroAk Ijoon ekwe eajineañro tataMeanwhile Ijoon is the most chicken-hearted.ajineañro
 Ij ḷōmṇak Piiḷ eajineañro ḷọk jān Toṃaaj.I think Bill is more fearful than Thomas.ajineañro
EajjibanbanEajjibanban kōn pāāk in waini eo.He was weighted down with a sack of copra.ajjibanban
EajjibanbanḷọkEajjibanbanḷọk jān Jāāk.He's more burdened than Jack.ajjibanban
EajjiḷapḷapḷọkEajjiḷapḷapḷọk jān kwe.He's got a stronger body odor than you do.ajjiḷapḷap
EajjimakekeḷọkEajjimakekeḷọk jān kwe.She's lonelier than you are.ajjimakeke
EajjukubEajjukub an etetal.He walks with a limp.ajjukub
 Eajjukub kōn an kar iñrōk neen.He limps because he sprained his ankle.ajjukub
EajjukubkubEajjukubkub ñe ej etetal.He tends to limp every time he walks.ajjukub
EajjuriḷọkEajjuriḷọk Lọto jān Piepe.There are more huts on Lọto island than on Piepe island.ajjuur
EajjuuriEajjuuri meḷan āninMany huts are scattered around this island.ajjuur
EajliptaakḷọkEajliptaakḷọk iiōk in jān iiōk eo inne.This particular dish is of lower quality than yesterday's dish.ajliptaak
EajḷọkEajḷọk ak ejjeḷọk iien kōrọọltok.She regretted but it was too late to bring him back.ajḷọk
EajokḷāḷọkEajokḷāḷọk jabōn ānin tuiōñ.The mound of stones on the northern end of the island is bigger.ajokḷā
 Eajokḷāḷọk jān ṃoktaThe heaps of stones are more prominent than before.ajokḷā
EajorṃaanEajorṃaan ek eo koṇan.The fish he caught was huge.ajorṃaan
EajorṃaaneEajorṃaane unaak eo.The school of fish had exceptionally big fish in it.ajorṃaan
EajriEajri an kōnnaan.He speaks like a child.ajri
EajukubtataEajukubtata an etetal.He limps the most.ajjukub
EakāEakā aṃ etetal.You walk stiff-leggedly.akā
EakadikiEakadiki eoon kappein arin āneoNewly built canoes littered the lagoon beach of the island..akadik
EakajeEakaje ṃūtōn kōn an kar pād ilo aelōñin pālle kaṇ.He acts like a V.I.P. ever since he went to the U.S.akaje
EakajiniEakajini ṃaḷo ṇeThe whole lagoon is teeming with akajin fish.akajin
EakajiniḷokEakajiniḷok arin Piñlep jān arin Bōtto, ijoke eakajintata likin Mejatto.The lagoon side of Piñlep Island has more akajin fish than the lagoon side of Bōtto Island, however, most of the akajin fish can be found on the ocean side of Mejatto Island.akajin
eakajintataEakajiniḷok arin Piñlep jān arin Bōtto, ijoke eakajintata likin Mejatto.The lagoon side of Piñlep Island has more akajin fish than the lagoon side of Bōtto Island, however, most of the akajin fish can be found on the ocean side of Mejatto Island.akajin
EakāḷọkEakāḷọk peū jān neō.My arm is affected by palsy more than my leg.akā
eakeTa ṇe kwōj abṇōṇō eake?What are you complaining about?abṇōṇō
 Eake Pikaar ilo allōñ kein.The island of Bikar is teeming with frigate birds this time of the year.ak
 Erro kaalikkar ke erro jeḷā wōn eo ikar kōnono eake.They showed that they knew who I was talking about. P301alikkar
 Joñan eo ekar tōtor eake ebwe an ṃōkaj bwe eṃōrṃore tōrerein im jakurbaatat bōran wa eo.The engine was making us go so fast that there were bubbles coming up along the side of the boat and mist splashing up in front. P493ar
 Ta eṇ ej dekōṃkōṃ eake?What's he so noisy about?dekōṃkōṃ
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eakeakeEḷap an eakeake āneṇThat islet has lots of ghosts.eakeak
EakekeEakeke lọjiō kōn an ḷap kar ṃōñāI have an uncomfortable feeling in my stomach from overeating.akeke
EakeọinEakeọin bōb tok.The time for harvesting the first pandanus fruits is drawing near.akeọ
EakeọḷọkEakeọḷọk tōre in jān eo ḷọkThe harvest this time is better than the previous.akeọ
eakiIroñ naan kein an Jema im Kapen eo im kar kōlmānḷọkjeṇ eaki.I heard what Father and the Captain were saying and I thought about it. P874kōḷmānḷọkjeṇ
 Ikar bōk rualiktōk pakijin petkōj jāne im rọọl lōñ ḷọk eaki.I got eight packets of biscuits from the tin and took them up. P962pakij
 Emarok jilōñlōñ im eḷak errobōlbōl dedojat i buḷōn lọjet, iwātin kar abwinmake eaki.It was pitch-black and as the plankton glowed deep down in the sea, I was almost afraid there might be ghosts around. P568rorobōlbōl
EākilkilEākilkil likūṃThe skin on your back is peeling.ākilkil
EakḷañḷọkEakḷañḷọk likao in aelōñin.The young men of this atoll are more preemptive.akḷañ
eakḷeEḷap eakḷe eṇ ilikin aneeṇ.The pile of stones at the ocean side of that islet is big.eakḷe
 Eṃōj an ṇo tọọre eakḷe ilik; kwōn ejouji dekā kaṇe ippān doon.The waves have washed over the stone barrier on the ocean side; please stack the stones together again.eakḷe
eaklepeJab eaklepe bao eṇ bwe ennejnej.Don't rob the hen of her eggs so she can have chicks.eaklep
eaklepiAolep iien kwōj eaklepi lolo kaṇe im ṃool ke kwe kwōj juon ri-eaklep.You always rob the hens of their eggs and it's true that you are an egg robber.eaklep
EakōreEakōre likin āninThere are lots of mullet on the ocean side of this island.akōr
EakōreḷọkEakōreḷọk lik kar inne jān rainiin.There were more mullet on the oceanside yesterday than today.akōr
eakpelKoṃwin eakpel jān wa ṇe bwe edouj.Throw out something because your boat is shipping water.eakpel
eakpeleKoṃwin eakpele wa ṇe bwe eobrak.Get something off the ship because it's too crowded.eakpel
eaktoEṃōj jej eakto wōt ke?” Jema ekajjitōk im kajjioñ bōbrae aerro wōnṃaan ḷọk wōt im aoḷ.Are we done unloading?” Father interjected in an attempt to stop the two of them from arguing. P703aoḷ
 Wa in ṃōṃkaj kar boojin eakto ektak jeḷaan tiṃa ko waan Navy eo an America.Before, this boat was a cargo ship, belonging to the American Navy sailors. P3booj
 Raar eakto kobban wa.They unloaded the ship.eakto
 Jibuunin eakto.Serving spoon.eakto
 Aolep jibboñ im jota, ej iien eakto jekaro im kōkkāāl jeib.Every morning and evening the jekaro should be unloaded and the bottle renewed. S19eakto
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eaktuweRaar eaktuwe rikadek eo jān baḷuun eo.They got the drunkard off of the planeeaktuwe
eakweḷapJekdọọn ak Likiep ṇe i ṃaan,” Kapen eo eakweḷap im ālijinmenNever mind, Likiep is straight ahead,” the Captain insisted over and over again. P927ālijinmen
 Jeban ellolo kain ṇe i ṃaan,” Kapen eo eakweḷap im ālijinmenWe won’t see those kinds of things up ahead,” he continued to insist. P928ālijinmen
 Eaab, eñeo,” Kapen eo eakweḷap.No, this is what’s going on,” the Captain insisted. P93eñeo
 Likiejān ān eo in, innem jeaikuj kōjaaḷ wa in im kabbwe,” eakweḷap wōtWe are at the windward side of the island, so we need to turn the boat and tack leeward,” the Captain still insisted. P904likiej
EakweḷapḷọkEakweḷapḷọk jān kuuj.He's more persistent than a cat.akweḷap
eaḷṂoktata, ālkin aer raankeik waini eṇ im bōk eaḷ eṇ jāne, rej kōjeeke im ej erom pinniep.First of all, after they have grated the copra and taken the coconut milk from it, they heat it under the sun and it becomes coconut oil. S18eaḷ
 Kein karuo wāween, rej kōmatte ālkin aer bōk eaḷ in waini eṇ.The second way, they cook it after they have taken the coconut milk. S18kōmat
eaḷakiiaAmāne ke ej ja wōr bwe eaḷakiia.Enjoy it while it lasts because it's hard to get.aḷakiia
 Jab kọkkure bwe eaḷakiia men rot ṇeDon't waste it because it's hard to come by.aḷakiia
 Juon ṃōñā eo eaḷakiia.A type of food that's not easy to find.aḷakiia
EaḷakiiaḷọkEaḷakiiaḷọk jān ṃoktaIt's harder to find.aḷakiia
EaḷakiiatataEaḷakiiatata.It's the scarcest of all.aḷakiia
EaḷakiieEaḷakiie ke ek mouj ilikin āninIs the white parrotfish plentiful on the ocean side of the island?aḷakiie
 Jab inepata bwe eaḷakiie.Don't worry because I can easily get it for you.aḷakiie
 Wōn ej ba eaḷakiie dānnin idaak?Who said it was easy to find drinking water?aḷakiie
EaḷaḷeEaḷaḷe meḷan ānin jān kōto ḷapḷap eo.There's timber strewn all over the island as a result of the big storm.aḷaḷ
EaḷapEaḷap pataHe's physically old but mentally immature.aḷap
EaḷapḷọkEaḷapḷọk im mejkaiie.He's a dirty old man.aḷapḷọk
 Eaḷapḷọk im mejkaiie.He's a dirty old man.mejkaiie
EalbokeEalboke raan wōjke eo.The tree sported lots of buds.albok
EalebabuḷọkEalebabuḷọk jān kwe.He tends to lie down more than you.alebabu
EalenlenEalenlen iṃōn jikin kwelọk in.This city has rows and rows of houses.alen
EalijerḷokEalijerḷok an rūttariṇae ro etal ilowaan iiaḷ eo ḷọkThe soldiers walked proudly down the road.alijerḷọk
ealijerḷọkAlikkar ke etōprak jerbal eo an bwe etke ealijerḷọk.He must have landed the job since he's walking with a happy gait.alijerḷọk
ealikkarAdedin Pikaar bwe ealikkar.It's obviously a giant clam shell from Pikar Atoll.aded
 Jān wōt dettan aded kaṇe kar adedin, ealikkar bwe ekar juon kapoor eo ekilep.It obviously was a huge giant clam, judging from its shell.aded
 Aejemjemier ealikkar ilo naan ko aer.Their persuasiveness was evident in their choice of words.aejemjem
 Ealikkar aerjeel niknik.It's obvious that the three of them are industrious.aerjeel
 Eḷak baj tōbwe tok ek eo, ealikkar an Bojin eo aewanlik.As he pulled in the fish, it was obvious that the Boatswain was an expert fisherman. P1309aewanlik
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EaḷjerEaḷjer kōn an inepata.His worries have caused him ulcers.aḷjer
ealjetEj mejān det bwe ealjet.He wears dark glasses because he's cross-eyed.aljet
EalkōkEalkōk akkiin peiū.My fingernail got bent back.ālkōk
ealloIj jab kannooj meḷeḷe an kōnnaan bwe eallo.I can't quite understand what he says because he stammers.allo
 Joñan an wiwijet eallo an kōnnaan.He was so agitated he was tongue-tied.allo
eallōkeRūkkōpāl eo eallōke lio im wūdeakeak.The sorcerer invoked a spirit over her and she became insane.allōk
EalloḷọkEalloḷọk Ioje jān Rubōn.Ioje stammers more than Rubon.allo
eallukeRi-nana eo ej ja ettōrḷọk wōt ioon ọọj eo ak kaubowe eo ealluke.The bad guy was running by on the horse when the good guy lassoed him.alluke
EaḷṃarEar waduuktok jiip eo waan Eaḷṃar.He got Halmar to lend us his jeep.wadu
EaḷokEaḷok im jorrāān.He broke the treatment taboos and ended up worse than before.aḷok
eālokjakJoñan an kadek eḷak tan jutak eālokjak neenHe was so drunk when he tried to stand his legs buckled.ālokjak
 Eālokjak neōI turned my ankle.ālokjak
 Eālokjak jaki eo.The mat is crimped.ālokjak
EaḷōṃṇakeḷọkEaḷōṃṇakeḷọk kilaaj ruuṃ eṇ an jān kilaaj ruuṃ ṇe aṃ.Her classroom is better equipped with calendars than your classroom is.aḷōṃṇak
ealoworeEṃṃan bwe ealowore lik ṇeIt's good because the ocean side is teeming with parrotfish.alwor
EāmEām wa eo.The canoe is tipping.ām
EaṃaṃEaṃaṃ pakoSomething's attracting the sharks.aṃaṃ
EaṃaṃḷọkEaṃaṃḷọk oṃ jān ek.Hermit crab attracts fish more than fish meat.aṃaṃ
EamejḷọkEamejḷọk kein jān ko inne.These breadfruit are less well-cooked than the ones yesterday.amej
EāmjeEāmje bato e.This bottle is empty.āmje
eamḷapAḷap eṇ eamḷap.That old man has lots of land.amḷap
 Eamḷap kōnke ej ṃaan bwij.He's got lots of land because he's the head of his lineage.amḷap
 Eamḷap kōnke ej ṃaan bwij.He's got lots of land because he's the head of his lineage.kōnke
EamṇakEamṇak kōn an kar peran jiṃṃaan ilo pata.He has a lot of land as a result of his grandfather's bravery in battles.amṇak
EaṃōṇEkkabūrōrō Eaṃōṇ.Herman is always wide-eyed.kabūrōrō
eañKwaeṃṃōḷoḷo ḷọk ṇa ijin jān ñe kwōnaaj etal eañ ṃweeṇYou're cooler here than if you went into the house.aeṃōḷoḷo
 Kwōj aike ḷọk eañ eaWhere are you towing it to?aik
 Ejauwi aikūtōkōdin ratak eañ.Aikūtōkōd fish from the nothern islands are not delicious.aikūtōkōd
 Alkarkar ke ijuun eañ erabōlḷọk"It's quite clear that the north star shines brightly" —words from a popular contemporary song.alkarkar
 Ikar arruñijñij wōt im ij jañin lukkuun meḷeḷe ewi eañ im rak.I was still sleepy and didn’t know right from left. P585aruñijñij
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eañdenKe ekar baj jọej, kōmmān jino eñjake ammān eañden.By afternoon, we the four of us started feeling hungry. P882eañden
 Eḷap eañden.I am really hungryeañden
EanieneEaniene iiōk ṇeThat recipe uses lots of onions.anien
EanieneḷọkEanieneḷọk iiōk in.This recipe has lots more onions.anien
EañijwiwiEañijwiwi tokThe wind is coming in gusts.añijwiwi
EanilenEanilen kinej e peiū.This cut on my hand is infected.anilen
 Kwōnaaj pādjake peiṃ ḷọk em eanilen.You'll keep putting off getting your hand fixed until it gets infected.pād
EañinEañin MājroNorth of Majuro.eañ
eañiniEtke koṃwij jab eañini bwe en kōkaatak (ekkaatak) lipaantoWhy won't you take him along so he may learn to fish by the lipaanto method?lipaanto
eañiñinKe ij roñ ainikien ṃōṃōjānjānḷọk (eṃṃōjānjānḷọk), iba wōt kwōj eañiñinWhen I heard footsteps I thought you were calling my name.ṃōṃōjānjān
eañinlurEpaak tok wōt rak ke eñin eañinlur.Summer is very near as we can tell from the breeze.añinlur
eanittaKwōn jab kadkadajaj bwe eanitta.Don't try him because he's a voodoo expert.kadkadajaj
eañjarjarIj kajineete eok ke eañjarjar an lōḷḷap eṇ kōnnaan.I'm warning you beforehand that she is an old lady with a sharp tongue.añjarjar
EañjerakeEañjerake ṃwiinThis house is exposed to the wind.añjerak
EanjinjinEanjinjin lōḷḷap eṇ.The old woman is always casting spells.anjin
eanjọḶōttekōḷkōḷ eo nejin eanjọ ilo uñtaak.His heavyweight son won the wrestling contest. ḷōttekōḷkōḷ
eanniabeabKwōn jab kukure (ikkure) ippān ḷeeṇ bwe eanniabeab.Don't play with him because he's unstable.anniabeab
eañōmKōto in ej ukoktak ikōtaan eañōm rakThe wind keeps alternating between north and south.ukoktak
eanōr(e)Bọọḷ eo eanōr(e) pijja eo.The ball grazed the pitcher.anōr
eañrōkElōñ kwoṇan eañrōk.He caught lots of eañrōkeañrōk
EañtakEañtak in Ṃajōḷ eḷap ṃōrāThe northern side of the Marshalls is dry.eañtak
 Tiṃa eo epād eañtak in ṂajōḷThe ship is in the northern side of the Marshall Islands.eañtak
eañwōdEiiaḷap kiiō im jenaaj ilān eañwōd.It's spring low tide now and we should go fishing.iaḷap
 Ḷeo eṇ ej eañwōd ioon baal.The man is fishing on the reef edge.ioo-
eaṇwōdḶeo eṇ ej jejeikik (ejjeikik) ñan an ilān eaṇwōd.The man is busily moving around in preparation for his fishing trip.jeik
eaoJoñan an jejetōbtōb (ejjetōbtōb), eao.He is so spiritual, he has a halo on his head.ao
eaolōkeKōjparok aṃ tutu iaar bwe eaolōke kiiōBeware of the Portuguese man-o’-war in the lagoon because there are plenty of them at this time.bwe
eaorōkJerbalin ruk-buōd eaorōk ñan juon kumi in tariṇae im ewōr jet ro ej aer jerbal loloodjake bwe en tōprak.The job of ensuring the uninterrupted flow of ammunition for the troops in battle is essential and the responsibility of assigned personnel to make sure it's done.ruk-bo
EapañEapañ kōn ajri eo nājin.His child is getting in his way.apañ
eapdikEḷak baj to laḷ ḷọk Jema eapdik men ko ippa.After he jumped down, Father took some of the stuff from me. P137apdik
EapdikḷọkEapdikḷọk jidik menọknọk ko.The junk is getting cleaned up bit by bit.apdik
 Eapdikḷọk kōto in im wōt kein ak ej jañin lukkuun ṃōṃan ñan lewūjḷā,” Kapen eo ej kab bar oḷañi ke ej jiljino awa jọteen eo.The wind and rain have died down but not enough to put up the sail,” the Captain uttered at about 6 o’clock in the evening. P788waḷañi
EaploloEaplolo an jipij.The speech he made was slurred from beginning to end.aplo
 Eaplolo jipij eo an.The speech he composed was such that it was slurred no matter who read it.aplo
earEerbooj ear abbaiki pedpedin ĀnewātakThe air force was dynamiting the Eniwetak reef.abba
 Eñeo ear abṇōṇōwaj ijeṇeṇe waj.I saw him upset and going in that direction.abṇōṇō
 Ear abwin bōk men eo kijen.He refused to take his food.abwin bōk
 Ear abwin bōk ṃōñāHe rejected food.abwin bōk
 Eñeo ear abwinmakewaj ijeṇe waj.Afraid of ghosts as he was, I saw him going in your directionabwinmake
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EarmijeEarmije āninThis island has lots of people. or This island is inhabited.armej
EarōkEarōk menọknọk ḷeeṇHe is a pack rat -- saves any old thing -- even trash.arōk menọknọk
EasterJabōt in Easter.Easter Sunday.Jabōt
eatartarWa eo eṇ eatartar ṃaan wab.The ship is tied up at the end of the pier.atartar
 Nejū e, ñe ej eṃṃan wōt jabdewōt i jeṇe, ekwe wanlọñ tak ḷọk bwe wa eo e ejako eatartar ippād,” Jema ekkūr tok.Son, come up if everything is okay down there, because the boat is about to come alongside us now,” Father said. P1144ippa-
EātbweEātbwe mejānHe's got a sty on his eye.ātbwe
eateWa ṇe ḷe eate.The boat cuts through the water beautifully.at
EatoEato wōn eo em lik.The turtle crawled ashore and laid eggs.lik
eaūJuon eṇ ri-nañinmej eaū.A sick person is dying there.
EaujepaḷEaujepaḷ wōt eṇ ḷaddikWhat a gangling boy he is.aujepaḷ
EaunwōḷāikiEaunwōḷāiki etōñaakin ṃweo iṃōn irooj eo ṃokta jān an taibuun.The porch of the chief's house was reinforced before the typhoon.añinwoḷā
EaunwōḷāḷāEaunwōḷāḷā arin ān eṇ.There food scattered on the beach of that island.aunwōḷā
eawaKọruji bwe eawa.Wake him up because it's time to go.ruj
 Kwōn tutu in kwōlej bwe eawa.Just rinse yourself off because it's time (to go).tutu in kwōlej
eawaūkIj etal kiiō bwe eawaūkI'm going now because I'm late.awa
ebKwōn jabōb (jab eb) iṃōkDon't do that because I'm beat.bwe
 Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej eb.The men are at the dance place, they are dancing.eb
 Rej al im eb ñan eok im kwōj aikuj in jutak in jipiij im kaṃṃoolol er.They sing and dance for you, and you are expected to stand up and say a few words, and thank them. S4eb
 Kwōn kainini ledik ṇe bwe en maroñ etal in eb ippān ledik raṇ ṃōttanDress that girl up with a grass skirt so she can join the other girls in the dance.inin
 Ejakōl aṃ eb.You dance awkwardly.jakōl
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ebaIoḷe ilju kōjjel Bojin kanne wa in kōn jọkpej ko adjel,” Kapen eo eba.Alright, tomorrow together with the Boatswain we will fill this boat with our scrap,” the Captain said.ad
 Āinwōt eṃṃan ainikien injin ṇe aṃ,” armej eo eba.The engine sounds good,” the person said. P449ainikie-
 Ekwe ij ja ajādik tok ṃōk ñan wa eṇ im eọroñ ennaan,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.Ok, for now I’m going to wander over to that boat and find out what’s going on,” the old man said. P133ajādik
 Aḷe, iọkwe,” Bojin eo eba.Well, man, my sympathies,” the Boatswain said. P1074aḷe
 Ej rọọl tok wōt ak ijiroñ ḷọk bwe jen baj lale ta eo eba annen jab in,” eba.Once he's back, I’ll tell him and we’ll see what he has to say about it this time around,” he replied. P414annen
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EbaaṃleEbaaṃle ḷadik eo nejin.His son has a family of his own.baaṃle
ebaatatAlikkar ke eor bwe ebaatat,” Jema eba.I know there are because I can see smoke,” Father said. P1243baatat
Ebab-laḷinEbab-laḷin kōn an kōkajoorḷọk.He's aroused by his words of encouragementbab-laḷin
EbabuEbabu ajiri eo kadede ioon jaki eo.The child has already lain down on the mat.babu
EbaijinEbaijin kōn an kar pād Ronglap.He is contaminated by the poison from the bomb as he was in Ronglap.baijin
ebaitiḶeo ebaiti bọọtin lio ippān.The man punched his wife in the nosebait
ebajĀinwōt meto jab in ebaj aeto,” Jema ekar ba ejja ilo minit eo wōt ekar waḷọk men in.This part of the ocean feels a bit spooky,” Father said at the same time the incident occurred. P1036aeto
 Einwōt ebaj akwōlā ḷọk jān ṃoktaIt seems the akwōlā fish are more teeming than previously.akwōlā
 Utaṃwe in ebaj jelōt aolepāmmān wōt jidik.This terrible situation really could have made us all all four of us go crazy. P1023aolep
 Ejab etto jān iien eo ak ebaj waḷọk tok Jema.Not long after, Father showed up. P324baj
 Ebaj lewoj wōt jidik aṃ ṃaniHe almost gave you money.baj
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ebajeLali piik ko jen aer ebaje nebjān mweeṇ.Stop the pigs from messing up the area outside the house.ebaje
 Bōlen rej lale epidodo ke bwe ren kab naaj kar ebaje.Maybe they wanted to see if it was soft enough so they could tear it apart. P1002ebeb
 Bao eṇ ej ebaje ḷā kaṇ.That chicken is scattering that gravel.ebeb
EbajeetEbajeet ke kwojab kelọk ilo baḷuun eo?Why didn't you go on the plane?ebajeet
EbajetEbajet ke eppoñ ainikieṃ?What is the matter that your voice is so hoarse?pepoñ
ebajjeetEkwā ebajjeet.Now that's more like it.ebajjeet
 Ebajjeet ke kwokatak.That's more like the way to study (you weren't really studying before).ebajjeet
 Ebajjeet ke kwaar etal im eọñwōd.It was more like it when you went out fishing.ebajjeet
 Ekwe ebajjeet ke ejijjet ḷọk jidik,” Jema eba.Now that seems to be more like it,” Father said. P546jejjet
EbakkitoEbakkito jet ajri in ṂajeḷSome Marshallese children have yaws.bakkito
EbanEban peljo kaabjājeū.My method of tucking things under the arm is obvious.abjāje
 Eban jab jeraaṃṃan ad eọñōd ilo aejekin ibwijtok.We're bound to be lucky when we fish with a surrounding net on a dark night with the tide coming in.aejek
 Eban jab wōr ri-aepādpād.There'll always be procrastinators.aepedped
 Aililōkin ḷaro eban peljoThe association of the broken-hearted is easy to detect.aililōk
 Eban jab ajejin Jowa bwe jowi eo an eṇ.He's bound to be a reclaimer of gifts as a member of the Jowa clan.ajejin Jowa
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ebanbanKōrā ebanban jān ṃōṃaaṇ (eṃṃaaṇ).Women are weaker than men.banban
EbanbanḷọkEbanbanḷọk jān ṃoktaHe's getting weaker than before.banban
EbaneEbane jerbal eṇ.He cannot do the job.ban
ebarKwōjeḷā ke ewōr ḷaddik ijōkaṇe bwe ebar jino abbōjeje.You'll know there are boys around because she starts flirting.abje
 Jerbal eo aṃ ri-aṃa; ebar ejjeḷọk men eṇ kwōn kōṃṃane.Your job is to be hammerer; you shouldn't do anything else.aṃa
 Ebar ejjeḷọk men eṇ Kapen eo eba ke ej roñ ijin jān ḷōḷḷap eo.The Captain didn’t hear anything else from the old man. P67ba
 Jema ebar lale jidik innem etal.Father looked over at him for a bit and then headed up. P1069bar
 Ebar aebōj jimeeṇ eo.The cistern is empty.bar
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ebarāinwōtEjino aemedḷọk ak ebarāinwōt wōr ṃōttan kain ṇe aproro.The coolness of the evening was upon us as was our dilemma. P1022apaproro
 Ebarāinwōt kōṇaan itok ijellọkun an kōṇaan ṃōñāBesides wanting to eat, he also wants to come.barāinwōt
 Baaṃle eo an ebarāinwōt pād i Likiep im juon eo nejin ḷaddik ej kab ḷotakHis family also was on Likiep, and his son had just been born. P42kab
 Ebarāinwōt tipen kōiie i loṃaḷo meñe ej jañin kar tar meto kaṇ rōḷḷap.It seemed seaworthy in the lagoon, but it had not yet traveled on the high sea. P15meñe
 Ebarāinwōt tipen kōiie i loṃaḷo meñe ej jañin kar tar meto kaṇ rōḷḷap.It seemed seaworthy in the lagoon, but it had not yet traveled on the high sea. P15kōiie
EbarōkeEbarōke jān rijorrāān ro.He shielded her from the hoodlums.barōk
EbatEbat tipñōl eo waan Toni.Tony's sailing canoe is slow.bat
 Ebat ḷọk Jọọn jān ṃoktaJohn is slower than before.bat
EbataEbata.He's become a priest.bata
EbatbatEbatbat wōn eṇ.The turtle is going to lay eggs.batbat
EbateEbate āniinThis islet has lots of mounds.bat
EbatinEbatin ke jōōt ṇe aṃ.Did you button your shirt?batin
EbaūjōEbaūjō wōt ṇe kōrā.I've never seen a woman who is always laughing like her.baūjō
ebbāḶōṃaro rej bōbwā (ebbā).The men are tending the traps.bōbwā
EbbaakakEbbaakak ṃaḷwan aelōñ in.There are lots of frigates in the lagoon of this atoll.baak
ebbaakkitotoEḷap wōt an ebbaakkitoto ri-āninThe people on this island are always stricken with yaws.bakkito
EbbaankekeekEbbaankekeek nuknuk ṇe aṃ.There are pieces of pancake on your clothes.baankeek
ebbaantunuunEḷap an bōbaantuunun (ebbaantunuun) aelōñ in.There are lots of pontoons on this atoll.baantuun
ebbaarEnjeḷ in bōbaar (ebbaar).Guardian angel.baar
 Inej eo an Amedka ear bōbaar (ebbaar) waThe American fleet set up a blockade.bōbaar
 Ebbaar kadedeIt has already been guarded.bōbaar
ebbabubuEḷap aṃ bōbabubu (ebbabubu).You're always lying down.babu
EbbadedeEbbadede kiliṃ kōn aṃ kōjeje.Your skin is rough because you got sunburned.bōbadede
EbbadetdetEbbadetdet iaarThere are lots of badet on the lagoon side.badet
EbbaibibEbbaibib lowaan ṃwiinThere are lots of pipes inside the house.baib
EbbaibōḷbōḷEbbaibōḷbōḷ an kōnnaan.He's always quoting scripture.Baibōḷ
EbbaididEbbaidid lowaan ṃwiinThe smell of smoke was all over the room.baid
 Emake bōbaidid (ebbaidid) ḷōṇeThat guy is a chain smoker.baid
ebbaidiidBwiin bōbaidiid (ebbaidiid).Smell of smoke all over the place.bōbaidid
EbbaidikdikEbbaidikdik tọrerein iaḷ eṇ.There are lots of baidik by the road.baidik
ebbaikilaajḶeo ebbaikilaaj eṇThat man always uses binoculars.baiklaaj
ebbajbajEḷap aṃ bōbajbaj (ebbajbaj).You ride the bus frequently.baj
ebbajinjeaeaEnañin ḷap aṃ bōbajinjeaea (ebbajinjeaea)?Why do you ride so much as a passenger?bajinjea
EbbakkekeEbbakkeke armej in aelōñ eṇ.The people from that always having yaws.bakke
EbbakukkukEbbakukkuk nejin jar eṇ.The childen of that couple are always well built.bakūk
EbbaleleEbbalele lik rainin.There are lots of flounder on the ocean side today.bale
 Ebbalele ḷọk rainin jān inne.There are more flounder today than yesterday.bale
 Ebbalele tata likin Aur.Aur has most flounder on the ocean sidebale
ebballeleEtal eo an ñan aelōñ kaṇ ekipele bwe en bōballele (ebballele).His trip to other countries gave him an intense desire for possessions.balle
EbbaḷokḷokEbbaḷokḷok tata raan tebōḷ eṇ an John.John's table is the most bulgy.baḷok
 Ebbaḷokḷok eoon tebōḷ eṇ.The top of that table is bulgy.baḷok
ebbaluluḶeo ebbalulu eṇHe's always rebuffed.balu
ebbaḷuununEḷap an bōbaḷuunun (ebbaḷuunun) raininThere are lots of airplanes coming in today.baḷuun
EbbanbanEbbanban kiiō bwe erūtto.He's old and getting weak.ban
 Eṃōj ṇe aṃ bōbanban (ebbanban)?Why don't you stop being so envious of everybody?ban
EbbanbanḷọkEbbanbanḷọk jān ṃoktaHe's getting weaker.ban
EbbaooEbbaoo āniinThere are lots of chickens/birds on this island.bao
EbbarōkEbbarōk jān ri-jorrāān ro.He was protected from the hoodlums.baar
ebbaruruEḷap an bōbaruru (ebbaruru) āniinThere are lots of crabs on this islandbaru
EbbateteEbbatete nuknuk ṇe aṃ.There is lots of putty all over your clothesbate
ebbatintinEḷap an ebbatintin jōōt ṇe aṃ.There are too many buttons on your shirt.batin
EbbatotoEbbatoto turun ṃwiinThis house has a lot of bottles around it.bato
ebbaturturEḷap an ebbaturtur.She always craves fish.batur
EbbaūjōjōEbbaūjōjō wōt ṇe eṃṃaan.That man is always laughing.baūjō
ebbeerKwōn mijmijelaḷ wōt im jab bōbweer (ebbeer).Keep persevering and don't lose hope.mijmijelaḷ
ebbiōbEḷap an ebbiōb rikilbōtKiribatese dance a lot.eb
EbboboEbbobo nejin kōrā eṇ.That lady always has twins.bo
ebbōjKwōn ṃōk aiji bōra bwe en jab bōbōj (ebbōj).Would you press some ice cubes to my head to prevent swelling?aij
 Ijakile kōn an bōbōj (ebbōj).He was so thin I didn't recognize him.bōbōj
 Kwōn ṃōk aiji bōra bwe en jab ebbōj.Would you please press some ice cubes to my head so that it doesn’t swell.bwe
EbbōjbōjEbbōjbōj peiūMy arm is swollen in many places.bōbōj
ebbōkKwaar bōbōk (ebbōk) ia aṃ pinjeḷ?Where did get your pencil?bōbōk
 Kōrā eṇ ej make wōt bōbōk (ebbōk) iaan kōrin āninThat woman is the nosiest on this island.bōbōk
 Jab ba ñane bwe ebbōk.Don't tell him cause he is a blabber-mouth.bōbōk
 Kwōn jab kāiete aṃ bōbōk (ebbōk).Don't take so few.iiet
 Jabdetakwōt an bōbōk (ebbōk).He takes on a wife at random.jabdetakwōt
ebbọkTa eṇ ej bōbọk (ebbọk) tok ioon wa eṇ?What's that we see piled up on that ship?bōbọk
ebbōkakEj wōtlok wōt jān lọñiū ak ebbōkak ippān Kapen eo i lowa.The words had just come out of my mouth but they carried down to the Captain inside. P63lọñi
 Ebbōkak baḷuun eo im kelọk.The plane lifted up and flew away.bōbōkak
 Jet ko ke raan,” ebbōkak ippān Bojin eo.Must have been several days,” chimed in the Boatswain. P1228bōbōkak
ebbokbokAinikien ta in ej bōbokbok (ebbokbok)?What is the sound that keeps booming there?bokkoḷọk
EbbōkekeEbbōkeke aḷaḷ ṇeThat piece of wood is full of knots.bōke
ebbōkḷọkKwōn ebbōkḷọk an pinjeḷ.Take some pencils for her.bōbōk
ebbōktokEwōr piik im bao, ak men kein ebbōktok in ri-pālle im ejjab men in mour in ṂajeḷThere are pigs and chickens, but these have been imported by Westerners and aren’t original Marshallese animals. S23bōbōk
 Raar ebbōktok bu im ṃaanpāik (ṇaṃaanpāān) kumi eo.They brought guns and armed the group.ṃaanpā
ebbōlKwōn ḷōḷō albok bwe ren ḷak bōbōl (ebbōl) ekoṇ mejān ut ṇe utūṃ.Make a garland with buds so when they bloom they'll fit closer together.albok
 Ebbōl ut eṇ.That flower is opening.bōbōl
 Ekanooj aiboojoj bōbōl (ebbōl) in ut eṇ.The blossoms of that bush are really beautiful.bōbōl
ebbōḷọkKwōn bōbōḷọk (ebbōḷọk) ñan likin ānuweoYou should go fishing using the bōbō (ebbō) method toward the ocean side of that island.bōbō
EbbōlōklōkEbbōlōklōk iuṃwin eṇ.There are lots of leaves under that breadfruit tree.bōlōk
ebboṇboṇBaib eo ebboṇboṇ ṇeThat pipe is always clogged.boṇ
ebbọṇejṇejElukkuun ḷap ebbọṇejṇej.I'm itchy.bōbṇōjṇōj
ebboṇōjṇōjḶeo ebboṇōjṇōj en,That man is always getting bonuses.boṇōj
ebboojojeEḷap an ebboojoje iaar rainin.There are lots of boats at the beach today.booj
ebboolKōttar an bōbool (ebbool) em kōtḷọke.Wait till it expands then let it go.bōbool
EbboololEbboolol pein ālikin aer lōke.His arm was swollen all over after he got stung.bōbool
EbbōōlōlEbbōōlōl an etetal.She wiggles when she walks.bōbōōlōl
ebboororIbwilōñ an bōbooror (ebbooror) pijja eo.I'm surprised at how often the pitcher threw wildly.boor
ebbōroroEḷap bōbōroro (ebbōroro) in etal in tariṇae.I am very indecisive about going to war.bōbōroro
EbboububEbboubub āniinLots of dragon flies on this island.boub
 Ebboubub ḷọk āniin jān āneeṇThis island has more dragon flies than that island.boub
EbbouraañañEbbouraañañ ar in āninThese waters are infested with stingrays.boraañ
EbbujekjekEbbujekjek lieṇShe always wears her hair in a knot.bujek
ebbūkḷọkIj tōpar ḷọk wōt ijo ak ebbūkḷọk injin eo an wa eo im jọ.I had just gotten there when the boat engine popped and started. P315būkkūḷọk
ebbūḷuḷuEj kōṇak juon nuknuk ebbūḷuḷu mejānShe's wearing a bluish dress.būḷu
EbbuñbuñEbbuñbuñ ḷeeṇHe's always falling down.buñ
ebbuñliklikWa eo ebbuñliklik eṇThat ship makes a lot of voyages.buñlik
EbbuñlọklọkEbbuñlọklọk ajri eṇ.That child always falls down.buñlọk
EbbuñṇoṇoEbbuñṇoṇo likin āninThe surf is always high on the ocean side of this islet.buñṇo
EbbūraEbbūra ḷọk ānbwinnūṃ jān ṃoktaYour body is more swollen than before.būbūra
EbbūramejmejEbbūramejmej piik in.The pork tastes raw.būbūramejmej
EbbūraraEbbūrara aolepān ānbwinnūṃYou've swollen all over your body.būbūra
EbbūrarrarEbbūrarrar ḷam jako ijeṇe.That area there by you is all smeary.būrar
EbbūrawūnwūnEbbūrawūnwūn mejān nuknuk eo ej kōṇake.The clothes he wears have brownish colors.būrawūn
EbbūreekekEbbūreekek an kijak eṇ kattōr.He's always braking when he drives.būreek
 Ebbūreekek ḷeeṇHe's always in jail.būreek
EbbūroṃōjṃōjEbbūroṃōjṃōj ḷeeṇHe has a tendency toward melancholy.būroṃōj
ebbūrookokḶeo ebbūrookok eṇThat man is always out of money.bajet
ebbūrọrọLale ebbūrọrọ piik ṇeBe careful that pork doesn’t get a tainted flavor.būbrọrọ
EbbūtbūtEbbūtbūt dān eo.The water is spraying.būbūtbūt
EbbūttitiEbbūttiti ḷeeṇHe has warts all over him.būtti
EbbuwakwakEbbuwakwak neen ḷadik eṇ.The boy has birthmarks all over his leg.buwak
ebbweerTa ṇe kwōj bōbweer (ebbweer) kakeWhat makes you get discouraged so easily?bōbweer
 Kwōn jab bōbweer (ebbweer) ṃōkajDon't give up too soon.bōbweer
 Ta eo enāj kapioin eppāneneik kōj bwe jen jab ebbweer?What is going to give us the dry land chill so we don't get discouraged?eppānene
ebbwerJab ebbwer.Don't give up.jab
ebbwetokKwōn jab bōbwetok (ebbwetok) ṃōkaj bwe wūnin an ban tōprak ṇeDon't give up so fast or you won't get it done.bōbwetok
EbbwidejdejEbbwidejdej ḷeeṇHe's real estate minded.bwidej
EbbwijinjinEbbwijinjin kilin kuuj in ioon toḷ.Leopards are spotted.būbjinjin
EbbwilwōdwōdEbbwilwōdwōd tok kōn an pāāt.The smell of reef is all over the place because it's low tide.būbwilwōdwōd
ebbwiroroLale ebbwiroro nuknuk ṇe aṃ.Be careful you don't get preserved breadfruit on your clothes.bwiro
 Ebbwiroro nuknuk e .My clothes smell of preserved breadfruit. My clothes have scraps of preserved breadfruit on them.bwiro
ebebEḷap ebeb kōn piọ.I'm so chilly I'm shivering.ebeb
ebebajEṃōj an baru ko ebebaj ijoThe bulldozers have dug things up there and made the land uneven.ebeb
EbeyeEḷap an idepdep iṃōn jokwe ko ilo Ebeye.The living quarters on Ebeye are too crowded.idepdep
ebinEḷap kōṃajoñjoñ ilo ebin ettoThere is a lot of back and forth hopping in ancient dances.kōṃajoñjoñ
ebjakeEṃōj ebjake ijoThe place was completely dug up.ebjak
ebjakḷọkBoktañ eo eaar ebjakḷọk ñan lik.The bomb burst and dug things up toward the ocean side.ebjak
eboboLio ebobo raijShe is making rice into balls.bobo
ebōdEbaj to ak ijeḷā ke ebōd ḷōmṇak eo bwe Jema ediwōj tok im ḷak baj lo an āindeeo eba, Eiiaḷañe.”It had been a while, but I knew my thinking was wrong because when Father came out to where I was and saw the same thing, he said, The moon is coming up.” P222diwōj
 Kōn an jeḷā kabuñpet emaroñ pād ilowaan juon wa im jeḷā ke ebōd kooj eo an.Because he possesses the intuition and knowledge of Marshallese navigation, he can sense that a boat is off its course even while he's inside the boat.kabuñpet
ebōjṂōkaj im kalbwini bwe ebōj.Better hurry up and bury the corpse because it's swollen.bōj
EbojakEbojak wōn kaṇ.The turtles are mating.bojak
EbōjbōjEbōjbōj iiōk ṇe aṃ.That mixture is thick.bōjbōj
ebōjrakWa eo eṇ ebōjrak.The ship is stopping.bōjrak
 Jema ebōjrak im erre tok.Father stopped and looked at me. P825bōjrak
 Ebōjrak kōjerbal dān ñan kōmat jabdewōt kain.We stopped using water to cook anything. P1014jabdewōt
 Im Kapen eo ebōjrak an ukoktak ak ekar kaōḷōḷe wōt ñiin im ñūñūrThe Captain stopped tossing and turning but his teeth were chattering and he was groaning. P1173ōḷōḷ
 Ri-niñeañ-rōkeañ eo eṇ ebōjrak ippān liṃaraṇ tōrerein iiaḷ eṇ.The show-off is stopping with the ladies by the roadside.niñeañ-rōkeañ
EbokEbok peiū kōn an to jabōḷ.I have a blister on my hand from shoveling so long.bok
 Ebok būreej ṇeThe biscuit is saturated with water.bok
 Ebok būreej ṇeThe biscuit is saturated with water.bok
 Ebok bwiḷāwut e.This plywood is warped.bok
 Ebok aidik ajiri eo.The child has the chicken pox.bok aidik
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ebōkWōn eo ebōk aḷaḷ eo jān ije jikin?Who took my stick from its place?aḷaḷ
 Idoori pilawā ko iturierro innem kwaḷọk tok juon tūre, juon bakbōk im jake ḷọk men ko im Bojin eo ebōk bakbōk eo im jiḷaiti juon iaan ḷoob ko im kōmjel idaak im ṃōñāI put down the bread next to them and then found a tray, a small knife, and handed them over, and the Boatswain took the knife and sliced one of the loaves and we all ate and drank. P269dedoor
 Ebōk nañinmej in jieje.He got the swollen abdomen sickness.jieje
 Wōn eo ebōk kọwiinin eo?Who received the award?kọwiinin
 Joñan an ṃōtañ, ebōk jān menwa.She was so beautiful, she left me breathless.ṃōtañ
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EbokbokEbokbok mejaMy eyes have sand in them.bokbok
 Ebokbok kōj eṇ an.He is not wanted.bokbok
EbokbokeEbokboke iaarin Majuro.The lagoon side of Majuro is sandy.bok
 Ebokboke lowaan ṃwiinThere is lots of sand in this house.bokbok
 Ebokboke raij eo.The rice has sand in it.bokbok
 Eoonkappe in Ḷoora ebokboke.The shore of Laura is sandy.eoonkappe
EbokeEboke ānbwinninHis body is covered with pox.bok
EbōkeEbōke jān peiū im jibuuni ḷọk jimettanin ṇa ioon raij eo kijen.He took it from my hand and scooped half the can onto his rice. P373bōk
 Jema ejibwe lōñ tak tiinin dān eo im Bojin eo ebōke im kọkoṇe.Father passed up the container of water and the Boatswain took it and stored it away. P1289tiin
EbokkoḷọkEbokkoḷọk baaṃ eo.The bomb exploded.bokkoḷọk
EbokḷapEbokḷap John im ear jab jikuuḷ.John didn't go to school because he got the small pox.bokḷap
EbōḷKein ar urōt jatin Ebōḷ.Cain slew his brother Abel.uror
EbōlejEbōlej wōtHow exorbitant.bōlej
EboḷioEboḷio ḷadik eo.The boy has polioboḷio
EbōḷñakEbōḷñak kapin booj eo.The bottom of the boat is split open.bōḷñak
EbōḷoñarEbōḷoñar waini e.This copra nut has started to form a spongy kernel.bōḷoñar
EboḷotEboḷot nuknuk kaṇe aṃ.Your clothes are damp.boḷot
eboñEkwe eabōbbōbḷọk bwe eboñ.Let's step on it cause it's getting dark.abōbbōb
 Kōjro ajādik bwe eboñ.”Let’s go, it’s getting late.” P161ajādik
 Jeṇro jino etal bwe eboñ.Let's two of us go as it's getting dark.jeṇro
 Rūtto ro jino etal im jibadek jidik bwe eboñ.The couple started on their way because it was almost dark.jibadek jidik
 Kwōn jab jijijetjet (ijjijetjet) bwe eboñ.Don't just sit there because it's night already.jijet
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eboṇEnana an kāātet kōnke eboṇ bọtinHe has difficluty using his full sense of smelling because of his stuffy nose.ātāt
 Eboṇ ḷeo im jaje ta eo en kōṃṃane.He is stymied and doesn't know what to do.boṇ
 Eboṇ baib eo im jaje tọọr dān.The pipe is stopped up and the water can't flow.boṇ
 Bōlen eboṇ kaabreta e an.Maybe the carburetor is clogged. P620boṇ
 Enana an kāātet kōnke eboṇ bọtinHe has difficluty using his full sense of smelling because of his stuffy nose.kōnke
ebọṇBwe enaaj ewi wāween an waḷọk aḷ ke ebọṇ ḷam jako lañ,” Bojin eo eba.How is the sun supposed to come out in this terrible weather," the Boatswain said. P661 when the sun is totally obstructed by storm clouds and is invisibleboṇ
eboñeIj kaiur bwe eboñeI'm in a hurry, because it's getting dark.boñ
 Kwōn jujem kiki ñe eboñe aṃ itok.If its getting dark you should stay for the night.jujen
eboñḷọkEj akajoke an kaako eṇ edde bwe en kab jibwe ñe eboñḷọk.He's observing where the rooster is sleeping so he can catch it when it gets darker.akajok
EbooḷEbooḷ ṇakṇōkin ri-abba raar itok ilo iien Jepaan ko.There were lots of experts in dynamiting during Japanese times.abba
 Ebooḷ bato eo.The bottle is full.booḷ
 Lewaj eo bwe ebooḷ,” iba ke ij jibwe ḷọk bakōj eo ñan Jema.Here, it’s full,” I said as I passed the bucket up to him. P608eo
 Ebooḷ em ibebḷọk.It filled up and overflowed.ibeb
 Ebooḷ aebōj jimeeṇ eo im jiebḷọk ṇai laḷ.The cement cistern is full and overflowing (onto the ground).jieb-
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EbooḷoḷEbooḷoḷ jikūru ṇeThat screw is loose.booḷoḷ
 Ebooḷoḷ aṃ kar lukwōj to eo.You tied the rope loosely.booḷoḷ
EbooḷtōñtōñEbooḷtōñtōñ aebōj jimāāṇ eo kōn dānnin wōt.The concrete cistern overflowed with rain water.booḷtōñtōñ
 Joñan an to an wōt, ebooḷtōñtōñ tāāñ eo.It rained so hard, the tank overflowed.booḷtōñtōñ
 Ebooḷtōñtōñ aebōj jimeeṇ eṇ.That cistern is full to the brim.tōñtōñ
eboorRōnaaj kar wiin ak eboor pijja eo.They would have won but their pitcher was wild.boor
EborboreEborbore lowaan bōjọ e .There's sand inside my pants pocket.bor
EbọrōkEbọrōk.It's covered.bọọror
ebōro-kaduJab kōjak ippān bwe ebōro-kadu.Don't joke with him because he has a short temper.bōro-kadu
ebōro-ḷapḶeo ebōro-ḷap.He is a spendthrift.bōro-ḷap
ebōro-pejpejLieṇ ebōro-pejpej.She is fickle.bōro-pejpej
EbōrrāEbōrrā waini eo.The coconut was cut in half.bōrrā
ebōtKwōn jab kabọọkọke bwe ebōt.Don't give him a fork because he's disobedient.bọọkọk
EbōtōktōkEbōtōktōk aḷThe sun is eclipsing (literally, bleeding)aḷ
EbōttōñtōñEbōttōñtōñ ḷadik eṇ.That boy is the naughtiest.tōñtōñ
EboutḷọkEboutḷọk kijek eṇ.That fire is smoking.boutḷọk
ebukweTa ṇe ebukwe neeṃWhat cut your foot?bukwabok
ebūḷakeEḷak epaak an maat jikka, ebūḷake oṇāānWhen the cigarettes were nearly sold out, he raised the price.būḷak
ebūḷọkEj jokoṇkoṇ bwe ebūḷọk neenHe's using crutches because he's got a broken leg.jokoṇkoṇ
EbūḷuuddikEbūḷuuddik turun mejaṃ.There are beads of perspiration on your face.būḷuuddik
EbūḷuuddikiEbūḷuuddiki turun mejān.His face was covered all over with beads of sweat.būḷuuddik
EbuñEbuñ wa in jān āneṇThe canoe won't make the island (on this tack).buñ
 Rujlọkin raan eo juon ebuñ juon kōto ṃōṃanṃōnWhen we woke up the next morning a favorable wind was blowing. P1182 P1182ruj
 Ebuñ ṇo eo im tọre men ko wōj.A big wave came and swept everything away.tọr
 Rujlọkin raan eo juon ebuñ juon kōto ṃōṃanṃōnWhen we woke up the next morning a favorable wind was blowing. P1182rujlọkin raan
ebuñbuñAelaḷin jiroñin Arno ebuñbuñ ilo Ṃajeḷ in.The sexual intercourse technique performed by Arno young women is renowned in the Marshall Islands.aelaḷ
 Ebuñbuñ anjin-pakoin ri-āniin.The people on this island are famous for their expertise in keeping the sharks from attacking people.anjin-pako
ebuñjenĀindeo an wa eo kar epaak tok wōt im kōm kar ḷōmṇak enaaj kar wātokin de eo ak ebuñjen im ḷak kun teeñki ko ie, ejej men eṇ kōmjel loe.In this way the boat got closer and we thought it would just keep coming, but all of a sudden the lights on it went out, and we couldn’t see anything. P1153buñjen
ebuñjenōmKapen eo ebuñjenōm ḷak kōjeer wa eo, iḷak reito ilo memoujujin tōrerein wōd eo ke wa eo ej kaatare.The Captain suddenly steered the boat the other way when he saw the water turning a light blue color as we approached a coral head. P497buñjen
ebuñjenōṃKe ekar tōpar kūrọọjti eo, ebuñjenōṃ ḷak bwijbwij, ekā lōñ ḷọk im jok ioon im jijet.When he reached the cross-stick at the top of the mast, he suddenly started kicking, then he jumped up to the top and landed on it and sat down. P1192bwijbwij
 Ke ekar tōpar kūrọọjti eo, ebuñjenōṃ ḷak bwijbwij, ekā lōñ ḷọk im jok ioon im jijet.When he reached the cross-stick at the top of the mast he suddenly started kicking then he jumped up to the top and landed on it and sat down. P1192kūrọọjti
ebuñ-kōḷowanḶeo eṇ ebuñ-kōḷowan im ej ilān ire.His passion is aroused and he is going to fight.buñ-kōḷowa-
EbuñleplepEbuñleplep jitbōn Anij in Inelep ioodwōj.The spirit of the Lord of Hosts is upon us all in great abundance.Anij in Inelep
ebuñlikWa eo eṇ ebuñlik.That ship is sailing out to sea.buñlik
ebuñlọkAolep kapenin aelōñ kein rōjeḷā bwe allōñ in wa otemjej rej ār bwe ren kōttar im lale ebuñlọk ke Likabwiro.”All island captains know that this month all boats should be beached so they can wait to see when Likabwiro appears.” P251ār
 Lale wōt ebuñlọk ajri ṇeWatch it, that child might fall.buñlọk
 Ebuñlọk oṇāān waini.The price of copra has gone down.buñlọk
 Ebuñlọk juon kior kijoñjoñ im kọkkure wa ko.A big storm came and ravaged the canoes.kior
Ebuñ-pāḷọkEbuñ-pāḷọk ānin kōn ṃōñāThis islet has an abundance of food.buñ-pāḷọk
ebuñutLañ eo ebuñut eokThe sky will fall on you -- you can't escape (proverb).buñ
 Māllen eañ in, ebuñut ḷakijoñjoñ in.Men from the north are strong (from a chant).māl
 Māllen eañ in ebuñut ḷakijoñjoñ in,” Jema eba im ettōñ dikdik ke erro kar pārorāiki laḷ ḷọkThis guy sure is brave,” Father said, chuckling as the two of them carried him down with both hands. P1048māl
 Māllen eañ in ebuñut ḷakijoñjoñ in,” Jema eba im ettōñ dikdik ke erro kar pārorāiki laḷ ḷọkThis guy sure is brave,” Father said, chuckling as the two of them carried him down with both hands. P1048pārorā
EburEbur ṇeThat breadfruit isn't ripe.bur
EbūrarEbūrar pilej e.This plate isn't clean.būrar
 Ebūrar nuknuk ṇe aṃ.Your clothes are smeared.būrar
EbūrookEbūrook koṃbani eṇ.That business went bankrupt.būrook
 Eḷmān an ba ke ebūrook ak wia in de eṇ?How could he say he's broke when he keeps buying things?eḷmān
EbūrōrōEbūrōrō kapilōñThe western sky is red.kapilōñ
ebuuḷiḷọkEj jino wōt pāāk ak ebuuḷiḷọk bar jidik.The boat started to back up and he went a little faster. P483buuḷ
EbuwakEbuwak ubōn ḷadik eṇ.The boy has a birthmark on his chest.buwak
EbuwakeEbuwake turun mejān lieṇ.She has a lot of birthmarks on her face.buwak
EbwāEbwā ittinHer breasts are beginning to grow.bwā
ebweAein / aetin turin ānin ebwe an kajoor.The current near this island is strong enough.ae
 Aeniñeañḷọkin tujab eṇ ebwe an kakijoñjoñ.The current that flows north in that area is a lot greater.aeniñeañḷọk
 Ebwe ke aj ñan ad kōtake ṃweDo we have enough thatch material to thatch this house?aj
 Akadein Ḷōlwōj ebwe an tiljek.Ḷōlwōj's watching birds to locate their roost is quite thorough.akade
 Ebwe an kajoor aḷ ṇe rainiin.It's quite hot today.aḷ
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EbwidejdejEbwidejdej nuknuk e .My clothes are soiled.bwidej
ebwidenWūnin an jab ṃōñā ebwiden jerbalHe didn't eat because he was busy working.bwiden
 Ebwiden kadek ak ejjab katak.He spends his time drinking rather than studying.bwiden
EbwiinEbwiin būbwidetdet (ibbwidetdet) nuknuk kaṇ.The clothes have the smell of sunshine.būbwidetdet
 Ebwiin būbwiroro (ibbwiroro) peiṃYour hands smell of bwirobūbwiroro
 Ebwiin nanaIt smells bad.bwiin
 Ebwiin jatbo nuknuk kōn aer jab lukkuun ṃōrāThese clothes have the damp smell because they didn't dry properly.jatbo
 Ebwiin jejatbobo (ejjatbobo) nuknuk kōn aer jab lukkuun ṃōrāThe clothes have the smell because they didn't dry properly.jatbo
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Ebwiin-puwaḷEbwiin-puwaḷ bakke ṇe ineeṃ.The sore on your foot has an offensive odor.bwiin-puwaḷ
EbwijāljālEbwijāljāl jān .He ran away from me.bwijāljāl
EbwijilEbwijil bōran doon eo.The end of the husking stick is blunt.bwijil
ebwijlọkeJema ebwijlọke āne ḷọk kōrkōr eo bwe en peāne ḷọk ak Bojin eo ekarrūkarōk ioon wa eo.Father kicked the canoe so it would drift toward the island while the Boatswain started getting things organized on the boat. P1290bwijbwij
ebwijteoḷeoḷBwij eo ebwijteoḷeoḷ ṇeThat lineage is always changing homes.bwijteoḷeoḷ
EbwilEbwil nuknuk ko.The clothes are burning.bwil
 Ebwil būruonHe is seeking revenge.bwil-būruon
 Ekar ba ej kōlladikdik bwe ebwil.He said he wanted to cool off a bit in the breeze because he was hot. P492leladikdik
 Ebwil piwūj eo.The fuse burned out.piwūj
 Ebwil ilowaan waniñ eṇ.It's very hot under the awning.waniñ
EbwilbwilEbwilbwil juuj ṇe aṃ.There is gum on your shoes.bwilbwil
EbwilọkEbwilọk aḷaḷ eo.The piece of wood is broken.bwilọk
 Ebwilọk doñanShe broke her hip.doñ
 Ebwilọk jāntin pein Tony.Tony has a broken finger.jāntin
 Juon iaan ri-jiāe ro ebwilọk neenOne of the competitors had a broken leg.jiāe
 Ebwilọk kaab eo kaabin wa eo.The gaff of the sailboat is broken.kaab
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EbwilọklañEbwilọklañ.A chieftain has died.bwilọklañ
EbwinEbwin kilbōtKiribatese dance.eb
edKōrā rejjab ekkōṇak ed rainiin.Women don't wear mats nowadays.ed
EdakōlkōlEdakōlkōl wa eṇ waan.His canoe is ugly.dakōlkōl
EdāndānEdāndān ṃōñā eṇ.That food is watery.dāndān
EdāneEdāne oran eo.The orange was juicy.dān
EdāpdepEdāpdep ippānHe's negative about it.dāpdep
EdāpijekEdāpijek peba ko ippān doon.The papers are fastened together.dāpijek
EdatoñEdatoñ jake ṇeThat mat is wet.datoñ
 Edatoñ jedọujij ṇe aṃ.Your pants are wet and stained.datoñ
eddāilLetok ṃōk kein dedāil (eddāil) eo aṃ.May I have your awl?dedāil
 Imaroñ ke kōjerbal dedāil (eddāil) eo aṃ?May I use your awl?dedāil
eddāpLale eddāp nuknuk ṇe aṃ ilo bwil ṇeBe careful you don't get your chewing gum stuck on your clothes.dedāp
eddāpilpilKajiliñ eo ej dedāpilpil (eddāpilpil) i raan wa eo.The drum is rolling around on the deck of the ship.dāpilpil
eddeAkadeiktok ia eṇ bao ṇe ej edde ieGo find out where that bird is roosting.akade
 Ej akajoke an kaako eṇ edde bwe en kab jibwe ñe eboñḷọk.He's observing where the rooster is sleeping so he can catch it when it gets darker.akajok
 Ia eo bao in ej edde ieWhere's this chicken roosting?edde
eddebḶeo ej dedeb (eddeb) wainiHe is husking copra nuts.dedeb
 Ñe jej dedeb (eddeb) ni jej wūlṃōd.When we husk coconuts to drink we leave some husk at the eyes.wūlṃōd
EddedEdded, ejjelọk ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) inOh boy, that was good.edded
eddejdejKe ej ju kijek eo, eddejdej armejWhen the fire broke out, people were running in all directions.dej
eddekAjoḷin Epoon eban eddek ilo bar juon āneThe ajoḷ pandanus variety from Ebon cannot grow anywhere else.Ajoḷ
 Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20bok
 Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20bok
 Eddek ṃōn wia eṇ an.His store is progressing.dedek
 Edidbōlbōl an e kōtka dedek (eddek).My breadfruit plant is growing well.didbōlbōl
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eddekākāEjjeḷọk wōt dedekākā (eddekākā) in ḷadik eṇ.That boy is really covered with yaws.dekā
EddepñatñatEddepñatñat pilawā e.This bread is gooey all over.depñat
EddetdetEddetdet āninThis islet is always sunny.det
EddiakeakEddiakeak wa eṇ kōn an ṃōkajThe boat tacks often on account of its speed.diak
EddiakeōkEddiakeōk wa eṇ.That canoe is always tacking.diak
EddilalaEddilala ṇeThe board has lots of nails in it.dila
eddipikpikKwōn ṃan ek ṇe bwe eddipikpik.Kill that fish because it's still flopping around.didpikpik
EddoEddo eo an pāāk in nuknuk eo ekaajjibanbane.The weight of the duffle bag was a burden on him.ajjibanban
 Wōn ṇe ej bōk dedo (eddo) in jerbal ṇeWho is taking the responsibility for that job?bōk dedo
 Eddo tok kōtḷọk.”If it’s hard to pull in, let it out a little.” P1305dedo
 Men in eddo ippaI take this as a personal insult.eddo ippa-
 Enaaj eddo ippān ñe kwōjab kūri.He'll be insulted if you don't invite him.eddo ippa-
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eddodoPāāk dedodo (eddodo) men eṇ.That bag is very heavy.dedo
 Naan eo ekōṃṃan an dedodo (eddodo).The news made him feel melancholy.dedo
 Eḷap dedodo (eddodo) raininI feel sluggish today.dedo
 Eiñ-lọjien kōn an kate kotak men dedodo (eddodo) eoHe strained his abdominal muscles trying to lift the heavy weight.iñ-lọjien
eddoinIlo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7bōbrae
 Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7dedo
 Aolep laḷ ko rōḷḷap raar kanooj in itok limoier kōn men in bwe raar tōmak bwe men in juon kōkaḷḷe in an Ṃaikronijia jino wōnṃaanḷọk ñan an make jutak im bōk eddoin jerbal ko an make.The major powers of the world were quite interested in this because they believed it to be a sign of the beginnining of Micronesian independence and of their taking responsibility for their own affairs. S16kakōḷḷe
 Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7kōjparok
eddōkEwōr jojaab ej eddōk ilo Laura.The sour-sop can be grown in Laura.jojaab
eddokwōjkwōjTa eṇ ej dedokwōjkwōj (eddokwōjkwōj) buḷōn mar eṇ?What causes the continual snapping (of branches) inside the bush?dokwōj
eddoorKwōj dedoor (eddoor) ia aṃ bok?Where do you keep your books?dedoor
edebokḷọkEjoorkatkat ijo im kōmmān ḷak ilbōk edebokḷọk men eo im kelọk kōjjoram eo.He stood ready in place and we were all surprised when the flare gun exploded and the flare shot up into the sky. P939debokḷọk
 Ejoorkatkat ijo im kōmmān ḷak ilbōk edebokḷọk men eo im kelọk kōjjoram eo.He stood ready in place and we were all surprised when the flare gun exploded and the flare shot up into the sky. P939joorkatkat
 Ejoorkatkat ijo im kōmmān ḷak ilbōk edebokḷọk men eo im kelọk kōjjoram eo.He stood ready in place and we were all surprised when the flare gun exploded and the flare shot up into the sky. P939kōmram
ededKwōn kanooj eded im pukote.Scrounge around and really look for it.eded
 Jej ilān eded i āneṇWe are going to scrounge for food on that island.eded
EdedeEdede ḷọk men wōtōmjej.Everything is ready.dede
 Edede ḷọk ṃōñāI've finished eating.dede
EdedeḷọkEdedeḷọk aer inwijete kōrkōr eo.They've already lashed the canoe.inwijet
 Ededeḷọk kōjaake ṃuri eo an.He already paid his debt.jaak
 Ededeḷọk an jedọujij ḷadik eo.The boy has already put on his pants.jedọujij
 Ededeḷọk an jeḷọk wōjḷā eo.The sail has already been pushed and secured.jeḷọk
 Ededeḷọk karreoiki jikin mōñā eo kab kōnnọ ko.I finished cleaning up the place where they had eaten and washing the dishes, P313kōnnọ
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ededḷọkWa ko ededḷọk aer tōkeakḷọk ijeṇ.The ships have already arrived there.ijeṇ
EdejeñḷọkEdejeñḷọk kōto in.This wind is growing stronger.dejeñ
edejjeḷọkEḷak lo eō, edejjeḷọk em ko.When he saw me, he took off like a flash.dej
EdekākeEdekāke iarin āninThe lagoon side of this island has lots of gravel.dekā
edeḷọñEj anemkwōjḷọk ñan ñe edeḷọñ ilo kalbuuj.He's being independent until he gets locked up in the calaboose.anemkwōj
 Ḷeo edeḷọñ ḷọk ilowaan ruuṃ eo im ḷak diwōj tok ej jibwe ruo ḷoobwin pilawā, eṃōj an limi kōn peba būrawūn, ej ja āindeeo aer māāṇāṇ ke rej kab mat tok.The man went into a room and when he came back out he was holding loaves of bread, already wrapped in brown paper, still warm from the oven. P264būrawūn
 Edeḷọñ.He's enrolled.deḷọñ
 Edeḷọñ wa eo.The ship has entered the lagoon.deḷọñ
 Joñan an pedet armej, edeḷọñ im kọkkure kweilọk eo.He's so forward, he went in and broke up the meeting.pedet armej
EdeorEdeor jān pein Kaminij.He escaped from the Communists.deor
 Edeor jān bōd eo an.He escaped from his sin.deor
 Ia eo edeor ieWhere did he slip off to?deor
edepetLale wōn ṇe edepet eokLook out or that turtle will slap you.depdep
edetKwōn atat bwe edet.Wear a hat because the sun is hot.atat
 Edet jelōñlōñBright sunshine.jelōñlōñ
 Kwōn mājmāj bwe edet.Wear your glasses because the sun is bright.mājmāj
EdiakEdiak wa eṇ.That canoe is tacking.diak
EdiboñḷọkEdiboñḷọk jān inne.It's darker than last night.diboñ
EdibukaeEdibukae jikōtIn what direction is this dibukae current flowing?dibukae
EdibukiEdibuki mar em ḷak etal kōm jab bar lowe.It took off into the boonies and that was the last we saw of it.dibuk
EdidbōlbōlEdidbōlbōl an e kōtka dedek (eddek).My breadfruit plant is growing well.didbōlbōl
edidiEnana bale bwe edidi.Bale fish are not good to eat because they are very bony.bale
 Edidi ek ṇeThat fish has lots of little bones.di
 Kanooj iiaake ek ṇe bwe edidi.Be careful in taking the meat off that fish for it has lots of bones.iiaak
ediekInaaj kelọk ippān im jipañe.,” Jema ediek ḷọk men eo Kapen eo ekar ba.I’ll jump in, too, so I can help him,” Father complemented what the Captain said. P1249dede
EdikEdik jān addi-dikū.It's smaller than my little finger.addi-dik
 Edik ainikienShe speaks softly.ainikie-
 Ebwe an maroñ amñe edik.He's quite able despite his young age.amñe
 Baar in China eṇ edik jān baarin America eṇ.The Chinese saloon is smaller than the American saloon.baar
 Kwōn baṃe neen baajkōḷ ṇe bwe edik kūtuōnPump up that bicycle tire because there is only a little air in it.baṃ
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edikeAb in et ñe edike eokBut what can I do if she doesn't like you.ab in et
 Edike amiiañ iaetōl ippān doon.He doesn't want you to associate with one another.amiiañ
 Niñniñ eo ear burake ḷọk ṃōñā eo jān lọñiin bwe edike.The baby spit out the food because it didn't like it.burak
 Ejujalḷọk jāne bwe edike.She turns away from him because she hates him.jujāl-
 Jinen edike kōrā eo em kōtọọne erro.His mother didn't approve of the woman so she stayed away from them.tọọn
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edikkilọkKwōban loe bwe edikkilọk aelōñ eo,” Kapen eo euwaake.You can’t see them because the island is too small and far away now,” the Captain replied. P562dik
edikḷọkBojin eo edikḷọk wōt jidik jān Jema eo me eor jilñuul jiṃa an iiō.The Boatswain was a little younger than Father, who was thirty-some years old. P38dik
 Edikḷọk wōtIt's subsiding.dikḷọk
 Edikḷọk kōto in.The wind has subsided.dikḷọk
 Edikḷọk ilil raan kein.People don't pierce ears as much nowadays.il
 Edikḷọk kōto im ṇo jān kar boñon eo im elukkuun dik an ṃōḷeiñiñ wa eo.The wind and rain had died down since the night before and the boat wasn’t moving around as much. P822ṃōṃōḷeiñiñ
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EdileEdile kapin wa eṇ.The boat has barnacles underneath.dile
 Edile ḷọk tebōḷ ṇeThat table is termite-eaten.dile
EdimEdim im pen."firm and strong"dim
 Edim jedọujij eṇ an.His trousers are tight.dim
edinEṃṃan edin (iden) nuknuk ṇe aṃ.Your dress is of good fabric.ed
EdipenEdipen kōn an kaddipenpen.He is strong because of his lifting weights.kaddipenpen
EditōbEditōb wōt in armej.I've never seen a blacker individual.ditōb
ediwōjEbaj to ak ijeḷā ke ebōd ḷōmṇak eo bwe Jema ediwōj tok im ḷak baj lo an āindeeo eba, Eiiaḷañe.”It had been a while, but I knew my thinking was wrong because when Father came out to where I was and saw the same thing, he said, The moon is coming up.” P222diwōj
edjoñeImaroñ ke edjoñe ṇe kijōṃ?May I taste your breadfruit?edjoñ
 Kwōn edjoñe ṃōk iiōk ṇe ennọ ke?Taste this mixture--is it good?edjoñ
 Ta ṇe kwōj edjoñe.What are tasting.edjoñ
 Ij ja edjoñe kōṃaolaḷ e aṃ.Let me taste your dessert.kōṃaolaḷ
EdọliEdọli ṃōkaj tok.It’s coming very fast. P1135dọlin
EdọlinEdọlin būroṃōj kōn men in.He's really downhearted about the affair.dọlin
 Edọlin (dọlel in) bōtHe's very naughty.dọlin
EdọọjEdọọj an ḷōṃaro kōnono ñan doon.Their conversation is developing into an argument.dọọj
edọọlolLikao eṇ edọọlol.He's really beyond help.dọlel
EdoomEdoom baruun ek mouj eṇ.That's a big school of ek mouj.baru
 Edoom tōū eṇ i ar.The lagoon beach is teeming with mackerel.doom
edoujEjjeḷọk emaroñ bar uwe bwe edouj wa e.No more can get on as this boat is overcrowded as it is.douj
 Koṃwin eakpel jān wa ṇe bwe edouj.Throw out something because your boat is shipping water.eakpel
edouṃItōm wōdwōd edouṃ.Come chew some cooked pandanus.edouṃ
 Edouṃ in bōb rot ṇeWhat type of pandanus is that edouṃ made from?edouṃ
EduEdu dān eo.The water is boiling.du
 Edu bao eo.The chicken is having convulsions.du
EdujebwābweEdujebwābwe jebwa eo.The jebwa dance was fouled up.dujebwābwe
EdukwaḷeEdukwaḷe.He slugged him.dukwaḷ
EduojEduoj ḷọk wōt im kōmmatōr iturun mejān kōjām eo.He stepped out and urinated right in front of the door.kōmmatōr
edwaanEnana wōdwōd edwaan bwe eidid.Its not good to chew wild pandanus because they can be itchy.edwaan
 Kwōnjab eḷḷọk ñan e bwe toojin edwaan bajjekDon't bother with him because he's not what he seems.toojin edwaan
EebjakEebjak boktañ eo.The bomb burst.ebjak
 Boktañ eo eebjak im rup ṃweoThe bomb burst and destroyed the building.ebjak
eededIdike armej rot eṇ eeded.I despise a person who is nosey.eded
eejaakÑe eejaak enaaj lukkuun utiej.When it is built (completely), it will be very tall.ejej
eejejJebboñon eo juon imake ruj im ḷak reilik reiṃaan i lowaan wa eo, eejej eṇ ikar loe ak ña wōt.The next morning I woke up on my own and looked all around but didn’t see anyone else. P955ejej
 Jebboñon eo juon imake ruj im ḷak reilik reiṃaan i lowaan wa eo, eejej eṇ ikar loe ak ña wōt.The next morning I woke up on my own and looked all around but didn’t see anyone else. P955jibboñ
EekekeEekeke pein ḷeeṇOne can see lots of veins in his arms.eke
EekḷọkEekḷọk ek ko.The fish are spoiled.ekḷọk
EeḷbōneEeḷbōne buḷōn Intia.There are elephants all over India.eḷbōn
EeoṇEeoṇ wa eo ilo juon wōd.The boat struck a coral head.eoṇ
EeọñEeọñ ine eo iaar katōke.The seed I planted is growing/sprouting.eọñ
EeoṇeoṇEeoṇeoṇ wa eṇ.That boat is always going aground.eoṇ
eeọñwōdwōdEḷap an eeọñwōdwōd ḷeeṇThat man is always going fishingeeọñōdñwōd
EeorEeor tata nuknuk eṇ an lieṇ kōn an ikkutkut an kōṇake.Her dress has faded the most because she wore it so often.eor
 Eeor mejān joōt eṇ an.The color of his shirt is fading.eor
eeọtōkWa eo eṇ eeọtōk.That canoe is stranded.eọtōk
EerboojEerbooj ear abbaiki pedpedin ĀnewātakThe air force was dynamiting the Eniwetak reef.abba
 Eajeḷḷā ḷọk āneo kōn ri-mej ṃōjin an eerbooj in Amedka boktañe.The corpses were scattered all over the place after the U.S. Air Force bombed it.ajeḷḷā
EererakEererak jaki ilowaan ṃweoMats were all over the floor in the house.erer
eermeeḷLōta e ear itok ilo eermeeḷ tokMy letter came by airmaileermeeḷ
eermeeḷeKab eermeeḷe ḷọkBe sure to send it by airmaileermeeḷ
eermeeḷiKwōn pakiji nuknuk kaṇe im eermeeḷi.Put those dresses in a package and airmail them.pakij
EetEet?What's the matter with it?et
eetalIa eo akaje eo eetal ie ḷọkWhere did the V.I.P. go?akaje
 Joñan an ḷap ek eo eetal eake mejje eo .The fish I hooked must have been a big one since it broke my pole-line.mejje
Eetalju(i)Eetalju(i) mour in.Life is an ordeal.etalju
eiBuñūn bọbo men in bwe ei ninijek (innijek).This should be an ideal night for catching flying fish because it's pitch black.innijek
eiabaruruḶeo eiabaruru ṇeThat guy always gets the iabaru sickness.iabaru
EiādatōltōlEiādatōltōl ḷadik eṇ.That boy is slobbering.iādatōltōl
EiakiuiuEiakiuiu ḷadik eṇ.That boy is always playing baseball.iakiu
EiaḷoḷoEiaḷoḷo mejān nuknuk eo an.Her dress is yellowish.iaḷo
EibebEibeb.Here comes a large wave -- warning to crew of small boat that a wave is about to break on them.ibeb
 Kab ke eibeb tok.”The waves are getting bigger.” P519ibeb
 Ke ej letok bakōj eo eba in dāpdep bwe juon eo ṇo eibeb tokAs he handed me the bucket, he told me to hold on because there was a big wave coming our way. P610ibeb
 Eibeb kiiō; kōttar an mọọl.The big waves are coming now; wait for the interim period.mọọl
EibeebEibeeb bọjet eo ṇa ilaḷ.The water faucet is flowing on the ground.ibeb
EibwijEibwij tokThe tide is coming in (rising).ibwij
 Ḷak ke eibwij, erro jujen pād wōt āneoThe tide came in so they stayed on the island.jujen
 Eḷma ḷọk ñan ān ṇe iōñ ke kiin eibwij mejje ṇeHow am I to get to the next island north of here since it's high tide?eḷmān
EibwijiEibwiji wa eo im peḷọk.The tide came up and the canoe drifted away.ibwij
EibwijleplepeEibwijleplepe ān eo.The strong high tide covers the island with water.ibwijleplep
eiddimkwiKwōn jab kōkjakjek ippān bwe eiddimkwi.Don't joke with him as he's edgy.idimkwi
eideLale aolōk eide eokBe careful or that Portuguese man-o'-war might sting you.idid
EidepdepEidepdep armej ilo kweilọk eo.The meeting is crowded.idepdep
eididEnana wōdwōd edwaan bwe eidid.Its not good to chew wild pandanus because they can be itchy.edwaan
EidikEidik kiiō im eṃṃan bōkein leok.It's neap tide now and its good for fishing with long nets.idik
EidikiEidiki ut eo im mej.He shook the flower tree and it withered.idik
eidiñḶeo eidiñ an kōṃṃan pepe eṇ.That man is always making sudden decision to be followed.idiñ
EidiñḷọkEidiñḷọk an kōṃṃan pepe jān ṃoktaHe's now making more sudden decision than before.idiñ
EieṃaṃaEieṃaṃa pein ḷeeṇHis arm is covered with stripes.ieṃa
EietḷọkEietḷọk ri-eoonene in Mājro jān ri-Teḷap.The people from the main islet of Majuro are fewer than the people of Teḷap.eoonene
EiiaeaeEiiaeae rainiinThere are lots of rainbows today.iia
EiiaḷañeEbaj to ak ijeḷā ke ebōd ḷōmṇak eo bwe Jema ediwōj tok im ḷak baj lo an āindeeo eba, Eiiaḷañe.”It had been a while, but I knew my thinking was wrong because when Father came out to where I was and saw the same thing, he said, The moon is coming up.” P222diwōj
 Eiiaḷañe bwe emmeramramtok reaar.It's moonrise because we can start to see light in the east.iiaḷañe
EiiaḷapEiiaḷap kiiō im jenaaj ilān eañwōd.It's spring low tide now and we should go fishing.iaḷap
EiiaḷoEiiaḷo ḷọk ṃweeṇ jān ṃōe iṃō.That house is more yellowish than my house.iaḷo
eiieḶōṃa e eiie rak tok bwe edik lọk kōto in.Men, summertime is near as the wind is fairer.iien rak
eiienEḷaññe eraane-bōkāān, kiiō eiien an kajokkor.When it is ready for a bottle,” that is the time to put a bottle on it. S19kajokkor
 Eḷaññe eraane-bōkāān, kiiō eiien an kajokkor.When it is ready for a bottle,” that is the time to put a bottle on it. S19raane-bōkāān
eiietIm barāinwōt eiiet ro me rej kōṃṃane men in aje.And there are few who make aje anymore. S11iiet
EiijijEiijij iiōk eo an.His batter came out having too much yeast.iij
EiiṃEiiṃ wōt wa eo.The boat was very fast.iiṃ
eiioIaar jab kiki juon boñ eiio.I didn't sleep the whole night.iio
 Eiio de wiikin ammān āindeeoWe spent the whole week in that situation. P1187iio
 Ñe ej bwebwenato eiio raanWhen he is talking, there goes the day. P40ñe
eiitokKōto in eiitok reeaarThe wind is coming from the east.itok reeaar
EijinEijin jipeitAn ace of spades.jipeit
eijoḷeḶadik eṇ eijoḷe aijkuriim ṇe kijōm.The boy really has an appetite for your ice cream.ijoḷ
EijoḷḷapEijoḷḷap minorHe likes to eat unleavened pancakes a lot.minor
eijurweweJoñan an to jako jān ṃweo eijurwewe ḷọkI had been away from my house so long that it was dilapidated.ijurwewe
EikaarareEikaarare ikōn āninThe fish around this islet poison people.ikaarar
EikeEike baal in ṂajeḷThere are a lot of fish in the reef edges of the Marshalls.baal
 Eike āniinThere are lots of fish around this islet.ek
 Eike ioon tōkā eṇ ñe ej pāāt.That strip of reef has quite a few fish on it when the tide is low.tōkā
EiktokEiktok mejān kinej ṇe peiṃ.The center of the wound on your arm is starting to heal shut.ik
 Eiktok kōtaan kaṇe.The crack between those boards is closing up now.ik
EilEil ālkū kōn kar kōjeje.I was sunbathing and I got blisters on my back.il
eilarJiiñlijin Awaii bwe eilar.It's a T-shirt from Hawaii because of its bright color.jiiñlij
eilbōkAk ta?” eilbōk im kajjitōk.What was it then,” he asked, sounding startled. P626ilbōk
eilọkKwōn jitu bwe eilọk.Make a stew so we'll have more.ilọk
 Eilọk lọjienHe's got diarrhea.ilọk lọje
EiṃaajajEiṃaajaj ainikien ko mejatoto.Voices filled the air.iṃaajaj
EinEin aetoin Ṃajeḷ wōt Kapilōñ.The currents flowing westward in the Marshalls are similar to those in the Carolines.aeto
 Ein kwe wōt ri-ajjādikdik.You're no different than a sneak.ajjādikdik
 Eban ein dein ḷọk wōt arro aibabbab in deo.We can't go on clinging to each other forever.bab
 Ein kōjāllin wōt ṃōrōHe looks like a criminal.kōjālli-
 Ekwe ein ḷōmān ioon lọjet wōt ñe ekar ṃōj uno mouji,” Bojin eo eukōt ḷọkIt looks like someone spilled white paint all over the ocean,” the Boatswain answered. P751mouj
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EiñEiñ lọjien ḷadik eṇ.That boy's got a hernia.iñiñ
 Eiñ ḷōmṇak ṇe aṃ.Your line of thinking is off / twisted.
eindeoTa eo ekaamentaklaḷe bwe en kab eindeo?What caused his unfortunate situation?amentaklaḷ
eineeṃṃanBao eo eineeṃṃan wōt im kōjatdikdik ioon aeran Kapen eo ke ekā wōt im ñak en ita.The bird was so gentle and deceptive there on the Captain’s shoulder that when it moved he didn’t know what had happened. P1042jatdik
 Jọkkwikwitata eo ṇe bwe eineeṃṃan ilo an mour.He is most patient and seldom gets angry.jọkkwikwi
 Bao eo eineeṃṃan wōt im kōjatdikdik ioon aeran Kapen eo ke ekā wōt im ñak en ita.The bird was so gentle and kōjatdikdik: deceptive? there on the Captain’s shoulder that when it moved he didn’t know what had happened. P1042kōjatdikdik
EinikEinik dān e.This water has ink in it.inik
EiñimmaḷEiñimmaḷ ke rej iteṃaṃōje.He writhed in agony as black carbon was rubbed into his tattoos.iteṃaṃōj
EiñiñtōkEiñiñtōk kāān ni eṇ.The trunk of that coconut tree is twisted.
einitōtḷọkIḷak baj lale einitōtḷọk riwūt e waan Jurelañ jān ṇe waan Kōjmānlañ.I tend to think that Jurelañ's toy canoe here is faster than Kōjmānlāñ's there.innitōt
Eiñ-lọjienEiñ-lọjien ḷadik eo kōn an kar make kotak pāāk eo.The boy has strained his abdominal muscles by lifting the heavy bag by himself.iñ-lọjien
 Eiñ-lọjien kōn an kate kotak men dedodo (eddodo) eoHe strained his abdominal muscles trying to lift the heavy weight.iñ-lọjien
einnijekBuñūn bọbo men in bwe einnijek.This should be an ideal night for catching flying fish because it's pitch black.innijek
EiññimmalEiññimmal ḷadik eo ke ej bwilōk neen.The boy writhed in pain when he broke his leg.iñimmaḷ
einnitōtAḷe, lukkuun kwōj ṃool ke wa ṇe einnitōt tok,” Bojin eo ebaj kōnono.Man, you are right; that boat is coming our way fast,” the Boatswain spoke up. P1138innitōt
EinōknōkeEinōknōke ubōn opija eo.The officer was much decorated.inōknōk
EiñrōkEiñrōk neōI've sprained my foot / leg.
eiñtōktōkĀlkin baaṃ eo, eiñtōktōk māāl ilo jikin eo.After the bomb, the city was a wreck of twisted steel.iñtōk
EinwōtEinwōt baj tipen addikọọtotin ri-Ṃajeḷ.It looks like an index finger belonging to a Marshallese.addi-kọọtot
 Einwōt kwōj baj addikdiki .I feel like you're suspecting me.addikdik
 Addiṃakokoūṃ einwōt addiṃakokoinYour sluggishness and his sluggishness are alike.addiṃakoko
 Aekōrāin likao in raan kein ej jab einwōt likao in raan ko jeṃaanḷọk.The way young men today fasten the canoe sails to the booms is not the same as the style of fastening done by young men of yesterday.aekōrā
 Aikuier einwōt aikiuun kabwebwe.They ration out food like tricky people.aikiu
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eiōEjatokwōj injin eiō.This engine does not start easily.jatokwōj
eiọkweEḷak eñaktok ke eiọkwe eō, etto wōt ke ear moot.When I finally realized she was in love with me, she had been long gone.eñak
eipBaj aljetūṃ ke eip ḷain e.You must be very cross-eyed as the line is crooked.aljet
 Enana aḷaḷ ṇe bwe eip.That piece of lumber is no good because it's crooked.ip
 Eip lain eo ilo an kar ekkaiuriur im je.The line is crooked because he drew it carelessly.ip
EirEir bok kaṇe jān ke iar karki.Those books are changed from the way I arranged them.ir
EirirEirir wa eo ilo wōd eo.The boat was scratched by the reef.irir
EirḷọkEirḷọk ṇeōMy leg is sprained.ir
 Eirḷọk diin aeran.He dislocated his collar bone.ir
EirujEiruj ri-aḷkwōjeje ro wōj ippān ri-kadek eo.The sunbathers were agitated by the drunken man.aḷkwōjeje
 Eiruj lọjien ḷadik eo ke ej roñjake aer al.The boy is inspired when he listen to their singing.iruj lọjie-
EitaEita neeṃWhat happened to your foot?eita
 Eita?What’s going on? P550ita
 Eita eor jorrāān ke?”What’s the matter?” P584ita
 Eita ḷe, Kapen?” Bojin eo ekar kūkūr laḷ tak.What’s wrong, Captain?” the Boatswain called down to him. P868ita
 Iñak eita.”I don’t know what’s wrong with him.” P1084ita
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eitaakLale eitaak wa ṇe ilo bōke ṇeBe careful the canoe doesn't go aground on that cape.bōke
 Wa eo eitaak ilo bōke eo ḷọk jān Kōḷaḷ-eṇ ñan to eṇ.The canoe went aground on the cape that sticks out from Kōḷaḷ-eṇ toward the pass.bōke
 Lale eitaak bōraṃWatch that you don't bump your head.itaak
 Eitaak booj eo ilo juon wōd.The boat collided with a reef.itaak
eitaakakWa eo eitaakak eṇThe boat is always colliding with something.itaak
eitanBaj ainiñūṃ ke eitan bwilọk diiṃ.You're so skinny your bones are about to breakainiñ
 Eḷak debakḷọk ṇo eo i tōrerein wa eo iba wōt eitan rupAs the wave smashed hard against the side of the boat, I thought it would break apart. P611debokḷọk
 Eitan wōtLooks like rain. It's about to rain.itōn
 Eitan lutōk ḷọk pileij eo an kōn raij im kọọnpiip.His plate was overflowing with rice and corned beef. P374lutōkḷọk
 Kwōn bar rakij mejate ṇe bwe eitan penjakClear out the path again because it's overgrown.mejate
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eitenAje ej juon kein kōjañjañ im eiten āinḷọk wōt tūraṃ.The aje is a musical instrument similar to a drum. S11kōjañjañ
EitileoñeoñEitileoñeoñ armej ilowaan ṃōn wia eo.A lot of people are milling around in the store.itileoñeoñ
EitileoñeoñḷọkEitileoñeoñḷọk armej ñan ṃweeṇ ikkure pāājkōt bọọḷ ie.The people are milling around the place they are playing basketball.itileoñeoñ
eitokAn kapeel eitok wōt in kaajerrāiki an jerbal.His expertise tends to make him work alone.ajerre
 Ñe ij etetal ilo marok eitok wōt bwe in ajwewe.When I walk in the dark I have to whistle.ajwewe
 Eitok limoū roñjake aer al.I'm keen on listening to their singing.al
 Einwōt eitok wōt bwe en alebabu.He's inclined to recline.alebabu
 Eitok ṇo eo em kadouj wa eo.A wave covered the boat.douj
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EitōkEitōk reeḷ em baatat rikin.There's water over the rails and the riggings are smoking. (sailor's description of a fast sailboat).rikin
eitok-limoierAolep ri-itok-limo ro ilo jipañ ri-nañinmej raar bwikilọk jipañ ko aer ñan aujpitōḷ. [Aolep ro eitok-limoier ilo jipañ ri-nañinmej raar … ]All of those who showed interest in helping the sick took their contributions to the hospital. [The preferred usage is in square brackets.]itok-limoin
EitoklimoūEitoklimoū alwōje pijain etto.I'm fond of watching historical pictures.alwōj
eitōmNaan eo an eitōm kaajliptaake kōjota eo .Her comments spoiled my dinner.ajliptaak
eitōnEḷak aleak eitōn tūṃ ḷōmṇakEvery time she wears her hair loose on her back I nearly go out of my mind.aleak
 Anekane kijeek ṇe bwe eitōn kunPut more fire wood in the fire before it goes out.anekane
 Eitōn maat dānnin aebōj eṇ.The water in that cistern is almost all gone.eitōn
 Eitōn jañLooks like she is going to cry.itōn
EiurEiur aṃ jerbal.You work very fast.iur
eiurjetḶeo eiurjet eṇThat man always acts sprightly.iurjet
ejEḷap aereañ kar eñtaan im emmej ippān ke ej nañinmej.They (foursome) were under great pressure staying up to take care of him when he was ill.aa-
 Ta eṇ ej kaabje ledik raṇ kaake?What is he doing to make the girls shy?abje
 Wōn eṇ ej kabjeiki ḷadik eṇ?Who is making the boy so shy?abje
 Ta in ej kaabore an wa in etal?What's impeding the progress of this boat?abor
 Ta eṇ ej kaabōblepe?What's making her/him so uninterested?abōblep
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EjāEjā mejaI have a cataract on my eye.
 Ejā wa eo.The sail of the canoe is falling (toward the outrigger).
ejaadJuon eo baj pako tiltil iaer ejaad alikkar an lāj jān aolep bwe ñe ej ikueaak ikōtaan pako ko jet, aolep im ewweaea ḷọkIt was obvious that one of the spotted sharks was fiercer than the rest because whenever it swam back and forth between the other sharks, they would all swim away. P1003ikueaak
 Ejaad ṃōkajḷọk aerro jerbal.They're working somewhat faster -- fairly fast.jaad
 Ejaad in metak bōra kiiō.I have just a little headache right now.jaad
 Ejaad in ḷap kōto kiiō im eban maroñ jerak tipñōl eṇ.There is just a little wind right now and that outrigger will not be able to sail.jaad
 Ejaad kaiṇṇe maroro.It's sort of green.kaiṇṇe
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ejaajeKoot ejaaje ḷadik eo ekar kadek.The Court charged the boy with having been drunk.jaaj
EjaajmiikEjaajmiik ṃōttan bwebwe eo kwaar bōktok.He made sashimi of the piece of tuna you brought.jaajmi
ejaakArmej ear ejaak jān menin mour ko jet.Man evolved from other animals.ejaak
 Ejaak tọujin eo raar kōttōpare.Their thousand-dollar goal was reached.jaak
ejaakeWōn ṇe ear ejaake ṃōṇeWho built your house?ejaak
 Anij ear ejaake laḷ in.God created the world.ejaak
ejaaketokKwōn ejaaketok ṃōṇeBuild the house over this way.ejaak
ejaakiKwōn ejaaki dekā kaṇe ṇai ijeṇe.Pile up those stones there by you.ejaak
ejaaḷKapen eo ejo rōkeañ ḷọk jila eo im wa eo, ke ekar baj kipeddikdik niñeañ ḷọk, ejaaḷ im kabbwe bōran im jitōñ kapilōñ.The Captain cast the tiller to the south and the boat, which was advancing slowly but steadily to the north, turned downwind P908jaaḷ
EjāālelEjāālel bwiin-puwaḷiierWe can smell their offensive odor everywhere they go.bwiin-puwaḷ
EjāāleltokEjāāleltok nemān iṃōn ṃōñā eṇ.The smell of food cooking is wafting this way from the restaurant.jāālel
EjaaḷiiaEjaaḷiia wa eṇ.This canoe is hard to turn.jaḷiia
EjaamEjaam marok ṃwiin iṃōṃ?Why is your house still dark?jaaṃ
 Ejaam kāto-ketak kidu ṇeWhy is the dog jumping about like that?kā-
ejaaṃLale ejaaṃ jōōt e .Watch out or I might get jam on my shirt.jaaṃ
EjabEjab etto jān iien eo ak ebaj waḷọk tok Jema.Not long after, Father showed up. P324baj
 Ālikin aṃro jar, iḷak itōn kar kajjioñ kiil meja in mājur elukkuun pen kōn wōt kar ḷōmṇake an baḷuun eo itok iiom tok im etal wōt ak ejab lo kōm.After we were finished praying I was going to try to close my eyes and get some sleep but it was really hard because I kept thinking about how that plane had flown right over us but just kept going and didn’t see us. P952baḷuun
 Etōke ejab ṃōj homework eo aṃ?, Kwaar et wōt boñ?Why didn't you do your homework? What did you do last night?et
 Ewi toon kar babu?” Kapen eo ejab uwaake Jema ak ebaj kajjitōk.How long have I been lying down?” the Captain didn’t ask Father specifically, but just asked. P1227ewi
 Ejab renaaj oktak im irooj iood?”They are going to be our new chiefs, aren’t they?” P400ioo-
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EjabalurEjabalur iarin ān ṇeWind is prevented at the lagoon side of the islet.jabalur
ejabjabIar joḷọk to eo ak ejabjab.I threw the rope but it fell short.jabjab
 Ejabjab peiū jān raan e.I can't reach this breadfruit branch with my hands.jabjab
 Ejabjab neō jān laḷ.I can't touch the bottom with my feet.jabjab
Ejabjab-menwaEjabjab-menwa ke iar kajjioñ tulọk laḷḷọk wōt.I ran out of breath when I tried to dive deeper.jabjab-menowan
Ejabjen-menowanEjabjen-menowan ajri eo ṇa ilowaan bọọk eo.The child suffocated in the box.jabjen-menowan
EjablurEjablur iarin āneṇThe lagoon side of that islet is sheltered.jablur
EjabneejejEjabneejej ñan jemān kōn aer kar jab kūri kōṃare eo.She cried on her father's shoulder because they didn't invite her to the wedding.jabneejej
ejabweInnem āte tok ruo amro Bojin pileij, kab bōlen eṃṃan ñe kwōbar kwaḷọk tok juon jālele bwe ij ḷōmṇak ejabwe men ṇe.”Then make two plates for the Boatswain and me, and maybe you should go get another can of meat because I don’t think this will be enough for all of us.” P377ātet
 Kwōn kōbampeiki bwe ejabwe ri-jerbalYou let him work as guard because we don't have enough guards.baṃpe
 Eḷap aṃ bōkḷap bwe kiiō ejabwe.You took too much and now there isn't enough.bōkḷap
 Ejabwe ṃōñā eo.The food is insufficient.jabwe
EjabwilḷọkEjabwilḷọk ejṃaan eo.The boulder rolled over.ejṃaan
ejādbūtbūtKiiō eḷak ejjelōblōb dān ṇe, ejādbūtbūt tok ñan ioon kaṇe.Then when the water splashed it sprayed all over the boards. P719jādbūtūktūk
ejādeWa eo eṇ ejāde.The ship's in sight.jāde
 Ej baj meḷan ḷọk wōt jidik ak ejāde Kapen eo kōn bọọkin kaṃbōj eo.After a little while the Captain appeared with the compass. P510jāde
ejādetokBao eo jaar pukote ejādetok jān mar eṇ.The chicken we were looking for appeared out of the bushes.jāde
EjadinEjadin utiej im jidik wōt ammān arromi teeñki ko ie im jidik wōt ammān roñjake ainikien.It was rather high and we could barely see its lights or hear the sound of its engine. P930arrom
EjaijEjaij juuj e ñan neō.The shoes fit my feet.jaij
EjāikeEjāike wōd jab in.This particular coral head hasn't got many fish.jāike
EjaiurEjaiur.He's slow.iur
 Ejaiur jerbalHe is a slow worker.jāiur
ejajaBọọḷin anidep eo ejaja im to an jok ilaḷ.The ball made specifically for anidep remains in the air for a long time.jaja
ejajeTa ejaje abjāje ke?Can't she tuck things under the arm?abjāje
 Ejaje kaabjājeShe doesn't know how to tuck things under the arm.abjāje
 Ejaje abṇōṇō ñan jidik.He is not bothered one bit.abṇōṇō
 Ejaje abor an etal.It never gets impeded while in progress.abor
 Ejaje aet lowaan ṃaḷoon āniinThere's no current in this lagoon.aet
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ejājekeLikao eṇ ejājeke.That young man is boastful.jājjāj
ejajeḷọkjeṇEdik im ejajeḷọkjeṇ.He is young and innocent.jajeḷọkjeṇ
ejājjājWa ṃōkajkōj eo eṇ ejājjāj toḷọkThe fast boat skimmed westward across the surface.jājjāj
EjājjōEjājjō ḷeeṇHe isn't easily nauseated.jājjō
EjājjōjōEjājjōjō ḷeeṇHe's never nauseated by anything.jājjō
EjakapenEjakapen aebōj jimeeṇ e.This cistern is less than half full.jakapen
EjakkōlkōlEjakkōlkōl ḷeeṇHe isn't scared easily. He's reckless.jakkōl
EjakkūkEjakkūk ḷọk iaar jān lik.Fish are biting less on the lagoon side than on the ocean side.jakkūk
 Ejakkūk raininThe fish are not biting today.jakkūk
EjakkutkutEjakkutkut iṃoko ianeo.The houses on the island are not close together.jọkkutkut
 Etke āinwōt waan raun kaṇe ejakkutkut aer itoitak raan kein.”Why does it seem like the fieldtrip ships don’t travel around much anymore.” P234jọkkutkut
EjakkutkutḷọkEjakkutkutḷọk iṃoko ilo ān eo juon.The houses on the other island are farther apartjọkkutkut
EjakmeejEjakmeej ḷọk ḷadik eṇ edik.The younger boy is a little darker.jakmeej
EjakmejEjakmej ni in wāto in.The coconut trees in this tract are not productive.jakimuur
ejakoEṃṃan mour im ejako abṇōṇō ke ej jino aemed ḷọk in jota.I felt good and was not upset anymore as the evening got cooler. P115aemed
 Ejako aewanlikin aelōñ kein ad ro.The expert fishermen that we once had in our islands are all gone.aewanlik
 Ejako ri-akjijen eo innām taktō eo eñak en et.The person in charge of the oxygen was gone and the doctor didn't know what to do.akjijen
 Jej ba ej pojak in jipañ ak eñin ejako.”We thought it was coming over to help and then it just disappeared.” P1157ba
 Baj ke ejako ṃweeṇ iṃōn?How since she's not at home?baj ke
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EjakōlEjakōl aṃ eb.You dance awkwardly.jakōl
ejakoḷọkWa eo eṇ ejakoḷọk buḷōn dān.The boat disappeared into the water.jako
EjakoṇEjakoṇ karōk lowaan ṃweoThe interior of the house is poorly organized.jọkoṇ
 Ejakoṇ aṃ karōk aḷaḷ kaṇe.You fit the lumber together poorly.jọkoṇ
 Ejakoṇ aḷaḷ ko ñan doon.The lumber doesn't fit together well.jọkoṇ
EjakoololEjakoolol lieṇShe doesn't have much pubic hair.jọkooḷoḷ
EjālEjāl iñiñ kooḷan bōran.He has kinky hair.iñiñ
EjalenEjalen lieṇShe's unmarried.jalen
 Ejalen men e.This thing is by itself.jalen
ejaḷiieEṃṃan wa ṇe bwe ejaḷiie.That canoe is good because its easy to turn.jaḷiie
ejāliñiñEban tọọr ooj ṇe bwe ejāliñiñ.Water won't come out of the hose because it is kinked.jāliñiñ
 Epen an rōḷọk to eṇ bwe ejāliñiñ ilo ra eṇ.That rope won't slip because it's wrapped around the branch.jāliñiñ
EjālitakEjālitak kijeek eo wōt ko.The fire has been protected from the