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Concordance of the Example Sentences

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Ri-aṃwineo ṇeHe's charged with washing people's hands after eating.aṃwin
 Tarrin juon ne jimettan jukwea dettan bọọk eo kaṃbōj eo ejie.The box the compass was in was about one and a half square feet in size. P511jukweea
pāājkōtEitileoñeoñḷọk armej ñan ṃweeṇ ikkure pāājkōt bọọḷ ie.The people are milling around the place they are playing basketball.itileoñeoñ
paākKomaroñ ke kaiiouk tok juon paāk in im bōktok?Could you bring me a whole bag of breadfruit?iio
 Kwōn ineek paāk ṇeYou should carry the bag on your shoulder.ineek
 Ej jañin kōkaan (ekkaan) paāk in raij eo.Nothing has been taken out of the bag of rice.jañin kōkaan
pāākEajjibanban kōn pāāk in waini eo.He was weighted down with a sack of copra.ajjibanban
 Eddo eo an pāāk in nuknuk eo ekaajjibanbane.The weight of the duffle bag was a burden on him.ajjibanban
 Kwōmaroñ ke baajkōḷe juon pāāk in raij?Can you carry a bag of rice on your bicycle?baajkōḷ
 Ear buñtake pāāk eo ej ineke.He fell carrying the sack.buñ
 Kwōn bōk ruo pāāk em kabbwebwe ñan jilu allōñ.Take three sacks to make sure you've got enough for three months.bwe
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pāākinEar kalikiio juon pāākin im wiaiki.He bought a whole bag of breadfruit.likiio
 Ejjeḷọk ri-rejetake ineek meto ḷọk pāākin lōñlōñ in waini ko ñan ḷaita eo.He carried the many sacks of copra all by himself to the lighter at the lagoon beach.rejetak
 Eḷap aninikien ñōñōrñōrin (eññōrñōrin) diin ḷeo ke ej kotak pāākin wainin dedodo eo bwe en baun.The groaning sound of the man's bones was quite audible as he was lifting the heavy sack of dried copra to be weighed.ñōñōrñōr
pāāñRej bwilijmāāṇe pāāñ eoThey are guarding the bank.bwilijmāāṇ
 Iar kadeḷọñ ṃaak ko ilo pāāñ.I deposited my money (definite) in the bank.deḷọñ
 Iar kaddeḷọñ ṃaak ilo pāāñ.I deposited my money in the bank.deḷọñ
 Pāāñ eo ear kajjilibuwiḷọk aer tala.The bank gave each of them three hundred dollars.jilubukwi
 Epeḷḷọk ke pāāñ eṇIs the safe open?pāāñ
PaanePaane paane raj eo.Feed the whale (words from a chant).paane
 Paane paane raj eo.Feed the whale (words from a chant).paane
pāāñiKwōn pāāñi ṃani nājū.Put my money in the safe.pāāñ
pāāñkōḷKwōn pāāñkōḷ tok ñan bade eṇ.Wear a bracelet to the party.pāāñkōḷ
pāāntōreJibwe tok ṃōk jebkwanwūjọ eo ilo pāāntōre ṇeCould you hand me the coconut oil from the pantry?jebkwanwūjọ
 Irọọl tok ñan raij eo im ḷak lale ke ebwe ñan kōjota, ijujen kọkoṇe ḷọk wōt i lowaan pāāntōre eo an wa eo.I returned to the rice, and realizing that the left-over was enough for dinner, I then stowed it in the boat’s pantry. P390kọkkoṇkoṇ
pāārokōrāāpJete jāntōj ilo pāārokōrāāp ṇeHow many sentences does that paragraph have?jāntōj
pāātEḷap an būbjetjet (ibbwijetjet) kōn an pāāt.The smell of the sea is all over the place because the low tide.būbjetjet
 Ebbwilwōdwōd tok kōn an pāāt.The smell of reef is all over the place because it's low tide.būbwilwōdwōd
 Iar etal iene ke ej pāāt ñan āneṇI walked to that small islet during low tide.etal iene
 Jaikuj kaiptuik wa in im kōttar an pāāt.We should heave to and wait for the low tide.iptu
 Pāāt jelōñlōñHigh and dry (low tide, reef exposed).jelōñlōñ
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paataBojin eo ej bwebwenato ñan Jema kōn an kar nana kōjeien ilo paata eo an kar America im Japan.The Boatswain was telling Father a story about how bad things were for him during the war between the United States and Japan. P978kōjea-
pāātḷọkEkkar bwe jen akekein pāātḷọk.It's better that we tow it when the tide is ebbing.akake
pāātōreEj ajete ḷọk pāātōre eṇ ñan ḷeeṇHe's putting acid in the battery for that man.ajet
 Ekauwōtata ajetin pāātōre innem kōjparoke jān ajiri ro.The acid that's used in batteries is dangerous therefore keep it out of reach of the children.ajet
pāātreJaaje pāātre ṇeCharge the battery.jaaj
pābōḷKwōn jouj in pileini ekkar ñan pābōḷ e an wūntō e.Please plane it so it can fit the bevel of the window sill.pābōḷ
PādPād ilo aelor ṇeStay in that shade.aelor
 Ak 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
 Eakaje 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
 Ke iar pād i Tonga iar kanooj ketak kōn an kōbbōkakkak alin jar kaṇ an Katlik raṇ ie.When I was in Tonga I was deeply moved by the hymns sung by the Catholic congregation.alin jar
 Kwōnaaj pād ia allōñ in ilaḷ?Where will you be next month?allōñ in laḷ
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pāddoIkar aikuj dāpij tibat eo bwe en jab okjak im pāddo kenọkwōle ḷọk kijeek eo bwe ej itok wōt in mej kōn an ṃōḷauwi kane ko.I had to hold onto the teapot, so it wouldn't topple over, and occasionally stir the fire, which tended to die because the firewood was damp. P885kenọkwōl
 Ej pāddo wōtIt rains off and on.pād o
pādjakeKwōnaaj pādjake peiṃ ḷọk em eanilen.You'll keep putting off getting your hand fixed until it gets infected.pād
 Ear pādjake jemān aujpitōḷ.He stayed with his father at the hospital.pād
pāinḷọkKwōn pāinḷọk aḷaḷ ṇe ṇa iuṃwin ṃōṇePut that piece of wood under the house there.pepāin
pajoKwōn jinṃaiki ḷọk pajo ṇe bwe jen eọñōd.Hurry up and mash that chum so we can start fishing.jinṃa
 Jenaaj ruj in jibbōñ tata im pajo.We'll get up early and squash hermit crabs for bait.pajo
pakijEḷap an bwilọkwōjkwōj aṃ kar limi pakij eYou wrapped this package sloppily.buḷọkwōjkwōj
 Eṃōj ke aṃ korake pakij eoHave you wrapped the package yet?korak
 Eḷap pakij jān kwe.I can stay under longer than you.pakij
 Ruo wōt wūd e ilo pakij in jikka e kiiō.There are only two cigarettes left in this pack.wūd
pakijiKwōn pakiji nuknuk kaṇe im eermeeḷi.Put those dresses in a package and airmail them.pakij
pakijinIkar bōk rualiktōk pakijin petkōj jāne im rọọl lōñ ḷọk eaki.I got eight packets of biscuits from the tin and took them up. P962pakij
pakkeKwōnaaj ri-alej ilo pakke eṇ ñan kōj.You will be the one who aims the canon for us.alej
 Jootin pakke.Cannon bullet.joot
 Eḷap an pañijñij ainikien pakke eṇThe noise of the cannon shook everything.pañijñij
pakoEto wōt im to an pako ko itūrrọọle im allọke wa eo.For a long time the sharks kept going around and around cautiously surveying the boat. P1009allọk
 Eaṃaṃ pako.Something's attracting the sharks.aṃaṃ
 Kwōn ane tok pako eṇ bwe jen dibōje.Lure that shark here so we can spear it.anan
 Pako eo eṇ eṃōj dibdibōje.The shark has been speared many times.debdeb
 Lukkuun depdep in pako men eṇ.That's a very huge shark.depdep
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paḷeEḷap an ḷōṃaraṇ paḷe doonThey are both eager for revenge.paḷ
pāleBọke pāle ṇeMake a torch.bọk
 Kōjro etal in bọk pāle in kabwil.Let's go make torches for torch fishing.bọk
 Kwōn kōṃṃan tok ida bwe jen jino bọk pāle.Make some bands so that we can start making some torches from dry coconut fronds.ida
 Kwōnañin bọk ke pāle?Haven't you wrapped a torch yet?pāle
paleekEar erom juon ri-Ṃajeḷ ālkin an paleek juon ri-Ṃajeḷ.He became a Marshallese citizen after he married a Marshallese.erom
pāleekKwōj irooj-emṃaan kiiō bwe eṃōj aṃ pāleek lerooj eṇ.You are now an Iroojemṃaan because you have taken that lerooj as your wife.irooj-eṃṃaan
pāleeṃJab jājjāj kake lieṇ pāleeṃ.Don't boast about your wife.jājjāj
pāleenKōn an jeja ek eṃṃan ḷeo ear kaalle kijen lio pāleen.Because there wasn't any good fish around he had to catch wrasse to feed his wife.alle
 Ej anbōro kōn jāān ko an ḷeo pāleen emejShe's using her deceased husband's money to get in good with her lover.anbōro
 Jab aṇokṇake pāleen rūturuṃDon't covet your neighbor's spouse.aṇokṇak
 Kwōn jab ankoṇak iṃōn ri-turuṃ, kwōn jab ankoṇak lio pāleen ri-turuṃ, jaab karejeran ṃaan, jaab karejeran kōrā, jaab an kau, jaab an aj, jaab men ko jabdewōt an ri-turuṃ.Thou shalt not covet they neighbor’s house; thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor’s. S5aṇokṇak
 Ejjañin wōr pāleen kōn an jetaḷe.He doesn't have a wife because he is lacking in sex appeal.jataḷe
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paleleEkainepataik ke kwaar palele.It upsets me that you got married.ke
pāleleEban pālele bwe ejokwa.She won't get married for she's very homely.jokwa
 Ear kaarmejjete kalliṃur in pālele ko an.He defied his marriage vows.kaarmejjet
 Ekijoroor likao eo in pālele.The young man can’t wait to get married.kijooror
 Ñāāt eṇ erro ar pālele jāneSince when have they been married?pālele
PāleṃoronPāleṃoron ro an irooj eṇ raṇe.They are the chief's bosom friends.pāleṃoron
pālikiEj pāliki ut ko pāllin.She's putting flowers on as a wreath.pālpel
pālleEpād im ḷak jāde tok, eri-aelōñin pālle.When he returned after being absent for some time, he seemed more American.aelōñin pālle
 Ri-aelōñin pālle ro nukuṃ remoottok.Your relatives from America are here.aelōñin pālle
 Eakaje ṃūtōn kōn an kar pād ilo aelōñin pālle kaṇHe acts like a V.I.P. ever since he went to the U.S.akaje
 Albokbōrọroin pālle.An albokbōrọro plant from America.albokbōrọro
 Eṃṃan tata baidin pālle.American smoking pipes are the best.baid
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pālleikEṃōj ṇe aṃ kari-aelōñin pālleik eokStop pretending you're a white man.aelōñin pālle
pāllinEj pālōk kūrawūn eo pāllin.She's wearing her crown.pālli-
 Pāllin ta ṇe kwōj ḷōōteWhat's that lei you're stringing for?pālli-
 Ej pālōke ut eo pāllin.She's putting on a wreath.pālpel
 Ej pāliki ut ko pāllin.She's putting flowers on as a wreath.pālpel
pāloEḷap an lio pālo kōn ajri ro nājin.She is worn out from taking care of her children.pālo
PaḷōjiPaḷōji ṃweiuk kaṇe bwe ren ṃukkoPut the merchandise on the pallet so we may winch them up.paḷōt
pālōkEj pālōk kūrawūn eo pāllin.She's wearing her crown.pālli-
pālōkeEj pālōke ut eo pāllin.She's putting on a wreath.pālpel
pālpelEj pālpel (kōn) utShe has flowers on her head.pālpel
pāluArmej pālu ḷeeṇThat's one tired guy!pālo
pañḶeo ej pañ pein in itōn bait.He is putting up his fists to fight.pañ
pānetBarāinwōt ñoñorñorin pānet ko ke rej irir i kōtaan wab eo im wa eo.I could also hear the boat’s fenders making a crunching noise when they rubbed between the pier and the boat. P347irir
pañijñijEḷap an pañijñij ainikien pakke eṇ.The noise of the cannon shook everything.pañijñij
pānukEṃōj pānuk ḷọk jeṇ kōn kwōpej.The trash has been piled up over there.pānuk
 Eṃōj pānuk ioon wab eo kōn armej im rej ūlūl wōt jān doon, joñan an lōñ.There were so many people on the pier that they were standing shoulder to shoulder. P1339pānuk
 Eṃōj pānuk ioon wab eo kōn armej im rej ūlūl wōt jān doon, joñan an lōñ.There were so many people on the pier that they were standing shoulder to shoulder. P1339ūlūl
pānuktokRaar pānuktok wōt nuknuk ṇa ije.Someone just threw these clothes down here.pānuk
paoEṃṃan pao tok in āneoThe islet looks good from here (on a boat).pao
paotokinLukkuun paotokin ri-airwaro men eṇ.He sure looks like a trouble maker.airuwaro
pāpijekBaj āt eo pāpijek.An absolute rascal.āt
pāpjelKwōn pojak wōt in pāpjel ṃae ri-kadek eo ñe enaaj itok.Be ready to stop the drunk if he comes.pāpjel ṃae
pārājeteKwōn jab pārājete ajri ṇe bwe enaaj wōtlọk.Don't carry that child with one hand or it will fall.pārājet
parijetJuon uweo jekad ejok ioon buwae ṇe iōñ, ak jet roro armej ioon parijet rej jeeaaḷ tok.I saw a black noddy land on the northern buoy and some people on the shore beckoning to us. P523jekad
 Lali ek kaṇ parijet.Look at those fish at the shore.parijet
PārōjiJijej ear kōmour ri-akā eo im kabwilōñ Pārōji roJesus healed the palsy and amazed the Pharisees.akā
parōkIṃōk im parōk, kwōn jipañ .I'm tired and faint, please help me. (from a hymn)parōk
pārorāikKwōn pārorāik bōb ṇeCarry that pandanus with both hands.pārorā
pārorāikiMāllen 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
partyRikadōk ro rar kajaṃōṇōṇōi party.The drunkards made the party uninteresting.jaṃōṇōṇō
pataEaḷap pata.He's physically old but mentally immature.aḷap
 Eamṇak kōn an kar peran jiṃṃaan ilo pata.He has a lot of land as a result of his grandfather's bravery in battles.amṇak
 Ri-ba pata etan armej eo ṇeHe is the one who always calls people's names for nothing.ba pata
 Kwōn jab ba pata etan aṃ Irooj.Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.ba pata
 Kwōn jab ba pata etaDon't call me for nothing.ba pata
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patōkEar kanooj ṃajōjō ke raar patōk ṇai laḷ.He was really stunned when they threw him on the ground.ṃajōjō
patōḷIa ṇe kwōj patōḷ ḷọk ñaneWhere are you pedaling to?patōḷ
patpatÑe ikar ruṃwij inaaj kar patpat ṇa i kiin wa eo.If I had been slow I would have been thrown against the wall of the boat. P600kii-
 Eḷap an kar patpat ḷeo juon ṇai laḷ.The other one was thrown down hard.patpat
 Ewi ledik eo bwe en etal patpat raijWhere is the girl that is supposed to go wash the rice?patpat
peKoṃeañ naaj bar pe tok,” irooj eo ebaj ikkūr tok.You are going drift back here,” the Chief yelled to us. P488pe-
 Ekwe koṃeañ etal wōt im jerak, ak kab lale ṃōk ke koṃ naaj bar pe tok im eọtōk iaelōñ in,” Irooj eo eba.Okay, go ahead and sail, but you are just going to drift and end up back here where you started,” the chief said. P253pe-
peaIar wiaik juon pea in jodi.I bought myself a pair of zoris.jodi
 Juon pea kiiñA pair of kings.kiiñ
 Jete pea in jodi eo kwaar wiaiki?How many pairs of zoris did you buy?pea
peāneJema 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
PeautiPeauti añkō ṇePay out the rope for the anchor.peaut
pebaJerbal eo an eṇ baeḷi peba kaṇHe's employed as a file clerk.baeḷ
 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
 Edāpijek peba ko ippān doon.The papers are fastened together.dāpijek
 Ilo an ibeb ḷọk kōn menokadu im ijibwe tok juon ṃōttan peba im deele.I saw that he was dripping with sweat so I got a piece of paper and used it to fan him. P1097deelel
 Wōn e ear imkilkil peba ṇai ilowaan mwiin.Who tore up these fine pieces of paper inside the house?imkilkil
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pebainIj aikuj etal ñan opiij eṇ in kanne pebain jerak eo an wa in.I need to go to the District Office and fill out the sailing papers for this boat. P393peba
pedañōtñōtEḷap an pedañōtñōt būḷāwut ṇeThat plywood is flexible.pedañōtñōt
pedañwūjñwūjJoñan an peran jañin baaṃ eo ekiōk pedañwūjñwūj.The explosion was so loud it was nearly deafening.pedañwūjñwūj
peddejọkweEwōtlọk im peddejọkwe ioon laḷ.It fell and got smashed on the ground.peddejọkwe
pedejdejLur pedejdejFlat calmpedej
 Ḷak jọteen ḷọk eo elur pedejdej ak kōmmān bwilōñ ke ejej iju i lañ meñe en kar or bwe ejej kōdọ i mejatoto.It was completely calm as the evening came on but we were surprised that there weren’t any stars in the sky when we should have seen them as there wasn't a speck of cloud in the sky. P1031pedej
pedetJoñan an pedet armej, edeḷọñ im kọkkure kweilọk eo.He's so forward, he went in and broke up the meeting.pedet armej
pedkatEar kājoone pedkat eoHe jumped over the mud puddle.kājoon
pedoEṃṃan wōt babu pedo ippaI like to sleep on my stomach.pedo
 Ettōr em pedo.He ran and fell on his face.pedo
 Itūrrọọlin util de eo, eñeo ejab pedo ak ejutak wōt im pojak.His was the circling movement of an agile person such that he didn't fall but stood poised and ready.itūrrọọl
pedowanLale kottōr em pedowan ajri ṇeIf you run with the baby you may fall with it on its face.pedo
pedpedKoṃwij etal ke in jabuki baruun merā eṇ ej lọklọk ioon pedped?Are you going to use the jabuk method and catch the school of parrotfish feeding on the reef?jabuk
 Ṇo eo ekōjaliraraiki ṇa ioon pedped.The wave flopped him down on the reef edge.jālirara
 Ejejjat ioon pedped.There is no water on the reef.jejjat
 Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej kaikikūt ilik ioon pedped.The men are fishing on the reef at the ocean side.kaikikūt
 Bwidej ej pedped eo an aolep menin jeraaṃṃan.Land is the basis of all wealth.pedped
pedpedeEmake pedpede likin āninThis island has quite a reef.pedped
pedpedinEerbooj ear abbaiki pedpedin ĀnewātakThe air force was dynamiting the Eniwetak reef.abba
 Ta eo ear kōṃṃan addiin pedpedin āninWhat caused the narrow gashes you see on the reef around the island?addi
 Epedobare pedpedin likin āninThere are plenty of sea-slugs on the ocean-side reef of this island.pedobar
peejinKwōn itok jen almaroñ im ṃōñā ilo peejin.Come let's all join in and eat out of this bowl.almaroñ
peejinejEwōr juon jerbal in peejinej eṃōj kajutake.I have just established a business of my own.jerbal
peejnejEjeraaṃṃan ilo an peejnej.He is successful in business.jeraaṃṃan
 Eḷap an jerata peejnej eo an.His business venture was a flop.jerata
 Ewiin peejnej eo an.His business brought him profits.wiin
peejnejeKwōn jab peejneje armej kōn waj nana kaṇe.Stop cheating people with those poor quality watches.kōn
 Kwōn jab peejneje armej kōn waj nana kaṇe.Stop cheating people with those poor quality watches.peejnej
peekEkwe ej jab nana ak kwōn kōpopo ilo boojaṃ bwe jen jab peḷọk im peek aelōñin Ṇauṇau,” Bojin eo erere ke ej ba men in.Alright, no big deal, but you should go get yourself ready so we won’t drift and end up on the island of Ṇauṇau,” the Boatswain said as he laughed. P290booj
 Ta ḷōṃa, ṃool ke ripālle raṇe reitōm peek ad jerakrōk ikōtaan aelōñ kein ad?” Bojin eo eba ilo an ainikien ḷōkatipWhat, is it true that the Americans have come in and taken control of us sailing around our own islands?” the Boatswain said in an angry voice. P395itōm
 Eban peekHe'll never dominate me.peek
peeḷKōjañ peeḷ ṇe bwe ejejjet joñoul awa.Ring the bell; it's exactly ten o'clock.jejjet
 Ejejjet awa in an jañ peeḷ ṇeIt's time for the bell to be rung.jejjet
peenJuon e bọọntōn peen.I have a fountain pen.bọọntōn peen
 Komaroñ ke inikitok peen e ?Could you put ink in my pen?inik
 Iar konaik peen e .I snitched this pen.kona
 Kwōnañin lelo (ello) ke aṃ peen?Haven't you found yourself a pen yet?lelo
 Kwaar lo ke peen eo ?Did you see my pen?lelo
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peenenAn wōn ṇe peen kwōj peenen kakeWhose pen are you using?peenen
peeñkaRej peeñka.They are playing banker.peeñka
peetKwōn kōbabuuk niñniñ ṇe ṇai raan peet ṇePut the baby down on the bed there.babu
 Enañin būtoñe ke peet eṇHas a mattress been put on the bed?būtoñ
 Kwōn etal ilo peet eṇ im erḷọke diiṃ.Go lie down and relax.erḷọk
 Ḷōṃaro raar etalpeet ke peet.The men etalepeet during the low tide.etalpeet
 Rōnaaj jāāke peet kaṇ buñniin.They'll have a bed check tonight.jāāk
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peetoElōñ mejān aṃ ātet innem kwomaroñ in peeto kōtaan apit to!Your eyes are looking at too many choices which will result in the achievement of none.Your eyes are looking at too many choices which will result in the achievement of none. (Lit. Having too many eyes to take in your choice will cause you to loose your grip and to drift aft between the outrigger and the hull and away from the canoe.ātet
peierEkadu addi kaṇ eoḷōpān peier. / Ekadu addi-eoḷapier.Their middle fingers are short.addi-eoḷap
peijKwōn ālōkḷọk ṃōk peij ṇePlease turn your book to the next page.ālāl
 Kwōn jebrano bwe ña ij peij.You sing soprano and I'll sing bass.jebrano
 Kwōnaaj ikkure ilo jekōn peij.You will play second base.jekōn
 Jete peij in bok ṇe aṃ?How many pages in that book of yours?peij
peijinEḷaññe kwaar kijenmej jān jinoun, kemij kejatdikdik bwe ilo awa in kwōj riiti peijin, kwōmaroñ kōnono im meḷeḷe kajin ṂajeḷIf you have been diligent from the beginning, we hope that when you read this page, you are able to speak and understand Marshallese. S29kijenmej
 Eḷaññe kwaar kijenmej jān jinoun, kemij kōjatdikdik bwe ilo awa in kwōj riiti peijin, kwōmaroñ kōnono im meḷeḷe kajin ṂajeḷIf you have been diligent from the beginning, we hope that when you read this page, you are able to speak and understand Marshallese. S29kōjatdikdik
 Ejjeḷam peijin.He has a very deep voice.peij
peikabḶadik eo ear kauboweik peikab eoThe boy jumped on the pick-up truck while it was still moving (just like a cowboy).kaubowe
peimWōt ṇe peim ekōjertaik eok.The boil on your hand made you unable to throw accurately.jerta
peiṃEṃōj ṇe aṃ kabūrōrōik akkiin peiṃ.You should refrain from painting your finger nails.akkiin pā
 Lale kwōaṃaik peiṃ.Be careful you don't hammer your finger.aṃa
 Kwōn aṃōn peiṃ ilo bakōj ṇeWash your hands in the bucket.aṃōn
 Kwōn aṃwin(i) peiṃ ṃokta jān aṃ ṃōñāWash your hands before eating.aṃwin
 Kwōn jab kabbwiroroik peiṃ.Don't let your hands smell like bwirobūbwiroro
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peimiKoṃwin jake jibwil eo im letok peimi.Be considerate and give us a helping hand.jake jibwil
 Epetḷọk peimi jān ṃoktaYou're getting warmed up. You're getting better than before.pet pā
peinJoñan an kajoor addiin pein, ear addi-diki kilōk eo im kotake.He's got such strong fingers, he lifted the big food basket with his pinky.addi-dik
 Adenpe ekij pein im jako.An adenpe shark bit his hand off.adenpe
 Aerin bōtōktōkin ekein pein tuanmiiñ ear kautaṃweiki jān jerbal.The blood pressure he felt in the blood vessels in his left arm prevented him from work.aerin bōtōktōk
 Lio eraakutake turin mejān ḷeo kōn akkiin pein kōkañkōñ (ekkañkōñ).The woman scratched his face with her razor-sharp finger nails.akkiin pā
 Aṃwin pein ṃōjin an ṃōñāWash his hands after he eats.aṃwin
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peinaelEkar jeḷati baib ko wōt me ejeḷā ke rōboṇ kōn peinael.He only took off the ones he knew were clogged with paint oil. P714boṇ
 Aolepān lowaan baib iaar jeḷati im boṇ kōn peinael.The pipes I removed are all clogged with paint oil. P630im
 Rōkwōj kōn peinael im ijaje ewi kilen naaj karreoiki ke ejjeḷọk kein jerbal rot eṇ.”They are all stiff with paint oil and I don’t know how I am going to clean them since I don’t really have the right tools.” P725kwōj
 Ak erki tāāñin peinael ko?” Jema ebar kajjitōk.Where are the containers of paint thinner?" Father asked. P410peinael
 Peinael!” Jema euwaake. Paint oil!” Father replied. P627peinael
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peiūAddi lepin peiū.My thumb.addi-lep
 Eanilen kinej e peiū.This cut on my hand is infected.anilen
 Kwōn aruj tenaḷ e peiū.Pick the splinter out of my hand.arar
 Ealkōk akkiin peiū.My fingernail got bent back.ālkōk
 Ebbōjbōj peiū.My arm is swollen in many places.bōbōj
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peiūṃIoḷe jera e, letok peiūṃ bwe koṃwij tan etal kiiō,” eba im jaake tok pein.Well my friend, let me shake your hand because it looks like you are leaving now,” he said as he reached out his hand. P472
pejEṃōj ṇe aṃ ajoḷjoḷe pej ṇe bwe emaat kobban.Stop gnawing at the pandanus key because the juice is all gone.ajoḷjoḷ
 Ekaamijak pej eṇ pijin lieṇ.She has a malignant placenta.pej
pejajuukJemān ear pejajuuk kōn an kar jako boñ.Her father spanked her for going out last night.pejaju
pejiniKwōn pejini dān ṇeCatch the water in the basin.pejin
pejlọkElel ek eo im pejlọk.The fish was hit with the spear and pierced through.pejlọk
pejmāmÑe kwōj ṃōñā tọ kwōj aikuj pejmām.When you chew sugar cane you have to spit out the fibers.pejmām
pejpejEḷap an pejpej iarin āninThe lagoon beach of this island is very shallow.pejpej
pejpetokEbooḷ ānin kōn pejpetok.There are a lot of drifters on this island.pejpetok
pekaEwi peka eo bwe jen kilọki bōb ?Go find the pandanus scraper so that we can extract the juice from these pandanus.peka
pekabiJenaaj pekabi ḷọk ñāāt ṃweiuk ?When will we deliver the merchandise with the pick-up?pekab
pekeTa eṇ rej peke?What are they conferring about?pepe
peḷaakinEḷap peḷaakin kāāṃbōj eṇ an U.H..The U.H. has a big campus.kāāṃbōj
 Eṃṃan peḷaakin turin āninThis island is in a beautiful area.peḷaak
 Eṃṃan peḷaakin āninThis island has a good layout.peḷaak
peḷakIṃōn wōn peḷak eWhose shack is this?peḷak
peljoEban peljo kaabjājeūMy method of tucking things under the arm is obvious.abjāje
 Aililōkin ḷaro eban peljo.The association of the broken-hearted is easy to detect.aililōk
 Ri-kaaitoktok nuknuk rōban peljo.One can easily pick out from a crowd those who wear long dresses.aitok
 Ajwewein Joun ñe ej jerbal eban peljo.Jones's whistling while working is one of a kind.ajwewe
 Eban peljo bwe ealikkar awetak eṇ an.You can't miss him because of his outstanding part.awetak
peljoḷọkKwōn peljoḷọk ippāer wōj.Go mix in with all of them.peljo
peḷḷọkEar peḷḷọk juon depouk jān Kuwaaṃ.A flight of planes took off from Guam.depouk
 Eruṃwij jibwe jān an dipāl em peḷḷọk.Before I could grab him he had already crouched and sprang away.dipāl
 Kwōn dumeje eṃ nuknuk ṇe bwe en jab peḷḷọk.Stake down the tent so it won't blow away.dumej
 Eḷap an baj injin eo kajoor ñan dettan wa eo innem ewātin peḷḷọk jān ioon dān ñe ej tōtōr eake, eḷaptata ñe ej jej kobban.The engine was very strong for the size of the boat, so it nearly skipped from the water’s surface when it was motoring with it, especially when there was no cargo. P10ḷap
 Ej baj meḷan ḷọk ak ej kab jino an eñaktok im ejino peḷḷọk kōmālij e .After a moment I began to realize what was happening and my head started to clear up. P586peḷḷọk
peḷḷọkinMeñe eṃṃanḷọk roñ peḷḷọkin naan ko an Kapen eo, āinwōt eitok wōt bwe in kar tōmak naan ko an Jema kōnke elōñ de alen an kar Kapen eo jirillọk.Although what the Captain said sounded good, I was more inclined to believe Father because the Captain had already made so many mistakes on this trip and so many bad things were happening as a result. P875jirilọk
peḷoKwōn pukot juon peḷo ṇe aṃ.Pick on your peer.peḷo
pelọkKememej bwe ekadu tōllọk in ak eaetok pelọk in.”Remember that the path may be short, but not when you drift off course.” P487tōllọk
peḷọkEaeliki kōrkōr eo im peḷọk.The current flowing out drifted the canoe away.aelik
 Ekwe ej jab nana ak kwōn kōpopo ilo boojaṃ bwe jen jab peḷọk im peek aelōñin Ṇauṇau,” Bojin eo erere ke ej ba men in.Alright, no big deal, but you should go get yourself ready so we won’t drift and end up on the island of Ṇauṇau,” the Boatswain said as he laughed. P290booj
 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
 Raar peḷọk iuṃwin elōñ raan im eọtōkḷọk Ujlañ.They drifted for many days and were finally stranded at Ujlañ.eọtōk
 Eibwiji wa eo im peḷọk.The tide came up and the canoe drifted away.ibwij
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pelōñEjino ibwij tok im wa eo ejino pelōñ tak im jepaan wōt ioon ọb eo.The tide was starting to come in and the boat was starting to float upwards to the same level as the dock. P312jepaa-
peḷọñeRej jino peḷọñe wa eṇ.They are beginning to put the other parts on the canoe.peḷọñ
pelōñtakTa ṇe ej pelōñtak?What is that floating to the surface?pelōñ
pelpeliKoṃ ar pelpeli ia ek kein?Where did you use the scarer and catch these fish?pelpel
penEṃṃan ñe kwōañinwoḷāiki bwe en pen.It would be better if you put braces to strengthen it.añinwoḷā
 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
 Kwōn booje bwe en pen.Tie it up tight.booj
 Ṃokta ear kanooj pen an juon al buñbuñ kōn an iiet armej eṇ ej roñ.Before, it was difficult for a song to be well known, because there were few people who heard it. S26buñbuñ
 Ij jañin kajjioñ ak bōlen eban pen bwe āinwōt iḷak baj lale men eo jej wōjak de eṇ kōdapili taij kaṇ im ewaḷọk bōnbōn eo ad.I haven’t tried but it probably wouldn’t be hard, because it seems like I just saw how they do it; you just roll the dice and the number of points show. P167dāpilpil
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penāEwōtlọk tibat eo im penā.The tea kettle fell and got dented.penā
penejeḷōnRaar wākare kōn penejeḷōn.They gave me a shot of penicillin.wākar
penjakEkar jab to aerro ḷọk ak erro tōpar āne im ato ḷọk i arin ān eo im wōnāne ḷọk ioon bok im penjak ḷọk ilo juon mejate ilo kōṇṇat ko.They didn’t swim for long; they soon reached the island and came out of the lagoon and went across the sand and then were out of sight on a small path between the Scaveola. P1252kōṇṇat
 Kwōn bar rakij mejate ṇe bwe eitan penjak.Clear out the path again because it's overgrown.mejate
 Kwomaroñ ke mouji ioon ijeṇe ekilmeej bwe en penjak?Could you white out the black spot so it's not visible? mouj
 Ekar penjak ḷọk wōt ak iroñ ainikien Bojin eo an kōnono ḷọk ñan e.He was out of my sight but I heard the Boatswain talking to him. P1070penjak
penjānMen eo penjān kaajliiñ eṇ ṇeThat is the stopper for that (gasoline) drumpenja-
 Kiiō rej kōṃṃan penjān mejān bwe en jab wōtḷọk menọknọk ak jabdewōt men ilowaan im kattoone.Now they make a cover for the opening so that trash or anything else doesn’t fall into it and contaminate it. S22penja-
 Kiiō rej kōṃṃan penjān mejān bwe en jab wōtḷọk menọknọk ak jabdewōt men ilowaan im kattoone.Now they make a cover for the opening so that trash or anything else doesn’t fall into it and contaminate it. S22tōtoon
penkōEajet penkō ṇeThat vinegar has already become acid.ajet
 Eajete penkō ṇeThat vinegar is acidic.ajet
 Ñe eto ḷọk wōt an pād jimañūñ eo enaaj erom penkō.If it stands longer as jimañūñ, it will become vinegar. S19ñe
 Ñe eto ḷọk wōt an pād jimañūñ eo enaaj erom penkō.If it stands longer as jimañūñ, it will become vinegar. S19penkō
PenkweikiPenkweiki kweet ṇe kijerro.Smother our octopus in grated coconut.penkwe
PennaatEtale ḷọk Pennaat jān Jirokle.Pennaat is more popular with women than Jirokle.taḷe
penpenRej penpen raijThey are adding grated coconut to rice(balls).penpen
peñpeñEḷap an peñpeñ rūbait eṇ.That fighter is muscular.peñpeñ
peoeoḶōṃaro rej peoeo nuknukThe fellows tore clothes.peoeo
peọọtRaar peọọt peba eo an kōn an kaammeọeo.They tore up his paper because he was cheating.kaammeọeo
 Rej peọọt nuknuk ko.They tore the clothes.peoeo
peọọteAk jen ḷak jerake wūjḷā e kōto in enaaj peọọte,” Bojin eo eba.And if we put up the sail, the wind will just rip it up,” the Boatswain said. P726peoeo
pepakijinEjjeḷọk pepakijin (eppakijin) ḷeeṇHe sure can stay long under the water.pakij
pepakokoEkkar ñan bwebwenato, elukkuun pepakoko lowaan to in.As the story goes, this pass is teeming with sharks. P1321pako
pepaḷEḷak lukore kūta eo aolep im pepaḷ (eppaḷ).As he strummed on the guitar, everyone went agape.lukor
 Joñan pepaḷ ikar aḷḷañ.I was so amazed my mouth was hanging open. P1193pepaḷ
 Erūttoḷọk em pepaḷ (eppaḷ).He's getting senile and absent-minded.pepaḷ
pepālleleEḷak rọọl tok eri-aelōñin pepāllele ḷọk jān eo.When he came back he acted more American-ish than before.aelōñin pālle
pepārijetKwōn jab ṃōñā kọnōt bwe kwōnaaj pepārijet (eppārijet).Don't eat kọnet shells or you will get this certain sickness.pepārijet
pepeAerjeañ pepe.It's the decision of the four of them.aerjeañ
 Aerjemān pepe.It's up to the four of them.aermān
 Ami pepe.It's up to you (pl.).ami
 Amiiañ ke pepe?Is it any business of yours (four persons)?amiiañ
 Amimān pepe.It's up to the four of you.amimān
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pepedakilkilErup bato eo im pepedakilkil (eppedakilkil).The bottle broke into smithereens.pedakilkil
pepedikdikJab pepedikdik (eppedikdik) bwe eboñ.Don't be slow because it's almost night.pepedikdik
pepedkateEḷap an pepedkate (eppedkate) lowaan iaḷ eo.The road is muddy.pedkat
pepejọrjorIm ikar roñ ainikien ṃūṃūṇṃūṇ ke erro kar pepejọrjor ijo i lōñ in pojak in diak.And I heard the sound of their treading feet as they moved around and got ready to change the sail from one side to the other to tack the boat. P1101ṃūṃūṇṃūṇ
 Im ikar roñ ainikien ṃūṃūṇṃūṇ ke erro kar pepejọrjor ijo i lōñ in pojak in diak.And I heard the sound of their treading feet as they moved around and got ready to change the sail from one side to the other to tack the boat. P1101pepejọrjor
 Alikkar aerro kar jino pepejọrjor.It was obvious they were getting ready to go P679pepejọrjor
pepelLiṃaro rej pepel (eppel) aj in ṃweoThe women are gathering pandanus leaves for thatching the house.pepel
pepenpeneKwōn pepenpene (eppenpene) kapin ainbat ṇeKeep banging on that kettle (held upside down -- to make clean).penpen
pepeọeọọteEjjidikdik jān wōt aer kar pepeọeọọte.It was in shreds after they tore it to pieces.jān
pepepeErro jab kijer in diake wa eo ak kōmmān pepepe wōt ijo im apāde kabōlbōl eo.They didn’t tack the boat quite yet and instead just floated for a while waiting and watching the glowing light. P1113kijer
 Ta uweo ej pepepe (eppepe) iarWhat is that way over there floating near the lagoon beach?pepepe
 Ilo iien eo ke ekar kun injin eo im wa eo ej pepepe bajjek ej kab toojḷọk ainikien kōto eo.Once the engine was off and the boat was just floating, the sound of the wind became much more obvious. P663tooj
 Io ña, iḷak baj jeparujruj im rōre lọk ilo tōlien pako rej idepdep ippān doon im aojọjọ ipeḷaakin ijo wa eo ej pepepe ieI got really excited, too, when I looked out and saw a huge group of sharks swimming in a frenzy around the area where our boat was floating. P998aojọjọ
peperpereKwōn jab peperpere (epperpere) wa eṇ.Don't always underestimate the ability of that canoe (to get us there).perper
pepetpetEkadik pepetpet (eppetpet) an kukure (ikkure).He fouls often when playing.pet
pepnuknukEar lilu (illu) im pepnuknuk (eppānuknuk)ṇabōjḷọk nuknuk.He got angry and threw clothes all over the place.pānuk
pepojakjakḶōṃaro raṇ rej pepojakjak (eppojakjak) wōt in etal.The men are still working at getting ready to go.pojak
pepojakjekRūttariṇae in Jepaan ro i Ruōt rej baj pepojakjek wōt in ruk-bueer ak ejodik ṃōrein in Amedka ro im buuk er im remej.While the Japanese soldiers were gathering their ammunition together the American marines landed and shot them dead.ruk-bo
pepokpokEkijoñ pepokpok (eppokpok) tōrej eo.The thread is always tangled.pok
PeptaijJakkūramenin Peptaij.The Sacrament of Baptism.jakkūramen
 Raar jebbare Jọọn Peptaij.They beheaded John the Baptist.jebbar
peptaijiBata eṇ ear peptaiji ajri e.That priest baptized this child.peptaij
peranEamṇak kōn an kar peran jiṃṃaan ilo pata.He has a lot of land as a result of his grandfather's bravery in battles.amṇak
 Ejako ḷōmṇakin mijak im lōḷñoñ ak epād wōt ḷōmṇakin peran im kijenmej.We were able to shed ourselves of fear and trepidation and instead felt courageous and optimistic. P951lōḷñọñ
 Joñan an peran jañin baaṃ eo ekiōk pedañwūjñwūj.The explosion was so loud it was nearly deafening.pedañwūjñwūj
 Eḷap an peran ainikien bu eo.The noise of the gun is loud.peran
 Raar piniktake rūttariṇae ro bwe ren peran.They chanted to the warriors to make them brave.piniktak
perañWūnōk i jabōn perañ.Food stored at the edge of the special basket.perañ
pereKwōn jab pere bwe juon eṇ ṃōṃaan (eṃṃaan).Do not doubt him for he is also a man.perper
 Kwōn jab pere wa eṇ kōn an dik.Don't underestimate that canoe because of its size.perper
PetPet eo aparaṃ eo.Here is a pillow to put alongside you.apar
 Kwōn ḷoñtak kōn pet ṇeProp yourself with that pillow.ḷoñtak
 Kwōn kōṃanṃan aṃ kadkad bwe iar pet ippaṃ ḷouweo,” juon iaan rūtaij ro ejiroñ ḷọkYou should throw better, because I bet on you, man,” one of the players told him. P157ḷouweo
 Emmaḷḷipenpen petThese pillows are all oily.maḷḷipen
 Erkākaṇ ḷọk iṃaanier, iturin pet eṇ,” Bojin eo euwaak.They are up front, next to the bitt,” the Boatswain replied. P411ṃaan
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petaikEar petaikHe raised my bet.peta
petkōjEttōr im akkaunitok jet kijed petkōj ilo akkaun eṇ .Run along and get us some biscuits, and charge them to my account.akkaun
 Bōbōk tok petkōj,” Kapen eo eba.Bring over some biscuits,” the Captain said. P960bōbōk
 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
 Ke baj lowaan wa eo eo kōmmān kar kabijje ie, men eo jemaroñ roñ de eo ijo ej aininkien ammān kañuri petkōj ko, koba ippān ainikien an jejelōblōb dān eo i kōtaan eḷḷa ko.The only thing we could hear inside the boat was the sound of us eating our biscuits and of the water splashing around between the ribs of the boats. P813eḷḷa
 Kōjro etal ñan ṃōn wia eṇ in wiaiki ruo kijerro petkōj.Let’s go to the store and buy ourselves two biscuits. P144kije-
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petoEkar kajoor aetak eo im bōbrae an peto wa in.The eastward current was strong and stopped us from drifting westward. P845ae
 Kwōn kōṃṃan kijen peto bwe ekajoor āeto in.Provide for some leeway because of the strong westward current.kijen peto
petokĀinwōt iar ba ke koṃeañ naaj bar petok im eọtōk ān in?” men eo ikar roñ an irooj eo jiroñ ḷọk Jema de in.Didn’t I say you would drift off course and then end up right back here where you started?” That was the only thing I heard the Chief say to Father. P1347peḷọk
 Āinwōt iar ba ke koṃeañ naaj bar petok im eọtōk ān in?” men eo ikar roñ an irooj eo jiroñ ḷọk Jema de in.Didn’t I say you would drift off course and then end up right back here where you started?” That was the only thing I heard the Chief say to Father. P1347petok
petpetEkar abwin ṇapitōn innem ear petpet kōn waini.He didnt want to give him a pillow so he used a coconut as one.ṇapitōn
PetriAllotata Petri.Petri stammers the most.allo
peūEakāḷọk peū jān neō.My arm is affected by palsy more than my leg.akā
peūṃKwōn jab buuḷ kadkad im kajoñ peūṃ.Don't throw so hard and make your arm hurt.joñ
PhariseeJutōj ear ketake Jijej ñan Pharisee roJudas betrayed Jesus to the Pharisees.ketak
piaKwōj ajjibanbaneḷọk keejin pia ṇe ñan ia?Where are you lugging that case of beer to?ajjibanban
 Bar juon tok pia.Bring another beer.bar juon
 Ri-idaak pia.Beer drinker.idaak
 Pia māāṇāṇ ejjibjib.Warm beer always fizzes.jib
 Ekadeke pia eoHe got drunk from the beer.kadek
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pibaIj ḷōmṇak ewōr jidik piba ippān.”I think he has a bit of a fever.” P1164piba
piditteEkar piditte wa eo waan ilo iāekwōj eo.His canoe was the last in the racepiditte
pidodoKwōn aintini bōb kaṇe bwe ren pidodo ad wōdwōd.Boil those pandanus so that they will be easy for us to chew.aintiin
 Jen ilān akajoki ak kaṇ bwe en kab pidodo ad jejọñ (ejjọñ).Let's go locate the frigate birds' roost so we can easily catch them tonight.akajok
 Jen almaroñe jerbal in im enaaj pidodo an tōprak.Let's pitch in together and the job will be done.almaroñ
 Ekwe,” ekar pidodo an Bojin eo ba bwe bar e ri-jar.Okay.” It was easy for the Boatswain to agree to this because he was also a person of prayer. P1077jar
 Ejo kōn bwidej pidodo.It's muddy with soft soil.jo
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PiepeEajjuriḷọk Lọto jān Piepe.There are more huts on Lọto island than on Piepe island.ajjuur
PietnaaṃRaar kōbọuwe kake an Amedka pād Pietnaaṃ.They debated on America's presence in Viet Nam.kōbọuwe
piikRi-ainbat piik ro rejako.Those responsible for boiling the pork are not here.ainbat
 Ej etal in kaaj ijeṇ rej ṃanṃan piik ieHe's going to get some liver where they're butchering the pigs.aj
 Kwōjeḷā ke allok piik?Can you catch pigs with the rope?allok
 Kwaar alluke ke piik eoDid you snare the pig?alluke
 Rej bōk waj bao im piik im im aolep kain ṃōñā, kab amiṃōṇo.They bring chickens, pork, breadfruit, and all kinds of food and handicraft. S4amiṃōṇo
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piilEwōr ke aṃ jibukwi taḷa piil?Do you have a hundred dollar bill?jibukwi
piiḷEḷḷā piiḷ eoThe bill has been passed.ḷōḷā
 Epāāte piiḷ tūreep eo.The field trip ship was stranded high and dry.pāāt
 Kwōj piiḷ tūrep ḷọk ñan ia?Where are you making a field trip to?piiḷ tūrep
 Ij ḷōmṇak Piiḷ eajineañro ḷọk jān Toṃaaj.I think Bill is more fearful than Thomas.ajineañro
piiḷiKwōn kab piiḷi kōn ṃweiuk ij kaduoji.Bill me later for the goods I'm taking out.piiḷ
piiltūreepTọọk eo an Lañdik i Jepaan allōñ eo ḷọk ekakōiieiki im kiiō emaroñ piiltūreep ñan aelōñ kaṇe jet.The dry-docking that the Lañdik underwent last month in Japan has rendered it seaworthy and able to now do field trip service to the other islands.kōiie
piiḷtūreepAḷaḷin ekkal ko an jikuuḷ rej itok wōt ioon piiḷtūreep eo tok.The school construction lumber is on its way here on the field trip ship.aḷaḷ
 Eḷaññe kōṃro to, kōṃro kab ḷe wōt ilo Oktoba, iien eṇ enaaj bar wōr piiḷtūreep.If the two of us don’t go, we will have to wait until October when there will be another fieldtrip ship. P130ḷe
 Iar itok ilo piiḷtūreep eo ḷọk, kōṃro ḷadik e ñejū,” Jema euwaak.I came back on the last fieldtrip ship, with my son here,” Father answered. P231nāji-
piimboñEṃōkade ilo piimboñ.He is expert at ping pong.ṃōkade
 Eṃōkade ilo piimboñ jān kwe.S/he is more expert at pingpong than you.jān
piininEwi piinin oru eo.Where's the oarlock?piin
 Kwōj piinin ḷọk ñan ia?Where are you going with that pin?piinin
pijBaru in Jepaan men kaṇ rej jerbal kiiō ilo pij eṇThose are bulldozers from Japan working on the airfield.baru
 Rej baruuk pij eṇ bwe en ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) jepaanThey are bulldozing the airfield to make it level.baru
pijaImaroñ ke aluje pija ṇe nejiṃ?Could I look at your camera?aluje
 Raar kaalooje John juon pija ṃakūtkūtThey showed John a movie.alwōj
 Imaroñ ke aluje bokun pija ṇe aṃ?May I take a look at your album?bokun pija
 Eṃṃan ke bwebwenato eo ilo pija eo boñ?Did the movie last night have a good story?bwebwenato
 Ejeṃḷọk pija eoThe movie is over.jeṃḷọk
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PijaanPijaan wōn e?Whose likeness is this? Who is this a picture of?pijaa-
pijaikJab ajjiṃaalal bwe rej pijaik eokStop swaying back and forth as you're being photographed.ajjiṃaalal
pijaiṃKajjitōk ippān ri-jiña eṇ bwe en jiñaiktok juon pijaiṃ bwe in bōke ippa.Ask the artist to paint me a picture of you that I can take with me. jiña
pijainEitoklimoū alwōje pijain ettoI'm fond of watching historical pictures.alwōj
 Ri-jiña eo ear jiñaiki pijain wa eo eṃōj an bōk kakkije.The artist who drew the picture of the boat is no longer living. jiña
PijaōPijaō.It's my likeness. It's a picture of me.pijaa-
pijiRaar piji iaḷ eo.They have paved the roadiaḷ
pijinRej kọkkoṇkoṇ pijin kwiirThey're hoarding toilet paper.kọkkoṇkoṇ
 Ekaamijak pej eṇ pijin lieṇShe has a malignant placenta.pej
 Iar roñjake an pijin ippān ri-pālle eo.I heard him speaking broken English to that American.pijin
pijjaBọọḷ eo eanōr(e) pijja eoThe ball grazed the pitcher.anōr
 Iboor im ijjab kōṇaan pijja.I throw wildly and I don't want to be a pitcher.boor
 Ibwilōñ an bōbooror (ebbooror) pijja eoI'm surprised at how often the pitcher threw wildly.boor
 Kwōn kaboore am pijja ñan ḷeeṇ bwe en jab bōkḷọk.Pitch to him wildly, so he won't make a home runboor
 Rōnaaj kar wiin ak eboor pijja eoThey would have won but their pitcher was wild.boor
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pijḷeḷeKwōn pijḷeḷe bwe ettoon jeṇe.Squat because that place is dirty.pijḷeḷe
pijḷōḷōKwōj jab ṃōk in pijḷōḷō keAren't you tired of squatting?pijḷeḷe
PikaarAdedin Pikaar bwe ealikkar.It's obviously a giant clam shell from Pikar Atoll.aded
 Ajañin Bokaak enañin einwōt ajañin Pikaar.Bokak atoll has similar fish and bird habitats as Bikar atoll.ajañ
 Eake Pikaar ilo allōñ kein.The island of Bikar is teeming with frigate birds this time of the year.ak
 Jemọ, Pikaar, Tōke, im Ādkup rej jet iaan ḷārooj ko ilo aelōñin ṂajeḷJemo, Bikar, Taka, and Erikub are some of the islands in the Marshalls reserved for chiefs strictly for food-gathering purposes.ḷārooj
 Kwōnañin ke pād Pikaar?Have you (ever) been to Bikar atoll?nañin
PikeejKe ikar roñ naan kein an Kapen eo, iḷōmṇak im bwilōñ bajjek ippa taunin an Jema maroñ kile ṇoin likin Pikeej jān ṃōṃakūtkūtin wa eo ak Kapen eo eba ej aikuj kar lo kōn mejān.When I heard the Captain say this, I thought about it and was amazed that Father was able to recognize the waves on the ocean side of Pikeej from the movement of the boat while the Captain says he needs to actually see them. P799bwilōñ
 Ak eor jibuki jiṃa ṃaiḷ kōtaan Pikeej im Kapinwōd.And it’s more than a hundred miles from Pikeej to Kapinwōd. P795jibukwi
 Ak āinwōt iar eñjake ṇoin likin Pikeej ke ej joraantak, ṃoktaḷọk jidik jān an kun,” Jema eba.But I’m sure I felt the Pikeej island ocean side waves at dawn, just a little while before it shut off,” Father said. P792joraantak
 Ke ikar roñ naan kein an Kapen eo, iḷōmṇak im bwilōñ bajjek ippa taunin an Jema maroñ kile ṇoin likin Pikeej jān ṃōṃakūtkūtin wa eo ak Kapen eo eba ej aikuj kar lo kōn mejān.When I heard the Captain say this, I thought about it and was amused that Father was able to recognize the waves on the ocean side of Pikeej from the movement of the boat while the Captain says he needs to actually see them. P799ṃōṃakūt
Pikeel-eañPikeel-eañ ej wūjen Jarej. pikeel-eañIs part of Jarej.wūje-
 Pikeel-eañ ej wūjen Jarej. pikeel-eañIs part of Jarej.wūje-
pikinEṃṃan pikin āneoThat island is nice and flat.pikin
PikinniAiluwaannañnañin Pikinni.Noisy Bikinians.ailuwannañnañ
 Pikinni ailuwannañnañBikini, the land of noisy people.ailuwannañnañ
 Ālikin an atomiik baaṃ eo debokḷok ilo ṃaḷoin Pikinni, eḷak ajeḷḷā ḷọk ek iparijet.After the atom bomb was detonated in the Bikini lagoon, there followed a deluge of dead fish washed up on the shores of the islands.ajeḷḷā
 Pikinni im Ānewetak rej ijoko Amedka ear teej baaṃ ie.Bikini and Einiwetok are where America tested bombs. S1teej
 Ear pikinni kōn juon nuknuk iaḷo tiltil.She wore a yellow polka dot bikini.tiltil
pikmetoḷọkEḷak pikmetoḷọk bao ko, jeban lo lọjet.When the birds flew out to sea, they blocked our view of it.pikmeto
piknikḶaddik ro raṇ rej iiāetōl ḷọk ñan jikin piknik eṇThe boys are going together to the picnic place.iāetōl
piknikḷọkKōm ar piknikḷọk ñan ḶoraWe went on a picnic to Laura.piknik
pikōḷLale kwaar joḷọk pikōḷ ṇeDon't throw away the pickle.pikōḷ
pikōnEṃṃan pikōn.It (the ground) has a smooth surface.pik
pikōtEnaaj pikōt kōn aṃ kaabwinmakeiki ilo an dik.He'll be a coward because you make him fear ghosts while he's still little.abwinmake
 Ekōplọkin pikōt.He escaped like a coward.kōplọk
 Āin kwe wōt ejjab ṃōṃaan (eṃṃaan) kōn aṃ pikōt.You are too cowardly to be a man.pikōt
 Einwōt kwobaj tipen pikōt.You seem scared.tipen
 Ear jab āñini ippāer kōnke ej tōḷọk pikōt āinwōt Lurōk eo raar kupiiki jān kumi eo aer.He didn't go with them because he was as cowardly as Lurōk, who got fired from their team.tōḷọk
pikpikÑe baj ña eo, iñak ke eor men eo eḷaññe ikar jab roñ ainikien pein an bao eo pikpik ke ej jokadikdik tok im jok ioon aeran Kapen eo.As for me, I wouldn’t even have known the bird was there if I hadn’t heard its wings flapping as it slowly alighted on the Captain’s shoulder. P1037jok
 Ear kajoke baḷuun eo bwe ejorrāān juon pikpik.He landed the plane because an engine wasn't working properly.jok
pikūrEj jeṃḷọk wōt aerro kōnono tok ak Jema ebar pikūr ḷọk jidik injin eo im rōkakōt wa eo jān turin wab eo im arin ān eo.When the two of them were done talking, Father speeded up the engine, making the boat move rapidly away from the side of the pier and the shoreline, and out into the lagoon. P489kaiur
pikūriRi-aje eo eḷak pikūri aje eo nājin, eḷọkjān an armej ro.When the drummer started beating on his drum the audience was amazed.aje
 Kwōn pikūri ṃōttan raij ṇeBrush off that piece of rice.pikūr
 Kwōmaroñ ke pikūri ḷọk meṇọkṇọk ṇe ñan nabōj?Can you brush out that piece of dirt?pikūr
pilKaidaak ajri ṇe ḷalem pil in wūnokwan pokpok.Give that child five drops of cough medicine.pil
 Dān eo ej pil jidik jān bakōj ṇeThe water is leaking from that bucket.pil
pilawaRaar iiōki pilawa koThey make bread from the flour.iiōk
pilawāṂōñā pilawā in jibboñ ekaakekeik lọjiō.Eating bread in the morning gives me that uncomfortable feeling of a stomach overstuffed with food.akeke
 Eor ke pilawā amej ṃwiinDo you have any flour?amej
 Kab baankeeke pilawā ṇe ilju.Be sure to make some pancakes out of that flour tomorrow.baankeek
 Kwōn bōtaik ḷọk pilawā ṇe kijen ledik eṇ.Put butter on that bread and give it to the girl to eat.bōta
 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
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pilawāinEjjeḷọk pilawā āinwōt pilawāin ṃwiin, rej make wōt ennọ,” ḷeo ilo jikin wia eo ekar ba ñan juon iaan ruwia ro.There’s no better bread than the bread they sell here; it’s really delicious,” the man at the store said to one of the customers. P262nenọ
pileElluujuj ḷeeṇ ilo pile.He always loses at poker.luuj
pileijInnem 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
 Āte tok ṃōk jet bukwōn ilo pileij ṇe, ḷadik eṇ.”Boy, put some pieces on that plate over there.” P1330ātet
 Kapen eo ejikrōk tok ijo ṃoktata, ke erjel ej rọọl tok, im jino jabōl ṇa kobban pileij eo ñiin kōn raij.When they arrived, the Captain came in first and heaped his plate full of rice. P371jabōḷ
 Ikar āte ḷọk pileij eo ñiin āinwōt an kar ba innem jaḷḷọk ñan Jema.I took his plate over like he had asked and then turned around and faced Father. P1331jāl-
 Ear kōjālle nabōjḷọk pileij koHe (angrily) threw out the plates.kōjjāl
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pileiniKwōn jouj in pileini ekkar ñan pābōḷ e an wūntō e.Please plane it so it can fit the bevel of the window sill.pābōḷ
 Ta ṇe kwōj pileini?What are you planing?pilein
pilejEbūrar pilej eThis plate isn't clean.būrar
 Lale kidu ṇe ej daṃwij pilej ṇeWatch out, that dog is licking your plate.daṃdeṃ
 Kidu ko rej daṃdeṃ ilo pilej koThe dogs are licking at the plates.daṃdeṃ
 Kwōn jibuuni jān pilej ṇeSpoon it off your plate.jibuun
 Elōt ke aṃ kar kwaḷi pilej kaṇDid you wash the plates clean?lōt
pilerabImaroñ ke kōjerbal pilerab eo wōjaṃ?May I borrow your blowtorch?pilerab
piliṃEor ke aṃ piliṃ kaḷarDo you have a color film?piliṃ
piloJab kalimjek aḷ bwe kwonaaj pilo.Don't stare at the sun because it will blind you.aḷ
 Ḷōṃare kōn ad bwijwōḷāḷọk jejino pilo,” eba.Fellas, because we are getting older we are starting to lose our vision,” the Captain said. P1245bwijwoḷā
 Ej tōtaorak (ettaorak) wōt meja jān ke iar pilo.It has felt gritty under my eyelids since I got the eye disease.tōtaorak
piḷōḷeRaar piḷōḷe ri-kalbuuj ro im ear kweejej bōrāer.The heads of the prisoners were clipped and shaved.kweejej
pinanaIar wiaik juon kōtka abōḷ pinana.I bought myself an apple banana plant.abōḷ
 Ej aḷkoot kōn bwilkōn pinana.He's using a banana leaf as raincoat.aḷkoot
 Juon eṇ kōtka pinana jeinaI have a banana plant variety.Jeina
 Juon eṇ kōtka pinana jilibukwiThat's a Jilubukwi banana plant.jilubukwi
 Kōto kijoñjoñ eo eukwōji pinana ko kōtka.The strong wind blew down the bananas I planted.kijoñ
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pinanaanEnnọ leen abōl pinanaan NaṃdikNaṃdik has good tasting apple bananas.abōḷ
pineKwōn pine kapin ainbat ṇeTap on the bottom of that cauldron.penpen
pinejÑe emej aḷap eṇ jeū enaaj pinej jenkwanWhen my uncle, who's also the lineage head, dies, my older brother will take his place.aḷap
 Ej bōtōktōk allōñ ñe laḷ in ej pinej meramin aḷ jāne.An eclipse of the moon comes about when the earth blocks off the sunlight from it.bōtōktōk allōñ
 Kwōn jab pinej mejaDon't block my view.pinej
 Ear pinej ṃaanūHe obstructed my view.pinej
 Ekar pinej ioon eake rā, kalōk juon eṃ ṇa ioon, kajuur juon kaju im kōḷaak wūjḷāin bwe en maroñ jerakrōk ilowaan ṃaḷoin aelōñ eṇ.He covered its top with boards, built a house on it, put up a mast and attached a sail so that it could sail on the ocean around the island. P7wōjḷā
pinej-jenkwaKwōn ja pinej-jenkwa ilo kweilọk in.Please take my place in this meeting.pinej-jenkwan
PinikiPiniki boboon raij kaṇe.Put some grated coconut on the rice balls.pinik
piniktakeRaar piniktake rūttariṇae ro bwe ren peran.They chanted to the warriors to make them brave.piniktak
pinittoikiEar pinittoiki juon an tiikri im tōprak.He struggled for a degree and got one.pinnitto
pinjeḷEaiḷip bōran pinjeḷ e .My pencil has a blunt point.aiḷip
 Etke kwōkaaiḷḷip bōran pinjeḷ?Why do you want pencils with blunt points?aiḷip
 Bōktok pinjeḷ.Bring me some pencils.bōbōk
 Bōktok juon pinjeḷ.Bring me a pencil.bōbōk
 Iar bōk pinjeḷ eoI took the pencil.bōbōk
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pinjuJemān pinju bwe jen kab kōṃṃan mālle.Let's husk before cutting copra so we can also make charcoal.pinju
pinjuukIar pinjuuk tok waini eo .I gathered lots of my copra nuts here.pinju
PiñlepEakajiniḷok 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
pinneepKwōn ajete pinneep ṇePut ajet in that coconut oil.ajet
pinniepṂoktata, 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
 Pinniep eo ekajjir pein im eban dāpij aḷaḷ eo.The coconut oil made his hand too slippery to hold the stick.jijir
 Waini eo eṇ eṃōj aer joniake ñan pinniep.That grated copra has been pressed for oil.joniak
 Pinniep ej kōṃṃan jān waini im ri-Ṃajeḷ rej kōjerbale ñan elōñ men ko āinwōt ekkapit bar, ānbwin, ñan wūno im ñan romrom.Coconut oil is made from copra, and the Marshallese use it for many things, such as hair oil, body oil, medicine, and for illumination. S18kōkapit
 Wāween jab in, eḷapḷọk an ṃōkaj im pinniep eṇ ejjap kannooj ḷōḷ im āinwōt eṇ me rej kōjeek wōt.This method is faster and the coconut oil isn’t really musty, like that which is only dried under the sun. S18ḷōḷ
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pinnikiKoṃwin pinniki kumi eṇ ad bwe ren kōkōḷoḷo (ekkōḷoḷo) im wiin.You must cheer our team so they can be enthused toward winning.pinnik
piọIar piọ boñ dedeinke iar ṃōrābōtI was cold last night because I had wet clothing on.dedeinke
 Eḷap ebeb kōn piọ.I'm so chilly I'm shivering.ebeb
 Piọ in eppānene.Only the sort of chill one gets on dry land, where a fire can soon warm, not like a chill at sea.eppānene
 Piọ waan men eṇ ippān kōnke piọ in eppānene.His is a minor case of the negligable chill one gets while on dry land.eppānene
 Piọ waan men eṇ ippān kōnke piọ in eppānene.His is a minor case of the negligable chill one gets while on dry land.eppānene
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PiọọnPiọọn eppāneneFeeling chilly while on dry land.eppānene
pipaNōōj ro raar arkooḷe niñniñ eo bwe en dik ḷọk an pipa.The nurses rubbed alcohol on the baby to reduce its fever.arkooḷ
pipiEj pipi ijeṇ iuṃwin jidik iien.He's taking a short nap there.pipi
pipiikikEḷap an pipiikik (ippiikik) āninThere are lots of pigs on this islet.piik
pipikpikūriKwōn pipikpikūri (ippikpikūri) jaki ṇeShake out that mat.pikpikūr
pipilpilIa in ej pipilpil (ippilpil) tokWhere are those drops coming from?pil
pipiọeoEḷap pipiọeo (ippiọeo).I chill easily.piọ
pipiolōtlōtEṃṃan an pipiolōtlōt (ippiolōtlōt) nuknuk ṇeThe violet shade of that dress is pleasing.piolōt
pipjinjinKidu pipjinjin (ippijinjin).A spotted dog.būbjinjin
pipurukrukKwōn jab pipurukruk (ippurukruk).Don't keep on making that thudding noise.puruk
pirJidik wōt an pir dān eo jān mejān aebōj eo.The water is down just a little from the top of the cistern.pir
PiroPiro ledik raṇ.Those girls are twins.piro
pirōkeInaaj pirōke ṃweeṇ iṃō.I'll build my house using cement blocks.pirōk
pirōkrōkEṃṃan pirōkrōk eṇ an lieṇ.Her braids are nice.pirōkrōk
pirūrrūrKwōn pirūrrūr laḷtakSlip down (the tree).pirūrrūr
pitKwōn pit ut ṇePlease make the lei.pit
 Kwōn jab iñiñtōk bwe ij pit eokStop squirming as I'm giving you a rub-down.
PitaAetokūṃ wōt Pita.You're as tall as Peter.aetok
 Eajejḷọk Jọọn jān Pita.John is more generous than Peter.aje
 Runo eo eṇ ej allōke Pita.The medicine person is chanting and performing an incantation over Peter.allōk
 Pita ear kaarmejjete Jijej.Peter denied Jesus.kaarmejjet
 Ekōiie wa eṇ waan Jọọn, ak ekōieḷọk wa eṇ waan Pita.John's boat is sturdy; however, Peter's boat is sturdier.kōiie
pitetoĀkili (kakili) piteto kaṇePeel the potatoes.ākilkil
 Eḷap aṃ bukwelepi piteto kaṇeYou cut those potatoes too thick.bukwelep
 Rej kakilkil piteto.They are peeling just a few potatoes.kakilkil
 Eṃōj ke aṃ kāālōt jet piteto?Did you pick out some good potatoes yet?kōkāālel
pitiKwōn piti kokwaḷ (ekkwaḷ) ṇePlease twist that sennit.pit
 Jab kōtḷọk an jabdewōt piti lọjieṃDo not let just anybody massage your abdomen.pitpit
 Kwōn piti laḷ bwe en ṃōñāMake chum and sink it so the fish can bite.pitpit
pitpitĀlikin wōtlọk, iar pitpit.After I fell I got a good rub-down.pitpit
 Ij pitpit waj ak kwōj pitpit tok.I'll throw chum in your direction and you throw chum in my direction.pitpit
 Ij pitpit waj ak kwōj pitpit tok.I'll throw chum in your direction and you throw chum in my direction.pitpit
pittoḶadik eo ej pitto lōñḷọk ñan raan eo.The boy is climbing up a rope to the breadfruit branch.pitto
 Kwōn pitto laḷḷọkClimb down the rope.pitto
piwūjEbwil piwūj eoThe fuse burned out.piwūj
pleejJab jalenpāik ḷọk pleej in jortak eṇ.Don't handle the offering plate with only one hand.jalenpā
 Kōjeplāiktok pleej peba ṇeMake the paper plate glide toward in this direction.jepeḷā
poAloklokūṃ enaaj kōṃṃan ad po ippān ri-nana raṇ.Your appearance will give us away and get us captured by the enemy.aloklok
 Kwōn jab po ippān bwe euttaiḷōṃ bajjek.Don’t be taken in by him because he’s constantly so vain.bwe
 Raar kōb im po ikjet.They dug till they reached rock-bottom.ikjet
 Ej jab po būruō kōn ṃōñā in.I'm not terribly excited about this meal.jab po bōro
 Ear jikin uwe lōñḷọk ñan po eṇ.He climbed upstairs to the attic.jikin uwe
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pọEar kọjek ak kōn an pọ, ejab mej.I hooked it but it got inside the coral and I didn't land it.pọ
podemEj jab podem tōprak ṃōñā ko ñan jiljino awa.The food wasn't ready by six o'clock.podem
 Ear ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) aer kukure (ikkure)ak rōjab podem wiinThey played well but didn't begin to win.podem
pojakAk 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
 Ri-aktal ro raṇ rej pojak wōt in eṃṃakūt.The group of people to visit us are getting ready to move.aktal
 Pojak wōt bwe enaaj jino al eṇ aer jet wōt minit jān kiiō.Stand by because they'll start singing in just a few minutes.al
 Raar kanne ale eo kōn ekkan im pojak ñan irooj eo.They stocked the storehouse with food items in preparation for the chief's arrival.ale
 Jen kaṃōj ad jerbal im pojak in aḷkōnar.Let's finish up our work and get ready to look nice at sunset.aḷkōnar
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pojakinEalikkar an pojakin jako bwe eaitwōnmej.He is ready to go as death broods over him.aitwōnmej
pojānBwe taunin ke jej pojān [pojak in] tar metwan Likabwiro.We might as well since we are going to sail through the stormy waters of the Likabwiro storm. P332pojak
pokRi-kaaepokpok ej naaj pok wōt.A creator of confusion is himself confused.aepokpok
 Ekkā wōt an ri-aliñūrñūr kōṃṃan pok.Those who murmur usually create discord.alñūrñūr
pọkKwōn jab kuborbor bwe kwōnaaj pọk.Don't eat with your mouth so full or you'll get food caught in your esophagus.kuborbor
 Jab babu im ṃōñā bwe kwōnaaj pọk.Don't eat while lying down or you'll suffocate.pọk
pokakeEnāj lo ajāllikin jab pokake.He'll find out the result of disobedience.ajāllik
 Jeba ren aini waini ko im raar pokake.We said for them to gather the coconuts and they obeyed. ba
 Ej ettōr im or jerata jet iien eḷaññe jelo ke jebōd ak jeṃakoko in pokake im kajiṃwe kōj make.”Misfortune strikes sometimes when we see that we have made a mistake but don’t want to correct what we have done.” P1211bōd
 Baibōḷ ej ba, Eṃṃan pokake jān katok’,” Bojin eo eba tok eoon in ñan ñaThe Bible says, Obedience is better than sacrifice,’” the Boatswain responded to me with this verse. P1210eoon
 Ekkar ñan kōṃanitin Ṃajeḷ, kwōj aikuj pokake jeiṃAccording to Marshallese etiquette, you have to listen to your older siblings.kōṃanōt
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pokpokEmetak būruō kōn pokpok.My throat hurts from my coughing.bōro
 Eḷap tata ilo Ṃajeḷ nañinmej in uwur, pokpok, kab jiemetak.The most common sicknesses are head colds, coughs, and abdominal pain. S7jiemetak
 Eḷap tata ilo Ṃajeḷ nañinmej in uwur, pokpok, kab jiemetak.The most common sicknesses are head colds, coughs, and abdominal pain. S7nañinmej
 Kaidaak ajri ṇe ḷalem pil in wūnokwan pokpok.Give that child five drops of cough medicine.pil
 Eḷap tata ilo Ṃajeḷ nañinmej in uwur, pokpok, kab jiemetak.The most common sicknesses are head colds, coughs, and abdominal pain. S7pokpok
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pokpoktakeKwōn jab pokpoktake nuknuk kaṇe.Don't strew your clothes all over the place.poktak
poktakToni eṇ ej kōṃṃan poktak ilo kuḷab eṇ.Tony is making a disturbance in the club.poktak
poktakeKwōn poktake juub ṇeStir that soup.poktak
pọkwiIar roñ pọkwi ḷọk in an wōtlọk.I heard the sound of him falling.pọkwi
pọkwiḷọkIar roñ wōt ainikien an pọkwiḷọk.I only heard him falling to the ground. It seems as though I heard him fall.pọkwi
PoleRej 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
polelBwe en polel ami ḷōmṇak, koṃwij aikuj kwōnono ilo Baibōḷ.So that your minds may be satisfied, you need to read the Bible.polel
polioNañinmej ko rōḷḷap rej aolep itok jān aelōñ in pālle, ainwōt polio kab tiipi.Major diseases such as polio and tuberculosis have all come from foreign countries. S7nañinmej
pọljejEkaijoḷ ke ej kōnono kōn pọljej eoHis talk about the ripe breadfruit baked in coconut oil gives me an appetite (makes me want to eat).ijoḷ
pọḷjejKwōn ṃōñā pọḷjej.Eat some poljejpọḷjej
pọḷjejeEnaaj kar nenọ (ennọ) ñe kwaar jab mejāliraane ak kwaar pọḷjeje.It would have tasted better if you had baked it in coconut oil instead of plain.mejāliraan
pọḷjejiKwōn pọḷjeji kaṇe.Make those breadfruit into pọḷjejpọḷjej
pọḷotRōnañin bwini ke pọḷot koHave the ballots been counted?pọḷot
pookḷọkKwōn pookḷọk bok kaṇe.Sweep the sand away there.popo
pooḷiEṃōj aer pooḷi ek ko.They (a small group) have surrounded the fish.pooḷ
poomIar pād Awai ak ijab poom lo Waikiki.I was in Hawaii but didn't get near to Waikiki.podem
poonKōttar,” eba Bōlen eṃṃan ñe jero poon wūjḷā ṇe ṃokta bwe enana an ejjopālpāl.Hold on,” he said, Maybe we should lower the sail first; it’s not good for it to be flapping in the wind like this. P1119jopāl
 Kwōn poon wa ṇe im kōbōjbōj.Put the sail on your canoe down and pole.kōbōjbōj
 Kwōn poon wa ṇeLower the sail of your canoe.po
 Jete poon ṃweeṇHow many stories does that house have?po
popoKwōn popo bwe ettoon ṃwiinSweep, because the house is dirty.popo
 Kwōn jab popo ṃanit bwe rōnaaj ṃan eok.Quit going to other peoples' land or they will kill you.popo ṃanit
popoṃanitBwinimjaad popoṃanit.Do not go ashore on islands that do not belong to you.bwinimjaad
popounEkilep wōn in ear ato bwe ealikkar jān popoun.The turtle that came ashore here is obviously a big one from its traces.popo
potakAitūṃ ke keke e ilo potak eDid you sew the rip?ait
 Emaroñ jirillọk im potak.It might incidentally get torn. P1120jirilọk
 Iññā,” Jema eba, Ikar lo wōt an Bojin karpeni potak jiddik ko ie raan eo ḷọk. Ak …”Yes,” Father said. I saw the Boatswain patching up some little tears the other day. But …” P422karpen
 Emaroñ jirillọk im potak.”It might incidentally get torn.” P1120potak
 Eḷap potak ṇe ilo nuknuk ṇe aṃ.There is a big rip in your clothes.potak
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potokRi-kaellōk ro raṇ rej kab potok.The men who fished for rabbitfish have just arrived.ellōk
 Tiṃa eo ear potok jibboñōn inne eo ḷọk juon.The ship arrived three mornings ago.jibboñōn inne eo ḷọk juon
 Eḷap an kabwilōñlōñ tiṃa eṇ ear potok.Everyone is amazed by that ship that arrived.kabwilōñlōñ
 Enaaj potok ñāāt wa eo?When will the canoe get here (and lower sail)?po
poubEkwe ejab bwe iban meḷọkḷọk nukū, ak kōn ad kar jaadin poub raan ko ḷọk ippān injin kakūtōtō in an wa in.I would never forget my family; we have just been busy these last few days with the annoying engine in this boat. P106kakūtōtō
 Iḷak baj rōre lik lọk Kapen eo ettōḷọk poub in kōnono ippān jet armej ijo ḷọkwan, turin jila eo.I looked to the back of the boat and saw the Captain back there busily talking to some people next to the tiller. P459ḷokwa-
 Eḷap poub ilo raan jab kein.I am very busy these days.poub
PọutitokPọutitok kokwaḷ (ekkwaḷ) ṇe ṇa ioon.Tie that sennit around the top.pọpo
pukorKilen kōṃṃane, totake ṃokta, ṃōjin kwaḷe, tokālik iri kōn dekā pukor innām likliki im kōjeeke.The way to prepare it is to first dig it up, and after washing it, grind it with coral rocks, and then sift it and dry it under the sun. S20kōjeje
 Kilen kōṃṃane, totake ṃokta, ṃōjin kwaḷe, tokālik iri kōn dekā pukor innām likliki im kōjeeke.The way to prepare it is to first dig it up, and after washing it, grind it with coral rocks, and then sift it and dry it under the sun. S20kwaḷkoḷ
 Kilen kōṃṃane, totake ṃokta, ṃōjin kwaḷe, tokālik iri kōn dekā pukor innām likliki im kōjeeke.The way to prepare it is to first dig it up, and after washing it, grind it with coral rocks, and then sift it and dry it under the sun. S20liklik
 Kilen kōṃṃane, totake ṃokta, ṃōjin kwaḷe, tokālik iri kōn dekā pukor innām likliki im kōjeeke.The way to prepare it is to first dig it up, and after washing it, grind it with coral rocks, and then sift it and dry it under the sun. S20pukor
 Kilen kōṃṃane, totake ṃokta, ṃōjin kwaḷe, tokālik iri kōn dekā pukor innām likliki im kōjeeke.The way to prepare it is to first dig it up, and after washing it, grind it with coral rocks, and then sift it and dry it under the sun. S20totak
pukotJāān eo kwōj pukot ṇe, eñṇe ituruṃ.The money you were looking for is right there by you.eñṇe
 Erro, ḷadik ro jaar pukot erHere they are, the boys we were searching for.erro
 Ḷaddik eo eto aṃ pukot iiōThe boy you have looking for a long time is here.iiō
 Bao eo kwōj pukot iiōThe chicken you're looking for is right here.iiō
 Pukot eoḷap im kakōḷḷiki.Find the middle and mark it.ioḷap
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pukōtṂōjin an Jema kune injin eo, erro Bojin eo wōnāne ḷọk im pukōt Kapen eo bwe ren jino ektak im kanne wa eo.After Father turned off the engine, he and the Boatswain went ashore to look for the Captain so they could start loading up the boat. P340kune
 Kōṃro naaj Bojin pukōt waj eok dedeḷọkin aṃro kōjọ im likbade injin e.”The Boatswain and I will come and find you when we have finished starting and testing the engine.” P281kōṃro
 Pukōt tok Tọọṃ bwe en jitōke wōn eṇ bwe ejeḷā.Fetch Tom to gut the turtle because he's good at it.jejetōk
 Elōñjak jar ko im pukōt ḷọk koṃja eo.The group got up and went looking for the commissioner. lōñaj
pukoteKwōn kanooj eded im pukote.Scrounge around and really look for it.eded
 Eñṇeṇe tok, ḷeo eto aṃ pukote.There he is coming, the man you have been looking for.eñṇeṇe
 Eñṇeṇe - Bao eo kwōj pukote.There it is. The chicken you were looking for.eñṇeṇe
 Eñouweo, ḷeo eto ad pukote.There he is, the guy we've been looking for for so long.eñoweo
 Ḷaddik eo kwōj pukote e ieñe ije.The boy you were looking for is here by me.ieñe
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pukōteKwōn ḷọk ñan lowaan ṃōṇe bwe kwōn maroñ lo men eo kwōj pukōte.You should crane your neck to look inside the house to find what you're looking for.
pukotiErkaṇ bao ko kwaar pukoti.The chickens you were looking for are there.erkaṇ
 Erkākā, jāān ko ij pukoti.Here they are, my coins I've been looking for.erkākā
 Erko nuknuk aṃ kwōj pukoti.Here are your clothes you've been looking for.erko
 Erkoko, bao ko kwōj pukoti.Right over there are those chickens you're looking for.erkoko
 Bojin e, etal im pukoti nuknuk ko aṃ bwe inaaj ḷaajiñi menọknọk kaṇe ioon teek,” Jema eba.Mr. Boatswain, go get your clothes while I lash down the things lying loose on deck,” Father said. P407ḷaajiñ
PukottokPukottok ri-kōjekak eo bwe en kōjekake bōra.Find the person who can remove dandruff, so that he can treat my dandruff.jekak
 Pukottok juon kaaṃtō bwe en kaaṃtōik ḷakōr ṇeLook for a carpenter to make the locker.kaaṃtō
 Pukottok juon an kōrkōr in waarro kadkad.Find a big stone for an anchor for our outrigger canoe.kadkad
 Kwōn pukottok juon pinjeḷ.Please find a pencil for me.pepok
pukpukōtEmaat baḷuunin Navy kaṇe aer pukpukōt kōmimān,” juon armej ekar kōkōnono tok ñan kōmmān jān ioon wab eo.The Navy planes gave up looking for you,” someone said to us from the pier. P1342baḷuun
 Lale ṃōk ke eñeo ej kab wōnāne ḷọk, ettōḷọk pukpukōt eok.”Please look and see if that is him that just went back to the island; he has been looking for you for a long time.” P51pepok
pukpukoteIar pukpukote em ṃōkI hunted and hunted for it until I was tired.pepok
pukwōjKwōn jab pukwōjDon't confuse me.pok
puwaḷEkōjak ippa bwe kōṃro kar jerā ālikin aṃro kar ire im ekar puwaḷ jān ñaIt was funny because we became friends after getting into a fight—he was so scared of me. P470puwaḷ

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