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eEnaaj jeḷā bwe e ri-kaaerṃwe.She'll know, being someone who influences others to live as relatives toward one another.aerṃwe
 Ij kaaetokewaj ekkwaḷ e.I'm lengthening this sennit for you.aetok
 Ajete tok ṃōk wūt e wūtin.Please put scrapings of sweet smelling drift nut on his flower wreath.ajet
 Baj aljetūṃ ke eip ḷain e.You must be very cross-eyed as the line is crooked.aljet
 Eṃōj an injinia eṇ ane tok injinlọk e im elukkuun ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) an jerbal.My outboard engine has been tuned up by that mechanic and it's working perfectly.an
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aeKoṃwin ae tok waini.Gather copra to this place.waini
 Kwōn ae waini.Gather coconuts.ae
 Jen ae juon jāān.Lets collect pennies.juon jāān
 Innem ñe jeañ kabbwe, jeañ ban loe ak jenaaj iione ae niñaḷọk ṇe im enaaj kinōōr kōj bwe jen ḷe jān Ruōt.And if we turn, we won’t see it and we’ll run into the northward current which will carry us past Ruōt. P900kinōōr
 Ilo aṃ jeḷā ḷe kar ilo allōñ kein, ae ṇe ikōtaan aelōñ in im Likiep ej ae niñaḷọk ke ak rōñaḷọk.In your knowledge of these months now, is the current between this island and Likiep running north or south? P184rōña
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baeEkije bae in Jepaan.Japanese bamboo is strong.bae
 Ennọ an iōk bae.She cooks delicious pies.bae
 Ennọlok bae in America.American pie is better.bae
IbaeIbae ej juon iaan āne ko ilo aelōñ in Kuajleen.Ebeye is one of the island in Kwajalein Atoll.Ibae
kōbaeRemoot in kōbae.They went looking for bamboo.bae
 Jen etal in kōbae.Let's go look for pie.bae
jokutbaeArmej ro wōj ioon wab eo reiọkiọkwe tok kōmmān. Erwōj jokutbae tokThe people on the pier came over to bid us farewell. They all waved goodbye. P484iọkiọkwe
 Erjel lo kōṃro Kapen eo ioon wa eo innem jokutbae tokThe three of them saw me and the Captain on the boat and started waving at us. P1261jokutbae
EiiaeaeEiiaeae rainiinThere are lots of rainbows today.iia
bwijeaeEar jab aōḷọk jān ijo ak ear bwijeae wōtHe didn't swim away but treaded water at that spot.bwijeae
jiāeIj jab itok bwe in jiāe kaaneptokI'm not here for a popularity contest.aneptok
 Jakoūṃ ekōṃṃan ad luuj ilo jiāe eo. Aṃ jako ekōṃṃan ad luuj ilo jiāe eo.Your absence cost us the competition.jako
 Jakoūṃ ekōṃṃan ad luuj ilo jiāe eo. Aṃ jako ekōṃṃan ad luuj ilo jiāe eo.Your absence cost us the competition.jako
 Kōṃro ar jiāe in lale wōn eo eṃōkaj.We had a contest to see who was faster.jiāe
 Joñan an jeḷā likao eo rājetakin Joọn ilo iien jiāe al eo wōt e.John's counterpart in the singing competition was as good as John.rejetak
ri-jiāeJuon iaan ri-jiāe ro ebwilọk neen.One of the competitors had a broken leg.jiāe
ri-aeEj ri-ae owōjHe's tax collector.ae
kaeḶeo ejeḷā kae ni ṇeHe is the man expert in climbing coconut trees with a guy.kae
 Ejeḷā tallōñ kōn kae.He knows how to climb with kaekae
lekaeEar lekae im tallōñe ne eṇ.He used bands around his ankles and climbed that coconut tree.kae
 Ḷeo ejeḷā lekae ṇeHe is someone who knows how to use guy-bands for climbing.kae
dibukaeJetōpar dibukae.We're in the zone of the dibukae currents.dibukae
EdibukaeEdibukae jikōtIn what direction is this dibukae current flowing?dibukae
ḷaeKe ebaj lur im ḷae ioon lọjet, kōmmān kar aolep im pād ioon teek, kōmmān ej reito reitak bajjek.Since the water was calm and smooth, we were all just sitting on the deck looking around. P1032ḷae
EḷaeEḷae ḷọk ioon aejetin liklaḷin ānin jān Jemọ.The surface of the ocean on the leeside of this island's is smoother than that of Jemo Island.aejet
 Eḷae lọjet kōn an lur.The ocean is smooth because of the calm.ḷae
 Joñan, eḷae ioon dān āinwōt lowaan juon aebōj-jimeeṇ.The water was so calm that it looked glassy as if it were inside a cistern. P994aebōj-jimeeṇ
JulaeJuon, raar kowaḷọk bōḷāāk eo an Ṃaikronijia im ruo, raar kōṃṃan bwe Julae 12 raan en an Ṃaikronijia raan in kakkije in kakeememej jinoin Kọñkorej eo an ṂaikronijiaOne was to decide upon a flag for Micronesia, and the second was to set July 12 as a holiday to commemorate the beginning of the Congress of Micronesia. S16keememej
JuḷaeKwelọk eo ṃoktata an Kọñkorej eo an Ṃaikronijia ear kōṃṃan ilo Juḷae 1965The first meeting of the Congress of Micronesia was in July 1965. S16ṃokta
 Iba wōt kōn wiik in ñe jab wiik in laḷ ilo allōñin Juḷae, iien eo an lañ jab in.”I’m just talking about this week or next week in July; this is the time of bad weather.” P88Juḷae
MaeEj kalle ilo enañin aolep aelōñ bōtab ewōr juon iien, kōtaan eṇ ilo Mae im Wọkwōj, etan rak,” im ṃā ej lukkuun ḷap an kalle im kouwa.It grows on almost every island, although there is a season, between May and August, called summer, when breadfruit bear most fruit. S28le
ṃaeKōnke kajin Ṃajeḷ ear jab pād ilo peba ṃae iien eo ear itok ri-pālle, ej jab kanooj lōñ armej rej mour wōt kiiō rejeḷā inọñ ko an ri-Ṃajeḷ.Because the Marshallese language wasn’t put into writing until Westerners came, not many people living today know the legends of the Marshallese people. S13inọñ
 Ri-Amedka raar jodiki Kuwajleen im pād ie ṃae raininThe Americans invaded Kwajalein and have stayed on it ever since.jodik
 Iban kijer in kajjitōk ṃae iien ilukkuun ban.I won't ask until I'm really stuck.kijer
 Kwōn pojak wōt in pāpjel ṃae ri-kadek eo ñe enaaj itok.Be ready to stop the drunk if he comes.pāpjel ṃae
 Enaaj iọkwe eok ṃae tōreo kwobūrook.She'll love you till you're broke.tōre
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Ri-ṂaeAelellọḷin jowi eṇ an Ri-Ṃae.The well-known lust within the Ri-Ṃae clan.aelellaḷ
jālṃaeJenaaj bar jālṃae doon juon iien.We'll meet again sometime.jelṃae
jelṃaeKwōn pojak in jelṃae ilo kwelọk eo jotenin.Be ready to meet him at the meeting tonight.jelṃae
RejelṃaeRejelṃae doon ilo kwelọk eo.They meet each other at the meeting.jelṃae
wōnṃaeRej etal in wōnṃae koṃōja eṇ ilo jikin kajokjok eṇ.They are going to meet the administrator at the airport.jok
 Rej etal in wōnṃae Aikaṃ eo.They are going to meet the High Commissioner.wōnṃae
juṃaeAelōñin kiiñ ñan aelōñin kiiñ rōnaaj juṃae doonKingdom shall rise against kingdom.aelōñin kiiñ
 Jab juṃae jeṃaṃ im jinōṃ.Don't argue with your parentsjuṃae
 Amedka ear ṇaṃaanpein rūttariṇae ro an Afghanistan bwe ren juṃae Taliban ro.The United States equipped the Afghanistan army with weapons to fight the Taliban.ṇaṃaanpein
Ri-juṃaeRi-juṃae.Protesters.juṃae
ṇaeKwōn jeḷā ṇae jinōṃ im jeṃaṃ.Know how to take care of your mother and father.jeḷā ṇae
 Ej aikuj ke wōr kien ṇae bōkkāwūdikShould there be laws against the possession of arms by the citizens?bōkkāwūdik
 Ear kōnono ṇae aepādpādin armejin raan kein.He spoke out against today's people procrastinating.aepedped
 Ejeḷā ṇae jabdewot armej.He cares about everybody.jeḷā ṇae
 Iar jerọwiwi ṇae eokI have committed a sin against you.jerọwiwi
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JemānāeJuon jiṃwe ak maroñ eo eṃōj kapene iuṃwin Jemānāe eo an RMI; barāinwōt juon jiṃwe ak maroñ eo eṃōj kapene iuṃwin jemānāe eo an juon bar laḷ.A right or authority that has been promulgated by the Constitution of the RMI; also a right or authority that has been instituted and confirmed in the constitution of another nation (definition of 'constitutional right' from Legal Glossary).jemānāe
 Juon jiṃwe ak maroñ eo eṃōj kapene iuṃwin Jemānāe eo an RMI; barāinwōt juon jiṃwe ak maroñ eo eṃōj kapene iuṃwin jemānāe eo an juon bar laḷ.A right or authority that has been promulgated by the Constitution of the RMI; also a right or authority that has been instituted and confirmed in the constitution of another nation (definition of 'constitutional right' from Legal Glossary).jemānāe
 Jej aikuj ḷoor jemānāe eṇWe have to follow the charter.jemānāe
 Jaikuj kōṃṃan bwe tipñōl ṇe waaṃ en juon jemānāe.We have to use your canoe as a model.jemānāe
jeinaeLiṃaro raṇ rej āj jeinae.The women are weaving jeinaejeinae
 Etal im dọuk ḷọk jeinae eṇ ñaneGo lower the coconut-frond mat for her.dedọdo
tarinaeEj nōḷ ṃade ñan tarinae.He's making spears for battle.nōḷ
tariṇaeJab kōṃṃan aploñloñ bwe enaaj or tariṇae.Stop causing a disturbance or a war may erupt.aploñloñ
 Jarin tariṇae.Army.jar
 Ḷeeṇ ej juon iaan ri-jerọ ro ilo tariṇae eoThat man was a good marksman during the war.jerọ
 Men in aje ekōn jerbal ilo iien rot ṇe an eb, tariṇae, im kwelọk an irooj eḷḷap ro im aḷap ro etto.This drum used to be used at such times as dances, battles, and as an alarm for calling together family leaders in olden times. S11kōkein
 Laḷ ta ko raar tariṇae ilo pata eo kein karuo?What countries fought in the second world war?laḷ
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rūttariṇaeAkekein lọje ejekkar ñan juon rūttariṇae.A soldier is not supposed to have an uncomfortable feeling caused by a stomach overstuffed with food.akeke
 Emootḷọk jān bukwi rūttariṇae eṃōj aer mej.More than a hundred soldiers died.bukwi
 Rūttariṇae eo ej buñ-pedo im apād.The soldier is lying in ambush.buñ-pedo
 Rūttariṇae raṇ rej kōkkaddudu.The soldiers all have crew-cuts.kadu
 Rej kūkūr (ikkūr) rūttariṇae.They're calling for soldiers.kūkūr
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EtaktakōnaeEtaktakōnae.It's new moon out tonight.taktakōnae
kaikōn-aeRej kaikōn-ae.They are fishing for ikōn-aeikōn-ae
bōbraeKwōn bōbrae ḷadik eo jān an tutu iar.Stop the boy from swimming in the lagoon.bōbrae
 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
 Ekar kajoor aetak eo im bōbrae an peto wa in.The eastward current was strong and stopped us from drifting westward. P845ae
 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. S7bōbrae
 Eḷañe ewōr retio in kōnono ilo aolep aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, ri-nañinmej rōban aikuj in mej kōñ an ejjeḷọk taktō ak wūno, im barāinwōt jipañ bōbrae jān an waḷọk ñūtaIf there were radio communication on all islands in the Marshalls, sick people would not die for want of doctors or medicine, and it would also help prevent the occurrence of famine. S25bōbrae
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kūraeEj jab kanooj ājmour bwe kūrae.She's not very active for she just gave birth.kūrae
juaeJejja kōttar an juae in im jerak.Let's wait for the current to weaken before we set sail.juae
EjuaeEjuae in ḷọk jān ṃoktaThe current is stronger than before.juae
 Ejuae ijinWe're in the currents closest to the island.juae
EwaeEwae in likin Mājro jej kadeke.The ewae from the ocean side of Majuro is poisonous.kadek
kaewaeḶōṃaro raar kaewae.The men were fishing for ewaeewae
buwaeRej kōṃṃan buwae ilo to eṇ.Buoys are being installed in the channel.buwae
 Ej buwae ilo ṃōn ṃōñā eṇ.He's a waiter at the restaurant.buwae
 Eḷometoḷọk buwae eṇ jān ṃoktaThe buoy is anchored farther out into the lagoon than previously.ḷo-
 Juon 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
 Kab jitōñ ḷọk wōt kōtaan buwae kākaṇ.”Aim for those buoys over there.” P507buwae
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beEjool bwe e ri-baijin. / Ejool be ri-baijin men eṇ.He is shunned because he habitually discredits people.baijin
ṃaabeRej ṃaabe lowaan jikin ṃōñā eo.They're mopping down the dining hall.ṃaab
raabeRaar raabe āne tak ṃootka eo.The automobile was brought ashore on a raft.raab
ekbabeTa ṇe kwōj ekbabe?What's that you're throwing down?ekbab
 Riuñtaak eo jān Amedka ear ekbabe ḷeo jān Roojia.The wrestler from America threw down the wrestler from Russia.ekbab
kariabeKwōn jab kariabe men in.Don't deny it.riab
būḷabeKiiō ijeḷā ke kwōj būḷabeNow I know that you're bluffing.būḷab
jirabeRaar jirabe ḷōñḷọk booj eo.They hoisted the skiff aboard.jirab
EwūdkabbeEwūdkabbe ni eo kōtkan.The coconut tree he planted did not grow properly.wūdkabbe
 Iiọkwe ajri ṇe ke ewūdkabbe.I feel sorry for that child who's going to grow up to be a moron.wūdkabbe
ekāebebeṂōḷo in ekāebebeThis cool weather makes me shiver.ebeb
kalikaebebeKwōn kalikaebebe.Spin it.likaebeb
ekabōbeTa eṇ ekabōbe?What made him decline the offer?abōb
kajoobobeKwōn kajoobobe ke ippaṃ ñe emaat joob e ?Will you let me use your soap if I run out?joobob
 Kwōn kajoobobe ke ñe emaat joob e ?Will you let me share your soap if I run out of mine?ñe
KōjjoobobeKōjjoobobe dān ṇeHave the water soapy.joob
EkōbkōbeEkōbkōbe arin Emejwa.The lagoon beach of Emejwa Island is difficult to walk on.kōbkōb
jalōbeKwōn jalōbe kāāj ṇeMake a barb on your hook.jalōb
JennōbeJennōbe tok ṃōk jidik kijō iu.Make some jennōb for me.jennōb
joobeKwōn joobe ānbwinniṃ ilo aṃ tutu.Soap your body when you bathe.joob
 Joobe peiṃWash your hands with soap.joob
EjoobeEjoobe pein bwe en jab bwiin joñọ.He washes his hands with soap to get rid of the fishy smell.joob
kakōōbeEar kakōōbe an kadkad.He threw curves.kōōb
kọkurobrob(e)Enañin kọkurobrob(e) ke kiaaj eṇ.Has he let the catcher use a glove?kurobrob
jintōbeIaar jintōbe ek eo.I ate the fish alone without anything else.jintōb
kajintōbeKwōn jab kajintōbe ilo an etetal bwe enāj metak neen.Don't let him walk barefoot because he will hurt his feet.jintōb
officeRi-baeḷ eo an office in eṇ.She is the file clerk for this office.baeḷ
deMen eo de eo iaikuj kar matmate turin mejān kōn tọọl eo an bwe ejiebḷọk kōn menokadu.The only thing I needed to do was wipe his face with his towel because he was sweating profusely. P1142aikuj
 Men eo ejjeḷọk de eo waan ektaki ḷọk men kein ñan Likiep, ijellọkin wōt tiṃa in raun eo, ak kōnke kōmmān aikuj naaj kar kōttar tok bar jilu allōñ.The only thing they lacked was a vehicle to haul these things to Likiep, except for the fieldtrip ship, but we would have had to wait for that for three months. P19de
 Eṃōj de jino riiti bok eo.I just started reading the book.de
 Rujlọkin raan eo juon, iḷak baj wanlōñ ḷọk jān lowa ikar lo Bojin eo ej de i raan kaju eo.When I woke up the next day, I went up and saw the Boatswain up on top of the mast. P863de
 Ij jañin kar lelolo pako dettaer de eo ilo mour e .I had never seen that many sharks in my whole life. P1004detta-
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kajjaadeTa ṇe kwōj kajjaade?What are you spying on?kōjjaad
juunṃaadeWōn ṇe kwōj juunṃaade?Whom are you mad at?juunṃaad
kajuunṃaadeTa eṇ ej kajuunṃaade?What makes him disagreeable?juunṃaad
EjañinuwaadeEjañinuwaade tok kōrā eo ippān bwe emootḷọk.He is lonesome for his wife who is gone on a trip.jañnuwaad
jañnuwaadeIj jañnuwaade tok eok.I am lonesome for you.jañnuwaad
badeEuwāween aṃ deor jān bade eoHow did you manage to slip out from the party?deor
 Etke kwaar jab itok ñan bade eoWhy didn't you come to the party?etke
 Ejaṃōṇōṇō bade eoThe party was uninteresting.jaṃōṇōṇō
 Ej kab jerkantak an mour bade inThe party is just coming to life.jerkan
 Kattu eo ilo bade eo, kōṃṃan jān jukkwe.The dip at the party was made from oysters.kattu
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likbadeKajjioñ kadede ḷọk aṃ booje injin ṇe im likbade ilju ṃōṃkaj jān raelep.”Try to hurry and get the engine ready and test drive it before tomorrow afternoon.” P110booj
 Injinia eo ej ba enaaj kadedeḷọk an booje ilju ej jibboñ im likbade ālikkin raelep innem kemmān jino ektak.”The Engineer says he is going to put it together tomorrow morning and test it in the afternoon, and then we will start to load.” P81ālikin
 Etọọke wa eṇ waan im ke ej likbade ālikin an kelọk ejọkurbaatat ḷọk jān ṃoktaHe pulled his boat ashore for maintenance and when he gave it a trial cruise after it was launched it caused more spray than before.jọkurbaatat
 Eṃṃan ainikien im āinwōt juon ñe jejab likbade wa in bwe ijeḷā ke eṃṃan an jerbal.It sounds good and it doesn’t matter if we don’t test drive this boat because I know it works well. P336jab
 Kajjioñ kadede ḷọk aṃ booje injin ṇe im likbade ilju ṃōṃkaj jān raelep.”Try to hurry and get the engine ready and test drive it before tomorrow afternoon.” P110likbad
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kōṃbadeEj kōṃbade kōn lieṇ ippān.He's being very careful about his wife.kōṃbade
 Kōṃbade wōtKeep on, don't give up.kōṃbade
dādeEkkā an kōrā dāde bar ñe rej ire.Women usually pull hair when they fight.dāde
EkkaadadeEkkaadade mejān jōōt eo an.He had on a multicolored brownish shirt.kōkaadad
miadeKọoḷọke (keoḷọke) miade eṇTear down the tower.oḷọk
jādeErjel kar mọọn ḷọk ilo mar ko im ḷak bar jāde tok erjel ej kōjerrāiki meto tak juon kōrkōr.They disappeared into the bushes and then reappeared carrying a small canoe. P1266kōjerrā
 Epād im ḷak jāde tok, eri-aelōñin pālle.When he returned after being absent for some time, he seemed more American.aelōñin pālle
 Baj anemkwōjier ke eñiin rej jañin jāde!They really are independent; aren't they, since they have not returned!anemkwōj
 Ej baj meḷan ḷọk ak ej bar jāde tok jān marok ko kōn juon tāāñ.After a moment he emerged from the darkness with the gas can. P577jāde
 Erjel kar mọọn ḷọk ilo mar ko im ḷak bar jāde tok erjel ej kōjerrāiki meto tak juon kōrkōr.They disappeared into the bushes and then reappeared carrying a small canoe. P1266mọọn
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
kadeRuuno eo ear kade ri-nañinmej eo.The medicine man treated the sick man by bloodletting.kadkad
 Kwōn jab kade bao eṇ bwe kwojowālel.Don't throw at that bird because your aim isn't good.jowālel
 Jab kade bao eṇ.Don't throw stones at that chicken.kade
 Kwōn kade bao eṇ.Throw something at that bird.kadkad
 Ilo juon dila ioon teek im jibwe tok im kade.I spotted a nail on the deck so I picked it up and threw it at the fish. P388dila
Ri-akadeRi-akade ro raṇ iuṃmwin eṇ.The bird watchers are over there under the breadfruit tree to locate where the birds are roosting.akade
ekkadkadeKwōn jab kōkadkade (ekkadkade) bao eṇ.Don't keep throwing stones at that bird.kadkad
 Ta ṇe kwōj kōkadkade (ekkadkade)?What do you keep throwing stones at?kadkad
kōkadkadeKwōn jab kōkadkade (ekkadkade) bao eṇ.Don't keep throwing stones at that bird.kadkad
 Ta ṇe kwōj kōkadkade (ekkadkade)?What do you keep throwing stones at?kadkad
jekadeKōjparok bwe renaaj jekade mejaṃBe careful that something doesn't get into your eyes.jekad-
kaikadeRej kaikade.They are fishing for ikadeikade
ajjikadeKwōnaaj ajjikade bajjek innām ellu.Keep throwing stones at him and he'll get angry.ajjikad
ṃōkadeAbōnen ṃōkade.The characteristics of an expert.abōne-
 Kwōnāj lale bwe akajokū ej akajokin ṃōkade.You will note that I watch birds to locate their roost like an expert.akajok
 Ṃōṃaanin Mājej rej make wōt ṃōkade ilo jurbak. Men of Mājej Island are famous tap dancers.jurbak
 Lukkuun jiñain ṃōkade men in.This is definitely the work of a master artist. jiña
EṃōkadeEṃōkade ilo piimboñ.He is expert at ping pong.ṃōkade
 Eṃōkade ilo piimboñ jān kwe.S/he is more expert at pingpong than you.jān
ṃadeBuñūn ṃade.Spear handle.buñ
 Inaaj buñi ṃade e aṃ ilju.I'll make a handle for your spear tomorrow.buñ
 Letok ṃade ṇe bwe in etal debdeb ek.Give me that spear so that I can go spear fish.debdeb
 Ekob ṃade eo .My spear was bent.kob
 An wōn ṇe ṃade kwōj ṃadede kake?Whose spear are you using?ṃadede
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kōṃadeLelọk jidik wūno bwe en kōṃade jān an metak.Give him a little medicine to ease his pain.ṃad
ankōṃadeEar ankōṃade em ejjeḷọk an maroñ.He was unable to do anything for he was taken by surprise.ankōṃad
 Ear ankōṃade em baiti.He hit him when he wasn't looking.ankōṃad
jennadeRej jennade im lale naaj jete taḷa kuṇaan juon eṃṃaan.They are calculating how much each man should contribute.jennade
Ri-jennadeRi-jennade.One who does the calculations.jennade
 Ri-jennade eo ej jennadeik wāween naaj ajeeje ṃani eo.The man who does the calculations is now figuring out how to divide the money.jennade
apādeIj apāde ḷeeṇ kōn bu e.I am waiting for him with a gun.apād
 Erro 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
ekaaepādpādeAn japojak ekaaepādpāde.His unpreparedness made him hesitant.aepedped
ripadeEtab ripade roThe party folks got high.tab
jekpādeEnañin ṃōj ke jekpāde ṃweoHave the rafters been put on the house?jekpād
atadeBōlen kwōn atade bwe en jab jako kāāj ṇeMaybe you should use a wire leader so you won't lose the hookatad
jabdeEn jab jabde aṃ ba.Don't blow your nose carelessly.ba
 Aerjeañ jabde enaaj eltakinṃaje er.Their carelessness will boomerang.aerjeañ
 En jab jabde aṃ eọiuti kubaak ṇeDon't lash the outrigger carelessly.eọiuti
 Ekadik jabde likao eṇ.The young man is very careless.jabde
waddeBao eo ear wadde ledik eo.The hen attacked the girl.wadde
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
adedeEḷap wōt an adede arin āninThere are lots of giant clam shells on the beach of this island.aded
 Rej adede ioon jimeeṇ eṇ.A giant clam shell is cemented to the concrete top.aded
EbbadedeEbbadede kiliṃ kōn aṃ kōjeje.Your skin is rough because you got sunburned.bōbadede
KobbadedeKobbadede.Your skin is rough.bōbadede
jibadedeEjeparujruj armej ñe ej iien jibadede iNaṃoPeople on Namu get excited when they prepare to catch flying fish there.jibadede
JādedeIar itok Jādede eo ḷọkI came last Saturday.Jādede
 Ke iar dik, ikōn wūdādo aolep Jādede.When I was young I used to sail toy hydroplanes every Saturday.wūdādo
 Inaaj etal Jādede in laḷ.I will go next Saturday.Jādede
ejjādedeIne ko kaṇ ejjādede mejāerSome of those seeds are beginning to sprout.jāde
kōjjādedeKwōn jab kōjjādede bwe kwe leddik.Don't show yourself in public too much for you're a girl.jāde
kōjādedeKōjeañ kōjādede em kōppojak ñan ilju.Let's do our Saturday chores and prepare for tomorrow.Jādede
kadedeEbabu ajiri eo kadede ioon jaki eo.The child has already lain down on the mat.babu
 Ejalōb kāāj e kadede.My hook has a barb already.jalōb
 Ebbaar kadede.It has already been guarded.bōbaar
 Eṃōj an jaaḷ wa eo kadede.The boat has already turned.jaaḷ
 Ejitaaṃ kadede leta eo.The letter has already been stamped.jitaaṃ
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ṃadedeAn wōn ṇe ṃade kwōj ṃadede kakeWhose spear are you using?ṃadede
 An wōn ṇe ṃade kwōj ṃadede kakeWhose spear are you using?kake
jejabdedeEṃōj ṇe aṃ jejabdede (ejjabdede) ak kwōn jino koortokjān aṃ mour.Stop being so carefree and start making something of your life.jabde
ejjabdedeEṃōj ṇe aṃ jejabdede (ejjabdede) ak kwōn jino koortokjān aṃ mour.Stop being so carefree and start making something of your life.jabde
EdedeEdede ḷọk men wōtōmjej.Everything is ready.dede
 Edede ḷọk ṃōñāI've finished eating.dede
kajeededeEj kajeedede riab ṇe an.She's spreading her lies.ajeeded
 Etke kwōj kajeedede ḷọk ak kwọj jab kajeedede tok?Why are you spreading it that away but not in our direction?ajeeded
 Etke kwōj kajeedede ḷọk ak kwọj jab kajeedede tok?Why are you spreading it that away but not in our direction?ajeeded
EmmededeEmmedede nuknuk ṇe aṃ.There are scraps of coconut meat on your clothes.mede
jijidedeWūnin an wiin kōn an jijidede (ijjidede) em ṃōṃan eṃṃanpein.S/he won because s/he was lucky and had a good hand.jide
kajjidedeEṃōj ṇe aṃ kajjidede.Stop depending on chance.jide
ri-kajjidedeJuon ṇe ri-kajjidede.S/he's one of those lucky people.jide
 Ṃool ke kwe ri-kajjidede.It's true that you always guess at the answerskajjidede
ijjidedeWūnin an wiin kōn an jijidede (ijjidede) em ṃōṃan eṃṃanpein.S/he won because s/he was lucky and had a good hand.jide
wūdedeIj kōkōṇak (ekkōṇak) nuknuk wūdede.I'm wearing ragged clothes.wūdede
diedeEṃṃan diede ṇe dieṃ.Your earring looks nice.diede
 Kwōn diek diede ṇe dieṃ.Wear your earrings.diede
jedeRaar jede ṃweo ṃokta jān aer deḷọñe.They kept a lookout on the house before raiding it.jedjed
 "Jede ak eō" ej juon iaan jabōn kōnnaan ko an ri-Ṃajeḷ."Look up to the frigate bird" is a Marshallese proverb. (It means to follow and respect the traditional chief.)ak
 Kōmmān jimor jede im jāāle lōñ ḷọkWe all followed it with our eyes as it went up into the sky. P940jejāāl
 Ḷōṃaro rej jede baḷuun eo.The men are looking up at the plane.jejed
 Rej jede eo im lale elōñ ke leen.They look up to see if the breadfruit tree has borne fruit.jejed
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kajjedeKwōn kajjede ḷadik ṇe bwe en lale baḷuun eṇ.Make the boy look up so he'll see the plane.jejed
EḷọḷōjjedeEḷọḷōjjede kōn jerbal eo an.He envies him because of his job.ḷọḷōjjed
MedeAidik tata Mede.Mary is the slimmest.aidik
 Ijoke, eajejtata Mede.However, Mary is the most generous.ajej
 Mede eṇ bwe ej jab aelọk albakbōkin.That's Mary because that's obviously how she carries things tucked under her arm.albakbōk
 Letok jiṃin mede ṇe bwe en kijō.Give me the lower half of the coconut shell to eat.jiṃ
mejinedeKōn an kar mejinede ro ḷōmṇak bwe wūno in Ṃajeḷ ej jerbal kōn anijnij, raar jab kanooj ṃōṇōṇō in kōtḷọk an armej kōjerbale.Because the missionaries thought that Marshallese medicine involved sorcery, they were not very happy to permit people to use it. S8mejinede
 Kōn an kar mejinede ro ḷōmṇak bwe wūno in Ṃajeḷ ej jerbal kōn anijnij, raar jab kanooj ṃōṇōṇō in kōtḷọk an armej kōjerbale.Because the missionaries thought that Marshallese medicine involved sorcery, they were not very happy to permit people to use it. S8anijnij
 Kōn an kar mejinede ro ḷōmṇak bwe wūno in Ṃajeḷ ej jerbal kōn anijnij, raar jab kanooj ṃōṇōṇō in kōtḷọk an armej kōjerbale.Because the missionaries thought that Marshallese medicine involved sorcery, they were not very happy to permit people to use it. S8kōtḷọk
pedpedeEmake pedpede likin āninThis island has quite a reef.pedped
jipedeRaar jipede.He was run over (by an automobile).jijiped
 Emālijlij bao eo raar jipede.The chicken they ran over is really smashed.mālij
BōḷaideEkkā wōt am teej in Bōḷaide.We often have tests on Friday. We normally have tests on Fridays.kōkā
BūḷāideEar kōṇak juon uḷa rōōj Būḷāide eoHe wore a loud aloha shirt on Friday.rōōj
dideWōn eo ewiin ilo dide eoWho won the relay?dide
eideLale aolōk eide eokBe careful or that Portuguese man-o'-war might sting you.idid
JideJide im anilen bwe jen bar lo doon.It's lucky and our fate to see each other again.anilen
 Ej kappok an jide.He's apple-polishing.kappok jide
 Koṃwin jab kappok ami jide im āinwōt ñe koṃ ajri.Stop being like children polishing apples.kappok jide
EjidjideEjidjide turun ṃwiinThere are a lot of crickets around this house.jidjid
EjideEjide im bōk jerbal eo.He was lucky to get the job.jide
enkanaodeJab rọọl ñane bwe enkanaode.Do not turn back for it or it will bring misfortune.enkanaode
aikūtōkōdeKwaar aikūtōkōde ke juub ṇeDid you put aikūtōkōd fish in the soup?aikūtōkōd
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
ṃadṃōdeBōlen eṃṃan ñe kōjjel jino ākto aḷaḷ kiin ṇa i lọjet im pojak ñan ñe eraan im merame mejān Injinia ñan an ṃadṃōde injin ṇe,” Kapen eo eba.Maybe we should start unloading some of this lumber into the water so that we’ll be ready when there’s enough light for the Engineer to see and start fixing the engine,” the Captain said. P668ṃadṃōd
kōṃadṃōdeTa ṇe kwōj kōṃadṃōde?What are you working on?ṃadṃōd
 Ḷeo eḷap an kar tiljek im kōjparoke wa in ilo an kar kōṃadṃōde.The man was very careful and protected the boat while he was working on it. P12ṃadṃōd
 Āinwōt euñkipden an oḷọk eake im kōṃadṃōde lōñ tak ek eo.It was a well coordinated action the way he was tipping over and working very hard to bring in the fish. P1310uñkipden
 Ej jok wōt turin injin eo ak eṃōkaj im kōṃadṃōde jet men i kōjaan injin eo.He landed next to the engine and started to tinker with some things on the side of it. P615kōja
 Ikar erre lọk wōt im lale aerro kōṃadṃōde Kapen eo ke ej iñiñtōk ijo.I watched the two of them try to treat the Captain as he thrashed around. P1165ṃadṃōd
jawōdeEar jawōde juon leddik.He seduced a girl.jawōd
ḷāwōdeKwōj ba jebaj ḷāwōde ḷọk aelōñin kapilōñ kaṇ wōt jidik,” Bojin eo eba.In other words, we were almost to the Caroline Islands, the Boatswain said. P1205baj
ewōdwōdeEmaroke tiṃa eo ṇailik innem emijak kapen eo in ṃwear kōnke ewōdwōde lowaan to eo.The ship was benighted at the ocean-side of the atoll and the captain was afraid to enter the lagoon for fear of running aground on any of the coral heads littering the channel.marok
JānwōdeLo eok Jānwōde ñe eṃṃan mōur im ankilaan Irooj.See you in January if my health's OK and it's the Lord's will.ankilaa-
 Jānwōde ej allōñ eo iṃaan tata ilo juon iiō.January is the first month of the year.Jānwōde
 Eṃṃanḷọk jān an āindeṇe im āinwōt ej jānwōde wa in,” Bojin eo euwaak.Better than letting him go on like this as if he's sailing this boat single-handedly,” the Boatswain replied. P1047āinde-
kanwōdeEṃōj ke aṃ kanwōde ok eo?Have you mended the net?kanwōd
kaeọñwōdeKoṃin āñin ri-pālle ṇe im kaeọñwōde.You take the ri-pālle with you and have have him fish with you.eọñwōd
bowōdeJei im jati ro raar bowōde doonThe brothers quarreled with each other.bowōd
kaajilowōdeJilkinḷọk ri-eọñōd raṇe bwe ren kaajilowōde ḷok ek eṇ.Send the fishermen to speed up the process so the fish can be ready to surround with the coconut fish scarer.ajilowōd
KwowōdeKwowōde ajjipekin bōb eo im ḷak leḷọk ṃak eo.Your chewed the best part of the pandanus and gave him the butt (the ṃak). ajjipek
kabbwilwōwōdeKwōn jab kabbwilwōwōde ajiri ṇeDon't let the child get the smell of the reef.būbwilwōdwōd
PhariseeJutōj ear ketake Jijej ñan Pharisee roJudas betrayed Jesus to the Pharisees.ketak
knifeBakbōk lijib men ṇe. That's one dull knife!That knife is dull.lijib
ieEj etal in kaaj ijeṇ rej ṃanṃan piik ie.He's going to get some liver where they're butchering the pigs.aj
 Ajokḷāin juon āne ekkā wōt an ejjeḷọk armej ej jokwe ie.There is usually no one living on either end of an island.ajokḷā
 Akadeiktok ia eṇ bao ṇe ej edde ie.Go find out where that bird is roosting.akade
 Ej ṃōjin ak ibar tōbtōb ṃaan ḷọk im ḷak ijo ippān injin eo, ijibwe tok bakōj eo im jino ānene ḷọk dān eo ṇa ie.When I was done, I pulled myself to where the engine was, picked up the bucket, and started to bail out the rest of the water. P605ānen
 Kwōn etal in kāātete tok lowaan ṃweeṇ im lale ta eo kwomaroñ loe ie.Go and sniff around in that house and see what you might find in it.ātāt
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EṃweieEṃweie ami eṇ an Amedka kōn kein tariṇae.The United States army has the best weapons.ami
ri-ṃweieArmej jeedwaan eo eaar uññare ri-ṃweie eo kōnke ekwōle.The hungry tramp begged for food from the rich person.armej jeedwaan
iieLale iie ekij eok.Watch out for centipedes that they don't bite you.iie
 Iie in kōtak.Needle for tying on thatch.iie
 Iie in ia ṇe aṃ?Where did you get your needle from?iie
 Iie in aj.Needle for sewing thatch.iie
mejkaiieWūnin aṃ addimejmej ṇe kōn aṃ mejkaiie.You've lost your coordination because you yearn after but can't get to first base with women.mejkaiie
 Eaḷapḷọk im mejkaiie.He's a dirty old man.aḷapḷọk
 Eaḷapḷọk im mejkaiie.He's a dirty old man.mejkaiie
eiieḶōṃa e eiie rak tok bwe edik lọk kōto in.Men, summertime is near as the wind is fairer.iien rak
keiieEḷap an keiie wa eṇ.That boat is very useful.keiie
EkeiieEkeiie lieṇShe is a great help.keiie
EmejjiieEmejjiie bao eṇ.That bird is quick to die.mejjiie
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
AikiieAikiie tata ke?Is it the easiest to tow?aik
EaikiieEaikiie wa e.This boat is easy to tow.aik
 Eaikiie ḷọk jān ṃoktaIt's easier to tow than before.aik
JaḷiieJaḷiie tata wa eṇ waan Alfred.Alfred's canoe is the easiest to turn.jaḷiie
 Ta eṇ ear kōṃṃan bwe lukkuun jaḷiie wa eṇ?.What makes that canoe so easy to turn?jaḷiie
ejaḷiieEṃṃan wa ṇe bwe ejaḷiie.That canoe is good because its easy to turn.jaḷiie
kipliieKwōn kipliie ñan jeṃaṃ im jinōṃ, bwe en to raan ko aṃ ioon āneo Jeova aṃ Anij ej lewōj ñan eok.Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land that the Lord thy God giveth thee. S5jine-
 Kwōn kipliie ñan jeṃaṃ im jinōṃ, bwe en to raan ko aṃ ioon āneo Jeova aṃ Anij ej lewōj ñan eok.Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land that the Lord thy God giveth thee. S5le-
 Kwōn kipliie ñan jeṃaṃ im jinōṃ, bwe en to raan ko aṃ ioon āneo Jeova aṃ Anij ej lewōj ñan eok.Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land that the Lord thy God giveth thee. S5kipliie
 Kwōn kipliie ñan jeṃaṃ im jinōṃ, bwe en to raan ko aṃ ioon āneo Jeova aṃ Anij ej lewōj ñan eok.Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land that the Lord thy God giveth thee. S5jema-
EjọiieEjọiie injin eṇ.That engine starts easily.jọwiie
kōiieInnem ta eo bwe en oktam (oktak im) kōiie tata ñan jerbal eṇ?Then what happened to make her the best qualified for the job?kōiie
 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
 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
EkōiieEkōiie wa eṇ waan Jọọn, ak ekōieḷọk wa eṇ waan Pita.John's boat is sturdy; however, Peter's boat is sturdier.kōiie
KwokōiieKwokōiie ḷọk jān ṃoktaYou certainly are worthier than previously. You are better qualified than before.kōiie
etokwiieJab kōbaatat iturun bwe etokwiie.Don't smoke close to it cause it's combustible.tokwiie
rieSenator eo jān Mājej eaar rie pepe eo an senator ṃōttan jān Aelok.The senator from Mejit backed up the proposal of his fellow-senator from Aelok. rie
 Ewōr ke aṃ ḷōmṇak bwe in rie?Do you have any plan that I should endorse?rie
wieEar wie ni eo.He pierced the coconut.wie
ewieLale ṇok ṇe ewie mejāmBe careful that coconut midrib doesn't pierce your eye.wie
jeKwōn je etaṃ ñan bajinjea.Write your name as a passenger.bajinjea
 Ear je bwebwenatoun mour eo an.He wrote his own biography -- his autobiography.bwebwenatoun mour an juon armej
 Eḷap an aetok jantōj ṇe kwaar je.That sentence you wrote is quite long.jāntōj
 Kwōmetak je ke?Do you have a stomach ache?je
 Kwōnañin jab je in kọọt?Why can't you give up stealing?je
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ajeJijej ear aje mour eo an ñan kōj.Jesus offered his life for our salvation.aje
 Men in aje ekōn jerbal ilo iien rot ṇe an eb, tariṇae, im kwelọk an irooj eḷḷap ro im aḷap ro etto.This drum used to be used at such times as dances, battles, and as an alarm for calling together family leaders in olden times. S11kōkein
 Likūt menin aje ko ami ṇa ioon tapnakōḷ ṇePut your offerings on the tabernacle.menin aje
 Ripenpen aje eo ṇeThat's the drummer.penpen
 Ri-aje eo eḷak pikūri aje eo nājin, eḷọkjān an armej ro.When the drummer started beating on his drum the audience was amazed.aje
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ājeEar āje juon jaki.She wove a mat.āj
 Ear āje juwain ṇeShe knit that lace.āj
 Wōn ṇe ear āje iep ṇeWho wove that basket?iep
 Jake ṇe kwaar āje ejej-uwaanThe mat you wove is unique.jej-uwaan
kōbaajeKwōn kōbaaje.Try to make him passbaaj
JaajeJaaje pāātre ṇeCharge the battery.jaaj
 Kab jaaje akkawūn eo .Be sure to charge it to my account.jaaj
ejaajeKoot ejaaje ḷadik eo ekar kadek.The Court charged the boy with having been drunk.jaaj
ḷaaṃ-kaajeEar ḷaaṃ-kaaje ajri eo ḷọk ñan ṃweoHe used a Coleman lantern to escort the child to the house.ḷaaṃ kaaj
BaiklaajeBaiklaaje tok ṃōk wa eṇ.Take a look at the boat through the binoculars.baiklaaj
kōbaikulaajeKwōn kōbaikulaaje.You let him use the binoculars.baiklaaj
kaṃaajeJajen eṇ ej kaṃaaje ḷọk rūttariṇae raṇ ñan kāām eo aer.The sergeant is marching the troops to their camp.ṃaaj
bajeKwōn baje ḷọk ajri raṇe ñan jikuuḷ.Bus those children to school.baj
kabajeRej kabaje injin eṇ jān lowaan wa eṇ.They're using the crane to take the engine out of that ship.kabaj
urabbajeEar urabbaje ni eo.He shinnied up the coconut tree.urabbaj
kọurabbajeEar kọurabbaje ajri eo.He made the child shinny up the tree.urabbaj
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
kobajeJab kepaake bwe kwōnaaj kobaje.Don't go too close or you'll get in his way.koobob
kōbajeKwōn uke ḷadik e im kōbaje.Take this boy and put him on the bus.baj
Ri-ajeRi-aje eo eḷak pikūri aje eo nājin, eḷọkjān an armej ro.When the drummer started beating on his drum the audience was amazed.aje
 Juon iaan jerbal ko an baata ej ri-aje katok in missa.One of the functions of a priest is to offer the sacrifice of the Mass.aje
jajeIbūroṃōj kōn an jaje ḷōmṇakI'm so sorry for his inability to reason.jaje ḷōmṇak
 Ekotok-kilū kōn aṃ jaje ṃanitYour actions give me goose pimples.kotok-kilin
 Tilkaworin jaje.The fishing for lobster of an inexperienced person.tilkawor
 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
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JājeJāje eo eṇ idipin ni eṇ.The machete is at the bottom of that coconut tree.dāpi-
 Ekkañ jāje ṇe aṃ.Your machete is sharp.kōkañ
 Wūnin an kōkōṃ (ekkōṃ) jāje ṇe kōnke māāl waan.It's an alloy, that's why your machete is breakable.māāl waan
 Mejān jāje.Edge of the machete.māj
 Ebwilọk mejān jāje eThe blade of this machete is chipped.mejān jāje
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ajajeEbok ajaje iarin āneṇThe lagoon side of the islet has a lots of coarse sand.bok ajaj
kāājājeBōtōktōk ej kāājāje.It's the blood that's making him naughty.ājāj
kōmaajajeJen kōmaajaje ḷain in.Let's clear up this plot of land.maaj
KwaajajeKwaajaje ḷọk jān e.You have more calves than he does.ajaj
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
abjājeTa ejaje abjāje keCan't she tuck things under the arm?abjāje
kaabjājeEjaje kaabjāje.She doesn't know how to tuck things under the arm.abjāje
rūkaabjājeEnaaj eṃṃan bwe rūkaabjāje eo eṇ enaaj jipañe.It's going to work out, as the guy who's good at tucking things under his arms will help her.abjāje
EjajeEjaje bakōḷe kañūr eṇ an.He doesn't know how to buckle his belt.bakōḷ
 Ejaje bobo injin.He doesn't know how to put an engine together.bobo
 Ejaje idik pein armej.He never shakes hands.idik
 Kwōn jab kajijete bwe ejaje jijetDon't make him sit because he doesn't know how yet.jijet
 Ejaje kōmañmañHe's very cruel when punishing.kōmañmañ
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jejajeBwe jejaje koṃro en kar kōṇaan ke ṃōñā, ke raij im kuwat kōjota e am iṃwiin,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.I didn’t know if you guys were going to want to eat; our family had rice and tinned meat for supper,” the old man said. P189jaje
rejajeAjriin raan kein rejaje kajjeorModern day Marshallese children do not know how to play kajjeorkajjeor
 Ej juon iaan ro rejaje bōnbōnHe is one of those who doesn't know math.jaje
 Ajiri raṇ nejin ritto raṇ rejaje kuṇaerThe children of the old couple aren't very thoughtful of their parents.jaje kuṇaa-
 Bwe iba rej ḷōmṇak rej kōjparok kōj jān jorrāān, ak rejaje ke ilo aer kōṃṃane men in rej kọkkure wāween mour eo ad jaar jolōte jān ro jiṃṃaad,” Jema eba.It seems to me that they think they are protecting us, but what they don’t know is that in doing so they are destroying the way of life we inherited from our ancestors," Father said. P401jolōt
IjajeIjaje ṃōñā kōn aji.I don't know how to use chopsticks.aji
 Eokwe, ijaje bwe etūṃ jān baḷuun eo.Well, I don't know but he missed the plane.ekwe
 Ijaje ia eo ear ilọk ñan e.I don't know where he went.jaje
 Ijaje jaṃ men rot ṇeI don't know how to steal that kind of thing.jaṃ
 Ijaje kajjiṃaatatI wouldn't know how to act smart.jiṃaat
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jijājeKwōn jijāje nuknuk ṇeCut that cloth.jijāj
kwojijājeLale kwojijāje eokBe careful you don't cut yourself with the scissors.jijāj
KōjājjājeKōjājjāje dekā kaṇe.Skip those stones over the water.jājjāj
uṃjājeEṃōj ke aṃ uṃjāje nuknuk ṇeDid you wring the clothes?uṃjāj
rūkaabōjājeKwōnaaj jeḷā bwe kwaar rūkaabōjāje ñan jar kaṇ.You should know you were responsible for people tucking things under their arms.abjāje
RōjajeRōjaje ḷōmṇakThey are inconsiderate.jaje ḷōmṇak
 Rōjaje jājḷọk jān doon.They are inseparable.jājḷọk
KwojajeKwojaje aḷeḷe ke?Don't you know how to fish using the surround method?aḷeḷe
kwōjajeTa kwōjaje jōōtōt ke?Don't you know how to put on a shirt?jōōtōt
 Koban jeḷā bwe kwōjaje rore (errwe).You'll never know because you don't know how to fish in crevices.rore
akajeIa eo akaje eo eetal ie ḷọkWhere did the V.I.P. go?akaje
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
Ri-kajeRi-kaje eo ṇeThat's the one who does the punishing.kaje
eṃṃōkajeKwaar ṃōṃōkaje (eṃṃōkaje) ke kukure ikkureeo?Did you get to the games early?ṃōṃōkaj
 Ear ṃōṃōkaje (eṃṃōkaje) iij eo.He got there in time for some yeast (drink).ṃōṃōkaj
ṃōṃōkajeKwaar ṃōṃōkaje (eṃṃōkaje) ke kukure ikkureeo?Did you get to the games early?ṃōṃōkaj
 Ear ṃōṃōkaje (eṃṃōkaje) iij eo.He got there in time for some yeast (drink).ṃōṃōkaj
kōpeḷajeEitok juon taiṃoṇ em kōpeḷaje.He drew a diamond which gave him flushes.peḷaj
kilajeEṃōj ṇe aṃ kilaje mejaṃStop admiring yourself in the mirror.kilaj
ṃajeAjej in kabwebweūṃ enaaj eltakin ṃaje eok juon iien.Your cheating will one day bring you negative consequences.ajej in kabwebwe
EṃajeEṃaje iarin āninThere are lots of eels along the lagoon side of this islet.ṃaj
kalleṃajeJab kalleṃaje aṃ kanōk to ṇeDon't jerk the rope while you're pulling it in.leleṃaj
kamājmājeKwōn kamājmāje ainbat ṇeCover that pot with a lid.mājmāj
kōṃajṃajeEṃōj aer kōṃajṃajeThey gave me medicine for my tumor.ṃaj
eltakinṃajeAerjeañ jabde enaaj eltakinṃaje erTheir carelessness will boomerang.aerjeañ
BōkāñajeBōkāñaje nuknuk ṇe .Spray some perfume on my dress.bōkāñaj
KōjemānajeKōjemānaje ḷadik eṇ.Have the boy be the one to pass thatch.jemān aj
keñajeKwōjaaṃ keñaje peiūStop bumping the sore on my arm!kōkeñaj
RōropājeRōropāje ṃōn wia eo an boñ.His store was looted last night.ropāj
iarajeEḷap an iaraje aelōñ eṇ.There are lots of taro on that atoll.iaraj
būrajeKwōn būraje raan tebōḷ ṇe bwe ettoon.Brush off the top of that table because it's dirty.būraj
KabūrajeKabūraje ajri raṇ.Make the children brush their teeth.būraj
wajeRūbbaar ro raar waje lōb eo libōn Jesus.The guards stood watch at Jesus's grave.baar
 Bwilijmāāṇ ro rej waje ṃweo ṃōn būreejtōn eo.The police guard the president's house.waj
 Ej waje ṃweiuk kaṇ.He guards the merchandise.waj
 Kab pād wōt turin im waje bwe ñe enana taṃṃwin, kwōkōjjeḷā lōñ tak.”You stay here and watch him and let us know if his mood changes for the worse.” P1068kōjjeḷā
 Kab ke en meḷak ñan ad waje meram eṇ.That way there will be a clear view for us to focus on the light. P1122meḷak
kọwajwajeKwōn jab kọwajwaje bwe enaaj loṃaan.I wouldn't let her wear a watch or she'll get arrogant.wajwaj
bōrwajeItok jen bōrwaje ṃwe bwe ettal.Come let's cap this roof because it leaks.bōrwaj
 Kwōn wātin (wātok in) jipañ bōrwaje wa e waarro.Come and help me put another coating of paint on our boat.bōrwaj
abjeAn abje ekaapañ an wōnṃaanḷọk.Her shyness hinders her progress.abje
kaabjeTa eṇ ej kaabje ledik raṇ kaake?What is he doing to make the girls shy?abje
RūabjeRūabje rōban tōprak.People who are shy will never make it.abje
ejeRej eje lōñḷọk ṃweeṇThey're building the house higher.ejej
kadejdejeKōjparok aṃ kadejdeje ek ṇe bwe en jab ḷorakBe careful while tiring the fish so it won't get entangled with a coral head.kaddejdej
KaddejdejeKaddejdeje ṃokta jān aṃ tōbwe.Let it tire before you haul it in.kaddejdej
ajeejeRi-jennade eo ej jennadeik wāween naaj ajeeje ṃani eo.The man who does the calculations is now figuring out how to divide the money.jennade
ejọkleejeLale ejọkleeje nuknuk ṇe aṃBe careful you don't get chocolate on your clothes.jọkleej
aelmeejeEṃōj aelmeeje arin ṃweeṇThe lagoon side of that tract of land is infested with the surgeonfish.aelmeej
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
jọweejeElukkuun jọweeje an etal.He was terribly late in going.jọweej
kōjọweejeTa ṇe ear kōjọweeje an etal.What made him so late?jọweej
jiejeEbōk nañinmej in jieje.He got the swollen abdomen sickness.jieje
ejiejeEmootḷọk in taktō Awai bwe ejieje.He went to Hawaii for treatment for his swollen abdomen.jieje
tiliejeKwōn tilieje wa ṇe bwe eḷap kōto in.Reef the sail of your canoe because the wind is strong.tiliej
jejeKwōn jab anōk jeje.Don't imitate my writing.anōk
 Ejjeḷọk apeltakin an jeje.The way he writes is really clumsy.apeltak
 Rōba eṃṃan ñe ej jeje etan ippān baaṃle eṇ bwe en kab ri-jolōt ie.They said that it would be good if he register with that family so he could be an inheritor there. ba
 Emṃan eltan pein ilo an jeje.His handwriting is good.eḷtan pā
 Jej aikuj jeje im jibadekḷọk āneṇWe need to sail into the wind and try to reach that islet.jeje
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ajejeRi-ajej ro rej ajeje wōt ṃọñā eo.Those who are distributing the food are still doing it.ajej
jejājejeEḷap an jejājeje (ejjājeje) wa in kiiō.This canoe has lots of machetes in it right now.jāje
ejjājejeEḷap an jejājeje (ejjājeje) wa in kiiō.This canoe has lots of machetes in it right now.jāje
jekajejeJemaroñ kōmatte im ewaḷọk jekajeje (eṃṃan ñan limen niñniñ).We can boil it to become jekajeje (a good beverage for babies). S19jekajeje
iṃṃajejeInaaj bōk mejin bwe iṃṃajeje.I'm getting a cold because I'm sneezing all the time.ṃaje
EjejeEjeje ḷeeṇHe's got the jeje disease.jeje
 Ejeje etaṃ ilo baaṃle eṇ.Your name is written and listed in that family.jeje
 Wa eo eṇ ejeje.The canoe is sailing into the wind.jeje
kọweejejeKwōn jab kọweejeje aṃ kōnnaan.Don't lisp when you talk.weejej
jakkijejeEar maroñ wiin ilo ettōr aetok eo kōn an jakkijeje.He won the long distance run because he seldom tires.jakkijeje
ri-jakkijejeAlfred ej juon ri-jakkijeje.Alfred is someone who seldom tires.jakkijeje
ikkijejeEḷap kūkijeje (ikkijeje) ḷọk raan kein.I get tired quickly these days.kūkijeje
kūkijejeEḷap kūkijeje (ikkijeje) ḷọk raan kein.I get tired quickly these days.kūkijeje
rijejeIkōṇaan kakkije jān rijeje.I wish to resign as scribe.kakkije
 Rijeje bwebwenatoHistorian writer.jeje
ri-jejeḶeeṇ emej ej juon iaan ri-jeje ro ilo aujpitōḷ.The dead man is one of those who had jeje in the hospital.jeje
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
injejeKwōn injeje kōjām eṇ.Install the hinges on that door.injej
abbōjejeKwōjeḷā ke ewōr ḷaddik ijōkaṇe bwe ebar jino abbōjeje.You'll know there are boys around because she starts flirting.abje
 Kwōn jab abbōjeje!Don't go around flirting!abje
 Kwōj abbōjeje ḷọk ñan ia?Where are you taking your flirting?abje
EabbōjejeEabbōjeje.She's always bashful.abje
kōjejeEbbadede kiliṃ kōn aṃ kōjeje.Your skin is rough because you got sunburned.bōbadede
 Eto an libbukwe eo kōjeje innem eor jān ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) inThe shell stayed out so long in the sun that it was bleached.eor
 Eil ālkū kōn kar kōjeje.I was sunbathing and I got blisters on my back.il
 Iñiñtōk tata aḷaḷ ear kōjeje.That lumber that was exposed to sunlight is the most twisted.iñtōk
 Jab kōjeje bwe kwōnaaj kakilkil.Stay out of the sun or you'll get sunburned.kakilkil
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aḷkōjejeRi-pālle eo ej jarleplep im aḷkōjeje.The American is lying on his back and sunbathing.jarleplep
aḷkwōjejeKadikdik aḷkwōjeje bwe kwōnaaj ākilkilYou'd better go slow or you'll peel from sunbathing.aḷkwōjeje
 Lio ej aḷkwōjeje ioon bok.She was sunbathing on the beach.aḷkwōjeje
ri-aḷkwōjejeEiruj ri-aḷkwōjeje ro wōj ippān ri-kadek eo.The sunbathers were agitated by the drunken man.aḷkwōjeje
alejeIḷak reilọk ej aleje bu eo in itōn buuki ri-kọọt eo.As I was looking he was aiming to shoot the thief.alej
kajiṃalejlejeTa ṇe ear kajiṃalejleje eokWhat is making you dizzy?jiṃalejlej
kōjeplejeJab men ippān ḷeeṇ / lien bwe enāj kōjepleje eokDon't have intercourse with him / her or you'll get an STD.jeplej
kaamejeEkōmatte raij eo im kaameje.He half-cooked the rice.amej
emejeKọjerbal to ṇe ekaāl im emeje wa ṇe kake.Use the new rope to anchor the boat.emje
kajemejeKwōn kajemeje ledik eṇ bwe emāni nuknuk eṇ an.You should have the girl wear a slip because her dress is thin.jemej
keememejeKwōn keememeje ta eo iaar ba ñan kwe.Remember what I told you.keememej
kakeememejeKwōn kakeememeje ṃokta jen an naaj meḷọkḷọke.Remind him before he forgets.ememej
kakememejeKab kakememejeBe sure to remind me.kakememej
kaademlōkmejeAnij ear kaademlōkmeje kōjGod gave us our inalienable rights.addemlōkmej
ilomejeEjjeḷam ettōlin ke eḷak mej aolepān aelōñ eo im ilomeje.He was so charismatic that when he died the entire atoll mourned for him.ettōl
ri-lomejeEar kanooj lōñ ri-lomeje būreejtōn eo.There were multitudes of people mourning the dead president.ilomej
armejeEto an bwij kaṇ an armeje doonThe members of the lineages have been feuding for quite some time.an armeje doon
 Koṃro en jab an armeje doon bwe enaaj or bwijerro.You shouldn't fight each other or a great misfortune will result.an armeje doon
dumejeKwōn dumeje eṃ nuknuk ṇe bwe en jab peḷḷọk.Stake down the tent so it won't blow away.dumej
kōnājnejeEar kōtrai im kōnājneje etan Anij ḶapḷapHe committed blasphemy by cursing the name of Almighty God.Anij Ḷapḷap
peejnejeKwōn jab peejneje armej kōn waj nana kaṇe.Stop cheating people with those poor quality watches.peejnej
 Kwōn jab peejneje armej kōn waj nana kaṇe.Stop cheating people with those poor quality watches.kōn
kanejnejeEmọ kanejneje bwe ṃaanjeIt is forbidden to swear at him because he is a first-born.ṃaanje
kọkwōpejpejeJab kọkwōpejpeje iaḷ ṇeDon't litter the road.kwōpejpej
jerkakpejeJijej ear jerkakpeje ilo raan eo kein kajilu.Jesus rose from the dead on the third day.jerkakpeje
 Men kein rej kōjerbali ñan iien eoreak, jiljino raan ālikin an armej eṇ mej im iien eo rej tōmak bwe ri-mej eṇ ej jerkakpeje.These things are used for the time of spreading the gravel,” six days after the time of death, when they believe that the dead rise. S14jerkakpeje
jọkpejeWōn e ear jọkpeje bok e?Who dumped this book in the trash?jọkpej
 Jọkpeje ilo taṃ eṇ.Throw it away at the dump.taṃ
RōjọkpejeRōjọkpeje.He was rejected. He was dumped.jọkpej
kọkwōpejeRaar kọkwōpeje ine ko.They sorted the seeds.kọkwōpej
iupejeEḷap an iupeje wāto eṇ.There are too many overgrown sprouted coconuts in that land tract.iupej
kaiupejeRej kaiupeje wāto eṇ.They are cleaning that tract of iupejiupej
atōrejeIar atōreje lōta eo ñan ledik eo jera.I addressed the letter to my girl.atōrej
ijeKwōn ilele tok jān jabōn ile ṇe bwe ij ilele waj jān ije?Can you string the fish from the other end while I string from this end?ile
 Ije in etal eọñōd.I am not going fishing again (because of what happened last time).je
 Etōke kwaar kōjauñ ije kuṇaaṃWhy did you contribute less?jọuñ
 Ejọuñḷọk wōt ije kuṇaan Tony jān Alfred.Tony's contribution is less than Alfred's.jọuñ
 Raar pānuktok wōt nuknuk ṇa ije.Someone just threw these clothes down here.pānuk
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kijeEḷap an kije ḷeeṇ ilo jerbal.He works hard.kije
EkijeEkije bae in Jepaan.Japanese bamboo is strong.bae
 Ekije aḷaḷ ṇeThat lumber is hardwood.kije
kakkijeḶōḷḷap eo ear bōk an kakkije inneThe old man passed away yesterday.bōk kakkije
 Jen kakkije ijinLet's rest here.ijin
 Raar kakkije ijoThey rested there.ijo
 Ri-jeṃjerā ro remoot in kakkije.The two friends went on a vacation.jeṃjerā
 Ikōṇaan kakkije jān rijeje.I wish to resign as scribe.kakkije
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lijeEj lije mọọr eo ṇai lọjet. ej liji mọọr ko ṇai lọjet.He's rinsing the bait in the sea.lije
mijeKōmij pād wōt in mije eokWe will stick with you come what will.mije
 Eḷōmṇak jidik innem ba, Kōṃro wōt Bojin naaj mije jebwe e ak kwe wōt ilo injin ṇe.”He thought for a minute and then said, The Boatswain and I will steer and you take care of the engine.” P545mije
EarmijeEarmije āninThis island has lots of people. or This island is inhabited.armej
kapijeEor ke kapije jekaṇeIs there any grub around?kapije
jerkakpijeKūraij ear kaṃool naan eo an ke ear jerkakpije ilo raan eo kein kajilu.Christ fulfilled his word when he rose on the third day.kaṃool
bwijinbwijeEṃṃan tutu kōn bwijinbwije ippaI like using a coir fibre when bathing.bwijinbwije
kajjeEar kajje ke ear jab kọọt.He swore that he didn't steal.kajje
Ri-kajjeRi-kajje.One who swears.kajje
injejjeEḷap an injejje kiiō iṃōn wia eṇ.Right now there are lots of hasps in that store.injej
mejjeKōmbaab epāāt ak kōm ḷak etal ñan mejje eo ej tūkōk wōt.We thought the tide was low but when we got to the opening it was still high tide. baab
 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
 Kōjro jurōke mejje eṇ ṃokta jān an pāāt.Let's the two of us fish with a net and scarer at the opening between those islets before the tide goes out.jurōk
 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
kabijjeKe 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
kapijjeKab jujen kōpeḷḷọke im elletok kijedmān bwe jen kapijje ṃokta jān ad wūne mejād ñan ilju jibboñ.”Then open it up and take out a few for each of us so we can eat before we try to get some shut eye until morning.” P807letok
 Kwōn pād wōt bwe kwōn kapijje,” eba im aōṇōṇ āne ḷọkYou stay there and eat,” he said as he started paddling toward the shore. P1276kapije
 Kwōn pād wōt bwe kwōn kapijje,” eba im aōṇōṇ āne ḷọkYou stay there and eat,” he said as he started paddling toward the shore. P1276aōṇōṇ
 Injinia ṇe ej jañin kapijje,” Bojin eo ekkōnono.The Engineer hasn’t eaten yet,” the Boatswain told him. P1295kapije
 Inaaj kapijje ḷọk ilo iiaḷ ṇe adeañ waj, ak jeañ jerak ke ej ja eṃṃan.”I will eat once we are on our way, so let’s just set sail while the conditions are still good.” P1298kapije
āmjeEor ke āmje batoDo you have an empty bottle?āmje
 Nejū, to laḷ waj ṃōk jibwe tok juon iaan āmje tiinin kar petkōj ko i lowa bwe in bar rọọl āne ḷọk in teiñki tok,” ekar ba tok.Son, go down and get one of the empty biscuit containers so I can go back ashore and fill it up,” he said. P1272tiin
EāmjeEāmje bato e.This bottle is empty.āmje
emjeEṃōj emje wa eo.The boat has anchored.emjak
ṃaanjeEmọ kanejneje bwe ṃaanje.It is forbidden to swear at him because he is a first-born.ṃaanje
ekọubabōjeṂantin lio ekọubabōje likao eo.Her actions shocked the young man.ubabōj
ekōbbōjeNañinmej eo an ekōbbōje.His recent illness emaciated him.bōbōj
dibōjeKwōn kaeọñ waini ṇe im jab dibōje.Plant that coconut and don't husk it.eọñ
 Kwōn ane tok pako eṇ bwe jen dibōje.Lure that shark here so we can spear it.anan
dibdibōjePako eo eṇ eṃōj dibdibōje.The shark has been speared many times.debdeb
ekaaebōjbōjeEtke ekaaebōjbōje juub eṇ?Why is he putting so much water in the soup?aebōjbōj
EaebōjbōjeEaebōjbōje iiōk eṇ an.Her cooking is flat.aebōjbōj
 Eaebōjbōje ḷọk jān ṃoktaIt's even more tasteless than beforeaebōjbōj
kōbōjbōjeTa ṇe kwōj kōbōjbōje wa ṇe kake?What are you poling the canoe with?kōbōjbōj
IojeEalloḷọk Ioje jān Rubōn.Ioje stammers more than Rubon.allo
bōōjōjeEj tar bōōjōje naan ko ñan armej ro.He is starting to spread the word to the people.bōōjōj
ebboojojeEḷap an ebboojoje iaar rainin.There are lots of boats at the beach today.booj
kōbbọọjọjeEḷap an kōbbọọjọje.He's always very pushy.bọọj
ekaaiboojojeNuknuk eo an ekaaiboojoje.Her dress made her pretty.aiboojoj
kaiboojojeKwōn kaiboojoje ḷọk ruuṃ eṇ an ñaneDecorate the interior of his room for him.aiboojoj
kakọọjojeKwōn kakọọjoje niñniñ ṇePut a blanket around the baby.kọọjoj
kọọọjọjeKwōn kọọọjọje kurṃa ṇeHitch the horse to the cart.ọọjọj
kāājinkōjeEar kāājinkōje kōn bwidej eo.He left him his land to inherit.ājinkōj
ukōjeEar dāit bōran em ukōje.He grabbed his hair and pulled him down.dāde
 Rūbait eo ear ukōje aolepān ḷōṃaro jet.The boxer beat all the rest of the competitors.ukok
lọjeAkekein lọje ejekkar ñan juon rūttariṇae.A soldier is not supposed to have an uncomfortable feeling caused by a stomach overstuffed with food.akeke
bọḷōjeKwōn etal in bọḷōje wa eṇ.Go put ballast on the boat.bọḷōj
kaṃōjeJen kaṃōje ke ej ja or wōt iien.Let's finish it while there is still time to do so.ja
 Raar kaṃōje jān jerbal eo an.They fired him from his job.eṃōj
laṃōjeKwōn laṃōje tokCall him to come.laṃōj
elaṃōjeKe ej waḷọk lōñ tak jān ruuṃwin injin eo, juon armej elaṃōje.When he came up from the engine room, someone yelled over to him. P448laṃōj
 Ke kōṃro ej epaake ḷọk ṃōn irooj eo, juon armej elaṃōje ḷọk kōṃro.When we were getting close to the chief’s house, a person yelled to us. P226epaak
 Ke kōṃro ej epaake ḷọk ṃōn irooj eo, juon armej elaṃōje ḷọk kōṃro.When we were getting close to the chief’s house, a person yelled to us. P226ej
ṃaṃōjeRej ṃaṃōje eọ eṇ an ḷeeṇThey're using black carbon on his tattoos.ṃaṃōj
iteṃaṃōjeEiñimmaḷ ke rej iteṃaṃōje.He writhed in agony as black carbon was rubbed into his tattoos.iteṃaṃōj
kaburoṃōjeAṃ ettōñ enaaj kaburoṃōje eok tokālik.Your laughing will bring sadness afterward.aṃ
kōjoobṇōjeRaar kōjoobṇōje keem eo.They deliberately kept the score even.joobṇōj
kaṇṇōjṇōjeJab kaṇṇōjṇōje peiṃStop cracking your knuckles.ṇōṇōjṇōj
boṇōjeKwōn boṇōje bwe eṃṃan an jerbal.You let him have a bonus because he has done a good job.boṇōj
 Raar boṇōje bwe eṃṃan an jerbal.They gave him a bonus because he did a good job.boṇōj
libbūṇōjeKwōn jab libbūṇōje bwe imetak.Stop flicking me with your fingers because it hurts.libbūṇōj
BoojeBooje ṃōk baajikōḷ ṇeWill you please put that bike together.bobo
 Kwōn booje bwe en pen.Tie it up tight.booj
 Kajjioñ kadede ḷọk aṃ booje injin ṇe im likbade ilju ṃōṃkaj jān raelep.”Try to hurry and get the engine ready and test drive it before tomorrow afternoon.” P110booj
 Injinia eo ej ba enaaj kadedeḷọk an booje ilju ej jibboñ im likbade ālikkin raelep innem kemmān jino ektak.”The Engineer says he is going to put it together tomorrow morning and test it in the afternoon, and then we will start to load.” P81ālikin
 Kajjioñ kadede ḷọk aṃ booje injin ṇe im likbade ilju ṃōṃkaj jān raelep.”Try to hurry and get the engine ready and test drive it before tomorrow afternoon.” P110likbad
bọọjeTa ḷe eṃṃan an bọọje eok ke?Do you let him boss you around?bọọj
kaaloojeRaar kaalooje John juon pija ṃakūtkūtThey showed John a movie.alwōj
kōjjemọọjeJenaaj kōjjemọọje ṃani kein ekkar ñan joñan armej.We'll appropriate the money according to population.kōjjemọọj
ṆoojeṆooje peba kaṇe.Hide the papers.ṇōṇooj
kepoojeJuon wōt men kwoaikuj kepooje, kijerro ṃōñāYou only need to prepare one thing our food.juon men
kōpopoojeWa eo eṇ rej kōpopooje ñan an jerak.They are doing everything necessary to prepare that canoe for its voyage.kōpopo
roojeRej rooje aer jerbal.They're chanting while working.roro
rọọjeRi-pālle eo ear rọọje niiṃbuun Mājro eo.The American advised the Majuro laborer to get on the ball.rōrọọj
 Kwōn rọọje ḷọk ñan jikin jerbal eo an.Urge him to go back to work.rōrọọj
kairoojeEṃōj aer kairooje.They have made him chief.irooj
kōpojeJekdọọn ak ij tōn kōkaḷḷe ñan baḷuun eṇ bwe en kōjjeḷā ke jepeḷọk,” Bojin eo eba im kōpoje kein kōjjarom eo.It doesn’t matter; I am still going to signal the plane to let them know we have lost our way,” the Boatswain said as he prepared the flare. P938kōpopo
 Jekdọọn ak ij tōn kōkaḷḷe ñan baḷuun eṇ bwe en kōjjeḷā ke jepeḷọk,” Bojin eo eba im kōpoje kein kōjjoram eo.It doesn’t matter; I am still going to signal the plane to let them know we have lost our way,” the Boatswain said as he prepared the flare. P938kein kōjjoram
kōpopojeRōkar leāne tak im kaatartare ilo wab eo bwe erjel en jino kōpopoje.They brought it close to shore and came alongside the dock so they could start getting it ready. P27kōpopo
rojeTaktō eo ear roje peiū kōn juon korak.The doctor bound my arm with a bandage.rojroj
KọkkorōjrōjeKọkkorōjrōje waini ṇeShake that copra nut to see if it gurgles.kọkkorōjrōj
ŌrōjeŌrōje piik ṇeStab the pig.ōrōr
 Ōrōje kōṇọuwe kaṇe.Husk the kōṇọuwe (with your teeth).ōrōr
urōjeKwōj kaaeñwāñwā kōn aṃ urōje.You're creating noise by bothering him.aeñwāñwā
ūrōjeKwōn jab ūrōje.Don't bother him.ūrōj
kwōjeJab kwōje dunen meḷaaj.Don't neglect the commoners because that's where the strength lies.kwōje dunen meḷaaj
ekkwōjkwōjeEṃōj kokwōjkwōje (ekkwōjkwōje) aḷaḷ eo.The stick has been broken into pieces.kwōj
kokwōjkwōjeEṃōj kokwōjkwōje (ekkwōjkwōje) aḷaḷ eo.The stick has been broken into pieces.kwōj
kọkwōjkwōjeBata eo ear kọkwōjkwōje ri-nañinmej ro.The priest gave holy communion to the sick people.kwōjkwōj
anemkwōjeJab anemkwōje aṃ tutu iar.Don't swim without asking permission.anemkwōj
kaanemkwōjeEn jab ḷap aṃ kaanemkwōje ilo an dik bwe kwōnaaj bane ñe enaaj rūttoḷọk.You shouldn't let him do anything he wants now when he's still young because you won't be able to control him when he grows up.anemkwōj
tokwōjeKōnke erro kile ke ejej men eṇ erro naaj tokwōje ñe erro kōnono ṃaan ḷọk wōt, Jema im Bojin eo erro jab bar ba juon naan ak erro pād wōt im kōttar ta eo ebar ba erro en kōṃṃane.When they realized they wouldn’t accomplish anything with their talk, Father and the Boatswain didn’t say another word and instead just stayed where they were and waited for the Captain to tell them what to do. P905tokwōj
jetokwōjeKiin ejej men en jetokwōje ak peḷọk im kōttar an raan.Now there’s nothing we can do but drift and wait for daylight. P636tokwōj
itokwōjeEto pād ijeṇ ak ejjeḷọk men eṇ itokwōje.I was there for a while but accomplished nothing.tokwōj
kotokwōjeTa ṇe kotokwōje?What good are you?tokwōj
lukwōjeEḷap an dim aṃ kar lukwōje.You tied it very tight.dim
 Kwōn lukwōje lukwar ṇe bwe erōḷọk.Tighten the lukwar because it's loose.lukwar
 Kwōn kañilñili aṃ lukwōje.Tie it tight.ñilñil
 Bojin e, kwōjab lukwōje jila ṇe aṃ im itok kōjro eọuti ippān doon bwe ren jab jejeplōklōk im peḷọk.Mr. Boatswain, secure the tiller and come here so the two of us can lash these boards together so they won’t spread out and drift away. P669jeplōklōk
alwōjeEitoklimoū alwōje pijain etto.I'm fond of watching historical pictures.alwōj
WotjeBaañke in Wotje bwe eḷap.It's a pumpkin from Wotje because it's large.baañke
 Elōñḷọk barulep Wotje jān Likiep.Lots more coconut crabs in Wotje than Likiep.barulep
alujeImaroñ ke aluje bokun pija ṇe aṃ?May I take a look at your album?bokun pija
 Raar jojoon buruōn im ektake ñan Hawaii bwe en aluje.They console him by taking him to Hawaii for a vacation.jojoon
 Kwaar aluje ke wāween an kōjọliṃ inne?Did you observe the way he fished using the kōjọliṃ method yesterday?kōjọliṃ
 Kiiō rōlo mirokan wa in im rej iruj tok in aluje.Now they have spotted the boat and are coming to take a look at it. P1008miro
 Emṃan ad aluje an ri-Pikinni raṇ ṃōñā kōn aji.It was good to watch the Pikinni people eating with chopsticks.aji
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kaalujeEtke kwoṃakoko in kaaluje ippam"Why don't you want to take her with you to the movies?alwōj
keBaj abwinmakeiṃ ke kwoban etal ñan ṃweeṇ in boñ.You must really be afraid of ghosts since you can't walk to that house at night.abwinmake
 Baj addeboululū ke itōn eṃṃōj.I'm so dizzy I want to throw up.addeboulul
 Ewōr ke ri-adibwijtok ñan kōj.Is there anyone who will prod it closer to us?adebdeb
 Kwojeḷā ke aik booj?Do you know how to tow boats?aik
 Baj ainiñūṃ ke eitan bwilọk diiṃ.You're so skinny your bones are about to breakainiñ
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BaakeBaake tūrak ṇe im ḷoor .Park the truck and follow me.baak
 Kwōn baake tok kaar ṇe waaṃ ije.Park your car here.baak
libaakeNaaa ḷakukkuk!” armej eo ej teeñki ekar libaake ḷọk kidu eo.Bad dog!” the person with the flashlight shooed away the dog. P177ubaak
ubaakeIrreito reitak im kappok kein ubaake ḷañe eo.I looked around for something I could use to scare it the skipjack away. P387pepok
KaidaakeKaidaake bwe emaro.Give him water to drink because he's thirsty.idaak
RejekeidaakeRejekeidaake ni jekaro eo .They stole toddy from my tree.jekeidaak
kōjekeidaakeRaar āñin ḷadik eo im kōjekeidaake.They took the boy with them and helped him steal toddy from the tree.jekeidaak
kajidaakeKwōn kajidaake wa ṇePull the canoe onto the sand.jidaak
EteaakeEteaake wa eṇ.That boat picked up a lot of provisions.teaak
iiaakeKanooj iiaake ek ṇe bwe edidi.Be careful in taking the meat off that fish for it has lots of bones.iiaak
ajuiaakeRej ajuiaake ṃweeṇ bwe ettal.They are repairing leaks in that roof.ajuiaak
wiaakeKwōn wiaake ḷọk aḷaḷ ṇePush that piece of wood in (under the house).wiaake
jaakeJepaake jaake.We share tobacco.jepaake
 Jaake waj lōbbọ e im lōbboiki ororin bao ṇe bwe bao kaṇe ren jab tutu.Hand over the cover to put over the chicken coop to keep the chickens from getting wet.lōbbọ
 Ioḷe 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
 Ij to ippaṃ in jipañ eok,” ikar ba ñan Jema ke ij jaake ḷọk tiin eo.I’m coming down to help you,” I told Father as I passed the container to him. P1274to
jāākeRōnaaj jāāke peet kaṇ buñniin.They'll have a bed check tonight.jāāk
 Ej jāāke tūrak eṇ.He's jacking up the truck.jāāk
 Eṃōj ke jāāke etaṃDid they check your name?jāāk
 Rej jāāke būreek in kaar eṇ.They are checking the brakes of the car.jāāk
ejaakeWōn ṇe ear ejaake ṃōṇeWho built your house?ejaak
 Anij ear ejaake laḷ in.God created the world.ejaak
eñjaakeEjab eñjaake naan ko aṃ bwe emejel kilin.He didn't feel your stinging remarks as he's quite thick-skinned.mejel kil
 Iwātin ban jillọk joñan an ḷap mat, ak iḷak eñjaake ippa ej jab eṃṃanin mour wōt ñe ikar ṃōñā kōkanin aelōñ kein.I almost couldn’t bend over—I was so full—but didn’t feel nearly as good as I would if I were eating local Marshallese food. P391ṃōṃan
 Kwaar eñjaake ke aerjeañ rereen kajjirere?Did you detect the scorn in their laughaerjeañ
 Ak aolep rōkar lo im eñjaake bwe ṇo ko rejino ḷōḷap ḷọkBut we could all feel that the waves were starting to get bigger. P527ḷap
eṇjaakeKwōj eṇjaake ke an bwil laḷtak?Do you feel the heat settling down?eñjake
 Ewōr ke men eṇ kwōj eṇjaake?Do you feel anything?eñjake
kōjaakeEdedeḷọk kōjaake ṃuri eo an.He already paid his debt.jaak
 Ij kōjaake jilubukwi taḷa allōñ in.I'm aiming to earn $300 this month.jaak
kaakeTa eṇ ej kaabje ledik raṇ kaake?What is he doing to make the girls shy?abje
 Wōjḷā eṇ kōrkōr eṇ waan ej jejerakrōk kaake ekainnitōtThat sail his canoe uses makes it speedy. innitōt
 Ta eṇ rej ekkeilọk kaake?What are they yelling about?kōkeilọk
 Ta wāween eo emaroñ kauñkipden ad kabuñtōn ṃaanḷọk kaake menin leḷọk kein ad ñan ri-lotok raṇ ad?How can we achieve a well-coordinated rhythm in the motion as we present our gifts to our guests?uñkipden
KekaakeKekaake peiṃPull your hand out of the way.kōkkekaak
 Kekaake nabōjtakDraw it out.kōkkekaak
EpeḷaakeEpeḷaake ṃaḷoin Mājro kōn waan tariṇae ko an Amedka.The American warships covered the entire Majuro lagoon.peḷaak
 Epeḷaake jikin eo kōn rūttariṇae.The place was teeming with soldiers.peḷaak
 Epeḷaake eoon kappe kōn karuk.The beach was covered with sand crabs.peḷaak
KōḷaakeKōḷaake aḷaḷ ṇeMake that plank fit.ḷaak
tilmaakeKoñkōrōj enaaj tilmaake tok riboot eo an rainin.Congress will tender its report today.tilmaak
 Raar tilmaake kōjjeḷā eo ilo retio.The message was spread abroad on the radio.tilmaak
eromaakeMeramin jatiraito eo eromaake kōdọ eo.The searchlight illuminates the cloud.romaak
eṇaakeBwilijmāāṇ ro rej eṇaake ḷeo ke e eo ear kọọte ṃani ko.The police suspect that he is the one who stole the money.ke
oṇaakeAnij ej oṇaake kōjGod looks over us.oṇaak
 Juon irooj ej aikuj oṇaake armej ro an.A king must provide for his people.oṇaak
jetṇaakeTa wūnin jetṇaake iọkwe eo arro?Oh why did I let our love get so deep?jetṇaak
unaakeEj kab kar eñaktok tokālik ke bōlen timoṇin lọjet ko rōkar pojak wōt bwe ñe ekar wōr eṇ ewōtlọk ak wa eo eturruḷọk, rōpojak in naj kar unaake.I later realized these sea monsters were ready to go fishing if something were to fall from the boat or if the boat were to sink. P1010tiṃoṇ
wūnaakeEj kab kar eñaktok tokālik ke bōlen timoṇin lọjet ko rōkar pojak wōt bwe ñe ekar wōr eṇ ewōtlọk ak wa eo eturruḷọk, repojak in naaj kar wūnaake.I later realized these sea monsters were ready to go fishing if something were to fall from the boat or if the boat were to sink. P1010wūnaak
 Ej kab kar eñaktok tokālik ke bōlen timoṇin lọjet ko rōkar pojak wōt bwe ñe ekar wōr eṇ ewōtlọk ak wa eo eturruḷọk, repojak in naaj kar wūnaake.I later realized these sea monsters were ready to go fishing if something were to fall from the boat or if the boat were to sink. P1010pojak
epaakeIj epaake wōt ak ekōpāḷḷọke mejān im erre tok.Just as I reached him he opened his eyes and looked at me. P1219peḷḷọk
 Eḷap aerro epaake doonThey (two) are immediate relatives.epaak
 Etke ilukkuun epaake tāāñ eo ak ikar jab roñ ainikien an kokopkop ke ej tōteiñ?”How come I was so close to the tank and yet I did not hear the sound of gasoline gurgling as it was being poured into it?” P592kokopkop
 Ke kōṃro ej epaake ḷọk ṃōn irooj eo, juon armej elaṃōje ḷọk kōṃro.When we were getting close to the chief’s house, a person yelled to us. P226epaak
 Ke kōṃro ej epaake ḷọk ṃōn irooj eo, juon armej elaṃōje ḷọk kōṃro.When we were getting close to the chief’s house, a person yelled to us. P226ej
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IepaakeIepaake ḷọk wōt mweeṇ jān kwe.I am closer to the house than you are.epaak
JepaakeJepaake jaakeWe share tobacco.jepaake
 Jepaake in Amedka.Tobacco from America.jepaake
kōjepaakeRej kōjepaake.They are looking for tobacco.jepaake
kepaakeJab kepaake bwe kwōnaaj kobaje.Don't go too close or you'll get in his way.koobob
 Lale kwaar kanooj kepaake rukkure raṇe bwe jet raṇe rōkadek im rōmaroñ juur eok,” Jema ekapilōk tok .Make sure you don’t get too close to the players because some of them are drunk and they could kick you,” Father advised me P152kapilōk
 Ḷak ke ekar jab ṃōṃakūtkūt, ijujen wanlaḷḷọk wōt im kepaake.Since he wasn’t moving, I went down and approached him. P1218wanlaḷ
jelpaakeEar jelpaake ledik eo jeran.He put his arm around his girlfriend's waist.jelpaak
 Jab jelpaake niñniñ ṇe bwe enaaj ṃōḷañḷōñDon't swing the child around in a circle or it'll want to throw up.jelpaak
ejelpaakeTony ejelpaake niñniñ eo nejin.Tony swung his baby.jelpaak
UraakeUraake ḷọk kōbañ ṇeMove that suitcase away.uraak
juraakeKwōj juraake ke tōmak ṇe aṃ kōn jerbal eṃṃan ijellọkin kōnono wōt?Do you witness or stand for your faith by good works besides just talk?juraake
Ri-juraakeRi-juraake eo ear jab jādetok ñan ien ekajet eo.The witness did not show up for the trial.juraake
TaakeTaake waj ainbat ṇe itōrerein kijeek ṇePut the pot at the rim of the fire.tōtaak
itaakeIkar kwaḷe im ḷak rōreo, itaake ioon upaajin kōmat eo, innem ibar ankaane ḷọk kijeek eo bwe en mat ṃōkaj kōkan eo.I rinsed it clean, put it on the stove, and fed the fire so it would cook quickly. P369tōtaak
ekkeitaakeRaar ekkeitaake kōtaan ṃōkoThey connected the houses.ekkeitaak
kotaakeIar kotaake bato eo.I grabbed the bottle before anyone else could get to it.kōkotaak
kaajliptaakeNaan eo an eitōm kaajliptaake kōjota eo .Her comments spoiled my dinner.ajliptaak
rūttaakeEwi rūttaake eoWhere is the person who puts pots on cooking pits?tōtaak
EwaakeEwaake ḷọk rōjelujen eo ñan rukweilọk ro āinwōt aer kar kajjitōk.He read the resolution to the congressmen as they had asked him to.waak
uwaakeKwaar uwaake ke kajjitōk eo an?Did you answer his question?uwaak
 Eaajriin uwaake lieṇShe's known for relying on children to do chores for her.ajriin uwaak
 Kapen eo ekar itan uwaake ak ejikrōk Jema im kōnono ippān ḷōḷḷap eo.The Captain was going to answer him but then Father arrived and started talking with the old man. P100jikrōk
 Ekwe eṃṃan,” ekar uwaake JemaOkay, sounds good,” he answered Father. P282uwaak
 Kapen eo ekar jab kijer im uwaake Bojin eo ak ekar kōnono ḷọk ṃōṃkaj ñan Jema.The Captain didn’t answer the Boatswain and instead started talking to Father. P869kijer
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euwaakeKwōban 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
 Emoot ḷọk in bōk tok nuknuk ko an,” Jema euwaake.He went to get his clothes,” Father replied. P417moot
 Peinael!” Jema euwaake. Paint oil!” Father replied. P627peinael
 Eṃṃan,” Jema euwaake.That sounds good,” Father replied in agreement. P1121uwaak
iuwaakeEkwe,” iuwaake.Okay,” I replied. P378uwaak
BakeBake ij jerbal?But how about my work?baj ke
kobakeInaaj kobake nuknuk e bwe ekadik aitok.I'll hem this dress because it is much too long.kobak
eakeTa ṇe kwōj abṇōṇō eake?What are you complaining about?abṇōṇō
 Ta eṇ ej dekōṃkōṃ eake?What's he so noisy about?dekōṃkōṃ
 Jenaaj doonon eake taWhat will we use for a husker?doonon
 Ta eṇ rej jejeurur (ejjeurur) eake?What are they excited about?jejeurur
 Ej ja joobob eake joob eṇ arro.Let him use our soap for now.joobob
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EkwōdeakeEkwōdeake ḷeeṇThat man has lots of whiskers -- a big beard.kwōdeak
eakeakeEḷap an eakeake āneṇThat islet has lots of ghosts.eakeak
kaaleakeLeḷḷap eo ear kaaleake ledik eo nejin im bōkḷọk ñan irooj eo.The old lady made her daughter wear her hair loose on her back and took her to the chief.aleak
jouneakeKwōn jouneake pen ṇe ṇa ilowaan raij ṇeUse coconut cloth to squeeze the oil from the grated coconut into that rice.jouneak
eoreakeRaar eoreake lōb eo.They spread ceremonial gravel over the grave.eoreak
 Kwōn eoreake jeṇe bwe en eọọn wōt juon.Smooth it out there so that it's level.eọọn wōt juon
 Baru eo eṃōj an eoreake ijoThe bulldozer has leveled off that area.eoreak
diakeRaar diake wa eo ṃokta jān an itaak.They tacked the boat before it hit the reef.diak
 Kwōn diake wa ṇeTack your canoe.diak
 Erro 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
joniakeWaini eo eṇ eṃōj aer joniake ñan pinniep.That grated copra has been pressed for oil.joniak
jakeKwōn āle ṃōk jake ṇePlease roll that mat up.āle
 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
 Kwōn jake ḷọk ḷọk ajri ṇeHurry up and hand that child over.jake
 Koṃwin jake jibwil eo im letok peimi.Be considerate and give us a helping hand.jake jibwil
 Ejjenoknok raan jake ṇeThere are traces on the mat.jenok
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ebjakeEṃōj ebjake ijoThe place was completely dug up.ebjak
ṃadjakeIar ṃadjake ri-nañinmej eo.I was busy with the patient.ṃadjake
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
loloodjakeWōn eo ej loloodjake tok kijen ri-jerbal.Who has taken responsibility for bringing food for the workers?loloodjake
 Men in ej juon iaan men ko jej tōmak bwe kien enaaj loloodjake ilo allōñ kein rej itok.This is something we believe that the government will give attention to in the months to come as of 1965. S25loloodjake
 Jerbalin 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
 Kwōn loloodjake bwe kwōn uwe ilo baḷuun eo.Make sure you are on the plane.loloodjake
 Etke ekar ba āinwōt juon ñe ejjeḷọk kaṃbōj, ak en baj ḷap wōt an loloodjake bwe en jab wōtlọk?” ikajjitōk ippa make.Why did he say it didn’t matter if there was no compass but now he’s trying so hard to make sure it doesn’t fall?” I asked myself. P515loloodjake
EppeddejakeEppeddejake ānin kōn .This island is covered with breadfruit.peddejak
mijakeTa ṇe kwōj mijake?What are you afraid of?mijak
kaamijakeKwōn jab kaamijake.Don't make him scared.kaammijak
IkkōljakeIkkōljake ñe e eo ear kọọt.I suspect that he might be the one that stole.kōkōljake
emjakeKōṃanṃan aṃ emjake wa ṇeAnchor the boat carefully.emjak
 Ke ekar dedeḷọk emjake wa eo, Jema im Bojin erro kar kālọk im āne ḷọk kōn kōb eo ammān.When the boat was securely anchored, Father and the Boatswain jumped into the water and swam toward the island with our water container. P1251am
kaemjakeKwōn kaemjake wa ṇe kōn juon dekā kileplep.Use a big rock to anchor the boat.emjak
eñjakeIkar eñjake bwe ñe ej lōtlōt kōto eo ejañ riikin im ṃōrṃōr ioon lọjet.I could sense the sail was full as the wind blew and whistled through the riggings, and foam appeared on the surface of the water P567eñjake
 Kōm ar eñjake an ṃweiur laḷ ke ej wōtlọk baaṃ eo iPikinni.We could feel the ground quaking when the H-bomb was dropped at Bikini Atoll.ṃweiur
 Ke ekar baj jọej, kōmmān jino eñjake ammān eañden.By afternoon, we the four of us started feeling hungry. P882eañden
 Iar jab eñjake aer kōteep ñiūI didn't feel anything when they pulled my tooth.eñjake
 Ejjeḷọk an ḷeeṇ eñjake.He has no feelings.eñjake
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kōḷōnjakeTa eṇ ej kōḷōnjake bōran tipñōl eṇ?What is lifting up the front end of the sailing canoe?lōñaj
roñjakeKab baj bab-laḷin ke ej roñjake jipiij eo.That's the first time he got aroused after listening to a speech.bab-laḷin
 Eṃṃan roñjake aer al ak men eo, eokkwaad.I loved their singing but the thing is the sounds seemed so distant.kokwaad
 Elle bwe ekōṇaan jab roñjake kōnnaanIt serves him right because he didn't follow the advice.lele
 Iar roñjake an pijin ippān ri-pālle eo.I heard him speaking broken English to that American.pijin
 Roñjake nuujListen to the news.roñ
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kāroñjakeKwōn kakkōt kāroñjake retio ṇeListen closely to the radio.kāroñjak
 Ear kōḷaak kein kāroñjake koHe put on the earphones.kāroñjak
IroñjakeIroñjake an kōnono tok im ḷak rōre to ḷọk ñan kapilōñ, ilo an aḷ jino jako ḷọk i buḷōn lọjet.Listening to what he said I looked over to the west and saw that the sun was starting to set in the middle of the ocean. P500roñjake
wōjakeTa ṇe kwaar wōjake bwe kwōn emmenonoun kijdik?What did you do to be puffing like that?memenonoun kijdik
 Ta ṇe kwōj wōjake ijeṇeWhat are you doing there?wōjak
 Ejjeḷọk men eo baḷuun eo ekar wōjake ak ekar kelọk wōt ilo iiaḷ eo an to ḷọkThe plane didn’t do anything and instead just kept flying its course. P945iaḷ
kakeTa ṇe kwōj ba aer kake?Why do you say it's theirs?aer
 Ij apād kake bu e.I am waiting with a gun.apād
 Ta ṇe kwōj bōbweer (ebbweer) kake?What makes you get discouraged so easily?bōbweer
 Lale kwobuñ kake ajri ṇeBe careful you don't fall with that child.buñ kake
 Itok jen jiṃor buñ kake to e im kanōk wa eṇ.Come let's all pull together on this rope and pull the boat.buñ kake
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akakeEj jañin kanooj ibwij im ej maroñ wōt akake jokwā eṇ.The water is not very high and he's still able to tow the driftwood with his feet touching the bottom.akake
EliṃaakakeEliṃaakake mejatotoThe sky is full of kites.liṃaakak
Ri-akakeRi-akake wa eo rāraṇtok.The men who are to tow the canoe are heading over this way.akake
EdekākeEdekāke iarin āninThe lagoon side of this island has lots of gravel.dekā
jekakeEḷap an jekake bōraI have lots of dandruff.jekak
KōjekakeKōjekake bōraGet rid of the dandruff from my head.jekak
 Kwōn kōjekake waini jān ḷat ṇeTake the copra meat out of the shells.jekak
 Pukottok ri-kōjekak eo bwe en kōjekake bōraFind the person who can remove dandruff, so that he can treat my dandruff.jekak
kadekakkakeTa eṇ ej kadekakkake bao eṇ?What's causing that chicken to cackle?dekakkak
ekkākeEtke kwōj kōkāke (ekkāke)?Why are you jumping up and down?kōkāke
 Dedeen ke eḷak ekkāke baḷuun i mejatoto ioon aelōñ in, jeitan wūdeakeak kōn ainikiier.”You know, it’s like how the planes are flying above this island all the time, the noise makes me want to go crazy.” P199ainikie-
 Eṃṃan an rañ kōkāke (ekkāke).Wild ducks fly nicely (in formation).kōkāke
 Ekkāke jea im tebōḷ i mejatoto.A table and chair flew into the air. P164kōkāke
 Etke bao eo ej ekkāke ak eboñ?” ibar kajjitōk.Why was the bird flying around at night?” I asked. P1064kōkāke
RūkkākeRūkkāke.Pilot.kōkāke
 Ej ḷōmake an rūkkāke.He's imagining himself a flier.ḷam
jokakeKwōn jokake ḷọk ni ṇe jān ṃweeṇChop down that coconut tree away from the house.jokak
kōkākeEtke kwōj kōkāke (ekkāke)?Why are you jumping up and down?kōkāke
 Eṃṃan an rañ kōkāke (ekkāke).Wild ducks fly nicely (in formation).kōkāke
LōkakeLōkake ḷọk ñaneTake it to him.lōkake
pokakeEkkar ñan kōṃanitin Ṃajeḷ, kwōj aikuj pokake jeiṃAccording to Marshallese etiquette, you have to listen to your older siblings.kōṃanōt
 Pokake eṃṃan jān katok.Obedience is better than sacrifice (from Old Testament: Samuel to King Saul).pokake
 Enāj lo ajāllikin jab pokake.He'll find out the result of disobedience.ajāllik
 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
 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
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kōjerkakeKwōn kōjerkake.Get him up.jerkak
 Kwōn kōjerkake jān an kiki ilaḷ.Get him up from sleeping on the floor.jerkak
ḷakeKwōn kab ḷake ṃōṇeLock the house then (when you leave.)ḷak
 Ṃōjin an ḷake bọọk eo kōṃro kadikḷọk ḷaaṃ eo im to āneḷọkAfter he locked it, we turned down the lamp and disembarked. P142to
kaaḷakeTa eṇ ej kaaḷake lọjetWhat makes the sea light up with phosphorescence?aḷak
BūḷakeBūḷake ainikieṃRaise your voice.būḷak
 Kwōn būḷake ḷaaṃ ṇeMake that lantern real bright.būḷak
 Rōkadek em būḷake al eo.They got drunk and sang high and loud.būḷak
ebūḷakeEḷak epaak an maat jikka, ebūḷake oṇāānWhen the cigarettes were nearly sold out, he raised the price.būḷak
makeEj make wōt ñak aitwerōk.He's special in that he never wants to get into controversiesaitwerōk
 Kwōn jab kaaruñijñiji eok make.Stop making yourself sleepy.aruñijñij
 Kwōn jab kōbanban eok make.Don't pretend to be a weakling.banban
 Kōrā eṇ ej make wōt bōbōk (ebbōk) iaan kōrin āninThat woman is the nosiest on this island.bōbōk
 Ḷeeṇ ej make wōt kijoñ kōṃṃan bōro-jepel.He is the least cooperative.bōro-jepel
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aṃakeWōn eṇ ear aṃake niñniñ eṇ?Who put the baby in the hammock?aṃak
EmakeEmake naaj kar baj lukkuun ātin jorrāān.He would have really had it.ātin
 Emake bōbaidid (ebbaidid) ḷōṇeThat guy is a chain smoker.baid
 Ijā, emake baj ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) an lur.Goodness, it's so nice and calm.ijā
 Emake jijipiijij (ijjipiijij) aḷap eṇ.That old man is always preaching.jipiij
 Emake juwaḷōñḷōñHe's such a show off.juwaḷōñḷōñ
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EṃakeEṃake peiūI've got a thorn in my hand.ṃake
RemakeRemake naaj ilbōk ñe rōbar lo kōjmān,” iba.They are going to be so shocked when they see us,” I said. P1325make
ImakeImake bwilōñ kōn an ṃwil in jiip.I'm quite shocked at her two-facedness.ṃwil in jiip
 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. 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
makmakeKomaroñ kōjerbal pinjeḷ e makmake.You are welcome to use my favorite pencil.makmake
 Iar kadjouki ilo jikin eọñōd eṇ makmake.I caught this goatfish at my favorite fishing spot.kadjo
kaainṃakeKwōn kaainṃake tok bōb ne daan.Remove the leaves near the pandanus stem for him.ainṃak
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
abwinmakeAn abwinmake ej kaajjoweweiki.His fear of ghosts makes him whistle continuouslyajwewe
 Ear al im jujuurḷọk an abwinmake.He sang to overcome his fear of ghosts.jujuurḷọk
 Emarok jilōñlōñ im eḷak errobōlbōl dedojat i buḷōn lọjet, iwātin kar abwinmake eakiIt was pitch-black and as the plankton glowed deep down in the sea, I was almost afraid there might be ghosts around. P568rorobōlbōl
iabwinmakeItok kōjro karwaan bwe iabwinmake.Come let's go together because I'm afraid to go alone.karwaan
Ri-abwinmakeRi-abwinmake eo jān Jālwōj.The person who fears ghosts from Jālwōj.abwinmake
kōṃakeElukkuun joto jedoujij ṇe ilo aṃ kōṃake.The pants you are wearing really fit you.joto
ḷōmakeEj ḷōmake an rūkkāke.He's imagining himself a flier.ḷam
 Inaaj ḷōmake ta eo kwōnaaj kōṃṃane.I'll determine what you should do.ḷam
tōmakeKwōn jab tōmake.Don't believe him.tōmak
 Kōnke e ri-Kuwajleen kōmmān tōmake ke ej ba men eo.We think he said that because he’s from Kwajalein (lit. 'he's a Kwajalein person'). P505 ri-
KwōmakeKwōmake kijoñ ikikūr lowaan ṃōṇeYour always rearranging the room.ikūr
 Kwōmake jebanYou sure have it made.jeban
 Kwōmake jeḷā kuṇaaṃ.You sure are thoughtful.jeḷā kuṇaa-
 Kwōmake jijkwakwa (ijjukwakwa).You use sugar too often.jukwa
 Kwōmake kakōlYou're stuck up.kakōl
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eṇakeRaar eṇake wōt jān jinoin.They suspected him from the beginning.eṇak
 Bwilijmāāṇ ro rej eṇake ḷeo ke e eo ear kọọti ṃani ko.The police suspect that he is the one who stole the money.eṇak
ekaaeṇakeTa ṇe ekaaeṇake eokWhat made you so dripping wet?aeṇak
JeñakeJeñake likḷọk rọñ kaṇe.Fill up the holes toward the ocean side.jeñak
 Wōn ṇe ear jeñake rọñ ṇeWho filled that hole there?jeñak
aṇokṇakeJab aṇokṇake pāleen rūturuṃ.Don't covet your neighbor's spouse.aṇokṇak
kōbōḷñakeEj kōbōḷñake ke aḷaḷ eṇ āinwōt kar ba?Is he splitting the board open like I said?bōḷñak
ḷōmṇakeĀlikin 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
 Bojin eṇ ej ajjimakeke ilo jebwe eṇ kiiō innem ij etal kōṃro ḷōmṇake ia in jej etal ie ḷọk kiiō ke eutaṃwe Kapen e.The Boatswain is all alone at the wheel now and I am going up so we can think about which way we’re going now that the Captain is incapacitated. P1067utaṃwe
 Ejjeḷọk eṇ ejeḷā ta eo ḷōḷḷap eo ekar ḷōmṇake ilo awa eo ak bōlen ekar lukkuun liaajḷoḷ ilowaan būruon.No one knew what the Old Man was thinking at that time but maybe he was deeply distressed in his heart. P433liaajlọḷ
 Edikḷọk ṃōḷañḷọñ kōn ḷōmṇake tok an kilepḷọk dān eo i lowa, innem ibar jino ānenI started to feel less seasick as I focused on the water inside the boat and started bailing again. P665ṃōḷañḷōñ
 Iroñ ijin im jino ḷōmṇake tok Likiep.When I heard that I started to think about Likiep. P552ḷōmṇak
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aḷōṃṇakeIar lo an aḷōṃṇake raan eo Amedka eaar jodiki aelōñ eṇ an.I noticed him marking on the calendar the date on which his island was invaded.aḷōṃṇak
ekōjoṇakeWūno eo ekōjoṇake.The medication caused him to sleep soundly.joṇak
kōṇakeKwōn kōṇake jokankan eṇ.Put on that dress.kōkōṇak
 Nuknuk māni men eo ej kōṇake.The clothing she is wearing is thin.māni
 Nuknuk mānini men eo ej kōṇake.The clothing she is wearing is very thin.māni
 Eeor tata nuknuk eṇ an lieṇ kōn an ikkutkut an kōṇake.Her dress has faded the most because she wore it so often.eor
 Ebbūrawūnwūn mejān nuknuk eo ej kōṇake.The clothes he wears have brownish colors.būrawūn
kakōṇakeKwōn kakōṇake ajri eṇ.Dress that child.kōkōṇak
toṇakeEar toṇake bōranHe parted his hair.toṇak
ettōṇakeImājur im ettōṇake tok kojuwa im tuniñniñ i arin Likiep, ḷāṃorenI slept and dreamt about playing king of the mountain and other diving games on Likiep, my home island. P564tōtōṇak
ātṇakeEj ātṇake jemānHe's named after his father.ātṇak
etṇakeḶadik eṇ ej etṇake jiṃṃaanThat boy is named after his grandfather.etṇake
kọudpakeEṃōj ke aṃ kọudpake utak eṇ?Did you peel off the end of that coconut shoot?kọudpak
 Ṃokta, jej kakilen utak eo, bwe ñe eṃṃan joñan, jej jepe im eọuti, kọudpake, im kietake jidik.First, we examine the shoot, so that if it is the right size, we trim and bind it, peel off its end, and bend it down a little. S19kakōlkōl
 Ṃokta, jej kakilen utak eo, bwe ñe eṃṃan joñan, jej jepe im eọuti, kọudpake, im kietake jidik.First, we examine the shoot, so that if it is the right size, we trim and bind it, peel off its end, and bend it down a little. S19kọudpak
 Ṃokta, jej kakilen utak eo, bwe ñe eṃṃan joñan, jej jepe im eọuti, kọudpake, im kietake jidik.First, we examine the shoot, so that if it is the right size, we trim and bind it, peel off its end, and bend it down a little. S19kietak
EkijdepakeEkijdepake lieṇShe's got the crabs.kijdepak
jepakeJuon iaan riWōleai ro ear jepake bōran Lipepe.One of the Woleaians hacked off Lipepe's head.jepak
 Kwōn kwarkore jepake ṇeRoll up that cigarette.kwarkor
jerakeEj ṃōj im pojak wōt men otemjej ak Kapen eo etal lik tak im jibwe jebwe eo im kōttar an Bojin eo im Jema kōmaatiḷọk jikka ko kijeerro ṃōṃkaj jān aerro jerake wūjḷā eo.When everything was ready to go the Captain went to the back and took the wheel and waited for the Boatswain and Father to finish their cigarettes so they could raise the sail. P837maat
 Innem ke ej ṃōj jerake wūjḷā eo im ej jejopālpāl, epoub in ubaatake jebwe eo bwe bōran wa eo en jaaḷ niñeañ ḷọkOnce the sail was up and flapping in the wind, the Captain was busy steering the wheel in order to point the boat northward. P850ubatak
 Eboñ kiin innem kōjmān naaj ja peḷọk im iptu ñan ilju jibboñ bwe en raane mejād ñan ad jerake wūjḷā ṇeNow it’s nighttime and we are just going to have to drift and heave to until tomorrow morning when there is enough light for us to see and use the sail. P797raan
 Ñe emaat wōdān kaṇe kōmiro jerake,” Kapen eo ekkūr ṃaan ḷọkWhen you two are done smoking we can set sail,” the Captain yelled up to them. P838wōdān
 Ak 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
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jejerakeKapen eṇ ej ba dedeḷọkin adeañ ṃabuñ, jejerake wūjḷā ñe im jibadek jidik,” ejiroñ tok eō.”The Captain says we should finish our breakfast, raise the sail, and be on our way,” he called over to me. P826jerak
EañjerakeEañjerake ṃwiinThis house is exposed to the wind.añjerak
memejrakeTa eo kwaar memejrake (emmejrake)?What did you stay up for?memej
emmejrakeTa eo kwaar memejrake (emmejrake)?What did you stay up for?memej
kabōjrakeKe ej itōn tile juon wūd, Jema eṃōkaj im kabōjrake.As soon as he was about to light up, Father stopped him. P769wūd
 Ke ej kwōppeḷọk dān eo im itok ejjeḷọk menin kabōjrake.As the water gushed in, there was nothing to stop it.kwōppeḷọk
 Kōn an kanooj iiṃ wa eo, ri-kattōr eo ear kajjioñ kabōjrake ak iiṃ eo an ekōjbouki ḷọk ooṃ itaak im jepdak ikiin ṃweo im mej ri-kattōr eo.Due to its excessive speed, the driver tried in vain to stop the vehicle but it smashed against the house killing the driver.kōjbouk
likaakrakeEḷap an likaakrake bwiro ṇeThat preserved breadfruit is full of maggots.likaakrak
EuwaanrakeEuwaanrake ṇeThat breadfruit tree is full of fruit.uwaanrak
korakeTa ṇe kwōj korake?What are you wrapping up?korak
 Eṃōj ke aṃ korake pakij eo?Have you wrapped the package yet?korak
burakeNiñniñ eo ear burake ḷọk ṃōñā eo jān lọñiin bwe edike.The baby spit out the food because it didn't like it.burak
TakeTake bajikōḷ eṇ.Use the bicycle.tak
atakeKwōn atake wa ṇeTow that boat.atak
 Ennọ kobban atake eṇ an.The fruits of his farm are delicious.atake
 Kōṇe atake ṇe bwe en kimuur.Fertilize your garden so it will be rich.kōṇ
ubaatakeInnem ke ej ṃōj jerake wūjḷā eo im ej jejopālpāl, epoub in ubaatake jebwe eo bwe bōran wa eo en jaaḷ niñeañ ḷọkOnce the sail was up and flapping in the wind, the Captain was busy steering the wheel in order to point the boat northward. P850ubatak
ubatakeEmake ubatake baal in āninThe barrier reef of this island is exceptionally high.ubatak
 Inaaj kar jako ñe iar jab ṃōkaj in iñtōk jān an ubatake kōn jebwe eo.I'd have been a goner if I hadn't moved when he hit me with the broad side of the canoe paddle.ubatak
EubatakeEubatake āninThis island has lots of earth piles.ubatak
EaetakeEaetake booj eo im ñak wōnṃaanḷọk.The boat got caught in the eastward flowing current and couldn't move forward.aetak
kietakeṂokta, jej kakilen utak eo, bwe ñe eṃṃan joñan, jej jepe im eọuti, kọudpake, im kietake jidikFirst, we examine the shoot, so that if it is the right size, we trim and bind it, peel off its end, and bend it down a little. S19kakōlkōl
 Ṃokta, jej kakilen utak eo, bwe ñe eṃṃan joñan, jej jepe im eọuti, kọudpake, im kietake jidikFirst, we examine the shoot, so that if it is the right size, we trim and bind it, peel off its end, and bend it down a little. S19kọudpak
 Ṃokta, jej kakilen utak eo, bwe ñe eṃṃan joñan, jej jepe im eọuti, kọudpake, im kietake jidikFirst, we examine the shoot, so that if it is the right size, we trim and bind it, peel off its end, and bend it down a little. S19kietak
 Aolep iien ad jekaro, ilo jibboñ im jota im jet iien ilo raelep, jej jep utak eo jidik illọk jidik, im barāinwōt kietake bwe en jab idaak bwijen.Every time we tend to the task of drawing coconut sap, in the morning and evening, and sometimes at noon, we cut the coconut shoot a bit each time, and we also bend the shoot down to prevent the sap from drowning its navel. S19jepjep
 Aolep iien ad jekaro, ilo jibboñ im jota im jet iien ilo raelep, jej jep utak eo jidik illọk jidik, im barāinwōt kietake bwe en jab idaak bwijen.Every time we tend to the task of drawing coconut sap, in the morning and evening, and sometimes at noon, we cut the coconut shoot a bit each time, and we also bend the shoot down to prevent the sap from drowning its navel. S19jidik illọk jidik
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rājetakeBoñ ej rājetake raanNight is the counterpart of day.leāne-lemeto
 Kwōn rājetake ḷọkAccompany him there.leāne-lemeto
 Kwōn rājetake ḷọkAccompany him there.rejetak
 Boñ ej rājetake raanNight is the counterpart of day.rejetak
rejetakeKwōn ja rejetake ḷọk ñan aujpitōḷ.How about accompanying him to the hospital.rejetak
ri-rejetakeEjjeḷọk 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
ketakeRi-ekajet eo ear ketake ri-ketak eo.The judge revealed the identity of the betrayer.ketak
 Jutōj ear ketake Jijej ñan Pharisee ro.Judas betrayed Jesus to the Pharisees.ketak
kōkāto-ketakeKwōnāj kōkāto-ketake ḷadik ṇe bajjek innem ejujen wōt im jorrāān.You'll keep letting the boy jump around like that and he’s going to end up hurting himself.kāto-ketak
kajemetakeTa ṇe ear kajemetake?What made her sick to her stomach?jemetak
KitakeKitake nuknuk ṇe aṃ em tuwaak.Raise your dress before you walk into the water.kitak
JālitakeJālitake kijeek ṇe jān kōto in.Put up a shelter to protect the fire from the wind.jālitak
 Kwōn jālitake kōrā im ajri raṇe jān būñalñalin ṇoPut up something to protect the women and children from the sea spray.jālitak
 Kwōn jālitake kōrā im ajri raṇe jān tabwiṇo.Put up something to protect the women and children from the sea sprayjālitak
kōjalitakeKwōn kōjalitake jān wōt kein.Protect him from the rain.jālitak
kaito-itakeKwōn kaito-itake (imeḷan) ipeḷaakin aelōñ kein bwe en alwoj.Let him travel around these atolls (of the Marshalls) for sightseeing.ito-itak
ektakeIj ilān ektake.I'll go pick her up.ektak
 Renaaj iwōj in ektake eokThey will come and pick you up.iwōj
 Raar jojoon buruōn im ektake ñan Hawaii bwe en aluje.They console him by taking him to Hawaii for a vacation.jojoon
 Iar ektake em kōrotake.I lifted him up and threw him on his back.rotak
 Ewōr ta kwōj ektake ippaṃ ilo tūreep ṇeDo you have anything you want to take with you on your trip?ektak
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eliktakeJuon eo eliktake jiipkako eo an.Someone snatched his wallet.