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-O    -AO    -BO    -CO    -DO    -EO    -IO    -JO    -KO    -LO    -MO    -NO    -OO    -PO    -RO    -TO    -UO    

oKōṃṃakūtkūt ke dikdik ko, ilikin Nakwōpe eṃṃan o.The small porpoises are in motion, off Nakwōpe everything's fine for the o birds (to feed). (words from a chant about the sign.)Nakwōpe
 O, o, o ñan ro rej jokwe ioon laḷ.Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth. (Rev. 8:13).o
 O, o, o ñan ro rej jokwe ioon laḷ.Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth. (Rev. 8:13).o
 O, o, o ñan ro rej jokwe ioon laḷ.Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth. (Rev. 8:13).o
 Pād o lio in.Shucks, here she comes again.pād o
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Eḷapaddiṃakoko rainin im iabwin jerbal.I'm sluggish today and don't feel like working.addiṃakoko
 Aeṃōḷoḷoū ṇa ijin ekōṃṃanabwin etal.The coolness I get at this spot makes me want to stay.aeṃōḷoḷo
 Aḷap eoeṇ.He's the head of the lineage I belong to.aḷap
 Aṃtōkū ekōṃṃan an bōdba naan eo.My biting my lips made me mispronounce the word.aṃtōk
 Eṃōj an injinia eṇ ane tok injinlọk eim 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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baoAkadeiktok ia eṇ bao ṇe ej edde ie.Go find out where that bird is roosting.akade
 Enañin aloklok ke bao eo ear jako.Have you seen that lost chicken?aloklok
 Rej bōk waj bao im piik im im aolep kain ṃōñā, kab amiṃōṇo.They bring chickens, pork, breadfruit, and all kinds of food and handicraft. S4amiṃōṇo
 Kwōn aujidi bao eṇSnare that bird.aujiid
 Kwōn jab kaawiiaik bao eṇDon't make that chicken wild.awiia
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ejjōbaōRaar ejjōbaō ḷọk em boñ.They played ejjōbaō till nightfall.ejjōbaō
 Leddik wōt rej ejjōbaō ṂajeḷOnly girls play ejjōbaō in the Marshalls.ejjōbaō
kōbaoRemoot in kōbao.They went looking for birds.bao
ḶōbaoJen tan katokkwi ippān Ḷōbao.Let's go get chicks from Mr. Chicken.tokkwi
daoKwōnañin dao keHaven't you broken your fast yet?dao
 Ij jañin dao jān inne.I haven't eaten since yesterday.dao
 Kōmmām kar dao im ḷak dedeḷọk, ibar jikrōk im karreoiki kōnnọ im jikin ṃōñā eo.When everyone was done eating, I went over again and washed the dishes and cleaned up the eating area. P967nenọ
 Kōmmām kar dao im ḷak dedeḷọk, ibar jikrōk im karreoiki kōṇṇọ im jikin ṃōñā eo.When everyone was done eating, I went over again and washed the dishes and cleaned up the eating area. P967kōm
 Ej ṃōj ajej ḷọk kijeerro Bojin eo ak ibaj jijet laḷ ḷọk im dao.As soon as I was done dividing out food for him and the Boatswain I sat down and started eating. P1280kije-
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DaōDaō bōb ṇeThat's my pandanus there by you.daa-
 Kwōn ḷot(e) tok juon daō bōbPull me off a key of pandanus.ḷotḷot
jedaoAjiri jedao.He is just a kid.jedao
 Kwōn jab kanooj inepata ippān bwe jedao bajjekDon't worry too much over him because he's just an unlucky kid.jedao
eaoJoñan an jejetōbtōb (ejjetōbtōb), eao.He is so spiritual, he has a halo on his head.ao
PijaōPijaō.It's my likeness. It's a picture of me.pijaa-
JekakaōJekakaō.I made the jekakajekaka
likaoKoban atare likao eṇYou can't compare yourself with him.atar
 Ear boke bōran likao eoHe threw sand in the man's hair.bokbok
 Likao eṇ edọọlol.He's really beyond help.dọlel
 Likao eṇ ejājeke.That young man is boastful.jājjāj
 Eaitok jeor kaṇ an likao eṇThat young man's sideburns are long.jeor
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ankilaōEj jab ankilaō.It's not in my will.ankilaa-
IḷḷaoIḷḷao kōn ṃōñā ṇeThat's a disgusting food.ḷōḷao
rūḷḷaoElōñ rūḷḷao bwe eḷap ṇoThere are a lot of seasick people because it's rough.ḷōḷao
ḷōlaoṂōjin an dedeḷọk jerbal eo itallōñ ḷọk i lowaan kōjām eo im ḷak ijo nabōj, ibōk menwa bwe āinwōt iwātin kar bar ḷōlao kōn nemān kiaj im wōil eo i lowa.When we were all finished I climbed through the doorway to the outside and took a big breath because I was really starting to get seasick from the smell of gas and oil inside. P757lowa
ḷōḷaoIlukkuun kar bwilōñ bwe bōjen alen kar jejerakrōk ippān Jema ak ij jañin kar wōjak men in ḷōḷao.I was really surprised because I had sailed with Father many times but had never felt seasick. P653ḷōḷao
ṃaōItok ṃaō.Come in front of me.ṃaa-
lijeṃaoIkar lo juon bao kilmeej im mejān ej errobōlbōl āinwōt lijeṃao.I saw a black bird and its eyes were shimmering like those of a short-eared owl. P1040lijeṃao
eṃṃaoEṃṃan bwe eṃṃao.She's good and talkative.ṃōṃawi
jiṃṃaōEṃōj an ḷōḷḷap eo jiṃṃaō kaamṇak kōn ijo jikin.My grandfather gave me his land.amṇak
kōṃṃaoKōṃro ar kōṃṃao.We had a conversation.kōṃṃao
 Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej kōṃṃao bajjikThose fellows are chatting.ṃōṃawi
ḷọkjenaōEar ḷọkjenaō ke ij roñ ke emej.I was shocked when I heard that he died.ḷọkjenaa-
kuṇaōIar likūt juon kuṇaō taḷaI contributed a dollar as my share.lilik
paoEṃṃan pao tok in āneoThe islet looks good from here (on a boat).pao
EpaoEpao tokin kain eṇ eaejemjem.His appearance was like those people who when they talk, everyone listens and believes what they say. P60aejemjem
EtaoEtao ear koḷọk ñan Amedka.Etao fled to America.ko
 Etao kar lukkuun ri-nana im maroñ ko an rōkanooj in kabwilōñlōñ.Etao was a real rascal and his powers were amazing. S13nana
 Ear anen etao inneHe had an epileptic seizure yesterday.anen etao
 Ej et anen etao eo aṃ?Are you cured of your epilepsy?anen etao
 Ewōr an mijen anen etao.She has chronic epilepsy.anen etao
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ḶeetaoḶeetao ear aelellaḷe Jemāluut.Etao stole Jemaluut's wife.aelellaḷ
 Buñbuñtata ilo inọñ in Ṃajeḷ ḶeEtao.Most famous in Marshallese legends is Etao. S13buñbuñ
 Buñbuñtata ilo inọñ in Ṃajeḷ ḶeEtao.Most famous in Marshallese legends is Etao. S13Etao
ri-etaoKwe kwōj juon ri-etao.You are a sly person.Etao
ḶetaoAjokḷāin iien ko an Ḷetao.It's a heap of stones from the time of the famous legendary trickster Ḷetaoajokḷā
waōEar boojetok wa eo waō.He assembled my boat for me.bobo
 Ear jata kake wa eo waō.He borrowed my boat.jata
 Ij ja tan jirukliiki wa eṇ waō.I think I'll install the sheet cleats on my canoe now.jirukli
 Kwomaroñ ke inwijete tok jouj e an kōrkōr e waō?Can you lash the bottom part of my canoe to the upper part?jouj
 Ear bat kōrkōr eo waō jinoun ak eḷak wōtlọk juon ḷadikin eoon ere eliboorore wa ko jet im ḷeAt first my canoe was behind but a gusty wind fell, I chased and passed the others.ḷadikin eoon ere
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wāoEmarok ḷọk unokan wa e wāo jān ṇe waaṃ.I have a lighter paint on my car than yours. marok
BoBo ledik raṇ.Those girls are twins.bo
 Ear kōkọbōke bo ro.He made the twins wrestle.kọbōk
 Lale kwoḷaanwōtwōt ilo bo kaṇ buon.Be careful you don't get hit by the stones he's throwing.ḷaanwōtwōt
 Juon eo kōrā eor nājin bo.The lady has twins.bo
kōjelbabōKwōn jab kōjelbabō im kadek bwe emọ aṃ kadek.Don't disobey and get drunk, because it's forbidden for you to get drunk.kōjelbabō
 Irooj eo ekalimjek Jema im ba, Koṃwin jab kōjelbabō bwe allōñ eo an Likabwiro in.The chief stared at Father and said, You guys shouldn’t be careless, because this is the month of the Likabwiro storms. P249kōjelbabō
lōbbọJaake 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
RūbbōRūbbō eo eṇ.He is the expert in the bōbō (ebbō) fishing method.bōbō
jeboErro kukure (ikkure) im jebo.They played to a draw.jebo
 Keem eo inne jebo.Yesterday's game was a tie.jebo
EjeboEjebo kar ekkāleel eo inne.The election yesterday was a tie.jebo
jāiboEwi ri-jāibo eo ejeḷā iiōk jāibo?Where is the woman who knows how to make jāibojāibo
 Iijoḷ jāibo.I want to eat jāibojāibo
 Jāibo in ia in kijerro?Where did you get this jāibo we're eating from?jāibo
 Kwaar kōṃṃan ke jāibo inneDid you make jāibo yesterday?jāibo
ri-jāiboEwi ri-jāibo eo ejeḷā iiōk jāibo?Where is the woman who knows how to make jāibojāibo
kōjāiboKwōn ilọk im kōjāibo tok kijerro.Go and get some jāibo for us.jāibo
 Raar kōjāibo mọọrThey made jaibo for bait.jāibo
ruk-boKwōmake ñak ruk-bo.You're sure clumsy at gathering throwing-stones.ruk-bo
Ri-anjin-wōlboRi-anjin-wōlbo eo ear kilaba.The black magician to make people win contests committed suicide.anjin-wōlbo
jaṃboKōjro jaṃbo niñawajLet's take a stroll to the north end of the island.niña
 Ak kiiō ij ja jaṃbo tok ñan waan kapin aelōñin e.But for now I’ll wander over to the boat at the end of the island. P119jaṃbo
RejaṃboRejaṃbo toḷọk ñan ḶoraThey are hiking westward to Laura.jaṃbo
ri-jaṃboḶalem en ri-pālele raar jaṃbotok jān Amedka im juon iaan ri-jaṃbo rein enañinmej.Five couples came from America for a vacation and one of them is now sick.jaṃbo
jaṃṃboEṃṃan wōt amimān jaṃṃbo bajjekHow nice that the four of you can just take it easy and cruise around.amimān
boboEjaje bobo injinHe doesn't know how to put an engine together.bobo
 Bobo in ta ṇe kijōṃ.What sort of food balls do you have?bobo
 Kwōjeḷā ke bobo injin ḷọkCan you assemble an outboard engine?bobo
 Lio ej kōṃṃan bobo in raij.She is making rice balls.bobo
bọboḶōṃaro raṇ rej bọbo.The fellows are fishing for flying fish.bọbo
 Ejeḷā bọbo (bọọḷ).He's a good (baseball) catcherbọbo
 Buñūn bọbo men in bwe ei ninijek (innijek).This should be an ideal night for catching flying fish because it's pitch black.innijek
 Buñūn bọbo men in bwe einnijek.This should be an ideal night for catching flying fish because it's pitch black.innijek
 Ak jeḷak toor mejād im waate tok turin lañ, ej jañin kar ḷōmṇak in wōt, meñe eṃōj ammān kōppojak kein ammān naaj kar bọbo dānnin wōt.But when we looked all around and observed the sky, there was no sign of rain, though even so we got containers ready so we could catch rain water, just in case. P1016bọbo
EbboboEbbobo nejin kōrā eṇ.That lady always has twins.bo
eboboLio ebobo raijShe is making rice into balls.bobo
EjjāiboboEjjāibobo nuknuk kaṇe aṃ.Your clothes have scraps of dumplings on them.jāibo
 Ejjāibobo arin Arṇo.There are lots of jāibo along the lagoon shores of Arno.jāibo
liboboEwi libobo eo an kōṃa ṇeWhat happened to that cauldron's lid?libobo
Ri-boboRi-bobo injin eo ṇeHe is the engine assembler.bobo
 Ri-bobo raij ro raṇ.They are the rice ball makers.bobo
kọwōlboboWūno in kọwōlbobo.Love potion.wōlbo
EjjaṃboboEjjaṃbobo jar eṇ.That couple is always vacationing.jaṃbo
kōboboEnañin kōbobo ke wōjḷā eṇ?Hasn't the sail been fastened yet?kōbobo
jejatboboEbwiin jejatbobo (ejjatbobo) nuknuk kōn aer jab lukkuun ṃōrāThe clothes have the smell because they didn't dry properly.jatbo
ejjatboboEbwiin jejatbobo (ejjatbobo) nuknuk kōn aer jab lukkuun ṃōrāThe clothes have the smell because they didn't dry properly.jatbo
kōboJined ilo kōbo, jemād im jemān ro jet.Our mothers forever; our fathers and the fathers of others. (A proverb extolling the matrilineal relation)kōbo
elōbọKoban loe bwe elōbọ.You won't find him because he's sick.lōbọ
jatboEbwiin jatbo nuknuk kōn aer jab lukkuun ṃōrāThese clothes have the damp smell because they didn't dry properly.jatbo
aubōEṃṃan bōkā in ñan aubō.The tide is just right for spear fishing on the reef.aubō
MIECOIlo Ṃajeḷ kiiō, ewōr jilu waan rawūn: Militobi, MIECO Queen, im Rālik-Ratak.In the Marshalls now as of 1965 there are three field-trip ships: the Militobi, the MIECO Queen, and the Rālik-Ratak. S17waan rawūn
 Eḷap an MIECO QUEEN buñto-buñtak ilo iien an ḷap ṇoThe MIECO Queen really rolls when there are big waves.buñto-buñtak
wūdādoKe iar dik, ikōn wūdādo aolep Jādede.When I was young I used to sail toy hydroplanes every Saturday.wūdādo
 Eṃōkaj wūdādo eṇ waan.His toy hydroplane is very fast.wūdādo
ri-audwadoWōn eo enaaj ad ri-audwado?Who will be carrying it in a basket for us?aduwado
pāddoEj pāddo wōtIt rains off and on.pād o
 Ikar aikuj dāpij tibat eo bwe en jab okjak im pāddo kenọkwōle ḷọk kijeek eo bwe ej itok wōt in mej kōn an ṃōḷauwi kane ko.I had to hold onto the teapot, so it wouldn't topple over, and occasionally stir the fire, which tended to die because the firewood was damp. P885kenọkwōl
eddoWōn ṇe ej bōk dedo (eddo) in jerbal ṇeWho is taking the responsibility for that job?bōk dedo
 Men in eddo ippaI take this as a personal insult.eddo ippa-
 Enaaj eddo ippān ñe kwōjab kūri.He'll be insulted if you don't invite him.eddo ippa-
 Raar ipep pāāk in waini ko kōn aer eddo.They dragged the bags of copra because they were too heavy.ipep
 Eddo kubaakin kōrkōr eṇ waan.His canoe's outrigger is quite heavy.kubaak
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dedoWōn ṇe ej bōk dedo (eddo) in jerbal ṇeWho is taking the responsibility for that job?bōk dedo
 Eḷwōjat im dedo (eddo).It's waterlogged and extra heavy.ḷwōjat
 Ikōjekdọọn an dedo im kate kotak bakōj eo im lutōke ṇa ijo ekar ba.I tried to ignore how heavy the bucket was as I lifted it up and emptied it where he had told me to. P649jekdọọn
 Ikōjekdọọn an dedo im kate kotak bakōj eo im lutōke ṇa ijo ekar ba.I tried to ignore how heavy the bucket was as I lifted it up and emptied it where he had told me to. P649dedo
 Ikar jino eñjake an dedo tok meja kōn mejki.My eyes were starting to get heavy because I was so sleepy. P225eñjake
pedoEṃṃan wōt babu pedo ippaI like to sleep on my stomach.pedo
 Ettōr em pedo.He ran and fell on his face.pedo
 Itūrrọọlin util de eo, eñeo ejab pedo ak ejutak wōt im pojak.His was the circling movement of an agile person such that he didn't fall but stood poised and ready.itūrrọọl
buñ-pedoRūttariṇae eo ej buñ-pedo im apād.The soldier is lying in ambush.buñ-pedo
ri-NaodoEkkillep ajajin ri-Naodo.Nauruans have fat calves.ajaj
eddodoPāāk dedodo (eddodo) men eṇ.That bag is very heavy.dedo
 Naan eo ekōṃṃan an dedodo (eddodo).The news made him feel melancholy.dedo
 Eiñ-lọjien kōn an kate kotak men dedodo (eddodo) eoHe strained his abdominal muscles trying to lift the heavy weight.iñ-lọjien
 Eḷap dedodo (eddodo) raininI feel sluggish today.dedo
dedodoJema ekar kate wōt ak elukkuun alikkar an dedodo im addiṃakoko.Father was doing his best to persevere but it was obvious that he was growing hopeless and uneasy. P1027addiṃakoko
 Pāāk dedodo (eddodo) men eṇ.That bag is very heavy.dedo
 Naan eo ekōṃṃan an dedodo (eddodo).The news made him feel melancholy.dedo
 Eiñ-lọjien kōn an kate kotak men dedodo (eddodo) eoHe strained his abdominal muscles trying to lift the heavy weight.iñ-lọjien
 Eḷap aninikien ñōñōrñōrin (eññōrñōrin) diin ḷeo ke ej kotak pāākin wainin dedodo eo bwe en baun.The groaning sound of the man's bones was quite audible as he was lifting the heavy sack of dried copra to be weighed.ñōñōrñōr
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eppedodoḶeo iba eppedodo ṇeThis is the man that always falls on his face.pedo
pidodoEjo kōn bwidej pidodo.It's muddy with soft soil.jo
 Kwōn ṃōñā ṃōñā pidodo ñe emetak ñiiṃEat soft food if you have a toothache.pidodo
 Kwōn aintini bōb kaṇe bwe ren pidodo ad wōdwōd.Boil those pandanus so that they will be easy for us to chew.aintiin
 Jen ilān akajoki ak kaṇ bwe en kab pidodo ad jejọñ (ejjọñ).Let's go locate the frigate birds' roost so we can easily catch them tonight.akajok
 Jen almaroñe jerbal in im enaaj pidodo an tōprak.Let's pitch in together and the job will be done.almaroñ
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EpidodoEpidodo teej eo.The test was easy.pidodo
 Ajjuurūṃ epidodo.The huts you put up are flimsy.ajjuur
 Epidodo naaj anbwijmaroñe.It'll be easy for me to use my right hand.anbwijmaroñ
 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
ekkōdọdoJeban lo Jāpe bwe ekkōdọdo.We can't see the constellation Jāpe because of the heavy overcast.Jāpe
 Ekkōdọdo kapinlañThere are clouds on the horizon.kapin lañ
 Ekkōdọdo raininToday is cloudy.kōdọ
EjjipdodoEjjipdodo neōMy legs have gone limp.jijipdodo
KōdọKōdọ mijelThick clouds.mijel
 Ḷak jọteen ḷọk eo elur pedejdej ak kōmmān bwilōñ ke ejej iju i lañ meñe en kar or bwe ejej kōdọ i mejatoto.It was completely calm as the evening came on but we were surprised that there weren’t any stars in the sky when we should have seen them as there wasn't a speck of cloud in the sky. P1031pedej
 Meramin jatiraito eo eromaake kōdọ eoThe searchlight illuminates the cloud.romaak
 Kōdọ eo ekaelor ṃōkoThe cloud cast a shadow over the homes.aelor
 Epeḷaak kōdọ eoThe cloud passed by.peḷaak
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NawōdoEar bajaḷọk ñan Nawōdo.He went to Nauru as purser.baja
lijjipdoJoñan an lijjipdo jidik wōt iuuni ak eokjak.He's so weak in the legs that even a little push would make him fall down.lijjipdo
eoEar abwin bōk men eo kijen.He refused to take his food.abwin bōk
 Ear kaaddi-diki (kōṃṃan addi-dikin) tọḷe eo kōn mōttan nuknuk.She put a little finger on the doll with a piece of cloth.addi-dik
 Eaepokpok wūn eo.That was a complex mathematical problem.aepokpok
 Wōn eo enaaj ri-kaaij iaadeañ?Who among the four of us will be going to get ice aij
 Men 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
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Einwōt kwōj baj addikdiki eō.I feel like you're suspecting me.addikdik
 Men eo ear ba ear kaapaproroik eō.What he said troubled my conscience.apaproro
 Ij etal kiiō bwe eawaūk eō.I'm going now because I'm late.awa
 Kwōn jab ālikinjepjepebwe eṃool iọkwe in .Don't be unfair for my love is true.ālikinjepjep
 Etke kweālikinjepjepe eō?Why are you cheating me?ālikinjepjep
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eọEban jejeor (ejjeor) eọ ṇeThat tattoo is indelible.ban jejeor
 Enañin eọ ke ni eṇ?Has that coconut tree started to bear fruit yet?eọ
 Rej ṃaṃōje eọ eṇ an ḷeeṇThey're using black carbon on his tattoos.ṃaṃōj
 Eṃōj an jino eọ ni eṇ.That coconut tree has started to bear fruit.eọ
 Ear ijjino eọ ilo Aelōñḷapḷap.Tattooing began on Aelōñḷapḷap.eọ
Ri-kaaeoRi-kaaeo.He treats people who have pains in the kidney area.aeo
deoEban ein dein ḷọk wōt arro aibabbab in deo.We can't go on clinging to each other forever.bab
 Jekdọọn ñe ekankan to eo ak pen in deo an keepep.Even though the rope was pulled taut, he continued to hold it.keepep
 Iṃōk in ba en jab jañ ak pen in deo an jañ.She kept crying despite my plea for her to stop.pen in deo
 Jekdọọn ñe rōṃane ak pen in deo an kakkōt.Even though they beat him up, he kept trying.pen in deo
 Ejjeḷọk kōkeroro ak men eo kwōj roñ deo ainikien aerjel ḷwiiti kabwin kọpe ko kab ekkopkopin dān eo ilowa ke ej eṃṃōḷeiñiñ wa eo.There was no talking or noise except for their slurping from their coffee cups and the sloshing of the water inside as the boat rocked. P276ṃōṃōḷeiñiñ
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deọKwokanooj deọ.You are very beautiful.deọ
 Aṃ deọ ekōppat .Your beauty makes me feel unworthy.pepat
 Enaaj kar lukkuun deọ eḷañe ear jab tāṃoṇ lọñiin.She would have been very beautiful if she didn't have a harelip.tāṃoṇ
EkōmjedeọEkōmjedeọ jet ṃweiukun Jepaan.Some goods from Japan look good but are flimsy.kōmjedeọ
indeoAerṃwein jowi in ad ej ñan indeo kōn aer jeḷā aerṃweiki doon.The relationship within our clan will last forever because it's alive and well.aerṃwe
 Ānbwinnid enaaj mej ak ad enaaj mour indeo.Our body will die but the soul will live forever.ad
 Enaaj mej ānbwinniṃ ak aṃ enaaj pād ñan indeo.Your body will die but you soul will live forever.aṃ
 Ānbwinnid enaaj mej im jako ak an kein ad renaaj mour wōt ñan indeo.Our bodies will die and disappear but our souls will live on forever.an
āindeoKar āindeo ḷọk im ḷak kein keemān ḷōut, elukkuun wūdañōlñōl wa eo im ban bar kanne ḷọk wōt.It went on like this for four loads until the boat was so packed that nothing else would fit inside. P360emān
 Āindeo an wa eo kar epaak tok wōt im kōm kar ḷōmṇak enaaj kar wātokin de eo ak ebuñjen im ḷak kun teeñki ko ie, ejej men eṇ kōmjel loe.In this way the boat got closer and we thought it would just keep coming, but all of a sudden the lights on it went out, and we couldn’t see anything. P1153buñjen
 Erjel kar ajeji jerbal ko rōḷḷap ikōtaerjel im āindeo bwe juon enaaj Kapen, juon Injinia, im eo juon Bojin.They distributed the big jobs among themselves, so that one of them would be Captain, one Engineer, and one Boatswain. P29kōtaa-
 Ekar āindeo an dikḷọk im kun injin eo.It just kept slowing down until it finally stopped. P617kukun
eindeoTa eo ekaamentaklaḷe bwe en kab eindeo?What caused his unfortunate situation?amentaklaḷ
indeeoEjjeḷọk eṇ enaaj mour ñan indeeo.No one will live forever.indeeo
 Indeeo im indeeo.Forever and ever.indeeo
 Indeeo im indeeo.Forever and ever.indeeo
āindeeoḶeo edeḷọñ ḷọk ilowaan ruuṃ eo im ḷak diwōj tok ej jibwe ruo ḷoobwin pilawā, eṃōj an limi kōn peba būrawūn, ej ja āindeeo aer māāṇāṇ ke rej kab mat tok.The man went into a room and when he came back out he was holding loaves of bread, already wrapped in brown paper, still warm from the oven. P264būrawūn
 Kar āindeeo ammān didiakeōk tak ḷọk raan eo ooṃ boñ.We kept tacking in this fashion all day as we sailed east until it was night. P862diak
 Ekar lukkuun arrukwikwi tok jiō kōn an wa eo āindeeo ioon ṇo ko.I started to feel very squeamish as the boat continued like that over the waves. P521arrukwikwi
 Ekar jab to ammān āindeeo innem emaat aḷaḷ ko rōkar aikuj wanlōñ ḷọk im pād i lọjet.It wasn’t long before we had passed up all the boards that needed to go in the water. P712āinde-
 Kōto eo ekọto im Kapen eo kab Jema rōḷak kōbbaal tok rōba ke enaaj kar āindeeo an ṃōṃan ñan boñ.The trade winds were blowing favorably and the Captain and Father looked up at the clouds and predicted it would be like that for the rest of the day. P969kọto
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Jān-indeeo-ñan-indeeoAnij Jān-indeeo-ñan-indeeo.God Eternal.jānindeeo-ñanindeeo
neeōEar iñrōktok wōt neeō jān kar iaekwoj wiik eo ḷọkI sprained my ankle racing last week.iñrōk
IeoIeo ij lo an ñabñabḷọk ijieṇḷọk.I saw him there eating as if he's dying of hunger and going thataway.ñabñab
iaieoMeḷan ko ie, im iiaḷ ko ie, im iaieo ko ie,The surroundings there, the paths there, and the comings and goings there, S2 lines from a songiiāio
iiaieoRaar iiaieo ippān doon ālikin aer jako jān doon iuṃwin elōñ iiō.They had a reunion after many years of absence from one another.iiāio
 Jen iiaieo ḷọk ñan ṃweeṇ iṃō.Let's get together and head on to my house.iiāio
 Ear juon iien iiaieo eṃṃan im kaṃōṇōṇō.It was a good and enjoyable get-together.iiāio
KọọjeōKọọjeō meṇ ṇeThat's my blanket.kọje-
akeọEkar ḷap akeọ in eo ḷọk jān eo kiiō.The last breadfruit harvest was greater than this one.akeọ
LeoLeo eṇ ej juk (jukoke) uṃ eṇ.That fellow is uncovering the oven.jukok
ḷeoAitwōnmejin ḷeo ear alikkar ippān aolep armej ijo.His imminent demise was apparent to everyone who was present.aitwōnmej
 Kōn an tar jān joñan an ḷeo bōballele, kōṃwōj kar jab kanooj eḷḷọk ñan men ko ej ba.Because his interest in worldly possessions was too much, we did not pay too much attention to what he was saying.balle
 Ḷeo enañinmej eṇ ej bōk-ubōn.That sick person is drawing his last breath.bōk ob
 Ḷeo ebōro-ḷapHe is a spendthrift.bōro-ḷap
 Ear kabukwelōlōik ḷeo im kokwōjarjare (ekkwōjarjare).He made the man kneel and blessed him.bukwelōlō
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oḷeọEḷap an oḷeọ jikin kweilọk eṇ.That city is beautiful.oḷeọ
meọKōrein Ṃajeḷ rej kaliktūt kōn bōlōk meọ.Marshallese women wean their babies with bitter leaves.liktūt
neōAddi lepin neō.My big toe.addi-lep
 Eālokjak neō.I turned my ankle.ālokjak
 Ṇo kileplep eo ear jetak im kōjabjab neō jān laḷ.The big wave swelled up and made it so my feet didn't reach the bottom.jabjab
 Ejaij juuj e ñan neō.The shoes fit my feet.jaij
 Ejekkar juuj ñan neō.These shoes don't fit my feet.jekkar
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ṇeōEirḷọk ṇeō.My leg is sprained.ir
āneoKōm ar ikoeaak bajjek imeḷan āneo.We just sort of roamed around the island.ikueaak
 Ear kōk laḷ em jeepepḷọk āneo.There was an earthquake and the island disappeared.jeepepḷọk
 Raar jino jitaak tok ṃaan āneo.They began to approach the lagoon shore of the islet.jitaak
 Rōtar āneḷọk ke rej jubwiji er jān āneo.They headed toward the island when they noticed the islanders signaling them.jubwij
 Raar kakutiltili āneo im raan kein ekanooj kuktiltil (ikkutiltil).They put lizards on the island and nowadays it's crawling with lizards.kutiltil
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ianeoEjakkutkut iṃoko ianeo.The houses on the island are not close together.jọkkutkut
iāneoRaar loe ej ajjimakeke iāneo.He was found all by himself on the island.ajjimakeke
 Kōmba emaat raij iāneo ak rejab tōmak.We said the island was out of rice but they didn't believe us.ba
 Koṃjel āt eo koṃjel kar pād iāneo ke ej bwil?You three and who else were on the island when it burned?āt
Ri-āneoRi-āneo raar dienbwijro ke raar roñ ke enaaj buñlọk Likabwiro.The islanders ate their last meal together when they heard that typhoon Likabwiro would ravage their island.dienbwijro
 Raar ṇakọjen ri-āneo ālkin taibuun eo.The islanders were provided with blankets after the typhoon.ṇakọjen
 Ejjeikik ri-āneo ke ejeḷo.The island populace were agitated by the sighting of a sail.jejeikik
 Ri-āneo raar ejjeurur ke ej mej irooj eo.The people of the islet were stirred up when the chief died.jejeurur
 Emej irooj eo an ri-āneo innem wāween in ekaajineañroik er.Their traditional chief's death frightened the people of the island.ajineañro
EñeoEñeo ear abṇōṇōwaj ijeṇeṇe waj.I saw him upset and going in that direction.abṇōṇō
 Eñeo eaar abōblepwaj wōt ijeṇeṇe waj.I saw him looking uninterested and heading that away.abōblep
 Eñeo ear abwinmakewaj ijeṇe waj.Afraid of ghosts as he was, I saw him going in your directionabwinmake
 Eñeo eaar addikdik waj im wāwewaj ijeṇeṇe waj.He was squinting and heading in that direction there.addikdik
 Eñeo ear adpā towaj ijeṇeṇe waj.I saw him stagger in that direction toward the west.adpā
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EṇeoEṇeo iar lo an allo waj ijjieṇ waj.I last saw him looking for something in that direction.allo
kineōErkā jaki ko kineōThese are the mats that belong to me.erkā
 Juon e kineō jañiñiI have a sleeping mat.jañiñi
eoeoKwōn eoeo ḷọk ñan unneen.You should rub him toward his feet.eoeo
 Leḷḷap eo eṃṃan eoeo.The old woman is good at rubbing back and forth.eoeo
eọeoḶeo ear eọeo waHe was lashing canoes.eọeo
eḷḷaeoeoTipñōl eo ij baj ba eḷḷaeoeo inI would call that a fast sailing canoe.ḷōḷaeoeo
 Eḷḷaeoeo ḷọk jān wa ṇe waaṃ.It's faster than yours.ḷōḷaeoeo
 Kōmmān kar idaak ioon wa eo im lale an eḷḷaeoeo ḷọk ijo ḷọkWe all just sat and drank our coffee on the boat and admired how it sped along there. P887ḷōḷaeoeo
EttaeoeoEttaeoeo ḷeeṇHe is covered with pimples.taeo
deọeoJuon eṇ jiroñ deọeo ej kab itok.A beautiful girl just arrived.jiroñ
 Ḷeo eban kar tōprak ippān kōrā deọeo eṇ ñe bōkā eo kapiten en kar jab kōtaḷeiki.He wouldn't gotten to first base with that beautiful woman if it wasn't for his love potion.taḷe
ri-eoeoLeḷḷap eo ej juon ri-eoeo.The old woman is the one who rubs people when they are in pain.eoeo
Ri-eọeoRi-eọeo wa eo eṇ.He is the one who is expert in lashing canoes.eọeo
emeoeoEṃṃan wōt būtoñtoñ ippa bwe emeoeo.I like to sleep on a mattress because it's smooth.būtoñtoñ
 Iden jaki eṇ eṃṃan bwe emeoeo.The fabric of that mat is good because it is soft.ed
kaammeọeoRaar peọọt peba eo an kōn an kaammeọeo.They tore up his paper because he was cheating.kaammeọeo
ri-kaammeọeoE ej juon ri-kaammeọeo.He is a cheater.kaammeọeo
peoeoḶōṃaro rej peoeo nuknukThe fellows tore clothes.peoeo
kaiōeōIar kaiōeō ṇai Amedka.I spent years in America.iiō
lioeoEṃṃan ad kar lioeo ṇa ilo juon wōt jikuuḷ.It's good that we all got together in one school.lioeo
pipiọeoEḷap pipiọeo (ippiọeo).I chill easily.piọ
jappiọeoEḷap an jappiọeo, bwe jekdoon ñe ewōt ak ejjab piọ.He doesn't chill easily, even when it rains.jāppiọeo
kappiọeoEḷap an kappiọeo kōto in.This wind makes one chilly.piọ
ippiọeoEḷap pipiọeo (ippiọeo).I chill easily.piọ
bwioeoIrooj bwioeo eo ṇe tok.The noble king is on his way.bwio
ṂoeoṂoeo ejedmatmate kōto eo.The bouse is exposed to the wind.jejedmatmat
rōreoKwōn kuḷatḷate bwe en rōreo (erreo).Scrub it with a coconut shell so it will really come clean.kuḷatḷat
 Eṃṃak im aebōj laḷ ko etto raar jab kanooj in rōreo (erreo).Tree catchments and olden-time cisterns were not really clean. S22rōreo
 Ikar 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
 Eḷap an rōreo (erreo) meḷan in.This area is clean.rōreo
tōreoIṃōk in dāpiji ak tōreo ekōpkōpThe more I held him the more he struggled.kōpkōp
 Enaaj iọkwe eok ṃae tōreo kwobūrookShe'll love you till you're broke.tōre
 Enaaj iọkwe eok ṃae tōreo kwobūrookShe'll love you till you're broke.ṃae
erreoḶeeṇ ej juon armej erreo būruonHe's an honest man.bōro
 Erreo ke kapin ainbat ṇeIs the bottom of that kettle clean?kapi-
 Kwōn kuḷatḷate bwe en rōreo (erreo).Scrub it with a coconut shell so it will really come clean.kuḷatḷat
 Erreo meramin allōñ buñūnin.It's a clear moonlight night tonight.meramin allōñ
 Eṃṃak im aebōj laḷ ko etto raar jab kanooj in rōreo (erreo).Tree catchments and olden-time cisterns were not really clean. S22rōreo
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tōrreoIḷak ba en jab jañ, tōrreo ej kab buuḷ im jañ.When I asked her not to cry, she cried all the more.tōrreo
 Ñe koba en jab idaak, tōrreo ej kab idaak.If you tell him not to drink, he'll drink all the more.ñe
āteoKwōj kab āteo jorrāānNow you've really had it. (You were already in trouble but now….)āteo
 Āteo ri-nanaNow that's a rascal for you. (What he's done is his expected behavior.)āteo
 Āteo bwebweNow that's what I call stupid.āteo
 Kwōj kab āteo tūṃṃwijkōk jān būruō.Now you're really completely cut off from my heart.tūṃṃwijkōk
 Āteo rūbbōkWhat a blabber-mouth.bōbōk
bweọRi-jojo bweọ eo eṇ.He is the one who is soaking the coconut husks.jojo
 Ḷadik raṇ rej kōṃṃan wa bweọ.The boys are making coconut boats.wa bweọ
 Kwōn joon bweọ kaṇeSoak those coconut husks.jojo
 Bweọ ko kaṇ rej jojo i ar.Those coconut husks are soaking along the lagoon beach.jojo
 Ñe ṇo ko rej ḷukut wa eo āinwōt juon bweọ ioon lọjet.The waves were rolling the boat around like a coconut husk on the water. P776ḷukut
ṃweoEaetoiki ṇa iturin ṃweo.He got bewitched near the house.aeto
 Iñak ñāāt wōt eo ekar lo animrokaṃro ilowaan iaḷ eo, kab etke ejeḷā ke kōṃro ej jibadek ḷọk ṃweo.I don’t know when he saw a glimpse of us on the road, and why he knew we were trying to reach the house. P227animroka-
 Erro ej kōnono wōt ak iḷak bōk bōra im rōre āne ḷọk ilo animrokan Jema iturun ṃweo iānein wab eo.Those two were still talking and as I raised my head and looked toward the island I caught a glimpse of Father on the shore side of the wharf. P84āne
 Kwōmaroñ ke ba kajjien ṃweo iṃōn Robōt?Can you show me where Robert's house is?ba kajjie-
 Juon eo būttọọr iturun ṃweo.There was a fountain near the house.būttọọr
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iṃweoRi-jokiiñ eo ear jokiiñi aolepen ruuṃ ko iṃweo.The housekeeper has cleaned every room in the house.jokiiñ
 Ij deḷọñ ḷọk iṃweo ke rej kōjbouk nabōj tak ri-nana eo.I was entering the house as the bad guy came careening out the door.kōjbouk
ri-ṃweoIọkwe,” euwaak ri-ṃweo.Hello,” answered all the people in the house. P181ṃweo
ErṃweōErṃweō ḷeeṇHe's my relative.erṃwe
uweoWa eo uweo ej kankan ḷọkThere goes the canoe with a full sail.kankan
 Ta uweo ej kakijeekek?What's causing all that fire light way over there?kijeek
 Koṃwin kōpooḷi ḷọk ñan turun ṇa uweo im kuṇaiki.Chase them to that shoal over yonder and catch them with the surrounding net.kuṇa
 Baḷuun eo uweo laḷḷọkThere's that plane going downward.laḷḷọk
 Jeirro uweo ej peḷọk i ar.Our brother is drifting and fishing on his canoe over yonder.peḷọk
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ṂōjabuweoṂōjabuweo.That house right over there.ṃōjab-
āneuweoḶōṃaro raṇ rej ekkoonaktok jān āneuweo.The men are fishing by the ekkonak method in this direction from that islet way over there.ekkoonak
 Ejjeḷḷo ḷọk āneuweo jān āniinThere are more grasshopper on that island than this island.jeḷo
IjuweoIjuweo leelleWay over there.leelle
 Iar lo an kaallitotoik ḷọk ijuweo ḷọkI saw him dangle it in that direction.allitoto
 Eñeo iar lo an innitōt ḷōk ijuweo ḷọkI saw it speeding away in that direction.innitōt
 Itūrrọọletok ṃweeṇ ijuweo ñan kōjro im lale wōn raṇ ie.Go survey the house over yonder for us and find out who's in it.itūrrọọl
ijjuweoEk rot eṇ ej aujọjọ ijjuweo?What kind of fish is that stirring up the water over there?aujọjọ
 Ta eṇ ej kōṃṃan liṃaajṇoṇo ijjuweo?What is causing those big waves way over there?liṃaajṇoṇo
 Ta eṇ ej rōrōmaakak (errōmaakak) tok ijjuweo?What's that that keeps shining this way from way over there?romaak
 Eaewaareḷọk ijin jān ijjuweo.The current flowing into the lagoon is stronger here than over there.aear
 Jej reilọk wōt im lo ḷōṃaraṇ rej eọñwōd ijjuweo.We can still see the men fishing over there.ijjuweo
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ānuweoKwōn bōbōḷọk (ebbōḷọk) ñan likin ānuweo.You should go fishing using the bōbō (ebbō) method toward the ocean side of that island.bōbō
āneouweoKoṃro en jino kaiṃiṃ ḷọk ñan likin āneouweo.You two start to fish for iṃiṃ toward that islet.iṃiṃ
ḷouweoKwōn kōṃanṃan aṃ kadkad bwe iar pet ippaṃ ḷouweo,” juon iaan rūtaij ro ejiroñ ḷọkYou should throw better, because I bet on you, man,” one of the players told him. P157ḷouweo
EñouweoEñouweo, ḷeo eto ad pukote.There he is, the guy we've been looking for for so long.eñoweo
 Eñouweo iuṃwin eṇ.He's over there under that breadfruit tree.eñoweo
IoIo ewōtIt is raining now (period of expecting rain implied).io
 Io kwōnaaj et?Now what are you going to do?io
 Io ña, iḷak baj jeparujruj im rōre lọk ilo tōlien pako rej idepdep ippān doon im aojọjọ ipeḷaakin ijo wa eo ej pepepe ie.I got really excited, too, when I looked out and saw a huge group of sharks swimming in a frenzy around the area where our boat was floating. P998aojọjọ
 Io epok ṃōṇe ippān ri-kadek raṇe,” iroñ an Jema ba.Uh-oh, that building is all messed up from those drunk guys,” I heard Father say. P165ṃōṇe
Kwōn jab uñūribwe kwōnaaj kabūtouk .Don't touch me or you'll make me smell all of būtobūto
 Kwōn jab uñūribwe kwōnaaj kabūtouk .Don't touch me or you'll make me smell all of būtobūto
iiāioEṃṃan adwōj iiāio.It's good for all of us to get together.iiāio
 Baaṃle eo raar iiāio ippān doon ilo juon kemeem.The family got together in a birthday celebration.iiāio
eiōEjatokwōj injin eiō.This engine does not start easily.jatokwōj
ḷeiōKwōn jab men rot ṇe ḷeiō.Don't do that, pal.ḷeiō
 Ḷeiō, ilukkuun jaje ke koṃwij jerak ak iḷak erre tok im lo an lōñ armej i turin wa in ibaj itok in lale ta,” eba.Man, I didn’t even know you were leaving until I looked over and saw all these people next to the boat, and I thought I should come see what’s going on,” he said. P463ḷeiō
iioLetok juon bao iio.Give me a whole chicken.iio
iiōEar bakke iiō eo ḷọkHe had the yaws last year bakke
 Ear bok(e) ilo iiō eo ḷọkHe had chicken pox last year.bok
 Raar iiaieo ippān doon ālikin aer jako jān doon iuṃwin elōñ iiō.They had a reunion after many years of absence from one another.iiāio
 Ḷaddik eo eto aṃ pukot iiō.The boy you have looking for a long time is here.iiō
 Juon de iiō in an pād ilo jikuuḷ.He's just in school for one year.iiō
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Ri-maakaiioRi-maakaiio eo ear addiiki ḷōṃaro im kotak er.The giant grabbed the men and lifted them up with his fingers.addi
eiioIaar jab kiki juon boñ eiio.I didn't sleep the whole night.iio
 Ñe ej bwebwenato eiio raanWhen he is talking, there goes the day. P40ñe
 Eiio de wiikin ammān āindeeoWe spent the whole week in that situation. P1187iio
ijjiiōKomaroñ jijet ijjiiō ak ijjieṇ, ijo wōt kwokōṇaan.You can sit here or there, wherever you prefer.ijjiiō
 Itok ijjiiō im jijet ie.Come here and sit down.ijjiiō
kiioḶōṃaro raar eoñwōd, erraṇ rej kadek kiio.The men who went fishing are now there drinking liquor.erraṇ
kiiōKoṃro kar kile ke an añināne raan eo ak kiiō eñin eḷak detak ekalikkar ad ettoḷọk jān āneDidn’t the two of you notice from the way the wind was blowing that we were on the lee side of the island, but now as the wind blows, it’s clear we’re at a distance from the island? P922
 Ij etal kiiō bwe eawaūk .I'm going now because I'm late.awa
 Iḷōḷḷap im banban ñan tallōñ kiiō.I'm old and now too weak to climb trees.banban
 Baru in Jepaan men kaṇ rej jerbal kiiō ilo pij eṇ.Those are bulldozers from Japan working on the airfield.baru
 Ibōbtowa kiiō.Oh, now I see.bōbtowa
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kalikiioEar kalikiio juon pāākin im wiaiki.He bought a whole bag of breadfruit.likiio
liiōNuknuk ṇe ṇe ekōkōjaij(i) eok liiō.That dress merely makes you look pretty. You're only pretty because of that dress.kōjaij
 Liiō kwōn kōtlọk .Let me go, girl.liiō
 Liiō kwōn lale aṃ jijet bwe ewaḷọk lotōñaṃ.Lady, watch the way you're sitting because you're exposing yourself.lọtōñā
jiōEmetak jiō.My stomach hurts.je
 Ekar lukkuun arrukwikwi tok jiō kōn an wa eo āindeeo ioon ṇo ko.I started to feel very squeamish as the boat continued like that over the waves. P521arrukwikwi
ijjiōLale ṃōk ijjiō eṃṃan ke ñan ad katōk juon ie?Look at this place here—is it a good place to plant a breadfruit tree?ijjiiō
lọjiōNenaan (Ennaan) eo ekāiruji lọjiō.The news thrilled me.iruj lọjie-
 Eakeke lọjiō kōn an ḷap kar ṃōñāI have an uncomfortable feeling in my stomach from overeating.akeke
 Ṃōñā pilawā in jibboñ ekaakekeik lọjiō.Eating bread in the morning gives me that uncomfortable feeling of a stomach overstuffed with food.akeke
 Naan eo ekāiruji lọjiō.The news thrilled me.iruj lọjie-
kioÑa ijibwi kio.I am a grandparent now.jibwi
KiōKiō epojak ñan ṃōñā jabdewōt iien.Now it is ready to eat at any time. S12iien
 Kwōmaroñ ke ja ṇakaan wa e waō kiō ke ij ja jiban ilo tōre in?Would you provide fuel for my car for now that I'm a bit short on cash?ṇakaan
lioEar bọkwōj lio im bab.He embraced and clung to her.bab
 Ear baijini ñan lio ippaHe tried to turn my wife against me (by telling her bad things about me).baijin
 Lio ear bujeke bōran ṃokta jān an kōṃṃan ṃōñāShe tied her hair in a knot before cooking.bujek
 Eḷap an lio būroṃōj kōn ḷeo ippān emej.She is mourning her dead husband.būroṃōj
 Lio ippa e.Here's my wife.ippa-
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LiōLiō eo an kein kajoñoul jiljilimjuon, ear jino jikuuḷ ilo kaḷōj.She started to attend college when she was seventeen. She began college when she was seventeen.joñoul jiljilmjuon
EboḷioEboḷio ḷadik eo.The boy has polioboḷio
polioNañinmej ko rōḷḷap rej aolep itok jān aelōñ in pālle, ainwōt polio kab tiipi.Major diseases such as polio and tuberculosis have all come from foreign countries. S7nañinmej
kiniōKwomaroñ ke ṇakiniō ippaṃ bwe iar jab bōk tok jaki eo kiniō?Could you give me a mat to sleep on because I forgot mine?ṇakinien
ṇakiniōKwomaroñ ke ṇakiniō ippaṃ bwe iar jab bōk tok jaki eo kiniō?Could you give me a mat to sleep on because I forgot mine?ṇakinien
piọIar piọ boñ dedeinke iar ṃōrābōtI was cold last night because I had wet clothing on.dedeinke
 Eḷap ebeb kōn piọ.I'm so chilly I'm shivering.ebeb
 Piọ in eppānene.Only the sort of chill one gets on dry land, where a fire can soon warm, not like a chill at sea.eppānene
 Eṃṃan jijibur (ijjibur) ñe kwōj piọ.It's good to cuddle when you're cold.jijibur
 Eḷap ōḷōḷ kōn piọ.I'm so cold my teeth are chattering.ōḷōḷ
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epioEjiburi niñniñ eo bwe epio.She is cuddling the baby because she is cold.jiburi
 Kwōn ṇaballin ḷọk bwe epio.Hurry up and give him some clothes. He's shivering.ṇaballin
epiọKwōn atbọkwōj niñniñ e bwe epiọ.Cuddle this baby because it's chilly.atbọkwōj
 Kwōn bọkwōj niñniñ ṇe bwe epiọ.Hug that baby because he's cold.bọkwōj
 Kōjorṃōtaik ajri ṇe bwe epiọ.Make the child wear underpants because he's cold.jorṃōta
 Kanuknuki bwe epiọ.Clothe him because he's cold.nuknuk
ipiọÑa ij bokpā bwe ipiọ.I am folding my arms because I'm chilly.bokpā
rōpiọḶōṃaro raṇ rej rañrañ bwe rōpiọ.The men are warming themselves by the fire because they are chilly.rañrañ
kwōpiọItok im pād jablurū eḷaññe kwōpiọ.Come and stay beside me so I can shelter you from wind if you are cold.jablur
retioIar bọuri kōjeḷā eo ilo retio.I received my message by radio.bọur
 Kōjañ retio ṇe bwe jen eọroñ.Turn the radio on so we can listen to the news.eọroñ
 Kwōn kakkōt kāroñjake retio ṇeListen closely to the radio.kāroñjak
 Kwaar roñ ke nuuj eo ilo retio eoDid you hear the news on the radio?roñ
 Raar tilmaake kōjjeḷā eo ilo retio.The message was spread abroad on the radio.tilmaak
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ṃwioJab kapijjuleik ṃwio ṇe bwe enaaj jejeḷọk kobban.Better not string that scarer unevenly or it won't catch any fish.kapijjule
ikōnālkinṃwioJab inepata kake bwe ikōnālkinṃwio.Don’t worry about him because he’s not with it.kake
ikōn-ālkinṃwioKwōj jab aikuj kobaiki bwe ikōn-ālkinṃwio.You don't have to put it with the rest because you caught it outside the scarer.ikōn-ālkinṃwio
 Jab inepata kake bwe ikōn-ālkinṃwio.Don't worry about him because he's not with it.ikōn-ālkinṃwio
joJen jerak ke ej ja jo men in.Let's sail while there is a calm spell.jo
 Kwōn kaiur bwe elōñ ri-akḷañe jo eṇ in jibboñ.Better hurry because there are a few men who rush ahead of everyone else to fish for the goatfish in the morning.akḷañ
 Ejjerajkoko jo ear kwaḷkoḷ ie.There was bleach all over the place where she washed clothes.jerajko
 Epen an jo añkō eo an wa eo jān wōd eo.The boat's anchor could not be loosened from the reef.jo
 Elōñ kwoṇan likao eo jo.The young man caught lots of goatfish.jo
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jọJidik wōt an tōñōle batinin kōjjọ eo ak erọọl injin eo im jọ.He just had to lightly press the ignition button and it turned over and started up right away. P447batin
 Kwōn jọ jān būbwilwōnwōniṃ (ibbwilwōnwōniṃ).Wash the turtle smell off of yourself.būbwilwōnwōn
 Ekar jọ ṃōkaj ke ej likao.He used to be a fast runner when he was a young man.jọ
 Kwōn jọ jān jọọḷūṃ.Wash the salt water off (of) yourselfjọjo
 Ear jọ injin eo aolepān boñ.The engine was on all night.jọ
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pajoKwōn jinṃaiki ḷọk pajo ṇe bwe jen eọñōd.Hurry up and mash that chum so we can start fishing.jinṃa
 Jenaaj ruj in jibbōñ tata im pajo.We'll get up early and squash hermit crabs for bait.pajo
juwajoEar kajuwajo im elōñ koṇan juwajo.He was fishing for juwajo and he caught lots.juwajo
 Eḷḷap juwajo in likin likin Wōjjā.The red snapper from the ocean side of Wotje are big.juwajo
kajuwajoEar kajuwajo im elōñ koṇan juwajo.He was fishing for juwajo and he caught lots.juwajo
kadjoEoun kadjo.Line for catching goatfish, from bamboo pole on lagoon beach.eo
 Ḷōṃaro raar kadjo.The men fished for jojo
 Kwomọọre ke kōn mọọrin kadjo?Do you have enough bait for kadjokadjo
 Ewōr ke aṃ mọọr in kadjo.Do you have bait for kadjokadjo
 Bwā in kadjo.Fishing pole for kadjokadjo
EkadjoEkadjo ḷōḷḷap eo.The old man is fishing for goat fish.kadjo
Ri-kadjoRi-kadjo eo eṇ.He is expert in the kadjo fishing method.kadjo
EjoEjo kōn bwidej pidodo.It's muddy with soft soil.jo
 Ejo wa eo.The boat floated loose.jo
 Kapen eo ejo rōkeañ ḷọk jila eo im wa eo, ke ekar baj kipeddikdik niñeañ ḷọk, ejaaḷ im kabbwe bōran im jitōñ kapilōñ.The Captain cast the tiller to the south and the boat, which was advancing slowly but steadily to the north, turned downwind P908jaaḷ
EjọEjọ ek eo buḷōn bok.The fish is slipping into the sand.jọ
 Ejọ ri-iakiu raan ko an ri-Nibboñ.He used to be a baseball player during Japanese times.jọ
 Ejọ kijeek eo.The fire has started.jọ
 Ejọ kōn turọñ tok wōt ijeṇ ak rainin ijaje ia.He mostly used to spearfish there but today I don't know where he does.jọ
 Ejọ kōn kilep ak kiiō eaidik.He used to be fat but now he is skinny.jọ
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kadejoKāājin kabwebwe, kāājin ḷatippān, kāājin kadejo, kāājin kaṃōṃō, kāājin kōbwābwe, kāājin ilarak, etc.Names of hooks for specific fish or types of fishing.kāāj
ÑiejoÑiejo eo nājin ṇeThat's his favorite daughter.ñiejo
jejoEtabūṇṇoik(i) tūrak eo im jejo (ejjo) tūrak eo im jejo (ejjo)Salt spray caused the truck to rust.tabūṇṇo
EmmejoEmmejo ṃōkaṇThose houses are far apart.memejo
rejọRej ba ri-aelōñ kein rejọ kōn katok ñan anij raṇ.They say the people of these islands used to offer sacrifice to idols.anij raṇ
 Kōnke wōjḷā ko etto rejọ kōn kōṃṃan jān maañin bōb, rūtto ro rōkōn aikuj āj atro kein lōbboiki bwe ren jab tutu im ṃọḷeḷeBecause the sails of old were made from woven pandanus leaves, our ancestors necessarily had to weave atro for covering their canoe sails to prevent them from getting soaked.lōbbọ
 Ñe rūtto ro rejọ kōn kōṇaan jerakrōk rej jab kajjitōk ippān bar juon.Back then if people wanted to go sailing they didn’t have to ask anyone. P397jọ
ṂwejoṂwejo ej juwaini jemej eṇ an.Ṃwejo is sewing lace on her slip.juwain
LiṃwejoKwaar lo ke an Liṃwejo keeaar iṃwiin?Did you notice Limwejo walking to the lagoon side here?keeaar
ijoAitwōnmejin ḷeo ear alikkar ippān aolep armej ijo.His imminent demise was apparent to everyone who was present.aitwōnmej
 Baj akḷañūṃ ke iḷak tōparḷọk ijo ibbate eok?You're so preemptive when I got there you were already there.akḷañ
 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
 Kapen eo ejibwe ḷaṇtōn eo im bōk lik ḷọk ñan ijo jikin bwe en pojak ñan boñōn eo.The Captain took the lantern and took it to the back of the boat to get ready for nightfall. P531boñ
 Erro bwiden kar kōnono ijo im meḷọkḷọk meram eo ioon lọjet.The two of them were busy talking and forgot about the light. P1131bwiden
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ijọIkar kājekḷọkjeṇ jidik im ḷōmṇaki tok tipñōl ko ijọ kōn uwe ie i Likiep.I was quiet and thinking about the canoes I used to ride on Likiep. P855jọ
 Ijọ kōn tutu ilo naṃ eṇ ikōtaan Jenkā im Ḷōtoonke tōre ko kōmjel jinō im jema kar jokwe im kowainini ilo Jālukra.I used to swim in the salt-water pool that lies between Jenkā and Ḷōtoonke when I went with my parents to make copra at Jālukra wāto (on Emejwa Islet on Likiep).naṃ
kaaijoKwōn kaaijo tok arro.Go look for some kaijo plants for us.aijo
Ri-kaaijoRi-kaaijo eo ṇe tok.The person charged with looking for aijo plants is coming.aijo
ṇaijoAlikkarūṃ ṇaijo ke ij reiwaj wōt im jeḷā ke kwe eo.You looked so obvious that I didn't have any problem noticing you standing there.alikkar
kijōKajjitōk: Kwōj itōk jān ia kako eṇ?; Jān lo mar eṇ; Kwaar et?, Iar eabeb kijō ṃōñāA query: "Whence came that rooster?", "From those boondocks."; "What did you there?", "Scratched for my food.".ebeb
 Jennōbe tok ṃōk jidik kijō iuMake some jennōb for me.jennōb
 Kwōmaroñ ke kōjjebwe raij e kijō?Could you please put some catsup on my rice?kōjjeb
 Letok ṃōk kijō ametōṃaCould you give me some candy?ametōṃa
 Kwōj ja aṃetok ramen e kijō.Please put ham in my ramen.aṃ
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atanijoKoṃwin itok jen atanijo im bwillọke wa e.Come let's work together and launch this boat.atanijo
EjājjōEjājjō ḷeeṇHe isn't easily nauseated.jājjō
kajjoEwōr kein kajjo.I have something to take off rust.kajjo
 Aolep bwilijmāāṇ rej kajjo aḷaḷin deñdeñ.Each policeman had a night stick.aḷaḷ in deñdeñ
 Rar kajjo tok jaki ñan keemem eo.They each brought a mat to the birthday party.jaki
 Aolep kajjoEach person take a breadfruit.kajjo
ri-kajjoTony ej juon iaan ri-kajjo ro an wa eṇ.Tony is one of the men who are taking the rust off the ship.kajjo
RōkajjoRōkajjo ḷọk wōt .Each of them has a breadfruit.kajjo
EjjoEjjo ḷọk wōt tiṃa eṇ jān ṃoktaThe ship is rustier than before.kajjo
 Ejjo.It is rusty!ḷōjo
 Etabūṇṇoik(i) tūrak eo im jejo (ejjo) tūrak eo im jejo (ejjo)Salt spray caused the truck to rust.tabūṇṇo
ejjōEjekkar ñan kain eṇ ejjō.It's not for the squeamish.jejō
jejjoEjjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27bọọk aij
 Eor jejjo ri-Ṃajeḷ Awai.There are a few Marshallese in Hawaii.jejjo
 An jejjo wōt jaṃkat.Not very many people can side-kick.jeṃkat
 An jejjo wōt ṃaanpāThe arts of self-defense are known by but a few.ṃaanpā
 Jejjo wōt armej ilo āneeṇThere are only a few people on that islet.jejjo
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AnjejjoAnjejjo wōt kapen.Few people know navigation.anjejjo
kōjjọJidik wōt an tōñōle batinin kōjjọ eo ak erọọl injin eo im jọ.He just had to lightly press the ignition button and it turned over and started up right away. P447batin
 Ewi kein kōjjọ eo an injin in?Where's the ignition switch for this engine?kein kōjjọ
ṃōjjoEar ṃōjjo em kakūrañ .He hid and startled me.kūrañ
 Ear ṃōjjo jān .He hid from me.ṃōjjo
 Ajri raṇ rej ṃōjjo.The children are playing hide-and-seek.ṃōjjo
peljoAililōkin ḷaro eban peljo.The association of the broken-hearted is easy to detect.aililōk
 Eban peljo bwe ealikkar awetak eṇ an.You can't miss him because of his outstanding part.awetak
 Eban peljo kaabjājeūMy method of tucking things under the arm is obvious.abjāje
 Ri-kaaitoktok nuknuk rōban peljo.One can easily pick out from a crowd those who wear long dresses.aitok
 Ajwewein Joun ñe ej jerbal eban peljo.Jones's whistling while working is one of a kind.ajwewe
epeljoEḷak to an pād Awai, epeljo ippān ri-Boodke raṇ.After living a while in Hawaii he could pass for a Portuguese.peljo
 Epeljo ek ko koṇa ippān ko koṇan.My catch got mixed in with his.peljo
jiṃjọEḷap wōt eṇ jiṃjọ.That's really a huge jiṃjo'jiṃjọ
kajōṃjọRej kajōṃjọ kein ta?What are they hunting for jōṃjo' for?jiṃjọ
anjọIrooj eo eṃōj an bōk anjọ.The chief won the battle.anjọ
 Kōm ar anjọ ioerWe conquered them.anjọ
eanjọḶōttekōḷkōḷ eo nejin eanjọ ilo uñtaak.His heavyweight son won the wrestling contest. ḷōttekōḷkōḷ
kijoñjōAded kijoñjō men eo.That was a great giant clam shell.aded
joonjoEto an joonjo ilo aelōñ in.He has been magistrate of this atoll for a long time.joonjo
 Jikuuḷ ko ilo aelōñ ko ilikin rej pād eoḷapān jikin kwelọk ko, ijo im joonjo ro im aḷap ro rej jokwe ie.Schools on the outer islands are located in the central meeting area, where officials and lineage heads live. S24lik
 Jikuuḷ ko ilo aelōñ ko ilikin rej pād eoḷapān jikin kwelọk ko, ijo im joonjo ro im aḷap ro rej jokwe ie.Schools on the outer islands are located in the central meeting area, where officials and lineage heads live. S24joonjo
 Jikuuḷ ko ilo aelōñ ko ilikin rej pād eoḷapān jikin kwelọk ko, ijo im joonjo ro im aḷap ro rej jokwe ie.Schools on the outer islands are located in the central meeting area, where officials and lineage heads live. S24eoḷōpa-
bōjọEborbore lowaan bōjọ e .There's sand inside my pants pocket.bor
 Ta kaṇe rej kokorkor (ekkorkor) ilo bōjọ ṇe am?What is that jingling in your pocket?kokorkor
 Unin ba men in kōnke ikar lo an rwe bōjọ eo an im kwaḷọk jikka eo kijen im juon mājet.I only knew this because I saw him stick his hand in his pocket and take out a cigarette and a match. P768rore
 Āliktata rupe im likit ṇa ilowaan bōjọ.Finally, break it up and put it in a finely woven basket. S20ruprup
 Āliktata rupe im likit ṇa ilowaan bōjọ.Finally, break it up and put it in a finely woven basket. S20bōjọ
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jojoU eo eṇ ej jojo.The fish trap is already in the sea water.jojo
 Ennọ koububin jojo.Lightly broiled flying fish are delicious.koubub
 Eluwajetḷọk kiiō kōnke eto an jojo iarIt's old and corroded because it's been in the sea for so long.luwajet
 Jojo ṇe ej ṃōttan ro eo jinoin.That chick belongs to the first brood.ro
 Eḷḷap jojo in Mājro jān Arṇo.Flying fish of Majuro are bigger than those of Arno.jojo
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jọjoTa ṇe kwōj jọjo kakeWhat are you using to throw water with.jọjo
 Kwōn kōjerbal booḷ ṇe im jọjo kakeUse the bowl to pour water with.jọjo
kajojoḶōṃaro raṇ rej kajojo.The men are fishing for flying fishjojo
 Ḷadik eo ej kajojo.The boy is looking for chicks.jojo
kājōjōKwōn kōḷaak kājōjō ṇe ewōtlọk.Install that louver which fell off.kājōjō
mājojoÑe ededeḷọk kōjmān ektak im ilju jota mājojo jejeblaakWhen it’s ready, we’ll load up, and tomorrow evening we’ll go for sure. P279mājojo
ṃajōjōEar kanooj ṃajōjō ke raar patōk ṇai laḷ.He was really stunned when they threw him on the ground.ṃajōjō
jejọjọEḷap an jejọjọ (ejjọjọ) likao eo ilo jipij eo an.The young man was very bold in his speech.jejọjọ
Ri-jojoRi-jojo bweọ eo eṇ.He is the one who is soaking the coconut husks.jojo
EjājjōjōEjājjōjō ḷeeṇHe's never nauseated by anything.jājjō
kajjojoJen kajjojo alLet's each of us take turns singing.kajjojo
 Bwilijmāāṇ ro rej kajjojo wajThe police take turns standing guard.waj
 Aolep ej kajjojo ḷọk wōt .Everybody has a breadfruit.kajjo
 Kōjero kajjojo tūraipLet's take turns driving.kajjojo
 Rej kajjojo tulọkThey are taking turns diving.kajjojo
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kajjōjōEkadik kajjōjō an iiōk.He nauseates people with his doings (his mixtures are nauseating).jejō
 Eḷap an kajjōjō oror in piik eṇ.The pig fence is ugly.kajjōjō
EkajjōjōEkajjōjō jerbal kaṇ an.His behavior is revolting.kajjōjō
KokajjōjōKokajjōjō.You're revolting.kajjōjō
KwokajjōjōKwokajjōjō.You are nauseating.jejō
ejjọjọEḷap an jejọjọ (ejjọjọ) likao eo ilo jipij eo an.The young man was very bold in his speech.jejọjọ
 Ejjọjọ kain ek rot ṇeThat kind of fish always slips into the sand.jọ
 Ejjọjọ injin eṇ.That engine is easy to start.jọ
jejjojoEor jejjojo ri-Ṃajeḷ Awai.There are Marshallese scattered throughout Hawaii.jejjo
aojọjọTōū eo uweo ej aojọjọ niñaḷọk imejān ātātThe mackerel is over there swimming northward in a frenzy.aojọjọ
 Io ña, iḷak baj jeparujruj im rōre lọk ilo tōlien pako rej idepdep ippān doon im aojọjọ ipeḷaakin ijo wa eo ej pepepe ie.I got really excited, too, when I looked out and saw a huge group of sharks swimming in a frenzy around the area where our boat was floating. P998aojọjọ
 Baruun ṃọle eo eṇ ej aojọjọ itōrerein wōd eṇ.The school of rabbit fish is in a frenzy at the reef's edge.aojọjọ
kōbbōjọjoEj kōbbōjọjo jikkaHe carries cigarettes in his pockets.bōjọ
reeojojoElōñ koṇan ḷōṃaro reeojojo iaarThe men caught lots of fish at the lagoon using the eojojo method.eojojo
ri-eojojoAlfred ej juon iaan ri-eojojo ro jota.Alfred is one of the the men who went fishing with the eojojo method last night.eojojo
aujọjọEk rot eṇ ej aujọjọ ijjuweoWhat kind of fish is that stirring up the water over there?aujọjọ
EbbaūjōjōEbbaūjōjō wōt ṇe eṃṃaan.That man is always laughing.baūjō
KōjọKōjọ injin ṇeCrank up the engine.jọ
 Jema eto laḷ ḷọk im kōjọ injin eo ke ṃōttan kar joñoul ḷalem minit ñan jiljino awa.Father went down into the engine room and started the engine since it was twenty-five minutes before 6 o’clock. P446ṃōtta-
 Ḷōṃaro raar it bwe ejjeḷọk mājet ñan aer kōjọ juon kijeek.The men made fire by rubbing sticks together, since they didn't have matches to start the fire.it
 Kwōn it mājet ṇe im kōjọ kijeek ṇeYou should strike a match and light the fire.it
 Kōṃro naaj Bojin pukōt waj eok dedeḷọkin aṃro kōjọ im likbade injin e.”The Boatswain and I will come and find you when we have finished starting and testing the engine.” P281kōṃro
EḷōjoEḷōjo bọtinHis nose is bleeding.ḷōjo
ṃojoErup ṃojo eo an.His appendix is ruptured.ṃojo
ṇojọEḷap an ṇojọ wa eṇ.That boat makes a lot of bow spray.ṇojọ
ūjōTa ṇe kwōj ūjō kake? What are you grinning about?kake
 Eṃōj ṇe aṃ ūjō.Stop grinning.ūjō
 Taṇe kwōj ūjō kakeWhat are you grinning about?ūjō
 Ear ūjō tok ñan .She grinned at me.ūjō
baūjōEbar baūjō kōn an tab.He's giddy again from drinking.baūjō
EbaūjōEbaūjō wōt ṇe kōrā.I've never seen a woman who is always laughing like her.baūjō
joujoUraak tok joujo iturūMove here close to me.uraak
 Kwōn jijet tok joujo.Sit down right here.joujo
jebkwanwūjọJibwe tok ṃōk jebkwanwūjọ eo ilo pāāntōre ṇeCould you hand me the coconut oil from the pantry?jebkwanwūjọ
koRaenōṃṃanḷọk ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.They're more peaceful on the outer islands.aenōṃṃan
 Eḷap an kar kumi in iakiu ko aitwerōk.The baseball teams had a highly disputed game.aitwerōk
 Ajorṃaanin iien ko an Lōtañūr.It's a huge fish that's been around since the days of the legendary Lōktañūr (who invented the sail).ajorṃaan
 Allōñin wōt ko kein.These are the rainy months.allōñ
 Ej alluwaḷọke an jentoki ko juñaidi im buuk doon.From a distance he's watching the fighter planes engaging in a spectacular dogfight.alluwaḷọk
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kọEar kōmmour kọ boñ.She gave birth to a fetus last night.kọ
akōIññā akō wōn enaaj kōnono ñan kōj?Yes, but who'll speak out for us?akō
 Iar idaak akō iar jab kadek.I drank but did not get drunk.akō
 Akō?But what?akō
 Akō kweHow about you?akō
kaakoEj 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
jakoEnañin aloklok ke bao eo ear jako.Have you seen that lost chicken?aloklok
 Bōlen kwōn atade bwe en jab jako kāāj ṇeMaybe you should use a wire leader so you won't lose the hookatad
 Iar kōttar eok ak kwaar jab itok. Baj ke iar iwōj ak kwaar jako.I waited for you and you didn't show up. In fact, I had come and you were not there.baj ke
 Ebbūrarrar ḷam jako ijeṇeThat area there by you is all smeary.būrar
 Raar iiaieo ippān doon ālikin aer jako jān doon iuṃwin elōñ iiō.They had a reunion after many years of absence from one another.iiāio
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EjakoEjako aewanlikin aelōñ kein ad ro.The expert fishermen that we once had in our islands are all gone.aewanlik
 Ejako bọọr eo boran bato e.The bottle's cork is missing.bọọr
 Raar jeplōklōk im pukot ajiri eo ejako.They spread out to look for the missing child.jeplōklōk
 Ejako jiipkako eo .I lost my wallet.jiipkako
 Kattūkat wōt bwe ejako ejeṃḷọkDo your best for it's almost over.kattūkat
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rejakoRi-ainbat piik ro rejako.Those responsible for boiling the pork are not here.ainbat
ijakoKwōnāj lale ṃōṇe ṃōrro ñe ijako.You'll manage our house when I'm gone.lale
EabḷajtiiñḷamjakoEabḷajtiiñḷamjako likin ṃweo iṃōn.The ocean side of his land had a lot of abḷajtiñ plants.abḷajtiiñ
KwōjakoKwōjako jān an bok keem eo.You missed the part when the contest reached a climax.bok
kakoKajjitōk: Kwōj itōk jān ia kako eṇ?; Jān lo mar eṇ; Kwaar et?, Iar eabeb kijō ṃōñāA query: "Whence came that rooster?", "From those boondocks."; "What did you there?", "Scratched for my food.".ebeb
 Kako eṇ ej kāineik lọlọ eṇ.The rooster is covering the hen.ine
 Kako eo ejebwiji kako eo juon.The rooster kicked (spurred) the other rooster.jebwij
 Kako eo ejebwiji kako eo juon.The rooster kicked (spurred) the other rooster.jebwij
 Ej (ik)kūr kako eṇThat rooster is crowing.kūkūr
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jiipkakoEj jiipkako ilo wa eṇ.He's the supercargo on the ship.jiipkako
 Ejako jiipkako eo .I lost my wallet.jiipkako
 Juon eo eliktake jiipkako eo an.Someone snatched his wallet.liktak
pakoEaṃaṃ pako.Something's attracting the sharks.aṃaṃ
 Pako eo eṇ eṃōj dibdibōje.The shark has been speared many times.debdeb
 Lukkuun depdep in pako men eṇ.That's a very huge shark.depdep
 Ij jañin kar lelolo pako dettaer de eo ilo mour e .I had never seen that many sharks in my whole life. P1004detta-
 Juon eo baj pako tiltil iaer ejaad alikkar an lāj jān aolep bwe ñe ej ikueaak ikōtaan pako ko jet, aolep im ewweaea ḷọkIt was obvious that one of the spotted sharks was fiercer than the rest because whenever it swam back and forth between the other sharks, they would all swim away. P1003ikueaak
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Ri-anjin-pakoRi-anjin-pako eHe's an expert at keeping the sharks at bay.anjin-pako
EkoEko tok kilū ñe ij ellolo aḷkita.Seeing an alligator gives me the creeps.aḷkita
 Eḷak būbtūkḷọk (ibbūtūkḷọk) kinej eo eko.She took off when blood gushed from the wound.būbtūktūk
 Bao eo eko ñan bukun wōjke ko.The chicken ran to the forest.bukun
 Eko juon ri-kalbuuj.A prisoner has flown the coop.ko
 Ruokjānḷañ eo eko.The killer escaped.okjānḷañ
MiekoEḷap an lelāle (ellāle) Mieko KwiinThe MIECO QUEEN always rolls.lelāle
 Eor nien ittūt in wia Mieko.There are bras for sale at MIECO.nine
 Wōpet ej waj Mieko.Obet is a watchman at MIECO.waj
ijekoEṃōj etale ijeko ear etal ie ḷọkThe places where he went have been investigated.ijeko
alekọEj kajjioñ alekọ ke ej ja wōr jidik meram.He's trying to locate the birds' roost while there's still some light left.alekọ
ri-alekọEwi ri-alekọ eoWhere's the bird roost watcher/locator?alekọ
EjerajkoEjerajko aebōj eṇ.That cistern has been bleached (to sanitize it).jerajko
Ri-jerajkoRi-jerajko ro eṃōj aer jerajkoik aebōj eṇ.Those who are responsible for putting bleach in the cistern have already done so.jerajko
mejkoJọọn eñak ta eo en ba kōn an mejko kake Jemej ke ear buñ.John didn't know what to say, being so embarrassed for James when he (James) fell down.mejko
 Jọọn eñak ta eo en ba kōn an mejko kake Jemej ke ear buñ.John didn’t know what to say because of his embarassment for James when he fell.kōn
ImejkoImejko kōn kijek ṇe aṃ.Your fire is blinding me.mejko
jokkoJab eḷḷọk ñan jokko ṇe bwe ejjaad bwebwe.Don't let the tramp bother you as he is a bit crazy.jokko
EaiṇokkoEaiṇokko ḷọk jān ledik eṇ jein.He's more light complexioned than his older sister.aiṇokko
 Eaiṇokko kōnke nejin ri-pālle.He's light skinned because his father is a white American.aiṇokko
 Eaiṇokko kōnke nejin ri-pālle.He's light skinned because his father is a white American.kōnke
ṃukkoPaḷōji ṃweiuk kaṇe bwe ren ṃukko.Put the merchandise on the pallet so we may winch them up.paḷōt
 Dodoor laḷḷọk ṃukko ṇeLet the cargo net down carefully.dedoor
añkōKajouk añkō ṇeCast the anchor loose.jo
 Kajjioñ in kakijeke añkō ṇeTry to make that anchor fast.kijek
 Ekilōk ke añkō ṇeIs the anchor fastened?kilōk
 Kajjioñ kakilōke añkō ṇeTry to make that anchor fast.kilōk
 Peauti añkō ṇePay out the rope for the anchor.peaut
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jiṃañkoJuon eṇ ñiū jiṃañko.I have a jiṃañkojiṃañko
penkōEajet penkō ṇeThat vinegar has already become acid.ajet
 Eajete penkō ṇeThat vinegar is acidic.ajet
 Ñe eto ḷọk wōt an pād jimañūñ eo enaaj erom penkō.If it stands longer as jimañūñ, it will become vinegar. S19ñe
 Ñe eto ḷọk wōt an pād jimañūñ eo enaaj erom penkō.If it stands longer as jimañūñ, it will become vinegar. S19penkō
JokoJoko eṇ ej joko in raij wōt.That warehouse is for rice only.joko
 Joko eṇ ej joko in raij wōt.That warehouse is for rice only.joko
 Eṃōj kanne joko eo kōn raij.The warehouse has been filled with rice.joko
IjokoIjoko raar kakkuri ilo pata eo rej pād wōt jenkwāer.The traces of what they destroyed during the war were still there.ijeko
 Kwōn kōpeḷaak jar kaṇe wōj ṇa ijoko jikiierHave all those groups assemble at their respective places.peḷaak
 Kwōj ememej ke ijoko jaar pād ie Amedka?Do you remember the places we visited in America?ijoko
 Ekar unoke im kōkāāle ijoko ekar wōr kurar bajjek ie ke ri-pālle ro rōkōn leāne lemeto jeḷaan tima ko waer eake.He painted it and fixed the places where there were scratches from when they used to use the boat to set sailors ashore. P13leāne-lemeto
 Pikinni im Ānewetak rej ijoko Amedka ear teej baaṃ ie.Bikini and Einiwetok are where America tested bombs. S1teej
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kokoKwōj idaak ke koko?Would you like to drink chocolate?koko
 Epen kōmour koko.This skin disease (koko) is hard to cure.koko
 Jero nini koko.Let's share this coconut.koko
 Wa koko ijekokoThose are the ships over there.ijekoko
jejakokoKwōn jab jejakoko (ejjakoko) jān aṃ jerbal.Don't be absent from your job so often.jako
 Ia ṇe kwaar jejakoko (ejjakoko) ieWhere have you been that I haven't seen you for so long?jako
ejjakokoKwōn jab jejakoko (ejjakoko) jān aṃ jerbal.Don't be absent from your job so often.jako
 Ia ṇe kwaar jejakoko (ejjakoko) ieWhere have you been that I haven't seen you for so long?jako
kōjjakokoLale kwaar kōjjakoko bwe jenaaj aikuji eok.Don't disappear because we might need you.jako
ṃakokoKwōn jab ṃakoko in jikuuḷ.Don't refuse to go to school.ṃakoko
 Kwōn jab kaabōbbōb bwe unin an naaj ṃakoko ṇeYou shouldn't persist cause it's turning her off.abōbbōb
 Kwōn jab albakbōkin ṃakoko.Don't show your unwillingness to carry things tucked under the arm by doing it sloppily.albakbōk
EṃakokoEṃakoko in kọọjoj.He doesn't want to use a blanket.kọọjoj
jeṃakokoEj 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
addiṃakokoJema ekar kate wōt ak elukkuun alikkar an dedodo im addiṃakoko.Father was doing his best to persevere but it was obvious that he was growing hopeless and uneasy. P1027addiṃakoko
 Eḷap addiṃakoko rainin im iabwin jerbal.I'm sluggish today and don't feel like working.addiṃakoko
 Jema ekar kate wōt ak elukkuun alikkar an dedodo im addiṃakoko.Father was doing his best to persevere but it was obvious that he was growing hopeless and uneasy. P1027dedo
kwoṃakokoEtke kwoṃakoko in kaaluje ippam"?Why don't you want to take her with you to the movies?alwōj
pepakokoEkkar ñan bwebwenato, elukkuun pepakoko lowaan to in.As the story goes, this pass is teeming with sharks. P1321pako
eppakokoJema e, etke eppakoko ijin?” ikar kate im kajjitōk.Father, why are there so many sharks out there?” I braced myself and asked. P1005pako
ijekokoWa koko ijekoko.Those are the ships over there.ijekoko
EttaikōkōEttaikōkō buḷōn mar in Abdika.There are tigers all over the African jungles.taikō
ninikokoItok kōjeañ ninikoko.Come let's eat and drink.ninikoko
EjjerajkokoEjjerajkoko jo ear kwaḷkoḷ ie.There was bleach all over the place where she washed clothes.jerajko
EmmaḷkokoEmmaḷkoko kooḷan bōran ri-Jaina.Lots of Chinese have straight hair.maḷko
EjjepkọkọEjjepkọkọ lowaan ṃwiinThere are lots of floor mats in this house. This house smells of floor mats.jepkọ
EkkarkokoEkkarkoko ānbwinninHe has lots of fungi under his skin.karko
ErkokoErkoko, bao ko kwōj pukoti.Right over there are those chickens you're looking for.erkoko
attūkokoKwōn jab attūkoko bwe enaaj metak lọjieṃ.Don't eat scraps or you will get a stomach ache.attūkoko
ṃōkoKōdọ eo ekaelor ṃōko.The cloud cast a shadow over the homes.aelor
 Raar ekkeitaake kōtaan ṃōko.They connected the houses.ekkeitaak
 Ejenolọk jān ṃōko jetIt was isolated from the rest of the houses.jenolọk
 Elōñ ṃuriniej eṃōj aer jorrāān ak jako jān wōt an armej in āneo kar aikuj jikin aer kalōki ṃōko iṃweer ie.A good number of traditional landmarks have been damaged or have disappeared altogether due to the need for the people to build their homes.ṃuriniej
iṃokoEjakkutkutḷọk iṃoko ilo ān eo juon.The houses on the other island are farther apartjọkkutkut
 Ejakkutkut iṃoko ianeoThe houses on the island are not close together.jọkkutkut
EkajjookoEkajjooko ñe ej kadek.He has shameful behavior whenever he gets drunk.kajjookok
rōkoRi-kaaerār ro rōko.The ruddy turnstone trappers escaped.aerār
erkoWa ko erko ilo aba eo rej añkō.The boats were there at the anchorage/harbor.erko
 Erko nuknuk aṃ kwōj pukoti.Here are your clothes you've been looking for.erko
 Erko bok ko aṃ ko.Here are your books.erko
IrkoIrko bok ko aṃ ko.Here are your books.irko
loKwōn ajādik ḷọk bwe ren jab lo eok.Walk away slowly so they don't notice you.ajādik
 Kwōn ajjādikdik ḷọk bwe ren jab lo eok.Walk away very softly and slowly so they don't notice you.ajādik
 Jide im anilen bwe jen bar lo doon.It's lucky and our fate to see each other again.anilen
 Iñak ñāāt wōt eo ekar lo animrokaṃro ilowaan iaḷ eo, kab etke ejeḷā ke kōṃro ej jibadek ḷọk ṃweoI don’t know when he saw a glimpse of us on the road, and why he knew we were trying to reach the house. P227animroka-
 Lo 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-
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ḷoBaḷuun eṇ eḷap an ḷo ej.The plane is too high.ej
 Ḷo eo ekotak Likabwiro im bar lelaḷ ḷọkA wave lifted up the Likabwiro and then let it down again. P520le-
aḷoIwōj bwe ij baj aḷo waj wōt.Go ahead because I'm coming later.aḷo
 Kajjioñ kate eok bwe en jako aṃ aḷo.Try hard not to be coming in late.aḷo
IaḷoIaḷo.I'm late.aḷo
 Ear pikinni kōn juon nuknuk iaḷo tiltilShe wore a yellow polka dot bikini.tiltil
EiiaḷoEiiaḷo ḷọk ṃweeṇ jān ṃōe iṃō.That house is more yellowish than my house.iaḷo
Ri-aḷoRi-aḷo rej naaj jerata wōt.Those who're late will always miss out.aḷo
kooḷaḷoJab kātōk eok bwe kooḷaḷo.Don't assert yourself for you are a weakling.kātōk
kọuḷaḷoJab bōktok kọuḷaḷo bwe enāj kōkọuḷaḷoḷo (ekkọuḷaḷoḷo) ṃwiinDon't bring spiders to this house or it will be crawling with them.kauḷaḷo
ṃaḷoAkadik eo waan Ānti eṇ ej ejjerakrōk ilo ṃaḷo.Andy's new outrigger canoe is sailing in the lagoon.akadik
 Eakajini ṃaḷo ṇeThe whole lagoon is teeming with akajin fish.akajin
loṃaḷoEbarāinwōt 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
pāloEḷap an lio pālo kōn ajri ro nājin.She is worn out from taking care of her children.pālo
EloElo bwe rōkajooke.He was disenchanted when they rejected him.lo
 Jema elo kain eo im kōnono tok.When Father saw me do this he called over to me. P815tok
 Elo animroka im ko.He caught sight of me and took off.animroka-
 Jema elo miroū im jeeaḷe ḷọk ñan ippān.As soon as Father got a glimpse of me he made a gesture with his hand for me to come toward him. P581jeeaaḷ
 Ḷōṃa e, jemān jaajmi,” Kapen eo ekar ba ke elo an dedeḷọk an Bojin eo jiḷait.Hey guys, let’s eat sashimi,” the Captain said when he saw the Boatswain was done slicing it up. P1329jiḷait
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jeloEj 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
 Ij ḷōmṇak ilju jibboñtata jelo ān eo.I think we’ll spot the island early tomorrow morning. P843lelo
jeḷoÑe ej or jeḷo, aolep rej kōkkeilọk.When a boat is sighted the islanders all shout.kōkkeilọk
kajeḷoRej kajeḷo.They are looking for grasshoppers.jeḷo
ejeḷoRej laṃōj im ba ejeḷo.They are shouting and saying 'sail ho'.jeḷo
 Jen wōnarḷọk bwe ejeḷo.Let's go to the beach because there's a ship coming in.jeḷo
 Ejjeikik ri-āneo ke ejeḷo.The island populace were agitated by the sighting of a sail.jejeikik
leloJabdewōt iien kwōj lelo (ello) kōjwad, kwōn jeḷā bwe eor ek ippāer.Anytime you see a flock of birds on the ocean, you must know that there are fish with it.kōjwad
 Kwōnañin lelo (ello) ke aṃ peen?Haven't you found yourself a pen yet?lelo
meḷọEṃṃan ad meḷọ ṇa inin.We have a good existence on this islet.meḷọ
memeḷoEḷap an memeḷo (emmeḷo) kōtaan ni .These coconut trees are widely spaced.memeḷo
emmeḷoEḷap an memeḷo (emmeḷo) kōtaan ni .These coconut trees are widely spaced.memeḷo
 Emmeḷo niin wāto in.The coconut trees on this tract are far apart.memeḷo
peḷoKwōn pukot juon peḷo ṇe aṃ.Pick on your peer.peḷo
ReloRelo ijo ej kūttiliek ie jān wōt aloklokin.He was discovered because he exposed himself.aloklok
iloEban jab jeraaṃṃan ad eọñōd ilo aejekin ibwijtok.We're bound to be lucky when we fish with a surrounding net on a dark night with the tide coming in.aejek
 Raenōṃṃanḷọk ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.They're more peaceful on the outer islands.aenōṃṃan
 Aerār in jeṃjerā ilo ṃoolTouching shoulders in true friendship.aerār
 Rej ba eaiji ioon dān ilo North Pole aolep iien.It is said that there is always ice on the water at the North Pole.aij
 Alebabuier ekōṃṃan bwe ren jab teru ilo jerbal eo.Their tendency to always be laid-back prevented them from landing the job.alebabu
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jiloKwōnañin jeṃōnnaik ke jilo ṇeHave you clubbed the white tuna fish?jeṃōnna
kajiloRej kajilo.They are fishing for jilojilo
Ri-kajiloRi-kajilo.Men who are fishing for jilojilo
piloEj tōtaorak (ettaorak) wōt meja jān ke iar pilo.It has felt gritty under my eyelids since I got the eye disease.tōtaorak
 Jab kalimjek aḷ bwe kwonaaj pilo.Don't stare at the sun because it will blind you.aḷ
 Ḷōṃare kōn ad bwijwōḷāḷọk jejino pilo,” eba.Fellas, because we are getting older we are starting to lose our vision,” the Captain said. P1245bwijwoḷā
epiloḶeo epilo ej jatoḷ kōn aḷaḷ eo ilo an etetal.The blind man is using the stick find his way as he walks.jatoḷ
IpiloIpilo.I am blind.pilo
alloEn baj to wōt aṃ allo?Why is it taking you so long to do your searching?allo
 Eṇeo iar lo an allo waj ijjieṇ waj.I last saw him looking for something in that direction.allo
 Ear baj allo wōt jān ke ear ḷotakHe's a born stutterer.allo
ealloIj jab kannooj meḷeḷe an kōnnaan bwe eallo.I can't quite understand what he says because he stammers.allo
 Joñan an wiwijet eallo an kōnnaan.He was so agitated he was tongue-tied.allo
ri-alloEj jab ri-allo men eṇ.He's not a good searcher.allo
ejalloḶeo ejallo eṇThat man can't see well.jāllo
Ri-jālloRi-jāllo eo eṇ kwaar kōjerbale bwe en pukot tok bọọḷ eo.You sent the man who can't see well to find the ball.jāllo
kaikalloRej kaikallo mọọrin kabwebwe.They are fishing for kaikallo as bait for tuna.ikallo
elloJabdewōt iien kwōj lelo (ello) kōjwad, kwōn jeḷā bwe eor ek ippāer.Anytime you see a flock of birds on the ocean, you must know that there are fish with it.kōjwad
 Kwōnañin lelo (ello) ke aṃ peen?Haven't you found yourself a pen yet?lelo
EjjeḷḷoEjjeḷḷo ḷọk āneuweo jān āniinThere are more grasshopper on that island than this island.jeḷo
KwōlloKwōllo ke jikka?Did you get any cigarettes?lelo
 Kwōn ṃōk bar tallōñ im lale kwōllo ke āne i ṃaan,” ekar ba.Climb up and see if you spot land up ahead,” he said. P915tallōñ
kaṃḷoÑe rej kaṃḷo ñan eok kwōj aikuj kabbōjrak.When you are being honored at a feast, you should give away little presents to show your appreciation.kabbōjrak
EtiemloEtiemlo wōt lieṇ.She is the talk of the town.tiemlo
joḷọTa unin aṃ joḷọ mar ṇe im kōjermatmat ṃōṇe ñan kōto in?Why did you clean up the bushes and expose the house to the wind?jejedmatmat
loloAolep iien kwōj eaklepi lolo kaṇe im ṃool ke kwe kwōj juon ri-eaklep.You always rob the hens of their eggs and it's true that you are an egg robber.eaklep
 Kanooj waji lolo kaṇe rej lik bwe emoottok ri-eaklep eo.Watch out now because the robber has arrived.eaklep
lọlọKako eṇ ej kāineik lọlọ eṇThe rooster is covering the hen.ine
 Etōbōb lọlọ eṇ kijen.He has a nice and fat chicken.tōbōb
 Jendik wōt lọlọ kaṇe nejiṃ.Your hens are all young chickens.jendik
 Elōñ nejin lọlọ eo jojo.The hen has lots of chicks.jojo
ḷōḷōRej kōṃṃan idin ḷōḷō jān maañ.Weaving strands are made of pandanus leaves.id
 Liṃaro raṇ rej ḷōḷō.Those women are making leis.ḷōḷō
 Kwōn ḷōḷō albok bwe ren ḷak bōbōl (ebbōl) ekoṇ mejān ut ṇe utūṃ.Make a garland with buds so when they bloom they'll fit closer together.albok
EiaḷoḷoEiaḷoḷo mejān nuknuk eo an.Her dress is yellowish.iaḷo
kalōlōKwōn kalōlō.Stand on your head.lōlō
ekkọuḷaḷoḷoJab bōktok kọuḷaḷo bwe enāj kōkọuḷaḷoḷo (ekkọuḷaḷoḷo) ṃwiinDon't bring spiders to this house or it will be crawling with them.kauḷaḷo
kōkọuḷaḷoḷoJab bōktok kọuḷaḷo bwe enāj kōkọuḷaḷoḷo (ekkọuḷaḷoḷo) ṃwiinDon't bring spiders to this house or it will be crawling with them.kauḷaḷo
ElōlōElōlō neen ilo dila eo.He stepped on a nail.lōlō
kajjeḷoḷoRej ilọk ñan lik in kajjeḷoḷo.They are going to the ocean side to look for coming ships.jeḷo
 Jeañ lọk in kajjeḷoḷo.Let's go see if there's a boat coming. We're going to see if there's a boat coming.jeḷo
EjjeḷoḷoEjjeḷoḷo āninThere are lots of grasshoppers on this island.jeḷo
 Ejjeḷoḷo MājroThere are always boats arriving in Majuro.jeḷo
leloloIj jañin kar lelolo pako dettaer de eo ilo mour e .I had never seen that many sharks in my whole life. P1004detta-
 Ij jañin kar lelolo (ellolo) boñ āinwōt in an diboñ.I've never seen such a dark night as this.diboñ
 Ij jain kar lelolo (ellolo) kōkkauu āinwōt e.I never saw a greater begger for food than he is.kōkkau
 Lieṇ ej bar lelolo (ellolo).She's unfaithful to her husband.lelo
 Joñan an meram jemaroñ kar lelolo ḷoñ ñe ekar or ej tōtōbalbal ioon wa eo.It was so bright we could have seen if there was an ant crawling on the boat. P942tōbalbal
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bukwelōlōKwōn bukwelōlō em jar.Kneel and pray.bukwelōlō
 Rej bukwelōlō im jar.They are kneeling and praying.bukwelōlō
pijḷōḷōKwōj jab ṃōk in pijḷōḷō keAren't you tired of squatting?pijḷeḷe
alloloEj juon armej eo ej jab allolo.He's a person who doesn't circulate.allolo
 Ejeja aṃ allolo.You rarely go around.allolo
ri-alloloJab eḷḷọk ñane bwe ri-allolo.Don't mind him because he's a roamer.allolo
elloloEko tok kilū ñe ij ellolo aḷkitaSeeing an alligator gives me the creeps.aḷkita
 Ij jañin kar lelolo (ellolo) boñ āinwōt in an diboñ.I've never seen such a dark night as this.diboñ
 Ij jain kar lelolo (ellolo) kōkkauu āinwōt e.I never saw a greater begger for food than he is.kōkkau
 Lieṇ ej bar lelolo (ellolo).She's unfaithful to her husband.lelo
 Ellolo ḷeen riiṃ.Your husband has a lover everywhere he goes.lelolo
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EkkōḷoḷoEkkōḷoḷo.She's mad.kōḷo
 Koṃwin pinniki kumi eṇ ad bwe ren kōkōḷoḷo (ekkōḷoḷo) im wiin.You must cheer our team so they can be enthused toward winning.pinnik
kōkōḷoḷoKoṃwin pinniki kumi eṇ ad bwe ren kōkōḷoḷo (ekkōḷoḷo) im wiin.You must cheer our team so they can be enthused toward winning.pinnik
EkkaṃōḷoḷoEkkaṃōḷoḷo ri-ṂajeḷMarshallese are always having parties.kaṃōḷo
aeṃōḷoḷoEḷap an aeṃōḷoḷo mejatoto in jota.The air is very cool in the evening.aeṃōḷoḷo
 Epaak an kwōj bwe ejjino aeṃōḷoḷo.It'll freeze soon for it's beginning to get cool.aeṃōḷoḷo
EaeṃōḷoḷoEaeṃōḷoḷo tata iuṃwin Alele.The coolest spot is under the Alele Museum.aeṃōḷoḷo
 Eaeṃōḷoḷo tok jān rear.The cool air is coming from the east.aeṃōḷoḷo
eṃṃōḷoḷoEṃṃan an ṃōṃōḷoḷo (eṃṃōḷoḷo) iarin āninIt's nice that the whole lagoon side of this islet is cool.ṃōḷo
KwaeṃṃōḷoḷoKwaeṃṃōḷoḷo ḷọk ṇa ijin jān ñe kwōnaaj etal eañ ṃweeṇYou're cooler here than if you went into the house.aeṃōḷoḷo
ṃōṃōḷoḷoEṃṃan an ṃōṃōḷoḷo (eṃṃōḷoḷo) iarin āninIt's nice that the whole lagoon side of this islet is cool.ṃōḷo
EaploloEaplolo an jipij.The speech he made was slurred from beginning to end.aplo
 Eaplolo jipij eo an.The speech he composed was such that it was slurred no matter who read it.aplo
EkkaploloEkkaplolo niñniñ eṇ.That baby is always slobbering.kaplo
ṃoḷoBwōlen kōto ṃoḷo ṇe ioon lọmeto ej kōṃṃan bwe piọ in eppānene en jab ekkañin wōt piọ in ioon lọmeto.Perhaps the cold sea breeze is the reason land-based chill is not as biting as the ocean one.eppānene
ṃōḷoEj jab daan ṃōḷo.It's not very cold.daan
 Ṃōḷo in ekāebebe .This cool weather makes me shiver.ebeb
 "Jenaaj aikuj kōpelaḷ ḷọk ṃōñā kein kijed kōn aebōj ṃōḷo bwe enana lañ ñan kōmat," Bojin eo eba."We'll just have to wash our food down with fresh water since the weather is not good for cooking," the Boatswain said. P804pepepe
kaṃōḷoKoṃwin kōppojak bwe ejako iien kaṃōḷo.Get ready because it's almost time for the party.kaṃōḷo
 Etan men jab in: kaṃōḷo.The name of this sort of festivity: Kaṃōḷomaking cool’. S4kaṃōḷo
 Rej kaṃōḷo wōt ñan ruwamāejet kab irooj, ñe ej wōr keemem, kab ñe ewōr ri-lotok.Only newcomers and chiefs are honored in this way, or if there is a first birthday, or if there are visitors. S4lo-
eṃṃōḷōTa eṇ ri-mweeṇ rej eṃṃōḷō kakeWhat are the people in that household so excited about?eṃṃōḷō
 Eṃṃōḷō armejin aelōñ eo ke rej roñ ke enāj itok.The people of the atoll got excited when they heard he was coming.eṃṃōḷō
rōloKiiō 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
kwōloEtalpeete ṃōk lik ṇe im lale kwōlo ke ṃọle eo.How about taking a walk over the ocean side reef and see if you locate the school of ṃọleetalpeet
 Kwōlo ke (i)kōk eo?Did you find the crack?kōk
 Ij wōnāne ḷọk kiin ak ñe kwōlo ḷeo juon kab jiroñ ḷọkI’m going to the island now, but when you see him, please tell him. P109jiroñ
 Kajjioñ ṃōk wanlōñ ḷe, Bojin, im lale ta kwōlo i ṃaan,” Jema ekar ba ñaneTry climbing up on top of the mast, Mr. Boatswain, and if you can see anything up ahead,” Father told him. P1190kajjioñ
atloEḷap an kajoor atlo in ḷeeṇHe can enchant people with his words.atlo
moKwōn kejjerwawaik kinej ṇe peiṃ bwe en mo ṃōkajYou should expose the wound on your hand so it can heal faster.jejedwawa
 Ānin ej ṃōttan mo ko an irooj raṇ ilo aelōñ in.This islet is one of those restricted to the Irooj clan only.mo
ṃōJoñan an kar ḷokwanwaik tok aeḷōñ kein ke ear pād ijekaṇ eḷak rọọltok elukkuun ṃō.He was so homesick for the Marshalls while he was abroad that when he returned he was really skinny.ḷokwanwa
mamoKwōmaroñ ke kāājrabōle tok juon mọọrū mamo?Could you hook me a sardine for bait?kāājrabōl
iNaṃoEjeparujruj armej ñe ej iien jibadede iNaṃo.People on Namu get excited when they prepare to catch flying fish there.jibadede
ri-NaṃoAnidepin ri-Naṃo ekōppaḷpaḷThe kickball techniques of the men from Naṃo is spectacular.anidep
EmoEmo bakke eo neō.The sore on my leg is healed.mo
EmōEmō jiiñlij e .My T-shirt is stretchy.
EmọEmọ kōbaatat (i) ṃwiinNo smoking (in this building).baatat
 Kwōn jab kōjelbabō im kadek bwe emọ aṃ kadek.Don't disobey and get drunk, because it's forbidden for you to get drunk.kōjelbabō
 Emọ ḷe eoon eṃ ānin bwe rōnaaj leṃadeik eok.It's forbidden to gather food on another's property on this island under the risk of getting speared.ḷe eoon eṃ
 Emọ an jabdewōt armej deḷọñ.It is forbidden for any person to enter.mọ
 Emọ an jabdewōt armej etal ñan Kuwajleen.No one is permitted to go to Kwajalein.mọ
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JemọEḷae 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
 Bōdin wūnen Jemọ meninThis is turtle shell from Jemọbōd
 Ekkarōkrōk arin Jemọ.Jemo's shores are always full of turtle nests.karōk
 Jemọ, Pikaar, Tōke, im Ādkup rej jet iaan ḷārooj ko ilo aelōñin ṂajeḷJemo, Bikar, Taka, and Erikub are some of the islands in the Marshalls reserved for chiefs strictly for food-gathering purposes.ḷārooj
 Eaiki tata likin Jemọ.The ocean side of Jemọ island is littered the most with driftwood.aik
memōEnana memō (emmō) ilo wūntōōn ṃōn armej.It's not good to look into people's windows.
iṃōEor juon iṃō eṃI have a house.or
 Inaaj pirōke ṃweeṇ iṃō.I'll build my house using cement blocks.pirōk
 Inaaj akadik ṃwe iṃō juon raan.One day I'll build a new house out of my current one.akadik
 Eiiaḷo ḷọk ṃweeṇ jān ṃōe iṃō.That house is more yellowish than my house.iaḷo
 Jen iiaieo ḷọk ñan ṃweeṇ iṃō.Let's get together and head on to my house.iiāio
LimoLimo eo raan kein ṇeThat's the current fad.limo
limōEor liṃō (limō) koḷaI have some coke.lime-
liṃōEḷap an kar liṃō ke ej roñ ke emej jemān.He wept loudly when he heard his father had died.liṃō
 Kwōmaroñ ke ḷatōḷe tok jidik liṃō aebōjCould you pour me some water with the ladle?ḷatōḷ
 Ṇoojtok juon liṃō piaSneak in a beer for me.ṇōṇooj
 Tōteiñ (Etteiñ) tok ṃōk liṃō dān ilo pijja ṇeWould you give me a drink of water from the pitcher?pijja
 Ḷak ke eṃōj aerjel tōteiñ limeer, ibaj jibwe tok juon kab im tōteiñ liṃō jān tibat eo.Once they had all gotten something to drink, I got a cup and filled it from the teapot. P964tōteiñ
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itok-limoAolep raar kwaḷọk aer itok-limo in jipañ ri-nañinmej ro.Everyone showed enthusiasm for helping the sick.itok-limoin
ri-itok-limoAolep ri-itok-limo ro ilo jipañ ri-nañinmej raar bwikilọk jipañ ko aer ñan aujpitōḷ. [Aolep ro eitok-limoier ilo jipañ ri-nañinmej raar … ]All of those who showed interest in helping the sick took their contributions to the hospital. [The preferred usage is in square brackets.]itok-limoin
kāitoktok-limoEḷap an kāitoktok-limo an jipij.He makes interesting speeches.itok-limoin
emmōIḷak emmō ilo kōjjoal jidik eo, ilo ke ewōt mejeljel im kōto eo elukkuun kajoor.I stuck my head out the small passage way and saw it was raining cats and dogs and extremely windy. P566mijel
 Ijino tak tōn kar wiwijet ak men eo iḷak emmō ilo kōjām eo ilo Jema im ḷōṃaro ruo ijo ioon teek.I almost started to panic but when I stuck my head out the door I saw Father and the other two men on the deck. P956wiwijet
 Bōtab ṃōṃkaj jān kar deḷọñ ḷọk i lowa, ikar emmō laḷ ḷọk im lale ej et.However, I stuck my head in before I went in to see how he was. P1217deḷọñ
 Enana memō (emmō) ilo wūntōōn ṃōn armej.It's not good to look into people's windows.
 Jema emmō i lowaan wa eo jidik innem wanlōñ ḷọk ippān irooj eo ioon wab eo.Father stuck his head out of the boat to look and then stepped up to the pier with the Chief. P457
kōmọJoñan an kajjiṃwe ear kōmọ an lio nājin alwōj pija.He was so strict he forbade his daughter to see movies.kajjiṃwe
ṃōṃōJatiin rej jitnen ṃōṃō ilowaan kāān.Sardines are packed head to tail in cans.jitnen ṃōṃō
 Joñan an to aṃ pād ānin, kiiō kwe ṃōṃō in jin.You've been here so long, now you know the place inside out.ṃōṃō in
 Kwōn jab inepata bwe kōjro ṃōṃō in jekein.Don't be afraid; I know this place like the back of my hand.ṃōṃō in
kaṃōṃōEoun kaṃōṃō.Line for catching grouper, from bamboo pole on reef.eo
 Kāājin kabwebwe, kāājin ḷatippān, kāājin kadejo, kāājin kaṃōṃō, kāājin kōbwābwe, kāājin ilarak, etc.Names of hooks for specific fish or types of fishing.kāāj
EkkaṃoṃoEkkaṃoṃo lieṇShe gets jealous easily.kaṃo
allimōmōEj ja allimōmō wōt ak rōbuuk bōran.As he was peeking they shot his head.allimōmō
 Kwōn jab allimōmō ilo wūntō ṇeDon't look into that window.allimōmō
ri-allimōmōRejibwe ri-allimōmō eoThe peeping tom was apprehended.allimōmō
EkammomoEkammomo wūno ṇeThat medicine is very powerful.mo
erūṃōṃōKwōn aṃwin lọñiiṃ bwe erūṃōṃō.Wash your mouth because it has something dried on it.rūṃōṃō
 Kwōn etal ormej bwe erūṃōṃō mejaṃGo wash your face because you have some dried matter around your eyes.rūṃōṃō
ṇoEḷap ṇo bōran baal.The waves are big at the edge of the reef.bōran baal
 Ij ba wōt ijin ak etar tok juon ṇo im depet kōjaan wa eo.Right as I said it a wave smashed up against the side of the boat. P597depdep
 Inaaj kadibuki wa in ilo ṇo ṇe tok.I'll let this boat nose into the oncoming wave.dibuk
 Eitok ṇo eo em kadouj wa eo.A wave covered the boat.douj
 Ṇo kileplep eo ear jetak im kōjabjab neō jān laḷ.The big wave swelled up and made it so my feet didn't reach the bottom.jabjab
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jebranoKwōn jebrano bwe ña ij peij.You sing soprano and I'll sing bass.jebrano
kōjenọḶōṃaro raṇ rej kōjenọ.The men are hunting for jenọjenọ
 Rikōjenọ ro raṇ eṃōj aer kōjenọ.The people who were hunting for jenọ have completed the task.jenọ
RikōjenọRikōjenọ ro raṇ eṃōj aer kōjenọ.The people who were hunting for jenọ have completed the task.jenọ
nenọRej jab nenọ (ennọ) kaṇe kōnke reālkūṃur.Those breadfruit are not good because they're from an old tree.ālkūṃur
 Ij kōbbaturtur im ḷak ṃōñā enaaj lukkuun nenọ (ennọ).I'm refraining from eating (fish) for awhile so that when I do it will be so much more delicious.batur
 Jekarouki raij ṇe bwe en nenọ (ennọ).Put sap in the rice to make it delicious.jekaro
 Kwōn kakkinonoik juub ṇe kōn anien bwe en nenọ (ennọ).Add some onion to the soup to make it tasty.kino
 Enaaj 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
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ubweṇoJoñan an ḷap ṇo ejar ubweṇo eoThe wave-guard couldn't withstand the big waves.ubweṇo
inoJuon e ino.Here is my lashing cord.ino
jinoEkwe iien eo wōt kwōpojak, kwōmaroñ jino jibwi lōñ tak aḷaḷ kaṇe wōt me rōkaapañ aṃ jerbal.”Okay, whenever you’re ready you can start passing up any boards that are in your way.” P672apañ
 Kwōn jino im kaapdikdik aṃ jerbal.Start getting your work out of the way little by little.apdik
 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
 Eḷap aṃ bōḷaḷ ḷọk jān ke kwaar jino itokYou don't weigh as much as you did when you first came.bōḷaḷ
 Jen jino bweradikḷọk ñan keemem eṇ.Let's start moseying along to the party.bweradik
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jinōJowi eo an jinō Erroja, im kōn menin jowi eo ej bar Erroja.My mother's clan is Erroja, for this reason my clan is also an Erroja.Erroja
 Jowi e ej Ripit kōnke jinō ej Ripit.I'm of the Ripit clan because that's my mother's clan.jowi
 Kōrā eo jinō im edik jān jema.My aunty is younger than my father. My aunty is my father's younger sister.jine-
 Ijọ kōn tutu ilo naṃ eṇ ikōtaan Jenkā im Ḷōtoonke tōre ko kōmjel jinō im jema kar jokwe im kowainini ilo Jālukra.I used to swim in the salt-water pool that lies between Jenkā and Ḷōtoonke when I went with my parents to make copra at Jālukra wāto (on Emejwa Islet on Likiep).naṃ
jiṇoEḷapḷọk jiṇo ilo jitet ko tuiōñ ilo Amedka ilo iiō in jān iiō eo ḷọkThere was more snow in the northern U.S. states this year than last.jiṇo
 Ear or jinen Jiṇo Wait lōrrọ.Snow White had a fairy godmother.lōrrọ
 Kwōnañin bōk ke nañinmej in jiṇo?Have you ever gotten the jiṇo sickness?jiṇo
ejinoJuon ṇe ejino waḷọk mejaṃ.A cataract is starting to form on your eye.
 Ejino jebar ṇeThat breadfruit is beginning to sprout leaves.jebar
 Ejino jok tok marok eo im ikkōl in wōnāne ḷọk bwe kōṃro maroñ ḷe ijeḷmān doon.It was starting to get dark and I was concerned about going back to the island because the two of us might get separated. P54kōkōl
 Kiin ejino jen wa eo jān tōrerein wab eo im Kapen eo ekōjjeḷā laḷ ḷọk bwe en pāāk injin eo.At that moment the boat started moving away from the side of the pier and the Captain called down that the engine should be put in reverse. P481kōjjeḷā
 Ejino kuṇōkIt's beginning to contract.kuṇōk
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jejinoḶōṃare kōn ad bwijwōḷāḷọk jejino pilo,” eba.Fellas, because we are getting older we are starting to lose our vision,” the Captain said. P1245bwijwoḷā
RejinoRejino jibwe ṃweoThey are starting to construct the building.jebjeb
 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
IjinoIjino tak tōn kar wiwijet ak men eo iḷak emmō ilo kōjām eo ilo Jema im ḷōṃaro ruo ijo ioon teek.I almost started to panic but when I stuck my head out the door I saw Father and the other two men on the deck. P956wiwijet
 Ej kanne wōt kijen ak ijino kōpeḷḷọke kuwatin kọọnpiip eo im leḷọk ñan e.As he filled his plate I opened the corned beef and handed it to him. P372kuwat
jijinoEpaak an jijino (ijjino) būrokūraṃ jar eo.The church service program is about to begin.jijino
ejjinoEpaak an kwōj bwe ejjino aeṃōḷoḷoIt'll freeze soon for it's beginning to get cool.aeṃōḷoḷo
ijjinoEar ijjino eọ ilo Aelōñḷapḷap.Tattooing began on Aelōñḷapḷap.eọ
 Ejerakiaarḷap im jaikuj kadedeikḷọk jerbal in eṃōj an ijjino.We are halfway done and we need to complete the project we've started.jerakiaarḷap
 Jikuuḷ enāj ijjino jibboñōn ilju.School begins tomorrow morning.jibboñōn ilju
 Epaak an jijino (ijjino) būrokūraṃ jar eo.The church service program is about to begin.jijino
RijjinoRijjino al eo eṇ ilo iṃōn jar eṇ.He is the one who leads the chorus at church.jijino
jiljinoIj keememej ḷọk wōt ke ikar uwe ippān Jema kab ruo ṃōṃaan ilo juon booj jidikdik eo roñoul ruo ne aitokan im jiljino ne depakpakin.I still remember when I sailed with Father and two other men on a small boat that was twenty-two feet long and six feet wide. P1depakpak
 Ear linọk Awai jiljino iiōHe was in Hawaii for six years.linọk
 Jema eto laḷ ḷọk im kōjọ injin eo ke ṃōttan kar joñoul ḷalem minit ñan jiljino awaFather went down into the engine room and started the engine since it was twenty-five minutes before 6 o’clock. P446ṃōtta-
 Ej jab podem tōprak ṃōñā ko ñan jiljino awaThe food wasn't ready by six o'clock.podem
 Raar kōnono eoon joñoul jiljino ilo John 3They read verse 16 of John 3eoon
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kajiljinoḶaddik eṇ jibū ej kein kajiljino.My grandson is the sixth in the family.jiljino
 Juun ej allōñ eo kein kajiljino ilo juon iiō.June is the sixth month of the year.Juun
EjiljinoEjiljino kiiō an ḷadik eṇ jibū iiō.My grandson is now six years old.jiljino
kajjiljinoKōjro ej kajjiljino bokWe each have six books.jiljino
joñoul-jiljinoEor jilñuul-emān aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ: joñoul-rualitōk aelōñ in Rālik im joñoul-jiljino aelōñ in Ratak.There are thirty-four islands in the Marshalls: eighteen islands in the Rālik and sixteen in the Ratak. S1Ṃajeḷ
rōjinoḶōṃaro rōjino leletok im kōṃro Jema jino bar kọkkọṇkọṇ.The guys started handing us the boards and Father and I put them away. P746koṇ
 Rōjino bōk limoun doon.They are becoming interested in each other.limo
 Ḷōṃaro rōjino leletok im kōṃro Jema jino bar kọkkọṇkọṇ.The guys started handing us the boards and Father and I put them away. P746le-
kwōjinoInaaj jipañ eok ñe kwōjino jebjeb lōñ ḷọk aḷaḷ,” iba.I am going to help you if you start to pass up the boards,” I said. P676jijino
kinoAijoon kino.A fern with one leaf.aijo
EttinoEttino ṃwilinHe's a wolf in sheep's clothing.tūtino
 Adikin allōñ jab in ettino.The first quarter of the moon for this month in not visible.adik
ittinoEḷap an tūtino (ittino) ijo ej kūttiliek ie.The place he is hiding is secret.tūtino
tūtinoEḷap an tūtino (ittino) ijo ej kūttiliek ie.The place he is hiding is secret.tūtino
tabwiṇoKwōn jālitake kōrā im ajri raṇe jān tabwiṇo.Put up something to protect the women and children from the sea sprayjālitak
eṃōjṇoKwōn kōjerbal anbwijbaniṃ bwe eṃōjṇo anbwijmaroñūṃUse your left hand because your right hand is not strong enough.anbwijban
EṃōjṇọEṃōjṇọ baṃ e .My pulse is weak.baṃ
 Eṃōjṇọ an bwijjik.He doesn't kick hard.bwijjik
 Eṃōjṇọ kōn an kar nañinmej.He is weak from having been sick.ṃōjṇọ
EkōṃōjṇọEkōṃōjṇọ kokōro.She's torturing my mind (words from a love song).kokōro
ḷannoRaar ḷanno ke ej joraantak.They sighted land at dawn.ḷanno
 Eñin eḷak ḷanno, Epatōn.And that must be Epatōn the Boatswain sees.” P1201ḷanno
EnnoEnno jowaanroñ in ḷeikṃaanThe juice extracted from the Ḷeikṃaan pandanus is deliciousjowaanroñ
EnnọEnnọ kobban atake eṇ an.The fruits of his farm are delicious.atake
 Rej jab nenọ (ennọ) kaṇe kōnke reālkūṃur.Those breadfruit are not good because they're from an old tree.ālkūṃur
 Ennọ an iōk bae.She cooks delicious pies.bae
 Ij kōbbaturtur im ḷak ṃōñā enaaj lukkuun nenọ (ennọ).I'm refraining from eating (fish) for awhile so that when I do it will be so much more delicious.batur
 Ennọ ke bwilitudek ippaṃ?Do you like bwilitudekbwilitudek
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kōnnọKwōn kwaḷ kōnnọ kaṇe kōn dān bwil.Wash the dishes there with hot water.kwaḷkoḷ
 Kōmmām kar dao im ḷak dedeḷọk, ibar jikrōk im karreoiki kōnnọ im jikin ṃōñā eo.When everyone was done eating, I went over again and washed the dishes and cleaned up the eating area. P967nenọ
 Kōmmān ṃabuñ im ḷak dedeḷọk, erjel kōḷaak wūjḷā eo im men ko jet kōbwebwein, ak ña ikarreoiki kōnnọ ko im kọkọṇi.When we finished eating breakfast the three of them attached sail and arranged the other necessary sailing gear while I washed the dishes and put them away. P836kōbwebwei-
 Ke ej mat raij eo ikkwaḷọk tok kōnnọ kab juon kuwatin kọọnpiip im teiñi tok juon tibatin dānnin idaak bwe ren pojak ñan aerjel rọọl tok im ṃōñāWhen the rice was cooked, I got out some dishes and a can of corned beef, and filled up a pot of water for tea so everything would be ready when the three men came back to eat. P370kōnnọ
 Ededeḷọk karreoiki jikin mōñā eo kab kōnnọ koI finished cleaning up the place where they had eaten and washing the dishes, P313kōnnọ
kōṇṇọKōmmām kar dao im ḷak dedeḷọk, ibar jikrōk im karreoiki kōṇṇọ im jikin ṃōñā eo.When everyone was done eating, I went over again and washed the dishes and cleaned up the eating area. P967kōm
buñṇoEḷap an buñṇo rainin jān inne.The surf is higher today than yesterday.buñṇo
eọñōRi-aḷe ro raar eọñō ijeṇeThe men using the surround method of fishing have already fished there.aḷe
joñọEjoobe pein bwe en jab bwiin joñọ.He washes his hands with soap to get rid of the fishy smell.joob
ejoñọKwōn aṃwin peiṃ bwe ejoñọ.Wash your hands because they smell of fish.joñọ
 Ejoñọ peiṃYour hands are fishy.joñọ
amiṃōṇoRej bōk waj bao im piik im im aolep kain ṃōñā, kab amiṃōṇo.They bring chickens, pork, breadfruit, and all kinds of food and handicraft. S4amiṃōṇo
 Raar bōlbōl maañ in amiṃōṇo.They gathered pandanus leaves for making handicraft.bōlbōl
 Kōrein Likiep rej make wōt jeḷā āj deel amiṃōṇo.Women of Likiep are renowned makers of fan handicraft.kōrā
 Ij etal in ṃakūti amiṃōṇo .I'm going to sell these handicraft items at the market.ṃakūt
 Liṃaro raṇ rej amiṃōṇo.Those women are making handicraft.amiṃōṇo
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