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aebōj
rain water; a well; drinking water

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1."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
2.Ear kanooj iiet aebōj laḷ etto im jabdewōt armej rej kōjerbale im kattooni.There were very few cisterns in olden times, and everyone used them and contaminated them. S22tōtoon
3.Ear tōteiñ (etteiñ) aebōj eṇ aṃro ilo wōt ko.Our cistern caught some of the rain squalls.aebōj
4.Ebar aebōj jimeeṇ eo.The cistern is empty.bar
5.Ebooḷ aebōj jimeeṇ eo im jiebḷọk ṇai laḷ.The cement cistern is full and overflowing (onto the ground).jieb-
6.Ebooḷtōñtōñ aebōj jimāāṇ eo kōn dānnin wōt.The concrete cistern overflowed with rain water.booḷtōñtōñ
7.Ebooḷtōñtōñ aebōj jimeeṇ eṇ.That cistern is full to the brim.tōñtōñ
8.Eitōn maat dānnin aebōj eṇThe water in that cistern is almost all gone.eitōn
9.Ejakapen aebōj jimeeṇ e.This cistern is less than half full.jakapen
10.Ejatōk aebōj laḷ ṇeThat well is salty.jatōk
11.Ejerajko aebōj eṇThat cistern has been bleached (to sanitize it).jerajko
12.Ejjeej dānnin aebōj jimeeṇ eṇ.There is absolutely no water in the cistern.ejjeej
13.Ekabodān aebōj e ippān jọọḷ.The water is diluted with salt water.kabodān
14.Ekobbwā ḷọk aebōj jimāāṇ e jān ṇe aṃ.My water cistern holds more water than yours.kobbwā
15.Eḷap ḷọk an armej ro aer aebōj laḷ kein karreoiki bwe ren erreo im jab kōṃṃan nañinmej ñan er ñe rej tutu, idaak, ak kōṃṃan ṃōñā ilo aebōj laḷ kein.More people clean their cisterns so that they are pure and don’t make them sick if they bathe, drink, or make food at these cisterns. S22rōreo
16.Eḷap ḷọk an armej ro aer aebōj laḷ kein karreoiki bwe ren erreo im jab kōṃṃan nañinmej ñan er ñe rej tutu, idaak, ak kōṃṃan ṃōñā ilo aebōj laḷ kein.More people clean their cisterns so that they are pure and don’t make them sick if they bathe, drink, or make food at these cisterns. S22rōreo
17.Eḷḷaḷḷaḷ aebōj eoThe well went dry.ḷōḷaḷḷaḷ
18.Elukkuun jejḷọk dānnin aebōj eṇThere is absolutely no water in that container.jej
19.Eṃṃak im aebōj laḷ ko etto raar jab kanooj in rōreo (erreo).Tree catchments and olden-time cisterns were not really clean. S22rōreo
20.Etọọr aebōj eoThe water is flowing out of the cistern.tọọr
21.Etteiñ utōṃ ilo aebōj eṇDraw some water for your bath at the cistern.utō-
22.Etūkanne aebōj jimāāṇ eṇ an.His cistern holds a lot of water.tūkanne
23.Ewi toon aṃ amān dān eṇ ilo aebōj jimāāṇ ṇe aṃ?How long does the water in your cistern last you? or How long do you get to use the water in your cistern?amān
24.Jidik wōt an pir dān eo jān mejān aebōj eoThe water is down just a little from the top of the cistern.pir
25.Joñan an kar maro, ej itok wōt ak eṃōt ilo aebōj eoHe was so thirsty he dove his head into the well and started drinking.ṃōt
26.Kiiō enañin wōr aebōj laḷ iturin aolep eṃ.Now there are cisterns near almost all homes. S22nañin
27.Kwōmaroñ ke ḷatōḷe tok jidik liṃō aebōj?Could you pour me some water with the ladle?ḷatōḷ
28.Kwōmaroñ ke letok jidik liṃō aebōj?Could you give me some wateraebōj
29.Kwōn teiñ bato ṇe kōn aebōj.Fill that bottle with fresh water.tōteiñ
30.Kwōn teiñ kaajliiñ ṇe kōn aebōj.Fill the empty barrel with water.kaajliiñ
31.Ṃokta jān an itok armej in pālle ñan Ṃajeḷ, ri-Ṃajeḷ rōkein kōjerbal eṃṃak, aebōj laḷ, kab lọjet ñan tutu, aṃwin, im idaak.Before Westerners came to the Marshalls, people used to use tree catchments, cisterns, and ocean water for bathing, washing hands, and drinking. S22ṃōṃak
32.Raan kein ekanooj in eṃṃanḷọk im erreoḷọk aebōj laḷNowadays cisterns are better and cleaner. S22raan
33.Raar kanne limeer dān jān aebōj eṇThey drew water from the well.nine
34.Rej itōktok dān jān aebōj laḷ eo.They are drawing water from the well and bringing it here.itōk
35.Ri-jerajko ro eṃōj aer jerajkoik aebōj eṇThose who are responsible for putting bleach in the cistern have already done so.jerajko
36.Ta e ear kōjatōke aebōj e liṃō?Why is my drinking water salty?jatōk

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