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aer
1. tight; stretched; pressure; possessive
2. theirs
3. variant form of aerā {hayeray}

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1.Bwe iba rej ḷōmṇak rej kōjparok kōj jān jorrāān, ak rejaje ke ilo aer kōṃṃane men in rej kọkkure wāween mour eo ad jaar jolōte jān ro jiṃṃaad,” Jema eba.It seems to me that they think they are protecting us, but what they don’t know is that in doing so they are destroying the way of life we inherited from our ancestors," Father said. P401jolōt
2.Ekwe ej kab baj ṃaantakin in ak ekōjkan ñe etoḷọk jidik aer pād?” Bojin eo eba.And this is only the beginning; what if they stay even longer?” the Boatswain said. P399to
3.Emaat baḷuunin Navy kaṇe aer pukpukōt kōmimān,” juon armej ekar kōkōnono tok ñan kōmmān jān ioon wab eo.The Navy planes gave up looking for you,” someone said to us from the pier. P1342baḷuun
4.Ettōr ṃōk ṃōñā im lale aer ennọ.”Go run and eat and see how delicious they are.” P266nenọ
5.Jema e, eṃṃan ke ñe itōn aluje aer taij?” ikajjitōk.Father, can I go watch them play dice?” I asked. P150aluje
6.Aejemjemier ealikkar ilo naan ko aer.Their persuasiveness was evident in their choice of words.aejemjem
7.Aejemjemin naan ko an ekōṃṃan aer ellowetakHis persuasiveness swayed them into action.aejemjem
8.Aer likūti bwe en aer rūtōl ekaloṃaane.Their making him their leader made him arrogant.loṃaan
9.Aer likūti bwe en aer rūtōl ekaloṃaane.Their making him their leader made him arrogant.loṃaan
10.Aerṃwein 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
11.Āinwōt ad kar ba ṃokta bwe ri-Ṃajeḷ rainin eḷap wōt aer ḷōmṇak kōn ṃōñā in pālle āinwōt raij, pilawā, jukwa im men ko jet.As we mentioned before, Marshallese today prefer imported foods like rice, flour, sugar, and so forth. S25pālle
12.Ālikin aer kammōūk ḷeo raar ṃaneAfter they made him crane his neck they killed him.
13.Aolep raar kwaḷọk aer itok-limo in jipañ ri-nañinmej ro.Everyone showed enthusiasm for helping the sick.itok-limoin
14.Aolep 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
15.Armej ro ilo aelōñ in Rālik kab Ratak, eoktak jidik aer ekkonono jān doon.The people in the Rālik and Ratak speak a little differently from each other. S1kōnono
16.Bar juon men, retio eṃōj an kapidodoḷọk ñan ri-Ṃajeḷ, ej kijjien al ko aer.Another way in which radio has made life easier for Marshallese concerns their songs. S26pidodo
17.Bar juon men, retio eṃōj an kapidodoḷọk ñan ri-Ṃajeḷ, ej kijjien al ko aer.Another way in which radio has made life easier for Marshallese concerns their songs. S26kijjie-
18.Ear jab āñini ippāer kōnke ej tōḷọk pikōt āinwōt Lurōk eo raar kupiiki jān kumi eo aer.He didn't go with them because he was as cowardly as Lurōk, who got fired from their team.tōḷọk
19.Ear jab kanooj ḷap tōprak kōnke ej kab juon alen aer kwelọk bōtab ewōr ruo men eḷḷap raar karōki ñan an ri-Ṃaikronijia ḷooriNot a great deal was accomplished, as it was their first session, but there were two important things set for Micronesians to follow. S16kōkar
20.Ear kōttar aer ṃad im iaḷ aidikḷọk.He waited until they were not paying attention and sneaked away.iaḷ aidik
21.Ear ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) aer kukure (ikkure) ak rōjab podem wiin.They played well but didn't begin to win.podem
22.Ear wūji ḷor ko ṃokta jān aer kilepḷọk im erom wōjke.He plucked the sprouts up before they grew to be trees.ḷor
23.Ebboolol pein ālikin aer lōkeHis arm was swollen all over after he got stung.bōbool
24.Ebwiin jatbo nuknuk kōn aer jab lukkuun ṃōrāThese clothes have the damp smell because they didn't dry properly.jatbo
25.Ebwiin jejatbobo (ejjatbobo) nuknuk kōn aer jab lukkuun ṃōrāThe clothes have the smell because they didn't dry properly.jatbo
26.Ededeḷọk aer inwijete kōrkōr eo.They've already lashed the canoe.inwijet
27.Eiruj lọjien ḷadik eo ke ej roñjake aer alThe boy is inspired when he listen to their singing.iruj lọjie-
28.Eitok inne im jabneejej tok ñan ña kōn aer jab kōjeḷāik kake keemem eo.She came yesterday and cried on my shoulder about their not letting her know about the birthday party.kōn
29.Eitok inne im jabneejej tok ñan ña kōn aer kar jab kōjeḷāik kake keemem eo.She came and cried on my shoulder yesterday saying they did not let her know about the birthday party.jabneejej
30.Eitok limoū roñjake aer alI'm keen on listening to their singing.al
31.Ej aṃbaiktok aer iakiuHe's refereeing the ball game.aṃbai
32.Ej kab kar juon iien an ri-Ṃajeḷ maat im kālōt ri-kwelọk ro aer im ear kanooj ḷap ejjeurur.It was finally a time when the Marshallese had chosen their own representatives, and there was great excitement. S16jejeurur
33.Ejabneejej ñan jemān kōn aer kar jab kūri kōṃare eo.She cried on her father's shoulder because they didn't invite her to the wedding.jabneejej
34.Ejekkar an ledik raṇ kōjjerwawaik anilowa kaṇ aer.It is not proper for the girls to leave their underthings in the open.jejedwawa
35.Ejjañin jeṃḷọk aer tariṇaeThey haven't stopped fighting yet.tariṇae
36.Ejjidikdik jān wōt aer kar pepeọeọọte.It was in shreds after they tore it to pieces.jān
37.Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.Salt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27kōkā
38.Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.Salt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27ek
39.Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.Salt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27amān
40.Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.Salt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27lik
41.Ek kaṇe raikuj jejjet ṃokta jān aer kōmatThe fish have to be cleaned before being cooked.jejjet
42.Ekaaettoktok aer eọñwōdThey fish endlessly.aetok
43.Ekanooj in lōñ wāween kōmat im kōpooj ek ñan ṃōñā im jekdọọn ewi ikutkut in aer ṃōñā ak rōban in ṃōk kake.There are many ways to cook and prepare fish for eating, and even though it is constantly in the diet, people don’t get tired of it. S23jekdọọn
44.Ekauwaroñroñ aer abbaTheir dynamiting is noisy.abba
45.Ekkā aer jālele ek ippān .They often eat fish with breadfruit.jālele
46.Ekkā aer pād ijo iṃōn taktō eo ej pād ie.Usually they are located where the dispensary is. S24kōkā
47.Eklejia eṇ ej allōñijuuki wōṇāān ṃōn jar kāāl eṇ aer.That congregation is using their monthly contributions to build their new church.allōñ iju
48.Ekōjkan aer naaj ṇawāween jorrāān eo ewaḷọk kōn aer akōjdate doon?How are they going to deal with the damage caused by their hating each other? ṇawāween
49.Ekōjkan aer naaj ṇawāween jorrāān eo ewaḷọk kōn aer akōjdate doon?How are they going to deal with the damage caused by their hating each other? ṇawāween
50.Ekōjkan aer naaj ṇawāween jorrāān eo ewaḷọk kōn aer akōjdate doon?How are they going to deal with the damage caused by their hating each other?kōjdat
51.Ekōjkan aer naaj ṇawāween jorrāān eo ewaḷọk kōn aer akōjdate doon?How are they going to deal with the damage caused by their hating each other?kōjdat
52.Ekōmmeñ jān aer kar lui.She got tears in her eyes from being bawled out.kōmmeñ
53.Eḷak jitpeḷeḷ ñan ṇo ko eṃṃan aer itōm depdepete.Then other waves hit the boat crossways and kept it from turning over. P687depdep
54.Eḷaññe enaaj aerwōj iien jerbal renaaj kate er joñan wōt aer maroñ.When it's their turn to work, they'll do their best.aerwōj
55.Eḷap aer kaddeḷọñtok ṃweiuk im ṃōñā jān aer kaddiwōjḷọk waini.More goods and foods are imported than the copra that is exported. S6deḷọñ
56.Eḷap aer kaddeḷọñtok ṃweiuk im ṃōñā jān aer kaddiwōjḷọk waini.More goods and foods are imported than the copra that is exported. S6deḷọñ
57.Eḷap aer kaddeḷọñtok ṃweiuk im ṃōñā jān aer kaddiwōjḷọk waini.More goods and foods are imported than the copra that is exported. S6diwōj
58.Eḷap aer kaddeḷọñtok ṃweiuk im ṃōñā jān aer kaddiwōjḷọk waini.More goods and foods are imported than the copra that is exported. S6diwōj
59.Eḷap an aer jedọujij e .My trousers are too tight.aer
60.Eḷap an aḷap kōjerbal kadkad ñan nañinmej kaṇ aer.Older people often resort to bloodletting to cure their ailments.kadkad
61.Eḷap an liaajlọḷ kōn aer kọkkureShe was greatly distressed by their jeers.liaajlọḷ
62.Eḷap an ri-Ṃajeḷ jeraaṃṃan kōn an dedek ni ilo aelōñ ko aer.The Marshallese people are extremely fortunate that coconut trees grow in their islands. S10jeraaṃṃan
63.Eḷap an ri-Ṃajeḷ jeraaṃṃan kōn an dedek ni ilo aelōñ ko aer.The Marshallese people are extremely fortunate that coconut trees grow in their islands. S10dedek
64.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
65.Eḷmān aer kōṃṃaneHow do they do it?eḷmān
66.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
67.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
68.Elōñ ruuno eḷap aer mọṇmọṇMany medicine men have supernatural powers.mọṇmọṇ
69.Eṃṃan roñjake aer al ak men eo, eokkwaad.I loved their singing but the thing is the sounds seemed so distant.kokwaad
70.Eṃōj aer baaṃe tiṃa eo.They bombed the ship.baaṃ
71.Eṃōj aer bar iaṃaiki kōn bar juon iaṃa.They have striped with another stripe.ieṃa
72.Eṃōj aer bubuji to eo.They have knotted the string carelessly.bubu
73.Eṃōj aer eọiuti aḷaḷ eo.They have lashed the piece of wood carelessly.eọeo
74.Eṃōj aer inijiThey have measured it by inches.inij
75.Eṃōj aer jaḷjaḷate injin eo.They have taken the engine apart carelessly.jaḷjaḷ
76.Eṃōj aer jejepooḷi (ejjepooḷi) ek ko.The large group has surrounded the fish.pooḷ
77.Eṃōj aer jepjep ḷọk jān ṃweeṇThey have moved out of that house.jepjep
78.Eṃōj aer jibwe ri-kọọt eo.They have captured the thief.jebjeb
79.Eṃōj aer jino jurōk.They have begun the jurōk fishing.jurōk
80.Eṃōj aer kadedeikḷọk jerbal eo.They have already completed the job.eṃōj
81.Eṃōj aer kairoojeThey have made him chief.irooj
82.Eṃōj aer kajjiṃwe teej.The tests have been corrected.jiṃwe
83.Eṃōj aer kōjerak wa eo.They have sailed the boat away. The boat has sailed.jerak
84.Eṃōj aer kọkkure jikin kweilọk eo.They completely demolished the city.kọkkure
85.Eṃōj aer kōṃajṃaje .They gave me medicine for my tumor.ṃaj
86.Eṃōj aer ṃareThey are married.ṃare
87.Eṃōj aer pooḷi ek ko.They (a small group) have surrounded the fish.pooḷ
88.Eṃōj aer tōbtōb añkō.They have weighed anchor.tōbtōb
89.Eṃōj aer tōltōl owōj.They have finished collecting taxes.owōj
90.Eṃōj ke aer kōkāālel (ekkāālel)?Is the election over yet?kōkāālel
91.Eṃōj ke aer kōṃkōṃHave they finished picking breadfruit?kōṃkōṃ
92.Eṃōj ke aer kōṃṃan ṃōdHave they prepared provisions for the voyage?ṃōd
93.Emootḷọk jān bukwi rūttariṇae eṃōj aer mejMore than a hundred soldiers died.bukwi
94.Etal in wōt juon aer alThey keep on singing.etal in wōt juon
95.Etal-in-wot juon aer loḷọk Irooj eo.They keep on visiting the chief's house.etal in wōt juon
96.Etke āinwōt waan raun kaṇe ejakkutkut aer itoitak raan kein.”Why does it seem like the fieldtrip ships don’t travel around much anymore.” P234jọkkutkut
97.Etōke kar jalen aer kiij nuknuk eo?Why did they stitch the cloth only once?jalen
98.Ewaake ḷọk rōjelujen eo ñan rukweilọk ro āinwōt aer kar kajjitōk.He read the resolution to the congressmen as they had asked him to.waak
99.Iar jab eñjake aer kōteep ñiūI didn't feel anything when they pulled my tooth.eñjake
100.Iar lo aer kowatrereik(i) waini kaṇe rej bọuni.I saw them dry only superficially the copra they're weighing now.watre
101.Ijaje tawūnin aer waakiḷọk ṃōñā nenọno (ennọno) koI don't know why they passed up the delicious foods.waakḷọk
102.Ilo raan kein i Ṃajel ekanooj in jeja ellolo aer kōjerbal aje.Today in the Marshalls one rarely sees aje being used. S11jeja
103.Ilo wāween in, ejjab jorrāān, ak rej kwaḷọk jidik-jidik ekkar ñan aer aikuji ñan ṃōñāWith this method, it doesn’t spoil, and it is uncovered bit by bit as it is needed for food. S28jorrāān
104.Ilo wāween in, ejjab jorrāān, ak rej kwaḷọk jidik-jidik ekkar ñan aer aikuji ñan ṃōñāWith this method, it doesn’t spoil, and it is uncovered bit by bit as it is needed for food. S28jidik illọk jidik
105.Inej eo an Amedka ear barōk wa ko waan ri-Rojia jān aer itok ñan Kiuba.The American fleet blockaded Russian ships from coming to Cuba.bōbaar
106.Jajen eṇ ej kaṃaaje ḷọk rūttariṇae raṇ ñan kāām eo aer.The sergeant is marching the troops to their camp.ṃaaj
107.Jerbalin ruk-buōd eaorōk ñan juon kumi in tariṇae im ewōr jet ro ej aer jerbal loloodjake bwe en tōprak.The job of ensuring the uninterrupted flow of ammunition for the troops in battle is essential and the responsibility of assigned personnel to make sure it's done.ruk-bo
108.Jet armej eḷap aer ineeṃṃanSome people don't have anything to worry about.ineeṃṃan
109.Jet iien ilo aer kōmatte rej likit wōt men ko rōñaj ie bwe en ennọ bwiin im jab ḷōḷSometimes when they cook it they put things that are fragrant with it just so that it will smell good, and not musty. S18ñaj
110.Jet iien ilo aer kōmatte rej likit wōt men ko rōñaj ie bwe en ennọ bwiin im jab ḷōḷSometimes when they cook it they put things that are fragrant with it just so that it will smell good, and not musty. S18ḷōḷ
111.Jet kabuñ raan kein eṃōj aer alin jare jet iaan tonin alin kauboe kaṇ.Some churches today have converted some cowboy tunes and used them as hymns.alin jar
112.Jet kein kajjitōk ij ḷōmṇak rōkkar ñan an ro ilubwilijid eor aer jeḷā, meḷeḷe, im imminene kōn metoin aelōñ kein, bwe ren kwaḷọk mejḷaer kiin ke ej wōr wōt aer iien.Some of these questions I was thinking are appropriate for those among us who have knowledge, understanding, and experience with the ocean in our islands, so they can teach others while they still have time. P802bwilji-
113.Jet kein kajjitōk ij ḷōmṇak rōkkar ñan an ro ilubwilijid eor aer jeḷā, meḷeḷe, im imminene kōn metoin aelōñ kein, bwe ren kwaḷọk mejḷaer kiin ke ej wōr wōt aer iien.Some of these questions I was thinking are appropriate for those among us who have knowledge, understanding, and experience with the ocean in our islands, so they can teach others while they still have time. P802bwilji-
114.Jet kein kajjitōk ij ḷōmṇak rōkkar ñan an ro ilubwilijid eor aer jeḷā, meḷeḷe, im imminene kōn metwan (metoin) aelōñ kein, bwe ren kwaḷọk mejḷaer kiin ke ej wōr wōt aer iien.These are some questions I was thinking are appropriate for those among us who have knowledge, understanding, and experience with the ocean in our islands, so they can explain and describe (analyze) them while they are still able to do so. P802mejaḷ
115.Jet kein kajjitōk ij ḷōmṇak rōkkar ñan an ro ilubwilijid eor aer jeḷā, meḷeḷe, im imminene kōn metwan (metoin) aelōñ kein, bwe ren kwaḷọk mejḷaer kiin ke ej wōr wōt aer iien.These are some questions I was thinking are appropriate for those among us who have knowledge, understanding, and experience with the ocean in our islands, so they can explain and describe (analyze) them while they are still able to do so. P802mejaḷ
116.Jet rej tok iuṃwin tok im kōm eñjake aer kūkijkiji kiiḷ eo an wa eo im ñariji jebwe eo.A few swam right underneath and we could feel them biting the keel and chewing the rudder. P1001kiiḷ
117.Jokkun wōt juon aer kar kanne wa eo.They loaded the boat in a well-balanced way.jokkun wōt juon
118.Joñan aer ājāj, rej wātok im atartar ippān wa eo.They were so vicious that they came right up along the side of the boat. P1000atartar
119.Joñan aer ājāj, rej wātok im atartar ippān wa eo.They were so vicious that they came right up along the side of the boat. P1000ājāj
120.Joñan aer koñil, raar jab bar rọọl.The extent of their alienation was such that they didn't return.koñil
121.Joñan aer mejel, āinwōt ñe ej lutōk leplep dān ioon ṃweo im ioon teek barāinwōt.It was raining cats and dogs—so hard that it was like someone was pouring water on the cabin and the deck. P765lilutōk
122.Jouj im taaki waj ek ruo ṇe im jikadooli ñan aer koubuubPlease put the two fish on the charcoal and keep them there until they're half-done.tōtaak
123.Kaikōñ ajiri raṇe jān aer kauwaroñroñHave the children be silent and stop making so much noise.ikōñ
124.Kein karuo wāween, rej kōmatte ālkin aer bōk eaḷ in waini eṇ.The second way, they cook it after they have taken the coconut milk. S18kōmat
125.Kōjota eo ear jab jejjet an jinoe bwe eḷap an raelepe aer kōmatti mōñā ko.Supper was late because they hadn't started cooking until noon. Supper wasn’t served on time because they had started cooking late.raelep
126.Kōm ḷak tōprakḷọk, kōm iioon aer ṃaṃaAs we arrived at the place, we were in time to witness the celebration of the breadfruit season.ṃaṃa
127.Kōn aer kar jipọkwe, raar kaliaik er.As a result of their defeat in battle and loss of royal status, they lost all their land.kalia
128.Kōn an nana aer lale elumọọrḷọk.Because they did not treat him well, he left and never returned.lumọọrḷọk
129.Kōrā eḷap aer arōk naan.Women like to gossip.arōk naan
130.Kōrā ro raar iiaaki ek ko ñan aer kōṃṃan juub.The women removed the bones from the fish so they could make soup.iiaak
131.Kumi in aḷ kaṇe ruo rej kōketak doon kōn aḷ kaṇe aer.Those two singing groups are challenging each other with their music.ketak
132.Kumi in ikkure eo jān Mājej uñkipden tata aer jurbakThe Mājej performers were the most skillful tap dancers of them all.uñkipden
133.Lali piik ko jen aer ebaje nebjān mweeṇ.Stop the pigs from messing up the area outside the house.ebaje
134.Ḷeo edeḷọñ ḷọk ilowaan ruuṃ eo im ḷak diwōj tok ej jibwe ruo ḷoobwin pilawā, eṃōj an limi kōn peba būrawūn, ej ja āindeeo aer māāṇāṇ ke rej kab mat tok.The man went into a room and when he came back out he was holding loaves of bread, already wrapped in brown paper, still warm from the oven. P264būrawūn
135.Likao jiddik in Ṃajeḷ eḷap aer iọkwe kakkiāmem.Kakkiāmem is a favorite pastime among Marshallese youngsters.kakkiāmem
136.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
137.Ḷōṃaro raar kaanbūritok daan baaṃle ko aer.The men harvested Anbūri pandanus for their families.Anbūri
138.Maañ ko kaṇ eṃōj aer jāliThe pandanus leaves have been been rolled up.jāljel
139.Ṃōjin aer aikuji wa in Navy ro rōkar leḷọk ñan juon ri-Ṃajeḷ ej jerbal ippāer ilo iien eo.When the Navy no longer needed this ship, they gave it to a Marshallese person who was working with them at the time. P5iien
140.Ṃokta jān an ri-pālle bōktok wūno ko aer, ri-Ṃajeḷ raar make kōṃṃan aer wūno jān bōlōk, wūjooj, okar im men ko jet.Before Westerners brought their medicines, the Marshallese made medicines on their own from leaves, grasses, roots, and other things. S8wūno
141.Ṃokta jān an ri-pālle bōktok wūno ko aer, ri-Ṃajeḷ raar make kōṃṃan aer wūno jān bōlōk, wūjooj, okar im men ko jet.Before Westerners brought their medicines, the Marshallese made medicines on their own from leaves, grasses, roots, and other things. S8wūno
142.Ṃokta jān an ri-pālle bōktok wūno ko aer, ri-Ṃajeḷ raar make kōṃṃan aer wūno jān bōlōk, wūjooj, okar, im men ko jet.Before Westerners brought their medicines, the Marshallese made medicines on their own from leaves, grasses, roots, and other things. S8okar
143.Ṃokta jān an ri-pālle bōktok wūno ko aer, ri-Ṃajeḷ raar make kōṃṃan aer wūno jān bōlōk, wūjooj, okar, im men ko jet.Before Westerners brought their medicines, the Marshallese made medicines on their own from leaves, grasses, roots, and other things. S8okar
144.Ṃoktata, ālkin aer raankeik waini eṇ im bōk eaḷ eṇ jāne, rej kōjeeke im ej erom pinniep.First of all, after they have grated the copra and taken the coconut milk from it, they heat it under the sun and it becomes coconut oil. S18eaḷ
145.Ñe ej wōr nejid laddik rej iep jaḷḷọk kōnke ekkā wōt aer naaj ḷoor kōrā ro ippāer.Whenever we have male children, they are iepjaḷḷọk because they always stay with the wife's family.iep jaḷḷọk
146.Ñe ewōr taibuun im jorrāān ko rōḷḷap, remaroñ in jeḷā kake jān aer roñjake retio.If there are typhoons or other disasters, then can know about them by listening to the radio. S26taibuun
147.Pāāñ eo ear kajjilibuwiḷọk aer talaThe bank gave each of them three hundred dollars.jilubukwi
148.Pojak wōt bwe enaaj jino al eṇ aer jet wōt minit jān kiiō.Stand by because they'll start singing in just a few minutes.al
149.Raan kein armej rej ṇaiṃōn lōb ko libōn ri-mej ro aer.Nowadays people are providing shelter for the graves of their dead.ṇaiṃōn
150.Raar al im leḷọk joortak ko aer.They sang and gave their offering to the church.joortak
151.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
152.Raar iọkiọkwe doon ṃokta jān aer jepel jān doon.They greeted each other before they separated.iọkiọkwe
153.Raar ipep pāāk in waini ko kōn aer eddoThey dragged the bags of copra because they were too heavy.ipep
154.Raar jede ṃweo ṃokta jān aer deḷọñeThey kept a lookout on the house before raiding it.jedjed
155.Raar jepjepḷọk ñan ṃweo juon kōn jepjep ko aer.They moved to the other house with their bundles.jepjep
156.Raar jepjepḷọk ñan ṃweo juon kōn jepjep ko aer.They moved to the other house with their bundles.jepjep
157.Raar jipọkwe jān wāto ko aer.They have lost their land rights.jipọkwe
158.Raar kajurbak likao in Mejij ro bwe eṃṃan aer jurbakThey let the young men from Mejit tap dance because they are good at it.jurbak
159.Raar ṇaṃweieer ḷọk jān iṃōn wia eo aer.They gave them material possessions from their store.ṇaṃweien
160.Rej ane ijeṇ ṃokta jān aer eọñōdThey're throwing chum there before they fish.ane
161.Rej iọkiọkwe doon ālkin aer kar jar.They greet each other after attending the church services.iọkiọkwe
162.Rej ja kōttar aer ininThey are just waiting for them to wear their grass skirts.inin
163.Rej kañaltok armej kōn aer aerṃweṃwePeople are attracted to them because they're always looking out for others as relatives.aerṃwe
164.Rej kappijinjini jiiñlij kaṇ aer.They are putting spots all over their T-shirts.būbjinjin
165.Rej kona jān aer jerbalThey are goofing off from their work.kona
166.Rej rooje aer jerbalThey're chanting while working.roro
167.Ri-amṇak ejjeḷọk aer inepataThose who live on their inherited land have nothing to worry about.amṇak
168.Ri-jāmminene ro raṇ ej make wōt ruṃwij aer jerbalThese inexperienced workers are very slow in doing their work.jāmminene
169.Ri-jeṃaan ejeja aer nañinmejPeople in olden times didn't get sick easily.jeṃaan
170.Ri-jerajko ro eṃōj aer jerajkoik aebōj eṇ.Those who are responsible for putting bleach in the cistern have already done so.jerajko
171.Ri-jọkpej ro raṇ rej jino aer jọkpejThe rubbish collectors are starting to collect trash.jọkpej
172.Ri-kaiñ ro eṃōj aer kaiñ aolep armej kōn taibuun eo ej itok.The messengers have informed everybody about the typhoon coming.kaiñ
173.Rikōjenọ ro raṇ eṃōj aer kōjenọThe people who were hunting for jenọ have completed the task.jenọ
174.Ri-Ṃajeḷ rōmaroñ jọkpej im ektak ñan aelōñ ko aer.Marshallese people could go through the scrap and haul it to their island. P17jọkpej
175.Ri-wūno rein raar ṇooj wūno ko aer im wāween kōṃṃani im kwaḷọk wōt ñan ro nukwier im jerāer.These medical practicioners kept their medicines and how to use them secret, and revealed them only to their families and friends. S8ṇōṇooj
176.Ri-wūno rein raar ṇooj wūno ko aer im wāween kōṃṃani im kwaḷọk wōt ñan ro nukwier im jerāer.These medical practicioners kept their medicines and how to use them secret, and revealed them only to their families and friends. S8wūno
177.Ro jet, ekwe, eṃōj aer jikuuḷThe others, well, their schooling is finished / their school days are over as of 1965. S24ro
178.Ro jibwin ri-alal eo raar ḷōmṇak lukkuun aer bwidej eo rej jokwe ie.The caretaker's descendants thought they truly owned the land they were staying on.alal
179.Rōkwaḷọk wōt aer alejin jowālel.They surely showed how bad their aim was.alej
180.Rōnaaj rọọlḷọk ñan kapijuknen eo aer.They will be repatriated.rọọlḷọk ñan kapijuknen
181.Ta eo ear kajipọkweik er jān bidej ko aer?What makes them lose their land right status.jipọkwe
182.Ta ṇe kwōj ba aer kakeWhy do you say it's theirs?aer
183.Ta unin aer kōjooleWhy did they neglect him?jool
184.Taktō ro rej jab bar kōtḷọk an ri-Ṃajeḷ make wūno bwe ej jab erreo aer kōṃṃan wūno im bar juon eḷap aer bōk maroñ jān armej.The doctors also do not allow Marshallese to treat (patients) by themselves, for the way they prepare medications is unsanitary and also they usurp the people's right to do so. S8kōtḷọk
185.Taktō ro rej jab bar kōtḷọk an ri-Ṃajeḷ make wūno bwe ej jab erreo aer kōṃṃan wūno im bar juon eḷap aer bōk maroñ jān armej.The doctors also do not allow Marshallese to treat (patients) by themselves, for the way they prepare medications is unsanitary and also they usurp the people's right to do so. S8kōtḷọk
186.Wa ko ededḷọk aer tōkeakḷọk ijeṇ.The ships have already arrived there.ijeṇ
187.Wa ko kaṇ eṃōj aer jidaaktokThose canoes have already arrived.jidaak
188.Waini eo eṇ eṃōj aer joniake ñan pinniep.That grated copra has been pressed for oil.joniak
189.Wāween aer kōṃṃani, rej kibwiji ñan ñe epo dān innām jimeeṇe tōrerein ak apare tōrerein kōn kaajliiñ ak dekā bwe en jab rōṃ tōrerein im kōṃṃan an ettoon.The way they make them, they dig down until it is near water, then cement the sides but put a rim around it with an oil drum or stones so that the sides don’t crumble and make it dirty. S22apar

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