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armej
person; people; human being; folk; individual

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1.Āinwōt eṃṃan ainikien injin ṇe aṃ,” armej eo eba.The engine sounds good,” the person said. P449ainikie-
2.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
3.Injinia e, kōmiro Bojin kaatartar waj wa ṇe waadmān,” Kapen eo ekar ba innem wanlaḷ ḷọk ke ej lo ḷōḷḷap eo im irooj eo ippān armej ro ioon wab eo.Mr. Engineer, you and the Boatswain bring your boat up alongside that boat over there,” the Captain said and then climbed up when he saw the Old Man and the Chief standing with the other people on the pier. P1344atartar
4.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
5.Ṃottan wōt jet nuknuk ippān jet armej raar kwali.”I just have to pick up a few clothes I gave some people to wash.” P383kwaḷkoḷ
6.Naaa ḷakukkuk!” armej eo ej teeñki ekar libaake ḷọk kidu eo.Bad dog!” the person with the flashlight shooed away the dog. P177ubaak
7.Wōn ej ba eor armej i ān ṇe?” ekajjitōk.Who says there are any people on that island?” he asked P1242or
8.Ailuwaan tata armej in aelōñ in.The noisiest people are found in this atoll.ailuwannañnañ
9.Āinwot jejeraṃōl kōn an ejjeḷọk armej.We feel poor and lonely because we don't have people around.jeraṃōl
10.Aitwōnmejin ḷeo ear alikkar ippān aolep armej ijoHis imminent demise was apparent to everyone who was present.aitwōnmej
11.Ajokḷāin juon āne ekkā wōt an ejjeḷọk armej ej jokwe ie.There is usually no one living on either end of an island.ajokḷā
12.Ajoḷjoḷin armej bwe ej wōr wōt bween.It's the gnawing of a human because there's still some left on it.ajoḷjoḷ
13.Ak ña iḷak rōre ṃaan ḷọk ilo Bojin eo ej kōṃṃan kōjak ippān armej ro ijo ṃaan wa eo.I looked toward the front of the boat and saw the Boatswain joking around with some people there. P458kōjak
14.Ālikin eoreak eor kejota in kōjeṃḷọk iien būromej eṇ ñan armej eṇAfter the spreading of the gravel, there is an evening meal to bring to an end the time of mourning. S14iien būroṃōj
15.An aolep armej jerbal kōtak.Thatching a house is a community project.kōtak
16.An irooj eo lāj ekaaliñūrñūri armej ro an.The chief's anger made his people murmur.alñūrñūr
17.Aolep armej im iọkwe kōn an lelejkōnkōn (ellejkōnkōn).Everyone likes her because of her appealing personality.lelejkōnkōn
18.Aolep iien kwōj jeklepe armej.You always confront people with their faults.jeklep
19.Armej ear ejaak jān menin mour ko jet.Man evolved from other animals.ejaak
20.Armej in lọbwilej.A public figure.lọbwilej
21.Armej in ṃweeṇ reikrooḷ ippān doon.The people from that house are dissatisfied with each other.ikrooḷ
22.Armej jeedwaan eo eaar uññare ri-ṃweie eo kōnke ekwōle.The hungry tramp begged for food from the rich person.armej jeedwaan
23.Armej jeedwaan in ia raṇe?Where are those strangers from?armej jeedwaan
24.Armej jeedwaan rej jab ekkāālel.Strangers do not have a choice.armej jeedwaan
25.Armej jeedwaanin ro iānin raṇ rej kūtōltōl.The strangers on the island are now demonstrating and protesting.armej jeedwaan
26.Armej kijoñjoñ likao eo nejin Jọọn.John's young son was powerful.kijoñ
27.Armej pālu ḷeeṇThat's one tired guy!pālo
28.Armej rein ioon Epjā rej jerbal ilo Kuwajleen, jikin kōkeḷọk mijeḷ an rūttariṇae in Amedka.These people on Ebeye work at Kwajalein Island, site of missle launching of the American military. S1kālọk
29.Armej rein rej juon ḷōḷḷap, juon leḷḷap im juon jọdikdik.They are an old man, an old woman, and a young boy. P1260jọdikdik
30.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
31.Armej ro ioon wab eo rōkar loe im kōṃṃan ḷaan an maroñ kōnono tok.The people on the pier saw him and made way for him so he could speak. P452iaḷ
32.Armej ro raaikuj tata repād ijin.The most needy people are here.aikuj
33.Armej ro raar ejjeururḷọk ilo raan in Kūrijṃōj eo.The people were more excited during the Christmas festivities.jejeurur
34.Armej ro rōllotaanan raṇ.Those are the people who are always griping.lelotaan
35.Armej ro wōj ilo ān eṇ, enaaj kōjkāer ke emaat limeer dānnin idaak?What is going to be done about all the people at that island since they have run out of drinking water?kōjka-
36.Armej ro wōj ioon wab eo reiọkiọkwe tok kōmmān. Erwōj jokutbae tok.The people on the pier came over to bid us farewell. They all waved goodbye. P484iọkiọkwe
37.Armej wōtōmjejEverybody.wōtōmjej
38.Bwijin in armej eo e tok.Here comes a group of people.bwijin
39.Bwijin in armej ro wōj tok.Here come several groups of people.bwijin
40.E juon armej eo me eḷap an jouj.He is a person who is very kind.me
41.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
42.Ebbakkeke armej in aelōñ eṇ.The people from that always having yaws.bakke
43.Editōb wōt in armej.I've never seen a blacker individual.ditōb
44.Eidepdep armej ilo kweilọk eo.The meeting is crowded.idepdep
45.Eitileoñeoñ armej ilowaan ṃōn wia eo.A lot of people are milling around in the store.itileoñeoñ
46.Eitileoñeoñḷọk armej ñan ṃweeṇ ikkure pāājkōt bọọḷ ie.The people are milling around the place they are playing basketball.itileoñeoñ
47.Eitok em kōppaḷ armej ro kōn an jeḷā kajin Pālle.He returned and amazed the people with his knowledge of English.pepaḷ
48.Ej ba kōn an kar ri-Nippoñ ro itan ṃan ermān aolep ri-Ṃajeḷ ilo ān eo ermān baaṃle eo an rej jokwe ie ippān bar jet armej.He was saying the Japanese were going to kill all the Marshallese people on the island where his family and some other people were living. P979er
49.Ej jab aelọk uwaan kakūtōtō bwe epedet armej.He's obviously of a naughty sort because he's too forward in his actions.uwaan kakūtōtō
50.Ej juon armej eo ej jab allolo.He's a person who doesn't circulate.allolo
51.Ej ṃōj aerro kōbooj wa eo ippān wab eo ak Jema ekālōñḷọk ñan ioon wab eo im iọkiọkwe armej rowōjAs soon as they were done tying the boat to the pier Father jumped up onto the pier and started saying hello to everyone. P1345kā-
52.Ej tar bōōjōje naan ko ñan armej roHe is starting to spread the word to the people.bōōjōj
53.Ejaad pen kile jete armej i lowaan ṃweo ak ealikkar ke juon eo leḷḷap ie kōnke iroñ ainikien an ḷōḷḷap eo ba, Limen e, kwōn itōn kōṃṃan ḷọk kijen Injinia e im ḷadik e nejin.”It was somewhat hard to tell how many people were in the house, but it was obvious that one was an old woman because I heard the old man say, Honey, you should go make some food for the Engineer and his son.” P182Limen
54.Ejaje idik pein armej.He never shakes hands.idik
55.Ejaje rōrọọj (errọọj) armej.He never goads people.rōrọọj
56.Ejej armej āneeṇThere are no people in that island.ejej
57.Ejeḷā ṇae jabdewot armej.He cares about everybody.jeḷā ṇae
58.Ejeparujruj armej ñe ej iien jibadede iNaṃo.People on Namu get excited when they prepare to catch flying fish there.jibadede
59.Ejino aeñwāñwā ijo kōn armej.It was starting to get noisy from all the people. P149aeñwāñwā
60.Ejjabdaan lōñ armej in Ṃajōḷ keidi ñan Kuam.There are not as many Marshallese as there are Guamanians.ejjabdaan
61.Ejjeḷọk wōṇāān taktō ñan ri-jikuuḷ, im ñan armej ro jet, ewōr wōṇāān ak edik.Medical care is free for students, while others pay a modest fee. S7oṇea-
62.Ejouj im jeḷā lale armej.He is very kind and cares about people.jouj
63.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
64.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
65.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
66.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
67.Ekajjookok an jālleplep buḷōn armej roHe made a spectacle of himself lying face up in the crowd.jarleplep
68.Ekajoor atin ñan kōkōnono (ekkōnono) ñan armej.He's not afraid to speak to people.at
69.Ekkar ñan ṃantin aelōñ kein ri-aluej ej armej rot eṇ ej kọkkure ṃanet im al iraan wōjke kaṇ.According to traditional custom a person who sings upon trees commits a social blunder.aluej
70.Ekkārere armej iAwaiThe people of Hawaii are diverse.kōkārere
71.Elañe kwōj ruwamāejet ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ armej ro rej koba im bōkwōj ṃōñā im men-in-leḷọk ko ñan eok.If you are a newcomer to the Marshalls, the people gather and bring you food and gifts. S4ruwamāejet
72.Elañe kwōj ruwamāejet ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ armej ro rej koba im bōkwōj ṃōñā im men-in-leḷọk ko ñan eok.If you are a newcomer to the Marshalls, the people gather and bring you food and gifts. S4menin le-
73.Eḷap an jājjookok bwe emaroñ al make iaan ñan bwijin armej.He’s not shy because he can sing alone in front of a crowd.jājjookok
74.Eḷap an jejeplejlej (ejjeplejlej) armej in āneṇLots of people on that islet have contracted an STD.jeplej
75.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
76.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
77.Elōñ wōt iaan armej rein ejjeḷọk men eṇ rōkar bōktok ak rōkar itok wōt in lale im bwilōñ ke kōmij jerak.There were also many people who came with nothing and just wanted to see the boat and were surprised that it was going to sail. P444bwilōñ
78.Elukkuun kar boṇ ioon wab eo kōn armej.The pier was packed with people. P445boṇ
79.Elukkuun raelepe an armej ro jedeḷọk ñan erpoot eo im rōruṃwiji baḷuun eo im emootḷọk jān er.It was really late when the folks got started for the airport, and they were late and missed the plane. It was noon before the folks started for the airport, and they were late for the plane and missed it (it left without them).raelep
80.Eṃṃan ñe kwōnaaj aintok armej raṇeI would appreciate it if you gathered the people together.ñe
81.Emọ an jabdewōt armej deḷọñIt is forbidden for any person to enter.mọ
82.Emọ an jabdewōt armej etal ñan Kuwajleen.No one is permitted to go to Kwajalein.mọ
83.Eṃōj pānuk ioon wab eo kōn armej im rej ūlūl wōt jān doon, joñan an lōñ.There were so many people on the pier that they were standing shoulder to shoulder. P1339pānuk
84.Eṃōj pānuk ioon wab eo kōn armej im rej ūlūl wōt jān doon, joñan an lōñ.There were so many people on the pier that they were standing shoulder to shoulder. P1339ūlūl
85.Enana lowaarin armej.It is bad to make fun of people.lowaar
86.Enana memō (emmō) ilo wūntōōn ṃōn armej.It's not good to look into people's windows.
87.Enana wiik armej.It's impolite to goose anyone.wie
88.Enañin aolep armej ilo kemem eo rar ṃōñā kōn jepe.Most of the people in the birthday party ate from jepejepe
89.Eor tarrin joñoul rualitōk taujin armej ilo Ṃajeḷ rainin.There are in 1965 about eighteen thousand people in the Marshalls today. S3tarrin
90.Eor wōt jet armej raar itok ñan kweilọk eo.Only a few people came to the meeting.jet
91.Eortok armej ñan ṃwiinSomeone is coming toward this house.or
92.Epen an ri-akkōjdatdat iọkwe armej.It's hard for someone who constantly hates others to love them.akkōjdat
93.Eperōt armej kijak eṇ.That fellow is inconsiderate of everyone.pedet armej
94.Errein armej ro jaar kōttar er.These are the people we were waiting for.errein
95.Errukruk armej in jeṃaan.This person used to be covered with sores.ruk
96.Etke ej jab iọkiọkwe armej?Why doesn't he greet people?iọkiọkwe
97.Ewōr armej rej jokwe ilo jitrōkeañ eṇ.There are people staying at the northern end of the island that faces south.jitrōkeañ
98.Idike armej rot eṇ eeded.I despise a person who is nosey.eded
99.Iḷak baj rōre lik lọk Kapen eo ettōḷọk poub in kōnono ippān jet armej ijo ḷọkwan, turin jila eo.I looked to the back of the boat and saw the Captain back there busily talking to some people next to the tiller. P459ḷokwa-
100.Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7dedo
101.Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7bōbrae
102.Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7kōjparok
103.Ilo an armej bwijwōḷā ḷọk ej diñōjḷọk ānbwinnier. Ilo an armej bwijwōḷā ḷọk ej diñōjḷọk ānbwinnierAs people grow old their bodies begin to shrivel.diñōjḷọk
104.Ilo an armej bwijwōḷā ḷọk ej diñōjḷọk ānbwinnier. Ilo an armej bwijwōḷā ḷọk ej diñōjḷọk ānbwinnierAs people grow old their bodies begin to shrivel.diñōjḷọk
105.Ilo iien in, armej rej kōṃṃan bwiro.During this season, people make preserved breadfruit. S28bwiro
106.Innem juon armej eteeñki tok im rome kōṃro.Then a person came out with a flashlight and shone it on us. P176teeñki
107.Irooj eo ear kakienḷọk ñan armej ro doon.The king issued an ordinance for his subjects to live by.kien
108.Jab inepata bwe Anij enaaj ṇawijkinen ad jerbal ñan e im armej ro an.Do not worry as God will provide the tools we need to do the work for him and his people.ṇawijkinen
109.Jab lo ṇotaan armej.Don't criticize others.ṇota
110.Jeblaak in wa enāj bar jebḷaak, jeblaak in armej eban bar jebḷaak.Proverb: The ship that leaves will return, but the person who leaves (dies) will never return.jeblaak
111.Jejjo wōt armej ilo āneeṇThere are only a few people on that islet.jejjo
112.Jema ear kile ippān make ke ḷeo ej itōn kajjitōk wa eo waan ej kain armej rot eṇ epen ṃweien kōnke eḷap an tiljek im kōjparok.Father realized that the man who owned the boat who he was going to ask for his boat was a frugal kind of guy, because he was very careful and protective of the boat. P22itōn
113.Jema ebar idik pein irooj eo im iọkiọkwe ḷọk ḷōḷḷap eo kab armej ro jet ijo.Father shook the Chief’s hand and said goodbye to the Old Man and a few other people who where there. P474idik
114.Jenaaj kōjjemọọje ṃani kein ekkar ñan joñan armej.We'll appropriate the money according to population.kōjjemọọj
115.Jerbal eo aṃ ej kajjijet armej ilo kwelọk in.Your job is to seat people at the meeting.jijet
116.Jerbal in wūnook armej an jejjo wōt.Practicing traditional medicine is reserved for a select few. S8jejjo
117.Jerbal in wūnook armej an jejjo wōt.Practicing traditional medicine is reserved for a select few. S8wūno
118.Jet armej eḷap aer ineeṃṃan.Some people don't have anything to worry about.ineeṃṃan
119.Jet rej ba armej bar menninmour.Some people say that man is also an animal.menninmour
120.Jete armej in ṂajōḷWhat is the population of the Marshalls?jete
121.Joñan an pedet armej, edeḷọñ im kọkkure kweilọk eo.He's so forward, he went in and broke up the meeting.pedet armej
122.Juon im rājet ñan juon armej.One and a half breadfruit for each person.juon im rājet
123.Juon irooj ej aikuj oṇaake armej ro an.A king must provide for his people.oṇaak
124.Juon uweo jekad ejok ioon buwae ṇe iōñ, ak jet roro armej ioon parijet rej jeeaaḷ tok.I saw a black noddy land on the northern buoy and some people on the shore beckoning to us. P523jekad
125.Kaietḷọk kijen juon armej.Make the amount of food for each person smaller.iiet
126.Ke ear kōnono ñan armej ro, Būreejtōn Obama ear ba, "Koṃwin aolep tok bwe kannin laḷ jok!"In his speech to the people, President Obama said, "You all come; the food is sufficient for everyone." kannin laḷ jok
127.Ke ej ju kijek eo, eddejdej armej.When the fire broke out, people were running in all directions.dej
128.Ke ej waḷọk lōñ tak jān ruuṃwin injin eo, juon armej elaṃōjeWhen he came up from the engine room, someone yelled over to him. P448laṃōj
129.Ke erro kar juur tarkijet ebaj waḷọk tok jilu armej jān ejja mejate eo wōt erro kar diwōj tok jāne.As soon as the two of them stepped onto the beach three more people appeared on the path where Father and the Boatswain had come out. P1259jān
130.Ke kōṃro ej epaake ḷọk ṃōn irooj eo, juon armej elaṃōje ḷọk kōṃro.When we were getting close to the chief’s house, a person yelled to us. P226epaak
131.Ke kōṃro ej epaake ḷọk ṃōn irooj eo, juon armej elaṃōje ḷọk kōṃro.When we were getting close to the chief’s house, a person yelled to us. P226ej
132.Kien eo an Amedka ej jipañ armej rein bwe ren wōnṃaanḷọk im bōk jikier ippān laḷ ko jet.The American government is helping these people move forward and take their place among other countries. S3wōnṃaanḷọk
133.Kiiō aolep al jān aolep aelōñ rej jañ ilo mejatoto im armej remaroñ in kālet ko rōkōṇaan, ko rōṃṃan, ak ko renana.Now all songs from all islands are heard on the air, and people can choose those they like—those that are good and those that are not. S26mejatoto
134.Kiiō armej in aelōñ ko ilikin rejjab aikuj in kōttar wa bwe ren eọroñ ennaan.Now people on outer islands don’t need to await the arrival of a ship so that they can hear news. S26eọroñ
135.Kiiō armej in aelōñ ko ilikin rejjab aikuj in kōttar wa bwe ren eọroñ ennaan.Now people on outer islands don’t need to await the arrival of a ship so that they can hear news. S26nenaan
136.Koṃwin jab kōṇaan ruruwe armej.Don't ever say bad things about people.ruruwe
137.Koṃwin ḷōmṇak kōn armej em jab mejel kilimi.Be considerate and don't be so presumptuous.mejel kil
138.Kōn an kar mejinede ro ḷōmṇak bwe wūno in Ṃajeḷ ej jerbal kōn anijnij, raar jab kanooj ṃōṇōṇō in kōtḷọk an armej kōjerbaleBecause the missionaries thought that Marshallese medicine involved sorcery, they were not very happy to permit people to use it. S8mejinede
139.Kōn an kar mejinede ro ḷōmṇak bwe wūno in Ṃajeḷ ej jerbal kōn anijnij, raar jab kanooj ṃōṇōṇō in kōtḷọk an armej kōjerbaleBecause the missionaries thought that Marshallese medicine involved sorcery, they were not very happy to permit people to use it. S8anijnij
140.Kōn an kar mejinede ro ḷōmṇak bwe wūno in Ṃajeḷ ej jerbal kōn anijnij, raar jab kanooj ṃōṇōṇō in kōtḷọk an armej kōjerbaleBecause the missionaries thought that Marshallese medicine involved sorcery, they were not very happy to permit people to use it. S8kōtḷọk
141.Kōnke kajin Ṃajeḷ ear jab pād ilo peba ṃae iien eo ear itok ri-pālle, ej jab kanooj lōñ armej rej mour wōt kiiō rejeḷā inọñ ko an ri-Ṃajeḷ.Because the Marshallese language wasn’t put into writing until Westerners came, not many people living today know the legends of the Marshallese people. S13inọñ
142.Kwe kar baj ri-kaakāik wōt armej.You like to make it difficult for others; don't you.akā
143.Kwe rūkōjerbal armej innem kwōj aikuj jeḷā kuṇaaṃ ñan rijerbal ro aṃ.You're an employer of human beings; therefore you must know how to treat your employees as such.ri-kōjerbal armej
144.Kwōj tōmak ke ewōr anin armej?Do you believe that people have souls?an
145.Kwōn jab būroñ bwe armej enaaj mijak eok.Don't talk harshly or people will be afraid of you.būroñ
146.Kwōn jab ñabñab bwe armej renāj ba koñak ṃanōtDon't eat so voraciously or people will think you have no manners.ñabñab
147.Kwōn jab peejneje armej kōn waj nana kaṇe.Stop cheating people with those poor quality watches.peejnej
148.Kwōn jab peejneje armej kōn waj nana kaṇe.Stop cheating people with those poor quality watches.kōn
149.Kwōn jab rọklep bwe elōñ armej.Don't scoop up too much and be considerate of the others.rọklep
150.Ḷadik eo eṇ ibwiljin armej raṇ wōj.The boy is in the midst of all those people.bwilji-
151.Lale bwe armej rōkein kōḷḷapḷap.Beware of exaggerations.kōḷḷapḷap
152.Ḷeeṇ ej juon armej eperanHe is a brave fellow.peran
153.Ḷeeṇ ej juon armej erreo būruon.He's an honest man.bōro
154.Ḷeeṇ epālu ioon armej roHe's an important person.pālu
155.Lilu (illu) eo an ekaakōjdate ippān armej roHis anger made the people hate him.akkōjdat
156.Ḷōḷḷap eo ear arrome wōt an armej eo deḷọñ tok.The old man could hardly recognize the person who came in.arrom
157.Mājro ej ijo jeban kien eo an Ṃajeḷ im elōñ armej jān kajjojo aelōñ ko ilikin rej jokwe ie.Majuro is the seat lit. the head of the Marshalls government, and many people from each of the outer islands live there. S1jeban
158.Men kein rej kōjerbali ñan iien eoreak, jiljino raan ālikin an armej eṇ mej im iien eo rej tōmak bwe ri-mej eṇ ej jerkakpeje.These things are used for the time of spreading the gravel,” six days after the time of death, when they believe that the dead rise. S14jerkakpeje
159.Ṃokta ear kanooj pen an juon al buñbuñ kōn an iiet armej eṇ ej roñ.Before, it was difficult for a song to be well known, because there were few people who heard it. S26buñbuñ
160.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
161.Ṃōttan bar jet tok armej im jemarōñ etal.A few more people and we can go.bar jet
162.Ṃweiuk kein rej likūt ioon lōb eo ñan an armej tōptōpThese gifts are laid on the grave as gifts for the people to take home. S14tōptōp
163.Ñe armej rej kōṇaan kato an ek pād, rej jọọḷ im kōṃṃan ek jọọḷ ak atiti im kōṃṃan ek ṃōṇakṇakIf people want to presesrve fish, they salt them and make salted fish, or smoke them and make dried fish. S27to
164.Ñe armej rej kōṇaan kato an ek pād, rej jọọḷ im kōṃṃan ek jọọḷ ak atiti im kōṃṃan ek ṃōṇakṇakIf people want to presesrve fish, they salt them and make salted fish, or smoke them and make dried fish. S27jọọḷ
165.Ñe armej rej kōṇaan kato an ek pād, rej jọọḷ im kōṃṃan ek jọọḷ ak atiti im kōṃṃan ek ṃōṇakṇakIf people want to presesrve fish, they salt them and make salted fish, or smoke them and make dried fish. S27ñe
166.Ñe armej rej kōṇaan kato an ek pād, rej jọọḷ im kōṃṃan ek jọọḷ ak atiti im kōṃṃan ek ṃōṇakṇakIf people want to presesrve fish, they salt them and make salted fish, or smoke them and make dried fish. S27ṃōṇakṇak
167.Ñe juon armej ej mej ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, men in ej juon iien kwelọk tok an ro nukun, ro jeran, im aolep ro rejeḷā kajjien.When someone dies in the Marshalls, this is a time for the coming together of their family, friends, and everyone who knew them. S14kijjie-
168.Nuuj eo kōn taibuun eo ej itok ear kaṃṃōḷōik armej in aelōñ eo.The news of the typhoon coming made the people of the atoll excited.eṃṃōḷō
169.Raaini armej ro ṇa iturin ṃōn ko eo.The people were assembled near the shelter.ain
170.Raan kein armej rej ṇaiṃōn lōb ko libōn ri-mej ro aer.Nowadays people are providing shelter for the graves of their dead.ṇaiṃōn
171.Raar kōjerbal ñan wūno ñe rej pukot nañinmej rot eo an juon armej, wūno ta eo ekkar, ia eo wūno eo epād ie, kab wōn eo ekkar ñan leḷọk wūno eo.It was used in medicine for diagnosing the sickness of a person, what medicine to use, where to find the medicine, and whose responsibility it was to apply the medicine. S21wūno
172.Rej kañaltok armej kōn aer aerṃweṃwe.People are attracted to them because they're always looking out for others as relatives.aerṃwe
173.Rej kattulọk armej iarThey are dunking people in the lagoon.tulọk
174.Rejeḷā ke ri-kaaddeboulul armej kōrā eṇ.They are aware of the fact that that woman causes people to get giddy.addeboulul
175.Ri-aje eo eḷak pikūri aje eo nājin, eḷọkjān an armej roWhen the drummer started beating on his drum the audience was amazed.aje
176.Ri-ba pata etan armej eo ṇeHe is the one who always calls people's names for nothing.ba pata
177.Ri-baakitoto armej raṇThose people always have yaws.bakkito
178.Ri-kaailparok armej ej jab eṃṃan.Being burdensome to people is not acceptable.ailparok
179.Ri-kaajoweweik armej eo ṇeThat's him who makes people whistle continuouslyajwewe
180.Ri-kaaḷḷañ armej eo eaar jab jokwōdin kōṃṃane jerbal eo an.He never ceased to make the spectators agape.aḷḷañ
181.Ri-kaiñ ro eṃōj aer kaiñ aolep armej kōn taibuun eo ej itok.The messengers have informed everybody about the typhoon coming.kaiñ
182.Ri-ṇalimen armej ej aikuj in jouj.A provider of drink needs to be a kind person.ṇalimen
183.Ri-pepe ro ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ rej kwelọktok ñan Mājro aolep iiō im etali kien ko im bar kōṃṃan kien ekkar ñan aikuj ko im kōṇaan ko an armej ro i ṂajeḷThe Marshallese legislators assemble at Majuro each year and review the laws and also pass laws to meet the needs and proclamations of the Marshallese people. S15kweilọk
184.Ta eṇ ear kajejeik armej raṇWhat makes those people get the disease?jeje
185.Ta eo ear katūkanneik tipñōl eo bwe en maroñ ektake tok joñan lōñin armej eoWhat enabled the outrigger canoe to ferry that many people here?tūkanne
186.Ta ṇe ej kajjeururi armej raṇWhat are those folks excited about?jejeurur
187.Ta ṇe ekōmṃan bwe en kaitileoñeoñ armej ilo ṃōn wia eṇ?Why are a lot of people milling around in the store?itileoñeoñ
188.Taibuun ear kōjeraṃōl armej roThe typhoon made the people poor.jeraṃōl
189.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
190.Unin ruj kōn an armej aeñwāñwā ioon wab eo.The reason I woke up was because of the people chattering on the dock. P258kōn
191.Wōn ear kilaaktok armej reinWho is responsible for these people being here?kilaak

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