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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. [P804]pepepe
2.Aaet ij ememej wōt ekkatak ko an irooj eo kōjro kar bōk arro jeḷā ippān,” Jema eba ñan ḷōḷḷap eo.“Yes, I still remember what our chief taught us when we studied with him,” Father said to the old man. [P123]katak
3.Āinwōt ej jab jokwōd an waḷọk bwijerro ñan kōjeañ,” Bojin eo eba.“It seems like we've had our fair share of misfortunes,” the Boatswain said. [P1174]jokwōd
4.Āinwōt ej jab jokwōd an waḷọk bwijerro ñan kōjeañ,” Bojin eo eba.“It seems like we've had our fair share of misfortunes,” the Boatswain said. [P1174]bwijerro
5.Āinwōt eṃṃan ainikien injin ṇe aṃ,” armej eo eba.“The engine sounds good,” the person said. [P449]ainikie-
6.Āinwōt irrā ilo ḷōmṇak e an Injinia,” Bojin eo eba ḷọk ñan Kapen eo.“I agree with the Engineer,” the Boatswain said to the Captain. [P895]rōrā
7.Ak āinwōt iar eñjake ṇoin likin Pikeej ke ej joraantak, ṃoktaḷọk jidik jān an kun,” Jema eba.“But I’m sure I felt the Pikeej island ocean side waves at dawn, just a little while before it shut off,” Father said. [P792]joraantak
8.Ak jen ḷak jerake wūjḷā e kōto in enaaj peọọte,” Bojin eo eba.“And if we put up the sail, the wind will just rip it up,” the Boatswain said. [P726]peoeo
9.Ak kwōmeḷọkḷọk injin e ke?” Jema eba.“Have you forgotten about the engine?” Father said. [P541]meḷọkḷọk
10.Aḷe, iọkwe,” Bojin eo eba.“Well, man, my sympathies,” the Boatswain said. [P1074]aḷe
11.Aḷe, iọkwe,” Bojin eo eba.“Well, man, my sympathies,” the Boatswain said. [P1074]iọkwe
12.Alikkar ke eor bwe ebaatat,” Jema eba.“I know there are because I can see smoke,” Father said. [P1243]baatat
13.Ātet kijōṃ ṃokta, nejū,” Jema eba.“Serve yourself first, Son,” said Father. [P376]ātet
14.Baib kaṇe rej aikuj jaḷjaḷ kiin wōt bwe kwōn karreoiki,” Kapen eo eba.“The pipes need to come off now so you can clean them,” the Captain said. [P643]rōreo
15.Baibōḷ ej ba, Eṃṃan pokake jān katok’,” Bojin eo eba tok eoon in ñan ña“The Bible says, ‘Obedience is better than sacrifice,’” the Boatswain responded to me with this verse. [P1210]eoon
16.Bar teiñi tok ṃōk keikōb ṇe kōn dānnin lọjet,” Jema eba tok“Fill up that bucket with sea water,” he said. [P1167]keikōb
17.Bar teiñi tok ṃōk keikōb ṇe kōn dānnin lọjet,” Jema eba tok“Fill up that bucket with sea water,” he said. [P1167]kekōb
18.Bōbōk tok petkōj,” Kapen eo eba.“Bring over some biscuits,” the Captain said. [P960]bōbōk
19.Bojin e, atok ṃōk ippān jebwe e bwe in wōnṃaan waj,” Kapen eo eba.“Mr. Boatswain, come steer so I can go down there,” the Captain said. [P632]atok
20.Bojin e, etal im pukoti nuknuk ko aṃ bwe inaaj ḷaajiñi menọknọk kaṇe ioon teek,” Jema eba.“Mr. Boatswain, go get your clothes while I lash down the things lying loose on deck,” Father said. [P407]ḷaajiñ
21.Bojin e, kwōj ja pād wōt ilo jebwe ṇe bwe ij ja itōn lale eita,” Jema eba.“Mr. Boatswain, you stay here at the wheel while I go down and see what’s going on,” Father said. [P1085]ja
22.Bojin e, kwōjeḷā ke ej jab kāānin kiaj men eo kwaar letok,” Jema eba ke ej rome baib eo ekar jeḷate.“Mr. Boatswain, that wasn’t a gas can you gave me,” Father said as he shined a light on the pipe he had removed. [P625]kāān
23.Bōlen ear ejja bajjek,” Jema eba.“Maybe he was talking in his sleep,” Father said. [P1091]jeja
24.Bōlen eṃṃan ñe kōjjel jino ākto aḷaḷ kiin ṇa i lọjet im pojak ñan ñe eraan im merame mejān Injinia ñan an ṃadṃōde injin ṇe,” Kapen eo eba.“Maybe we should start unloading some of this lumber into the water so that we’ll be ready when there’s enough light for the Engineer to see and start fixing the engine,” the Captain said. [P668]ṃadṃōd
25.Bōlen eṃṃan ñe kwōjab kōbaatat ijin,” Jema eba.“Maybe it’s better if you don’t smoke here,” Father said. [P770]kōbaatat
26.Bwe enaaj ewi wāween an waḷọk aḷ ke ebọṇ ḷam jako lañ,” Bojin eo eba.“How is the sun supposed to come out in this terrible weather," the Boatswain said. [P661] [when the sun is totally obstructed by storm clouds and is invisible]boṇ
27.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. [P401]jolōt
28.Bwe jejaje koṃro en kar kōṇaan ke ṃōñā, ke raij im kuwat kōjota e am iṃwiin,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.“I didn’t know if you guys were going to want to eat; our family had rice and tinned meat for supper,” the old man said. [P189]jaje
29.Bwe ñe enaaj Epatōn kwōj ba jej bar jepḷaak,” Bojin eo eba.“If it’s Epatōn you’re saying we are on our way back,” the Boatswain said. [P1198]jepḷaak
30.Dāpij wōt,” Jema eba.“Keep holding him,” Father said. [P1162]dāpij
31.Ebaj to ak ijeḷā ke ebōd ḷōmṇak eo bwe Jema ediwōj tok im ḷak baj lo an āindeeo eba, Eiiaḷañe.”It had been a while, but I knew my thinking was wrong because when Father came out to where I was and saw the same thing, he said, “The moon is coming up.” [P222]diwōj
32.Ebwe etal,” eba.“I think only one person needs to go,” he said. [P1275]bwe
33.Ebwe ṇe an injin ṇe kōmmāāṇāṇ,” Jema eba ḷọkin jet minitin an injin eo jọ.“The engine is warm enough now,” Father said after the engine had been running for a few minutes. [P335]māāṇāṇ
34.Ebwe ṇe bwe emeḷak ije kiiō,” Jema eba im jino jaḷjaḷ baib.“That’ll do, because there’s enough space down here now,” Father said as he started to take apart the pipes. [P713]meḷak
35.Ededeḷọk ektak im jabdewōt, kiin kōmij kōttar an jiljino awa bwe kōmmān en ṃōkōr ḷọk,” Kapen eo eba.“Everything is loaded up and ready to go; now we are just waiting until 6 o’clock and we’ll get going,” the Captain said. [P430]ṃōkōr
36.Ededeḷọk tok ṃweiemro ḷe nejū,” Jema eba.“My son and I already have our things on board,” Father said. [P381]ṃweiuk
37.Ededeḷọk tok ṃweiemro ḷe nejū,” Jema eba.“My son and I already have our things on board,” Father said. [P381]ḷe
38.Ej eṃṃan wōt itokin,” Bojin eo eba innem ettōñ.“Everything is fine,” the Boatswain said and then chuckled. [P762]itok
39.Ej jañin kar or etan ak ij ḷōmṇak eṃṃan ñe jenaaj ṇa etan Likabwiro jān kiiō im wōnṃaan ḷọk,” eba.“It doesn’t have a name yet but I was thinking it would be good if we called it Likabwiro from now on,” he said. [P329]Likabwiro
40.Ej jañin kar or etan ak ij ḷōmṇak eṃṃan ñe jenaaj ṇa etan Likabwiro jān kiiō im wōnṃaan ḷọk,” eba.“It doesn’t have a name yet but I was thinking it would be good if we called it Likabwiro from now on,” he said. [P329]kar
41.Ej rọọl tok wōt ak ijiroñ ḷọk bwe jen baj lale ta eo eba annen jab in,” eba.“Once he's back, I’ll tell him and we’ll see what he has to say about it this time around,” he replied. [P414]annen
42.Ej rọọl tok wōt ak ijiroñ ḷọk bwe jen baj lale ta eo eba annen jab in,” eba.“Once he's back, I’ll tell him and we’ll see what he has to say about it this time around,” he replied. [P414]annen
43.Ejako emeḷak,” Jema eba.“It’s not that cluttered now,” Father said. [P705]meḷak
44.Ejjeḷọk jorrāān,” Jema eba.“Nothing’s the matter,” Father said. [P587]jorrāān
45.Ejjeḷọk ruōn aḷaḷ im tiin kein,” Jema eba.“The lumber and tin are not to blame,” Father said. [P1129]ruo-
46.Ejjeḷọk wōd ak metaltōl wōt jān ijin im etal,” Bojin eo eba im to laḷ tak jān raan kiju eo ke ekar jure ṃaan wa eo ie.“There are no more coral heads so it will be smooth sailing from here on out,” the Boatswain said as he came down from the top of the mast where he had been watching for coral heads up ahead. [P504]jejor
47.Ejọ injin e,” Bojin eo eba tok ñan ña“The engine is running,” the Boatswain said to me. [P323]jọ
48.Ekiki,” Jema eba.“He’s asleep,” Father said. [P1072]kiki
49.Ekwe bar wajjikōt in,” Kapen eo eba ilo an kōrraat.“Now where to this time,” the Captain said in disapproval. [P426]jikōt
50.Ekwe ebajjeet ke ejijjet ḷọk jidik,” Jema eba.“Now that seems to be more like it,” Father said. [P546]jejjet
51.Ekwe ebwe in ak koṃro lukkuun etale ta ej aikuj kōpopo ioon wa in bwe kiin ej etal ñan jilu awa,” Kapen eo eba.“Okay, that’s enough of that; you two need to figure out what else we need to prepare on the boat because it’s almost three o’clock,” the Captain said. [P403]etale
52.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. [P399]to
53.Ekwe eṃōj ṇe bwe emoot ḷọk eo kain ak jen ḷōmṇake dānnin idaak,” Jema eba.“Okay, that’s enough of that; let’s just move forward and think about getting ourselves some drinking water,” Father said. [P1212]ḷōmṇak
54.Ekwe eṃōj ṇe bwe emoot ḷọk eo kain ak jen ḷōmṇake dānnin idaak,” Jema eba.“Okay, that’s enough of that; let’s just move forward and think about getting ourselves some drinking water,” Father said. [P1212]dān
55.Ekwe ij ja ajādik tok ṃōk ñan wa eṇ im eọroñ ennaan,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.“Ok, for now I’m going to wander over to that boat and find out what’s going on,” the old man said. [P133]ajādik
56.Ekwe ikar jab baj kakkōt mejōk ioon lọjet ilo awa ṇe kwōj ba, ak āinwōt epen tōmak ke joñan de in admān tōtoḷọk jān Likiep,” Kapen eo eba.“Well I didn’t look very carefully at the ocean at that time, but I have a hard time believing we are that far away from Likiep,” the Captain said. [P796]tōtoḷọk
57.Ekwe iwōj,” eba.“Okay, I’m coming,” he said. [P555]iwōj
58.Ekwe jen etal wōt im eakto,” Kapen eo eba.“Okay, let’s keep unloading,” the Captain said. [P707]etal
59.Ekwe jerake wūjḷā ṇe kōjmān jibadek jidik,” Kapen eo eba.“Put up the sail so we can be on our way,” the Captain said. [P1294]jibadek
60.Ekwe kōjmān tar āne waj,” eba.“Okay, let’s sail toward the island,” he said. [P1247]tar
61.Ekwe koṃeañ etal wōt im jerak, ak kab lale ṃōk ke koṃ naaj bar pe tok im eọtōk iaelōñ in,” Irooj eo eba.“Okay, go ahead and sail, but you are just going to drift and end up back here where you started,” the chief said. [P253]pe-
62.Ekwe kōṃro ej ja ajādik tok ñan ippān,” Jema eba.“Okay, the two of us are going to wander over to him,” Father said. [P205]ja
63.Ekwe lale kwaar atowaani,” Jema eba.“Yeah, don’t underestimate their strength,” Father said. [P1051]atowaan
64.Ekwe, aolep baib ikar jeḷati im boṇ,” Jema eba.“Well, all the pipes I have taken off so far are clogged,” Father said. [P724]im
65.Ekwe, ekwe, kwōn kōnnaan ak en jab bōjrak aṃ jebjeb tok aḷaḷ,” Kapen eo eba.“Okay, okay, you can talk but don’t stop passing me the lumber,” the Captain said. [P754]kōnnaan
66.Eḷaññe kokadikḷọk aṃ ṃōṃōkadkad im jab kōmarōk wōt kukure, kwōnaaj jeḷā ia eo Jeṃaṃ epād ie aolep iien,” Kapen eo eba tok“If you didn’t wander around so much and play until it gets dark, you would always know where your Father is,” the Captain said to me. [P50]marok
67.Emaroñ Epatōn,” Jema eba.“It might be Epatōn,” Father said. [P1197]maroñ
68.Eṃṃan ippa,” Bojin eo eba. “Im ñe je ḷoor ḷōmṇak in, ekwe jen ṃōkaj ṃokta jān an wōtlọk utọr ṇe bwe enaaj ejjeḷọk iien.“It sounds good to me,” the Boatswain said, “but if that’s the plan, let’s do it quickly before the storm starts up; we don’t have much time. [P739]utọr
69.Eṃṃan wōt an jejḷọk ṇo,” Kapen eo eba.“It’s not that wavy, which is good,” the Captain said. [P526]ejjeḷọk
70.Eṃṃan wōt in raan,” Jema eba.“This is a great day,” Father said. [P302]raan
71.Eṃōj kiiō ta ṇe koṃro loe tok ñan kōj?” eba.“So what do you figure we should do?” he said. [P735]ṃōj
72.Eṃōj ṇe aṃ añḷap bwe enaaj ṃōṃan,” Kapen eo eba.“Stop exaggerating. It’s going to be fine,” the Captain replied. [P701]añḷap
73.En baj lōñ wōt ṇe petkōj kwōbōk tok ke eaetok peḷọk in,” Bojin eo eba im bwilik ṃaan meme eo.“I hope there are a lot of biscuits left because we are going to be drifting for a while yet,” the Boatswain said as he started to eat. [P965]bōk
74.Enañin to amiro itan kọruj eō?” eba.“How long were you two going to wait before waking me up?” he said. [P1231]nañin
75.Eo ḷe,” Bojin eo eba.“Here you go,” the Boatswain said. [P578]eo
76.Eo waj ḷe ḷadik eṇ,” eba ke ej letok.“Here you go, boy,” he said as he handed them to me. [P265]waj
77.Eor wōt ṃōṃanin!” eba.“It’s just great!” he said. [P419]ṃōṃan
78.Iien eo jeañ kar lo baḷuun in kōjeañ pād de i rilikin Kuwajleen,” eba.“When we saw that plane we were just to the west of Kwajalein,” he said. [P1203]jeañ
79.Iien eo jeañ kar lo baḷuun in kōjeañ pād de i rilikin Kuwajleen,” eba.“When we saw that plane we were just to the west of Kwajalein,” he said. [P1203]kōjeañ
80.Ij ba kōjeañ jerak tak waj wōt bar jidik,” Jema eba.“I think we need to keep sailing eastward a little longer,” Father said. [P891]waj
81.Ij ba kōjeañ jerak tak waj wōt bar jidik,” Jema eba.“I think we need to keep sailing eastward a little longer,” Father said. [P891]tak
82.Ijeṇeṇe iōñ i rilik,” eba.“Over there to the northwest,” he said. [P1105]ijeṇeṇe
83.Ikar ba kōjmān kar pād wōt i liklaḷin Likiep ṃokta jān adeañ kar kabbwe,” Jema eba.“I said we were still on the lee side of Likiep before we turned downwind,” Father said. [P920]liklaḷ
84.Iloi,” Bojin eo eba im bōk jebwe eo jān Kapen eo im jarōk juon alin ṃur“I see them,” the Boatswain said as he took the wheel from the Captain and started an ancient navigator's chant. [P509]lelo
85.Ilukkuun ṃōk in añōtñōt bwe kōṃro en rọọl ak eñin kōṃro kab pād de ijin im kūrroḷọk wōt,” leḷḷap eo eba.“I’m really tired of begging that we go back, but here we are just staying and getting more gout,” the old woman said. [P197]kūrro
86.Inaaj aikuj lo ḷọk ālikin lo waj koṃeañ iṃweeṇ,” Jema eba.“I will need to visit him after I see you guys home,” Father said. [P127]eṃ
87.Iñak,” eba.“I don’t know,” he said. [P296]ñak
88.Injinia eo ṇe meto tak,” Bojin eo eba.“Here comes the Engineer,” the Boatswain said. [P1286]tok
89.Iññā, ak āinwōt ebaj ettoḷọk,” Bojin eo eba.“Yeah, but it seems like it’s really far away,” the Boatswain said. [P1107]tōtoḷọk
90.Iññā,” Jema eba, “Ikar lo wōt an Bojin karpeni potak jiddik ko ie raan eo ḷọk. Ak …”“Yes,” Father said. “I saw the Boatswain patching up some little tears the other day. But …” [P422]karpen
91.Iọkwe eok ḷōmen,” Jema eba.“Hi guys,” Father said. [P101]iọkwe
92.Iọkwe eok,” Kapen eo eba.“Hello to you,” the Captain said. [P71]eok
93.Iọkwe koṃ iṃwiin,” Jema eba ke kōṃro ej delọñ ḷọk“Hello, everyone in this house,” Father said when we entered. [P180]iṃwiin
94.Iọkwi men kein ñe rōḷokwan ektake kōjeañ ak rejab ektaki,” Jema eba.“It would be a shame if they were able to haul us but not all this stuff,” Father said. [P1127]iọkwe
95.Ioḷe ilju kōjjel Bojin kanne wa in kōn jọkpej ko adjel,” Kapen eo eba.“Alright, tomorrow together with the Boatswain we will fill this boat with our scrap,” the Captain said.ad
96.Ioḷe jera e, letok peiūṃ bwe koṃwij tan etal kiiō,” eba im jaake tok pein.“Well my friend, let me shake your hand because it looks like you are leaving now,” he said as he reached out his hand. [P472]
97.Ioḷe, ej ja wōt eo iaar ba ñan kwe,” ḷeo juon eba.“Hey, man, it’s like I told you,” the other man said. [P158]ḷe
98.Ipoub ilo jebwe e,” Bojin eo eba.“I am busy steering,” the Boatswain said. [P518]poub
99.Jaab ān eo wōt ṇe i ṃaan ak ej ettoḷọk wōt ñan ad maroñ loe,” Jema eba.“There’s no sign of land ahead and it’s going to be a while before we see any,” Father said. [P872]jaab
100.Jab kijer in eṃṃakūtkūt bwe kōjro kōmaat ḷọk kāān in ṇa lowaan tāāñ e, innem kwōmaroñ jino aṃ ānen,” Jema eba tok“Don’t move yet. We need to empty the rest of this can into the engine and then you can continue bailing water,” Father said. [P602]maat
101.Jab mijak,” eba tok“Don’t be afraid,” he told me. [P1094]mijak
102.Jebjeb tok im ni, ḷadik eṇ,” Kapen eo eba.“Bring me some breadfruit and coconut, Boy,” the Captain said. [P1277]jebjeb
103.Jej ja kōttar jidik,” Jema eba.“Let’s wait a little while,” Father said. [P1110]ja
104.Jejaajmi wōt,” Kapen eo eba.“It will be good for sashimi,” the Captain said. [P1307]jaajmi
105.Jekdọọn ak ij tōn kōkaḷḷe ñan baḷuun eṇ bwe en kōjjeḷā ke jepeḷọk,” Bojin eo eba im kōpoje kein kōjjarom eo.“It doesn’t matter; I am still going to signal the plane to let them know we have lost our way,” the Boatswain said as he prepared the flare. [P938]kōpopo
106.Jekdọọn ak ij tōn kōkaḷḷe ñan baḷuun eṇ bwe en kōjjeḷā ke jepeḷọk,” Bojin eo eba im kōpoje kein kōjjoram eo.“It doesn’t matter; I am still going to signal the plane to let them know we have lost our way,” the Boatswain said as he prepared the flare. [P938]kein kōjjoram
107.Jibwi waj dao adeañ jān rūtto ānin.” Bojin eo eba im jibwe lōñ tak pāāk eo ke kōrkōr eo ekar atartar tok ippān wa eo.“I’m passing up some food the people on the island sent over,” the Boatswain said and passed up the bag as the canoe came up alongside the boat. [P1268]jibwe
108.Jibwi waj dao adeañ jān rūtto ānin.” Bojin eo eba im jibwe lōñ tak pāāk eo ke kōrkōr eo ekar atartar tok ippān wa eo.“I’m passing up some food the people on the island sent over,” the Boatswain said and passed up the bag as the canoe came up alongside the boat. [P1268]dao
109.Jiljilimjuon awa kiin,” Kapen eo eba ke ej lale waj eo nejin.“Seven o’clock now,” the Captain said as he looked at his watch. [P291]nāji-
110.Joḷọk bōd ak ej jab jerbal awa e,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.“I’m sorry, but that clock doesn’t work,” the old man said. [P212]awa
111.Joñan adeañ kar lo to, enañin juon wiikin adeañ jeek reeaar,” Jema eba.“We were so far out westward that it’s taken us one week of sailing east to get here,” Father said. [P1200]jeje
112.Joñan kijerjer, jekdọọn āt rot ak men eo de eo jen jeblaak,” Kapen eo eba.“I am in a big hurry here; it doesn’t matter what the boat’s name is, just that we get going,” the Captain said. [P437]de
113.Kab kili aj ṇe ṃōjin aṃ kọkoni emjak kaṇe,” Kapen eo eba ñan Bojin eo.“Close the hatch as soon as you put away the anchor line,” the Captain said to the Boatswain. [P759]koṇ
114.Kain ṇe jej mājur ak jej ḷōmṇak bwe jej peḷọk,” Kapen eo eba.“We’ll sleep but not too deeply since we are drifting,” the Captain said. [P809]mājur
115.Kein ta ṇe ke kooj eo an Kwajleen in jej ḷọọre,” Kapen eo eba.“What is that for? We are following the right course to Kwajalein,” the Captain said. [P933]ḷoor
116.Kiiō,” Jema eba.“Now,” Father said. [P1100]jema-
117.Kōjmān kabbwe bwe eḷe wa in ireaar,” eba.“We need to turn downwind because the boat is too far to the east,” he said. [P890]reeaar
118.Kōjmān naaj tar niñatak ṃōṃkaj innem diak rōkeañ,” Kapen eo eba.“We’ll come north first and then tack to the south,” the Captain said. [P841]niña
119.Kōjparoke,” Jema eba.“Take good care of it,” Father said. [P1304]kōjparok
120.Kōjro naaj ektaki,” eba.“We’ll take them with us,” he replied. [P1335]ektak
121.Kōṃakūt ṃōk nien dān ṇe bwe en pād kaṃbōj e ijeṇe,” Kapen eo eba im jitōñ ḷọk ijo.“Move that container of water so I can put the compass there,” the Captain said pointing. [P513]ṃōṃakūt
122.Kōmij make wōt Ri-ṃaanpā rainin ilo aelōñ kein,” Saimon Latdik eba.“We’re the remaining members of the clan in the islands with the traditional martial arts skills,” said Saimon Latrik.ṃaanpā
123.Koṃjeel jeraaṃṃan wōt,” irooj eo eba.“Well good luck to you all,” the chief said. [P245]jeraaṃṃan
124.Koṃjeel jeraṃṃan wōt,” irooj eo eba.“Well good luck to you all,” the chief said. [P245]koṃ
125.Kōṃṃanṃōn wōt bwe ekauwōtataḷọk,” Jema eba.“Be careful; things are getting pretty dangerous,” Father said. [P749]kauwōtata
126.Koṃro deḷọñ tok im jijet,” eba.“The two of you come in and sit down,” he said. [P232]koṃro
127.Koṃro eṃṃool,” Jema eba, “ak ej kab ṃōj amro kōjota.”“Thank you both,” Father said, “but we just had supper.” [P183]kōjota
128.Koṃro jeḷā eor ke wea i wa in?” Jema eba, “Kain rot eṇ ekijñeñe.“Do you guys know if there’s any wire on the boat” Father said, “the kind that’s really thick?” [P731]kijñeñe
129.Kōttar,” ebaBōlen eṃṃan ñe jero poon wūjḷā ṇe ṃokta bwe enana an ejjopālpāl.“Hold on,” he said, “Maybe we should lower the sail first; it’s not good for it to be flapping in the wind like this. [P1119]jopāl
130.Kwōj ba jebaj ḷāwōde ḷọk aelōñin kapilōñ kaṇ wōt jidik,” Bojin eo eba.“In other words, we were almost to the Caroline Islands, ” the Boatswain said. [P1205]baj
131.Kwōj ṃool,” Jema eba.“You're right,” Father said. [P235]ṃool
132.Kwōjab, kwōjab,” Bojin eo eba.“Well, well,” the Boatswain said. [P1125]kwōjabṃōk
133.Kwōn jab bar ekkọọl bwe jenaaj jerata,” Jema eba.“Don’t jinx us or we will have bad luck,” Father said. [P254]kokọọl
134.Kwōn pād wōt bwe kwōn kapijje,” eba im aōṇōṇ āne ḷọk“You stay there and eat,” he said as he started paddling toward the shore. [P1276]kapije
135.Kwōn pād wōt bwe kwōn kapijje,” eba im aōṇōṇ āne ḷọk“You stay there and eat,” he said as he started paddling toward the shore. [P1276]aōṇōṇ
136.Ḷadik eṇ!” ainikien eo eba.“Hey boy!” the voice said. [P56]eṇ
137.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. [P463]ḷeiō
138.Ḷọkin wiik in ñe jab jinoin wiik in laḷ,” Jema eba.“The end of this week or the beginning of next week,” Father said. [P247]wiik
139.Ḷōṃa e, ejino ekkōtoto tok, Bojin eo eba.“Guys, it’s starting to get windy,” the Boatswain said. [P547]kōto
140.Ḷōṃa e, ibaj meḷọkḷọk wōt jidik juon men jej aikuj kōṃṃane,” Kapen eo eba.“Hey guys, I almost forgot one thing we still need to do,” the Captain said. [P392]baj
141.Lōṃa e, to eo ṇe i ṃaan,” Kapen eo eba.“Guys, there’s the pass up ahead,” the Captain said. [P501]ḷōṃa
142.Ḷōṃare kōn ad bwijwōḷāḷọk jejino pilo,” eba.“Fellas, because we are getting older we are starting to lose our vision,” the Captain said. [P1245]bwijwoḷā
143.Ḷōṃarere ejej men eṇ enaaj ṇojak,” Kapen eo eba.“Those guys don’t keep anything secret,” the Captain said. [P78]ṇojak
144.Lukkuun lukwōji bwe ren pen ippān doon im jab mejaḷ ḷọk,” Kapen eo eba.“Make sure you bind them tightly so they don’t come untied,” the Captain said. [P685]lelok
145.Lukkuun lukwōji bwe ren pen ippān doon im jab mejaḷ ḷọk,” Kapen eo eba.“Make sure you bind them tightly so they don’t come untied,” the Captain said. [P685]mejaḷ
146.Lukkuun ṃool ke bwebwe,” Bojin eo eba ke ej eñjake lelejlejin tok.“It’s a tuna for sure,” the Boatswain said with his emotions running high. [P1306]lelejlej
147.Ṃa e, emour būrūṃrūṃ,” juon iaan rieọñōd ro eba innem aolep im tōtōñin kajjirere.“Hey guys, Vroom Vroom is alive,” one of the fishermen said, and everyone laughed mockingly. [P317]mour
148.Māllen eañ in ebuñut ḷakijoñjoñ in,” Jema eba im ettōñ dikdik ke erro kar pārorāiki laḷ ḷọk“This guy sure is brave,” Father said, chuckling as the two of them carried him down with both hands. [P1048]māl
149.Māllen eañ in ebuñut ḷakijoñjoñ in,” Jema eba im ettōñ dikdik ke erro kar pārorāiki laḷ ḷọk“This guy sure is brave,” Father said, chuckling as the two of them carried him down with both hands. [P1048]pārorā
150.Mmmm, a ejejjet wōt utōn in kọpe,” Bojin eo eba.“Mmmm, this is how coffee ought to taste,” the Boatswain said. [P284]utō-
151.Ṃool ke jerata men in,” Jema eba.“This is a real disaster,” Father said. [P722]ṃool
152.Ṃool ke wa men ṇe ej meram,” Jema eba.“That light is obviously a boat,” Father said. [P1134]ṃool
153.Ṃool,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.“That’s true,” the old man said. [P98]ṃool
154.Ña im bar ruo ṃōṃaan kab ḷadik e nejin juon iaan ḷōṃarein,” Kapen eo eba.“Me and two other men, and also this boy who is the son of one of the men,” the Captain said. [P83]ḷōṃarein
155.Nejū e, bar kate eok jidik im jab kijer in mājur,” eba.“Son, hold on a minute and don’t go to sleep yet,” he said. [P816]kate
156.Nejū e, kadikdik bwe ej naaj maat wōt,” Jema eba ke ej lo menonoin kijdik.“Son, slow down; the water is almost gone,” Father said when he saw how fast I was breathing. [P675]menono
157.Nejū, kwōnaaj bar pād ijo kar jikūṃ ṃokta, ñe kwōkōṇaan,” Jema eba.“Son, go back to the same place you were before if you want,” Father said. [P743]kōṇaan
158.Nejū, mọọn ṃaan waj ṃōk i lowa im jibwe tok tiinin petkōj eo ijene iuṃwin kōbba ṇe,” Jema eba.“Son, go up to the front and get the tin of biscuits from under the cover,” Father said. [P806]tiin
159.O ṃool ke?” Bojin eo eba ilo an jab tōmak.“Oh, really?” the Boatswain said in disbelief. [P628]tōmak
160.O, a baj mālkwōj wōt men kein,” Bojin eo eba.“Oh, those things are really strong,” the Boatswain said. [P1050]mālkwōj
161.Ojjej a iọkwe kōj ke rōbōk ān in āneed,” ḷeḷḷap eo eba.“Well, too bad for us when they take this island,” the old woman said. [P201]āne
162.Ōjjej! Ilukkuun meḷọkḷọk,” Kapen eo eba.“Right! I forgot,” the Captain said. [P544]ōjjej
163.Ōjjej!” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.“Wow!” the old man said. [P102]ōjjej
164.Ooo, a bar iọkwe koṃro,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.“Oh, and goodbye to you two,” the old man said. [P217]iọkwe
165.Ooo, a jab bar illu,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba, bwe kiiō wōt kōjro moot ḷọk jān ān in im jero ban bar rọọl tok.”“Oh, don’t get angry again,” the old man said, “because pretty soon we will leave this island and we won’t come back.” [P200]jab bar
166.Ōōōō!” Kapen eo eba.“Oh oh oh!” the Captain said. [P1044]ōō
167.Raar ba in bōk tok lōta e ñan Kapen ṇe an wa ṇe bwe en ektake ñan Likiep ,” eba.“I was told to bring this letter to the Captain of this boat for him to take to Likiep,” he said. [P309]ektak
168.Raar iakiu wōt ke ij itok,” eba.“They were playing baseball when I headed over here,” he said. [P465]iakiu
169.Rōṃṃan ke?” Bojin eo eba.“Are they good?” the Boatswain said. [P287]ṃōṃan
170.Ruo raj im juon ak,” eba.“Two whales and one frigate bird,” he said. [P207]kōkḷaḷ
171.Ruōt ṇe irōk, ak ettoḷọk ñan ad maroñ ḷannoiki,” Jema eba.“Roi-Namur is to the south, but it will be a while before we sight land,” Father said. [P925]ḷanno
172.Ruprup tok kijedmān būreej bwe jen ṃōñā,” Kapen eo eba tok ñan ña“Slice up some bread for us to eat,” the Captain said to me. [P803]būreej
173.Ta ennaan bajjek,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.“What’s going on?” the old man said. [P73]nenaan
174.Ta ḷōṃa, ṃool ke ripālle raṇe reitōm peek ad jerakrōk ikōtaan aelōñ kein ad?” Bojin eo eba ilo an ainikien ḷōkatip“What, is it true that the Americans have come in and taken control of us sailing around our own islands?” the Boatswain said in an angry voice. [P395]itōm
175.Tarrin jiljinoññoul ṃaiḷ,” [Jema] eba.“About 60 miles,” Father said. [P1207]jiljinoñoul
176.To laḷ tak ṃōk lale ñe kwōj jab tōmak,” Jema eba.“Come down and look for yourself if you don’t believe me,” Father said. [P629]tōmak
177.Wātok ja ilo jebwe e bwe in wawōj in bōklōñ tak kaṃbōj eo,” Kapen eo eba ñan Bojin eo.“Come and steer so I can go down and bring up the compass,” the Captain said to the Boatswain. [P506]bōk
178.Wātok ṃōṃkaj ṃōk ilo jebwe e bwe in wawōj in baj tallōñ,” Kapen eo eba ḷọk ñan Bojin eo ke ej wōnṃaan ḷọk“Come take the wheel for a minute so I can go up and take a look,” the Captain said to the Boatswain as he started to go up. [P870]tallōñ
179.Wōdded! Ilukkuun meḷọkḷọk,” eba.“Oh, right! I almost forgot!” he said. [P772]wōdded
180.Eba emetak ñiin im eban wōdwōd bōb.She said she had a toothache and couldn't chew pandanus.ba
181.Eba jaab em kadikāāḷāḷ kōṇaan ko an.She said no and thwarted his desires.dikāāḷāḷ
182.Eba ñan e, "Ta, ña ri-ṇakaan wa ṇe waaṃ?"She told him, "What am I, fueler of your car?"ṇakaan
183.Eba wōt dānnin idaak im ḷak ilimi eṃṃōj.He thought it was drinking water and when he drank it he threw up.ba wōt
184.Eba, "Iban tanij ñe ejjeḷọk rājetakū."He said, "I won't dance without a partner."rejetak
185.Ebar ejjeḷọk men eṇ Kapen eo eba ke ej roñ ijin jān ḷōḷḷap eo.The Captain didn’t hear anything else from the old man. [P67]ba
186.Ej ja ṃōttan wōt kein kautaṃweik kōj kaṇe jet rej itok jān laḷ kane rōḷḷap,” Jema eba.It’s just one of those harmful things that come from the bigger countries,” Father said. [P171]utaṃwe
187.Ej moot ḷọk wōt ḷeo ak Jema eba, “Jero wanlaḷ tak ñan ruuṃin injin e bwe in kọkoṇi kein jerbal kaṇ im āti ilowaan bọọk eṇ nieer.”As the old man was leaving, Father said, “Let’s go down to the engine room so I can straighten up my tools and put them away in their box.” [P136]nine
188.Ejab jeṃḷọk an Jema kōnono bwe Kapen eo ekkōnono, Jenaaj leinjin tak ḷọk im ñe eṃṃan kōto, jelewūjḷā,” Kapen eo eba.Father was still in the middle of talking when the Captain interrupted him, “We will use the engine first and then when the wind picks up we will use the sail,” the Captain said. [P423]le
189.Eñeṇ ilo jebwe eṇ,” Kapen eo eba.He’s over at the wheel,” the Captain said. [P646]eñeṇ
190.Etke ij jab lo meramin jatiraito eo i Kuwajleen?” Bojin eo eba.Why can’t I see the lights on Kwajalein?” the Boatswain said. [P561]jatiraito
191.Etke kwōjab ja lutōk ḷọk ke kwōpād ijeṇe?” Bojin eo eba.“ Why don’t you just empty it there where you are?” the Boatswain said. [P647]ijeṇe
192.Iar ḷōmṇak wōt bwe kōṃro ḷe nejū en kar iukkure waj jọteen in,” Jema eba ñaneI was just thinking my son and I would drop by and see you this evening,” Father said to him. [P107]kukure
193.Ijujen baj rōre lọk ñan Kapen eo in lale ta eo eba.I looked at the Captain to see what he would say. [P896]in
194.Ke ej letok bakōj eo eba in dāpdep bwe juon eo ṇo eibeb tok.As he handed me the bucket, he told me to hold on because there was a big wave coming our way. [P610]ibeb
195.Ke ikar roñ naan kein an Kapen eo, iḷōmṇak im bwilōñ bajjek ippa taunin an Jema maroñ kile ṇoin likin Pikeej jān ṃōṃakūtkūtin wa eo ak Kapen eo eba ej aikuj kar lo kōn mejān.When I heard the Captain say this, I thought about it and was amazed that Father was able to recognize the waves on the ocean side of Pikeej from the movement of the boat while the Captain says he needs to actually see them. [P799]bwilōñ
196.Ke ikar roñ naan kein an Kapen eo, iḷōmṇak im bwilōñ bajjek ippa taunin an Jema maroñ kile ṇoin likin Pikeej jān ṃōṃakūtkūtin wa eo ak Kapen eo eba ej aikuj kar lo kōn mejān.When I heard the Captain say this, I thought about it and was amused that Father was able to recognize the waves on the ocean side of Pikeej from the movement of the boat while the Captain says he needs to actually see them. [P799]ṃōṃakūt
197.Ḷak ke ejjeḷọk men eṇ Kapen eo eba, iwanlōñ ḷọk ippān Jema.Since the Captain didn’t say anything, I went topside with Father. [P353]ḷak
198.Ḷak ke ejjeḷọk men eṇ Kapen eo eba, Jema ejujen wōnṃaan ḷọk wōt.Since the Captain didn’t say anything, Father went on. [P734]jujen
199.Ḷōḷḷap eo erre ḷọk ñan Jema ak ejjeḷọk men eo Jema eba.The Old Man looked at Father but Father didn’t say anything. [P431]rōre
200.Wa in ej jab ettōr kiiō,” eba.The boat isn’t going anywhere now,” the Boatswain said. [P634]tōtōr

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