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jeḷā

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1.Joñan an jeḷā likao eo rājetakin Joọn ilo iien jiāe al eo wōt e.John's counterpart in the singing competition was as good as John.rejetak
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 ilo jeḷā emootḷọk raan ko an.“To me it seems like that time is already past. [P90]jeḷā
4.Eban bwe Likabwiro ej itok ilo idik ak ear iaḷap ilo wiik ṇe kwōj kōnono kake,” ḷōḷḷap eo ebaj kwaḷọk jeḷā eo an.“No, that’s not right, because Likabwiro comes during high tide, but the week you are talking about was high tide” — the old man was just demonstrating his knowledge. [P92]Likabwiro
5.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
6.Ilo aṃ jeḷā ḷe kar ilo allōñ kein, ae ṇe ikōtaan aelōñ in im Likiep ej ae niñaḷọk ke ak rōñaḷọk.“In your knowledge of these months now, is the current between this island and Likiep running north or south? [P184]rōña
7.Koṃro jeḷā ekar jino dikḷọk kōto in ñāāt?” Kapen eo ekar kajjitōk ippān Jema im Bojin eo.“Does either of you know when the wind started to die down?” the Captain asked Father and the Boatswain. [P831]jijino
8.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
9.Mool ke ej jañin jako jeḷā ko aṃ,” Jema enebare.“It’s true you haven’t lost your expertise,” Father praised him. [P209]nebar
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.Ājḷore kōn jeḷā kaṇ an ke ej ja mour.Exploit what he knows while he's still around.ājḷor
12.Ak jeḷā kein ippān doon.Or both kinds of knowledge working together. [P801]jeḷā
13.Aḷap eo ear kanooj ṃōṇōṇō kōn amiwōj jeḷā ta eo kōmiwōj en kōṃṃane.The aḷap was quite happy that you all knew your responsibilities toward him.amiwōj
14.Alikkarūṃ 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
15.Aolepān katak kein ilo bok in, kōmij tōmak bwe rōkōpooḷ aolep wāween ko ñan jeḷā kōn wāween mour, im rāpeḷtan kajin ṂajeḷWe believe that the lessons in this book include ways for learning about the way of living, and a deeper understanding of the Marshallese language. [S29]pooḷ
16.Aolepān katak kein ilo bok in, kōmij tōmak bwe rōkōpooḷ aolep wāween ko ñan jeḷā kōn wāween mour, im rāpeḷtan kajin ṂajeḷWe believe that the lessons in this book include ways for learning about the way of living, and a deeper understanding of the Marshallese language. [S29]rāpeḷta-
17.Bubu ej juon maroñ ri-wūno in etto ilo Ṃajeḷ raar kōjerbale ñe rej kōṇaan jeḷā kōn juon men eo rej jab meḷeḷe kake.Divination was something olden-time Marshallese doctors used to learn about something they didn’t understand. [S21]kōkōpāl
18.Bubu ej juon maroñ ri-wūno in etto ilo Ṃajeḷ raar kōjerbale ñe rej kōṇaan jeḷā kōn juon men eo rej jab meḷeḷe kake.Divination was something olden-time Marshallese doctors used to learn about something they didn’t understand. [S21]wūno
19.Eajerre ilo jerbal kōn an jeḷā jerbalHe works all by himself because he's an experienced worker.ajerre
20.Eban jab jeḷā bwe ṇakṇōkHe's bound to have the answer since he's a wizard.ṇakṇōk
21.Eitok em kōppaḷ armej ro kōn an jeḷā kajin Pālle.He returned and amazed the people with his knowledge of English.pepaḷ
22.Ej baj jeḷā ṃantin kāilar.He surely is an elegant gentleman.kāilar
23.Ej jañin kaanooj jeḷā bwe ej rūkkatak wōt.He's not very good at it because he's still an apprentice.rūkkatak
24.Ej kākemọọj wōt im barāinwōt ewōr ṃōttan an jeḷā kapenin ṂajeḷHe was a very active person, and there was something else in addition to his knowing how to be a Marshallese captain. [P34]kākemọọj
25.Ejino jeḷā wāār ajri eo.The baby is beginning to be able to crawl on its stomach.wāār
26.Ejouj im jeḷā lale armej.He is very kind and cares about people.jouj
27.Eḷap an jeḷā ejjor ek.He's very good at searching for fish in the distance.jejor
28.Eḷap an jeḷā kūtaHe plays guitar well.kūta
29.Elōñ alen an kar buñjerkak innem ej kab jeḷā uñtaak eo.He fell down many times before he learned how to wrestle.buñjerkak
30.Elōñ ri-Ṃajeḷ rōlukkuun jeḷā kajjiṇoṇoThere are Marshallese who are experts in treating jiṇo.jiṇo
31.Enaaj jeḷā bwe e ri-kaaerṃwe.She'll know, being someone who influences others to live as relatives toward one another.aerṃwe
32.Enañin jeḷā ḷọkjeṇ ke ālikin an kar ḷotḷọkHas she come to since she passed out?jeḷā ḷọkjeṇ
33.Epejpej jeḷā eṇ an.His knowledge is superficial.pejpej
34.Erro kaalikkar ke erro jeḷā wōn eo ikar kōnono eake.They showed that they knew who I was talking about. [P301]alikkar
35.Erro kaalikkar ke erro jeḷā wōn eo ikar kōnono eake.They showed that they knew who I was talking about. [P301]eake
36.Iar jeḷā ke epād ilo ruuṃ eo.I knew of his presence in the room.pād
37.Ibarāinwōt jeḷā ke kwokōṇaan itok.I also know that you want to come.barāinwōt
38.Ij jab daan jeḷā kajin Boonpe.I don't know too much Ponapean.daan
39.Ij jañin jeḷā koubI haven't learned to inhale.koub
40.Ikar wunojdikdik ḷọk ñan Jema bwe en jeḷā.I whispered to Father so that he would know. [P453]wūnojidikdik
41.Ilo anidep, kwōj aikuj jeḷā im pojak in jaṃliki ak jōṃṃaane bọọḷ eo ñe renaaj jaṃewaj.In the game of anidep, you need to know and be prepared to kick the ball either forward or backward as necessary when it's been kicked toward you.jaṃlik
42.In kar jeḷā ia eo ej aljetḷọk ie kiiō.I wish I knew where the cross-eyed person has gone.aljet
43.In kar jeḷā ia in ej ajejin Jowa ḷọk ie ḷọkI wish I knew where he's gone with his reclaimed gifts.ajejin Jowa
44.In kar jeḷā ta eṇ ej kōṃṃane ke eḷak kar wanlik-wōnar aolepān rainin.I wonder what he is up to; he has been criss-crossing the island all day.wanlik-wōnar
45.Injinia enaaj lelelōñ tak bwe en jeḷā joñanThe Engineer can pass them up to us since he knows how much space he needs. [P670]le-
46.Innem eḷaññe kwōnaaj tarto jān aelōñ ṇe i reeaar im rōḷọk jān aelōñ in, kwōj jeḷā bwe kwōḷe i iōñ,” ḷōḷḷap eo ebōk kūtwōn jidik im bar ba, Koṃro ej jab ṃōñā jidik ke?”Then when you sail westward from the island in the east and slip by this island, you know that you will pass by to the north,” the old man took a breath, and then said, “Don't you two want to eat a little?” [P187]tar
47.Jabdewōt 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
48.Jej aikuj jaruki ṃanit ko ad rōmājkunḷọk im katakin ajri ro nājid leep ñe re jañin kar jeḷā.We must revive some of our waning customs such as leep dancing by teaching our children if they don't already know how.leep
49.Jeḷā ta eo jej door ad leke ie; jeḷā eo ej waḷọk jān imminene in kile wāween jejepliklikin juon wa ioon ṇo ke ak jeḷā eo waḷọk jān lo kōn māj.How do we know which knowledge to put our trust in; the knowledge gained from actually feeling the sway of the boat on the waves or the knowledge that comes from observing. [P800]jepliklik
50.Jeḷā ta eo jej door ad leke ie; jeḷā eo ej waḷọk jān imminene in kile wāween jejepliklikin juon wa ioon ṇo ke ak jeḷā eo waḷọk jān lo kōn māj.How do we know which knowledge to put our trust in; the knowledge gained from actually feeling the sway of the boat on the waves or the knowledge that comes from observing. [P800]jepliklik
51.Jeḷā ta eo jej door ad leke ie; jeḷā eo ej waḷọk jān imminene in kile wāween jejepliklikin juon wa ioon ṇo ke ak jeḷā eo waḷọk jān lo kōn māj.How do we know which knowledge to put our trust in; the knowledge gained from actually feeling the sway of the boat on the waves or the knowledge that comes from observing. [P800]jepliklik
52.Jema ej jeḷā wōt men in ak ejoḷọk men eo ekar kōṃṃane im rōre lọk ñan e.When Father realized it he stopped what he was doing and looked over at him. [P454]joḷọk
53.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. [P802]bwilji-
54.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. [P802]mejaḷ
55.Juon e kain annor kwoban jeḷā.This is a special kind of knot you'll never learn.annor
56.Kaaejekin jeḷā eọñwōdAn expert surround-net fisherman.aejek
57.Kidu rōkanooj jeḷā kōnāmnāmDogs have a keen sense of smell.kōnāmnām
58.Koban jeḷā bwe kwōjaje rore (errwe).You'll never know because you don't know how to fish in crevices.rore
59.Kōjparok ṃantin Ṃajeḷ im jeḷā aerṃwePreserve the Marshallese custom of taking care of your relatives by practicing it.aerṃwe
60.Kōketak ajri eo nājiṃ kōn aurōk in jeḷā ḷọkjeṇ bwe en erom juōn ri-jikuuḷ eo kwōnaaj utiej buruōṃ kake.Encourage your child to value learning to so that s/he becomes the student you will be proud of.ketak
61.Kōḷmān ekōṇaan jeḷā eḷmaṃ kiiō.Kōḷman wants to know what's your present status.eḷmān
62.Kōmmālweweik tok ṃōk juon kijen bwe kwōjaad jeḷā iaarroCould you fix him one coconut since you know this method better?kōmmālwewe
63.Koṃro jeḷā jete awa kiiō ke ḷalem awa jimattan.Did you two know it’s already 5 o’clock in the morning? [P658]jimattan
64.Kōn an jeḷā buñūmpeḷtak ear jab jorrāān.He is so nimble he did not get hurt when he fell down.buñ-peltak
65.Kōn an jeḷā būñūmpeḷtak, ear jab jorrāān.Because of his knowing how to fall, he was not injured.kōn
66.Kōn an jeḷā kabuñpet emaroñ pād ilowaan juon wa im jeḷā ke ebōd kooj eo an.Because he possesses the intuition and knowledge of Marshallese navigation, he can sense that a boat is off its course even while he's inside the boat.kabuñpet
67.Kōn an jeḷā kabuñpet emaroñ pād ilowaan juon wa im jeḷā ke ebōd kooj eo an.Because he possesses the intuition and knowledge of Marshallese navigation, he can sense that a boat is off its course even while he's inside the boat.kabuñpet
68.Kōn kaaerṃweiki ejujen wōt im jeḷā.Because I showed him how a person should behave toward relatives, he finally learned.aerṃwe
69.Kōrein Likiep rej make wōt jeḷā āj deel amiṃōṇo.Women of Likiep are renowned makers of fan handicraft.kōrā
70.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
71.Kwoban jeḷā abnāerYou'll never know the secrets of their spiritual powers.abōn
72.Kwōj aikuj jeḷā bajete oṇāāṃ bwe kwōn jab būbūrookok (ibbūrookok).You have to know how to spend your money so you aren't constantly broke.bajet
73.Kwōj aikuj jeḷā menmenbwij bwe kwōn jeḷā wōn eo ej Irooj, Aḷap im senior ri-Jerbal ilo juon wāto.You must know the genealogy in order to know who is the Irooj, Aḷap an ri-Jerbal for each parcel of land. menmenbwij
74.Kwōj aikuj jeḷā menmenbwij bwe kwōn jeḷā wōn eo ej Irooj, Aḷap im senior ri-Jerbal ilo juon wāto.You must know the genealogy in order to know who is the Irooj, Aḷap an ri-Jerbal for each parcel of land. menmenbwij
75.Kwōmake jeḷā kipeddikdik kōn oṇāān ṇe am.You really know how to make ends meet with your salary.kipeddikdik
76.Kwōmake jeḷā kuṇaaṃYou sure are thoughtful.jeḷā kuṇaa-
77.Kwōn aṃwinḷọk pein ajri ṇe bwe ej jañin jeḷā.Wash the child's hands because s/he hasn't learned how to do so yet.aṃwin
78.Kwōn jeḷā ṇae jinōṃ im jeṃaṃ.Know how to take care of your mother and father.jeḷā ṇae
79.Kwōn jeḷā ukōt jouj.You have to know how to reciprocate favors.ukok
80.Kwōn kōbbaal tok ñan kōjro bwe kwōjaad jeḷā iaarroGo ahead and predict the weather for us since you know more about clouds than I do.kōbbaal
81.Kwōn tallepi kaṇe im bwini tok bwe in jeḷā jeteCount every breadfruit there and let me know how many there are.tarlep
82.Kwōnaaj jeḷā bwe kwaar rūkaabōjāje ñan jar kaṇ.You should know you were responsible for people tucking things under their arms.abjāje
83.Lieṇ ekadik jeḷā lowaarShe's a whiz at mimicking people.lowaar
84.Ḷōḷḷap eṇ ekanooj jeḷā roroThe old man can really chant.roro
85.Ṃokta jān aṃ ṃwelik kōn kōrkōr, kwōj aikuj jeḷā kaṃṃōtBefore you can take a canoe out into the ocean you have to know how to control the pitch.ṃōṃōt
86.Ṃool ke kwōmeḷọkḷọk jeḷā ko ḷōḷḷap eo ear liwaj ñan kwe ke?Did you really forget all the knowledge the old man taught you? [P250]le-
87.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. [S26]taibuun
88.Ñe juon enaaj jeḷā kōkḷaḷ eban peḷọk.If ones knows all the navigational signs he'll never get lost at sea.kōkḷaḷ
89.Raar ṇawōṇāān ekkar ñan jeḷā eo an.He got paid according to his skills.ṇawōṇāān
90.Ri-jokkop eo ṇe im eḷap an jeḷā jokkop .That's the one who really knows how to make breadfruit soup.jokkwōp
91.Ri-meto eo eṇ ej kaijikmeto tok ñan kōj bwe jen jeḷā ia in jepād ie.The weatherman is scanning the skies and waves to let us know our location.kaijikmeto
92.Rōlukkuun jeḷā kajin ṂajeḷThey really know the Marshallese language.lukkuun

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