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ṃōñā

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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.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
3.Ettōr ṃōk ṃōñā im lale aer ennọ.”“Go run and eat and see how delicious they are.” [P266]nenọ
4.Ioḷe Bojin e, pojak waj im kab jibwe tok nien dān ṇe,” Kapen eo ekar kōnono ḷọk jān ijo ej jijet im ṃōñā ie“Mr. Boatswain, go over and be ready to pass up the water container,” the Captain called over from where he was sitting and eating. [P1287]ḷe
5.Ke ej dedeḷọk ṃōñāin raelep, ikarreoiki kein ṃōñā ko im waateeke ioon wa eo jān ṃōraṃrōṃin raij kab būbrarrarin kọọnpiip.When we were done eating lunch, I washed the dishes and scrubbed the bits of rice and corned beef from the deck. [P384]būrar
6.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
7.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. [S25]pālle
8.Āj in ṃōñā.Fit for consumption.āj
9.Ājinḷọk ṃōñā bao e jān bao uweo.This chicken is fitter to eat than that one over there.āj
10.Aḷḷañ im ṃōñā ḷọñStare and eat flies (a proverb).aḷḷañ
11.Allōñin kabwiro ko kein im jelukkuun kijooror in ṃōñā bwiro im jālele jo.These are the months to make bwiro, and I am really craving preserved breadfruit and goatfish. [P333]bwiro
12.Aṃwin pein ṃōjin an ṃōñā.Wash his hands after he eats.aṃwin
13.Aolep ri-kōṃṃan ṃōñā ro ren wōnmaantak.'All those preparing food step forward.' ri-
14.Baj ajḷọkūṃ ke kwoṃakokoin ṃōñā.You must regret it very much because you don't want to eat.ajḷọk
15.Būbwilwōnwōn (Ibbwilwōnwōn) tata laddik eṇ kōn an lap an kar ṃōñā wōnThat boy has the strongest smell of turtle because he ate too much turtle.būbwilwōnwōn
16.Eakeke lọjiō kōn an ḷap kar ṃōñā.I have an uncomfortable feeling in my stomach from overeating.akeke
17.Ear abwin bōk ṃōñā.He rejected food.abwin bōk
18.Ear ṃōñā ek eo koṇa.He ate of my fish.ṃōñā
19.Eban ṃōñā raj bwe eñiban.He can't eat whale meat because he's got weak teeth.ñiban
20.Ebarāinwōt kōṇaan itok ijellọkun an kōṇaan ṃōñā.Besides wanting to eat, he also wants to come.barāinwōt
21.Ebuñ-pāḷọk ānin kōn ṃōñā.This islet has an abundance of food.buñ-pāḷọk
22.Edāndān ṃōñā eṇThat food is watery.dāndān
23.Edede ḷọk ṃōñā.I've finished eating.dede
24.Ej aji im ṃōñā.He's using chopsticks.aji
25.Ej buwae ilo ṃōn ṃōñā eṇHe's a waiter at the restaurant.buwae
26.Ej jab kanooj lōñ ṃōñā ilo aelōñ in ṂajeḷThere is really not a lot of food in the islands of the Marshalls. [S6]kanooj
27.Ej jab po būruō kōn ṃōñā inI'm not terribly excited about this meal.jab po bōro
28.Ej jab podem tōprak ṃōñā ko ñan jiljino awa.The food wasn't ready by six o'clock.podem
29.Ejāāleltok nemān iṃōn ṃōñā eṇThe smell of food cooking is wafting this way from the restaurant.jāālel
30.Ejabwe ṃōñā eoThe food is insufficient.jabwe
31.Ejaje nōbba ṃōñā.He can't combine greens with food.nōbba
32.Ejej ṃōñā ñan jidik.Absolutely no food at all.ejej
33.Ejipikpik ṃōñā eo kijen ri-jikuuḷ ro.The students' food is insufficient.jipikpik
34.Eju-būruō kōn ṃōñā koI am satisfied with the meal.ju-būruon
35.Ejudu kōn an kar ṃōñā ekHe got hives from eating spoiled fish.judu
36.Ejuure āneeṇ kōn ṃōñā in ṂajōḷThat island is full of local produce.jijuurore
37.Ek rot eṇ ear ṃōñā im kajuduiki.What sort of fish did he eat that made him sick?judu
38.Ekane ṃōñā ippān itok.Breadfruit with whale meat is a tasty combination.itok
39.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. [S23]jekdọọn
40.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. [S23]jekdọọn
41.Ekkā wōt an ṃōñā raijHe usually eats rice.kōkā
42.Ekōṇaan ṃōñā tabwilHe likes to eat fresh eggs.tabwil
43.Eḷak lutōk ḷọk ṃōttan ṃōñā ko i lọjet, ettōr tok ek jiddik kab kupkup ko itōrerein wa eo im wūnaaki.When I threw the scraps of food into the water, a bunch of little skip jacks and other tiny fish swam over and started to eat. [P385]wūnaak
44.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. [S4]ruwamāejet
45.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. [S4]menin le-
46.Eḷap aer kaddeḷọñtok ṃweiuk im ṃōñā jān aer kaddiwōjḷọk waini.More goods and foods are imported than the copra that is exported. [S6]deḷọñ
47.Eḷap aer kaddeḷọñtok ṃweiuk im ṃōñā jān aer kaddiwōjḷọk waini.More goods and foods are imported than the copra that is exported. [S6]diwōj
48.Eḷap an iepe (iepiepe) kiiō ñan joñan ṃōñā ṇe kiiō.There are more than enough baskets now for the amount of food we have.iep
49.Eḷap an kaijoḷjoḷ tok ṃōñā eṇThe sight of that food makes me want to eat.ijoḷ
50.Eḷap batur bwe eto jañin ṃōñā ekI'm hungry for fish because I haven't eaten any for a long time.batur
51.Eḷap bwe in ṃōñā raininThere is lots of food left over today.bwe
52.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. [S22]rōreo
53.Eḷọñḷọñ ṃōñā ṇeThere are flies all over that food there.ḷọñ
54.Elutōkḷọk kōn ṃōñā.He has an abundant supply of food.lutōkḷọk
55.Emaat ṃōñā.The food is all gone.maat
56.Emān de kōttan an ṃōñā.He has eaten four times so far.emān
57.Emmālel ñiū kōn ṃōñā aijMy teeth hurt from eating ice.memāālel
58.Emṃan ad aluje an ri-Pikinni raṇ ṃōñā kōn aji.It was good to watch the Pikinni people eating with chopsticks.aji
59.Eṃōj ke amijel ṃōñā?Have the three of you eaten?amijel
60.Eṃōj ṇe aṃ ṃōñā bwe kwōdepetdoul.You'd better stop eating because you're five by five.depetdoul
61.En jab tabōḷ aṃ ṃōñā.Don't eat twice.tabōḷ
62.Enañin aolep armej ilo kemem eo rar ṃōñā kōn jepe.Most of the people in the birthday party ate from jepe.jepe
63.Ennọ nemān ṃōñā ṇeThe taste of that food is delicious.nām
64.Enta ṃōñā kañWhat are those foods for?enta
65.Eor bōrran ṃōñā ilo nuknuk ṇe aṃ.There are food stains on your clothes.būrar
66.Eppọkpọk kōn an ṃōñā kaiurHe's always getting something in his throat from eating too fast.pọk
67.Erkākaṇ kilōkin ṃōñā koThose over there are the food baskets.erkākaṇ
68.Erkākaṇ kilōkin ṃōñā koThose over there are the food baskets.kilōk
69.Erkaṇe kain ṃōñā ko eḷap aikuji.Those (there by you) are the kinds of food I need.erkaṇe
70.Ewi wāween aṃ anan ke ej jab ṃōñā!You're not doing a good job of chumming because I'm not getting any bites.anan
71.Iāliklik kōn ṃōñā kōnke jejjab naajdik er.I am ashamed that we're not sharing this food with them.āliklik
72.Iar ṃōñā baru im iabaru.I ate crab and got poisoned.iabaru
73.Iar ṃōñā wor ḷọk oom ṃaalI ate lobsters till I was absolutely full.ṃaal
74.Ibbūriri ḷọk wōt kōn lali ṃōñā kaṇeLooking at your food makes me want to taste it.būbriri
75.Idoori pilawā ko iturierro innem kwaḷọk tok juon tūre, juon bakbōk im jake ḷọk men ko im Bojin eo ebōk bakbōk eo im jiḷaiti juon iaan ḷoob ko im kōmjel idaak im ṃōñā.I put down the bread next to them and then found a tray, a small knife, and handed them over, and the Boatswain took the knife and sliced one of the loaves and we all ate and drank. [P269]dedoor
76.Ij jab kōṇaan ṃōñā.I don't want to eat.jab
77.Ij kōbbaturtur im ḷak ṃōñā enaaj lukkuun nenọ (ennọ).I'm refraining from eating (fish) for awhile so that when I do it will be so much more delicious.batur
78.Ij kọkkwōlele ḷak ṃōj ṃōñā.I'll fast before eating.kwōle
79.Ijaje ṃōñā kōn aji.I don't know how to use chopsticks.aji
80.Ijaje tawūnin aer waakiḷọk ṃōñā nenọno (ennọno) koI don't know why they passed up the delicious foods.waakḷọk
81.Ijook in kajjitōk ṃōñā.I am ashamed to ask for food.jejookok
82.Ilām ṃōñā.Go and eat.itōm
83.Iḷḷao kōn ṃōñā ṇeThat's a disgusting food.ḷōḷao
84.Ilo wāween in, ejjab jorrāān, ak rej kwaḷọk jidik-jidik ekkar ñan aer aikuji ñan ṃōñā.With this method, it doesn’t spoil, and it is uncovered bit by bit as it is needed for food. [S28]jorrāān
85.Ilo wāween in, ejjab jorrāān, ak rej kwaḷọk jidik-jidik ekkar ñan aer aikuji ñan ṃōñā.With this method, it doesn’t spoil, and it is uncovered bit by bit as it is needed for food. [S28]jidik illọk jidik
86.Iṃaal jān ṃōñā koI'm so full I can't eat any more of that food.ṃaal
87.Imaro kōn kar ṃōñā jọọḷI'm thirsty from having eaten salt.maro
88.Immaroro kōn kar ṃōñā jọọḷI keep on being thirsty because I ate salt.maro
89.Iṃōḷañḷōñ im iabwin ṃōñā.I'm nauseated and I don't feel like eating.ṃōḷañḷōñ
90.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
91.Itok im ṃōñā.Come and eat.itok
92.Itōm ṃōñā.Come and eat.itōm
93.Iwātin ban jillọk joñan an ḷap mat, ak iḷak eñjaake ippa ej jab eṃṃanin mour wōt ñe ikar ṃōñā kōkanin aelōñ kein.I almost couldn’t bend over—I was so full—but didn’t feel nearly as good as I would if I were eating local Marshallese food. [P391]ṃōṃan
94.Jab babu im ṃōñā bwe kwōnaaj pọk.Don't eat while lying down or you'll suffocate.pọk
95.Jab ṃōñā jokkwōp ṇe bwe emeñ.Don't eat that soup because it's sour.meñ
96.Jab ṃōñā kūrij bwe enaaj kōḷḷaouk eok.Don't eat fat or it'll make you seasick.ḷōḷao
97.Jab ṃōñā luublej bwe rōnaaj kọọle eok.Don't eat in public or someone will cast a spell on you.kokọọl
98.Jabwetata joñan ṃōñā eo ilo keemem eo boñ jān aolep keemem ko ḷọkThe food at the birthday party last night was more inadequate than at any birthday party heretofore.jabwe
99.Jālōt in aṃ kar kwaḷi kein ṃōñāYou didn't wash these dishes too well.jālōt
100.Jālōt tata kein ṃōñā kwaar kwaḷi.The dishes you washed are the most poorly cleaned.jālōt
101.Jej jab ṃōñā kanniōkin kau iaelōñ ko ilikin iṂajeḷ kōn an jejeḷọk (ejjeḷọk).We don't eat beef on the outer islands of the Marshalls because there isn't any.kanniōkin kau
102.Jej ṃōñā alle wōt ñe ej bar ejjeḷọk ek.We eat wrasse only when there's no other fish available.alle
103.Jej ṃōñā baru waanin ṂajeḷWe eat land crabs in the Marshalls.baru waan
104.Jenaaj aikiuuk ṃōñā e bwe aolep en ṃōñāWe shall share this food equally so everyone can eat.aikiu
105.Jenaaj aikiuuk ṃōñā e bwe aolep en ṃōñāWe shall share this food equally so everyone can eat.aikiu
106.Jibbūñ wōt aṃ ṃōñā jān ek ṇe ak kwokadōk.Eat just a tiny bit of that fish and you'll be poisoned.jibbūñ
107.Jiraalin ta ṇe kwōj ṃōñā?What are you eating with the coconut?jiraal
108.Juon ṃōñā eo eaḷakiia.A type of food that's not easy to find.aḷakiia
109.Juon wōt men kwoaikuj kepooje, kijerro ṃōñā.You only need to prepare one thing — our food.juon men
110.Kain ṃōñā rot kaṇ rej kōṃṃani?What sort of foods are they preparing?kain
111.Kajjitōk: Kwōj itōk jān ia kako eṇ?; Jān lo mar eṇ; Kwaar et?, Iar eabeb kijō ṃōñā.A query: "Whence came that rooster?", "From those boondocks."; "What did you there?", "Scratched for my food.".ebeb
112.Kar jibūñ wōt an ṃōñā.He ate a little.jibūñ
113.Ke ej mat raij eo ikkwaḷọk tok kōnnọ kab juon kuwatin kọọnpiip im teiñi tok juon tibatin dānnin idaak bwe ren pojak ñan aerjel rọọl tok im ṃōñā.When the rice was cooked, I got out some dishes and a can of corned beef, and filled up a pot of water for tea so everything would be ready when the three men came back to eat. [P370]kōnnọ
114.Ke ij karreoiki ijo erjel kar ṃōñā ie, iroñ ainikien kọkorkor ioon wab eo.While I was cleaning the place where they had eaten, I heard the noise of someone running on the dock. [P306]kọkorkor
115.Kein ṃōñā.Eating utensils.kein
116.Kiiō epojak ñan ṃōñā, kōṃakṃōk nuknuk, im ñan wūno.Now it is ready for eating, starching clothes, and for medicine. [S20]ṃakṃōk
117.Kiō epojak ñan ṃōñā jabdewōt iien.Now it is ready to eat at any time. [S12]iien
118.Kōjeke im ñe eṃōrā, tūrtūri ña ilo maañ im lukoj kōn ekkwal im epojak ñan ṃōñā.Keep it under the sun, and when it is dry, wrap it in a bundle with pandanus leaves and tie it with sennit, and it is ready to eat. [S12]tūrtūr
119.Kōjro ajādik. ...Kwōn ja ṃōñā ṃoktaLet's get going. ... Why don't you eat first.ja
120.Kōjro etal ñan ṃōn ṃōñā eṇ an Kūḷara.Let's go to Clara's restaurant.ṃōn ṃōñā
121.Komaroñ ke jakiḷọk ṃōñā kaṇeCould you pass the food there.jejaak
122.Kōmmām kar dao im ḷak dedeḷọk, ibar jikrōk im karreoiki kōnnọ im jikin ṃōñā eoWhen everyone was done eating, I went over again and washed the dishes and cleaned up the eating area. [P967]nenọ
123.Kōmmām kar dao im ḷak dedeḷọk, ibar jikrōk im karreoiki kōṇṇọ im jikin ṃōñā eoWhen everyone was done eating, I went over again and washed the dishes and cleaned up the eating area. [P967]kōm
124.Koṃro būki ṃōñā im jotali.You two take these foods and eat on your way.jotal
125.Kūtimi ṃōñā ṇe bwe en jab ḷọñḷọñCover that food so that the flies don't get on it.kūtimtim
126.Kwōaikuj ṃōñā.You need food.aikuj
127.Kwōj ṃōñā ke leen wōjke?Do you like fruit?le
128.Kwokōṇaan ke bar ṃōñā? ...Koṃṃool ak ej ja ṃōjDo you want something more to eat?... Thanks, but I've had enough for now.ja
129.Kwōn ajeji ṃōñā kaṇeDivide up that food.ajej
130.Kwōn aṃwin(i) peiṃ ṃokta jān aṃ ṃōñā.Wash your hands before eating.aṃwin
131.Kwōn āñini koṃro ṃōñā.Escort him to the table.āñin
132.Kwōn itok jen almaroñ im ṃōñā ilo peejin.Come let's all join in and eat out of this bowl.almaroñ
133.Kwōn jab aḷḷañ bwe kwōnaaj ṃōñā ḷọñDon't stare with your mouth open or you will eat flies.aḷḷañ
134.Kwōn jab kañurñuri aṃ ṃōñā.Avoid crunching when you're eating.ñūñurñur
135.Kwōn jab ṃōñā jān laḷ bwe kwōnaaj ṃōñā baijin.Don't eat something that has fallen on the ground or you will eat something harmful.baijin
136.Kwōn jab ṃōñā jān laḷ bwe kwōnaaj ṃōñā baijin.Don't eat something that has fallen on the ground or you will eat something harmful.baijin
137.Kwōn jab ṃōñā kọnōt bwe kwōnaaj pepārijet (eppārijet).Don't eat kọnet shells or you will get this certain sickness.pepārijet
138.Kwōn jiḷaiti ḷoob ṇe bwe jen ṃōñā.Would you slice up the loaf so we can have some bread?jiḷait
139.Kwōn jilkinḷọk bwe en wiatok ṃōñā.Send him to buy us some food.jilkin
140.Kwōn kañ ṃōñā ṇe matin.Eat his leftovers.mat
141.Kwōn kate eok ṃōñā.Eat all you can.kakkōt
142.Kwōn kōjparok ṃōñā kaṇe kijen irooj eṇ bwe ren jab ḷoñḷoñeBe careful not to let ants get on the chief's meal.ḷoñ
143.Kwōn koraale wōt bwe en ṃōñā.Keep pulling it to get a bite.koraal
144.Kwōn kūrepeik(i) ḷọk jālele ṇe bwe jen ṃōñā.Hurry up with the gravy on the meat so we can eat.kūrepe
145.Kwōn kurkure ñiiṃ ñe ej ṃōj aṃ ṃōñā.Brush your teeth when you finish eating.kurkur
146.Kwōn kutake ḷọk tōtoon (ettoon) ṇe jān ṃōñā ṇeBrush the dirt off your food.kutak
147.Kwōn lale aṃ ṃōñā bwe kotōñal.Watch your diet because you've got diabetes.ṃōñā
148.Kwōn ṃōñā kōn jibuun.Eat with a spoon.jibuun
149.Kwōn ṃōñā ṃōñā pidodo ñe emetak ñiiṃEat soft food if you have a toothache.pidodo
150.Kwōn ṃōñā ṃōñā pidodo ñe emetak ñiiṃEat soft food if you have a toothache.pidodo
151.Kwōn ṃōñā pọḷjejEat some poljej.pọḷjej
152.Kwōn nemak ṃōk ṃōñā ṇe ennọ ke.Smell that food to see if it's good.nāmnām
153.Kwōn ormej ṃokta jān aṃ ṃōñā in jibboñ.Wash your face before eating breakfast.ormej
154.Kwōn piti laḷ bwe en ṃōñā.Make chum and sink it so the fish can bite.pitpit
155.Lale aṃ ṃōñā ijeṇe bwe kwōnaaj kaametōṃaiki ioon tebōḷ ṇeWatch your eating so you don't leave candy crumbs on the table.ametōṃa
156.Lale bwe kwōn jab bar ṃōñā rot ṇeDon't ever eat like that again.jab bar
157.Letok wōt bōkan ṃōñā.Just give me enough to eat.bōka-
158.Liṃaro raar jejeikik (ejjeikik) im kọṃṃan ṃōñā ñan ri-lotok ro.The women were busily preparing food for the visitors.jejeikik
159.Lio ear bujeke bōran ṃokta jān an kōṃṃan ṃōñā.She tied her hair in a knot before cooking.bujek
160.ej juon iaan ṃōñā ko eḷaptata an ri-Ṃajeḷ kōjerbale.Breadfruit is one of the foods that Marshallese use most. [S28]
161.ej juon iaan ṃōñā ko eḷaptata an ri-Ṃajeḷ kōjerbale.Breadfruit is one of the foods that Marshallese use most. [S28]ṃōñā
162.ej juon iaan ṃōñā ko eḷaptata an ri-Ṃajeḷ kōjerbale.Breadfruit is one of the foods that Marshallese use most. [S28]kōjerbale
163.Ṃakṃōk ej juon iaan ṃōñā ko kijen ri-Ṃajeḷ.Arrowroot is one of the foods of the Marshallese. [S20]kije-
164.Ṃōjin an ṃōñā ear aruj ñiinAfter he ate he picked his teeth.arar
165.Ṃōjin tile kijeek eo, ikwaḷọk tok jidik raij bōkan wōt ammān ṃōñā.After I started the fire I got out some rice, just enough for us to eat. [P368]bōka-
166.Ṃōjin tile kijeek eo, ikwaḷọk tok jidik raij bōkan wōt ammān ṃōñā.After I started the fire I got out some rice, just enough for us to eat. [P368]waḷọk
167.Ṃōjin, jej kōjeeki, im ñe rōṃōrā, kọkoṇi ṇai lowaan iiep, bọọk, ak tiin, ṃae iien jeaikuji ñan ṃōñā.Then we put them to dry in the sun, and when they are dry, fit them into a basket, box, or can until we need them for food. [S27]koṇ
168.Ṃōjin, jej kōjeeki, im ñe rōṃōrā, kọkoṇi ṇai lowaan iiep, bọọk, ak tiin, ṃae iien jeaikuji ñan ṃōñā.Then we put them to dry in the sun, and when they are dry, fit them into a basket, box, or can until we need them for food. [S27]kōjeje
169.Ṃōñā ajlliptaak men ṇeThat food is so good.ajliptaak
170.Ṃōñā in kōjjeṃḷọk.Farewell dinner.kōjjeṃḷọk
171.Ṃōñā ko rej jojoon doon.The foods are stacked up on top of each other.jojoon
172.Ṃōñā ḷọkHurry up and eat.ḷọk
173.Ṃōñā pilawā in jibboñ ekaakekeik lọjiō.Eating bread in the morning gives me that uncomfortable feeling of a stomach overstuffed with food.akeke
174.Ṃōñā rot eṇ kokōṇaan ṃōñāWhat kind of food do you like?rot
175.Ṃōñā rot eṇ kokōṇaan ṃōñāWhat kind of food do you like?rot
176.Ñe eṃōj tutu inaaj ṃōñā.When I have finished bathing I will eat.ñe
177.Ñe kwōj ṃōñā tọ kwōj aikuj pejmām.When you chew sugar cane you have to spit out the fibers.pejmām
178.Niñniñ eo ear burake ḷọk ṃōñā eo jān lọñiin bwe edike.The baby spit out the food because it didn't like it.burak
179.Raar aikiu ḷọk ṃōñā ñan er.They were given food rations.aikiu
180.Raar ṃōñā jāānwūj in lep.They ate egg sandwiches.jāānwūj
181.Raar ṃōñā kōn jāli ilo keemem eo.They ate from jāli at the birthday party.jāli
182.Raij im pilawā, jukwa, im ṃōñā ko jet ilo kāān rej itok jān Amedka, Aujterelia, kab Jepaan.Rice and flour, sugar and other foods in cans come from America, Australia, and Japan. [S6]kāān
183.Rar jaketo-jaketak ṃōñā ko ilo iien keemem eo.They distributed the food at the birthday party.jaketo-jaketak
184.Rar jekōbwa ṃōñā in raelep.They made jekōbwa for lunch.jekōbwa
185.Rej bōk waj bao im piik im im aolep kain ṃōñā, kab amiṃōṇo.They bring chickens, pork, breadfruit, and all kinds of food and handicraft. [S4]amiṃōṇo
186.Rej ṃaabe lowaan jikin ṃōñā eoThey're mopping down the dining hall.ṃaab
187.Rej ṃōñā ilo jikin ṃōñā eo.They are eating at the dining hall.ṃōñā
188.Rej ṃōñā ilo jikin ṃōñā eo.They are eating at the dining hall.ṃōñā
189.Rej ṃōñā jānit in barulep.They are eating coconut-crab claws.jānit
190.Rej ṃōñā jukjukin raij.They are eating rice balls.jukjuk
191.Rej pād wōt ijo iuṃwin ijo jaar ṃōñā ieThey are still there under the breadfruit tree where we had our lunch.ijo
192.Ri-ajej ṃōñā rej ṃōñā āliktataThose who divide up the food eat last.ajej
193.Ri-ajej ṃōñā rej ṃōñā āliktataThose who divide up the food eat last.ajej
194.Ri-Ruk rej ṃōñā jipenpenThe Chuukese eat sea cucumber.jipenpen
195.Rōnañin kilōki ke ṃōñā koHave they put the food in the kilōk?kilōk
196.Rōpodem ṃōñā.They haven't even begun to eat.podem
197.Rūbbweik ṃōñā eo eṇ.He's the man who carries the food.bōbweik
198.Ta ṇe ear ṃōñā im kailọklọjien?What did he eat to make him have diarrhea?ilọk lọje
199.Ta unin aṃ kar kōjabweik aṃ kepooj ṃōñā eoWhy did you prepare an insufficient amount of food?jabwe
200.Tal eo an ṃōñā eṇ an Kōppālle ṇe ḷọkThat's the Capelle clan on its way to pay its last respects to the deceased.tal
201.Wāween rawūn, waan rawūn eṇ ej etal ñan aolep āne in Rālik, ñe ebooḷ kobban kab ñe emaat ṃōñā im ṃweiuk, erọọl ñan Majro, eakto in ektak, kaṃōjḷọk tūreep eṇ an.The procedure is for the field trip ship to go to all the islands of the Rālik, and when it is fully loaded and all food and trade goods are gone, it returns to Majuro, off-loading and on-loading, to finish the trip. [S17]wāwee-
202.Wūnin an jab ṃōñā ebwiden jerbal.He didn't eat because he was busy working.bwiden
203.Wūnin tūreep in rawūn kein, kōnke en bōkḷọk ṃōñā im ṃweiuk im ektak waini jān aolep aelōñ ko ilikin Mājro.The purpose of the round-trips is to take food and trade goods and bring copra from all the outer islands to Majuro. [S17]wūn

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