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1.Ejjeḷọk pilawā āinwōt pilawāin ṃwiin, rej make wōt ennọ,” ḷeo ilo jikin wia eo ekar ba ñan juon iaan ruwia ro.There’s no better bread than the bread they sell here; it’s really delicious,” the man at the store said to one of the customers. [P262]nenọ
2.Kwōmaroñ ke letok pilawā kōn aolepān jāān e?” iba ñan ḷeo ilo jikin wia eo im leḷọk lemñoul jāān.“Could you give me bread for all of this change?” I asked the man at the shop and gave him fifty cents. [P263]jāān
3.Nejū e, lewaj jāān jet im etal im wia tok ad ṃabuñ pilawā,” Jema ekkūr tok ke ij wanlōñ tak jān lowa ñan ioon teek.“Son, take this change and go buy us some bread for breakfast,” Father called to me as I climbed out onto the deck. [P260]ṃabuñ
4.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
5.Ear ṇakijen pilawā.He gave him bread.ṇakijen
6.Eddepñatñat pilawā eThis bread is gooey all over.depñat
7.Ej ja āindeeo an kar ḷap raij im pilawā eo kijemmān ak rōban jerbal kōn wōt an kar jabwe dānnin idaak ñan kōmat.So even though we had a lot of rice and flour, we didn’t use any because we didn’t have enough fresh water to cook with. [P1017]jabwe
8.Ejjañin kōkaan (ekkaan) pāāk in pilawā ṇeThat sack of flour has not been opened yet. (It is still intact.)kōkaan
9.Ejjimattantan pilawāThese loaves of bread are all cut in half.jimattan
10.Eḷap an nenān (ennān) pilawā ṇeThat bread is moldy.nenān
11.Elirọuwe pilawā ṇeThe bread is moldy.lirọuwe
12.Emmọkunkun kain pilawā ṇeThat kind of bread is always getting smaller.mọkun
13.Eṃōj kajimettani pilawāThe loaves have been cut in half.jimattan
14.Eor ke pilawā amej ṃwiinDo you have any flour?amej
15.Ettipdikdik pilawāThese loaves of bread keep crumbling.tipdikdik
16.Euwe pilawā eThe dough's rising.uwe
17.Ibōk kabwin ti eo liṃō im juon kijō jiḷaitin pilawā im ṃōṃakūt bwe en or jikin an Kapen eo jijet ijo.I took my cup of tea and a slice of bread and moved over to make space for the Captain to sit. [P272]jiḷait
18.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 ṃōñāI 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
19.Ij jab lo ta ṇe ennọ ilo raij kab pilawā im jeṃṃa.”I don’t see what’s so delicious about rice or bread with canned mackerel.” [P334]jeṃṃa
20.Jaaṃe pilawā ṇePut jam on your bread.jaaṃ
21.Jaaṃiḷọk pilawā kaṇ kijeer.Put jam on their bread.jaaṃ
22.Jaaṃtata pilawā e kijō.My bread got the most jam.jaaṃ
23.Jekaro ej bar bōk jikin iij ilo iiōk pilawā.Jekaro also takes the place of yeast in making bread. [S19]pilawā
24.Kab baankeeke pilawā ṇe ilju.Be sure to make some pancakes out of that flour tomorrow.baankeek
25.Kwōjeḷā ke iiōk pilawā?Do you know how to mix dough?iiōk
26.Kwōn bōtaik ḷọk pilawā ṇe kijen ledik eṇ.Put butter on that bread and give it to the girl to eat.bōta
27.Kwōn jab kajjedwawaik(i) pilawā ṇe bwe enaaj kijñeñe.Don't leave the loaf out in the open because it'll get hard.jejedwawa
28.Kwōn leḷọk pilawā ṇe bwe ren jāiboiki.Give them the flour so they can make jaibo with it.jāibo
29.Kwōn likliki pilawā ṇe bwe ekijkij.Sift that flour because it has lots of bugs in it.liklik
30.Kwōnañin kọuweiki ke pilawā eoHave you put leaven in the dough?kauwe
31.Ḷeo ear kaiiouk juon pilawā im kañe.The man ate a whole loaf of bread.iio
32.Ḷeo edeḷọñ ḷọk ilowaan ruuṃ eo im ḷak diwōj tok ej jibwe ruo ḷoobwin pilawā, eṃōj an limi kōn peba būrawūn, ej ja āindeeo aer māāṇāṇ ke rej kab mat tok.The man went into a room and when he came back out he was holding loaves of bread, already wrapped in brown paper, still warm from the oven. [P264]būrawūn
33.Ṃōjin bōk jāān eo, ibuuḷ āne ḷọk ñan ṃōn wia pilawā eoAfter taking the money, I hurried to the store that sold bread. [P261]buuḷ
34.Ṃōñā pilawā in jibboñ ekaakekeik lọjiō.Eating bread in the morning gives me that uncomfortable feeling of a stomach overstuffed with food.akeke
35.Ñale tok pilawā ṇeKnead the dough for me.ñal
36.Pilawā kattu kọpe.Bread dipped in coffee.kattu
37.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
38.Ri-iiōk pilawā.The bread maker.iiōk

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