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AA bwe eṇta kwōj inepata ke ñe etal im apañ tok, jejujen kōjerbal kōṃadṃōdin aelōñ kein.”But what are you worried about; if we go and something is wrong, then we’ll fix it in the traditional ways.” P289apañ
 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. P201āne
 Ooo, a bar iọkwe koṃro,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.Oh, and goodbye to you two,” the old man said. P217iọkwe
 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.” P200jab bar
 Ak jab meḷọkḷọk naan eo an rūtto ro, ekadu tōllọk in a eaetok peḷọk in’ ñe koṃ ḷokan kanne wa ṇe kōn jọkpej, ej kab naaj kauwōtataḷọk wōt.”But don’t forget the old saying staying within the realm of possibilities is short, but being adrift like this is long’; when you guys fill the boat with scrap, it will be more dangerous.” P99kauwōtata
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AaetAaet,” euwaak.Yes,” he answered. P331aaet
 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. P123katak
AbAb in et ñe edike eok.But what can I do if she doesn't like you.ab in et
abaEṃṃan tata aba eṇ iarin Likiep.Likiep has the best anchorage.aba
 Eaar ruṃḷọk juon tiiṃa in Jepaan eo ilo aba eṇ Likiep.A Japanese ship sank in the harbor at Likiep.aba
 Wa ko erko ilo aba eo rej añkō.The boats were there at the anchorage/harbor.erko
 Ālikin an kaaṃtōūki eḷak memaan ilo aba eṇ Kuajleen emmejaja ṇa ioon dān.After he repaired it, he anchored it in the Kwajalein harbor, and it looked very beautiful on the water. P14kaaṃtō
abaikiRaar abaiki arin āneoThey made a harbor on the lagoon side of the island.aba
abaiktokRūttariṇae in Amedka ro raar abaiktok arin aelōñ in ñan kien ṇe ad.The American soldiers created a harbor on the lagoon side of this island for our government.aba
abbaRōkijoñ abba in jota.They're used to dynamiting in the evening.abba
 Ekauwaroñroñ aer abba.Their dynamiting is noisy.abba
AbbaanAbbaan (abbain) Amedka men eo.That was a dynamite of American origin.abba
abbaikiEerbooj ear abbaiki pedpedin ĀnewātakThe air force was dynamiting the Eniwetak reef.abba
abbainAbbaan (abbain) Amedka men eo.That was a dynamite of American origin.abba
abbaḷọkIj abbawaj ak kwōn abbaḷọk.I'm dynamiting in your direction while you're dynamiting in that direction.abba
abbawajIj abbawaj ak kwōn abbaḷọk.I'm dynamiting in your direction while you're dynamiting in that direction.abba
abbōjejeKwōjeḷā ke ewōr ḷaddik ijōkaṇe bwe ebar jino abbōjeje.You'll know there are boys around because she starts flirting.abje
 Kwōn jab abbōjeje!Don't go around flirting!abje
 Kwōj abbōjeje ḷọk ñan ia?Where are you taking your flirting?abje
AbdikaKileptata aḷkitain Abdika.The biggest alligators are found in Africa.aḷkita
 Ettaikōkō buḷōn mar in Abdika.There are tigers all over the African jungles.taikō
abjaKar baj abja wōtThat's just the way I am. I'm funny that way.abja
abjāerTa kaṇ abjāer?What are their peculiarities?abja
abjājeTa ejaje abjāje keCan't she tuck things under the arm?abjāje
abjājeikiEṃṃan aṃ abjājeiki iep ṇe aṃ.I like the way you tuck that basket under your arm. It's okay for you to carry that basket under your arm.abjāje
abjājeikḷọkKwōj abjājeikḷọk ñan ia?Where are you taking it tucked under your arm?abjāje
abjājeinIban meḷọkḷọk abjājein lioI can't forget the way she tucked things under her arm.abjāje
abjeAn abje ekaapañ an wōnṃaanḷọk.Her shyness hinders her progress.abje
abjeinEjjeḷọk wōt abjein ledik eo.I never saw a shier girl than her.abje
AbjeūAbjeū ekōṃṃan bwe in jab teru.My shyness prevent me from landing the job.abje
AbḷajtiiñinAbḷajtiiñin ia ṇe kōtkaṃ?Where did you get your abḷajtiiñ plant?abḷajtiiñ
abnāerKwoban jeḷā abnāer.You'll never know the secrets of their spiritual powers.abōn
abṇōṇōTa ṇe kwōj abṇōṇō eakeWhat are you complaining about?abṇōṇō
 Ejaje abṇōṇō ñan jidik.He is not bothered one bit.abṇōṇō
 Addikdū ekōṃṃan an abṇōṇō.My looking at her out of the corner of my eye made her nervous.addikdik
 Eṃṃan mour im ejako abṇōṇō ke ej jino aemed ḷọk in jota.I felt good and was not upset anymore as the evening got cooler. P115aemed
 Iar kanooj jejerkakkak (ejjerkakkak) boñ kōn abṇōṇō.I kept getting up all night because I was uncomfortable.jerkak
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abṇōṇōḷọkIar abṇōṇōḷọk im ibōj mej.I got so upset I almost died.abṇōṇō
abṇōṇōūBaj abṇōṇōū kōn an memakijkijtok.I'm so upset by his frequent visits.abṇōṇō
abṇōṇōwajEñeo ear abṇōṇōwaj ijeṇeṇe waj.I saw him upset and going in that direction.abṇōṇō
AbōbinAbōbin bōt meṇṇe.That's the refusal of a stubborn person.abōb
abōblepĀinwōt baj tipen ḷaddik abōblep men ṇeThat boy looks like the stubborn type.abōblep
abōblepiṃEjjeḷọk wōt abōblepiṃ.Oh, you're so negative.abōblep
abōblepwajEñeo eaar abōblepwaj wōt ijeṇeṇe waj.I saw him looking uninterested and heading that away.abōblep
abọikiRenaaj abọiki ñāātWhen are they putting the fender on?abọ
abōlEnnọ leen abōl pinanaan Naṃdik.Naṃdik has good tasting apple bananas.abōḷ
abōḷIj jañin ellolo abōḷ kilmeejI have not seen a black apple.abōḷ
 Iar wiaik juon kōtka abōḷ pinanaI bought myself an apple banana plant.abōḷ
AbōḷinAbōḷin AmedkaAmerican apple.abōḷ
abōḷpinanaikiLio eaar abōḷpinanaiki iiōk eo.She added apple bananas to the cooking.abōḷ
AbōnānAbōnān ṇakṇōkThe spiritual power of a great black magician.abōn
 Ekajoor wōt abōnān rūanijnij eo.The sorcerer has such great powers.abōn
AbōnenAbōnen ṃōkadeThe characteristics of an expert.abōne-
abōntọunEn baj abōntọun wōt wōṇāān ṃweiuk raan kein?Why do the prices of goods fluctuate so much nowadays?abōṇtọun
abōntọunūEkaamijak abōntọunū.The way I ride the teeter-tooter is scary.abōṇtọun
AbọọnAbọọn waan Jepaan.Japanese car's fender.abọ
 Ewōr ke abọọn wiiḷ ṇe iṃaan?Does the front wheel have a fender?abọ
aborEjaje abor an etal.It never gets impeded while in progress.abor
AborinAborin kapin wa in ekōṃṃan an bat.The drag on the bottom of the boat is the cause of it not running fast.abor
aborūBaj aborū ke iitōn ban wōnṃaanḷọk.I'm so impeded I can't move forward.abor
abōtọunKōjro ilān abōtọun.Let's go ride the see-saw.abōṇtọun
AbọūAbọū.I put the fender on.abọ
abwinEar abwin bōk men eo kijen.He refused to take his food.abwin bōk
 Ear abwin bōk ṃōñāHe rejected food.abwin bōk
 Aeṃōḷoḷoū ṇa ijin ekōṃṃan abwin etalThe coolness I get at this spot makes me want to stay.aeṃōḷoḷo
 Ekar abwin ṇapitōn innem ear petpet kōn waini.He didnt want to give him a pillow so he used a coconut as one.ṇapitōn
 Rej tōḷọk abwin kōnonoThey were equally unwilling to talk.tōḷọk
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abwinmakeAn abwinmake ej kaajjoweweiki.His fear of ghosts makes him whistle continuouslyajwewe
 Ear al im jujuurḷọk an abwinmake.He sang to overcome his fear of ghosts.jujuurḷọk
 Emarok jilōñlōñ im eḷak errobōlbōl dedojat i buḷōn lọjet, iwātin kar abwinmake eakiIt was pitch-black and as the plankton glowed deep down in the sea, I was almost afraid there might be ghosts around. P568rorobōlbōl
abwinmakeiṃBaj abwinmakeiṃ ke kwoban etal ñan ṃweeṇ in boñ.You must really be afraid of ghosts since you can't walk to that house at night.abwinmake
AbwinmakelepAbwinmakelep men ṇeThere's a great fearer of ghosts.abwinmakelep
AbwinmakelepinAbwinmakelepin aelōñ in.A great fearer of the dark from this island.abwinmakelep
abwinmakewajEñeo ear abwinmakewaj ijeṇe waj.Afraid of ghosts as he was, I saw him going in your directionabwinmake
adRūttariṇae in Amedka ro raar abaiktok arin aelōñ in ñan kien ṇe ad.The American soldiers created a harbor on the lagoon side of this island for our government.aba
 Ānbwinnid enaaj mej ak ad enaaj mour indeo.Our body will die but the soul will live forever.ad
 Ad ñan mej.Inalienable. Ours till death.ad
 Ad men kaṇe.Those are our things.ad
 Ad eṇ an Tiṃur.A cloud formation signifying an approaching storm.ad
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AdamAnij ear kōjeraṃṃan Adam im Eve im ba, "Koṃro en timọọn im wōrḷọk, bwe ro ineemi ren ajedeed ioon laḷ.God blessed Adam and Eve and said, "Be fruitful and multiply, so that your offspring will spread be all over the world." (Genesis 1:28)timọọn
adbwijiEṃōj ke aṃ adbwiji?Did you prod it?adibwij
adbwijiḷọkKwōjaaṃ adbwijiḷọk?Why did you prod it away?adebdeb
adbwijitokKōtḷọk bwe en adbwijitok.Let him prod it closer to us.adebdeb
addeboululKwōn jab addeboulul bwe kwōnaaj ṃōḷañḷōñDon't whirl around or you'll get dizzy.addeboulul
addeboululḷọkIar addeboululḷọk ñan ṃōn Jeeki inne in kappok liṃō uno.I was dizzy when I went to Jeeki's house yesterday to get some medicine.addeboulul
addeboululūBaj addeboululū ke itōn eṃṃōj.I'm so dizzy I want to throw up.addeboulul
addemlōkmejBwidej ko ad rej addemlōkmej.Our land belongs to us until death.addemlōkmej
 Maroñ ko addemlōkmej ejjeḷọk juon emaroñ būki jān kōj.No one can take away our inalienable rightsaddemlōkmej
addiAlikkar an kar kilep jān wōt addi kaṇe addiin.He/she obviously was big judging by his/her fingers/toes. addi
 Ekadu addi kaṇ eoḷōpān peier. / Ekadu addi-eoḷapier.Their middle fingers are short.addi-eoḷap
 Addi lepin neō.My big toe.addi-lep
 Addi lepin peiū.My thumb.addi-lep
 Addi lepūMy thumb (or big toe).addi-lep
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addi-dikiJoñan an kajoor addiin pein, ear addi-diki kilōk eo im kotake.He's got such strong fingers, he lifted the big food basket with his pinky.addi-dik
addi-dikinEar kaaddi-diki (kōṃṃan addi-dikin) tọḷe eo kōn mōttan nuknuk.She put a little finger on the doll with a piece of cloth.addi-dik
addi-dikūEdik jān addi-dikū.It's smaller than my little finger.addi-dik
addi-eoḷapeIllu kōn an kar addi-eoḷapeI was mad because he gave me the finger.addi-eoḷap
 Kwōn ṃōk addi-eoḷape.Why don't you try using your middle finger?addi-eoḷap
addi-eoḷapeḷọkEn addi-eoḷapeḷọk bwe jen etal.Why doesn't he hurry up and use his middle finger so we can be on our way?addi-eoḷap
addi-eoḷapierEkadu addi kaṇ eoḷōpān peier. / Ekadu addi-eoḷapier.Their middle fingers are short.addi-eoḷap
addiikiRi-maakaiio eo ear addiiki ḷōṃaro im kotak er.The giant grabbed the men and lifted them up with his fingers.addi
addiinAlikkar an kar kilep jān wōt addi kaṇe addiin.He/she obviously was big judging by his/her fingers/toes. addi
 Elōñ ek ilowaan addiin likin āninThe narrow gashes in the reef around this island have plenty of fish.addi
 Epedkat addiin neōMy toes are muddy.addi
 Ri-kōṃṃan ekjab eo ear kōṃṃan addiin ekjab eo ekjabin Būreejtōn Jọọnjen.The statue maker put fingers on President Johnson's statue.addi
 Ta eo ear kōṃṃan addiin pedpedin āninWhat caused the narrow gashes you see on the reef around the island?addi
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addikdikEñeo eaar addikdik waj im wāwewaj ijeṇeṇe waj.He was squinting and heading in that direction there.addikdik
addikdikiEinwōt kwōj baj addikdikiI feel like you're suspecting me.addikdik
 Ej addikdiki eokShe's looking at you out of the corner of her eye.addikdik
 Ej addikdiki waj ṇe aṃ.He's got his eyes on your watch.addikdik
addikdiktokEtke kwōj addikdiktok?Why are you squinting at us?addikdik
AddikdūAddikdū ekōṃṃan an abṇōṇō.My looking at her out of the corner of my eye made her nervous.addikdik
addi-kọọtotetokKwōn addi-kọọtotetok jān iuṃwin tebōḷ ṇeUse your index finger and push it out from under the desk.addi-kọọtot
addikọọtotinEinwōt baj tipen addikọọtotin ri-ṂajeḷIt looks like an index finger belonging to a Marshallese.addi-kọọtot
addi-kọọtotinRōno im mālij addi-kọọtotin rūkọọt eo.The thief got his index finger smashedaddi-kọọtot
addi-lepḶeo ear addi-lep waj ijeṇe towaj.There he was giving the finger as he was heading that way.addi-eoḷap
addi-lepānJidpān jarom eo ejidpāne addi-lepān kaaṃtō eo.The electric saw sawed off the carpenter's thumb.addi-lep
addi-lepeKwōmaroñ ke addi-lepe ḷọk tọọḷe ṇe nejin?Could you put a thumb on the doll for her?addi-lep
addiṃakokoJema ekar kate wōt ak elukkuun alikkar an dedodo im addiṃakoko.Father was doing his best to persevere but it was obvious that he was growing hopeless and uneasy. P1027addiṃakoko
 Eḷap addiṃakoko rainin im iabwin jerbal.I'm sluggish today and don't feel like working.addiṃakoko
 Jema ekar kate wōt ak elukkuun alikkar an dedodo im addiṃakoko.Father was doing his best to persevere but it was obvious that he was growing hopeless and uneasy. P1027dedo
addiṃakokoinAddiṃakokoūṃ einwōt addiṃakokoin.Your sluggishness and his sluggishness are alike.addiṃakoko
AddiṃakokoūṃAddiṃakokoūṃ einwōt addiṃakokoin.Your sluggishness and his sluggishness are alike.addiṃakoko
addimejmejEḷap an ḷadik eṇ addimejmej.That boy is sickly.addimej
 Wūnin aṃ addimejmej ṇe kōn aṃ mejkaiie.You've lost your coordination because you yearn after but can't get to first base with women.mejkaiie
addimejmejḷọkEj addimejmejḷọk ñan ia?Where is he going with his lethargic attitude?addimej
addimejmejūKab baj addimejmejū ke iroñ an al.I didn't get bored until I heard his singing.addimej
addiūEmetak addiū.My fingers hurt.addi
adeañEpojak ke adeañ kaṃbōj im jaat?”Are our compass and charts ready?” P285 P285ad
 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. P1268dao
 Enaaj kōjkan ke joñan ettōr tak eo adeañ ippān kōto im ṇo ko eo,” Jema euwaak.Yes, and the reason being that we have been going against the wind and the waves all this time,” Father replied. P794kōjka-
 Iba eṃṃan ñe jeañ tar āne waj im teiñi kōb ṇe adeañ ṃokta jān ad itaḷọk wōt ñan eoonene.”Should we sail to that island and fill up our water container before heading to the main island?” P1213eoonene
 Iba eṃṃan ñe jeañ tar āne waj im teiñi kōb ṇe adeañ ṃokta jān ad itaḷọk wōt ñan eoonene.”Should we sail to that island and fill up our water container before heading to the main island?” P1213itaḷọk
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adebdebḶeo ej adebdeb wainiHe is moving copra nuts with a stick.adebdeb
 Letok kein adebdeb ṇe bwe in ja kōjerbale.Let me use the prodding stick.adebdeb
AdedAded kijoñjō men eo.That was a great giant clam shell.aded
 Jān wōt dettan aded kaṇe kar adedin, ealikkar bwe ekar juon kapoor eo ekilep.It obviously was a huge giant clam, judging from its shell.aded
 Bōk wōt kobban dimwūj kaṇe bwe ekaddoujuj aded kaṇeJust take the meat out of the clams because the shells will only be (undesirable) added weight.kaddoujuj
adedeEḷap wōt an adede arin āninThere are lots of giant clam shells on the beach of this island.aded
 Rej adede ioon jimeeṇ eṇ.A giant clam shell is cemented to the concrete top.aded
AdedinAdedin Pikaar bwe ealikkar.It's obviously a giant clam shell from Pikar Atoll.aded
 Jān wōt dettan aded kaṇe kar adedin, ealikkar bwe ekar juon kapoor eo ekilep.It obviously was a huge giant clam, judging from its shell.aded
adenEtūṃ aden ṇailaḷHis fingers fell on the ground.aden
AdenpeAdenpe ekij pein im jako.An adenpe shark bit his hand off.adenpe
adenpeinBaj adenpein arin ānin ḷōṃaThe lagoon side of this island is teeming with adenpe sharks.adenpe
 Elāj adenpein likin āninThe adenpe sharks on the ocean side of this island are fierce.adenpe
adibwijḶeo ej adibwij waini eo.He is moving the copra nut with a stick.adebdeb
 Kwōn adibwij tokProd it out for me.adibwij
adikEnañin adik keIs the first quarter of the moon visible yet?adik
AdikinAdikin allōñ jab in ettino.The first quarter of the moon for this month in not visible.adik
adipāānEnnọ ke adipāān āniinAre the adipā fish of this island good?adipā
adjeelAwaan waj ko adjeel kein,” ekar ba.Here are the watch hours for the three of us,” he said. P537awa
 Bojin e, lukkuun kọkoṇ lowa bwe en maroñ uwe aolepān jọkpej kaṇ adjeel.”Mr. Boatswain, make sure you stack these neatly so everything can go.” P357koṇ
adjelIj kune im kōjro wōnāne ḷọk kōjjel Kapen eo jino ektaki tok jọkpej ko adjel.I’m turning it off and the two of us will go ashore and together with the Captain we’ll start loading our scrap. P337ad
 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
adkeelelEṃōj ṇe aṃ adkeelel bwe kwōleḷḷap.Stop being so stubborn as you're an old woman.adkeelel
 Kwōj etal kake adkeelel ṇe wōjaṃ ñan ia?Where are you toting your disobedience to?adkeelel
adkeelelierBaj adkeelelier!They are such an intractable group!adkeelel
ĀdkupJemọ, Pikaar, Tōke, im Ādkup rej jet iaan ḷārooj ko ilo aelōñin ṂajeḷJemo, Bikar, Taka, and Erikub are some of the islands in the Marshalls reserved for chiefs strictly for food-gathering purposes.ḷārooj
admānĀindein admān naaj jeje tak waj ijeṇe tak waj ñan Likiep.That way we’ll sail into the wind toward Likiep. P842ad
 Kwōj ḷōmṇak jekar tōpar ia ke ej kun injin e admān?” Jema ekajjitōk ippān.Where do you think we were when our engine went out?” Father asked. P790ad
 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. P796tōtoḷọk
 Kab kaiur bwe ṃōttan wōt jidik ekun injin e admān bwe emaat kaan.And hurry up. The engine is about to shut off because there’s only a little bit of fuel left.P570kaiur
adpāEñeo ear adpā towaj ijeṇeṇe waj.I saw him stagger in that direction toward the west.adpā
AduwadoierAduwadoier, kōrāān Ṃajeḷ in raan kein.Their way of carrying things in a basket, today's Marshallese women, that is.aduwado
aduwadoikḷọkRej aduwadoikḷọk ñan ṃweoThey're carrying it in a basket to the house.aduwado
aduwadoukKwōn aduwadouk bōb e.Put this pandanus in the basket and carry it.aduwado
adwōjAlmaroñūmi ear kōṃṃan bwe en tōprak jerbal ḷapḷap eo adwōj.Your cooperation enabled us to complete the great project of ours.almaroñ
 Eṃṃan adwōj iiāioIt's good for all of us to get together.iiāio
aeKwōn ae waini.Gather coconuts.ae
 Ej ae niñaḷọk kiiō kōnke ekkā wōt an kūtak bwe ej iien rak wōt.The current is running northwards now, because there is normally wind from the southwest since it’s summer. P186ae
 Ālkin kilaaj rualitōk, ro ri-kaki ro rej ḷōmṇak bwe remaroñ etal ñan ae jikuuḷ, rej jilikinḷọk er ñan Mājro.After eighth grade, those students the teachers think are able to attend high school are sent to Majuro as of 1965. S24ia
 Jen ae juon jāān.Lets collect pennies.juon jāān
 Innem ñe jeañ kabbwe, jeañ ban loe ak jenaaj iione ae niñaḷọk ṇe im enaaj kinōōr kōj bwe jen ḷe jān Ruōt.And if we turn, we won’t see it and we’ll run into the northward current which will carry us past Ruōt. P900kinōōr
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aebōjEar tōteiñ (etteiñ) aebōj eṇ aṃro ilo wōt ko.Our cistern caught some of the rain squalls.aebōj
 Kwōmaroñ ke letok jidik liṃō aebōj?Could you give me some wateraebōj
 Ewi toon aṃ amān dān eṇ ilo aebōj jimāāṇ ṇe aṃ?How long does the water in your cistern last you? or How long do you get to use the water in your cistern?amān
 Ebar aebōj jimeeṇ eo.The cistern is empty.bar
 Ebooḷtōñtōñ aebōj jimāāṇ eo kōn dānnin wōt.The concrete cistern overflowed with rain water.booḷtōñtōñ
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aebōjetokKwōmaroñ ke aebōjetok kuuḷeit ṇe liṃō?Can you put some water in the Koolaid for us?aebōj
aebōj-jimeeṇJete aebōj-jimeeṇ iāninHow many cisterns are there on this island.aebōj-jimeeṇ
 Joñan, eḷae ioon dān āinwōt lowaan juon aebōj-jimeeṇ.The water was so calm that it looked glassy as if it were inside a cistern. P994aebōj-jimeeṇ
aebōj-jimeeṇeKwōmaroñ ke aebōj-jimeeṇe tok juon arro?Could you build me a water cistern?aebōj-jimeeṇ
Aebōj-jimeeṇinAebōj-jimeeṇin wōn in? Aebōj-jimeeṇū.Who built this cistern? I did.aebōj-jimeeṇ
 Ear jutak wōt aebōj-jimeeṇin Jepaan ko.The cisterns built by the Japanese were still standing up.aebōj-jimeeṇ
Aebōj-jimeeṇūAebōj-jimeeṇin wōn in? Aebōj-jimeeṇū.Who built this cistern? I did.aebōj-jimeeṇ
aebōj-laḷeEar aebōj-laḷe ḷọk wāto eo ñaneHe dug a well on the land for her.aebōj-laḷ
Aebōj-laḷinAebōj-laḷin Mājro ennọ kobbaer.The water from the ground wells at Majuro is potable.aebōj-laḷ
aeboojojElukkuun aeboojoj ut kōṃṃan eṇ.That's a very pretty artificial flower.kōṃṃan
AeinAein / aetin turin ānin ebwe an kajoor.The current near this island is strong enough.ae
aejekiErro ar aejeki ek kaṇe.They (two) caught the fish using the surround net.aejek
aejekinEban jab jeraaṃṃan ad eọñōd ilo aejekin ibwijtokWe're bound to be lucky when we fish with a surrounding net on a dark night with the tide coming in.aejek
AejemjemierAejemjemier ealikkar ilo naan ko aer.Their persuasiveness was evident in their choice of words.aejemjem
AejemjeminAejemjemin naan ko an ekōṃṃan aer ellowetak.His persuasiveness swayed them into action.aejemjem
aejetWaan tulọk eṇ ewaḷọk i aejet.The submarine is surfacing.aejet
 Lale wōn eṇ emmat i aejet.Look at that turtle on top of the water.memat
aejetinEḷae ḷọk ioon aejetin liklaḷin ānin jān Jemọ.The surface of the ocean on the leeside of this island's is smoother than that of Jemo Island.aejet
aejikuuḷRi-jikuuḷ in aejikuuḷ.High school students.jikuuḷ
ae-jikuuḷEttanijnij ri-jikuuḷ in ae-jikuuḷ.The high school students are always having dances.tanij
aekijekinEkajoor aekijekin to eṇ i Epoon.The currents around the Ebon Atoll passage are quite strong.aekijek
aekōrāikKwōn ṃōk aekōrāik tok ñan ñaWould you fasten the sail to the boom for me?aekōrā
 Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej aekōrāik wūjḷāān tipñōl eṇ.The men are there fastening the sail to the boom.aekōrā
AekōrāinAekōrāin likao in raan kein ej jab einwōt likao in raan ko jeṃaanḷọk.The way young men today fasten the canoe sails to the booms is not the same as the style of fastening done by young men of yesterday.aekōrā
AelaḷinAelaḷin jiroñin Arno ebuñbuñ ilo Ṃajeḷ in.The sexual intercourse technique performed by Arno young women is renowned in the Marshall Islands.aelaḷ
aelbūrōrōikKwaar aelbūrōrōik ke juub ṇeDid you put red squirrel fish in the soupaelbūrōrō
aelellaḷKwōjab aelellaḷ bwe kwōnāj jorrāān.Control your lust before it ruins you.aelellaḷ
aelellaḷeḶeetao ear aelellaḷe JemāluutEtao stole Jemaluut's wife.aelellaḷ
aelellọḷKadik ḷọk aṃ aelellọḷ.Don't be too expectant.aelellaḷ
aelellọḷeJab aelellọḷe bwe enaaj kọọle eok.Better not fool around with his wife or he'll put a spell on you.aelellaḷ
AelellọḷinAelellọḷin jowi eṇ an Ri-Ṃae.The well-known lust within the Ri-Ṃae clan.aelellaḷ
aelellọḷūṃBaj aelellọḷūṃ ḷe ke eñṇe kwọitaak.You're so impetuous that you've crashed.aelellaḷ
aelellorEḷap an aelellor iuṃwin wōjke eṇ.It's very shady under that tree.aelor
aelinEuwwi wōt aelin ArṇoUnicorn fish from Arno are the most delicious.ael
aelmeejeEṃōj aelmeeje arin ṃweeṇThe lagoon side of that tract of land is infested with the surgeonfish.aelmeej
AelokMokwaṇ dadaan Aelok.It's uncooked juice of the Aelok pandanus variety, mixed with crated coconut.Aelok
 Jennōbin mekwaṇ in Aelok.The jennōb is made of pandanus from Aelok.jennōb
 Senator eo jān Mājej eaar rie pepe eo an senator ṃōttan jān Aelok.The senator from Mejit backed up the proposal of his fellow-senator from Aelok. rie
aelọkEj jab aelọk.It's quite obvious.aelọk
 Ej jab aelọk ajej in kabwebwein ri-nana.The cheating of evil men is not hard to see.ajej in kabwebwe
 Mede eṇ bwe ej jab aelọk albakbōkinThat's Mary because that's obviously how she carries things tucked under her arm.albakbōk
 Rej jab aelọk jerbal ko an rōmṃan.His good performances are known by everybody. His good work is well known.ej jab aelọk
 Ej jab aelọk mālōtlōtHe's definitely a genius.ej jab aelọk
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AelokinAelokin ia men ṇe kōtkaṃ?Where did you get your Aelok planting from?Aelok
AelọkinAelọkin ke ej naaj kar itok wōt.There was no doubt that he would come.aelọk
aelọkūṃBaj aelọkūṃ ke iñak ke kwōpād ijo.You were so well hidden I didn't notice you were there.aelọk
aelōnEḷañe enaaj wōr retio in kōnono ilo aolep aelōñ, enaaj kanooj in jipañ aolep aelōn ko ilikin.If there were radio communication on all islands, it would really help all the outer islands. S25retio
aelōñRūttariṇae in Amedka ro raar abaiktok arin aelōñ in ñan kien ṇe ad.The American soldiers created a harbor on the lagoon side of this island for our government.aba
 Abwinmakelepin aelōñ inA great fearer of the dark from this island.abwinmakelep
 Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27aelōñ
 Raenōṃṃanḷọk ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.They're more peaceful on the outer islands.aenōṃṃan
 Eaeto rilikin aelōñ inThe current flows west on the lee side of the atollaeto
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aeḷōñJoñan an kar ḷokwanwaik tok aeḷōñ kein ke ear pād ijekaṇ eḷak rọọltok elukkuun ṃōHe was so homesick for the Marshalls while he was abroad that when he returned he was really skinny.ḷokwanwa
AelōñinAelōñin kiiñ ñan aelōñin kiiñ rōnaaj juṃae doon.Kingdom shall rise against kingdom.aelōñin kiiñ
 Aelōñin kiiñ ñan aelōñin kiiñ rōnaaj juṃae doon.Kingdom shall rise against kingdom.aelōñin kiiñ
 Eakaje ṃūtōn kōn an kar pād ilo aelōñin pālle kaṇ.He acts like a V.I.P. ever since he went to the U.S.akaje
 Eakḷañḷọk likao in aelōñin.The young men of this atoll are more preemptive.akḷañ
 Ālkin aolep ruo allōñ, waan rawūn eṇ ej raun ñan aolep aelōñin ṂajeḷEvery two months as of 1965 a field trip ship makes the rounds of all the islands of the Marshalls. S17aolep
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aelōñin-lañIj tōmak bwe ewōr aelōñin-lañ.I believe in heaven.aelōñin-lañ
 Kwōj ḷōmṇak aelōñin-lañ in ke?Do you think this is heaven?aelōñin-lañ
AelōñkeiniAelōñkeini tok kobban kilōk kaṇe.Put Aelōñkein bananas in those large food baskets.Aelōñ-kein
AelōñkeininEkkillep wūdin Aelōñkeinin NaṃdikThe Aelōñkein variety from Namorik has nice, big bananas.Aelōñ-kein
AelōñḷapḷapAlikkar ke anidepin Aelōñḷapḷap men in.It must be a kick ball made in Aelōñḷapḷap.anidep
 Ear ijjino eọ ilo Aelōñḷapḷap.Tattooing began on Aelōñḷapḷap.eọ
aelorPād ilo aelor ṇeStay in that shade.aelor
AelorinAelorin mejThe shadow of death.aelor
aeṃaanKwōjeḷā ke aeṃaan?Do you know how to fasten the edge of the sail to the gaff of the canoe?aeṃaan
aeṃaaneIaar kajjitōk bwe en aeṃaane tok wōjḷā eo ñan ñaI asked him to tie the sail to the gaff for me.aeṃaan
aeṃaaninEṃṃan ke aeṃaanin rijekjek waan Mile?Do the canoe builders from Mili do a good job of tying the sail edge to the gaff?aeṃaan
aemedEḷap an aemed iuṃwin eṇ.It is quite shady beneath that breadfruit tree.aemed
 Eṃṃan mour im ejako abṇōṇō ke ej jino aemed ḷọk in jota.I felt good and was not upset anymore as the evening got cooler. P115aemed
AemedinAemedin rainiin eṃṃan ḷọk jān inne.Today is cooler than yesterday.aemed
aemedḷọkKōjro kōttar an aemedḷọk im etal.Let's (the two of us) wait for evening (until it cools off) to go.aemedḷọk
 Ejino aemedḷọk ak ebarāinwōt wōr ṃōttan kain ṇe aproro.The coolness of the evening was upon us as was our dilemma. P1022apaproro
AemedḷọkinAemedḷọkin jotaThe cooling of the eveningjota
aeṃṃaninBaj aeṃṃanin rainiin turin to in?How come the current near the pass is so good todayaeṃṃan
aemọkkweikKwōj aemọkkweik ñan ñāātWhen are you going to stop following me around?aemọkkwe
AemọkkweinAemọkkwein ia ṇeWhere is that aemọkkwe from?aemọkkwe
AemọkkweiūAemọkkweiū ekōṃṃan an inepata.My following (her) around worried him.aemọkkwe
aeṃōḷoḷoEḷap an aeṃōḷoḷo mejatoto in jota.The air is very cool in the evening.aeṃōḷoḷo
 Epaak an kwōj bwe ejjino aeṃōḷoḷo.It'll freeze soon for it's beginning to get cool.aeṃōḷoḷo
AeṃōḷoḷoūAeṃōḷoḷoū ṇa ijin ekōṃṃan abwin etal.The coolness I get at this spot makes me want to stay.aeṃōḷoḷo
AemuujinAemuujin ioon dān ej kallikkar bwe ekkōtoto.The shimmering of the water on the lagoon surface means that it's windy.aemuuji
aenEj aen ḷọk ñan ñāātHow long is she going to iron?aen
AeṇakinAeṇakin ke ear wūte.He's drenched from being caught in the rain.aeṇak
AeṇaktataAeṇaktata.He's the most drenched to the skin.aeṇak
aeṇakūṃBaj aeṇakūṃ ḷeMan, you're drenched to the skin.aeṇak
aeneKwōj ja aene tok añkijeep e .Could you iron my handkerchief?aen
 Jemaroñ jidpān aene meṇ ṇeWe can cut it with a hacksaw.jidpān aen
AeninAenin wōn nuknuk kā? AenūWho ironed the clothes? I did.aen
 Epenḷọk aenin Amedka jān Jepaan.American metal is stronger than Japanese.aen
 Jidpān aenin ia ṇe aṃ?Where is your hacksaw from?jidpān aen
AeniñeañḷọkAeniñeañḷọk tata likin Ḷōñar ilo Arṇo.The northward flowing current is greatest on the ocean side of Ḷōñar in Arṇo.aeniñeañḷọk
AeniñeañḷọkinAeniñeañḷọkin tujab eṇ ebwe an kakijoñjoñ.The current that flows north in that area is a lot greater.aeniñeañḷọk
aenōṃṃanKiki aenōṃṃan.A peaceful sleep.aenōṃṃan
 Ekar kiki im aenōṃṃan.He was sleeping peacefully. P1080aenōṃṃan
 Aenōṃṃan tata mour ilo Wōja.Residing in Wōja is the most peaceful.aenōṃṃan
 Imaroñ ba kiin ke iien otemjej ke kōṃro Jema kar jar, kōṃro jimor kōn eñjake an aenōṃṃan im jokane tok ḷōmṇak ko aṃro.I can say now that the whole time we were praying, the two of us felt a sense of peace and calmness in our thoughts. P950jokane
AenōṃṃaniṃAenōṃṃaniṃ wōt emaroñ kōṃanṃan men otemjej.Only your peace can improve the situation.aenōṃṃan
AenūAenin wōn nuknuk kā? Aenū.Who ironed the clothes? I did.aen
aeñwāñwāEḷap an aeñwāñwā ajri raṇ.Those children are awfully noisy.aeñwāñwā
 Eñeo ear baj aeñwāñwā wōt waj ijeṇeṇe waj.The last I saw him he was being his noisy self going your way.aeñwāñwā
 Ejino aeñwāñwā ijo kōn armej.It was starting to get noisy from all the people. P149aeñwāñwā
 Etar jān joñan an ri-Amedka ro kōṃṃan aeñwāñwā.The Americans made noise beyond endurance.Amedka
 Amiiañ aeñwāñwā ekoṃṃan bwe en ruj niñniñ e.Your making noise woke the baby up.amiiañ
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aeñwāñwāierEjjeḷọk wōt aeñwāñwāier.They're very noisy.aeñwāñwā
AeñwāñwāinAeñwāñwāin jarlepejuIt's the clamor of a crowd.aeñwāñwā
aeoūEmetak aeoū.I'm painful in the kidney area.aeo
aepādpādEj aepādpād ḷọk ñan ñāātWhen will he stop tarrying?aepedped
 Jema eroñ ijin im jab bar aepādpād ak etōbtōb ḷọk ñan ippān Kapen eo.Father heard this and didn't hesitate but rushed straight to the Captain. P1087tōbtōb
AepādpādiṃAepādpādiṃ enaaj kōjerataiki eok.Your procrastination will make you sorry.aepedped
aepādpādinEar kōnono ṇae aepādpādin armejin raan kein.He spoke out against today's people procrastinating.aepedped
AepokpokinAepokpokin meḷeḷeComplex directions.aepokpok
aerEkauwaroñroñ aer abbaTheir dynamiting is noisy.abba
 Aejemjemin naan ko an ekōṃṃan aer ellowetakHis persuasiveness swayed them into action.aejemjem
 Aejemjemier ealikkar ilo naan ko aer.Their persuasiveness was evident in their choice of words.aejemjem
 Eḷap an aer jedọujij e .My trousers are too tight.aer
 Ta ṇe kwōj ba aer kakeWhy do you say it's theirs?aer
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aeraLikūti ioon aera tuanmiiñPut it on my left shoulder.aerā
AerāānAerāān tiljekThe shouldering of a careful person.aerā
aerāikEj aerāik ḷọk ñan ṃweeṇ iṃōn.He's shouldering him to his house.aerā
aerāikiEj ke aerāiki?Is he shouldering it?aerā
aeranEj ja ajjewewe bajjek wōt ijo ak ekā tak juon jekad im jok ioon aeran anbwijmaroñWhile he was whistling a black noddy flew over and landed on the Captain’s right shoulder. P1035ajwewe
 Eirḷọk diin aeran.He dislocated his collar bone.ir
 Bao eo eineeṃṃan wōt im kōjatdikdik ioon aeran Kapen eo ke ekā wōt im ñak en ita.The bird was so gentle and deceptive there on the Captain’s shoulder that when it moved he didn’t know what had happened. P1042jatdik
 Ñe baj ña eo, iñak ke eor men eo eḷaññe ikar jab roñ ainikien pein an bao eo pikpik ke ej jokadikdik tok im jok ioon aeran Kapen eo.As for me, I wouldn’t even have known the bird was there if I hadn’t heard its wings flapping as it slowly alighted on the Captain’s shoulder. P1037jok
 Bao eo eineeṃṃan wōt im kōjatdikdik ioon aeran Kapen eo ke ekā wōt im ñak en ita.The bird was so gentle and kōjatdikdik: deceptive? there on the Captain’s shoulder that when it moved he didn’t know what had happened. P1042kōjatdikdik
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aerarEṃōd ni eo kōn an kar aerar.The coconut tree is losing its leaves because it was singed by the fire.ṃōd
AerārAerār in jeṃjerā ilo ṃoolTouching shoulders in true friendship.aerār
 Ikoṇaan aerār waj ippaṃ.I want to touch shoulders with you.aerār
 Kwōn jab aerār ippaDon't touch shoulders with me.aerār
AerarierAerarier wōt ta.They're so brown they're unrecognizable.aerar
AerarinAerarin an kar kōḷọk.The trees are yellow from the fire that went out of control.aerar
AerartataAerartata keinikkanin Jāltō.The trees on Jāltō Island are the most scorched.aerar
AerārūṃAerārūṃ ippa ekōṃṃan ellowetak.Your touching shoulders with me gives me enthusiasm.aerār
aereañEḷap aereañ kar eñtaan im emmej ippān ke ej nañinmej.They (foursome) were under great pressure staying up to take care of him when he was ill.aa-
 Aereañ waini kaṇ.That copra is theirs.aer
 Aereañ ṃōnwia eo.They (foursome) owned the store.aereañ
AerinAerin bōro enaaj waḷọk.The oppression of heart will happen.aer
 Aerin bōtōktōkin ekein pein tuanmiiñ ear kautaṃweiki jān jerbal.The blood pressure he felt in the blood vessels in his left arm prevented him from work.aerin bōtōktōk
AerjeañAerjeañ jabde enaaj eltakinṃaje er.Their carelessness will boomerang.aerjeañ
 Aerjeañ jerbalIt's the responsibility of the four of them.aerjeañ
 Aerjeañ pepeIt's the decision of the four of them.aerjeañ
 Iaar liḷọk jāje ko aerjeañ.I gave the four of them their machetes.aerjeañ
 Kwaar eñjaake ke aerjeañ rereen kajjirere?Did you detect the scorn in their laughaerjeañ
aerjeelKe ij tōprak ḷọk ioon teek iroñ an Kapen eo kōppeḷaak ikijjien awaan jebwebwe ko aerjeel Jema im Bojin.When I got back up to the deck I heard the Captain planning out steering duties for the three of them for the night. P536aer
 Bwe aerjeel ke jerbal?But then, was it their business the three of them?aerjeel
 Ealikkar aerjeel niknikIt's obvious that the three of them are industrious.aerjeel
 Kōṇaan eo aerjeel etōprakTheir wish (the wish of the three of them) came true.aerjeel
 Ke ij tōprak ḷọk ioon teek iroñ an Kapen eo kōppeḷaak ikijjien awaan jebwebwe ko aerjeel Jema im Bojin.When I got back up to the deck I heard the Captain planning out steering duties for the three of them for the night. P536kijjie-
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aerjelḶōṃarein aolep ri-Likiep im rej mājur ḷọk wōt ilo men in jejerakrōk, joñan aerjel jelāAll of these men were from Likiep, and they were so good at sailing that they could do it in their sleep. P31aer
 Eṃōj aerjel jijet i turin wūpaaj eo im daak kọpe.They were already sitting around the stove drinking coffee. P958idaak
 Jema kab ḷōṃarein ruo rōkar lo bwe juon eo iien eṃṃan innem raar jọkpej im aini jet aerjel aḷaḷ kab tiin.Father and the two men saw an opportunity, so they went through the scrap and collected wood and metal for themselves. P18jọkpej
 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 ṃōñāWhen 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. P370kōnnọ
 Ejjeḷọk kōkeroro ak men eo kwōj roñ deo ainikien aerjel ḷwiiti kabwin kọpe ko kab ekkopkopin dān eo ilowa ke ej eṃṃōḷeiñiñ wa eo.There was no talking or noise except for their slurping from their coffee cups and the sloshing of the water inside as the boat rocked. P276ṃōṃōḷeiñiñ
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AerjemānAerjemān pepeIt's up to the four of them.aermān
aerṃweKōjparok ṃantin Ṃajeḷ im jeḷā aerṃwe.Preserve the Marshallese custom of taking care of your relatives by practicing it.aerṃwe
aerṃweikiAerṃwein jowi in ad ej ñan indeo kōn aer jeḷā aerṃweiki doonThe relationship within our clan will last forever because it's alive and well.aerṃwe
 Ij aerṃweiki.I'm treating him like a relative should.aerṃwe
AerṃweinAerṃwein 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
aerṃweṃweRej kañaltok armej kōn aer aerṃweṃwe.People are attracted to them because they're always looking out for others as relatives.aerṃwe
aerōkeañḷọkEar aerōkeañḷọk tata raan eo tiṃa eo ekar eọtōk.The northward flow of the current was the strongest the day the ship went aground.aerōkeañḷọk
AerōkeañḷọkinAerōkeañḷọkin jotaThe evening flow of the southward current.aerōkeañḷọk
AerroAerro iọkwe doon ekōṃṃan waanjoñak eṃṃan ñan ñaTheir (two) mutual love of one another inspired me to do likewise.aerro
 Ekāāl jōōt ko aerro.They had new shirts.aerro
 Kwōleḷọk ke aerro iien kōnono?Did you give both of them a chance to talk?aerro
 Iḷak aṇtọọne ḷọk ekar or jilñuul minitin aerro kar jako.I estimated they had been gone for about thirty minutes. P1254aṇtọọn
 Eṃōj jej eakto wōt ke?” Jema ekajjitōk im kajjioñ bōbrae aerro wōnṃaan ḷọk wōt im aoḷ.Are we done unloading?” Father interjected in an attempt to stop the two of them from arguing. P703aoḷ
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AerwōjAerwōj men ṇeThat's theirs.aerwōj
 Eḷaññe enaaj aerwōj iien jerbal renaaj kate er joñan wōt aer maroñ.When it's their turn to work, they'll do their best.aerwōj
 Ewaḷọk aerwōj ṃōṇōṇōTheir joy was revealed.aerwōj
AetAet, ijeḷā ke kwōj bọọj im kwomaroñ kōtōprak aikuj e .Yes, I know that you are my boss and you can handle my request.aaet
 Ejaje aet lowaan ṃaḷoon āniinThere's no current in this lagoon.aet
 Kōto in ekōṃṃan an aet lọjetThe wind is creating currents in the ocean.aet
 Boot eo inne ilo Nitijeḷā ekar ḷe juon aet ak jipikōr eo ekar kajeboiki ilo an kar boot jaab.In yesterday's vote in the Nitijelā there was one more vote in favor, but the speaker tied it by voting no.jebo
aetakEkar kajoor aetak eo im bōbrae an peto wa in.The eastward current was strong and stopped us from drifting westward. P845ae
aetinAein / aetin turin ānin ebwe an kajoor.The current near this island is strong enough.ae
 Aetin likin Naṃdik ekauwōtata.The current on the ocean side of Naṃdik Island is hazardous.aet
aetoEḷap an kajoor aeto inThis easterly current is quite strong.aeto
 Eḷap an aeto wūleej eṇ.That graveyard is very spooky.aeto
 Āinwōt meto jab in ebaj aeto,” Jema ekar ba ejja ilo minit eo wōt ekar waḷọk men in.This part of the ocean feels a bit spooky,” Father said at the same time the incident occurred. P1036aeto
 Ijeḷā ke enaaj jako an ḷōḷḷap ṇe kūrro ñe kōṃro pād i aeto.I know the old man’s gout would disappear if we were living on the small islands. P198kūrro
 Ij āj jaki im kōṃad ak ilukkuun kijooror in rọọl ñan aeto kaṇ.”I’ve been weaving mats and keeping myself busy, but I’m eager to go back to the small islands.” P195ṃadṃōd
aetọIj etal ñan aetọ kaṇI'm going to those small islets.aetọ
 Ña ij ba kwopād i aetọ.I thought you were on one of the small islands.” P72aetọ
 Ña ij ba kwopād i aetọ.I thought you were on one of the small islands.” P72ba
āetoKwōn kōṃṃan kijen peto bwe ekajoor āeto inProvide for some leeway because of the strong westward current.kijen peto
aetoinEin aetoin Ṃajeḷ wōt Kapilōñ.The currents flowing westward in the Marshalls are similar to those in the Carolines.aeto
AetokAetok tataHe's the tallest.aetok
 Ear maroñ wiin ilo ettōr aetok eo kōn an jakkijeje.He won the long distance run because he seldom tires.jakkijeje
 Eḷap an aetok jantōj ṇe kwaar je.That sentence you wrote is quite long.jāntōj
 Juurōn bao eṇ eḷap an aetok im ejjeḷọk emaroñ talliñe.The tree where the birds roost is too tall for anyone to climb.joor
 Eḷap aetok joor eṇ im ejjeḷọk emaroñ talliñe.The tree where the birds roost is too tall for anyone to climb.joor
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aetokaerElōñ iaer reitan aetokaer wōt wa eo waammān.A lot of them were almost all up and down the length of our boat. P999aetok
aetokanKwomaroñ ke iniji tok aetokan aḷaḷ e?Could you measure the lumber and find out how many inches?inij
 Ejipikpik aetokan aḷaḷ eo.The board/plank isn't long enough.jipikpik
 Kwōn joñe aetokan.Measure his height.joñe aorōkin
AetokūṃAetokūṃ wōt Pita.You're as tall as Peter.aetok
aetōlEṃṃan kwōn jab aetōl ippānIt's better not to associate with himaetōl
 Itok kōjro aetōl in jota.Come, let's socialize in the evening. (words from a song)aetōl
 Lale aṃ aetōl ippān bwe enāj kañkañe eok.Beware of associating with him or he'll bum everything off of you.kañkañ
aetọọnJikin kakijen aetọọn āninThe small islets here are for food gathering. purpose.aetọ
aewaarEj aewaar tok jān lik.The current is flowing into the lagoon from the ocean.aear
 Ej aewaar tok jān ia?Where is the current flowing into the lagoon coming from?aewaar
aewaarinEkajoor aewaarin kōtaan āne kein.The current flowing into the lagoon between these islets is quite strong.aear
 Ekajoor aewaarin turin to.The current coming into the lagoon is strong especially close to the channel.aewaar
aewanlikEḷak baj tōbwe tok ek eo, ealikkar an Bojin eo aewanlik.As he pulled in the fish, it was obvious that the Boatswain was an expert fisherman. P1309aewanlik
aewanlikinEjako aewanlikin aelōñ kein ad ro.The expert fishermen that we once had in our islands are all gone.aewanlik
AfghanistanAmedka ear ṇaṃaanpein rūttariṇae ro an Afghanistan bwe ren juṃae Taliban ro.The United States equipped the Afghanistan army with weapons to fight the Taliban.ṇaṃaanpein
AiaAia, eḷap wōt an bwil.Good grief! It's so hot.aia
 Aia, iban etal.Nuts! I'm not going.aia
AiaeaAiaea iban kōṇaan!Nuts! I won't like it!aiaea
aibabbabEban ein dein ḷọk wōt arro aibabbab in deo.We can't go on clinging to each other forever.bab
AiboojojAiboojoj tata ṃweeṇ iṃōn.He has the fanciest house.aiboojoj
 Ekanooj aiboojoj bōbōl (ebbōl) in ut eṇ.The blossoms of that bush are really beautiful.bōbōl
 Ejemḷam aiboojoj an tulọk aḷ.What a beautiful sunset.jemḷam
 Elukkuun ṃōṃan im aiboojoj moujin tok bokin arin ān eo jān ioon wa eo.The island’s white sand looked so beautiful from the boat. P1284mouj
 Enana utpāj bwe rej jab aiboojoj.Plain flower wreaths are not attractive.utpāj
aiboojojimiBaj aiboojojimi ke rej ba etami ñan kiin.You're all so marvelous they're still mentioning your names to this day.aiboojoj
AidikAidik tata Mede.Mary is the slimmest.aidik
 Ebok aidik ajiri eo.The child has the chicken pox.bok aidik
 Kwōn jab kabok aidik ajiri ṇeDon't let the child get the measles.bok aidik
 Jen iaḷ aidik jāneLet's go away from him one at a time.iaḷ aidik
AidikiṃAidikiṃ wōt ṇokYou're as skinny as a coconut leaf midrib.aidik
AidikinAidikin ia ṇe ej kōnono?Where's that skinny person who is talking from?aidik
aidikḷọkEar kōttar aer ṃad im iaḷ aidikḷọk.He waited until they were not paying attention and sneaked away.iaḷ aidik
aidiktokKwōn kab iaḷ aidiktok.You should come alone.iaḷ aidik
āierḷọkMen kein rej joob, jāān, ṃōttan nuknuk, im men ko āierḷọk wōtThese are things like soap, coins, articles of clothing, and other such things. S14āinḷọk wōt
 Āierḷọk wōt juon.They're very similar.āinwōt juon
āierḷọkwōtMen kein rej joob, jāān, ṃōttan nuknuk, im men ko āierḷọkwōt.These are things like soap, coins, articles of clothing, and other such things. S14āierḷọk wōt
AijMokwaṇ in Aij men in.This pandanus paste is derived from the Aij variety.Aij
 Emmālel ñiū kōn ṃōñā aij.My teeth hurt from eating ice.memāālel
aij-bọọkEjjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27aelōñ
 Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27bọọk aij
 Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on the outer islands. S27lik
 Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on the outer islands. S27ilikin
AijekEpereaaṃ ear keotake Aijek.Abraham begot Isaac.keotak
aijiKwōn ṃōk aiji bōra bwe en jab bōbōj (ebbōj).Would you press some ice cubes to my head to prevent swelling?aij
 Kwōj ja aiji tokCan you put ice in it for me?aij
 Aiji dān ṇe limed.Put ice in the drinking water.aij
 Kab bọọk aiji ek eo.Be sure to refrigerate the fish.bọọk aij
 Bọọk aiji ek ṇe bwe en jab jorrāān.Refrigerate that fish so it won't spoil.bọọk aij
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aijikuuḷEwōr juon aijikuuḷ kab jejjo jikuuḷ jiddik ilo aelōñ in ṂajeḷThere is one high school—and a few lower schools—in the Marshall Islands as of 1965. S9jikuuḷ
AijinAijin ia ṇe liṃōṃ?Where did you get your ice from?aij
aijkudiiṃEj aijkudiiṃ.She's making ice creamaij kudiiṃ
AijkudiimiAijkudiimi ḷọk keek ṇe kijen.Pour ice cream on his cake for him.aij kudiiṃ
 Taunin an aijkudiimi ḷọk keek iiō jān keek iieṇ?Why does this piece of cake have more ice cream on top of it than that one over there?aij kudiiṃ
aijkudiiṃiṃEnnọ aijkudiiṃiṃYou make good ice cream.aij kudiiṃ
aijkudiiṃinEnnọ aijkudiiṃin AmedkaAmerican ice cream is delectable.aij kudiiṃ
aijkudiiṃḷọkRej aijkudiiṃḷọk kijen ri-nañinmej.They're making ice cream for the patients.aij kudiiṃ
aijkuriimḶadik eṇ eijoḷe aijkuriim ṇe kijōm.The boy really has an appetite for your ice cream.ijoḷ
aijkūriimKwōn jab kaijoḷe kōn aijkūriim ṇeDon't make him want to eat ice cream.ijoḷ
 Eḷap ijoḷ aijkūriim.I really want to eat ice cream.ijoḷ
AijoonAijoon kinoA fern with one leaf.aijo
aikKwojeḷā ke aik boojDo you know how to tow boats?aik
 Ear ajete kōn aik.She made it sweet smelling with cedar driftwood scrapings.ajet
AikaṃRej etal in wōnṃae Aikaṃ eoThey are going to meet the High Commissioner.wōnṃae
aikeKwōn aike booj eṇ.Tow that boat.aik
 Kwōj aike ḷọk eañ ea?Where are you towing it to?aik
AikiieAikiie tata ke?Is it the easiest to tow?aik
AikinAikin takbout ekajoor.The towing of a tugboat is powerful.aik
aikiuRej aikiu raijThey're rationing out rice.aikiu
 Raar aikiu ḷọk ṃōñā ñan er.They were given food rations.aikiu
 Aikiu eo aṃ ṇeThat's your ration.aikiu
 Aikiu tok kijerro.Make us some aikiuaikiu
aikiuukJenaaj aikiuuk ṃōñā e bwe aolep en ṃōñāWe shall share this food equally so everyone can eat.aikiu
aikiuunAikuier einwōt aikiuun kabwebweThey ration out food like tricky people.aikiu
aikneinIj jokwe i aiknein āninI'm living on the north side of the island.aikne
AikuierAikuier einwōt aikiuun kabwebwe.They ration out food like tricky people.aikiu
aikuikiKwaar aikuiki ke raij ṇeDid you add aikiu to the rice?aikiu
aikujAet, ijeḷā ke kwōj bọọj im kwomaroñ kōtōprak aikuj e .Yes, I know that you are my boss and you can handle my request.aaet
 Jej aikuj in jipañ ri-aikuj.We must help the needy.aikuj
 Etke kwōj inepaata ke ej aikuj waj ñan eok?Why do you worry so much when she's expressing her needs to you?aikuj
 Ej aikuj or oṇeaṃ.You deserve some reward.aikuj
 Ej jab aikuj wōr ri-amḷap raan kein kōnke eoktak wāween mour.There shouldn't be anybody owning more land than others these days as the living situation has changed.amḷap
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aikujiErkaṇe men ko iar aikuji.Those are the things (there by you) I needed.erkaṇ
 Erkaṇe kain ṃōñā ko eḷap aikuji.Those (there by you) are the kinds of food I need.erkaṇe
 Ṃōjin aer aikuji wa in Navy ro rōkar leḷọk ñan juon ri-Ṃajeḷ ej jerbal ippāer ilo iien eo.When the Navy no longer needed this ship, they gave it to a Marshallese person who was working with them at the time. P5iien
 Lale kwaar kōjjakoko bwe jenaaj aikuji eokDon't disappear because we might need you.jako
 Kwōn kajejjeteḷọk ñan joñan eo ear aikuji.You should give him exactly what he needs.jejjet
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AikujinAikujin jenkwōnThe needs expressed by family relations.aikuj
aikūṃEkauwōtata aikūṃ.Your towing is dangerous.aik
aikūtōkōdeKwaar aikūtōkōde ke juub ṇeDid you put aikūtōkōd fish in the soup?aikūtōkōd
aikūtōkōdinEjauwi aikūtōkōdin ratak eañ.Aikūtōkōd fish from the nothern islands are not delicious.aikūtōkōd
aililōkEñak aililōk ruamaejetHe's a flop when it come to visitors.aililōk
 Jab aililōk ri-nana bwe kwōnaaj jorrāān.Don't go around with bad company for you'll get into trouble.aililōk
aililōkeEj aililōke wajHe's accompanying him there.aililōk
AililōkinAililōkin ḷaro eban peljo.The association of the broken-hearted is easy to detect.aililōk
AilipinAilipin bōran wa ṇe ekōbate.The thickness of the boat's bow slows it down.aiḷip
AilparokAilparok tata lieṇ.She's the most overworked woman.ailparok
AilparokinAilparokin ekōṃṃan ad ruṃwij.His being troublesome delayed us.ailparok
ailparokūṃBaj ailparokūṃ kakeShe must be a burden to you.ailparok
AiluwaanAiluwaan tata armej in aelōñ in.The noisiest people are found in this atoll.ailuwannañnañ
 Kwōj ailuwaan ḷọk ñan ia?Where are you taking your noisiness to?ailuwannañnañ
AiluwaannañnañinAiluwaannañnañin PikinniNoisy Bikinians.ailuwannañnañ
ailuwannañnañPikinni ailuwannañnañ.Bikini, the land of noisy people.ailuwannañnañ
AiluwannañnañūṃAiluwannañnañūṃ ekọruj niñniñ e.Your being noisy woke the baby.ailuwannañnañ
ĀiṃĀiṃ wōt ri-nana raṇ.You're no different from a bad person.āi-
ĀinĀin juon jān e.He's different from him.āi-
 Āin ḷọk wōt jemān.He's similar to his dad.āi-
 Āin wōt men e.It's the same as this.āi-
 Āin ḷadik raṇe wōt juon.Those two boys are identical.āinwōt juon
 Āin kwe wōt kaubowe bwe kwaar kauboweik wa eo.You're like a cowboy because of the way you mounted the vehicle.kaubowe
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ainbatIar ainbat bōbI was cooking (boiling) pandanusainbat
 Kwōn kaatuwe ainbat ṇeTake that pot off the fire.ato
 Erreo ke kapin ainbat ṇeIs the bottom of that kettle clean?kapi-
 Ekobbwā ainbat eṇThe pot contains quite a bit.kobbwā
 Kwōn kamājmāje ainbat ṇeCover that pot with a lid.mājmāj
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AinbateAinbate tokCook it in the pot for me.ainbat
 Iar ainbate juon bōb.I was cooking (boiling) one pandanus fruit.ainbat
ainbatiIlo iien kaṇ ej kọjek ñe kōmij eọñōd, kōmmān ej jinkadool wot, ñe jab ainbati kōn dānnin lọjet.At the times when we were fishing and hooked a fish, we only grilled it, or boiled it in a pot with seawater. P1013ainbat
AinbatierAinbatin wōn bōb kein? Ainbatier.Who boiled the pandanus? They did.ainbat
AinbatinAinbatin kōmat ek.A pot for cooking fish.ainbat
 Ainbatin wōn bōb kein? AinbatierWho boiled the pandanus? They did.ainbat
 Lale ainbatin anbūri ṇe im wōdwōd ñe kwokōṇaan.There's a pot full of cooked Anbūri pandanus and help yourself if want to.Anbūri
āindeeoEkar lukkuun arrukwikwi tok jiō kōn an wa eo āindeeo ioon ṇo ko.I started to feel very squeamish as the boat continued like that over the waves. P521arrukwikwi
 Ekar jab to ammān āindeeo innem emaat aḷaḷ ko rōkar aikuj wanlōñ ḷọk im pād i lọjet.It wasn’t long before we had passed up all the boards that needed to go in the water. P712āinde-
 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. P264būrawūn
 Kar āindeeo ammān didiakeōk tak ḷọk raan eo ooṃ boñ.We kept tacking in this fashion all day as we sailed east until it was night. P862diak
 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.” P222diwōj
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ĀindeinĀindein admān naaj jeje tak waj ijeṇe tak waj ñan Likiep.That way we’ll sail into the wind toward Likiep. P842ad
 Iọkwe bwe en kar āindein wōt.”Would that it were always like this.” P303iọkwe
 Ejọ kōn jab āindein ettoIt wasn’t like that in the old days. P396jọ
 Āindein an Jema ḷōmṇak ke ej etal in kajjitōk wa eo.This is what Father was thinking about when he went to ask to use the boat. P23kajjitōk
 Im ñe āindein, ekwe iñak jenaaj bar ellolo ñāāt keinikkanin āne.”And if that happens, well then I don’t know when we’ll see the island plants and trees, if ever. P901keinikkan
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āindeṇeEṃṃanḷọk jān an āindeṇe im āinwōt ej jānwōde wa in,” Bojin eo euwaak.Better than letting him go on like this as if he's sailing this boat single-handedly,” the Boatswain replied. P1047āinde-
 Ḷadik eṇ, kwōnāj wōtlọk ñe āindeṇe aṃ wanlōñ-wanlaḷ.Hey, boy, you are going to fall down if you keep on climbing up and down like that.wanlōñ-wōnlaḷ
āindeoKar āindeo ḷọk im ḷak kein keemān ḷōut, elukkuun wūdañōlñōl wa eo im ban bar kanne ḷọk wōt.It went on like this for four loads until the boat was so packed that nothing else would fit inside. P360emān
 Ekar āindeo an dikḷọk im kun injin eo.It just kept slowing down until it finally stopped. P617kukun
 Erjel kar ajeji jerbal ko rōḷḷap ikōtaerjel im āindeo bwe juon enaaj Kapen, juon Injinia, im eo juon Bojin.They distributed the big jobs among themselves, so that one of them would be Captain, one Engineer, and one Boatswain. P29kōtaa-
 Āindeo an wa eo kar epaak tok wōt im kōm kar ḷōmṇak enaaj kar wātokin de eo ak ebuñjen im ḷak kun teeñki ko ie, ejej men eṇ kōmjel loe.In this way the boat got closer and we thought it would just keep coming, but all of a sudden the lights on it went out, and we couldn’t see anything. P1153buñjen
ainiJen aini ṃani kein ad im wiaiki juon injin.Let's pool our money to buy an engine.ae
 Kwōn aini waini kaṇe.Gather those coconuts.ae
 Jeba ren aini waini ko im raar pokake.We said for them to gather the coconuts and they obeyed. ba
 Kwōnañin jeke ke jokāin waini eo iar aini?Have you chopped the coconuts in the pile I made?jokā
 Jema kab ḷōṃarein ruo rōkar lo bwe juon eo iien eṃṃan innem raar jọkpej im aini jet aerjel aḷaḷ kab tiin.Father and the two men saw an opportunity, so they went through the scrap and collected wood and metal for themselves. P18jọkpej
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ainikenKwōn baibi injin ṇe bwe en dik ainiken.Put a muffler on the engine to cut down on the noise.baib
 Ukōt ainiken.Translate what he says.ukok
ainikieṃBūḷake ainikieṃ.Raise your voice.būḷak
 Ebajet ke eppoñ ainikieṃ?What is the matter that your voice is so hoarse?pepoñ
ainikienEdik ainikien.She speaks softly.ainikie-
 Āinwōt eṃṃan ainikien injin ṇe aṃ,” armej eo eba.The engine sounds good,” the person said. P449ainikie-
 Ij jab meḷeḷe ta ko ekar ba kōn an dik ainikien.I couldn’t understand what he was saying because he was talking in a low voice. P976ainikie-
 Ainikien bōklōkōtin Jetōb Kwōjarjar ejipañe jān jorrāān.The voice of conscience of the Holy Spirit helped him.ainikien bōklōkōt
 Roñjake ainikien aṃ bōklōkōt.Follow the dictates of your conscience.ainikien bōklōkōt
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ainikierBao ko kein ij roñjaki ainikier ijōkākāI've heard the sound of the chickens somewhere around here.ijekākā
ainikiierDedeen ke eḷak ekkāke baḷuun i mejatoto ioon aelōñ in, jeitan wūdeakeak kōn ainikiier.”You know, it’s like how the planes are flying above this island all the time, the noise makes me want to go crazy.” P199ainikie-
AinikiōṃAinikiōṃ ekakiiki .The sound of your voice lulls my soul to sleep. (words from a love song).ainikie-
ainiñEḷap aṃ ainiñ ñan joñan aitok ṇe aṃ.You are too thin for your height.ainiñ
aininkienKe baj lowaan wa eo eo kōmmān kar kabijje ie, men eo jemaroñ roñ de eo ijo ej aininkien ammān kañuri petkōj ko, koba ippān ainikien an jejelōblōb dān eo i kōtaan eḷḷa ko.The only thing we could hear inside the boat was the sound of us eating our biscuits and of the water splashing around between the ribs of the boats. P813eḷḷa
 Ijaje jete minit ak awa tokālik, ak iroñ aininkien juon tūrak ioon wab eo.I don’t know how many minutes or even hours I had been doing that when I heard the sound of a truck on the pier. P349tokālik
ainiñḷọkEḷap an ainiñḷọk jān ṃoktaShe's much thinner than before.ainiñ
ainiñūṃBaj ainiñūṃ ke eitan bwilọk diiṃ.You're so skinny your bones are about to breakainiñ
ĀinjuonĀinjuon aerro ḷōmṇak jān doon.Those two have differing opinions.āinjuon
ĀinjuonḷọkĀinjuonḷọk wa e waō jān wa ṇe waaṃ.My boat is a bit different than yours.āinjuon
ainḷọkKwōn ainḷọk kaṇe ṇa ippān doon.Gather the breadfruit together.ain
ĀinḷọkĀinḷọk wōt jemān.He's a chip off the old block.āinḷọk wōt
 Aje ej juon kein kōjañjañ im eiten āinḷọk wōt tūraṃ.The aje is a musical instrument similar to a drum. S11kōjañjañ
AinṃakeḷọkAinṃakeḷọk bōb eṇ daan.Clean the leaves from the pandanus stem for him.ainṃak
ainṃakinEnana ainṃakin bōbThe pandanus keys near the stem are not good (to eat).ainṃak
aiṇokkouṃBaj aiṇokkouṃ ke ijakile eok.You're so light skinned that I didn't recognize you.aiṇokko
AintiinAintiin ḷọk bwe in kilọk.Get going with boiling the pandanus so I can start pressing the juice out of the pandanus keys.aintiin
aintiiniWāween kōṃṃan jāānkun jān bōb eñin, ñe ej owat bōb, jej aintiini ak uṃwini.The way to make jāānkun from pandanus is, when it is ripe, to boil it or bake it. S12owat
AintiininAintiinin wōn bōb kā? AintiinūWho boiled these pandanus? I did.aintiin
AintiinūAintiinin wōn bōb kā? Aintiinū.Who boiled these pandanus? I did.aintiin
aintiniKwōn aintini bōb kaṇe bwe ren pidodo ad wōdwōd.Boil those pandanus so that they will be easy for us to chew.aintiin
aintokEṃṃan ñe kwōnaaj aintok armej raṇe.I would appreciate it if you gathered the people together.ñe
ainwōtNañinmej ko rōḷḷap rej aolep itok jān aelōñ in pālle, ainwōt polio kab tiipi.Major diseases such as polio and tuberculosis have all come from foreign countries. S7nañinmej
āinwotEjjeḷọk ri-baankeek āinwot kuk eṇ.No one knows how to make pancakes like the that cook.baankeek
 Kwōj aikuj jaini peba ṇe āinwot juon ri-kaṃool.You have to sign the document as a witness.jain
 Āinwot jejeraṃōl kōn an ejjeḷọk armej.We feel poor and lonely because we don't have people around.jeraṃōl
 Ri-jauwōtata ḷadik eṇ āinwot jemānThat boy, like his father, doesn't scare easily.jọuwōta
ĀinwōtĀinwōt baj tipen ḷaddik abōblep men ṇeThat boy looks like the stubborn type.abōblep
 Joñan, eḷae ioon dān āinwōt lowaan juon aebōj-jimeeṇ.The water was so calm that it looked glassy as if it were inside a cistern. P994aebōj-jimeeṇ
 Āinwōt meto jab in ebaj aeto,” Jema ekar ba ejja ilo minit eo wōt ekar waḷọk men in.This part of the ocean feels a bit spooky,” Father said at the same time the incident occurred. P1036aeto
 Āinwōt eṃṃan ainikien injin ṇe aṃ,” armej eo eba.The engine sounds good,” the person said. P449ainikie-
 Eḷak kōnono āinwōt ej kōbaatat ke raij eo ej kab ato jān kijeek im ej baatat wōt.When he spoke it looked like he was smoking because the rice had just come off the fire and was still steaming. P380ato
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aipādpādJej aikuj jibadbad im jab aipādpād ñe jekōṇaan ḷeWe have to have ambition and not be phlegmatic if we want to succeed.jibadbad
aireEj aire ḷọk ñan ñāātHow long will the tornado season last?aire
 Ekkā an aire waḷọk ilo allōñ kein.It's not uncommon for tornadoes to occur during these months.aire
airuwaroEḷap airuwaro ilo kuḷab eṇ.There's a lot of fighting at the club.airuwaro
airuwaroikiKwōj airuwaroiki kōn aṃ akwāāle.You're troubling me by talking back to her.airuwaro
aitEṃṃan an lieṇ ait.She does good sewing jobs.ait
aitiIar bōkḷọk jōōt e bwe en aiti tok inne.I took my shirt to her yesterday so she could sew up the rip.ait
aitokEḷap aṃ ainiñ ñan joñan aitok ṇe aṃ.You are too thin for your height.ainiñ
 Joñan an aitok ijin eḷaññe jej pād i eoḷapān, ejej āne en jej loe.It is so wide that if you were right in the middle of it, you wouldn’t be able to see any islands. P1320ioḷap
 Inaaj kobake nuknuk e bwe ekadik aitok.I'll hem this dress because it is much too long.kobak
aitokanIj keememej ḷọk wōt ke ikar uwe ippān Jema kab ruo ṃōṃaan ilo juon booj jidikdik eo roñoul ruo ne aitokan im jiljino ne depakpakin.I still remember when I sailed with Father and two other men on a small boat that was twenty-two feet long and six feet wide. P1depakpak
 Innem juon raan Jema kab ḷōṃarein ruo erjel kar kwelọk ippān doon im lo juon ḷōmṇak bwe Jema en kepaak ḷeo waan booj in im roñoul ruo ne aitokan im kajjitōk ippān emaroñ ke kōtḷọk wa eo waan bwe erjel en jata kake ñan Likiep.Then one day Father and the two men met together and the idea arose that Father should approach the man who owned the twenty-two foot boat and ask if he would allow them to charter it to Likiep. P20jata
aitokūṃBaj aitokūṃ ke iban lo ioon bōraṃ.Your height is such that I can't see the top of your head.aitok
AitūṃAitūṃ ke keke e ilo potak e?Did you sew the rip?ait
aitweElōñ rej aitwe doon kōn elōn men ko.There are many who compete among themselves for many things.aitwerōk
aitwerōkEj make wōt ñak aitwerōk.He's special in that he never wants to get into controversiesaitwerōk
 Eḷap an kar kumi in iakiu ko aitwerōk.The baseball teams had a highly disputed game.aitwerōk
 Kwōnaaj aitwerōk ḷọk ñan ñāātHow long are you going to worry?aitwerōk
AitwōnmejinAitwōnmejin ḷeo ear alikkar ippān aolep armej ijo.His imminent demise was apparent to everyone who was present.aitwōnmej
ajEbwe ke aj ñan ad kōtake ṃweDo we have enough thatch material to thatch this house?aj
 Ṃōkein kōṃṃan jān aj im ilowaer ejjab jimeeṇ ak ḷāThese buildings are made from thatch and their interiors have gravel, not cement as floors. S24aj
 Rej kiil aj kaṇ an wa eṇ bwe ewōt.They are closing the hatches on that ship because it's raining.aj
 Kwōn jab ankoṇak iṃōn ri-turuṃ, kwōn jab ankoṇak lio pāleen ri-turuṃ, jaab karejeran ṃaan, jaab karejeran kōrā, jaab an kau, jaab an aj, jaab men ko jabdewōt an ri-turuṃ.Thou shalt not covet they neighbor’s house; thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor’s. S5aṇokṇak
 Kidu eo ej āt wōt bwiin ri-kọọt eo aj ekōpeḷe.Once the dog got a whiff of the robber it started chasing him.ātāt
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ājEar āj jaki.She wove the mat.āj
 Āj in jaajmi.Just right for eating raw.āj
 Āj in kāine.Good for breeding.āj
 Āj in karūtto.Ripe for deflowering.āj
 Āj in ṃōñāFit for consumption.āj
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ajādikKōjeañ ajādik.Let's be on our way.ajādik
 Kwōn ajādik ḷọk bwe ren jab lo eok.Walk away slowly so they don't notice you.ajādik
 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. P133ajādik
 Kōjro ajādik bwe eboñ.”Let’s go, it’s getting late.” P161ajādik
 Im jidik wōt an wa eo jino jaaḷ im ḷak anlọk, eletlet wūjḷā eo im wa eo ejino ajādik.The boat slowly turned to the north and when it was finally on course the sail filled with wind and we started to advance slowly. P851anlọk
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ajādikinAjādikūṃ einwōt ajādikin ḷōḷḷapYou walk as slowly as an old man.ajādik
AjādikūṃAjādikūṃ einwōt ajādikin ḷōḷḷapYou walk as slowly as an old man.ajādik
ajajKwōn likūt ajaj ṇe ṇa iturin ṃōṇePlace the rock near the house.ajaj
 Bok ajaj in ia ṇeWhere is this coarse sand from?bok ajaj
 Jen ilok in kabok ajaj tokLet's go look for coarse sand and bring it here.bok ajaj
ājājJoñan aer ājāj, rej wātok im atartar ippān wa eo.They were so vicious that they came right up along the side of the boat. P1000atartar
 Ājāj tataThe most vicious.ājāj
 Kwōn jab baj ājāj bwe kwōnaaj jorrāān.Don't be so naughty or you'll get in trouble.ājāj
 Joñan aer ājāj, rej wātok im atartar ippān wa eo.They were so vicious that they came right up along the side of the boat. P1000ājāj
ajajeEbok ajaje iarin āneṇThe lagoon side of the islet has a lots of coarse sand.bok ajaj
ajajinEkkillep ajajin ri-NaodoNauruans have fat calves.ajaj
ĀjājinĀjājin ri-pālleA mischievous white man.ājāj
ajajūEmetak ajajū.I have pain in my calves.ajaj
ajālEj ajāl bao in jota.He's rounding up his chickens for the night.ajāl
ajāliḷọkKauboe ro raar ajāliḷọk kau ko ñan lowaan wōrwōr eo.The cowboys rounded up the cattle into the corral.ajāl
AjālinAjālin rūtto etiljek.Rounding up of animals by an older person is reliable.ajāl
ajālitokRaar ajālitok ek ko ñan me eo.They rounded up the fish into the trap.ajāl
ajāllikinEnāj lo ajāllikin jab pokake.He'll find out the result of disobedience.ajāllik
AjañinAjañin Bokaak enañin einwōt ajañin Pikaar.Bokak atoll has similar fish and bird habitats as Bikar atoll.ajañ
 Ajañin Bokaak enañin einwōt ajañin PikaarBokak atoll has similar fish and bird habitats as Bikar atoll.ajañ
ajbōkruoKe kōmmān kar tōpar likin tōkā eo tak ḷọk, ekā tak juon ajbōkruo im pen.When we reached the ocean side of the reef stretching eastward, a tuna so big it would require two men to carry it leapt at the lure and was firmly hooked. P1302ajbōkruo
AjbwirōkinAjbwirōkin raan kein ejjab einwōt raan ko an ḶañinniThe taste of today's ajbwirōk pandanus is not as good as in the day of Ḷañinni (Ḷañinni was the first prehistoric chief that can be traced back from whom descendants of the present day Kabua chiefly lineage originated.)Ajbwirōk
ajeRi-aje eo eḷak pikūri aje eo nājin, eḷọkjān an armej ro.When the drummer started beating on his drum the audience was amazed.aje
 Jijej ear aje mour eo an ñan kōj.Jesus offered his life for our salvation.aje
 Jijej ear aje mour eo an ñan kōj.Jesus offered his life for our salvation.aje
 Im barāinwōt eiiet ro me rej kōṃṃane men in aje.And there are few who make aje anymore. S11iiet
 Ilo raan kein i ajel ekanooj in jeja ellolo aer kōjerbal aje.Today in the Marshalls one rarely sees aje being used. S11jeja
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ājeEar āje juon jaki.She wove a mat.āj
 Ear āje juwain ṇeShe knit that lace.āj
 Wōn ṇe ear āje iep ṇeWho wove that basket?iep
 Jake ṇe kwaar āje ejej-uwaanThe mat you wove is unique.jej-uwaan
ajedeedAnij ear kōjeraṃṃan Adam im Eve im ba, "Koṃro en timọọn im wōrḷọk, bwe ro ineemi ren ajedeed ioon laḷ.God blessed Adam and Eve and said, "Be fruitful and multiply, so that your offspring will spread be all over the world." (Genesis 1:28)timọọn
AjeededAjeeded tata naan eo eṃṃan.Most widespread is the good news.ajeeded
ajeejeRi-jennade eo ej jennadeik wāween naaj ajeeje ṃani eo.The man who does the calculations is now figuring out how to divide the money.jennade
ajeinEṃṃan ajein MajeḷMarshallese drums are good.aje
ajejEṃṃanḷọk ajej jān kūbboṇ.It's better to be sharing than to be selfish.ajej
 Ajej in kabwebweūṃ enaaj eltakin ṃaje eok juon iien.Your cheating will one day bring you negative consequences.ajej in kabwebwe
 Ear ajej in kabwebweik .He swindled me.ajej in kabwebwe
 Ej jab aelọk ajej in kabwebwein ri-nana.The cheating of evil men is not hard to see.ajej in kabwebwe
 Ejaje ajej in kabwebwe.He never cheats.ajej in kabwebwe
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ajejeRi-ajej ro rej ajeje wōt ṃọñā eo.Those who are distributing the food are still doing it.ajej
ajejiKwōn ajeji ṃōñā kaṇe.Divide up that food.ajej
 Raar ajeji ek ko koṇāer im aolep rej kajjoñouljilu kijen.They divided their catch, and each of them got thirteen fish.joñoul jilu
 Erjel kar ajeji jerbal ko rōḷḷap ikōtaerjel im āindeo bwe juon enaaj Kapen, juon Injinia, im eo juon Bojin.They distributed the big jobs among themselves, so that one of them would be Captain, one Engineer, and one Boatswain. P29kōtaa-
 Ikar ajeji petkōj ko im likūti i ṃaan mejāerjel.I divided up the biscuits and put a few in front of each of the three of them. P811māj
AjejiṃAjejiṃ einwōt ajejin kabwebwe.Your sharing is like that of a stingy person.ajej
ajejinAjejiṃ einwōt ajejin kabwebweYour sharing is like that of a stingy person.ajej
 Ajejin joujThe sharing of a kind-hearted person.ajej
 Ajejin Jowaūṃ enaaj kōṃṃan bōro jepel.Your gift-reclaiming character will cause dissension.ajejin Jowa
 Eban jab ajejin Jowa bwe jowi eo an eṇ.He's bound to be a reclaimer of gifts as a member of the Jowa clan.ajejin Jowa
 In kar jeḷā ia in ej ajejin Jowa ḷọk ie ḷọkI wish I knew where he's gone with his reclaimed gifts.ajejin Jowa
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ajeḷkāÑe baj ña eo, ekwe ilukkuun kar ajeḷkā.And me, I was starting to feel very weak. P1030ajeḷkā
ajeḷkāūBaj ajeḷkāū ke iaddimejmej.I'm so weak that I'm lethargic.ajeḷkā
ajeḷḷāĀlikin an atomiik baaṃ eo debokḷok ilo ṃaḷoin Pikinni, eḷak ajeḷḷā ḷọk ek iparijet.After the atom bomb was detonated in the Bikini lagoon, there followed a deluge of dead fish washed up on the shores of the islands.ajeḷḷā
ajeḷọkKoṃwin ajeḷọk mour kaṇe ami ñan Anij. / Koṃwin ajeḷọk mour ko ami ñan Anij.Dedicate your lives to God.aje
 Koṃwin ajeḷọk mour kaṇe ami ñan Anij. / Koṃwin ajeḷọk mour ko ami ñan Anij.Dedicate your lives to God.aje
 Koṃwin ajeḷọk mour ko ami ñan Anij.Dedicate your lives to God.aje
ājeḷọkEar ājeḷọk juwain ṇe ñaneShe knit that lace for her.āj
AjerreūAjerreū ejamin kōṃṃan oktak in kōtaan nokwōn eo arro.My working alone won't have any negative effect on our relationship.ajerre
ajerwawaEjjeḷọk ajerwawa in ṃwiinThis house is full of holes.ajerwawa
AjeteAjete tok ṃōk wūt e wūtin.Please put scrapings of sweet smelling drift nut on his flower wreath.ajet
 Ear ajete kōn aik.She made it sweet smelling with cedar driftwood scrapings.ajet
 Kwōn ajete pinneep ṇePut ajet in that coconut oil.ajet
 Ej ajete ḷọk pāātōre eṇ ñan ḷeeṇHe's putting acid in the battery for that man.ajet
ajetinEkauwōtata ajetin pāātōre innem kōjparoke jān ajiri ro.The acid that's used in batteries is dangerous therefore keep it out of reach of the children.ajet
ajetokKwōj ajetok waj ṇe aṃ ñan ña ke?Are you offering your watch to me?aje
ajetūAjetūṃ eñaj jān ajetū.Your putting sweet smelling drift nut to make coconut oil is better than mine.ajet
AjetūṃAjetūṃ eñaj jān ajetū.Your putting sweet smelling drift nut to make coconut oil is better than mine.ajet
ajiIjaje ṃōñā kōn aji.I don't know how to use chopsticks.aji
 Eṃṃan aji in Jeina.Chinese chopsticks are good.aji
 Emṃan ad aluje an ri-Pikinni raṇ ṃōñā kōn aji.It was good to watch the Pikinni people eating with chopsticks.aji
 Ej aji im ṃōñāHe's using chopsticks.aji
AjiikiAjiiki tok ṃōk jidik raij.Please use chopsticks to serve me a little rice.aji
ajilowōdKoṃwin kōttar an ajilowōd im aḷeḷeiki.Wait till it's lost its way before breaking out the aḷeḷeajilowōd
AjilowōdinAjilowōdin ikōn arin Epoon meḷeḷein bwe emejlep.When a school of bonitos enter the lagoon in Ebon and can't find it way out it means the entire school is in the basket.ajilowōd
ajinEjjeḷok ajin.He is not brave.aj
 Ejorrāān ajin kōn an ekkadekdek.His liver is shot due to drunkenness.aj
 Liṃaro rej kōmaañ ajin ṃweoThe women are looking for pandanus leaves to thatch this house.aj
 Ekilōk ajin wa eṇ bwe epojak in jerak.The ship's hatches are shut as she's ready to set sail.aj
ĀjinĀjin keeprañA bunch of bananas.āj
ajineañroRūtto ro raar ba, "Jab ajineañro eḷaññe kwōj etal in eọñōd bwe kwōnaaj jeratā."Our forebears said, "Plan your fishing in advance or you will not catch any fish."ajineañro
 Ajineañro raṇe tok.The timid are coming.ajineañro
AjineañroinAjineañroin ear bōktok jerata.His doing so many other things brought bad luck.ajineañro
 Juon eo ajineañroin jekaṇ raar iione.They met up with a coward from somewhere.ajineañro
ĀjinkōjĀjinkōj eo aṃ ippa.Your inheritance from me.ājinkōj
ĀjinkōjinĀjinkōjin rūtto ro ad.Inheritance by our ancestors.ājinkōj
ĀjinḷọkĀjinḷọk ṃōñā bao e jān bao uweo.This chicken is fitter to eat than that one over there.āj
ajiṇoṃōtoEḷaññe kwōnāj lutōk waj juon tebōljibuun in ajiṇoṃōto ilo juub ṇe, ej kab nāj uñkipdenḷọk ḷọk wōt.Mixing a tablespoon of ajinomoto into the soup will certainly make the flavor that much tastier.uñkipden
ajiriEnaaj jañ ajiri ṇe kōn aṃ kaabbwilōñlōñe.The baby will cry because you're bothering it.abbwilōñlōñ
 Eṃōj ṇe aṃ kaadeboululi ajiri ṇeStop whirling that child around.addeboulul
 Ear kaaelōñe ajiri ro nejin.He bestowed his land on his descendants.aelōñ
 Ekauwōtata ajetin pāātōre innem kōjparoke jān ajiri roThe acid that's used in batteries is dangerous therefore keep it out of reach of the children.ajet
 Eḷḷaaj jān ajjinonin ajiri.It's louder than the whisper of a child.ajjinono
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ajiwewewajEar ajiwewewaj wōt jeṇeṇe ḷọkHe sneaked away heading in that direction.ajjiwewe
ajjādikdikKwōn ajjādikdik ḷọk bwe ren jab lo eok.Walk away very softly and slowly so they don't notice you.ajādik
 Rej ajjādikdik ḷọk kiiō.They're sneaking up now.ajādik
ajjādikdikinAjjādikdikūṃ einwōt ajjādikdikin ri-kọọtYou tiptoe like a thief.ajjādikdik
ajjādikdikḷọkEj ajjādikdikḷọk ñan ia?Where's he sneaking out to?ajjādikdik
ajjādikdiktokEar ajjādikdiktok em kailbōk .She tiptoed up to me and startled me.ajjādikdik
AjjādikdikūṃAjjādikdikūṃ einwōt ajjādikdikin ri-kọọt.You tiptoe like a thief.ajjādikdik
ajjeweweEj ja ajjewewe bajjek wōt ijo ak ekā tak juon jekad im jok ioon aeran anbwijmaroñ.While he was whistling a black noddy flew over and landed on the Captain’s right shoulder. P1035ajwewe
ajjibanbaneEj ajjibanbane kōbañ eo an ke ij loe.He was lugging his trunk when I saw him.ajjibanban
ajjibanbaneḷọkKwōj ajjibanbaneḷọk keejin pia ṇe ñan ia?Where are you lugging that case of beer to?ajjibanban
AjjibanbaniṃAjjibanbaniṃ enaaj kwaḷọk eok.Your looking overburdened will give you away.ajjibanban
ajjikadEban e bwe ejaje ajjikad.It can't be him since he never throws stones repeatedly at others.ajjikad
ajjikadeKwōnaaj ajjikade bajjek innām ellu.Keep throwing stones at him and he'll get angry.ajjikad
ajjikadeḷọkIj ajjikadeḷọk bwe en reitok.I'm throwing stones repeatedly at him to catch his attention.ajjikad
ajjiḷapḷapKwōn tutu bwe en jako aṃ ajjiḷapḷap.Take a bath to get rid of your offensive body odor.ajjiḷapḷap
 Eḷap an bwiin ajjiḷapḷap.He smells like rotten wood.ajjiḷapḷap
ajjiḷapḷapiṃBaj ajjiḷapḷapiṃ ke jeitōn ban kōboutut.You have such a strong body odor that it's hard for us to breathe.ajjiḷapḷap
ajjiḷapḷapḷọkḶōṃare, ej ajjiḷapḷapḷọk ñan ia?Man, I wonder where he's going with his unpleasant body odor to?ajjiḷapḷap
ajjiṃaalalJab ajjiṃaalal bwe rej pijaik eok.Stop swaying back and forth as you're being photographed.ajjiṃaalal
ajjiṃaalaliṃBaj ajjiṃaalaliṃ ke kwoitōn ñarij laḷ.You're so dizzy you almost bit the dirt.ajjiṃaalal
ajjimakekeBojin eṇ ej ajjimakeke ilo jebwe eṇ kiiō innem ij etal kōṃro ḷōmṇake ia in jej etal ie ḷọk kiiō ke eutaṃwe Kapen e.The Boatswain is all alone at the wheel now and I am going up so we can think about which way we’re going now that the Captain is incapacitated. P1067utaṃwe
 Raar loe ej ajjimakeke iāneoHe was found all by himself on the island.ajjimakeke
 Kwōn jab ajjimakeke bwe kwōnaaj wūdeakeak.Don't be a loner or you might go insane.ajjimakeke
 Bojin eṇ ej ajjimakeke ilo jebwe eṇ kiiō innem ij etal kōṃro ḷōmṇake ia in jej etal ie ḷọk kiiō ke eutaṃwe Kapen e.The Boatswain is all alone at the wheel now and I am going up so we can think about which way we’re going now that the Captain is incapacitated. P1067ajjimakeke
AjjimakekeinAjjimakekein jota dikdikḷọk.The solitary feeling one gets as the sun is setting.ajjimakeke
ajjimāleleEinwōt iḷak lale kwōj ajjimālele.You sound as if you're not sure of what you're saying.ajjimālele
ajjinoninEḷḷaaj jān ajjinonin ajiriIt's louder than the whisper of a child.ajjinono
AjjinonoAjjinono tata an kōnono eo ṇeThat's the one who speaks the lowest in volume.ajjinono
 Kwōn ajjinono bwe ekiki baba.Speak softly for my father is sleeping.ajjinono
ajjinonoḷọkKwōn ajjinonoḷọk ñane bwe ej naaj roñ wōt.Talk quietly to him for she'll still hear you.ajjinono
ajjinonoūṃIj roñ ajjinonoūṃ.I hear your whispering.ajjinono
ajjipekDaan irooj ajjipek.Ajjipek is for chiefs.ajjipek
ajjipekinKwowōde ajjipekin bōb eo im ḷak leḷọk ṃak eo.Your chewed the best part of the pandanus and gave him the butt (the ṃak). ajjipek
ajjiweweErro ar kōṃad innām ajjiwewe ḷọk ñan ṃōn kadek eo.They got me distracted and then sneaked out to the bar.ajjiwewe
AjjiweweinAjjiwewein ri-kọọt epen loe.It's hard to see a thief sneaking out.ajjiwewe
ajjoweweWōn in ej ajjowewe?Who's that that keeps whistling?owe
ajjukneneEar ajjuknene em alwōj.He stood on tiptoes in order to see.ajjuknene
 Iḷak itōn kajjioñ epen ajjuknene.When I try to, it's hard to stand on the tip of my toes.ajjuknene
ajjukneneḷọkErro kar ajjukneneḷọk ñan ṃōn jikuuḷ eo.They both hopped on one foot to school.ajjuknene
ajjukubEar baj ajjukub waj wōt ijeṇeṇe waj.He was last seen limping in your direction.ajjukub
AjjukubinAjjukubin jān ke ear dik.It's a limp he's had since he was a child.ajjukub
AjjukubūṃAjjukubūṃ ekōṃṃan ad ruṃwij.Your limping delayed us.ajjukub
AjjuununJab kañ wōn ṇe bwe Ajjuunun ṇeDon't eat that turtle for it's the legendary turtle AjjuununAjjuunun
AjjuurAjjuur eo iṃōrro e.Here is our hut.ajjuur
ajjuuriEj ajjuuri ṃweeṇHe putting up a temporary house.ajjuur
AjjuurinAjjuurin kōjato jān wōt.A temporary hut to take shelter in when it rains.ajjuur
AjjuurūṃAjjuurūṃ epidodoThe huts you put up are flimsy.ajjuur
ajlliptaakṂōñā ajlliptaak men ṇeThat food is so good.ajliptaak
ajḷọkJab kọkkure aṃ jikuuḷ bwe kwōnaaj ajḷọk.Do not be careless about your schooling or you'll regret it.ajḷọk
ājḷọkKwōj ḷōmṇak in ājḷọk ñan ia?Where are you taking your naughtiness?ājāj
ajḷọkūṃBaj ajḷọkūṃ ke kwoṃakokoin ṃōñāYou must regret it very much because you don't want to eat.ajḷọk
ājḷorEj ājḷor tok ñan kōjro ke ej jab eṃṃan iien ñaneHe's taking advantage of the situation and getting as much (info) for us as he can.ājḷor
 Ej ājḷor ke jemān ej ja pād.He's learning as much as he can while his father is here.ājḷor
ĀjḷoreĀjḷore kōn jeḷā kaṇ an ke ej ja mour.Exploit what he knows while he's still around.ājḷor
ājmourEj jab kanooj ājmour bwe kūrae.She's not very active for she just gave birth.kūrae
ājmourḷọkKiiō kōṃro ḷak jab kọkkure aṃ kiki im kakkije bwe kwōn ājmourḷọk, kwōba ke kōṃro en kar kọruj eok.And now we tried to let you sleep and rest so you would get better, and you say we should have woken you up. P1237ājmuur
ajokḷāIar lo an kadkad ajokḷā iōñI saw him throw-netting at the northern end of the island.ajokḷā
AjokḷāinAjokḷāin iien ko an ḶetaoIt's a heap of stones from the time of the famous legendary trickster Ḷetaoajokḷā
 Ajokḷāin juon āne ekkā wōt an ejjeḷọk armej ej jokwe ie.There is usually no one living on either end of an island.ajokḷā
AjoḷinAjoḷin Epoon eban eddek ilo bar juon āneThe ajoḷ pandanus variety from Ebon cannot grow anywhere else.Ajoḷ
ajoḷjoḷeEṃōj ṇe aṃ ajoḷjoḷe pej ṇe bwe emaat kobban.Stop gnawing at the pandanus key because the juice is all gone.ajoḷjoḷ
 Kijdik eo ej ajoḷjoḷe bōb eo.The rat is gnawing the pandanus.ajoḷjoḷ
AjoḷjoḷinAjoḷjoḷin armej bwe ej wōr wōt bween.It's the gnawing of a human because there's still some left on it.ajoḷjoḷ
ajorṃaanJuon eo koṇa ajorṃaan.I hooked an exceptionally big fish.ajorṃaan
 Ajorṃaan men ṇe.”That’s a huge fish.” P1308ajorṃaan
AjorṃaaninAjorṃaanin iien ko an Lōtañūr.It's a huge fish that's been around since the days of the legendary Lōktañūr (who invented the sail).ajorṃaan
ajriEḷap an aeñwāñwā ajri raṇThose children are awfully noisy.aeñwāñwā
 Ajri ro raṇ rej ikkure im allitoto ilo kimejān ni eṇ.The children and playing and dangling on the leaves of the coconut tree.allitoto
 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
 Eapañ kōn ajri eo nājin.His child is getting in his way.apañ
 Ajri eo nājin ej kaapañ an jerbal.His child is impeding his work.apañ
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ajriiṃBaj ajriiṃ ke kwojjañjañ.You're so childish you're a cry baby.ajri
AjriinAjriin uwaakin kōrā eṇ enaaj kōjerataiki.Her relying so much on child help will be her downfall.ajriin uwaak
 Ejerata ḷokwan an jerbal kōn an kijoñ ajriin uwaakWhatever he does always gets fouled up in the end because he relies on child help.ajriin uwaak
 Ajriin raan kein rejaje kajjeor.Modern day Marshallese children do not know how to play kajjeorkajjeor
 Eadkeelel ajriin kilaaj eṇ an.Her class is a bunch of spoiled kids.adkeelel
ājtokKwōn ājtok bwe in ājwajYou knit this way while I knit your way.āj
AjuiaakAjuiaak niñawaj bwe ij ajuiaaktak.Repair the leaky roof in your northern direction while I'm repairing eastward.ajuiaak
ajuiaakeRej ajuiaake ṃweeṇ bwe ettal.They are repairing leaks in that roof.ajuiaak
AjuiaakinAjuiaakin aelōñ kein.Marshallese traditional style of repairing leaky thatch roofs.ajuiaak
ajuiaaktakAjuiaak niñawaj bwe ij ajuiaaktak.Repair the leaky roof in your northern direction while I'm repairing eastward.ajuiaak
ājwajKwōn ājtok bwe in ājwaj.You knit this way while I knit your way.āj
ajweweÑe ij etetal ilo marok eitok wōt bwe in ajwewe.When I walk in the dark I have to whistle.ajwewe
 Ij kab baj naaj kar roñ ainikien ke ej ajwewe ijo ippān jebwe eo ṃōṃkaj wōt jidik jān an kar waḷọk bwijerro eo jọteen eo.It was the first time I heard the sound of whistling from him close to the steering wheel just before the tragedy struck that evening. P1034bwijerro
AjweweinAjwewein Joun ñe ej jerbal eban peljo.Jones's whistling while working is one of a kind.ajwewe
ajweweḷọkEj ajweweḷọk ilo iaḷ eo ḷọk ke rej jibwe.He was whistling down the road when he was caught.ajwewe
akIj abbawaj ak kwōn abbaḷọk.I'm dynamiting in your direction while you're dynamiting in that direction.abba
 Ānbwinnid enaaj mej ak ad enaaj mour indeo.Our body will die but the soul will live forever.ad
 Ij ḷōmṇak eaaddeboululḷọk Jọọn jān kwe ak iaaddeboulul tata iaadeañI think John's dizzier than you but I'm the dizziest of us fouraddeboulul
 Jema ekar kate wōt ak elukkuun alikkar an dedodo im addiṃakoko.Father was doing his best to persevere but it was obvious that he was growing hopeless and uneasy. P1027addiṃakoko
 Ij kaadenpewaj ak kwōj kaadenpetok.I fish for adenpe sharks in your direction while you fish for the same toward me.adenpe
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akāIban ellolo jikka kiiō bwe eḷap an akā ñan kombani.I can't get any cigarettes because the companies can't get any.akā
 Eḷap an akā ñan delọñ.It's too inaccessible to try and enter.akā
akadeikKwaar akadeik ke bao ko?Did you watch the birds locating their roost?akade
AkadeiktokAkadeiktok ia eṇ bao ṇe ej edde ie.Go find out where that bird is roosting.akade
AkadeinAkadein Ḷōlwōj ebwe an tiljek.Ḷōlwōj's watching birds to locate their roost is quite thorough.akade
 Eṃṃan tata akadein jotaḷọkIt's best to watch birds at twilight to locate their roost akade
AkadikAkadik eo waan Ānti eṇ ej ejjerakrōk ilo ṃaḷoAndy's new outrigger canoe is sailing in the lagoon.akadik
 Inaaj akadik ṃwe iṃō juon raan.One day I'll build a new house out of my current one.akadik
 Ej ḷame ṃweiur eo ṃweirun akadik eoHe's hewing the ṃweiur for the newly constructed canoe.ṃweiur
AkadikinAkadikin eṃA new building.akadik
akajeIa eo akaje eo eetal ie ḷọkWhere did the V.I.P. go?akaje
AkajeinAkajein ia ṇe? Akajein Jeina.Where is that expert from? A Chinese expert.akaje
 Akajein ia ṇe? Akajein Jeina.Where is that expert from? A Chinese expert.akaje
akajeūṃBaj akajeūṃ ke epen aṃ uwaak.You're such a V.I.P. it's difficult to get you to answer the question.akaje
akajiniEj akajini juub eṇ.She's putting akajin fish in the soup.akajin
AkajininAkajinin arin ṃōta ṇeOn the lagoon shore of what land tract did you catch that akajin fish?akajin
akajokEṃṃan tata akajok ilo an jotaḷọk.It's best to watch birds alight to locate their roosts when the sun is setting.akajok
akajokeEj akajoke an kaako eṇ edde bwe en kab jibwe ñe eboñḷọk.He's observing where the rooster is sleeping so he can catch it when it gets darker.akajok
akajoketokEtal ṃōk akajoketok ñan kōjro.Would you go and see for us where it's roosting?akajok
akajokiJen ilān akajoki ak kaṇ bwe en kab pidodo ad jejọñ (ejjọñ).Let's go locate the frigate birds' roost so we can easily catch them tonight.akajok
akajokinKwōnāj lale bwe akajokū ej akajokin ṃōkadeYou will note that I watch birds to locate their roost like an expert.akajok
akajokūKwōnāj lale bwe akajokū ej akajokin ṃōkadeYou will note that I watch birds to locate their roost like an expert.akajok
akakeEj jañin kanooj ibwij im ej maroñ wōt akake jokwā eṇ.The water is not very high and he's still able to tow the driftwood with his feet touching the bottom.akake
akaketokRej akaketok wōt tipñōl eo.The tipñōl is being towed here while those towing it can still touch the bottom with their feet.akake
akāḷọkKwōj akāḷọk ñan ia?Where are you taking your palsy to?akā
AkāūAkāū ekōṃṃan ban wōnṃaanḷọk.My palsy prevents my making any progress.akā
akekeinEkkar bwe jen akekein pāātḷọkIt's better that we tow it when the tide is ebbing.akake
 Akekein lọje ejekkar ñan juon rūttariṇae.A soldier is not supposed to have an uncomfortable feeling caused by a stomach overstuffed with food.akeke
akekeḷọkKwōj akekeḷọk kōn lọjiōṃ ñan ia?Where are you going with the uncomfortable feeling of having a stomach overstuffed with food?akeke
akeọEkar ḷap akeọ in eo ḷọk jān eo kiiō.The last breadfruit harvest was greater than this one.akeọ
ĀkiliĀkili (kakili) piteto kaṇe.Peel the potatoes.ākilkil
ākilkilKadikdik aḷkwōjeje bwe kwōnaaj ākilkil.You'd better go slow or you'll peel from sunbathing.aḷkwōjeje
AkinAkin ia ṇeWhere did that frigate bird come from?ak
akjijenEjaje akjijen.He can't use the oxygen.akjijen
akjijeneRej akjijene ri-ṃwijṃwij eṇ.They're giving oxygen to the patient undergoing surgery.akjijen
AkjijeninAkjijenin aujpitōḷThe oxygen tank for the hospital.akjijen
akkaunEjaje akkaun lieṇ. Ej kōḷḷā aolep iien ej wia.She never buys on credit. She always pays for what she buys.akkaun
 Ettōr im akkaunitok jet kijed petkōj ilo akkaun eṇ .Run along and get us some biscuits, and charge them to my account.akkaun
 Jej akkaun ke iṃwiin?Do you allow credit purchases hereakkaun
 Ejjeḷọk kobban akkaun eṇ an.There's nothing left in his account.ejjeḷọk
akkauniIar akkauni jedọujij e iṃōn Kūraan.I bought my trousers on credit at Grant's store.akkaun
akkauniṃEnana akkauniṃ bwe kwōj jab kajejjet aṃ kōḷḷā.You have bad credit because you don't pay on time.akkaun
akkaunitokEttōr im akkaunitok jet kijed petkōj ilo akkaun eṇ .Run along and get us some biscuits, and charge them to my account.akkaun
akkawūnKab jaaje akkawūn eo .Be sure to charge it to my account.jaaj
akkiJepi akki kōkañkōñ (ekkañkōñ) kaṇe ipeiṃ.Trim those sharp fingernails of yours.akki
akkiiṃKwōn akūki tok bwe ekkañ akkiiṃ.Pry it out with you sharp fingernails.akki
AkkiinAkkiin wōn e ioon jea e?Whose fingernail is this on the chair?akki
 Ejar akkiin neōMy toe nail is broken off.akkiin ne
 Ri-nana ro raar tūṃwi akkiin neen ri-kalbuuj ro.The bad guys plucked out the prisoners' toe nails.akkiin ne
 Eṃōj ṇe aṃ kabūrōrōik akkiin peiṃYou should refrain from painting your finger nails.akkiin pā
 Lio eraakutake turin mejān ḷeo kōn akkiin pein kōkañkōñ (ekkañkōñ).The woman scratched his face with her razor-sharp finger nails.akkiin pā
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akḷañeIḷak etal in eọñōd ettoot ke ear akḷañe ek eo.When I reached the spot to fish, he had already started fishing hours before.akḷañ
akḷañūṃBaj akḷañūṃ ke iḷak tōparḷọk ijo ibbate eok?You're so preemptive when I got there you were already there.akḷañ
akōIññā akō wōn enaaj kōnono ñan kōj?Yes, but who'll speak out for us?akō
 Iar idaak akō iar jab kadek.I drank but did not get drunk.akō
 Akō?But what?akō
 Akō kweHow about you?akō
akōjdateEñak akōjdate ro jet.She's never hateful of others.akkōjdat
 Ekōjkan aer naaj ṇawāween jorrāān eo ewaḷọk kōn aer akōjdate doonHow are they going to deal with the damage caused by their hating each other?kōjdat
 Ekōjkan aer naaj ṇawāween jorrāān eo ewaḷọk kōn aer akōjdate doonHow are they going to deal with the damage caused by their hating each other? ṇawāween
AkōjdatinAkōjdatin wōt lieṇ ippān.He's hateful of people just as his wife is.akkōjdat
akōjdatḷọkEj akōjdatḷọk ñan ia?Where's she going with her hatred?akkōjdat
AkōrinAkōrin ia kein?Where are these mullet from?akōr
aktalKōjeañ ej aktal ñāātWhen are we (four) going there?aktal
 Jen aktal ḷọk bwe jen rọọl.Let's get going with the visit so we can go home.aktal
aktaleJen aktale lọk irooj eṇ emej.Let's go as a group to pay our respects to the dead chief.aktal
āktoEruṃwijḷọk ektak jān kar ammān ākto kōn wōt an kar ḷōḷapḷọk ṇo im eḷapḷọk an jepliklik wa eo jān kar ṃoktaIt took us longer to load them up than it had to offload them since the waves were making the boat sway back and forth even more than before. P747eakto
 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. P668ṃadṃōd
āktuweKōjro āktuwe laḷ tak Kapen ṇe ñan lowa bwe en babu,” Jema ekkōnono ḷọk ñan Bojin eo.How about if we take Captain down below so he can lie down,” Father said to the Boatswain. P1046eakto
akūkiKwōn akūki tok bwe ekkañ akkiiṃ.Pry it out with you sharp fingernails.akki
akūkinEjjeḷọk akūkin ñan jidik.S/he's got no fingernails or toenails at all.akūk
 Etūṃ akūkin neōMy toenails have come off.akūk
 Wōn eṇ ear unooke akūkin ledik eṇ?Who painted the girl's fingernails and toenails?akūk
akūkūEmetak akūkū.My fingernails hurt.akūk
akūkūṃEkkañ wōt akūkūṃ.You've got such sharp nails.akūk
akwāālRaar akwāāl im ire.They were arguing and then fought.iakwāāl
akwāāleKwōj airuwaroiki kōn aṃ akwāāle.You're troubling me by talking back to her.airuwaro
 Ej akwāāle ñan ta?What's he arguing with her for?akwāāl
 Kwōn jab akwāāle bwe eban wōr tōprak.Don't argue with him as you'll get nowhere.akwāāl
 Ikar ḷōmṇak in akwāāle ḷeo ekar kōṃṃan kōjak kōn etan wa eo ak ikor ñe ekar ṃan ñaI thought about arguing with the guy who had made fun of the name of the boat, but I was afraid he might hit me. P319kor
akwāāliṃEalikkar akwāāliṃ.Your bickering is obvious.akwāāl
akweḷapKwōj akweḷap ñan ta?What are you so insistent about?akweḷap
 Ijaje akweḷap.I'm not the insistent type.akweḷap
 Eto an Jema ḷōmṇak ak ke ḷōṃaro ruo rōkar akweḷap wōt, ekar ba ke enaaj kajjioñ.Father thought for a long time, but because the two men continued to insist, he said he would try. P21akweḷap
 Etal im akweḷap ñane bwe en lewaj.Go beg him to give it to you.akweḷap
 Lukkuun ke jeḷe i rōk reaarin aelōñ eo,” Kapen eo ekar akweḷap wōt kōn ijo an.I am sure we are southeast of the island,” the Captain insisted, clinging to his opinion. P897reeaar
akweḷapeEar akweḷape bwe en leḷọk.She insisted that she be given the item.akweḷap
akweḷapiṃEjjeḷọk wōt baj akweḷapiṃ.I haven't seen anyone as insistent as you are.akweḷap
AkweḷapinAkweḷapin jaje kōḷmenḷọkjeṇ.The insistence of one who can't stop and think.akweḷap
akweḷaptokJab akweḷaptok ñan ña bwe ejjeḷọk ilo men ṇeStop begging me for it because I had nothing to do with it.akweḷap
akwōlāEinwōt ebaj akwōlā ḷọk jān ṃoktaIt seems the akwōlā fish are more teeming than previously.akwōlā
 Ewōr ke kwoṇaṃ akwōlā?Did you catch any akwōlāakwōlā
akwōlāānEuwi wōt akwōlāān Likiep jān aolep aelōñ.The akwōlā fish of Likiep are the best of them all.akwōlā
alKab baj addimejmejū ke iroñ an al.I didn't get bored until I heard his singing.addimej
 Pojak wōt bwe enaaj jino al eṇ aer jet wōt minit jān kiiō.Stand by because they'll start singing in just a few minutes.al
 Kwōn al tok ṃōk bwe in lale eṃṃan ke?Why don't you sing so I can audition you?al
 Ej al ke rainiin?Does she sing today?al
 Eitok limoū roñjake aer al.I'm keen on listening to their singing.al
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aḷEbōtōktōk aḷ.The sun is eclipsing (literally, bleeding)aḷ
 Ebwe an kajoor aḷ ṇe rainiin.It's quite hot today.aḷ
 Eḷap tokjān aḷ.The sun is essential.aḷ
 Enañin tak ke aḷ?Is the sun up yet?aḷ
 Jab kalimjek aḷ bwe kwonaaj pilo.Don't stare at the sun because it will blind you.aḷ
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āḷRej likliki āḷ eo kōn inpel.They are straining the coconut milk with coconut cloth.inpel
aḷakKwaar lo ke aḷak eo ilikin baal boñ?Did you notice the phosphorescence on the ocean side of the outer reef last night?aḷak
alalEar jab ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) an alal ilo bwidej eo innem irooj eo ear lilu (illu)(ippān).He did not do a good job of caring for the land and so the irooj was angry with him.alal
 Ej alal ñan ña ilo bwidej eṇ .He's watching over my land for me.alal
aḷaḷWōn eo ebōk aḷaḷ eo jān ije jikin?Who took my stick from its place?aḷaḷ
 Kwōn jab bōk wōt aḷaḷ ṇe ak bar lām ṇe ilo kapwōr ṇeDon't just take the meaty part of the giant clam but also the crystalline style as well.aḷaḷ
 Ñe ej iiōke aḷaḷ in kapoor eṇ im lewaj, kwōmeḷọkḷọk nukuṃ.After he prepares the meaty part of the giant clam and lets you eat it, it is so delicious it's out of this world.aḷaḷ
 Ear deñōte kōn aḷaḷ in deñdeñ eo an.He struck him with his night stick.aḷaḷ in deñdeñ
 Kwōn aḷaḷ in deñdeñe ṃōk im lale eṃṃakūt ke.Why don't you try hitting him with the club and see if he moves?aḷaḷ in deñdeñ
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āḷāḷeEḷap an āḷāḷe kaṇe.There's too much coconut milk in the breadfruit.eaḷ
alalierEar jab jubūruōn kōn alalier ioon bwidej eo an.He wasn't satisfied with their care for his land.alal
AḷaḷinAḷaḷin ekkal ko an jikuuḷ rej itok wōt ioon piiḷtūreep eo tok.The school construction lumber is on its way here on the field trip ship.aḷaḷ
 Aolep bwilijmāāṇ rej kajjo aḷaḷin deñdeñEach policeman had a night stick.aḷaḷ in deñdeñ
AḷaṃowanaEwōtlọk oṇāān meiuk ilo Aḷaṃowana.There's a sale at Ala Moana.wōtlọk kōn oṇāān ṃweiuk
AḷapAḷap eo eṇ.He's the head of the lineage I belong to.aḷap
 Ñe emej aḷap eṇ jeū enaaj pinej jenkwan.When my uncle, who's also the lineage head, dies, my older brother will take his place.aḷap
 Ij amiiañ aḷap.I'm your aḷapamiiañ
 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
 Aḷap eṇ eamḷap.That old man has lots of land.amḷap
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aḷapiṃBaj aḷapiṃ ke euwaṇ bōraṃ.You must be very old, seeing the grey hairs up there.aḷap
aḷapḷọkEjjeḷọk eṇ ej jab aḷapḷọk.No one is getting younger.aḷapḷọk
 Baj ṃōkajin aṃ aḷapḷọk ke kwoppaḷ.Your senility says you're aging quite rapidly.aḷapḷọk
aḷapḷọkūṃBaj aḷapḷọkūṃ ke kwoppaḷ.Your senility says you're aging quite rapidly.aḷapḷọk
albakbōkeJoñan an mera iep eo, lio ear albakbōke.The basket was light enough for her to carry under her arm.albakbōk
albakbōkeḷọkRaar albakbōkeḷọk ri-kadek eo ñan ṃōn kalbuuj eo.They carried the drunk tucked under their arms to the jail.albakbōk
albakbōkinMede eṇ bwe ej jab aelọk albakbōkin.That's Mary because that's obviously how she carries things tucked under her arm.albakbōk
 Kwōn jab albakbōkin ṃakokoDon't show your unwillingness to carry things tucked under the arm by doing it sloppily.albakbōk
aḷbapeetRi-pālle raar kōṃṃan an kajin Ṃajeḷ aḷbapeet.White men gave the Marshallese language its alphabet.aḷbapeet
aḷbapeetinEṃōj an Nitijeḷā koweppān aḷbapeetin kajin Ṃajeḷ eo ekāāl bwe en jerbal.The Nitijeḷā has approved the standardized Marshallese alphabet.aḷbapeet
albokKwōn ḷōḷō albok bwe ren ḷak bōbōl (ebbōl) ekoṇ mejān ut ṇe utūṃ.Make a garland with buds so when they bloom they'll fit closer together.albok
albokbōrọroEj kappok albokbōrọro.She's looking for the albokbōrọro plant.albokbōrọro
albokbōrọroikiLiṃaro raṇ rej albokbōrọroiki lowaan jikin kwelọk eṇ.The women are busy decorating the meeting place with albokbōrọro plants.albokbōrọro
AlbokbōrọroinAlbokbōrọroin pālleAn albokbōrọro plant from America.albokbōrọro
AlboketokAlboketok ṃōk juon wūtin ledik eṇ jera.Please put together a flower bud wreath for my girlfriend.albok
albokinEñaj albokin raan wūt eṇ kōtkan.The flower buds on the flower tree she planted have a sweet smell to them.albok
aleRaar kanne ale eo kōn ekkan im pojak ñan irooj eo.They stocked the storehouse with food items in preparation for the chief's arrival.ale
aḷeElōñ ke kobban aḷe eṇAre there lots of fish in that circle?aḷe
 Aḷe kwaar lo ke joob eo arro?Mister, did you see my soap?aḷe
 Aḷe, iọkwe,” Bojin eo eba.Well, man, my sympathies,” the Boatswain said. P1074aḷe
 Aḷe, ta wūnin an wa eṇ añōppāl?Mister, why is that canoe's sail flapping?añōppāl
 Lale kwaar leḷọk aṃ ḷōmṇak ñan ikōn aḷe eṇDon't you worry your head over that riff-raff.ikōn-aḷe
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āleKwōn āle ṃōk jake ṇePlease roll that mat up.āle
 Eḷap an āle raij ṇeThere's too much coconut milk in the rice.eaḷ
āḷeRaar āḷe raij eo.They put coconut milk in the rice.eaḷ
aleakKwōn aleak bwe ekōkōjaiji eok.You should wear your hair loose on your back because it is becoming on you.aleak
 Eḷak aleak eitōn tūṃ ḷōmṇakEvery time she wears her hair loose on her back I nearly go out of my mind.aleak
aleakḷọkKwōn jab aleakḷọk ñan ṃōnjar eṇ bwe ri-kaki eṇ enaaj lu eok.Don't wear your hair loose on your back to the church because the parson will scold you.aleak
alebabuEinwōt eitok wōt bwe en alebabu.He's inclined to recline.alebabu
 Ej alebabu ak juon raan enaaj ḷak ilbōk retal jāne.If he continues with his laid back attitude he'll one day be left behind.alebabu
 Kwōn jab alebabu bwe kwōnaaj ḷōḷḷap ṃōkajDon't always be lying down if you don't want to grow old fast.alebabu
AlebabuierAlebabuier ekōṃṃan bwe ren jab teru ilo jerbal eo.Their tendency to always be laid-back prevented them from landing the job.alebabu
AlebabuinAlebabuin jowan men eṇ.She's the type that is inclined to recline simply due to laziness.alebabu
aḷeekRej aḷeek ṃọle ṇa idipin ṇa eṇ bwe en eṃṃan jabuki.They surrounding the school of rabbitfish beside the stony shoal so they could easily scoop it up with a net.aḷe
 Ḷōṃaro rej aḷeek ṃọle eo.The men are surrounding the rabbit fish.aḷeḷe
aḷeikḷọkKoṃwin aḷeikḷọk ek ṇe ñan turin wōd eṇ.Use the surround method and chase the fish toward the coral.aḷe
aleinEobrak alein ekkan eo an Irooj Murjel ippān kajoor ro doon.Chief Murjel's food storage was filled to the brim by his followers.ale
aḷeinRej kōjerbal aḷein aelōñ kein.They're using the traditional surround fishing method.aḷe
alejeIḷak reilọk ej aleje bu eo in itōn buuki ri-kọọt eo.As I was looking he was aiming to shoot the thief.alej
AlejetokAlejetok ṃōk bao eṇ ñan ñaCould you aim the gun at the bird for me?alej
alejiṃEwālel ke alejiṃ?Do you aim well to hit the bull's-eye?alej
AlejinAlejin jerọThe aim of a sharpshooter.alej