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S/heS/he who is responsible for making the current flow into the lagoon has spoken.Ri-kaaewaar eo ej ba.aewaar
 S/he'll keep saying s/he'll win and s/he just might do so.Ej kaajjimālele bajjik innām ejujen maroñ wiin.ajjimālele
 Wash the child's hands because s/he hasn't learned how to do so yet.Kwōn aṃwinḷọk pein ajri ṇe bwe ej jañin jeḷā.aṃwin
 S/he just got a younger sister.Ej kab wōr juon jatin leddik.jati-
 S/he has big buttocks.Ekilep jepen rūrin.jepe rūr
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S/heʻllS/he'll keep saying s/he'll win and s/he just might do so.Ej kaajjimālele bajjik innām ejujen maroñ wiin.ajjimālele
 S/he'll keep saying s/he'll win and s/he just might do so.Ej kaajjimālele bajjik innām ejujen maroñ wiin.ajjimālele
S/heʻsS/he's got no fingernails or toenails at all.Ejjeḷọk akūkin ñan jidik.akūk
 S/he's one of those lucky people.Juon ṇe ri-kajjidede.jide
S12There are two kinds of jāānkun; one is made from breadfruit. S12Eor ruo kain jāānkun; juon ej kōṃṃan jān .jāānkun
Sabbath
Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy. S5

Kwōn keememej raan in Jabōt bwe kwōn kokkwojarjare.
Jabōt
 Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy. S5Kwōn keememej raan in Jabōt bwe kwōn kokkwōjarjare.keememej
 Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy. S5Kwōn keememej raan in Jabōt bwe kwōn kokkwojarjare.kokwōjarjar
sackHe was weighted down with a sack of copra.Eajjibanban kōn pāāk in waini eo.ajjibanban
 He fell carrying the sack.Ear buñtake pāāk eo ej ineke.buñ
 That sack of flour has not been opened yet. (It is still intact.)Ejjañin kōkaan (ekkaan) pāāk in pilawā ṇekōkaan
 Pack that sack tightḶattuñi pāāk ṇeḷattuñ
 Sew the sack closed with mālweKwōn mālweiki mejān pāāk ṇemālwe
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sacksTake three sacks to make sure you've got enough for three months.Kwōn bōk ruo pāāk em kabbwebwe ñan jilu allōñ.bwe
 He carried the many sacks of copra all by himself to the lighter at the lagoon beach.Ejjeḷọk ri-rejetake ineek meto ḷọk pāākin lōñlōñ in waini ko ñan ḷaita eo.rejetak
sackʻsThe sack's been sewn.Ekijek mejān pāāk eo.kijek
SacramentThe Sacrament of Baptism.Jakkūramenin Peptaij.jakkūramen
sacrificeOne of the functions of a priest is to offer the sacrifice of the Mass.Juon iaan jerbal ko an baata ej ri-aje katok in missa.aje
 They say the people of these islands used to offer sacrifice to idols.Rej ba ri-aelōñ kein rejọ kōn katok ñan anij raṇ.anij raṇ
 The Bible says, Obedience is better than sacrifice,’” the Boatswain responded to me with this verse. P1210Baibōḷ ej ba, Eṃṃan pokake jān katok’,” Bojin eo eba tok eoon in ñan ñaeoon
 Obedience is better than sacrifice (from Old Testament: Samuel to King Saul).Pokake eṃṃan jān katok.pokake
sadThe movie is sad.Ekabūroṃōjṃōj ṃupi eo.būroṃōj
 It made me feel sad and nostalgic. P1285Ekōṃṃan ememḷọkjen.ememḷọkjeṇ
 My sad memories of you (words from love song).Ememḷọkjeṇ ko kōn eok.ememḷọkjeṇ
 The movie is a sad onePija eo ekaburoṃōjṃōj.kabbūroṃōjṃōj
 Don't look so sad at me because there's nothing I can do.Kwōn jab kōmjaaḷaḷ tok ñan bwe ejjeḷọk men eṇ imaroñ kōṃṃane.kōmjaaḷaḷ
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saddenedIt saddened us when they departed on the field trip.Ekabūromōj kōm ke rejeblaak ioon waan raun eo.būroṃōj
sadnessYour laughing will bring sadness afterwardAṃ ettōñ enaaj kaburoṃōje eok tokālik.aṃ
safeIs it safe for it to stay there?En koṇ ke ṇa ijeṇe?koṇ
 Is the safe openEpeḷḷọk ke pāāñ eṇ?pāāñ
 Put my money in the safe.Kwōn pāāñi ṃani nājū.pāāñ
saidAlright, tomorrow together with the Boatswain we will fill this boat with our scrap,” the Captain said.Ioḷe ilju kōjjel Bojin kanne wa in kōn jọkpej ko adjel,” Kapen eo eba.ad
 This part of the ocean feels a bit spooky,” Father said at the same time the incident occurred. P1036Āinwōt meto jab in ebaj aeto,” Jema ekar ba ejja ilo minit eo wōt ekar waḷọk men in.aeto
 It is said that there is always ice on the water at the North Pole.Rej ba eaiji ioon dān ilo North Pole aolep iien.aij
 The engine sounds good,” the person said. P449Āinwōt eṃṃan ainikien injin ṇe aṃ,” armej eo eba.ainikie-
 Ok, for now I’m going to wander over to that boat and find out what’s going on,” the old man said. P133Ekwe ij ja ajādik tok ṃōk ñan wa eṇ im eọroñ ennaan,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.ajādik
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sailThat way we’ll sail into the wind toward Likiep. P842Āindein admān naaj jeje tak waj ijeṇe tak waj ñan Likiep.ad
 Would you fasten the sail to the boom for me?Kwōn ṃōk aekōrāik tok ñan ñaaekōrā
 The men are there fastening the sail to the boom.Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej aekōrāik wūjḷāān tipñōl eṇ.aekōrā
 Now that's a genuine expert in the fastening of the sail to the boom.Lukkuun baj ri-aekōrā.aekōrā
 Let's wait for the current to flow out to set sail.Kōjro kaaelik im jerak.aelik
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sailboatThe sailboat got caught up in the third current zone and hardly made any headway.Ejeḷataeiki booj jerakrōk eo im pen an ṃōṃakūt (eṃṃakūt) jān ijo.jeḷatae
 The gaff of the sailboat is broken.Ebwilọk kaab eo kaabin wa eo.kaab
 There's water over the rails and the riggings are smoking. (sailor's description of a fast sailboat).Eitōk reeḷ em baatat rikin.rikin
sailedI 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. P1Ij keememej ḷọk wōt ke ikar uwe ippān Jema kab ruo ṃōṃaan ilo juon booj jidikdik eo roñoul ruo ne aitokan im jiljino ne depakpakin.depakpak
 We kept tacking in this fashion all day as we sailed east until it was night. P862Kar āindeeo ammān didiakeōk tak ḷọk raan eo ooṃ boñ.diak
 The boat sailed away to Wotje the day before yesterday.Wa eo ear jerak ñan Wōjjā inne eo ḷọk juon.inne eo ḷọk juon
 The outrigger canoe has not sailed yetEjjain jerak tipñōl eo.jain
 Who sailed that canoe that made the sail fall toward the outrigger?Wōn eṇ ear kōjāik wa eṇ?
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sailiingAlfred's sailiing canoe is the slowest.Bat tata eo en waan Alfred.bat
sailingAll of these men were from Likiep, and they were so good at sailing that they could do it in their sleep. P31Ḷōṃarein aolep ri-Likiep im rej mājur ḷọk wōt ilo men in jejerakrōk, joñan aerjel jelā.aer
 Andy's new outrigger canoe is sailing in the lagoon.Akadik eo waan Ānti eṇ ej ejjerakrōk ilo ṃaḷoakadik
 The song you just heard was a song traditionally sung by ancient Marshall Islander men while steering a canoe on a sailing expeditionAlin ṃur men eo ej kab jeṃḷọkḷọk.alin ṃur
 Better than letting him go on like this as if he's sailing this boat single-handedly,” the Boatswain replied. P1047Eṃṃanḷọk jān an āindeṇe im āinwōt ej jānwōde wa in,” Bojin eo euwaak.āinde-
 Then this man beached it on the Kwajalein lagoon beach and fixed it up, and changed it into a sailing ship. P6Innem ḷein ekar ārōke ḷọk iarin Kuajleen im kaaṃtōūki im wa in ekar oktak ñan juon boojin jerakrōk.ār
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sailorI was a sailor on trips to Japan.Iar jeeḷa ḷọk ñan Jepaan.jeeḷa
 The father of that boy is a sailor.Jemān ḷadik eṇ ejeeḷa.jeeḷa
 Could you take that boy on as a sailor on your ship?Komaroñ ke kajeeḷaik ḷadik eṇ ilo wa eṇ waaṃ?jeeḷa
 He is an expert sailor.Rijjerakrōk men eṇ.jerakrōk
 Don't act like a sailor.Kwōn jab ṃattin juwape.juwape
sailorsBefore, this boat was a cargo ship, belonging to the American Navy sailors. P3Wa in ṃōṃkaj kar boojin eakto ektak jeḷaan tiṃa ko waan Navy eo an America.booj
 Those are the sailors from that warship.Jeeḷa in waan tariṇae eṇ.jeeḷa
 Sailors in barks of old often had venereal diseases.Ejjeplejlej jeḷa in baak ko etto.jeplej
 Those are the sailors of that boat.Rijjerakrōk ro raṇ an wa eṇ.jerak
 Sailors have some style.Jet wōt kaṇe baj ṃūtōn juwape.juwape
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sailorʻsThere's water over the rails and the riggings are smoking. (sailor's description of a fast sailboat).Eitōk reeḷ em baatat rikin.rikin
sailsThe 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.Aekōrāin likao in raan kein ej jab einwōt likao in raan ko jeṃaanḷọk.aekōrā
 This is your fellow fastener of sails to the gaff.Ri-aeṃaane eo ṃōttaṃ eñiiṇ.aeṃaan
 Sheet the sails in a bit to get rid of the folds next to the gaff,” the Boatswain said as he scanned the horizon standing by the rigging on the starboard side. P854Bar ṇatọọne tak jidik bwe en jako baḷok kaṇe i turin kaab eṇ” Bojin eo ekar ba ke ear jejed jān turin rikin eo i reeaar.baḷok
 The boat is rolling as it sails toward Arno.Wa eo eṇ ej jepliklikḷọk ilo jerakḷọk ñan Arṇo.jepliklik
 There's the boat that sails so often.Wa eo ejjejerakrōk eṇ.jerak
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SaimonWe’re the remaining members of the clan in the islands with the traditional martial arts skills,” said Saimon LatrikKōmij make wōt Ri-ṃaanpā rainin ilo aelōñ kein,” Saimon Latdik eba. ṃaanpā
saintWhy aren't you like a saint?Etke kwōj jab arin rukkwōjarjar?ari-
salaryYour habitual tardiness won't help your getting a salary increaseAḷokbadiṃ enaaj kōṃṃan bwe en jab ḷapḷọk wōṇeaṃ.aḷokbad
 The first inquirer ask for a raise in salary.Ri-kajjitōk eo ṃokta ear kajjitōk bwe en ḷapḷọk wōṇāān.kajjitōk
 You really know how to make ends meet with your salary.Kwōmake jeḷā kipeddikdik kōn oṇāān ṇe am.kipeddikdik
saleThe yams that are on sale are from where?Iaaṃ ia kaṇe rej wia kaki?iaaṃ
 He's buying up on clothes while the sale is on.Ej kallōñlōñ an nuknuk ke ejja dik oṇān.lōñ
 There are bras for sale at MIECO.Eor nien ittūt in wia Mieko.nine
 There's a sale at Ala Moana.Ewōtlọk oṇāān meiuk ilo Aḷaṃowana.wōtlọk kōn oṇāān ṃweiuk
 The Wigwam store has a big sale going on.Ewōtlọk Wiikwaaṃ kōn oṇāān ṃweiukwōtlọk kōn oṇāān ṃweiuk
salivaThe baby got saliva on his father's shirt.Niñniñ ear kaiadatōltōle joōt eo an jemān.iādatōltōl
salmonSmell of salmon.Bwiin jejaṃōṇṃōṇ (ejjaṃōṇṃōṇ).jaṃōṇ
 Crumbs of salmon are all over the table.Ejjaṃōṇṃōṇ raan tebōḷ eṇ.jaṃōṇ
 What store did you buy that expensive salmon fromJaṃōṇ in iṃōn wia ta ṇe ekanooj ḷap wōṇaān?jaṃōṇ
 We'll mix salmon with the rice to make it tasty.Jenaaj jaṃōṇe raij e bwe en nenọ (ennọ).jaṃōṇ
 They were buying salmon from that store.Raar kōjaṃōn tok ilo ṃōn wia eṇ.jaṃōṇ
saloonThe Chinese saloon is smaller than the American saloon.Baar in China eṇ edik jān baarin Amedka eṇ.baar
 The Chinese saloon is smaller than the American saloon.Baar in China eṇ edik jān baarin Amedka eṇ.baar
 He is at the saloon.Epād ilo baar eṇ.baar
SaltSalt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.amān
 The way to make salt fish is first, we clean the fish, and if they are big fish, we cut them into smaller sections, or if they are small fish, we put them whole to soak in salt water overnight. S27Wāween jọọḷ ek, ṃokta jej karreoik ek ko, im eḷañe ek killep men ko jej ṃwijiti im kōṃṃan bukwōn jidik, ak eḷañe ek jidik, jej kaiouki wōt in jooni ilo dānnin-jọọḷ iuṃwin juōn boñ.bukwōn
 The way to make salt fish is first, we clean the fish, and if they are big fish, we cut them into smaller sections, or if they are small fish, we put them whole to soak in salt water overnight. S27Wāween jọọḷ ek, ṃokta jej karreoik ek ko, im eḷañe ek killep men ko jej ṃwijiti im kōṃṃan bukwōn jidik, ak eḷañe ek jidik, jej kaiouki wōt in jooni ilo dānnin-jọọḷ iuṃwin juōn boñ.bukwōn
 Salt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.ek
 The way to make salt fish is first, we clean the fish, and if they are big fish, we cut them into smaller sections, or if they are small fish, we put them whole to soak in salt water overnight. S27Wāween jọọḷ ek, ṃokta jej karreoik ek ko, im eḷañe ek killep men ko jej ṃwijiti im kōṃṃan bukwōn jidik, ak eḷañe ek jidik, jej kaiouki wōt in jooni ilo dānnin-jọọḷ iuṃwin juōn boñ.iio
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saltedIf people want to presesrve fish, they salt them and make salted fish, or smoke them and make dried fish. S27Ñe armej rej kōṇaan kato an ek pād, rej jọọḷ im kōṃṃan ek jọọḷ ak atiti im kōṃṃan ek ṃōṇakṇakjọọḷ
 Who salted itWōn eṇ ear kōjọọḷe?jọọḷ
 Salted turtleWōn jọọḷ / jọọḷin wōn.jọọḷ
 If people want to presesrve fish, they salt them and make salted fish, or smoke them and make dried fish. S27Ñe armej rej kōṇaan kato an ek pād, rej jọọḷ im kōṃṃan ek jọọḷ ak atiti im kōṃṃan ek ṃōṇakṇakṃōṇakṇak
 If people want to presesrve fish, they salt them and make salted fish, or smoke them and make dried fish. S27Ñe armej rej kōṇaan kato an ek pād, rej jọọḷ im kōṃṃan ek jọọḷ ak atiti im kōṃṃan ek ṃōṇakṇakñe
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salt-waterI used to swim in the salt-water pool that lies between Jenkā and Ḷōtoonke when I went with my parents to make copra at Jālukra wāto (on Emejwa Islet on Likiep).Ijọ kōn tutu ilo naṃ eṇ ikōtaan Jenkā im Ḷōtoonke tōre ko kōmjel jinō im jema kar jokwe im kowainini ilo Jālukra.naṃ
saltyThat well is salty.Ejatōk aebōj laḷ ṇejatōk
 Why is my drinking water salty?Ta e ear kōjatōke aebōj e liṃō?jatōk
 That fish is very salty.Eḷap an jọọḷọḷe ek ṇejọọḷ
salvationJesus offered his life for our salvation.Jijej ear aje mour eo an ñan kōj.aje
 Jesus offered his life for our salvation.Jijej ear aje mour eo an ñan kōj.aje
 Jesus shed his blood for our salvation.Jijej ear kōtọọrḷọk daan ñan kōj.tọọr
sameI fish for adenpe sharks in your direction while you fish for the same toward me.Ij kaadenpewaj ak kwōj kaadenpetok.adenpe
 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.Aekōrāin likao in raan kein ej jab einwōt likao in raan ko jeṃaanḷọk.aekōrā
 This part of the ocean feels a bit spooky,” Father said at the same time the incident occurred. P1036Āinwōt meto jab in ebaj aeto,” Jema ekar ba ejja ilo minit eo wōt ekar waḷọk men in.aeto
 It's the same as this.Āin wōt men e.āi-
 Exactly the same.Lukkuun āinwōtāinwōt
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SamoanA Samoan. Samoans.Ri-Jaṃuwa.Jaṃuwa
SamoansA Samoan. Samoans.Ri-Jaṃuwa.Jaṃuwa
sampleTake my shirt as a sample for a uniform.Kwōn bōk jōōt e bwe en jaṃbel ñan ad juon iuniboom"jaṃbōḷ
SamsonʻsThey plucked out Samson's eyes.Raar itūk(i) mejān Jaṃjen.itūk
SamuelObedience is better than sacrifice (from Old Testament: Samuel to King Saul).Pokake eṃṃan jān katok.pokake
sandWhere are they ferrying the sand?Rej aljeke bok eṇ ñan ia?aljek
 Where is the sand from, because it's really white.Bok in ia ṇe ke eḷap an mouj.bok
 The boy has already put sand on the dog.Eṃōj an ḷadik eo boke kidu eo.bok
 Bring sand and put it here.Kwōn boke tok ije.bok
 Don't let him get sand all over himself.Kwōn jab kabokboke.bok
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sandbankThe canoe is on that sandbank.Wa eo eṇ ej pād ioon ippe eṇ.pepe
 The canoe has gone aground on a sandbank.Wa eo eṇ eṃōj ārōk ṇa ioon ippe.pepe
sandiestThe sandiest place in Majuro Atoll is at the end of Laura.Ekabokbok tata jabōn Laura.bokbok
SandpaperSandpaper that board.Kwōn jaanpebaik ṇejaanpeba
sandwichThere was sandwich all over the field after the picnic.Ejjāānwūjwūj meḷan eo ṃōjin aer piknik.jāānwūj
 The pieces of sandwich are all over the table.Eḷap an jejāānwūjwūj (ejjāānwūjwūj) raan tebōḷ en.jāānwūj
 What kind of sandwich do you have?Jāānwūj in ta ṇe kijōṃ?jāānwūj
 Put cheese in that sandwich.Jiiji jāānwūj ṇejiij
sandwichesYou two go and get us some sandwiches.Koṃro ilọk im kōjāānwūj tok.jāānwūj
 That woman is one of the women who prepared the sandwiches.Kōrā eṇ ej juon iaan ri-jāānwūj ro.jāānwūj
 I was the one who made the sandwiches for the two of you.Ña eo iar jāānwūji waj jāānwūj ko kijemiro.jāānwūj
 They ate egg sandwiches.Raar ṃōñā jāānwūj in lep.jāānwūj
sandyThe lagoon side of Majuro is sandy.Ebokboke iaarin Majuro.bok
 It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.bok
 His work is messy and sandy.Emake bobore an jerbal.bor
 Sandy Koufax can really throw hard.Eḷap an elmaroñ Sandy Koufax.elmaroñ
 The shore of Laura is sandy.Eoonkappe in Ḷoora ebokboke.eoonkappe
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sangHe sang and mimicked Elvis Presley.Ear al im arin Eḷbōj Būrejle.ari-
 They got drunk and sang high and loud.Rōkadek em būḷake al eo.būḷak
 They sang and gave their offering to the church.Raar al im leḷọk joortak ko aer.joortak
 He sang to overcome his fear of ghosts.Ear al im jujuurḷọk an abwinmake.jujuurḷọk
sanitizeThat cistern has been bleached (to sanitize it).Ejerajko aebōj eṇ.jerajko
sankA Japanese ship sank in the harbor at Likiep.Eaar ruṃḷọk juon tiiṃa in Jepaan eo ilo aba eṇ Likiep.aba
 He sank because he did not follow the large wave.Ear douj kōn an jab ḷooribebḷooribeb
 The boat sank.Etal wa eo.tal
 The boat sank.Eturruḷọk wa eo.turruḷọk
sapEvery time we tend to the task of drawing coconut sap, in the morning and evening, and sometimes at noon, we cut the coconut shoot a bit each time, and we also bend the shoot down to prevent the sap from drowning its navel. S19Aolep iien ad jekaro, ilo jibboñ im jota im jet iien ilo raelep, jej jep utak eo jidik illọk jidik, im barāinwōt kietake bwe en jab idaak bwijen.bwije-
 Every time we tend to the task of drawing coconut sap, in the morning and evening, and sometimes at noon, we cut the coconut shoot a bit each time, and we also bend the shoot down to prevent the sap from drowning its navel. S19Aolep iien ad jekaro, ilo jibboñ im jota im jet iien ilo raelep, jej jep utak eo jidik illọk jidik, im barāinwōt kietake bwe en jab idaak bwijen.bwije-
 Did you lash that coconut sap sprout of yours yet?Kwōnañin eọut(i) ke ni jekaro eṇ aṃ?eọeo
 Don't drink the coconut sap.Jab ilim jekaro ṇeilim
 The bottles on all those coconut trees being tapped for sap are all less than half full.Aolep ni jekaro kaṇ im jejekapenpen (ejjekapenpen).jakapen
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saplingIs the sap from that coconut sapling deliciousEnnọ ke jekaroun ni (jekaro) eṇjekaro
 My coconut sapling has a bottle on it now.Ni jekaro eo eṇ ekajokkor.kajokkor
SardineSardine scraps are all over the table.Ejjatinin iraan tebōḷ ṇejatiin
 Could you hook me a sardine for bait?Kwōmaroñ ke kāājrabōle tok juon mọọrū mamo?kāājrabōl
sardinesA false albacore swam toward us and caused minnows and sardines to leap out of the water around the boat. P114Ettōr tok juon ḷooj im uwōjaki awal im kwarkwar ko itōrerein wa eo.aol
 We caught sardines using the apep method and filled the basket.Kōm ar apep im booḷ iep eo.apep
 Sardines from JapanJatiin in Jepaan.jatiin
 Be careful not to get sardines on your clothes.Lale ejatiin nuknuk ṇe aṃ.jatiin
 They put sardines as one of the ingredients.Raar jatini iiōk.jatiin
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sashimiIt will be good for sashimi,” the Captain said. P1307Jejaajmi wōt,” Kapen eo eba.jaajmi
 He made sashimi of the piece of tuna you brought.Ejaajmiik ṃōttan bwebwe eo kwaar bōktok.jaajmi
 Pieces of sashimi are all over the table.Eḷap an jejaajmimi (ejjaajmimi) raan tebōḷ eṇ.jaajmi
 It was ready to make sashimi. P1317Epojak ñan jaajmi.jaajmi
 What sort of fish you have there for sashimi?Jaajmi in ek rot ṇe kijōṃ?jaajmi
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satWhen he reached the cross-stick at the top of the mast, he suddenly started kicking, then he jumped up to the top and landed on it and sat down. P1192Ke ekar tōpar kūrọọjti eo, ebuñjenōṃ ḷak bwijbwij, ekā lōñ ḷọk im jok ioon im jijet.bwijbwij
 No one said anything else; we all just sat there and ate. P966Ejej en ekar bar kōnono ak kōmmān jijet laḷ ḷọk im dao.dao
 We sat crowded in the room.Kōm ar jijet em kōkeṇaakak (ekkeṇaakak) ilo ruuṃ eo.keṇaak
 As soon as I was done dividing out food for him and the Boatswain I sat down and started eating. P1280Ej ṃōj ajej ḷọk kijeerro Bojin eo ak ibaj jijet laḷ ḷọk im dao.kije-
 Father sat down at the door and I sat down next to him. P242Jema ejijet ḷọk ilo kōjām eo im ña ibaj jijet ḷọk iturin.kōjām
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SatanRenounce Satan.Kwōn joḷọk Jetan jān ippaṃ.joḷọk
 God is my shield from satan.Anij ej likōpejñak jān Jetan.likōpejñak
 God dealt with Satan according to his pride.Anij ear ṇawāween Satan ekkar ñan an kar utiej bōro.ṇawāween
satisfiedHe wasn't satisfied with their care for his land.Ear jab jubūruōn kōn alalier ioon bwidej eo an.alal
 I am satisfied with the meal.Eju-būruō kōn ṃōñā ko.ju-būruon
 He is satisfied.Eju-būruon.ju-būruon
 Are you satisfied nowKwōmat ke kiiō?mat
 You are better satisfied because your share was bigger than mine.Kwomat ḷọk jān ña kōnke eḷap kijōṃ.mat
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satisfyWhat will satisfy the chief?Ta eṇ ekaju-būruon irooj eṇ?ju-būruon
satisfyingMy wife's cooking is very delicious and thus satisfying.Ekōmatmat an kōrā e riū kōmat.mat
saturatedThe biscuit is saturated with water.Ebok būreej ṇebok
 The biscuit is saturated with water.Ebok būreej ṇebok
 That grated coconut is saturated.Eḷap an eo pen ṇeeo
SaturdayI came last Saturday.Iar itok Jādede eo ḷọkJādede
 I will go next Saturday.Inaaj etal Jādede in laḷ.Jādede
 Let's do our Saturday chores and prepare for tomorrow.Kōjeañ kōjādede em kōppojak ñan ilju.Jādede
 When I was young I used to sail toy hydroplanes every Saturday.Ke iar dik, ikōn wūdādo aolep Jādede.wūdādo
saucePut some sauce on your breadfruit.Kwōn jāleek ṇe kijeṃ.jālele
 They always eat sauce with their food.Rej jejālele (ejjālele) aolep iien.jālele
SaulObedience is better than sacrifice (from Old Testament: Samuel to King Saul).Pokake eṃṃan jān katok.pokake
SaveSave your money.Kōjparok ṃani kaṇe nājiṃ.kōjparok
savedWe saved it only to drink. P1015Kōmmān kar kōjparok wōt ñan idaak.kōjparok
savesHe is a pack rat -- saves any old thing -- even trash.Earōk menọknọk ḷeeṇarōk menọknọk
savingsHave you any savings?Eor ke aṃ joortoklik.joortoklik
SaviorSavior.Rilọmọọr.lọmọọr
sawI never saw a shier girl than her.Ejjeḷọk wōt abjein ledik eo.abje
 I saw him upset and going in that direction.Eñeo ear abṇōṇōwaj ijeṇeṇe waj.abṇōṇō
 I saw him looking uninterested and heading that away.Eñeo ear abōblepwaj wōt ijeṇeṇe waj.abōblep
 Afraid of ghosts as he was, I saw him going in your directionEñeo ear abwinmakewaj ijeṇe waj.abwinmake
 The electric saw sawed off the carpenter's thumb.Jidpān jarom eo ejidpāne addi-lepān kaaṃtō eo.addi-lep
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sawedThe electric saw sawed off the carpenter's thumb.Jidpān jarom eo ejidpāne addi-lepān kaaṃtō eo.addi-lep
 This board has been sawed.Aḷaḷ eo e ejidpān.jidpān
 Who sawed this piece of wood?Wōn e ear jidpāne aḷaḷ e?jidpān
sawingYou seem to be sawing all the time!Kwōnañin jijidpānpān (ijjidpānpān) ke aolep raan kwōj jidpān?jidpān
sayHis appearance was like those people who when they talk, everyone listens and believes what they say. P60Epao tokin kain eṇ eaejemjem.aejemjem
 Why do you say it's theirs?Ta ṇe kwōj ba aer kake?aer
 Don't say it will rain, or it will.Kwōn jab kaajjimālele bwe enaaj wōt.ajjimālele
 But who'll say noAk wōn enaaj ba jaab?ak
 They say that if we bite our lips it means someone is mentioning our name.Rej ba ke ñe jej aṃtōk ewōr eṇ ej ba etad.aṃtōk
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sayingI couldn’t understand what he was saying because he was talking in a low voice. P976Ij jab meḷeḷe ta ko ekar ba kōn an dik ainikien.ainikie-
 You sound as if you're not sure of what you're saying.Einwōt iḷak lale kwōj ajjimālele.ajjimālele
 S/he'll keep saying s/he'll win and s/he just might do so.Ej kaajjimālele bajjik innām ejujen maroñ wiin.ajjimālele
 Will you clarify what you're saying?Kaalikkare ṃōk ta eo kwōj ba.alikkar
 You stutter so much that I can't make out what you're saying.Baj alloūṃ ke iñak ta ṇe kwōj ba.allo
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saysI can't quite understand what he says because he stammers.Ij jab kannooj meḷeḷe an kōnnaan bwe eallo.allo
 Your senility says you're aging quite rapidly.Baj aḷapḷọkūṃ ke kwoppaḷ.aḷapḷọk
 Your senility says you're aging quite rapidly.Baj ṃōkajin aṃ aḷapḷọk ke kwoppaḷ.aḷapḷọk
 The Captain says you should come onboard and wait for him on the boat,” I repeated to the old man standing on the dock. P65Kapen e ej ba kwōn uwe tok in kōttare ioon wa e,” iāliji ḷọk ñan ḷōḷḷap eo ej jutak ioon wab eo.ālij
 When I heard the Captain say this, I thought about it and was amazed that Father was able to recognize the waves on the ocean side of Pikeej from the movement of the boat while the Captain says he needs to actually see them. P799Ke ikar roñ naan kein an Kapen eo, iḷōmṇak im bwilōñ bajjek ippa taunin an Jema maroñ kile ṇoin likin Pikeej jān ṃōṃakūtkūtin wa eo ak Kapen eo eba ej aikuj kar lo kōn mejān.bwilōñ
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scabbyHer legs are scabby.Ekwōdkwōdi kilin neen lieṇ.kwōdkwōdi
ScaleScale those fish there.Kwōn karwūni ek kaṇe.karwūn
scaledHave the fish been scaled?Eṃōj ke an karwūn ek ko?karwūn
scalesMay I use your scales?Imaroñ ke kōjerbal bọun ṇe aṃ?bọun
scandalHe made a big scandal.Ear kōṃṃane juon kajjookok ḷapḷapkajjookok
scannedSheet the sails in a bit to get rid of the folds next to the gaff,” the Boatswain said as he scanned the horizon standing by the rigging on the starboard side. P854Bar ṇatọọne tak jidik bwe en jako baḷok kaṇe i turin kaab eṇ” Bojin eo ekar ba ke ear jejed jān turin rikin eo i reeaar.baḷok
 When I scanned my eyes through the crowd of people, I caught a glimpse of the same old man and the chief who had put a curse on us. P1341Iḷak toore meja ibwiljin jāllepju eo ikar lo animrokan ejja ḷōḷḷap eo wōt kab irooj eo ekar kọọle kōmmānjarlepju
scanningThe weatherman is scanning the skies and waves to let us know our location.Ri-meto eo eṇ ej kaijikmeto tok ñan kōj bwe jen jeḷā ia in jepād ie.kaijikmeto
scarHow big that incision scar isEḷap wōt ṇe ṃwijṃwijṃwijṃwij
scarceFish are really scarce on the ocean side of that small islet.Eḷap an jaike likin āne jidikdik eṇ.jaike
 This kind of tree is scarce.Ejeja kain wōjke rot in.jeja
scarcestIt's the scarcest of all.Eaḷakiiatata.aḷakiia
scareScoop up some gravel and throw it at the pigs to scare them away from there.Kwōn eọkur dekā im kadḷọk piik kaṇ jān ijeṇ.eọkur
 He's one who doesn't scare easilyRi-jāmmijakjak.jāmmijakjak
 That boy doesn't scare easilyEjọuwatata ḷadik eṇ.jọuwōta
 That boy, like his father, doesn't scare easilyRi-jauwōtata ḷadik eṇ āinwot jemān.jọuwōta
 Don't lie just to scare himKwōn jab riab em kọkore.kor
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scaredThe sound of the gun scared meIilbōk kōn ainikien bu eo.ilbōk
 He isn't scared easily. He's reckless.Ejakkōlkōl ḷeeṇjakkōl
 That boy is one that is not scared easilyḶadik eṇ juon eṇ ri-jakkōlkōl.jakkōlkōl
 Don't make him scared.Kwōn jab kaamijake.kaammijak
 What kind of a man is he that gets scared so easily?Kain rot ṃōṃaan (eṃṃaan) ke eokkorkor.kor
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scarerIs is time to surround the fish with the coconut leaf scarer?Eajilowōd ke?ajilowōd
 Send the fishermen to speed up the process so the fish can be ready to surround with the coconut fish scarer.Jilkinḷọk ri-eọñōd raṇe bwe ren kaajilowōde ḷok ek eṇ.ajilowōd
 The men have gone to fish with a scarer.Ḷōṃaro rōmoot in aḷeḷe.aḷeḷe
 What kind of fish are they using the coconut leaf scarer to catch now?Rej aḷeḷe ek rot kiiō?aḷeḷe
 You don't have to put it with the rest because you caught it outside the scarer.Kwōj jab aikuj kobaiki bwe ikōn-ālkinṃwio.ikōn-ālkinṃwio
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scaresThat man scares easilyEuwōtata ḷeeṇuwōta
scareyThe movie was scarey.Ekaamijak ṃupi eo.kaammijak
scarfMake her wear a scarf.Kwōn kaḷokkorbare.ḷokkorbar
 Put a scarf around his head.Ḷokkorbare bōran.ḷokkorbar
scarvesShe's always wearing scarves.Eḷokkorbarbar lieṇ.ḷokkorbar
 They wear scarves when they go to church.Rej ḷokkorbar ñe rej jar.ḷokkorbar
scaryThe way I ride the teeter-tooter is scary.Ekaamijak abōntọunū.abōṇtọun
 The ghost movie is very scary.Ekaammijak pija in tiṃoṇ eo.kaammijak
 The movie was very scary.Eḷap an kaammijak pija eo.kaammijak
 The story of the demon was quite scary.Ekaammijakjak bwebwenatoin tiṃōṇ eo.mijak
scatterDon't scatter those books around.Jab kajeplōklōk bok kaṇe.jeplōklōk
scatteredThe field in Africa had more index fingers scattered aroundEaadikọọtotḷọk meḷaaj eo ilo bukwōn eo iAbūdka.addi-kọọtot
 Who scattered giant clam shells around the house?Wōn ṇe ear kadede turin ṃwiinaded
 The poison killed and scattered piles of corpses all over the village.Baijin eo ekaajeḷḷāiki bukwōn eo.ajeḷḷā
 The corpses were scattered all over the place after the U.S. Air Force bombed it.Eajeḷḷā ḷọk āneo kōn ri-mej ṃōjin an eerbooj in Amedka boktañe.ajeḷḷā
 Many huts are scattered around this island.Eajjuuri meḷan āninajjuur
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scatteringThat chicken is scattering that gravel.Bao eṇ ej ebaje ḷā kaṇ.ebeb
ScaveolaThey didn’t swim for long; they soon reached the island and came out of the lagoon and went across the sand and then were out of sight on a small path between the Scaveola. P1252Ekar jab to aerro ḷọk ak erro tōpar āne im ato ḷọk i arin ān eo im wōnāne ḷọk ioon bok im penjak ḷọk ilo juon mejate ilo kōṇṇat ko.kōṇṇat
sceneGo over to that small islet for a change of scene.Jaṃboḷọk ñan āne jidikdik eṇ.jaṃbo
scentThe dogs traced the scent of the fugitive.Kidu ko raar kāātet nemān ri-kalbuuj eo.kāātet
scentedThis flower is more sweet scented than that one.Eajetḷọk wūt e jān wūt ṇeajet
schemerYou sure are a schemer.Lukkuun kwe rūkōttōbalbal.kōttōbalbal
schemingHe's scheming his move.Ej jekaboote an etal.jekaboot
schoolHis attending school helped to sharpen his homilies.An jikuuḷ ear jipañ kaaejemjeme ilo an kwaḷọk.aejemjem
 You're taller than when you left to go to school.Kwaitokḷọk jān ke kwaar etal in jikuuḷ.aitok
 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.Ajilowōdin ikōn arin Epoon meḷeḷein bwe emejlep.ajilowōd
 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.Ajilowōdin ikōn arin Epoon meḷeḷein bwe emejlep.ajilowōd
 The school of bonitoes that came into the lagoon last year had more fish than this year.Eaijlowōdḷọk iiō eo ḷọk jān iiō in.ajilowōd
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school—andThere is one high school—and a few lower schools—in the Marshall Islands as of 1965. S9Ewōr juon aijikuuḷ kab jejjo jikuuḷ jiddik ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷjikuuḷ
schoolingDo not be careless about your schooling or you'll regret it.Jab kọkkure aṃ jikuuḷ bwe kwōnaaj ajḷọk.ajḷọk
 His insufficient knowledge stems from his not having completed his schooling.Ejeḷā jabjab kōn an kar jab kaṃōj an jikuuḷ.jeḷā jabjab
 He did not finish his schooling.Ear kajipikpiki an jikuuḷ.jipikpik
 The others, well, their schooling is finished / their school days are over as of 1965. S24Ro jet, ekwe, eṃōj aer jikuuḷ.ro
 Did you gain anything from your schooling?Eor ke tōpran jikuuḷ eo aṃ?tōpran
schoolsMost of these schools are public schools, but there are also Catholic and Protestant schools as of 1965. S9Enañin aolep jikuuḷ kein an kien bōtab ebar wōr an Katlik im Būrotijen.Būrotijen
 Most of these schools are public schools, but there are also Catholic and Protestant schools as of 1965. S9Enañin aolep jikuuḷ kein an kien bōtab ebar wōr an Katlik im Būrotijen.Būrotijen
 Most of these schools are public schools, but there are also Catholic and Protestant schools as of 1965. S9Enañin aolep jikuuḷ kein an kien bōtab ebar wōr an Katlik im Būrotijen.Būrotijen
 Four of the schools are Protestant and two Catholic as of 1965. S9Ewōr emān an Būrotijen jikuuḷ kab ruo an Katlik.Būrotijen
 Here come several schools of fish.Bōjen in ek ko tok.bwijin
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schools—inThere is one high school—and a few lower schools—in the Marshall Islands as of 1965. S9Ewōr juon aijikuuḷ kab jejjo jikuuḷ jiddik ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷjikuuḷ
scienceThey are bringing grasshoppers for the science classRej kajeḷotok ñan kilaaj in jain eo.jeḷo
scientificallyHe's explaining it scientifically to him.Ej jaintiiji ḷọk ñanejaintiij
ScientistsScientists are studying poisonous fish in the Marshall Islands. (The scientists are trying to find out why some of the fish in the Marshalls are poisonous.)Jaintiij ro raṇ rej etale ek baijin ko ilo Ṃajōḷ in.jaintiij
 Scientists are studying poisonous fish in the Marshall Islands. (The scientists are trying to find out why some of the fish in the Marshalls are poisonous.)Jaintiij ro raṇ rej etale ek baijin ko ilo Ṃajōḷ in.jaintiij
 The scientists are hunting for sea cucumber.Jaintiij ro rej kajipenpen.jipenpen
scissorsBarber scissorsJijājin mwijbar.jijāj
 Be careful you don't cut yourself with the scissors.Lale kwojijāje eok.jijāj
scoldDon't wear your hair loose on your back to the church because the parson will scold youKwōn jab aleakḷọk ñan ṃōnjar eṇ bwe ri-kaki eṇ enaaj lu eok.aleak
 Why did they scold youEtke raar lu eok?lilu
scoldingThey are always scolding that boy.Aolep iien rej lui ḷadik eṇ.lilu
 The father's scolding silenced his son the rest of the evening.Jemān elui ḷadik eo nejin im eḷak kar lōr, ekar jab bar kwaḷọk juon naan aolepān jọteenin eo.lōr
scoopThey surrounding the school of rabbitfish beside the stony shoal so they could easily scoop it up with a net.Rej aḷeek ṃọle ṇa idipin ṇa eṇ bwe en eṃṃan jabuki.aḷe
 Scoop away some sand and make a fireplace.Eọkurḷọk jidik bok im kōṃṃan jikin kijek.eọkur
 Scoop up some gravel and throw it at the pigs to scare them away from there.Kwōn eọkur dekā im kadḷọk piik kaṇ jān ijeṇ.eọkur
 He can't scoop out rice properly.Ejaje naṃōḷ raij.naṃōḷ
 Scoop out some gravy for us.Naṃōl(e) tok kijerro kūrepe.naṃōḷ
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scoopedHe took it from my hand and scooped half the can onto his rice. P373Ebōke jān peiū im jibuuni ḷọk jimettanin ṇa ioon raij eo kijen.bōk
 They scooped up sand and covered him with it.Raar rọkrok bok im boke.rọkrok
 The thief scooped up the entire pile of copra on the rear cart and took off with it.Rūkọọt eo ear tarlepe ejoujikin waini eo im etal kake kōn dieka eo. tarlep
scorchedThe trees on Jāltō Island are the most scorched.Aerartata keinikkanin Jāltō.aerar
 The trees got thoroughly scorched Eaerar keinikkan ḷam jako.aerar
 Its edges are more scorched in that direction.Eaerarḷọk tōrerein ḷọkaerar
 The fire scorched the coconut trees.Kijeek eo ekaaerare ni ko.aerar
 The rice is scorched.Etuḷaar raij eo.tuḷaar
scoreThey deliberately kept the score evenRaar kōjoobṇōje keem eo.joobṇōj
scoredI scored below you on the test.Ipād laḷūṃ ilo teej eo.laḷ
 Who scored highest on the test?Wōn eṇ lōñ tata ilo teej eo?lōñ
scornDid you detect the scorn in their laughKwaar eñjaake ke aerjeañ rereen kajjirere?aerjeañ
ScrambleScramble it with greens for him.Nōbbaik ḷọk ñanenōbba
scrapAlright, tomorrow together with the Boatswain we will fill this boat with our scrap,” the Captain said.Ioḷe ilju kōjjel Bojin kanne wa in kōn jọkpej ko adjel,” Kapen eo eba.ad
 I’m turning it off and the two of us will go ashore and together with the Captain we’ll start loading our scrap. P337Ij kune im kōjro wōnāne ḷọk kōjjel Kapen eo jino ektaki tok jọkpej ko adjel.ad
 Do you all have a lot of scrap?” the chief asked. P243Iba eḷap jọkpej eṇ amieañ?” irooj eo ekajjitōk.ami
 What about all the scrap?” I asked. P1334Ak jọkpej kein?” ikajjitōk.jọkpej
 In these days Kwajalein used to be overflowing with scrap wood and metal. P16Ilo raan ko ejọ kōn lutōk ḷọk Kuajleen kōn jọkpejin aḷaḷ kab tiin.jọkpej
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scrapedHe scraped up the droppings.Ear kar kūbwe eo jān laḷ.kar
scraperGo find the pandanus scraper so that we can extract the juice from these pandanus.Ewi peka eo bwe jen kilọki bōb ?peka
scrapingThat old woman is always scraping sprouted coconuts.Eokkutaktak iu lōḷḷap eṇ.kutak
 The old woman is scraping sprouted coconuts.Lōḷḷap eo ej kutak iu.kutak
 Why don't you stop bowing and scraping?Eṃōj ṇe aṃ ṃōṃjidjid (eṃṃajidjid)?ṃajid
scrapingsPlease put scrapings of sweet smelling drift nut on his flower wreath.Ajete tok ṃōk wūt e wūtin.ajet
 She made it sweet smelling with cedar driftwood scrapings.Ear ajete kōn aik.ajet
scrapsDon't eat scraps or you will get a stomach ache.Kwōn jab attūkoko bwe enaaj metak lọjieṃ.attūkoko
 My clothes smell of preserved breadfruit. My clothes have scraps of preserved breadfruit on them.Ebbwiroro nuknuk e .bwiro
 Sardine scraps are all over the table.Ejjatinin iraan tebōḷ ṇejatiin
 Your clothes have scraps of dumplings on them.Ejjāibobo nuknuk kaṇe aṃ.jāibo
 The inside of this house is really covered with breadfruit scraps.Emmāmā ḷam jako lowaan ṃwiin
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scratchPlease scratch my back.Kwōn jukkweik ṃōk ālikūjukkwe
 You've got a scratch on your hand.Juon ṇe kurar peiṃ.kurar
 Don't wipe your glasses with rags or you'll scratch themJab iri māj ṇe mejaṃ kōn rāāk bwe kwōnaaj kọkurereiki.kurere
 Be careful that the cat doesn't scratch youLale bwe kuuj ṇe en jab rọkuj eok.rọkrok
scratchedThe woman scratched his face with her razor-sharp finger nails.Lio eraakutake turin mejān ḷeo kōn akkiin pein kōkañkōñ (ekkañkōñ).akkiin pā
 A query: "Whence came that rooster?", "From those boondocks."; "What did you there?", "Scratched for my food.".Kajjitōk: Kwōj itōk jān ia kako eṇ?; Jān lo mar eṇ; Kwaar et?, Iar eabeb kijō ṃōñāebeb
 The boat was scratched by the reef.Eirir wa eo ilo wōd eo.irir
 My hand is scratched.Ejar peiū.jar
 What scratched your leg?Ta ṇe ekuratte neeṃ?kurar
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scratchesHe painted it and fixed the places where there were scratches from when they used to use the boat to set sailors ashore. P13Ekar unoke im kōkāāle ijoko ekar wōr kurar bajjek ie ke ri-pālle ro rōkōn leāne lemeto jeḷaan tima ko waer eake.leāne-lemeto
scratchingWhy don't you stop scratching all the time.Eṃōj ṇe aṃ kokwekwe (ekkwekwe).kwekwe
 That child is always scratching (people).Ajri eo ekijoñ rōrakutaktak (errakutaktak) ṇerakutak
screwThat screw is loose.Ebooḷoḷ jikūru ṇebooḷoḷ
 Loosen the screw.Kabooḷoḷ jikūru ṇebooḷoḷ
scribeHe is the scribe for the Likiep Council.Ej jikraipin kọọnjōḷ eṇ an Likiep.jikraip
 Who made him the scribe?Wōn ṇe ear kajikraipi?jikraip
 I wish to resign as scribe.Ikōṇaan kakkije jān rijeje.kakkije
scribesThe meeting had enough scribes attendingEj jikraipipi kweḷọk eo.jikraip
scriptWhat written language is that? What script is that?Jeje in ia kaṇe?jeje
scriptureHe's always quoting scripture.Ebbaibōḷbōḷ an kōnnaan.Baibōḷ
ScripturesThe "islanders." (generic term referring to the "gentiles" in the Holy Scriptures.)Ri-aelōñ ko.aelōñ
 Holy scriptures.Jeje ko rekwojarjar.jeje
scroungeWe are going to scrounge for food on that island.Jej ilān eded i āneṇeded
 Scrounge around and really look for it.Kwōn kanooj eded im pukote.eded
 Be careful and do not scrounge from the ground as it is dirty.Lale koṃ ar apel jān laḷ bwe ettoon jeṇe men kaṇe rej pād ie.apel
ScrubScrub it with a coconut shell so it will really come clean.Kwōn kuḷatḷate bwe en rōreo (erreo).kuḷatḷat
scrubbedWhen we were done eating lunch, I washed the dishes and scrubbed the bits of rice and corned beef from the deck. P384Ke ej dedeḷọk ṃōñāin raelep, ikarreoiki kein ṃōñā ko im waateeke ioon wa eo jān ṃōraṃrōṃin raij kab būbrarrarin kọọnpiip.būrar
scrubbingThey are scrubbing themselves at the lagoon beach.Rej bokwārijet iar.bokwārijet
scrub-shellMake a coconut scrub-shell for me.Kōṃṃanetok juon kuḷatḷat.kuḷatḷat
scrumptiousDipping breadfruit in turtle fat is scrumptious.Ennọ kattu ilo wiwi in wōn.kattu
scrutinizingI can't tell what he's scrutinizing.Ijaje ta eṇ ej allọke.allọk
seaWhat makes the sea light up with phosphorescence?Ta eṇ ej kaaḷake lọjet?aḷak
 The person who worked on a canoe to make it sail fast got lost at sea.Ri-an wa eo epeḷọk.an
 The smell of the sea is all over the place because the low tide.Eḷap an būbjetjet (ibbwijetjet) kōn an pāāt.būbjetjet
 Don't let the clothes get the smell of the sea.Kwōn jab kabbwijetjeti nuknuk kaṇ.būbjetjet
 That ship is sailing out to sea.Wa eo eṇ ebuñlik.buñlik
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sea-ghostThe old man has the sea-ghost sicknessErilojet ḷōḷḷap eṇ.rilojet
 They are treating him for sea-ghost sicknessRej karilojete.rilojet
searchThey're using a searchlight to search for the airplane.Rej jatiraitoiki baḷuun eo.jatiraito
 They're off to search for his pet bird.Rej ilān peet im kappukottok bao eo jibwin.peet
 During a severe lack of cigarettes when smokers hankered for a smoke, my dad made me crawl under our house to search for cigarette butts because the island stores did not have cigarettes to sell.Ilo añūr ḷapḷap eo jema ear ba in mọọn iuṃwin ṃweo iṃōm im kowōdānḷọk kijen bwe emaat jikka iṃōn wia ko.wōdān
searchedI have searched everywhere, but haven't been able to find it.Ieded im ṃōk ak iaar jab loe.eded
 They searched and found the plane with the radar.Raar retaare baḷuun eo im loe.retaar
searcherHe's not a good searcher.Ej jab ri-allo men eṇ.allo
searchingWhy is it taking you so long to do your searching?En baj to wōt aṃ allo?allo
 What were you searching for the other day?Ta eo kwaar alloiki raan eo ḷọkallo
 Here they are, the boys we were searching forErro, ḷadik ro jaar pukot er.erro
 They are searching for silver.Rej kajelba.jelba
 He's very good at searching for fish in the distance.Eḷap an jeḷā ejjor ek.jejor
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searchlightThe searchlight on the ship is very powerful.Eḷap an kajoor jatiraito eo ilo wa eo.jatiraito
 They're using a searchlight to search for the airplane.Rej jatiraitoiki baḷuun eo.jatiraito
 What are they using the searchlight forTa ṇe rej jatiraitoiki?jatiraito
 The fishing boat was flashing its searchlight on the ocean side last night.Waan eọñōd eo ear kōjjoramram ilik boñ.jejoram
 The searchlight illuminates the cloud.Meramin jatiraito eo eromaake kōdọ eo.romaak
seasI am ready to face the seas that lie ahead.” P440Ipojak ñan meto ṇe i ṃaan.”meto
seashoreThe two of us took an excursion to the seashore.Kōmro ar kōkajoor arḷọk.kōkajoor
seasickWhen we were all finished I climbed through the doorway to the outside and took a big breath because I was really starting to get seasick from the smell of gas and oil inside. P757Ṃōjin an dedeḷọk jerbal eo itallōñ ḷọk i lowaan kōjām eo im ḷak ijo nabōj, ibōk menwa bwe āinwōt iwātin kar bar ḷōlao kōn nemān kiaj im wōil eo i lowa.lowa
 There are a lot of seasick people because it's rough.Elōñ rūḷḷao bwe eḷap ṇoḷōḷao
 I was really surprised because I had sailed with Father many times but had never felt seasick. P653Ilukkuun kar bwilōñ bwe bōjen alen kar jejerakrōk ippān Jema ak ij jañin kar wōjak men in ḷōḷaoḷōḷao
 Don't eat fat or it'll make you seasick.Jab ṃōñā kūrij bwe enaaj kōḷḷaouk eok.ḷōḷao
 I started to feel less seasick as I focused on the water inside the boat and started bailing again. P665Edikḷọk ṃōḷañḷọñ kōn ḷōmṇake tok an kilepḷọk dān eo i lowa, innem ibar jino ānenṃōḷañḷōñ
sea-slugsThere are plenty of sea-slugs on the ocean-side reef of this island.Epedobare pedpedin likin āninpedobar
seasonThe ruddy turnstones abound the most at the windy season.Eaerār tata ñe ej añōneañ.aerār
 This pandanus season has more Aij pandanus than the previous season.Eaij ḷọk wōtōn jab in.Aij
 This pandanus season has more Aij pandanus than the previous season.Eaij ḷọk wōtōn jab in.Aij
 There's more aikūtōkōd fish this season that the last one.Eaikūtōkōde ḷọk tōre in jān tōre eo ḷọkaikūtōkōd
 How long will the tornado season lastEj aire ḷọk ñan ñāātaire
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seatMajuro is the seat lit. the head of the Marshalls government, and many people from each of the outer islands live there. S1Mājro ej ijo jeban kien eo an Ṃajeḷ im elōñ armej jān kajjojo aelōñ ko ilikin rej jokwe ie.jeban
 Your job is to seat people at the meeting.Jerbal eo aṃ ej kajjijet armej ilo kwelọk in.jijet
 Don't sit on the ground or the seat of your pants will get dirty.Jab jijet laḷ bwe enaaj tōtoon (ettoon) kapiṃkapi-
 Ebeye, in Kwajalein Atoll, is in 1965 the secondary seat of government in the Marshalls. S1Epjā, ilo aelōñ in Kuwajleen, ej jikin eo kein karuo an kien ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷkein karuo
 Hand me the bailer under the seat.Letok lem ṇe iuṃwin tọọt ṇetọọt
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seatedBe seated comfortablyKwōn jijet jitṃanṃan.jitṃanṃan
seatsThe singers have been given special seats.Eṃōj kōjenolọke jikin jijet ko an ri-al ro.al
seawardThat boat is headed seaward.Wa eṇ ej jitmetoḷọk.jit
seawaterAt the times when we were fishing and hooked a fish, we only grilled it, or boiled it in a pot with seawater. P1013Ilo iien kaṇ ej kọjek ñe kōmij eọñōd, kōmmān ej jinkadool wot, ñe jab ainbati kōn dānnin lọjet.ainbat
seaworthyIt seemed seaworthy in the lagoon, but it had not yet traveled on the high sea. P15Ebarāinwōt tipen kōiie i loṃaḷo meñe ej jañin kar tar meto kaṇ rōḷḷap.meñe
 It seemed seaworthy in the lagoon, but it had not yet traveled on the high sea. P15Ebarāinwōt tipen kōiie i loṃaḷo meñe ej jañin kar tar meto kaṇ rōḷḷap.kōiie
 The dry-docking that the Lañdik underwent last month in Japan has rendered it seaworthy and able to now do field trip service to the other islands.Tọọk eo an Lañdik i Jepaan allōñ eo ḷọk ekakōiieiki im kiiō emaroñ piiltūreep ñan aelōñ kaṇe jet.kōiie
 Its recent dry-docking made the boat seaworthy enough to have survived the storm that befell it.Tọọk jidik eo jeṃaanḷọk jidik an wa eṇ ekakōiieiki im unin an jab kar jorrāān eo ilo lañ eo ear būñūti.kōiie
sea-worthyIt was a real sea-worthy, strong and sturdy boat. P1148Kōiien wa.kōiie
secondSieve the arrowroot a second timeBar eptaiki ṃakṃōk ṇeepta
 You will play second baseKwōnaaj ikkure ilo jekōn peij.jekōn
 As the evening of the second day approached, the Captain spoke to the Boatswain. P914Jotaanḷọk raan eo kein karuo, Kapen eo ebar kōnnaan ḷọk ñan Bojin eo.jota
 One was to decide upon a flag for Micronesia, and the second was to set July 12 as a holiday to commemorate the beginning of the Congress of Micronesia. S16Juon, raar kowaḷọk bōḷāāk eo an Ṃaikronijia im ruo, raar kōṃṃan bwe Julae 12 raan en an Ṃaikronijia raan in kakkije in kakeememej jinoin Kọñkorej eo an Ṃaikronijiakeememej
 Don't try and get yourself accepted (by doing different things) because you're only second classJab kōkarrūkarōkḷọk (ekkarrūkarōkḷọk) eok bwe kwe jeeknaan.kōkar
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secondaryEbeye, in Kwajalein Atoll, is in 1965 the secondary seat of government in the Marshalls. S1Epjā, ilo aelōñ in Kuwajleen, ej jikin eo kein karuo an kien ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷkein karuo
secretA so-called Christian but he smokes in secret.Āt in wōt ke Kūrijin ak ej lijāludik.āt
 He's having her as a secret loverEj batini lieṇ.batin
 They are secret loversErro ej batin.batin
 These medical practicioners kept their medicines and how to use them secret, and revealed them only to their families and friends. S8Ri-wūno rein raar ṇooj wūno ko aer im wāween kōṃṃani im kwaḷọk wōt ñan ro nukwier im jerāer.ṇōṇooj
 Those guys don’t keep anything secret,” the Captain said. P78Ḷōṃarere ejej men eṇ enaaj ṇojak,” Kapen eo eba.ṇojak
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secretiveHe's very secretive about his work.Ettinono an jerbal.tūtino
secretlyWhat kind of fish are you guys secretly eatingEk rot kaṇe koṃij jinreiki?jinre
secretsYou'll never know the secrets of their spiritual powers.Kwoban jeḷā abnāer.abōn
sectionThe northward current is stronger in the northern section than in the southern section of the islands.Eaeniñeañḷọk ḷọk āñin meto jān rakin meto.aeniñeañḷọk
 The northward current is stronger in the northern section than in the southern section of the islands.Eaeniñeañḷọk ḷọk āñin meto jān rakin meto.aeniñeañḷọk
 Use the spokeshave and shave off the frayed section.Kwōn jibọkjeepe ijeṇe eṃōdṃōd.jibọkjeep
 The top section of a sail on a large ocean-going canoe.Atmāejetin waḷḷap.atmāejet
sectionsThe way to make salt fish is first, we clean the fish, and if they are big fish, we cut them into smaller sections, or if they are small fish, we put them whole to soak in salt water overnight. S27Wāween jọọḷ ek, ṃokta jej karreoik ek ko, im eḷañe ek killep men ko jej ṃwijiti im kōṃṃan bukwōn jidik, ak eḷañe ek jidik, jej kaiouki wōt in jooni ilo dānnin-jọọḷ iuṃwin juōn boñ.bukwōn
 The way to make salt fish is first, we clean the fish, and if they are big fish, we cut them into smaller sections, or if they are small fish, we put them whole to soak in salt water overnight. S27Wāween jọọḷ ek, ṃokta jej karreoik ek ko, im eḷañe ek killep men ko jej ṃwijiti im kōṃṃan bukwōn jidik, ak eḷañe ek jidik, jej kaiouki wōt in jooni ilo dānnin-jọọḷ iuṃwin juōn boñ.iio
 The way to make salt fish is first, we clean the fish, and if they are big fish, we cut them into smaller sections, or if they are small fish, we put them whole to soak in salt water overnight. S27Wāween jọọḷ ek, ṃokta jej karreoik ek ko, im eḷañe ek killep men ko jej ṃwijiti im kōṃṃan bukwōn jidik, ak eḷañe ek jidik, jej kaiouki wōt in jooni ilo dānnin-jọọḷ iuṃwin juōn boñ.jojo
 The way to make salt fish is first, we clean the fish, and if they are big fish, we cut them into smaller sections, or if they are small fish, we put them whole to soak in salt water overnight. S27Wāween jọọḷ ek, ṃokta jej karreoik ek ko, im eḷañe ek killep men ko jej ṃwijiti im kōṃṃan bukwōn jidik, ak eḷañe ek jidik, jej kaiouki wōt in jooni ilo dānnin-jọọḷ iuṃwin juōn boñ.jọọḷ
secureMr. Boatswain, secure the tiller and come here so the two of us can lash these boards together so they won’t spread out and drift away. P669Bojin e, kwōjab lukwōje jila ṇe aṃ im itok kōjro eọuti ippān doon bwe ren jab jejeplōklōk im peḷọk.jeplōklōk
 Make sure there is no metal next to it and secure it so it doesn’t fall when the ship rolls.P514Kab lale bwe en jejeḷọk māāl i turin im lukkuun kapene bwe en ḷak lelāle wa in en jab wōtlọk.pen
securedThe sail has already been pushed and secured.Ededeḷọk an jeḷọk wōjḷā eo.jeḷọk
 Did you make sure the tiller is secured?” the Captain asked. P761Kwōj lale ej pen wōt ke loklok ṇe ilo jila ṇe?” Kapen eo ekajjitōk ippān.jila
 Only the engine didn’t slide because it was tightly secured. P689Injin eo wōt ejab wāār bwe ekar jikūru im pen.wāār
securellyHe is the one who can tie securelly.Ri-bolōn eo ṇeboḷan
securelyWhen the boat was securely anchored, Father and the Boatswain jumped into the water and swam toward the island with our water container. P1251Ke ekar dedeḷọk emjake wa eo, Jema im Bojin erro kar kālọk im āne ḷọk kōn kōb eo ammān.am
 The boatswain securely lashed down the drum of gasoline on the boat’s deck so it wouldn’t roll about.Bojin eo ear eọuti im kanooj in kapene tūraṃin kiaaj eo ioon teekin wa eo bwe en jab dāpilto-dāpiltak.dāpilto-dāpiltak
securitiesHe left securities for his children.Ear lilik (illik) joortoklik ñan ajri ro nājin.joortoklik
securityThat's our security guard in this area.Baṃpe eo ad ṇe ilo meḷan in.baṃpe
seducedHe seduced a girl.Ear jawōde juon leddik.jawōd
 He seduced the woman.Ear waduuk lio.wadu
seeI don't want to see you cry.Iabwin lo aṃ jañ.abōb
 What caused the narrow gashes you see on the reef around the island?Ta eo ear kōṃṃan addiin pedpedin āninaddi
 Your height is such that I can't see the top of your head.Baj aitokūṃ ke iban lo ioon bōraṃ.aitok
 The cheating of evil men is not hard to see.Ej jab aelọk ajej in kabwebwein ri-nana.ajej in kabwebwe
 It's hard to see a thief sneaking out.Ajjiwewein ri-kọọt epen loe.ajjiwewe
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seedThe seed I planted is growing/sprouting.Eeọñ ine eo iaar katōke.eọñ
 The seed sproutedEjuḷ mejān ine eo.juḷ
 Wait for the seed to sprout before you plant it.Kajuḷi ine ṃokta jān aṃ bōke im katōke.juḷ
seedlingCoconut seedlingIneen ni.ine
seedlingsGet some coconut seedlings.Kaine tok ine in ni.ine
 Have the seedlings begun to sprout?Rōnañin tōbolāār ke ine kaṇe?tōboḷāār
seedsSome of those seeds are beginning to sprout.Ine ko kaṇ ejjādede mejāer.jāde
 They sorted the seeds.Raar kọkwōpeje ine ko.kọkwōpej
SeeeveneeeleeveeenSeeeveneeeleeveeen,” the man said with all his might, and then threw the dice against the wall of the house. P156Jeeepeniiileeepen,” ḷeo ekate ba innem kad kiin eṃ kōn taij ko.kakkōt
seeingYou must be very old, seeing the grey hairs up there.Baj aḷapiṃ ke euwaṇ bōraṃ.aḷap
 Seeing an alligator gives me the creeps.Eko tok kilū ñe ij ellolo aḷkita.aḷkita
 Some came to wonder about ever seeing the four of us back, some came by to listen to our story, and others to say that they missed us and were glad to see the four of us again. P1340Jet rej wātin bwilōñ eake kōmmān, jet rej wātin eoroñ nenaan, ak jet rej wātin tok ippāmmān.ippa-
 His ways were such that people never tired of seeing or listening to him.Ekadik kōjaṃjaṃ kōl ko nājin.jaṃjaṃ
 What misled you from seeing the truth?Ta eo ear kōjebwābweik eok jān aṃ lo ṃool eo?jebwābwe
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seekDon't seek revengeLale kwaar idenwoṇe.iden-oṇe
 Come let's play hide and seek.Itok kōjro ṃwijjuṃwijju
 Let's go play hide and seek.Jeañ ilen kaattilekek.tilekek
seekingHe is seeking revengeEbwil būruon.bwil-būruon
 Seeking knowledge guarantees wisdom. (a proverb)Jitdaṃ kapeel.jitdaṃ
seemPeople nowadays don't seem to like family life.Ri-raan kein einwōt ejako ḷọk aer ebbaaṃlele.baaṃle
 I didn’t think Father had heard what he said because when I looked over he didn’t seem to be paying attention. P450Ij ḷōmṇak Jema ekar jab roñ men eo bwe iḷak lale ej jab kanooj el ḷọkel
 You seem to be sawing all the time!Kwōnañin jijidpānpān (ijjidpānpān) ke aolep raan kwōj jidpān?jidpān
 It doesn't seem to hurt your feet at all to walk around barefoot.Emake jab metak neeṃ aṃ jintōb im etetal.jintōb
 Why does it seem like the fieldtrip ships don’t travel around much anymore.” P234Etke āinwōt waan raun kaṇe ejakkutkut aer itoitak raan kein.”jọkkutkut
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seemedWhen he returned after being absent for some time, he seemed more American.Epād im ḷak jāde tok, eri-aelōñin pālle.aelōñin pālle
 I loved their singing but the thing is the sounds seemed so distant.Eṃṃan roñjake aer al ak men eo, eokkwaad.kokwaad
 It seemed seaworthy in the lagoon, but it had not yet traveled on the high sea. P15Ebarāinwōt tipen kōiie i loṃaḷo meñe ej jañin kar tar meto kaṇ rōḷḷap.meñe
 It seemed like the wind had no intention of subsiding. P607Ej jañin kar ḷōmṇak in meraḷọk kōto eo.mera
 He was trying hard to not fall over but it seemed like he was going to bite the dust. P155Ekar kate bwe en jab okjak ak eitok wōt bwe en tōn ñarij laḷ.ñarñar
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seemsIt seems the akwōlā fish are more teeming than previously.Einwōt ebaj akwōlā ḷọk jān ṃoktaakwōlā
 It seems like the wind has picked up,” Father said. P697Āinwōt ej baj ḷapḷọk kōto in?” Jema ekar ba.āinwōt
 We're getting old and inability seems to be with us all the time.Jerūtto ḷọk im ebbanban ḷọkban
 It seems like we've had our fair share of misfortunes,” the Boatswain said. P1174Āinwōt ej jab jokwōd an waḷọk bwijerro ñan kōjeañ,” Bojin eo eba.bwijerro
 I haven’t tried but it probably wouldn’t be hard, because it seems like I just saw how they do it; you just roll the dice and the number of points show. P167Ij jañin kajjioñ ak bōlen eban pen bwe āinwōt iḷak baj lale men eo jej wōjak de eṇ kōdapili taij kaṇ im ewaḷọk bōnbōn eo ad.dāpilpil
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seenI have not seen a black apple.Ij jañin ellolo abōḷ kilmeej.abōḷ
 He was last seen limping in your direction.Ear baj ajjukub waj wōt ijeṇeṇe waj.ajjukub
 I haven't seen anyone as insistent as you are.Ejjeḷọk wōt baj akweḷapiṃ.akweḷap
 We haven't seen you for a long time.Enañin to ad allolouk eok.allolo
 Have you seen that lost chicken?Enañin aloklok ke bao eo ear jako.aloklok
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seesToday in the Marshalls one rarely sees aje being used. S11Ilo raan kein i Ṃajel ekanooj in jeja ellolo aer kōjerbal aje.jeja
 When the weather is good and the sun is shining, one sees sun rays in the ocean.Ñe ej det em ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) lañ, ekkoonaḷaḷ buḷōn lọjet.koonaḷ
 And that must be Epatōn the Boatswain sees.” P1201Eñin eḷak ḷanno, Epatōn.ḷanno
see-sawLet's go ride the see-saw.Kōjro ilān abōtọun.abōṇtọun
seizureHe had an epileptic seizure yesterdayEar anen etao inne.anen etao
 He's dangerous when he gets an epileptic seizure.Ekauwōtata anen etaoin ḷeeṇanen etao
 I saw him with his seizure coming in this directionIar lo an anen etaotok ijin tok.anen etao
seizuresHe's known for his chronic seizures.Ri-anen etao men eṇ.anen etao
seldomAlfred is someone who seldom tiresAlfred ej juon ri-jakkijeje.jakkijeje
 He won the long distance run because he seldom tiresEar maroñ wiin ilo ettōr aetok eo kōn an jakkijeje.jakkijeje
 Don't let the child take a bath so seldom.Kwōn jab kōjattutuik ajiri ṇejattutu
 That girl is one of those who seldom takes a bath.Ledik eṇ ej ṃōttan ri-jattutu raṇ.jattutu
 That man is one of those who seldom goes fishing on this islet.Ḷeeṇ ej ṃōttan ri-jeeọñōd ro ilo āniinjeeọñōd
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selectPracticing traditional medicine is reserved for a select few. S8Jerbal in wūnook armej an jejjo wōt.jejjo
 Practicing traditional medicine is reserved for a select few. S8Jerbal in wūnook armej an jejjo wōt.wūno
selectedThey selected only those who have a good parent-child relationship for the job opening.Raar kālōt wōt eṃṃaan im kōrā rot eṇ ejeḷā jeṃnāji ñan jerbal eo epeḷḷọk. jeṃnāji
selfThe last I saw him he was being his noisy self going your way.Eñeo ear baj aeñwāñwā wōt waj ijeṇeṇe waj.aeñwāñwā
 It's not good to talk of something we are not sure about if we do not have self confidenceEnana kaajjimālele ñe jej jab lōke kōj.ajjimālele
self-defenseThe arts of self-defense are known by but a few.An jejjo wōt ṃaanpāṃaanpā
selfishIt's better to be sharing than to be selfish.Eṃṃanḷọk ajej jān kūbboṇ.ajej
 Don't be selfish.Kwōn jab būruon kūro.būruon kūro
sellDo you sell love song cassette tapes here?Ewōr ke teepin alin ṃaina iṃwiin?alin ṃaina
 Do your best and don't sell yourself short.Kwōn kate eok im jab dodoorḷọk ijeṇe aṃ.jab dodoorḷọk
 They went to buy jiokra from the store where they sell itRaar ilọk in kajiokratok ilo ṃōn wia kake jiokra eṇ.jiookra
 I'm going to sell these handicraft items at the market.Ij etal in ṃakūti amiṃōṇo .ṃakūt
 There’s no better bread than the bread they sell here; it’s really delicious,” the man at the store said to one of the customers. P262Ejjeḷọk pilawā āinwōt pilawāin ṃwiin, rej make wōt ennọ,” ḷeo ilo jikin wia eo ekar ba ñan juon iaan ruwia ro.nenọ
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sellingWhy are you selling yourself short?Etke kwōj dedoorḷọk ijeṇe aṃ?dedoor
 Could you calculate the amount I will get from the copra I am selling?Komaroñ ke jerbale tok wōṇāān waini e .jerbal
senatorThe senator from Mejit backed up the proposal of his fellow-senator from Aelok.Senator eo jān Mājej eaar rie pepe eo an senator ṃōttan jān Aelok.rie
SendSend the fishermen to speed up the process so the fish can be ready to surround with the coconut fish scarer.Jilkinḷọk ri-eọñōd raṇe bwe ren kaajilowōde ḷok ek eṇ.ajilowōd
 Be sure to send it by airmailKab eermeeḷe ḷọkeermeeḷ
 Why not send me to take your place?Etke kwojjab jilkinḷọk bwe in bōk jikiṃ?
 Send a message to Hawaii.Kōjjeḷā ḷọk ñan Hawaii.jeḷā
 Send him to buy us some food.Kwōn jilkinḷọk bwe en wiatok ṃōñājilkin
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sendingI'm sending you to the movies, but you'll have to pay your own way.Ij jilkinḷọk eok bwe kwōn ṃupi bōtaab kwōnaaj make kōḷḷā oṇeaṃ.bōtaab
senileHe's getting senile and absent-minded.Erūttoḷọk em pepaḷ (eppaḷ).pepaḷ
 Do not bother him as he’s getting old and senile.Jouj im jab elwaj ippān ḷōḷḷap ṇe bwe eapel kiiō.apel
senilityYour senility says you're aging quite rapidly.Baj aḷapḷọkūṃ ke kwoppaḷ.aḷapḷọk
 Your senility says you're aging quite rapidly.Baj ṃōkajin aṃ aḷapḷọk ke kwoppaḷ.aḷapḷọk
seniorHe's two years my senior.Ruo iiō rūttoun jān ñarūtto
 You must know the genealogy in order to know who is the Irooj, Aḷap, and senior ri-Jerbal for each parcel of land.Kwōj aikuj jeḷā menmenbwij bwe kwōn jeḷā wōn eo ej Irooj, Aḷap, im ri-Jerbal eo Iṃaan ilo juon wāto. menmenbwij
sennitI'm lengthening this sennit for you.Ij kaaetokewaj ekkwaḷ e.aetok
 The things used for divination could be coconut fronds, shoots, pandanus leaves, sennit, stones, and leaves. S21Men ko rej kōjerbali ñan bubu remaroñ kimej, juubub, maañ, ekkwaḷ, dekā, im bōlōk.bubu
 Clean the whiskers off this sennit for me.Kwōn kōrōnāle tok kokwaḷ (ekkwaḷ) ekōrōnāl
 Could you please do the sennit work for our canoe's ṃweiurKwōmaroñ ke ñiinpakoik tok wa e waarro?ñiinpako
 Please twist that sennit.Kwōn piti kokwaḷ (ekkwaḷ) ṇepit
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senseHe has difficluty using his full sense of smelling because of his stuffy nose.Enana an kāātet kōnke eboṇ bọtin.ātāt
 I could sense the sail was full as the wind blew and whistled through the riggings, and foam appeared on the surface of the water P567Ikar eñjake bwe ñe ej lōtlōt kōto eo ejañ riikin im ṃōrṃōr ioon lọjet.eñjake
 Because he possesses the intuition and knowledge of Marshallese navigation, he can sense that a boat is off its course even while he's inside the boat.Kōn an jeḷā kabuñpet emaroñ pād ilowaan juon wa im jeḷā ke ebōd kooj eo an.kabuñpet
 Dogs have a keen sense of smell.Kidu rōkanooj jeḷā kōnāmnām.kōnāmnām
 He has difficluty using his full sense of smelling because of his stuffy nose.Enana an kāātet kōnke eboṇ bọtin.kōnke
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sensesShe's just come to her senses and she wants to return to her husband.Ej kab iañakḷọk an im ekōṇaan bar rọọl ñan ḷeo ippān.iañak
 I just came to my senses and I want to go to school.Ej kab iañaktok im ikōṇaan etal jikuuḷ.iañak
sentMark's punch sent him swaying back and forth.Bait eo an Ṃaak ekaajiṃaalale.ajjiṃaalal
 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. P1268Jibwi waj dao adeañ jān rūtto ānin.” Bojin eo eba im jibwe lōñ tak pāāk eo ke kōrkōr eo ekar atartar tok ippān wa eo.dao
 After eighth grade, those students the teachers think are able to attend high school are sent to Majuro as of 1965. S24Ālkin kilaaj rualitōk, ro ri-kaki ro rej ḷōmṇak bwe remaroñ etal ñan ae jikuuḷ, rej jilikinḷọk er ñan Mājro.ia
 They sent me to spy on and report the enemy movements.Raar jilkinḷọk ña bwe in iaroñroñe ḷọk ṃōṃkūtkūt (eṃṃakūtkūt) ko an rinana ro.iaroñroñ
 I tripped him and sent him flying because of his tremendous speed.Itipiji im jālirara kōn an iiṃ an itok.jālirara
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sentencePlease say that sentence againKwōn bar āliji ṃōk jāntōj eo kwaar ba.ālij
 That sentence you wrote is quite long.Eḷap an aetok jantōj ṇe kwaar je.jāntōj
 An English sentence.Jāntōjin Iñlij.jāntōj
sentencesHow many sentences does that paragraph have?Jete jāntōj ilo pāārokōrāāp ṇejāntōj
sentimentI was going to ask if I could rest a little first but when I realized the prevailing sentiment, I didn’t speak, I just jumped back onto the pier and went down off the side of the stairs and washed my legs in the ocean. P48Iaar tan kajjitōk ja kakkije jidik ṃōṃkaj ak iḷak kile mejatotoin ijab kōnono ak ibar kelọk ñan ioon wab eo im to laḷ ḷọk ilo jikin uwe eo i tōrerein im kwaḷe neō i lọjet.kālọk
SeparateSeparate the girls from the boys.Kōjenolọk leddik jān ḷaddikjenolọk
 Separate the rice from the meat course.Kōjenolọke raij ṇe jān jālele ṇejenolọk
 Separate those drunks who are fighting.Kwōn kōjepel ri-kadek raṇ rej ire.jepel
 What made the Marshalls separate from FSM?Ta ar kōjepel Ṃajeḷ jān FSM?jepel
 Come let's help each other (and divide up the separate tasks).Koṃwin itok jen jipjipañ doon.jipañ
separatedThey greeted each other before they separated.Raar iọkiọkwe doon ṃokta jān aer jepel jān doon.iọkiọkwe
 Be careful you don't slip. Be careful you don't get separated (from us).Lale bwe kwōn jab jājḷọk.jājḷọk
 Don't let your canoe get separated from the one you're following.Lale kwaar kōjājḷọk an wa ṇe waaṃ jān an ḷoor wa eṇ juon.jājḷọk
 In just three strokes he had it gutted and the bones separated from the meat. P1316Jilu wōt buñtōn an ōbbōḷọk eake im jitōke ek eo ak ejenolọk di jān kanniōk.jenolọk
 The Marshalls has separated from FSM.Ṃajōḷ ear jenolọk jen FSM.jenolọk
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SeptemberIt's September now but you haven't paid your debt yet.Ejeptōṃba kiiō ak kwojjañin kōḷḷā ṃuri eo aṃ.Jeptōṃba
 September might still see you on the island.Emaroñ Jeptōṃbaik kwe ṇa āninJeptōṃba
sergeantThe sergeant is marching the troops to their camp.Jajen eṇ ej kaṃaaje ḷọk rūttariṇae raṇ ñan kāām eo aer.ṃaaj
seriesA series of waves will be coming soon.Ṃōttan wōt jidik ebar ibeb tok.ibeb
seriousThey've gone to do some serious drinkingEmoot ḷōṃaro in kodia.kodia
sermonHis sermon is boring.Ekaajeḷkākā an kwaḷọk.ajeḷkā
 Today's sermon was to solicit additional contributions.Kwaḷọk eo an rainiin ej kein kaallōñiju.allōñ iju
 His sermon really oppressed me. I was very tired after his speech.Ejjeḷọk wōt orāū jān jipiij eo an.orā
serpentThe serpent coiled around the branch.Jabōn eo ear jāliñiñ ilo ra eo.jāliñiñ
servantHere comes the servant of the royalty.Rijjilōk eo an irooj raṇ ṇe tok.rijjelōk
servePlease use chopsticks to serve me a little rice.Ajiiki tok ṃōk jidik raij.aji
 Serve yourself first, Son,” said Father. P376Ātet kijōṃ ṃokta, nejū,” Jema eba.ātet
 Serve the diners.Kwōn buwaeḷọk ñan rūṃōñā raṇ.buwae
servedHis boat was crude but served its purpose.Wa eo waan eḷam waan ak ebwe.ḷam waan
 Supper was late because they hadn't started cooking until noon. Supper wasn’t served on time because they had started cooking late.Kōjota eo ear jab jejjet an jinoe bwe eḷap an raelepe aer kōmatti mōñā ko.raelep
servesIt serves him right because he didn't follow the advice.Elle bwe ekōṇaan jab roñjake kōnnaan.lele
serviceThe church service program is about to begin.Epaak an jijino (ijjino) būrokūraṃ jar eo.jijino
 The dry-docking that the Lañdik underwent last month in Japan has rendered it seaworthy and able to now do field trip service to the other islands.Tọọk eo an Lañdik i Jepaan allōñ eo ḷọk ekakōiieiki im kiiō emaroñ piiltūreep ñan aelōñ kaṇe jet.kōiie
 The Irooj rewarded (transplanted) his navigator with that piece of land due to his positive service as such.Irooj eo ear katlepe ri-kaijikmeto eo an ilo wāto eṇ kōn an eṃṃan an jerbal. kajikmeto
servicesThey greet each other after attending the church services.Rej iọkiọkwe doon ālkin aer kar jar.iọkiọkwe
ServingServing spoonJibuunin eakto.eakto
sessionNot a great deal was accomplished, as it was their first session, but there were two important things set for Micronesians to follow. S16Ear jab kanooj ḷap tōprak kōnke ej kab juon alen aer kwelọk bōtab ewōr ruo men eḷḷap raar karōki ñan an ri-Ṃaikronijia ḷoorikōkar
sessionsProfessors came from the University of Hawai‘i and instructed the representatives on important points of how to meet and hold legislative sessions. S16Ear itok ri-kaki jān Iuunibōjiti eṇ an Awai im raar katakin ri-pepe ro wāween kwelọk im bar men ko jet eḷap tokjāer ñan kōṃṃani kwelọk ko an kien.pepe
setLet's wait for the current to flow out to set sailKōjro kaaelik im jerak.aelik
 Let's wait for a good current to set sailKōjro kaaeṃṃan im jerak.aeṃṃan
 The ship's hatches are shut as she's ready to set sailEkilōk ajin wa eṇ bwe epojak in jerak.aj
 The American fleet set up a blockade.Inej eo an Amedka ear bōbaar (ebbaar) wabōbaar
 Who set off that firecracker?Wōn eo ear kabokkoḷọk kein kabbokbok eo?bokkoḷọk
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setsThe boat will be provided with all that it needs before it sets sailRenaaj ṇawijkinen wa eṇ ṃoktaj jān an jerak.ṇawijkinen
settingIt's best to watch birds alight to locate their roosts when the sun is setting.Eṃṃan tata akajok ilo an jotaḷọk.akajok
 At that time the sun was setting and it only had about three more feet to go before it touched the water. P1021Ilo iien eo ekar ṃōj dọuk ḷọk aḷ im ṃōttan wōt jilu ne lōñ tak jān ioon dān.dedọdo
 I just came to this island and I am still unacquainted with the island setting.Ij kab itok ñan āniin im jājineet wōt.jājiniet
 You should destroy the building by setting fire to it.Kwōn kajeepepḷok ṃweeṇ im tile.jeepepḷọk
 The chicken is setting.Elik bao eo.lik
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settleWhy don't you settle downEtke kwōj jab jijet wōt?jijet
settledHe settled on his homeland.Etōt ioon jikin.tōt
settlingDo you feel the heat settling downKwōj eṇjaake ke an bwil laḷtak?eñjake
sevenAt this time I was seven or eight years old—I don’t exactly remember which. P2Ilo iien in eor jiljilimjuon ak rualitōk iiō—ij jab kanooj ememej.ememej
 Let's each contributes seven coconutsJen kajjijilimjuon kuṇaad waini.jiljilimjuon
 He is seven years old.Jiljilimjuon an iiō.jiljilimjuon
 They each had seven fishRej kajjiljilimjuōn ek.jiljilimjuon
 It was seven o’clock when we started eating breakfast. P834Ke kōmmān kar jino ṃabuñ ear jiljilimjuon awa.ke
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seventeenShe started to attend college when she was seventeen. She began college when she was seventeen.Liō eo an kein kajoñoul jiljilimjuon, ear jino jikuuḷ ilo kaḷōj.joñoul jiljilmjuon
 She started to attend college when she was seventeen. She began college when she was seventeen.Liō eo an kein kajoñoul jiljilimjuon, ear jino jikuuḷ ilo kaḷōj.joñoul jiljilmjuon
seventhThe seventh dayRaan eo kein kajiljilimjuon.jiljilimjuon
seventyFew Marshallese reach the age of seventy.Ejeja ri-Ṃajōḷ ej tōpar jiljilimjuonñoul iiō.jiljilimjuonñoul
 Let's each contribute seventy dollars toward building a house.Jen kajjijilimjuonñoul taḷa ñan kalōk juon eṃ.jiljilimjuonñoul
severalHere come several schools of fish.Bōjen in ek ko tok.bwijin
 Here come several groups of people.Bwijin in armej ro wōj tok.bwijin
 No one spoke for several minutes. P781Ejjeḷọk eṇ ekkōnono iuṃwin jet ko ke minit.iuṃwi-
 My shoes are tight in several placesEkkeṇaakak juuj .keṇaak
 The blade of the knife was chipped in several placesEttāṃoṇṃoṇ mejān ṇaib eo.tāṃoṇ
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severeThe wound was so severe that large blood clots came out.Joñan an ḷap kinej eo, eto mekak.mekak
 During a severe lack of cigarettes when smokers hankered for a smoke, my dad made me crawl under our house to search for cigarette butts because the island stores did not have cigarettes to sell.Ilo añūr ḷapḷap eo jema ear ba in mọọn iuṃwin ṃweo iṃōm im kowōdānḷọk kijen bwe emaat jikka iṃōn wia ko.wōdān
severedThe bond that tied them together is severed.Etūṃ korak eo kōtaerro.korak
sewDid you sew the rip?Aitūṃ ke keke e ilo potak e?ait
 I took my shirt to her yesterday so she could sew up the rip.Iar bōkḷọk jōōt e bwe en aiti tok inne.ait
 Sew up the mouth of that bag for me.Enneoke tok mejān pāāk ṇeenneok
 Sew the sack closed with mālweKwōn mālweiki mejān pāāk ṇemālwe
sewedWho sewed your dress?Wōn ṇe ear kiij jokankan ṇe aṃ?jokankan
sewingShe does good sewing jobsEṃṃan an lieṇ ait.ait
 The shuttle in my sewing machine is busted.Ejorrāān booj in mejiin e .booj
 That's enough twine for sewing the bags.Ebwe ṇe bwe enneokeok.enneok
 Needle for sewing thatchIie in aj.iie
 Ṃwejo is sewing lace on her slip.Ṃwejo ej juwaini jemej eṇ an.juwain
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sewnThe sack's been sewn.Ekijek mejān pāāk eo.kijek
sewsShe always sews things too tight.Eḷap an kōbabbab an keke nuknuk.bab
 The clothes she sews are always tight.Eḷap an bab nuknuk kaṇ ej kiiji. keke
sexHe doesn't have a wife because he is lacking in sex appealEjjañin wōr pāleen kōn an jetaḷe.jataḷe
 He is the most lacking in sex appealJetale tata eo ṇejataḷe
 He is one of those lacking in sex appeal because he hasn't yet found a wife.Ṃōttan rijetale ro raṇe bwe ejjañin ellolo pāleen.jataḷe
 What makes him lack in sex appealTa ṇe ear kōjateleiki.jataḷe
 You don't have any sex appealKwojetāāñ.jatāāñ
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sextantDo you know how to use the sextant?Kwōjeḷā ke bōk aḷ?bōk aḷ
sexualThe sexual intercourse technique performed by Arno young women is renowned in the Marshall Islands.Aelaḷin jiroñin Arno ebuñbuñ ilo Ṃajeḷ in.aelaḷ
 Be careful for she's a super expert in moving her hips during sexual intercourseKōjparok eok bwe ṇakṇōkin ri-aelaḷ men ṇeaelaḷ
 She performed the Arno sexual technique so well that he passed out.Lio eaelaḷe ḷeo im ḷotḷọkaelaḷ
 It smells of unwashed sexual organsEbwiin ibbūṇoṇo.būṇo
sexyHer sexy ways are driving me crazy.Ikiddik kaṇ an lieṇ rōkọkkure ḷōmṇakikiddik
shackWhose shack is this?Iṃōn wōn peḷak e?peḷak
shadeStay in that shade.Pād ilo aelor ṇeaelor
 Abide in the shade of your islet.Pād ilo jabalur in ānṇejabalur
 Let's go wait in the shade thereKōjro etal in kōttar ilo lelor (ellor) eṇlelor
 The violet shade of that dress is pleasing.Eṃṃan an pipiolōtlōt (ippiolōtlōt) nuknuk ṇepiolōt
shadierThis spot is shadier.Eaelor ḷọk ijin.aelor
shadiestIt's shadiest around this house due to the surrounding trees.Eaelor tata turin ṃwiin kōn wọjke kein ipeḷaakin.aelor
shadowThe shadow of death.Aelorin mej.aelor
 The cloud cast a shadow over the homes.Kōdọ eo ekaelor ṃōkoaelor
 There was nothing else, even a dark shadow that would have been there since it was so close; even though the lights went out we should still have made out its shape. P1154Ejej kain ṇe bar memarokrok ak lelorin annañ ke baj joñan eppak eo an, jekdọọn ñe ekun ak kōmin kar lo wōt annañin.annañ
shadyIt's very shady under that tree.Eḷap an aelellor iuṃwin wōjke eṇ.aelor
 It is quite shady beneath that breadfruit tree.Eḷap an aemed iuṃwin eṇ.aemed
shakeShe can really shake itEjeḷā doñ.doñ
 Shake the flower tree a lot so the flowers will come down.Idikdiki raan wūt ṇe bwe en wōtlọk wūt.idik
 Shake the flowers off the bush. (lit. Shake from its fruit that flowering bush.)Iṃuk jān leen ut ṇeiṃuk
 Shake the flowers off the bush. (lit. Shake from its fruit that flowering bush.)Iṃuk jān leen ut ṇeiṃuk
 Shake the oranges off that tree.Kwōn iṃuki jān leen oran ṇeiṃuk
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shakenJeljel is in the branches of the breadfruit trees: it has shaken the fruit from the trees and the season is over.Jeljel i raan kaṇ.Jeljel
 He fell off the truck and was shaken by hitting the ground.Ewōtlọk jān tūrak eo im kajkaj ṇai laḷ.kajkaj
 He was shaken by the recoil of the gun when he shot it.Eṃweiur ke ej bu kōn bu eo.ṃweiur
shakesHe never shakes handsEjaje idik pein armej.idik
shakingStop shaking the tree.Jab idiki ut ṇeidik
 Why did you keep on shaking that flower tree?Ta unin aṃ idikdiki ut ṇeidik
 Why don't you stop shaking your head in disagreement all the time.Eṃōj ṇe aṃ kijoñ jejeboulul (ejjeboulul).jeboulul
 What are you shaking your head about.Ta ṇe kwōj kōjjeboulul bọraṃ kake.jeboulul
 I heard yelling and felt the boat shaking and I just woke up,” I said. P583Iroñ ainikien lelaṃōjṃōj koba ippān an kajkaj wa in im ijujen ruj,” iba.kajkaj
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shallKingdom shall rise against kingdom.Aelōñin kiiñ ñan aelōñin kiiñ rōnaaj juṃae doon.aelōñin kiiñ
 We shall share this food equally so everyone can eat.Jenaaj aikiuuk ṃōñā e bwe aolep en ṃōñāaikiu
 I shall return next monthInaaj jepḷaak allōñ in laḷ.allōñ in laḷ
 Your evil deeds shall torment your conscience.Aṃ jerbal nana enaaj kāeñtaan aṃ bōklōkōt.bōklōkōt
 What shall we wrap these with?Ta limekan men ?limek
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shallowIt can go close to shore because it has a shallow draftEmaroñ wōnāneḷọk bwe ekapdik.kapdik
 That boat can't go in shallow water, and it may go on the reef.Ekapjulaḷ wa eṇ im emaroñ eọṇ ilo wōd eṇ.kapjulaḷ
 The outfielder is too shallow.Ekadik ḷotok kōba eṇ.ḷo-
 The lagoon beach of this island is very shallow.Eḷap an pejpej iarin āninpejpej
shaltThou shalt have no other gods before me. S5En ejjeḷọk bar anij raṇ ippaṃ ijellọkū.Anij
 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. S5Kwōn 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.aṇokṇak
 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. S5Kwōn 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.aṇokṇak
 Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.Kwōn jab ba pata etan aṃ Irooj.ba pata
 Thou shalt not take in vain the name of the Lord thy God, for the Lord will never forgive one who takes his name in vain. S5Kwōn jab ba pata etan Jeova aṃ Anij; bwe Jeova ejāmin joḷọk ruōn eo ej ba pata etan.ba pata
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shameIt would be a shame if they were able to haul us but not all this stuff,” Father said. P1127Iọkwi men kein ñe rōḷokwan ektake kōjeañ ak rejab ektaki,” Jema eba.iọkwe
 Don't shame meJab kajook .jook
shamefulYou did a shameful thingEkajjookok men eo kwaar kōṃṃane.jook
 He has shameful behavior whenever he gets drunk.Ekajjooko ñe ej kadek.kajjookok
shapeThere was nothing else, even a dark shadow that would have been there since it was so close; even though the lights went out we should still have made out its shape. P1154Ejej kain ṇe bar memarokrok ak lelorin annañ ke baj joñan eppak eo an, jekdọọn ñe ekun ak kōmin kar lo wōt annañin.annañ
 That's the type of fish hook that always stretches out of shape.Eḷḷọkḷọk kāāj rot ṇeeḷḷọk
 Let's go look for kōñe wood that we can shape to attach onto the handles of our machetes.Kōjro itōn kakōñetok arro kein jure jāje kein arro.kōñe
 Could you shape it for me?Kwōmaroñ ke ṇaḷōmān tok ñan ña? ṇaḷōmān
shareWe shall share this food equally so everyone can eat.Jenaaj aikiuuk ṃōñā e bwe aolep en ṃōñāaikiu
 You'll share my raincoat with me to your house.Inaaj aḷkoote ḷọk eok.aḷkoot
 Please let him share your raincoat.Kwōn ja kaaḷkoote ippaṃ.aḷkoot
 Share you umbrella and take him with you.Aṃbwidilāiki waj ippaṃ.aṃbwidilā
 Go do your share of the job.Kwōn etal in jerbal im bōk kuṇaaṃ.bōk koṇaa-
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sharingYour sharing is like that of a stingy person.Ajejiṃ einwōt ajejin kabwebwe.ajej
 The sharing of a kind-hearted person.Ajejin jouj.ajej
 It's better to be sharing than to be selfish.Eṃṃanḷọk ajej jān kūbboṇ.ajej
 I am ashamed that we're not sharing this food with them.Iāliklik kōn ṃōñā kōnke jejjab naajdik er.āliklik
sharkAn adenpe shark bit his hand off.Adenpe ekij pein im jako.adenpe
 Lure that shark here so we can spear it.Kwōn ane tok pako eṇ bwe jen dibōje.anan
 What are we going to do with the leftovers of the shark?Jenaaj itene anpakolu e?anpakolu
 The shark has been speared many times.Pako eo eṇ eṃōj dibdibōje.debdeb
 That's a very huge shark.Lukkuun depdep in pako men eṇ.depdep
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sharksThe lagoon side of this island is teeming with adenpe sharks.Baj adenpein arin ānin ḷōṃaadenpe
 The adenpe sharks on the ocean side of this island are fierce.Elāj adenpein likin āninadenpe
 They're fishing for adenpe sharks on the ocean side.Erraṇ rej kaadenpe ilik.adenpe
 I fish for adenpe sharks in your direction while you fish for the same toward me.Ij kaadenpewaj ak kwōj kaadenpetok.adenpe
 For a long time the sharks kept going around and around cautiously surveying the boat. P1009Eto wōt im to an pako ko itūrrọọle im allọke wa eo.allọk
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sharpTrim those sharp fingernails of yours.Jepi akki kōkañkōñ (ekkañkōñ) kaṇe ipeiṃ.akki
 Pry it out with you sharp fingernailsKwōn akūki tok bwe ekkañ akkiiṃ.akki
 You've got such sharp nailsEkkañ wōt akūkūṃ.akūk
 I'm warning you beforehand that she is an old lady with a sharp tongueIj kajineete eok ke eañjarjar an lōḷḷap eṇ kōnnaan.añjarjar
 Be careful of how you handle the fish because its fins are sharp.Kōjparok aṃ jimwe ek ṇe bwe ekkañ iñin.eñṇeṇe
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sharpenHis attending school helped to sharpen his homilies.An jikuuḷ ear jipañ kaaejemjeme ilo an kwaḷọk.aejemjem
 Whittle the end of that stick to sharpen itEọre ṃaan aḷaḷ ṇe bwe en ekkañ.eọr
 Sharpen that knife because it's dull.Kwōn jem bakbōk ṇe bwe ekkōb.jem
 Sharpen that knife for me.Jemetok bakbōk ṇejemjem
 Sharpen that knife.Kwōn jeme bakbōk ṇejemjem
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sharpeningI'm tired from sharpening it but it won't take an edge.Ijeme im ṃōk ak ejaje ekkañ.jem
 They are sharpening the fishing spears.Rej jemjem ṃade in turọñ.jem
 When I got there he was sharpening the knife.Ke ij tōkeak ḷọk ej jejemjeme (ejjemjeme) wōt bakbōk eo.jemjem
 Let the man use your sharpening stone to sharpen his knife.Kwōn kajemjem ḷōṇe ilo kein jemjem ṇe aṃ.jemjem
 They are sharpening knivesRej jemjem bakbōk.jemjem
sharpensA person who sharpens knivesRi-jemjem bakbōk.jemjem
sharpshooterThe aim of a sharpshooter.Alejin jerọ.alej
shaveUse the spokeshave and shave off the frayed section.Kwōn jibọkjeepe ijeṇe eṃōdṃōd.jibọkjeep
 Shave your whiskers because they are long.Kwōn rejaik kwōdeak kaṇe aṃ bwe rōaittok.reja
shavedThe heads of the prisoners were clipped and shaved.Raar piḷōḷe ri-kalbuuj ro im ear kweejej bōrāer.kweejej
 Who shaved your head?Wōn ṇe ear kwōdmate eok?kwōdmat
 Her legs are smooth because she shaved themEnemwak neen bwe ear reja.nemwak
 His hair has been shaved baldEoḷūb bōran.oḷūb
 If a student is caught smoking, his hair will be shaved offÑe eor ri-jikuuḷ eṇ ekōbaatat, rōnaaj oḷūbi.oḷūb
shavesThat man always shaves his head.Eokkwōdmatmat ḷeeṇkwōdmat
 That man shaves oftenErrejaja ḷeeṇreja
sheBut what can I do if she doesn't like you.Ab in et ñe edike eok.ab in et
 She doesn't know how to tuck things under the arm.Ejaje kaabjāje.abjāje
 I can't forget the way she tucked things under her arm.Iban meḷọkḷọk abjājein lio.abjāje
 Can't she tuck things under the arm?Ta ejaje abjāje ke?abjāje
 You'll know there are boys around because she starts flirting.Kwōjeḷā ke ewōr ḷaddik ijōkaṇe bwe ebar jino abbōjeje.abje
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shearwaterA flock of shearwater.Ṃurun māntōl.ṃur
shedI'll transport the copra to the shed tomorrowInaaj aljike waini ñan ṃōn waini eṇ ilju.aljek
 We were able to shed ourselves of fear and trepidation and instead felt courageous and optimistic. P951Ejako ḷōmṇakin mijak im lōḷñoñ ak epād wōt ḷōmṇakin peran im kijenmej.lōḷñọñ
 Jesus shed his blood for our salvation.Jijej ear kōtọọrḷọk daan ñan kōj.tọọr
sheddingLit. The food a chief decides not to share with a lineage head signifies a shedding of tears.Kōjenibwilej ḷōkōmmōñ iene.kōjenibwilej
sheepHis pasture is crawling with sheep.Ejjiipip meḷaaj eṇ an.jiip
SheepherderSheepherderRi-lale jiip.jiip
sheepʻsHe's a wolf in sheep's clothing.Ettino ṃwilintūtino
sheetMark him tardy in the attendance sheet.Kwōn kōkaḷleiki ke aḷokbad.aḷokbad
 Sheet the sails in a bit to get rid of the folds next to the gaff,” the Boatswain said as he scanned the horizon standing by the rigging on the starboard side. P854Bar ṇatọọne tak jidik bwe en jako baḷok kaṇe i turin kaab eṇ” Bojin eo ekar ba ke ear jejed jān turin rikin eo i reeaar.baḷok
 Put a sheet on the mattress.Jiiti būtoñ ṇejiit
 Could you put a sheet on the mattress?Komaroñ ke kajiititi butoñ ṇejiitit
 Are you using a sheet? Do you want to use sheets?Kwōj jiitit ke?jiitit
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sheetedThey sheeted the sails of their boat in.Rōṇatọọne wa eo.ṇatoon
sheetsWhere did you buy those sheets.Jiitin ia kaṇe koṃ ar bwikitok?jiit
 Put enough sheets on the mattress.Kajiitiiti butōñ ṇejiit
 They bought sheets for the hospital because they had run out of them.Raar kajiitḷọk an aujpitōḷ bwe emaat.jiit
 Are you using a sheet? Do you want to use sheets?Kwōj jiitit ke?jiitit
shellThat was a great giant clam shell.Aded kijoñjō men eo.aded
 It's obviously a giant clam shell from Pikar Atoll.Adedin Pikaar bwe ealikkar.aded
 It obviously was a huge giant clam, judging from its shell.Jān wōt dettan aded kaṇe kar adedin, ealikkar bwe ekar juon kapoor eo ekilep. aded
 A giant clam shell is cemented to the concrete top.Rej adede ioon jimeeṇ eṇ.aded
 This is turtle shell from JemọBōdin wūnen Jemọ menin.bōd
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SheʻllShe'll know, being someone who influences others to live as relatives toward one another.Enaaj jeḷā bwe e ri-kaaerṃwe.aerṃwe
 Talk quietly to him for she'll still hear you.Kwōn ajjinonoḷọk ñane bwe ej naaj roñ wōt.ajjinono
 Don't turn away from her or she'll die.Kwōn jab eḷḷọk jān e bwe enaaj mej.el
 She'll love you till you're broke.Enaaj iọkwe eok ṃae tōreo kwobūrook.ṃae
 She'll love you till you're broke.Enaaj iọkwe eok ṃae tōreo kwobūrook.tōre
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shellsThere are lots of giant clam shells on the beach of this island.Eḷap wōt an adede arin āninaded
 Who scattered giant clam shells around the house?Wōn ṇe ear kadede turin ṃwiinaded
 Where are those alu shells fromAluun ia kaṇe?alu
 These alu shells have beautiful colors.Eaiboojoj unokan alu kein.alu
 Let's (us three) go look for alu shells to make head leis.Kōjjel ilān kaalutok kein ad kōṃṃan ṃarṃaralu
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shelterThe people were assembled near the shelter.Raaini armej ro ṇa iturin ṃōn ko eo.ain
 A temporary hut to take shelter in when it rains.Ajjuurin kōjato jān wōt.ajjuur
 The bushes along the windward side of this islet greatly shelter these houses on the lagoon side.Eḷap an mar kaṇe liktok kōjablur ṃōkein iar.jablur
 Come and stay beside me so I can shelter you from wind if you are cold.Itok im pād jablurū eḷaññe kwōpiọ.jablur
 Put up a shelter to protect the fire from the wind.Jālitake kijeek ṇe jān kōto in.jālitak
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shelteredThe lagoon side of that islet is sheltered.Ejablur iarin āneṇjablur
shepherdDavid was a shepherd.David ekar juon shepherd.jabōt
shepherdsThe shepherds from Israel saw the star.Jabōtin Ijdiiel ro raar lo iju eo.jabōt
ShesShe’s been quite prolific having had ten children.Baj timọọnin ke jonoul nejin.timọọn
SheʻsShe's always bashful.Eabbōjeje.abje
 She's more refusing than before.Eabōblepḷọk jān ṃoktaabōblep
 She's looking at you out of the corner of her eye.Ej addikdiki eok.addikdik
 Be careful for she's a super expert in moving her hips during sexual intercourse.Kōjparok eok bwe ṇakṇōkin ri-aelaḷ men ṇeaelaḷ
 She's always following someone around.Eaemọkkwe wōt lieṇ.aemọkkwe
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ShieldShield the fire from the rain.Kwōn barōke kijeek ṇe jān wōt.barōk
 God is my shield from satan.Anij ej likōpejñak jān Jetan.likōpejñak
shieldedHe shielded her from the hoodlums.Ebarōke jān rijorrāān ro.barōk
shierI never saw a shier girl than her.Ejjeḷọk wōt abjein ledik eo.abje
shiftMr. Engineer, you will take the 10 o’clock to 12 o’clock shift and I will take 12 o’clock to 2. P539Ak kwe, Injinia, kwōnaaj bōk jān joñoul ñan joñoul ruo im ña jān joñoul ruo ñan ruo.jān
 Who takes the zero hour shift?An wōn jep eṇ ilo awa jiro? jep
 was in charge of the 8 pm to 12 midnight shift.Iar lale jep eo ilo 8 awa jota ñan 12 lukwōn boñ.jep
 Which shift did you work the other night?Jepta (Jepōt) eo kwaar pād ie joteen eo ḷọkjep
shiftedThe two of us stayed quiet awhile as Father was working; the only sound was the monkey wrench banging on the engine as he shifted back and forth in there. P720Kōṃro kar bar ikoñ iuṃwin jidik iien bwe epoub Jema im ainikien wōt kein jaḷjaḷ ko ke rej tōtōñtōñ ippān injin eo ke ej niñeañ rōkeañ ijo.ikōñ
shiftingThe wind is shifting to the north.Kōto in ekā iōñ.
shimmeringI saw a black bird and its eyes were shimmering like those of a short-eared owl. P1040Ikar lo juon bao kilmeej im mejān ej errobōlbōl āinwōt lijeṃao.lijeṃao
 The shimmering of the water on the lagoon surface means that it's windy.Aemuujin ioon dān ej kallikkar bwe ekkōtoto.aemuuji
shineIt's eyes shine at night.Ej kabōlbōl mejān ilo boñ.kabōlbōl
shinedMr. Boatswain, that wasn’t a gas can you gave me,” Father said as he shined a light on the pipe he had removed. P625Bojin e, kwōjeḷā ke ej jab kāānin kiaj men eo kwaar letok,” Jema eba ke ej rome baib eo ekar jeḷate.kāān
shines"It's quite clear that the north star shines brightly" —words from a popular contemporary song.Alkarkar ke ijuun eañ erabōlḷọk.alkarkar
 One who shines shoesRi-kōjjatōltōl juuj.jatōltōl
shiningWhat is that shining from the islet?Ta eṇ ej jatōltōl tok ilo āneṇjatōltōl
 What is that thing shining this way?Ta eṇ ej kabōlbōltok.kabōlbōl
 Is that a ship that is shining a light over there?Ta, wa men eṇ ej kabōlbōltok ke?kabōlbōl
 I saw a light shining in the distance.Iar lo juon meram ej kabōlbōl.kabōlbōl
 When the weather is good and the sun is shining, one sees sun rays in the ocean.Ñe ej det em ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) lañ, ekkoonaḷaḷ buḷōn lọjet.koonaḷ
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shinniedHe shinnied up the coconut tree.Ear urabbaje ni eo.urabbaj
shinnyHe made the child shinny up the tree.Ear kọurabbaje ajri eo.urabbaj
shinyHis car is shiny.Ejjatōltōl kaar eṇ waan.jatōltōl
 Your shoes are very shiny.Eḷap an jejatōltōl (ejjatōltōl) juuj kaṇe aṃ.jatōltōl
 Your shoes are very shiny.Eḷap an rabōlbōl juuj kaṇe aṃ.rabōlbōl
 Your shoes are awfully shiny.Eḷap an rōrbōlbōl (errabōlbōl) juuj kaṇe aṃ.rabōlbōl
shipA Japanese ship sank in the harbor at Likiep.Eaar ruṃḷọk juon tiiṃa in Jepaan eo ilo aba eṇ Likiep.aba
 The northward flow of the current was the strongest the day the ship went aground.Ear aerōkeañḷọk tata raan eo tiṃa eo ekar eọtōk.aerōkeañḷọk
 They are closing the hatches on that ship because it's raining.Rej kiil aj kaṇ an wa eṇ bwe ewōt.aj
 The school construction lumber is on its way here on the field trip ship.Aḷaḷin ekkal ko an jikuuḷ rej itok wōt ioon piiḷtūreep eo tok.aḷaḷ
 People here are craving cigarettes since the ship hasn't come yet.Eḷap añūr in kōn an jañin itok wa.añūr
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shippingThrow out something because your boat is shipping waterKoṃwin eakpel jān wa ṇe bwe edouj.eakpel
shipsMen from frigate ships came to the islands long ago.Ri-baak ro raar itok ñan aelōñ kein etto.baak
 The American fleet blockaded Russian ships from coming to Cuba.Inej eo an Amedka ear barōk wa ko waan ri-Rojia jān aer itok ñan Kiuba.bōbaar
 Those ships are really stirring up a lot of wake.Ejjeḷọk ḷap in an wa kaṇ bukwaarar.bukwaarar
 Those are the ships over there.Wa koko ijekoko.ijekoko
 The ships have already arrived there.Wa ko ededḷọk aer tōkeakḷọk ijeṇ.ijeṇ
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shipʻsThe ship's hatches are shut as she's ready to set sail.Ekilōk ajin wa eṇ bwe epojak in jerak.aj
 That ship's booms are normally long.Eaettok buuṃin wa eṇ.buuṃ
 The ship's in sight.Wa eo eṇ ejāde.jāde
 What will be that ship's first port of call?Ia eṇ wa eṇ enaaj ṃalōke ṃōṃkaj (eṃṃōkaj)?ṃalōk
shirtI took my shirt to her yesterday so she could sew up the rip.Iar bōkḷọk jōōt e bwe en aiti tok inne.ait
 Did you button your shirt?Ebatin ke jōōt ṇe aṃ.batin
 There are too many buttons on your shirt.Eḷap an ebbatintin jōōt ṇe aṃ.batin
 The button is off my shirt.Etūṃ batin in jōōt e .batin
 Button your shirt.Kwōn batini jōōt ṇe aṃ.batin
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shirtlessIt's not good to go to church shirtless.Enana ṃañke ilo iṃōn jar.ṃañke
shirtsThey had new shirts.Ekāāl jōōt ko aerro.aerro
 Which one of the shirts do you prefer?Ewi wōt iaan jōōt kwokōṇaan?ewi
shirtʻsMy shirt's been eaten by a rat.Eṃōj wōjeke jōōt e .wōjek
shiverThis cool weather makes me shiver.Ṃōḷo in ekāebebe .ebeb
shiveringI'm so chilly I'm shivering.Eḷap ebeb kōn piọ.ebeb
 Hurry up and give him some clothes. He's shivering.Kwōn ṇaballin ḷọk bwe epio.ṇaballin
shiversDon't drag that chair because it gives us the shivers.Jab iper jea ṇe bwe jemmāālel.memāālel
shoalThey surrounding the school of rabbitfish beside the stony shoal so they could easily scoop it up with a net.Rej aḷeek ṃọle ṇa idipin ṇa eṇ bwe en eṃṃan jabuki.aḷe
 They are clamming at the shoal.Rej kajukkwe ilo ṇa eṇ.jukkwe
 Chase them to that shoal over yonder and catch them with the surrounding net.Koṃwin kōpooḷi ḷọk ñan turun ṇa uweo im kuṇaiki.kuṇa
 Let's go clamming at that shoal.Jen etal in kakkōr ilo ṇa eṇ.ṇa
shoal/reefThere are two cranes on the shoal/reef.Ruo eṇ kabaj ioon ṇa eṇ.kabaj
shockWatch out or you might get a shock from that electric line.Lale kwōjarom ilo toon jarom ṇejarom
 Be careful that you don't get a shock from that cord.Lale toon jarom ṇe ejarome eok.jarom
shockedI was shocked to hear of his son's death.Ekailbōk ke ij roñ kōn mej eo an ḷadik eo nejin.ilbōk
 The electric line shocked the boy.Toon jarom eo ejarome ḷadik eo.jarom
 He was shocked when he heard that his son died.Ear kūṃṃūḷọk ke ej roñ ke emej ḷeo nājin.kūṃṃūḷọk
 I was shocked when I heard that he died.Ear ḷọkjenaō ke ij roñ ke emej.ḷọkjenaa-
 They are going to be so shocked when they see us,” I said. P1325Remake naaj ilbōk ñe rōbar lo kōjmān,” iba.make
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shoeYou'll soil the floor with your shoe printsKwōnaaj kōmaalkan-neek lowaan ṃwiin kōn juuj kaṇe aṃ.maalkan ne
shoesShe's making herself tall with high-heeled shoes.Ej kaittoktok kōn juuj ekkañ kapin.aitok
 Wear shoes so that pieces of glass don't get in your feet.Kwōn juujuj bwe ren jab batoik neeṃ.bato
 There is gum on your shoes.Ebwilbwil juuj ṇe aṃ.bwilbwil
 Who put gum on your shoes?Wōn ṇe ear bwili juuj ṇe aṃ?bwilbwil
 Those are my shoes right there next to you.Erkākaṇe, juuj ko kaṇe rej pād ituruṃ.erkākaṇe
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shoestringLoosen your shoestring.Jeḷate korak in juuj ṇejaḷjaḷ
 Shoestring.Korak in juuj.korak
shoneThen a person came out with a flashlight and shone it on us. P176Innem juon armej eteeñki tok im rome kōṃro.teeñki
ShooShoo those chickens away.Kwōn ubaki bao kaṇe.ubaak
shooedThe parson shooed away those who were singing love songsRi-kaki eo ear ubaakeḷọk ri-alin ṃaina ro.alin ṃaina
 Bad dog!” the person with the flashlight shooed away the dog. P177Naaa ḷakukkuk!” armej eo ej teeñki ekar libaake ḷọk kidu eo.ubaak
shookHe shook the flower tree and it withered.Eidiki ut eo im mej.idik
 The two of them shook hands. P70Erro ḷōḷḷap eo idik pein doon.idik
 Father shook the Chief’s hand and said goodbye to the Old Man and a few other people who where there. P474Jema ebar idik pein irooj eo im iọkiọkwe ḷọk ḷōḷḷap eo kab armej ro jet ijo.idik
 He shook his head in disbelief at the news of his brother's death.Ej jeboulul ilo an jab tōmak ke emej likao eo jein.jeboulul
 He shook his head and came back down. P918Ekajeboululi bōran im to laḷ tak.jeboulul
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shootAs I was looking he was aiming to shoot the thief.Iḷak reilọk ej aleje bu eo in itōn buuki ri-kọọt eo.alej
 Wait till it comes within range, then shoot itKōttar an allọk em buuki.allọk
 Shoot that bird.Kwōn buuk bao eṇ.bu
 Don't shoot those birds.Jab buwatti bao kaṇ.buwat
 Every time we tend to the task of drawing coconut sap, in the morning and evening, and sometimes at noon, we cut the coconut shoot a bit each time, and we also bend the shoot down to prevent the sap from drowning its navel. S19Aolep iien ad jekaro, ilo jibboñ im jota im jet iien ilo raelep, jej jep utak eo jidik illọk jidik, im barāinwōt kietake bwe en jab idaak bwijen.bwije-
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shooterWhen you shoot while playing marbles, you use a shooter marbleÑe kwōj bu ilo kōjjobaba, kwōj kōjerbal ḷōttekōḷkōḷ eṇ.ḷōttekōḷkōḷ
shootingAim well before shooting.Kakkōt kaallọke ṃaan aṃ bu.allọk
 Crap shooting is expensive.Taij ekadik kōjjarjar.jar
 Let's the two of us go have a shooting contestKōjero etal in kōjjerọro.jerọ
 That evening as we were all on the deck of the Likabwiro and the men were shooting the breeze we were surprised to see a plane fly overhead toward the west. P929Boñon eo ke kōmmān ej aolep im pād ioon teekin Likabwiro im ḷōṃaro rej kōmeltato bajjek, kōmmān ḷak ilbōk ej to juon baḷuun i lōñ to.kōmāltato
 The Boatswain and Father were drinking coffee and shooting the breeze at the back the boat. P259Bojin eo im Jema erro ej daak kọpe im kōmāltato iḷọkwan wa eo.ḷokwa-
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shootsThe things used for divination could be coconut fronds, shoots, pandanus leaves, sennit, stones, and leaves. S21Men ko rej kōjerbali ñan bubu remaroñ kimej, juubub, maañ, ekkwaḷ, dekā, im bōlōk.bubu
 Jekaro comes from coconut shoots before the time when they haven’t yet broken and separated and small coconuts have appeared. S19Jekaro ej waḷọk jān utak in ni ilo iien eṇ ej jañin rup im jepeḷḷọk im waḷọk kwaḷini.jepel
 We use shoots of some bushes as medicine.Jej uno kōn jet iaan juubub in mar.juubub
 Coconut tree shoot(s).Juubub in ni.juubub
 They are looking for shoots.Rej kajuubub.juubub
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shopThe women are shopping for traditional women's mats at the women's club handicraft shop to give as gifts to the man of the cloth.Liṃaro raṇ rej kaed iṃōn amiṃōṇo eṇ an kuḷab eṇ an kōrā kein aerro būrejini rūkaki eṇ.ed
 Could you give me bread for all of this change?” I asked the man at the shop and gave him fifty cents. P263Kwōmaroñ ke letok pilawā kōn aolepān jāān e?” iba ñan ḷeo ilo jikin wia eo im leḷọk lemñoul jāān.jāān
 Let's go shop for some potatoes.Kōjro ilān kapiteto.piteto
shoppersThe parting shoppers went looking for ones that have already been cut up.Ri-kōbaatiiñ ro remootḷọk in lale ewōr ke baatiiñ rot eṇ ejeblọk kadede. jeblọk
shoppingThe women are shopping for traditional women's mats at the women's club handicraft shop to give as gifts to the man of the cloth.Liṃaro raṇ rej kaed iṃōn amiṃōṇo eṇ an kuḷab eṇ an kōrā kein aerro būrejini rūkaki eṇ.ed
 Let's go shopping for partings at K&K and cut them up.Kōjro ilān kōbaatiiñtok ilo K&K (name of a store at Majuro) im kōjeblọki.jeblọk
shoreThey're fishing for adipā not far from shore.Erraṇ rej kaadipā imejān ātātadipā
 The currents near the pass propelled the bumbum boat toward the shore.Eaekijeke āneḷọk būṃbūṃ eo.aekijek
 The ocean side shore is littered with driftwood.Eaiki likin āninaik
 On the lagoon shore of what land tract did you catch that akajin fish?Akajinin arin ṃōta ṇeakajin
 You stay there and eat,” he said as he started paddling toward the shore. P1276Kwōn pād wōt bwe kwōn kapijje,” eba im aōṇōṇ āne ḷọkaōṇōṇ
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shorelineWhen the two of them were done talking, Father speeded up the engine, making the boat move rapidly away from the side of the pier and the shoreline, and out into the lagoon. P489Ej jeṃḷọk wōt aerro kōnono tok ak Jema ebar pikūr ḷọk jidik injin eo im rōkakōt wa eo jān turin wab eo im arin ān eo.kaiur
shoresAfter the atom bomb was detonated in the Bikini lagoon, there followed a deluge of dead fish washed up on the shores of the islands.Ālikin an atomiik baaṃ eo debokḷok ilo ṃaḷoin Pikinni, eḷak ajeḷḷā ḷọk ek iparijet.ajeḷḷā
 There are lots of jāibo along the lagoon shores of Arno.Ejjāibobo arin Arṇo.jāibo
 Jemo's shores are always full of turtle nests.Ekkarōkrōk arin Jemọ.karōk
shortTheir middle fingers are short.Ekadu addi kaṇ eoḷōpān peier. / Ekadu addi-eoḷapier.addi-eoḷap
 Don't joke with him because he has a short temperJab kōjak ippān bwe ebōro-kadu.bōro-kadu
 Why don't you lengthen that rope, because it's short?Etke kwōj jab diekḷọk to ṇe ke ekadu?dede
 Why are you selling yourself short?Etke kwōj dedoorḷọk ijeṇe aṃ?dedoor
 Do your best and don't sell yourself short.Kwōn kate eok im jab dodoorḷọk ijeṇe aṃ.jab dodoorḷọk
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shortcomingThat's his shortcoming, taking naps.An mej eṇ kiki in raan.an mej eṇ
shortcutLet's take the shortcut to town.Kōjro iaḷ kaduḷọk ñan tawūn.iaḷ kadu
shortcut toDo we have shortcut to go to the airport?Ewōr ke iaḷ kaduḷọk ñan erpoot eṇ?iaḷ kadu
short-earedI saw a black bird and its eyes were shimmering like those of a short-eared owl. P1040Ikar lo juon bao kilmeej im mejān ej errobōlbōl āinwōt lijeṃao.lijeṃao
shortenCould you shorten your dress?Kwomaroñ ke kōkaduuk (ekkaduuk) ḷọk nuknuk ṇe aṃ?kadu
shorterCut my trousers shorter because they're too long.Kwōn jep jedọujij e bwe eaitok.jepjep
 He walks with a limp because one of his legs is shorter.Ej jipijuḷ bwe ekadu juon ne.jipijuḷ
shortlyI will leave on the plane shortly after the tenth of this month.Inaaj kālọk joñoul jiṃa raan in allōñ in.jiṃa
short-temperedWhat makes him so short-tempered.Ta ṇe ekajidimkiji?jidimkij
ShortyThere comes Shorty.Ḷōkkadudu eo ṇe tok.kadu
shotHis liver is shot due to drunkenness.Ejorrāān ajin kōn an ekkadekdek.aj
 As he was peeking they shot his head.Ej ja allimōmō wōt ak rōbuuk bōran.allimōmō
 He shot a huge pig.Ear buuk juon debbōn piik.debbōn
 He stood ready in place and we were all surprised when the flare gun exploded and the flare shot up into the sky. P939Ejoorkatkat ijo im kōmmān ḷak ilbōk edebokḷọk men eo im kelọk kōjjoram eo.debokḷọk
 He got only one shot and he was drunk.Juon wōt jaat ak ekadek.jaat
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shotgunYour shotgun sure looks beautiful.Eṃṃan wōt lijjukwōlkwōl ṇe aṃ.lijjukwōlkwōl
shouldYou should know you were responsible for people tucking things under their arms.Kwōnaaj jeḷā bwe kwaar rūkaabōjāje ñan jar kaṇ.abjāje
 I'm treating him like a relative should.Ij aerṃweiki.aerṃwe
 Because I showed him how a person should behave toward relatives, he finally learned.Kōn kaaerṃweiki ejujen wōt im jeḷā.aerṃwe
 You should refrain from painting your finger nails.Eṃōj ṇe aṃ kabūrōrōik akkiin peiṃ.akkiin pā
 You should wear your hair loose on your back because it is becoming on you.Kwōn aleak bwe ekōkōjaiji eok.aleak
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shoulderPut it on my left shoulder.Likūti ioon aera tuanmiiñ.aerā
 While he was whistling a black noddy flew over and landed on the Captain’s right shoulder. P1035Ej ja ajjewewe bajjek wōt ijo ak ekā tak juon jekad im jok ioon aeran anbwijmaroñ.ajwewe
 You should carry the bag on your shoulder.Kwōn ineek paāk ṇeineek
 Father has a bag on his shoulder and the Boatswain is carrying the water container on his shoulder.” P1258Jema eṇ ej ineek juon pāāk ak Bojin ej ineek kōb eṇ.”inene
 Father has a bag on his shoulder and the Boatswain is carrying the water container on his shoulder.” P1258Jema eṇ ej ineek juon pāāk ak Bojin ej ineek kōb eṇ.”inene
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shoulderingThe shouldering of a careful person.Aerāān tiljek.aerā
 He's shouldering him to his house.Ej aerāik ḷọk ñan ṃweeṇ iṃōn.aerā
 Is he shouldering itEj ke aerāiki?aerā
shouldersTouching shoulders in true friendship.Aerār in jeṃjerā ilo ṃoolaerār
 Your touching shoulders with me gives me enthusiasm.Aerārūṃ ippa ekōṃṃan ellowetak.aerār
 I want to touch shoulders with you.Ikoṇaan aerār waj ippaṃ.aerār
 Don't touch shoulders with me.Kwōn jab aerār ippa.aerār
 They were carrying away bags of copra on their shoulders to the boat.Raar ineneḷọk pāāk in waini ñan booj eo.inene
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shouldntWe shouldn’t give up so quickly.” P894Eṃṃan jen jab bweetkōn ṃokaj.”bweetkōn
 You two shouldn’t pay attention to him, because he’s all bark and no bite. P178Koṃro jab elwaj ippān bwe ej rorror bajjek wōt ak ej jab kūk.el
 The chief stared at Father and said, You guys shouldn’t be careless, because this is the month of the Likabwiro storms. P249Irooj eo ekalimjek Jema im ba, Koṃwin jab kōjelbabō bwe allōñ eo an Likabwiro in.kōjelbabō
shouldnʻtYou shouldn't persist cause it's turning her off.Kwōn jab kaabōbbōb bwe unin an naaj ṃakoko ṇeabōbbōb
 There shouldn't be anybody owning more land than others these days as the living situation has changed.Ej jab aikuj wōr ri-amḷap raan kein kōnke eoktak wāween mour.amḷap
 Your job is to be hammerer; you shouldn't do anything else.Jerbal eo aṃ ri-aṃa; ebar ejjeḷọk men eṇ kwōn kōṃṃane.aṃa
 You shouldn't fight each other or a