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tabernaclePut your offerings on the tabernacle.Likūt menin aje ko ami ṇa ioon tapnakōḷ ṇemenin aje
tableThere are lots of apples on that table over there.Eabōḷe eoon tebōḷ uweo.abōḷ
 You've messed up the table with your ice cream.Eaijkudiimi ioon tebōḷ ṇe ippaṃ.aij kudiiṃ
 Watch your eating so you don't leave candy crumbs on the table.Lale aṃ ṃōñā ijeṇe bwe kwōnaaj kaametōṃaiki ioon tebōḷ ṇeametōṃa
 Escort him to the table.Kwōn āñini koṃro ṃōñāāñin
 There's putty all over the table.Ebbatete ioon teboḷ ṇebate
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tableclothSpread the tablecloth.Eḷḷọke eran tebōḷ ṇeeran tebōḷ
 Where is that tablecloth from? Where was that tablecloth made?Eran tebōḷ in ia ṇeeran tebōḷ
 Where is that tablecloth from? Where was that tablecloth made?Eran tebōḷ in ia ṇeeran tebōḷ
tablespoonMixing a tablespoon of ajinomoto into the soup will certainly make the flavor that much tastier.Eḷaññe kwōnāj lutōk waj juon tebōljibuun in ajiṇoṃōto ilo juub ṇe, ej kab nāj uñkipdenḷọk ḷọk wōt.uñkipden
tabooWhy do you break the taboo and sing up on that breadfruit tree?Taunin aṃ kọkkure ṃanet im aluej iraan ṇealuej
 There were people with a taboo relationship present, but the drunk made some embarrassing remarks that got us angry at him.Elōñ jeṃnāji ijo ak ri-kadek eo ear kwaḷọk jet naan jekkar im kōm ar illu ippān.jeṃnāji
 She and that boy are taboo relativesLieṇ im ḷadik eṇ rej jeṃnāji (doon).jeṃnāji
 That's the taboo spot for the chief.Jiadel eo an irooj eṇ ṇejiadel
 We have a taboo relationship. We are taboo relatives.Kemro ej joreik doon.jore
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taboosHe broke the treatment taboos and ended up worse than before.Eaḷok im jorrāān.aḷok
 Beware of breaking the taboos or our medicines will bring on adverse effects.Lale aṃ aḷok bwe enāj rọọl utōn wūno kaṇe arro.aḷok
 They rushed the person who didn't keep the traditional medicinal taboos to the hospital for emergency treatment.Raar ettōrḷọk kōn ri-aḷok eo ñan aujpitōḷ.aḷok
 He's such an inconsiderate fellow. He's always breaking taboos.Ejjeḷam ḷōkajeṃwin ḷeenḷōkajeṃ
tackThe canoe won't make the island (on this tack).Ebuñ wa in jān āneṇbuñ
 He’s been saying we were off course since Roi-Namur and that we should tack windward because land was to the east, but you said no. P1236Eḷak kar ba ke jebuñ jān Ruōt im jen bwābwe wōt bwe aelōñ eo epād i reeaar, ekwe kwōbar ba ke eaab.buñ
 Tack windward a bit,” the Boatswain yelled down from the mast. P496Bwābwe tak jidik,” Bojin eo elaṃōj laḷ tak jān kiju eo.bwābwe
 Let's two of us tack this canoe windward.Jeṇro kabwābweik wa in.bwābwe
 Tack into the wind.Kwōn bwābweik wa ṇebwābwe
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tackedThey tacked the boat before it hit the reef.Raar diake wa eo ṃokta jān an itaak.diak
 We tacked around the capes.Kōm ar jeik bōke ko.jeje
tackingOne more tacking and the island will be within range.Ñe jebar diak juon alen enaaj allọk āneṇallọk
 That canoe is always tacking.Eddiakeōk wa eṇ.diak
 That canoe is tacking.Ediak wa eṇ.diak
 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
 Because of this unfavorable wind, the canoe is doing plenty of tacking to get here.Kōn an nana kōto in wa eo eṇ ej jenwōd tak wōt.jenwōd
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tackleLine for catching āpil, from bamboo pole on lagoon beach. (smaller tackle).Eoun kāāpil.eo
tacksThe wind is good and two or three tacks should be enough.Eṃṃan kōto in naaj bōlen ruom jilu wōt ālūālu
 The boat tacks often on account of its speed.Eddiakeak wa eṇ kōn an ṃōkajdiak
tactfulShe's got poise. She's tactful.Ejeḷā kōppeḷak lieṇ.jeḷā kōppeḷak
tagWhat type of tag game is this, that I haven't seen anything like it before.Aṃoot rot in ke ij kab ellolo?anoot
 Let's the four of us go and play tag with them.Itok kōjeañ etal in aṃoot ippāer.anoot
 We played a game of tag in the moonlight last night.Kōmwōj ar aṃoot ilo meram eo boñ.anoot
TahitiThe hip dancers from Tahiti are here.Ri-kajikea ro jān Taiti remottok.kajikia
tailTake the tail half of that fish.Kwōn bōk jablọkun ek ṇejablọk
 Give me the tail half of that fish and give the irooj the head half.Letok jablọkin ek ṇe im lelọk jebbar in ek ṇe ñan irooj eṇ.jablọk
 Sardines are packed head to tail in cans.Jatiin rej jitnen ṃōṃō ilowaan kāān.jitnen ṃōṃō
 The dog's wagging its tail.Kidu eṇ ej kōjjaaḷaḷe ḷokwankōjjaaḷaḷ
taintedBe careful that pork doesn't get a tainted flavorLale bwe en jab ibbūrọrọ piik ṇe. būbrọrọ
 Don't give that pork a tainted flavorLale bwe kwōn jab kabbūrọrọik piik ṇebūbrọrọ
 Be careful that pork doesn’t get a tainted flavorLale ebbūrọrọ piik ṇebūbrọrọ
 Don’t give that pork a tainted flavorLale kwaar kabbūrọrọik piik ṇebūbrọrọ
TaiwanSugar made in TaiwanJukwa in Taiwan.jukwa
TakaJemo, Bikar, Taka, and Erikub are some of the islands in the Marshalls reserved for chiefs strictly for food-gathering purposes.Jemọ, Pikaar, Tōke, im Ādkup rej jet iaan ḷārooj ko ilo aelōñin Ṃajeḷḷārooj
takeThey (foursome) were under great pressure staying up to take care of him when he was ill.Eḷap aereañ kar eñtaan im emmej ippān ke ej nañinmej.aa-
 He refused to take his food.Ear abwin bōk men eo kijen.abwin bōk
 No one can take away our inalienable rightsMaroñ ko addemlōkmej ejjeḷọk juon emaroñ būki jān kōj.addemlōkmej
 Take care of his pain in the kidney area.Kaaeoiki ḷọk ḷeeṇ jān metakin.aeo
 Take him with you to show him how to become an expert fisherman.Kwōn āñini im kaaewanliki.aewanlik
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takenIt's a cutting taken from an Aḷḷañinwa plant brought in from the northern atolls.Ineen Aḷḷañinwaan aelōñ iōñ.Aḷḷañinwa
 He was unable to do anything for he was taken by surprise.Ear ankōṃade em ejjeḷọk an maroñ.ankōṃad
 I don't like being taken by surprise.Enana ankōmājur.ankōṃad
 Don’t be taken in by him because he’s constantly so vain.Kwōn jab po ippān bwe euttaiḷōṃ bajjek.bwe
 First of all, after they have grated the copra and taken the coconut milk from it, they heat it under the sun and it becomes coconut oil. S18Ṃoktata, ālkin aer raankeik waini eṇ im bōk eaḷ eṇ jāne, rej kōjeeke im ej erom pinniep.eaḷ
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take-offHis job is preparing planes for take-off.An jerbal eṇ kōkkālọk baḷuun.kālọk
takesThou 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
 In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.bōbrae
 In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.dedo
 He takes on a wife at random.Jabdetakwōt an bōbōk (ebbōk).jabdetakwōt
 That girl is one of those who seldom takes a bath.Ledik eṇ ej ṃōttan ri-jattutu raṇ.jattutu
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takingWhere are you taking it tucked under your arm?Kwōj abjājeikḷọk ñan ia?abjāje
 Where are you taking your flirting?Kwōj abbōjeje ḷọk ñan ia?abje
 Preserve the Marshallese custom of taking care of your relatives by practicing it.Kōjparok ṃantin Ṃajeḷ im jeḷā aerṃwe.aerṃwe
 Where are you taking your noisiness to?Kwōj ailuwaan ḷọk ñan ia?ailuwannañnañ
 Where are you taking your palsy to?Kwōj akāḷọk ñan ia?akā
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taleThe fairy tale bookBook in inọñ.inọñ
 He has memorized the tale.Ekili inọñ eo.kūkiil
talentedHe's a conscientious and very talented person in whatever he does.Ej juon eo ejeḷāḷọkjeṇ ilo an ṃakūtkūtjeḷā ḷọkjeṇ
talesDon't start trouble by spreading tales. Don't stir up trouble.Kwōn jab kōṃṃan kiojaḷjaḷ.kiojaḷjaḷ
TalibanThe United States equipped the Afghanistan army with weapons to fight the Taliban.Amedka ear ṇaṃaanpein rūttariṇae ro an Afghanistan bwe ren juṃae Taliban ro.ṇaṃaanpein
talkHis appearance was like those people who when they talk, everyone listens and believes what they say. P60Epao tokin kain eṇ eaejemjem.aejemjem
 Did you give both of them a chance to talk?Kwōleḷọk ke aerro iien kōnono?aerro
 It's not good to talk of something we are not sure about if we do not have self confidence.Enana kaajjimālele ñe jej jab lōke kōj.ajjimālele
 Talk quietly to him for she'll still hear you.Kwōn ajjinonoḷọk ñane bwe ej naaj roñ wōt.ajjinono
 He doesn't carry anything; all he does is talk.Ejaje aljek ak ejeḷā wōt kōnono.aljek
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talkativeThat is the man who is not talkative.Ḷeo ejjeḷọk an naan eṇ.jejeḷọk an naan
 When he's drunk he's very talkative.Ñe ej kadek, ekadik kōkōnnaanan (ekkōnnaanan).kōnnaan
 She's good and talkative.Eṃṃan bwe eṃṃao.ṃōṃawi
 When he's high he's always talkative.Ñe ej kadek ekadik ṃōṃawiwi (eṃṃawiwi).ṃōṃawi
talkedThe way he talked to me was like he didn’t know I knew the engine had started. P322Āinwōt ñe iñak ke ejọ injin eo an wa eo, ilo an kōnono tok.jọ
 I thought he understood my point because he nodded when I talked to him about it.Iba wōt emeḷeḷe kōn an ṃōṃjidjid (eṃṃajidjid) ke ij kōnono ñaneṃajid
 He tempted (talked provocatively to) the girl.Ear tepiḷi ledik eo.tepiḷ
 Father approached the Old Man on the shore and the two of them talked for a little while. P1264Jema ekar kōttōpar ḷọk ḷōḷḷap eo ioon kappe im erro kōnono jidik.tōpar
 When he returned from America he talked with a lisp.Eḷak rọọltok jān Amedka, eweejej an kōnnaan.weejej
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talkingYou're always talking about abḷajtiiñEabḷajtiiñiñ aṃ kōnono.abḷajtiiñ
 He's always talking about ruddy turnstones.Eaerār an kōnono.aerār
 Where's that skinny person who is talking fromAidikin ia ṇe ej kōnono?aidik
 I 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're troubling me by talking back to her.Kwōj airuwaroiki kōn aṃ akwāāle.airuwaro
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talksHe's not sure of himself from the way he talks.Ri-kaajjimālele bwe ejjeḷọk lōke ilo an kōnono.ajjimālele
 From the way he talks, we know that he’s a show off.Jān wōt an ekkonono ak jejeḷā ej juon ri-jājjāj.jājjāj
 My younger sister often walks and talks in her sleep.Ledik eo jatū ekkā an ejja im etetal.jeja
tallYou're as tall as Peter.Aetokūṃ wōt Pita.aetok
 He's very tall. (lit. He's taller than a tall coconut tree.)Eaitok jān kenato.aitok
 He's very tall. (lit. He's taller than a tall coconut tree.)Eaitok jān kenato.aitok
 She's making herself tall with high-heeled shoesEj kaittoktok kōn juuj ekkañ kapin.aitok
 When it is built (completely), it will be very tall.Ñe eejaak enaaj lukkuun utiej.ejej
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tallerHe's taller than me.Eaetok jān ñaaetok
 He's very tall. (lit. He's taller than a tall coconut tree.)Eaitok jān kenato.aitok
 You're taller than when you left to go to school.Kwaitokḷọk jān ke kwaar etal in jikuuḷ.aitok
 Let's see which of us is taller.Kōjro joñjoñ.joñjoñ
tallestHe's the tallest.Aetok tata.aetok
tamperDon't tamper with the engine or you will break it.Jab iṇoṇooj injin ṇe bwe enaaj jorraān.iṇoṇooj
tangleNylon lines are good because they don't tangle oftenEṃṃan eke bwe rōjjab ddapitōktōk.dapitōk
tangledAs he ran, his legs got tangledEttōr im idaaptōk neen.idaaptōk
 Don't get what you two are doing tangled.Jab kaidaaptōk jerbal kaṇe amiro ñan doon.idaaptōk
 The thread is always tangled.Ekijoñ pepokpok (eppokpok) tōrej eo.pok
 The thread is tangled.Epok tōrej eo.pok
tankThe oxygen tank for the hospital.Akjijenin aujpitōḷ.akjijen
 Do you see that water tank?Kwōj lo ke baantuunin dān eṇ?baantuun
 It rained so hard, the tank overflowedJoñan an to an wōt, ebooḷtōñtōñ tāāñ eo.booḷtōñtōñ
 I held the funnel and Father poured the contents into the tank of the engine. P590Idāpij banōḷ eo im Jema elutōk tok men eo kobban ñan lowaan tāāñ eo an injin eo.dāpdep
 I held the funnel and Father poured the contents into the tank of the engine. P590 P590Idāpij banōḷ eo im Jema elutōk tok men eo kobban ñan lowaan tāāñ eo an injin eo.lilutōk
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tantrumDon't roll all over the place there or you'll get dirty (said to baby having tantrum).Kwōn jab jejabwilbwil (ejjabwilbwil) ijeṇe bwe kwōnaaj tōtoon (ettoon).jabwilbwil
tapYoung men of Mejij island are known to be good tap dancersEjjurbakbak likaoun Mājej.jurbak
 The tap dance performance of Mejit young men is good.Eṃṃan jurbak in likao in Mejij.jurbak
 That man is one of the tap damcersḶeeṇ ejjuon iaan ri-jurbak ro.jurbak
 The young men tap danced from outside the house and into it.Likao ro raar jurbakḷọk jān nabōj ñan lowaan ṃweojurbak
 Men of Mājej Island are famous tap dancersṂōṃaanin Mājej rej make wōt ṃōkade ilo jurbak.jurbak
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tapesDo you sell love song cassette tapes hereEwōr ke teepin alin ṃaina iṃwiin?alin ṃaina
tappedThe bottles on all those coconut trees being tapped for sap are all less than half full.Aolep ni jekaro kaṇ im jejekapenpen (ejjekapenpen).jakapen
tappingHe's tapping his foot in time to the music.Ej kabuñtōn ippān an jañ al eo.buñtōn
tardinessYour habitual tardiness won't help your getting a salary increase.Aḷokbadiṃ enaaj kōṃṃan bwe en jab ḷapḷọk wōṇeaṃ.aḷokbad
 His boss chewed him out for his constant tardiness.Bọọj eo an ear jueoonmọñūn kōn an ruruṃwijṃwij (irruṃwijṃwij).jueoonmọñ
 He was disqualified on account of his tardiness.Raar kupiiki kōn an ikiruṃwij.kupi
tardyMark him tardy in the attendance sheet.Kwōn kōkaḷleiki ke aḷokbad.aḷokbad
 I want you to stop being tardy.Eṃōj ṇe aṃ iki-ruṃwij.iki-ruṃwij
targetBring the bow a bit more to the wind and you'll be on target.Letak jidik bōran wa ṇe im enaaj allọk.allọk
tarnationWhat in tarnation!Ta le uwọk!uwọk
taroThere are lots of taro on that atoll.Eḷap an iaraje aelōñ eṇ.iaraj
 I will go and pick some taro.Inaaj etal in etto iaraj.iaraj
 They planted some taro.Raar ekkat iaraj.iaraj
 They went to pick some taro.Reoot in kaiaraj.iaraj
 They are planting taro sproutsRej ekkat ilin iaraj.il
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tarpWhere did you get your tarp?Taaboḷanin ia ṇe aṃ?taaboḷan
tarpsThe area around the house was littered with pieces of tarps after the troops lived there.Ettabooḷanḷan turin ṃweeṇ ālikin an rūttariṇae ro jokwe ie.taaboḷan
 Come, let's go get tarps for us while the price has dropped.Itok kōjro tan kōtaaboḷan arro ke ej ja wōtlọk wōṇāān.taaboḷan
tarryingWhen will he stop tarrying?Ej aepādpād ḷọk ñan ñāātaepedped
taskHis chanting spurred us on to complete the hard task.An roro ear kaalmaroñe am kōtōprak jerbal eo epen.almaroñ
 There's no task that can't be completed if we join forces and work together.Ejjeḷọk jerbal eṇ epen eḷaññe jenaaj almaroñe.almaroñ
 Would you like to be assigned the task of pounding things on the anvil?Kwokōṇaan ke ri-aṃbōḷ?aṃbōḷ
 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-
 The people who were hunting for jenọ have completed the task.Rikōjenọ ro raṇ eṃōj aer kōjenọ.jenọ
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tasksToday’s tasks were completed speedily because the people did them together.Jerbal ko an rainiin ear ṃōkaj aer tōprak kōn an kar armej ro almaroñi.almaroñ
 Come let's help each other (and divide up the separate tasks).Koṃwin itok jen jipjipañ doon.jipañ
 He always completes his tasks.Ettōprakrak an jerbal.tōprak
tasteThe taste of today's ajbwirōk pandanus is not as good as in the day of Ḷañinni (Ḷañinni was the first prehistoric chief that can be traced back from whom descendants of the present day Kabua chiefly lineage originated.)Ajbwirōkin raan kein ejjab einwōt raan ko an ḶañinniAjbwirōk
 Looking at your food makes me want to taste itIbbūriri ḷọk wōt kōn lali ṃōñā kaṇe.būbriri
 I would really like to taste some of your fish.Eḷap bōro-kūrkūr kōn ek kaṇe.bōro-kōrkōr
 May I taste your breadfruit?Imaroñ ke edjoñe ṇe kijōṃ?edjoñ
 Taste this mixture--is it good?Kwōn edjoñe ṃōk iiōk ṇe ennọ ke?edjoñ
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tastedIt would have tasted better if you had baked it in coconut oil instead of plain.Enaaj kar nenọ (ennọ) ñe kwaar jab mejāliraane ak kwaar pọḷjeje.mejāliraan
tastelessIt's more tasteless than before.Eaebōjbōj ḷọk jān ṃoktaaebōjbōj
 It's even more tasteless than beforeEaebōjbōje ḷọk jān ṃoktaaebōjbōj
tastesThe pork tastes rawEbbūramejmej piik in.būbūramejmej
 She is the one who tastes food for the chief.Ri-edjoñ eo an irooj eṇ.edjoñ
tastierMixing a tablespoon of ajinomoto into the soup will certainly make the flavor that much tastier.Eḷaññe kwōnāj lutōk waj juon tebōljibuun in ajiṇoṃōto ilo juub ṇe, ej kab nāj uñkipdenḷọk ḷọk wōt.uñkipden
tastiestHe makes the tastiest aikiu food.Ri-aikiu eo ennọ tata an iiọk ṇeaikiu
 Likiep Atoll has the tastiest coconut crabs.Ennọ tata barulepin Likiep.barulep
tastingNaṃdik has good tasting apple bananas.Ennọ leen abōl pinanaan Naṃdik.abōḷ
 What are tasting.Ta ṇe kwōj edjoñe.edjoñ
tastyThe unicorn fish of Majuro are tasty.Eouwi batakḷaj in Majuro.batakḷaj
 Fish caught using the diil method of fishing are tasty.Eowi ikōn diil.diil
 Majuro's fish are tasty.Iken Mājro reouwi.ek
 Breadfruit with whale meat is a tasty combinationEkane ṃōñā ippān itok.itok
 We'll mix salmon with the rice to make it tasty.Jenaaj jaṃōṇe raij e bwe en nenọ (ennọ).jaṃōṇ
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tattle-taleHe's a tattle-tale.Ekkinaakak ḷeokinaak
tattooThat tattoo is indelible.Eban jejeor (ejjeor) eọ ṇeban jejeor
tattooedWho tattooed youWōn eo ear eọuk eok?eọ
TattooingTattooing began on Aelōñḷapḷap.Ear ijjino eọ ilo Aelōñḷapḷap.eọ
tattoosHe writhed in agony as black carbon was rubbed into his tattoos.Eiñimmaḷ ke rej iteṃaṃōje.iteṃaṃōj
 They're using black carbon on his tattoos.Rej ṃaṃōje eọ eṇ an ḷeeṇṃaṃōj
taughtThe U.S. Navy people taught him how to umpire.Ear katak aṃbai ippān nepi ro.aṃbai
 Yes, I still remember what our chief taught us when we studied with him,” Father said to the old man. P123Aaet ij ememej wōt ekkatak ko an irooj eo kōjro kar bōk arro jeḷā ippān,” Jema eba ñan ḷōḷḷap eo.katak
 I taught him how to play the guitar.Iar katakini kūta.katak
 I taught the thief a lesson in such a way that he's going to think twice before stealing again.Iar kōmañ(e) ri-kọọt eo.kōmañmañ
 Did you really forget all the knowledge the old man taught you? P250Ṃool ke kwōmeḷọkḷọk jeḷā ko ḷōḷḷap eo ear liwaj ñan kwe ke?le-
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tautTie the jo'ṃur (rope) so that sail will stay taut.Lukwōj jọṃur ṇe bwe en pen wōjḷā ṇejọṃur
 Even though the rope was pulled taut, he continued to hold it.Jekdọọn ñe ekankan to eo ak pen in deo an keepep.keepep
taxHe's tax collectorEj ri-ae owōj.ae
 He is collecting tax.Ḷeeṇ ej tōltōl owōj.tōltōl
taxesThey have finished collecting taxes.Eṃōj aer tōltōl owōj.owōj
taxicabHe brought us in the taxicab.Ear tāākjiik tok kōm.tāākji
TbeTbe big waves are making the boat roll.Eḷḷap ṇo im kōjepliklik wa in.jepliklik
teaThis tea isn't sweet enough.Eaebōjbōj ti in.aebōjbōj
 The tea kettle is crushed in.Ejepdak tibat eo.jepdak
 The tea kettles were all crushed in the storm.Ḷañ eo ekōṃṃan tibat ko ren jejepdakdak (ejjepdakdak).jepdak
 What crushed the tea kettleTa ṇe ear kajepdak tibat ṇejepdak
 I took my cup of tea and a slice of bread and moved over to make space for the Captain to sit. P272Ibōk kabwin ti eo liṃō im juon kijō jiḷaitin pilawā im ṃōṃakūt bwe en or jikin an Kapen eo jijet ijo.jiḷait
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teachSome of these questions I was thinking are appropriate for those among us who have knowledge, understanding, and experience with the ocean in our islands, so they can teach others while they still have time. P802Jet kein kajjitōk ij ḷōmṇak rōkkar ñan an ro ilubwilijid eor aer jeḷā, meḷeḷe, im imminene kōn metoin aelōñ kein, bwe ren kwaḷọk mejḷaer kiin ke ej wōr wōt aer iien.bwilji-
 Come to me and I'll teach youItok bwe in jikuuḷi eok.jikuuḷ
 Don't you ever act tough with your dad again or I'll teach you a lesson.Kwōn jab bar kakijoñjoñ eok ñan jeṃaṃ bwe ināj katakin eok.kijoñ
teacherThat's the teacher who's always slapping (his students) on the back of the head.Ri-kaki eo ejjepwaḷwaḷ ṇejepwaḷ
 For this reason, the job of the teacher in outer-island schools is demanding and time consuming. S9Kōn men in jerbal in ri-kaki ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ej juon jerbal epen im ebōk iien.bōk iien
teachersThere are a number of Western teachers in the larger schools, but almost all of the small outer-island schools have only Marshallese teachers. S9Elōñ ri-kaki in pālle ilo jikuuḷ kein rōḷḷap ak enañin aolep jikuuḷ ko rōddik ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ri-Ṃajeḷ wōt rej ri-kaki.dik
 There are a number of Western teachers in the larger schools, but almost all of the small outer-island schools have only Marshallese teachers. S9Elōñ ri-kaki in pālle ilo jikuuḷ kein rōḷḷap ak enañin aolep jikuuḷ ko rōddik ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ri-Ṃajeḷ wōt rej ri-kaki.dik
 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
 There are a number of Western teachers in the larger schools, but almost all of the small outer-island schools have only Marshallese teachers. S9Elōñ ri-kaki in pālle ilo jikuuḷ kein rōḷḷap ak enañin aolep jikuuḷ ko rōddik ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ri-Ṃajeḷ wōt rej ri-kaki.lik
 There are a number of Western teachers in the larger schools, but almost all of the small outer-island schools have only Marshallese teachers. S9Elōñ ri-kaki in pālle ilo jikuuḷ kein rōḷḷap ak enañin aolep jikuuḷ ko rōddik ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ri-Ṃajeḷ wōt rej ri-kaki.lik
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TeacherʻsAssistant Pastor. Teacher's aid.Ri-kaki in jipañ.jipañ
teachingHis teaching is the most complicated.Ekaaepokpok tata an ri-kaki.aepokpok
 The Germans used punishment a lot in teaching.Ekadik kōmañmañ an ri-Jāmne ro ri-kaki.kōmañmañ
 We must revive some of our waning customs such as leep dancing by teaching our children if they don't already know how.Jej aikuj jaruki ṃanit ko ad rōmājkunḷọk im katakin ajri ro nājid leep ñe re jañin kar jeḷā.leep
 How much do you get paid for teaching?Jete oṇāān aṃ ri-kaki?oṇea-
teamI am impatient because my team keeps losing.Eḷap atebar kōn an luujḷọk wōt tiim e .atebar
 Our team is going to lose again. P466Enaaj luuj de juon alen kumi eo arro.de
 He is the pitcher for that team.Ri-kadkad eo an teem eṇ.kadkad
 Who is the pitcher on your team?Wōn ṇe ej kadkad ñan kumi ṇekadkad
 He was catcher for the team.Ear kiaaj ñan kumi eo.kiaj
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teamsThe baseball teams had a highly disputed game.Eḷap an kar kumi in iakiu ko aitwerōk.aitwerōk
 Are we going to split into teams?Jej iaea ke?iaa-
 The best teams are arranged to compete each other.Team ko rejeḷā tata raṇ rej kajiāik er.jiāe
 What teams they make them to compete each other?Teem ta kaṇ rej kajiaik er?jiāe
 The teams were tied.Teem ko rar joobṇaj.joobṇōj
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teamʻsHe always contributes to his team's winning.Ekọwiinin kijoñ eṇ.wiin
TeamworkTeamwork in mutual assistance is a significant trait in our culture.Kumit im jeṃdoon ekajoor ilo ṃanit in ad.jeṃdoon
teapotI had to hold onto the teapot, so it wouldn't topple over, and occasionally stir the fire, which tended to die because the firewood was damp. P885Ikar aikuj dāpij tibat eo bwe en jab okjak im pāddo kenọkwōle ḷọk kijeek eo bwe ej itok wōt in mej kōn an ṃōḷauwi kane ko.kenọkwōl
 The teapot is dented.Eobab tibat eo.obab
 Who put tea in this teapot?Wōn e ear tiik tibat e?ti
 Once they had all gotten something to drink, I got a cup and filled it from the teapot. P964Ḷak ke eṃōj aerjel tōteiñ limeer, ibaj jibwe tok juon kab im tōteiñ liṃō jān tibat eo.tōteiñ
tearMaybe they wanted to see if it was soft enough so they could tear it apart. P1002Bōlen rej lale epidodo ke bwe ren kab naaj kar ebaje.ebeb
 Don't tear that paper up.Jab imkili peba ṇeimkilkil
 Would you tear this piece of cloth for me?Kekōle tok ṃōk ṃōttan e.kekeel
 Don't hang on to my pants or you'll tear themJab toto ilo jedọujij ṇe bwe kwōnaaj kōmerrōḷọke.merrōḷọk
 Tear down the tower.Kọoḷọke (keoḷọke) miade eṇ.oḷọk
tearingThere is a working party for tearing down houses.Eor juon kumi in ruprup eṃ.ruprup
tearsYes,” Father said. I saw the Boatswain patching up some little tears the other day. But …” P422Iññā,” Jema eba, Ikar lo wōt an Bojin karpeni potak jiddik ko ie raan eo ḷọk. Ak …”karpen
 She got tears in her eyes from being bawled out.Ekōmmeñ jān aer kar lui.kōmmeñ
 Cloth made in Japan tears easilyEṃōdṃōd nuknuk in Jepaan.ṃōdṃōd
 Lit. The food a chief decides not to share with a lineage head signifies a shedding of tears.Kōjenibwilej ḷōkōmmōñ iene.kōjenibwilej
teasePaul, don't tease your brother with that candy.Bọọḷ, kwōn jab kaijoḷjoḷe jatūṃ.kaijoḷjoḷ
 Don't tease your brother.Jab ḷōkatipi jatūṃ.ḷōkatip
teasedThey teased and angered him.Raar kakūtōtōik im kakkōḷoḷouki.kōḷo
teasingWhy is she always teasing youEtke ej kakūtōtōik eok aolep iien?aolep iien
techniqueThe sexual intercourse technique performed by Arno young women is renowned in the Marshall Islands.Aelaḷin jiroñin Arno ebuñbuñ ilo Ṃajeḷ in.aelaḷ
 She performed the Arno sexual technique so well that he passed out.Lio eaelaḷe ḷeo im ḷotḷọkaelaḷ
 He has wonderful technique.Ekōl an kōṃṃan kōl.kōl
techniquesThe kickball techniques of the men from Naṃo is spectacular.Anidepin ri-Naṃo ekōppaḷpaḷ.anidep
teemingThe lagoon side of this island is teeming with adenpe sharks.Baj adenpein arin ānin ḷōṃaadenpe
 The island of Bikar is teeming with frigate birds this time of the year.Eake Pikaar ilo allōñ kein.ak
 The whole lagoon is teeming with akajin fish.Eakajini ṃaḷo ṇeakajin
 It seems the akwōlā fish are more teeming than previously.Einwōt ebaj akwōlā ḷọk jān ṃoktaakwōlā
 It's good because the ocean side is teeming with parrotfish.Eṃṃan bwe ealowore lik ṇealwor
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teeter-tooterThe way I ride the teeter-tooter is scary.Ekaamijak abōntọunū.abōṇtọun
teeter-totterLet her play teeter-totter with you.Kaabōntauni ippaṃ.abōṇtọun
teethAfter he ate he picked his teeth.Ṃōjin an ṃōñā ear aruj ñiinarar
 Make the children brush their teeth.Kabūraje ajri raṇ.būraj
 He lets blood with shark teeth.Ej kadkad kōn ñiin pako.kadkad
 She left her teeth marks on my arm.Ekkal jenkwan ñiin ṇa ipeiū.kōkal
 He left his teeth marksEkōn jenkwan ñiinkōn
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teeth—isnʻtWhy are you husking coconuts with your teeth—isn't there a husking stick around?Etke kwōōjōj ni ejjeḷọk doon ṇeōjōj
TeḷapThe people from the main islet of Majuro are fewer than the people of Teḷap.Eietḷọk ri-eoonene in Mājro jān ri-Teḷap.eoonene
telephonedI telephoned you yesterday.Iar talboone eok inne.talboon
TellTell the prodder to come.Kwōn ba ri-adebdeb eṇ en itok.adebdeb
 I can't tell what he's scrutinizing.Ijaje ta eṇ ej allọke.allọk
 Don't mumble but speak out loud and tell us what you think.Koṃwin jab alñūrñūr ak koṃwin kwaḷọk ami ḷōmṇakalñūrñūr
 Once he's back, I’ll tell him and we’ll see what he has to say about it this time around,” he replied. P414Ej rọọl tok wōt ak ijiroñ ḷọk bwe jen baj lale ta eo eba annen jab in,” eba.annen
 Summer is very near as we can tell from the breeze.Epaak tok wōt rak ke eñin eañinlur.añinlur
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tellerHe's a riddle teller.Rilōñña e.lōñña
tellingHe tried to turn my wife against me (by telling her bad things about me).Ear baijini ñan lio ippa.baijin
 Every time the children listen to their grandfather telling the legend.Aolep iien ajiri ro rej roñjake an jimṃaer inọñ.inọñ
 Where does that legend you're telling come from?Inọñūn ia ṇe kwōj inọñ kake?inọñ
 He’s showing off and telling everybody he has lots of money.Ej jājjāj im kwaḷọk ke elōñ an ṃanijājjāj
 The Boatswain was telling Father a story about how bad things were for him during the war between the United States and Japan. P978Bojin eo ej bwebwenato ñan Jema kōn an kar nana kōjeien ilo paata eo an kar America im Japan.kōjea-
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tellsAlmighty God our father tells us not to worship idols.Anij Ḷapḷap jemādwōj ej ba jen jab kabuñ ñan anij raṇ.anij raṇ
 He tells laugh-provoking stories.Ekattōñtōñ an bwebwenato.kattōñtōñ
 My critical judgment tells me that your ideas are excellent.Ij reilik-reiṃaan ilowaan naan kaṇe aṃ im kile ke rōṃṃan im weppān.reilik-reiṃaan
telltaleDon't be a snitch. Don't be a telltale.Kwōn jab kūkinaakak (ikkinaakak).kinaak
temperDon't joke with him because he has a short temper.Jab kōjak ippān bwe ebōro-kadu.bōro-kadu
 He has a short temper. That fellow gets angry easily.Ḷeo ejjidimkijkij ṇejidimkij
 He knows how to keep his temper.Ejeḷā kōmmaanwa.kōmmaanwa
 I lost my temper with those drunkards.Ekun ḷaaṃ ippān ri-kadek ro.kun an ḷaaṃ
 They provoked him but he did not lose his temper.Raar kakūtōtōūki ak ear jab kun an ḷaaṃkun an ḷaaṃ
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temperatureWhat is his temperature?Ie joñan bwil ṇe an?bwil
temperedHe is becoming more short tempered as he grows older.Erūttoḷọk im jidimkijḷọk.jidimkij
temporaryA temporary hut to take shelter in when it rains.Ajjuurin kōjato jān wōt.ajjuur
 He putting up a temporary houseEj ajjuuri ṃweeṇajjuur
temptDon't tempt him because he's a family man.Kwōn jab kapoiki bwe ri-baaṃle e.baaṃle
 The devil is always trying to tempt someoneTepiḷ ekkapopo.kapo
temptationLead us not into temptation.Jab kadeḷọñ kōm ilo kapo.kapo
temptationsYou must learn to renounce the temptations of the flesh.Koṃwin katak kaarmejjete kōṇaan ko an kanniōk.kaarmejjet
temptedHe tempted me to smoke.Ear kapouk bwe in kōbaatat.kapo
 He tempted (talked provocatively to) the girl.Ear tepiḷi ledik eo.tepiḷ
tempuraCook those fish tempura styleTeeṃburaik ek kaṇe.teeṃbura
tenThere were ten women who were drawing water.Ekar wōr joñoul kōrā ri-itōk dān.itōk
 I have around ten bags of copra ready to be weighed.Ewōr tarrin jabjet e pāāk in waini repojak in baun.jabjet
 Change the ten dollar bill to dimes.Jāniji joñoul taḷa ṇe ñan jāān dekā joñoul jāān.jāān dekā
 Ring the bell; it's exactly ten o'clockKōjañ peeḷ ṇe bwe ejejjet joñoul awa.jejjet
 There is a little more than ten dollars for my shoes.Ewōr joñan in joñoul jiṃa taḷa wōṇāān juuj e .jiṃa
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tendThose are the men who tend the fish traps.Rūbbwā u ro raṇ.bōbwā
 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-
 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.jepjep
 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.jidik illọk jidik
 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.kietak
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tendedI had to hold onto the teapot, so it wouldn't topple over, and occasionally stir the fire, which tended to die because the firewood was damp. P885Ikar aikuj dāpij tibat eo bwe en jab okjak im pāddo kenọkwōle ḷọk kijeek eo bwe ej itok wōt in mej kōn an ṃōḷauwi kane ko.kenọkwōl
tendencyTheir tendency to always be laid-back prevented them from landing the job.Alebabuier ekōṃṃan bwe ren jab teru ilo jerbal eo.alebabu
 He has a tendency toward melancholy.Ebbūroṃōjṃōj ḷeeṇbūroṃōj
tenderCongress will tender its report today.Koñkōrōj enaaj tilmaake tok riboot eo an rainin.tilmaak
 Don't spank that child because its body is tender.Kwōn jab deñōt ajri ṇe bwe eub ānbwinninub
tendingThe men are tending the traps.Ḷōṃaro rej bōbwā (ebbā).bōbwā
tendsHis expertise tends to make him work alone.An kapeel eitok wōt in kaajerrāiki an jerbal.ajerre
 He tends to limp every time he walks.Eajjukubkub ñe ej etetal.ajjukub
 He tends to lie down more than you.Ealebabuḷọk jān kwe.alebabu
tenseDon't make your arm muscles tense.Jab kakijñeñeik peiṃ.kijñeñe
tentStake down the tent so it won't blow away.Kwōn dumeje eṃ nuknuk ṇe bwe en jab peḷḷọk.dumej
 Let's pitch the tent hereJen kajuur eṃ nuknuk in ijin.eṃ nuknuk
tenthI will leave on the plane shortly after the tenth of this month.Inaaj kālọk joñoul jiṃa raan in allōñ in.jiṃa
 That's his tenth childKein kajoñoul eṇ nejin ajiri.joñoul
termThe "islanders." (generic term referring to the "gentiles" in the Holy Scriptures.)Ri-aelōñ ko.aelōñ
terminateYou should terminate his contract.Kwōn kōjeṃḷọk koontōrāāk eṇ an.jeṃḷọk
terminatedThe contract is terminated.Ejeṃḷọk koontōreak eo.jeṃḷọk
termite-eatenThat table is termite-eaten.Edile ḷọk tebōḷ ṇedile
termsYou're luckier than I am in terms of owning much more land.Eḷap aṃ amṇakḷọk jān ñaamṇak
 He's always talking in terms of cloth for wrapping.Ebbūroojkiki an kōnono.būroojki
terribleThis terrible situation really could have made us all all four of us go crazy. P1023Utaṃwe in ebaj jelōt aolepāmmān wōt jidik.aolep
 How is the sun supposed to come out in this terrible weather," the Boatswain said. P661 when the sun is totally obstructed by storm clouds and is invisibleBwe enaaj ewi wāween an waḷọk aḷ ke ebọṇ ḷam jako lañ,” Bojin eo eba.boṇ
terriblyI'm not terribly excited about this meal.Ej jab po būruō kōn ṃōñā in.jab po bōro
 He was terribly late in going.Elukkuun jọweeje an etal.jọweej
terrifyingThe movie was terrifying.Pija eo eḷap an kaammijak.kaammijak
TerritoryThe Marshalls is in 1965 the easternmost district in the Trust Territory. S1Ṃajeḷ ej tijtūrūk eo reeaar tata ilo Trust Territory.reeaar
testTry to hurry and get the engine ready and test drive it before tomorrow afternoon.” P110Kajjioñ kadede ḷọk aṃ booje injin ṇe im likbade ilju ṃōṃkaj jān raelep.”booj
 How many mistakes did you make on the test?Jete eo aṃ bōd ilo teej eo?bōd
 Let's test our strength and climb.Jero kaddipenpen em tallōñ.dipen
 It sounds good and it doesn’t matter if we don’t test drive this boat because I know it works well. P336Eṃṃan ainikien im āinwōt juon ñe jejab likbade wa in bwe ijeḷā ke eṃṃan an jerbal.jab
 I answered the questions on the test correctlyEjejjet uwaak kajjitōk ko ilo teej eo.jejjet
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TestamentObedience is better than sacrifice (from Old Testament: Samuel to King Saul).Pokake eṃṃan jān katok.pokake
testedThey tested me before I went to school.Raar iaḷan juone ṃokta jān ilān jikuuḷ.iaḷan juon
 Bikini and Einiwetok are where America tested bombs. S1Pikinni im Ānewetak rej ijoko Amedka ear teej baaṃ ie.teej
testingThey are testing the canoe.Rej mālejjoñe wa eṇ.mālejjoñ
 The Boatswain and I will come and find you when we have finished starting and testing the engine.” P281Kōṃro naaj Bojin pukōt waj eok dedeḷọkin aṃro kōjọ im likbade injin e.”kōṃro
testsThe tests have been corrected.Eṃōj aer kajjiṃwe teej.jiṃwe
 The one who corrects tests.Ri-kajjiṃwe teej.jiṃwe
 We often have tests on Friday. We normally have tests on Fridays.Ekkā wōt am teej in Bōḷaide.kōkā
 We often have tests on Friday. We normally have tests on Fridays.Ekkā wōt am teej in Bōḷaide.kōkā
tetherSo the Boatswain pulled up the mast and loosened the tether on the sail and we set sail. P1299Bojin eo ejujen tōbtōb ḷọk ippān kaju eo im jeḷat toon jerak eo im jino jerak.jaḷjaḷ
thanYour pestering is more hideous than his pestering.Kaabwilōñlōñūṃ ekōmatōrtōrḷọk jān kaabwilōñlōñin.abbwilōñlōñ
 I never saw a shier girl than herEjjeḷọk wōt abjein ledik eo.abje
 She's more refusing than beforeEabōblepḷọk jān ṃoktaabōblep
 I think John's dizzier than you but I'm the dizziest of us fourIj ḷōmṇak eaaddeboululḷọk Jọọn jān kwe ak iaaddeboulul tata iaadeañaddeboulul
 No one has greater inalienable rights than anyone else.Ejjeḷọk eṇ eademlōkmejḷọk jān bar juon.addemlōkmej
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ThankHere’s the last one,” the Captain called to us. Thank God!” P756Aḷaḷ eo āliktata ṇe laḷ waj,” Kapen eo ekkūr tok. Mour eo!”ālik
 Thank you,” I said to him and hurried back to the boat, because I knew Father and the Boatswain were still waiting. P267Koṃṃool,” iba ñan e im bwijọkorkor meto ḷọk ñan wa eo bwe ijeḷā ke Jema im Bojin eo erro ej kar kōttar wōt.bwijọkorkor
 They sing and dance for you, and you are expected to stand up and say a few words, and thank them. S4Rej al im eb ñan eok im kwōj aikuj in jutak in jipiij im kaṃṃoolol er.eb
 Thank you very much.Kokanooj in ṃōṃool (eṃṃool).in
 Thank you both,” Father said, but we just had supper.” P183Koṃro eṃṃool,” Jema eba, ak ej kab ṃōj amro kōjota.”kōjota
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ThankfullyThankfully, none of us did. P1024Jeraaṃṃan bwe ekar jab.jeraaṃṃan
ThanksDo you want something more to eat?... Thanks, but I've had enough for now.Kwokōṇaan ke bar ṃōñā? ...Koṃṃool ak ej ja ṃōjja
 Thanks, but no,” Father answered for the two of us. P188Koṃṃool, ak kōṃro ej jab,” euwaak Jema ñan kōṃro.kōṃro
thatThese zoris belong to that ladyAn kōrā eṇ jodi kein.aa-
 Yes, I know that you are my boss and you can handle my request.Aet, ijeḷā ke kwōj bọọj im kwomaroñ kōtōprak aikuj e .aaet
 That was a dynamite of American origin.Abbaan (abbain) Amedka men eo.abba
 I'm dynamiting in your direction while you're dynamiting in that directionIj abbawaj ak kwōn abbaḷọk.abba
 That's just the way I am. I'm funny that wayKar baj abja wōt.abja
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that]I hear around here that you are thinking of sailing to Likiep next week. P76Ij roñ ijekā ke kwōj ḷōmṇak in jerak ḷọkin wiik in ñan Likiep.ijekā
thatawayI saw him there eating as if he's dying of hunger and going thataway.Ieo ij lo an ñabñabḷọk ijieṇḷọk.ñabñab
thatchDo we have enough thatch material to thatch this house?Ebwe ke aj ñan ad kōtake ṃweaj
 Do we have enough thatch material to thatch this house?Ebwe ke aj ñan ad kōtake ṃweaj
 They're making the thatch in the interior of the island.Erraṇ rej kaaj eọọj.aj
 How about if you make the thatch for us.Kwōj ja kaajtok ñan kōjro.aj
 The women are looking for pandanus leaves to thatch this house.Liṃaro rej kōmaañ ajin ṃweoaj
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thatchedThe house has been thatched.Eṃōj kōtake ṃweokōtak
 He's expert in repairing leaky thatched roofsṂōkadein ri-ajuiaak men eṇ.ajuiaak
ThatchingThatching a house is a community project.An aolep armej jerbal kōtak.kōtak
 The thatching of the house is finished.Eṃōj an ṃweo kōtak.kōtak
 The women are gathering pandanus leaves for thatching the house.Liṃaro rej pepel (eppel) aj in ṃweopepel
ThatllThat’ll do, because there’s enough space down here now,” Father said as he started to take apart the pipes. P713Ebwe ṇe bwe emeḷak ije kiiō,” Jema eba im jino jaḷjaḷ baib.meḷak
ThatʻllThat'll do.Ebwe ṇebwe
ThatsThat’s a huge fish.” P1308Ajorṃaan men ṇe.”ajorṃaan
 You are right to call it that since that’s what lies ahead,” the Old Man said looking directly at me. P436Ejiṃwe aṃ likit āt in bwe eñṇe i ṃaan,” ḷōḷḷap eo erre tok im lukkuun kalimjek meja im ba.āt
 Okay, that’s enough of that; let’s just move forward and think about getting ourselves some drinking water,” Father said. P1212Ekwe eṃōj ṇe bwe emoot ḷọk eo kain ak jen ḷōmṇake dānnin idaak,” Jema eba.dān
 Okay, that’s enough of that; you two need to figure out what else we need to prepare on the boat because it’s almost three o’clock,” the Captain said. P403Ekwe ebwe in ak koṃro lukkuun etale ta ej aikuj kōpopo ioon wa in bwe kiin ej etal ñan jilu awa,” Kapen eo eba.etale
 If that’s gas inside the can, why isn’t gasoline spilling out with the boat rolling back and forth like this?” I asked myself. P591“Etke ej lelāle wa in ak ej jab lutōk ḷọk, eḷaññe kiaj men eo kobban?” ikajjitōk ippa make.kajjitōk
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ThatʻsThat's just the way I am. I'm funny that way.Kar baj abja wōt.abja
 That's the refusal of a stubborn person.Abōbin bōt meṇṇe.abōb
 Now that's a genuine expert in the fastening of the sail to the boom.Lukkuun baj ri-aekōrā.aekōrā
 That's theirs.Aerwōj men ṇeaerwōj
 That's the ghost that haunts for the iroojTiṃoṇ eo ej ri-kaaeto ñan irooj raṇ ṇeaeto
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theA Japanese ship sank in the harbor at Likiep.Eaar ruṃḷọk juon tiiṃa in Jepaan eo ilo aba eṇ Likiep.aba
 Likiep has the best anchorage.Eṃṃan tata aba eṇ iarin Likiep.aba
 They made a harbor on the lagoon side of the island.Raar abaiki arin āneoaba
 They made a harbor on the lagoon side of the island.Raar abaiki arin āneoaba
 The American soldiers created a harbor on the lagoon side of this island for our government.Rūttariṇae in Amedka ro raar abaiktok arin aelōñ in ñan kien ṇe ad.aba
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the peopleʻsThe doctors also do not allow Marshallese to treat (patients) by themselves, for the way they prepare medications is unsanitary and also they usurp the people's right to do so. S8Taktō ro rej jab bar kōtḷọk an ri-Ṃajeḷ make wūno bwe ej jab erreo aer kōṃṃan wūno im bar juon eḷap aer bōk maroñ jān armej.kōtḷọk
the shoot downEvery 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.jepjep
 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.jidik illọk jidik
 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.kietak
 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.idaaj bwijen
the groundThe water faucet is flowing on the ground.Eibeeb bọjet eo ṇa ilaḷ.ibeb
theaterThey shoved one another about outside the theater.Raar jipeḷḷọk doon nabōjān ṃōn pija eo.jipeḷḷọk
theatreHe lay face up outside the movie theatre.Ear jālleplep nabōjān ṃōn ṃupi eo.jarleplep
theeThou shalt not make unto thee any graven image. S5Kwōn jab kōṃṃan im jekjek ekjap ñan eok.ekjab
 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image. S5Kwōn jab kōṃṃan im jekjek ekjap ñan eok.jekjek
 Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land that the Lord thy God giveth thee. S5Kwōn kipliie ñan jeṃaṃ im jinōṃ, bwe en to raan ko aṃ ioon āneo Jeova aṃ Anij ej lewōj ñan eok.jema-
 Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land that the Lord thy God giveth thee. S5Kwōn kipliie ñan jeṃaṃ im jinōṃ, bwe en to raan ko aṃ ioon āneo Jeova aṃ Anij ej lewōj ñan eok.jine-
 Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land that the Lord thy God giveth thee. S5Kwōn kipliie ñan jeṃaṃ im jinōṃ, bwe en to raan ko aṃ ioon āneo Jeova aṃ Anij ej lewōj ñan eok.kipliie
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TheirTheir dynamiting is noisy.Ekauwaroñroñ aer abba.abba
 What are their peculiaritiesTa kaṇ abjāer?abja
 You should know you were responsible for people tucking things under their armsKwōnaaj jeḷā bwe kwaar rūkaabōjāje ñan jar kaṇ.abjāje
 They're on their way bring us some apples.Rej etal in kaabōḷtok kijed.abōḷ
 You'll never know the secrets of their spiritual powers.Kwoban jeḷā abnāer.abōn
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theirsThat copra is theirs.Aereañ waini kaṇ.aer
 Why do you say it's theirs?Ta ṇe kwōj ba aer kake?aer
 That's theirs.Aerwōj men ṇeaerwōj
 Our ulcers are worse than theirs.Jaaḷjerḷọkjān er.aḷjer
 Theirs is just a puppy love.Erro ej iọkwe in kij bajjek.iọkwe in kij
themThe giant grabbed the men and lifted them up with his fingers.Ri-maakaiio eo ear addiiki ḷōṃaro im kotak er.addi
 His persuasiveness swayed them into action.Aejemjemin naan ko an ekōṃṃan aer ellowetak.aejemjem
 They're making them noisyRej kaaeñwāwāik er.aeñwāñwā
 When I got back up to the deck I heard the Captain planning out steering duties for the three of them for the night. P536Ke ij tōprak ḷọk ioon teek iroñ an Kapen eo kōppeḷaak ikijjien awaan jebwebwe ko aerjeel Jema im Bojin.aer
 It's the responsibility of the four of them.Aerjeañ jerbal.aerjeañ
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themselvesThere are many who compete among themselves for many things.Elōñ rej aitwe doon kōn elōn men ko.aitwerōk
 They are scrubbing themselves at the lagoon beach.Rej bokwārijet iar.bokwārijet
 They can't agree among themselves.Ereañ ejjab bōro-kuk.bōro-kuk
 Father and the two men saw an opportunity, so they went through the scrap and collected wood and metal for themselves. P18Jema kab ḷōṃarein ruo rōkar lo bwe juon eo iien eṃṃan innem raar jọkpej im aini jet aerjel aḷaḷ kab tiin.jọkpej
 They argued among themselves.Raar juṃaeik doon.juṃae
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themselves forThe doctors also do not allow Marshallese to treat (patients) by themselves, for the way they prepare medications is unsanitary and also they usurp the people's right to do so. S8Taktō ro rej jab bar kōtḷọk an ri-Ṃajeḷ make wūno bwe ej jab erreo aer kōṃṃan wūno im bar juon eḷap aer bōk maroñ jān armej.kōtḷọk
thenBut then, was it their business the three of them?Bwe aerjeel ke jerbal?aerjeel
 They got me distracted and then sneaked out to the bar.Erro ar kōṃad innām ajjiwewe ḷọk ñan ṃōn kadek eo.ajjiwewe
 Wait till it comes within range, then shoot it.Kōttar an allọk em buuki.allọk
 From then on, we stopped cooking rice. P1012 (ammem and kijemmem are (E) first person plural exclusive forms)Jān iien eo im wōnṃaan ḷọk ekar bōjrak ammem kōmat kijemmem raij.am
 Would you then work on my toy canoe to make it fast?Kwōmaroñ ke kab ane tok riwut e waō?an
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ThereThere were lots of experts in dynamiting during Japanese times.Ebooḷ ṇakṇōkin ri-abba raar itok ilo iien Jepaan ko.abba
 You'll know there are boys around because she starts flirting.Kwōjeḷā ke ewōr ḷaddik ijōkaṇe bwe ebar jino abbōjeje.abje
 There are lots of apples on that table over there.Eabōḷe eoon tebōḷ uweo.abōḷ
 There are lots of apples on that table over there.Eabōḷe eoon tebōḷ uweo.abōḷ
 The little lad refused to sing because there were lots of girls there.Likao jidikdik eo ear abwin al kōn an lōñ leddik ijo.abwin
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therebyThis boat is drawing a lot of water (and being impeded thereby).Eḷap an añōt wa in.añōt
thereforeThe acid that's used in batteries is dangerous therefore keep it out of reach of the children.Ekauwōtata ajetin pāātōre innem kōjparoke jān ajiri ro.ajet
 You're an employer of human beings; therefore you must know how to treat your employees as such.Kwe rūkōjerbal armej innem kwōj aikuj jeḷā kuṇaaṃ ñan rijerbal ro aṃ.ri-kōjerbal armej
there—IIs anything wrong down there?”—I was so wound up that I didn’t even know who had asked. P692Eor ke jorrāān ijeṇe?” kōn kar jeparujruj, iñak wōn eo ekar kajjitōk men in.jeparujruj
ThereʻllThere'll always be procrastinators.Eban jab wōr ri-aepādpād.aepedped
theresI said to myself, I don’t believe there’s daylight already.” P221Iba ippa make, Eban ñe eraan.”ban
 There’s no sign of land ahead and it’s going to be a while before we see any,” Father said. P872Jaab ān eo wōt ṇe i ṃaan ak ej ettoḷọk wōt ñan ad maroñ loe,” Jema eba.jaab
 We can put up the sail since there’s so much wind.” P637Jen ḷak jerake wūjḷā ṇe, ekwe eḷap jidik kōto in.”jerak
 There’s really no point in buying Western boats because the materials we need to fix them aren’t even available here. P859Ejej tokjān ad bōbōk tok ak kōṃṃan im wia waad waan pālle bwe eḷaññe rōwōla, ejej kein jerbalier ak kōbwebweier.jerbal
 Do you guys know if there’s any wire on the boat” Father said, the kind that’s really thick?” P731Koṃro jeḷā eor ke wea i wa in?” Jema eba, Kain rot eṇ ekijñeñe.kijñeñe
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ThereʻsThere's a great fearer of ghosts.Abwinmakelep men ṇeabwinmakelep
 There's no current in this lagoon.Ejaje aet lowaan ṃaḷoon āniinaet
 There's arrowroot stalks growing all over the island.Eaetōktōke meḷan āninaetōktōk
 There's more ice on the water this year than last year.Eaiji ḷọk ioon dān iiō in jān iiō eo ḷọkaij
 There's plenty of aikūtōkōd fish at the lagoon side of the island.Eaikūtōkōde arin āninaikūtōkōd
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TheseThese zoris belong to that lady.An kōrā eṇ jodi kein.aa-
 The current flowing into the lagoon between these islets is quite strong.Ekajoor aewaarin kōtaan āne kein.aear
 People from these islandsRi-aelōñ-kein.aelōñ
 All 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
 These things here are more thick and long than those over there.Eaiḷḷip ḷọk men kein jān men kākaṇ.aiḷip
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TheyThey (foursome) were under great pressure staying up to take care of him when he was ill.Eḷap aereañ kar eñtaan im emmej ippān ke ej nañinmej.aa-
 They made a harbor on the lagoon side of the island.Raar abaiki arin āneoaba
 They planted abḷajtiiñ around the house.Raar kaabḷajtiiñi tōrerein ṃweoabḷajtiiñ
 When are they putting the fender on?Renaaj abọiki ñāātabọ
 Be careful they don't pour apples on your head.Lale raabōḷe bōraṃ.abōḷ
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theyʻllWhen it's their turn to work, they'll do their best.Eḷaññe enaaj aerwōj iien jerbal renaaj kate er joñan wōt aer maroñ.aerwōj
 Because they fish with dynamite it means that they'll also kill the fish indiscriminately.Kōnke rej ri-abba, meḷeḷein bwe rej bareinwōt ri-kaajeḷḷā ek.ajeḷḷā
 Stand by because they'll start singing in just a few minutes.Pojak wōt bwe enaaj jino al eṇ aer jet wōt minit jān kiiō.al
 Make a garland with buds so when they bloom they'll fit closer together.Kwōn ḷōḷō albok bwe ren ḷak bōbōl (ebbōl) ekoṇ mejān ut ṇe utūṃ.albok
 They are just going to Hawaii for a while and then they'll come back.Rej ja ilọk ṃokta ñan Awai im naaj bar itok.ja
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TheyʻreThey're used to dynamiting in the evening.Rōkijoñ abba in jota.abba
 They're on their way bring us some apples.Rej etal in kaabōḷtok kijed.abōḷ
 They're fishing for adenpe sharks on the ocean side.Erraṇ rej kaadenpe ilik.adenpe
 They're fishing for adipā not far from shore.Erraṇ rej kaadipā imejān ātātadipā
 They're carrying it in a basket to the house.Rej aduwadoikḷọk ñan ṃweoaduwado
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TheyʻveThey've already lashed the canoe.Ededeḷọk aer inwijete kōrkōr eo.inwijet
 They've been friends since they were young.Raar jerā jān ke rar dik.jerā
 They've already begun building the house.Eṃōj an jino jutak ṃweojutak
 They've gone to do some serious drinking.Emoot ḷōṃaro in kodia.kodia
 They've both gone to fetch us some food.Erro ṃoot in kōṃōñā tok kijedeañ. ṃōñā
thickThese things here are more thick and long than those over there.Eaiḷḷip ḷọk men kein jān men kākaṇ.aiḷip
 That mixture is thick.Ebōjbōj iiōk ṇe aṃ.bōjbōj
 The girl had very thick hairElukkuun bukwekwe bōran ledik eo.bukwekwe
 You cut those potatoes too thick.Eḷap aṃ bukwelepi piteto kaṇe.bukwelep
 The storm clouds are so thick and low one can literally touch them. P740Lañ e jej jipeḷḷọke wōt.jipeḷḷọk
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thickerCook that sap to make it thicker.Kwōn jekajejeik jekaro kaṇe.jekajeje
 And the clouds are getting thicker. P752Ak kōdọ rej mejeḷḷọk wōt.kōdọ
thicknessThe thickness of the boat's bow slows it down.Ailipin bōran wa ṇe ekōbate.aiḷip
thick-skinnedHe didn't feel your stinging remarks as he's quite thick-skinned.Ejab eñjaake naan ko aṃ bwe emejel kilin.mejel kil
thiefThe thief got his index finger smashedRōno im mālij addi-kọọtotin rūkọọt eo.addi-kọọtot
 You tiptoe like a thief.Ajjādikdikūṃ einwōt ajjādikdikin ri-kọọt.ajjādikdik
 It's hard to see a thief sneaking out.Ajjiwewein ri-kọọt epen loe.ajjiwewe
 As I was looking he was aiming to shoot the thief.Iḷak reilọk ej aleje bu eo in itōn buuki ri-kọọt eo.alej
 They hanged the thief from the top of the tree.Raar kaalijāljāle ri-kọọt eo jān raan wōjke eo.allijāljāl
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thievesI caught the chicken thieves last night.Iar jibwe ri-kōbbaoo ro boñ.bao
 Divination was important for medicine, for discovering thieves, and for locating lost objects. S21Bubu eḷap tokjān ñan wūno, ñan kapok ri-kọọt, im ñan kapok men ko rej jako.bubu
thinYou are too thin for your height.Eḷap aṃ ainiñ ñan joñan aitok ṇe aṃ.ainiñ
 What make you so thin?Ta ṇe ear kabbōj eok?bōbōj
 He was so thin I didn't recognize him.Ijakile kōn an bōbōj (ebbōj).bōbōj
 Wear a slip because your dress is thin.Kwōn jemej bwe emāni nuknuk ṇe aṃ.jemej
 You should have the girl wear a slip because her dress is thin.Kwōn kajemeje ledik eṇ bwe emāni nuknuk eṇ an.jemej
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thinerYou're thiner than before.Kobbōjḷọk jān ṃoktabōbōj
thingThe only thing I needed to do was wipe his face with his towel because he was sweating profusely. P1142Men eo de eo iaikuj kar matmate turin mejān kōn tọọl eo an bwe ejiebḷọk kōn menokadu.aikuj
 He is a pack rat -- saves any old thing -- even trash.Earōk menọknọk ḷeeṇarōk menọknọk
 Don't keep on saying the same thing over and over.Eṃōj ṇe aṃ ālijinmenālijinmen
 Hey guys, I almost forgot one thing we still need to do,” the Captain said. P392Ḷōṃa e, ibaj meḷọkḷọk wōt jidik juon men jej aikuj kōṃṃane,” Kapen eo eba.baj
 Deliver that thing to John.Bōkḷamleḷọk men ṇe ñan Jọọn.bōkḷamleḷọk
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thingsMy method of tucking things under the arm is obvious.Eban peljo kaabjājeū.abjāje
 She doesn't know how to tuck things under the arm.Ejaje kaabjāje.abjāje
 It's going to work out, as the guy who's good at tucking things under his arms will help her.Enaaj eṃṃan bwe rūkaabjāje eo eṇ enaaj jipañe.abjāje
 I can't forget the way she tucked things under her arm.Iban meḷọkḷọk abjājein lio.abjāje
 You should know you were responsible for people tucking things under their arms.Kwōnaaj jeḷā bwe kwaar rūkaabōjāje ñan jar kaṇ.abjāje
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thinkWhere do you think we were when our engine went out?” Father asked. P790Kwōj ḷōmṇak jekar tōpar ia ke ej kun injin e admān?” Jema ekajjitōk ippān.ad
 I think John's dizzier than you but I'm the dizziest of us fourIj ḷōmṇak eaaddeboululḷọk Jọọn jān kwe ak iaaddeboulul tata iaadeañaddeboulul
 Do you think this is heaven?Kwōj ḷōmṇak aelōñin-lañ in ke?aelōñin-lañ
 His college degree makes him think he's an important person.An wōr an tiikūri ekaakajeiki an ḷōmṇakakaje
 The insistence of one who can't stop and think.Akweḷapin jaje kōḷmenḷọkjeṇ.akweḷap
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thinkingOkay, start passing boards so we can put them away,” the Captain said after thinking about it. P741Ekwe bar jino jebjeb tok bwe kōjjel bar kọkkọṇkọṇ,” Kapen eo ekar ba ālikin an ḷōmṇak bajjek.bajjek
 After we were finished praying I was going to try to close my eyes and get some sleep but it was really hard because I kept thinking about how that plane had flown right over us but just kept going and didn’t see us. P952Ālikin aṃro jar, iḷak itōn kar kajjioñ kiil meja in mājur elukkuun pen kōn wōt kar ḷōmṇake an baḷuun eo itok iiom tok im etal wōt ak ejab lo kōm.baḷuun
 I am indecisive about saying what I'm thinking aboutIbbōroro in kwaḷọk ḷemṇakbōbōroro
 Some of these questions I was thinking are appropriate for those among us who have knowledge, understanding, and experience with the ocean in our islands, so they can teach others while they still have time. P802Jet kein kajjitōk ij ḷōmṇak rōkkar ñan an ro ilubwilijid eor aer jeḷā, meḷeḷe, im imminene kōn metoin aelōñ kein, bwe ren kwaḷọk mejḷaer kiin ke ej wōr wōt aer iien.bwilji-
 It had been a while, but I knew my thinking was wrong because when Father came out to where I was and saw the same thing, he said, The moon is coming up.” P222Ebaj to ak ijeḷā ke ebōd ḷōmṇak eo bwe Jema ediwōj tok im ḷak baj lo an āindeeo eba, Eiiaḷañe.”diwōj
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thinksAll he thinks about is owning real estate.Ebbwidejdej ḷōmṇak kaṇ an.bwidej
 That man thinks only of money.Ḷeeṇ ejjāānān.jāān
 He thinks he's God's gift to women.Emejpata ḷeeṇmejpata
thinnerShe's much thinner than before.Eḷap an ainiñḷọk jān ṃoktaainiñ
 Where are the containers of paint thinner?" Father asked. P410Ak erki tāāñin peinael ko?” Jema ebar kajjitōk.peinael
thirdThe 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
 Jesus rose from the dead on the third dayJijej ear jerkakpeje ilo raan eo kein kajilu.jerkakpeje
 This is the third year I've worked there.Kein kajilu in iiō in jerbal.jilu
 Christ fulfilled his word when he rose on the third dayKūraij ear kaṃool naan eo an ke ear jerkakpije ilo raan eo kein kajilu.kaṃool
 The third.Kein kajilu.kein
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thirstOne of the men who got lost died from thirst.Juon iaan ri-jebwābwe ro ear maro im mej.jebwābwe
 They didn't give the prisoner any water to drink and so he died of thirst.Raar jab ṇalimen ri-kalbuuj eo innem ear mej kōn an maro.ṇalimen
thirstyGive him water to drink because he's thirsty.Kaidaake bwe emaro.idaak
 I'm thirsty from having eaten salt.Imaro kōn kar ṃōñā jọọḷ.maro
 I keep on being thirsty because I ate salt.Immaroro kōn kar ṃōñā jọọḷ.maro
 By now we were all extremely thirsty because there was almost no water left and we could each only take a drink once per day. P1185Kiin kōmmān lukkuun maro bwe kōn an dik dān eo, juon wōt alen idaak ilo juon raan.maro
 They made the prisoner thirsty.Raar kamarouk ri-kalbuuj eo.maro
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thirteenHe's almost thirteen years old.Ṃōttan wōt jidik ejoñouljilu an an iiō.joñoul jilu
 They divided their catch, and each of them got thirteen fishRaar ajeji ek ko koṇāer im aolep rej kajjoñouljilu kijen.joñoul jilu
thirtiethThey are contributing thirty dollars for their thirtieth wedding anniversary.Rej kajjilñuul taḷa ñan iiō in ṃare in aerro kein kajilñuul.jilñuul
thirtyI estimated they had been gone for about thirty minutes. P1254Iḷak aṇtọọne ḷọk ekar or jilñuul minitin aerro kar jako.aṇtọọn
 They are contributing thirty dollars for their thirtieth wedding anniversary.Rej kajjilñuul taḷa ñan iiō in ṃare in aerro kein kajilñuul.jilñuul
 One thirty,” he answered. P363Juon awa jimettan,” euwaak tok.jimattan
thirty-fourThere are thirty-four islands in the Marshalls: eighteen islands in the Rālik and sixteen in the Ratak. S1Eor jilñuul-emān aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ: joñoul-rualitōk aelōñ in Rālik im joñoul-jiljino aelōñ in Ratak.Ṃajeḷ
thirty-someThe Boatswain was a little younger than Father, who was thirty-some years old. P38Bojin eo edikḷọk wōt jidik jān Jema eo me eor jilñuul jiṃa an iiō.dik
thisThe American soldiers created a harbor on the lagoon side of this island for our government.Rūttariṇae in Amedka ro raar abaiktok arin aelōñ in ñan kien ṇe ad.aba
 What's impeding the progress of this boatTa in ej kaabore an wa in etal?abor
 This graveyard is eerie.Ekaabwinmakeke wūleej in.abwinmake
 A great fearer of the dark from this islandAbwinmakelepin aelōñ in.abwinmakelep
 Alright, 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
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ThomasI think Bill is more fearful than Thomas.Ij ḷōmṇak Piiḷ eajineañro ḷọk jān Toṃaaj.ajineañro
thornI've got a thorn in my hand.Eṃake peiū.ṃake
thornsDon't climb that tree because it has lots of thorns.Jab tallōñe wōjke ṇe bwe ekkālōklōk.kālōklōk
 They crowned him with thorns.Raar kōkālōklōke bōran.kālōklōk
 Don't walk under pandanus trees for there are thorns all over the place.Jab etetal iuṃwin bōb bwe eṃṃakeke.ṃake
thoroughḶōlwōj's watching birds to locate their roost is quite thorough.Akadein Ḷōlwōj ebwe an tiljek.akade
 Make him go around it again so we can be sure our inspection is thorough.Kwōn kaitūrrọọle bwe jen lōke ke etiljek ad kar etale.itūrrọọl
thoroughlyThe trees got thoroughly scorched Eaerar keinikkan ḷam jako.aerar
 You did not clean up the grounds thoroughly.Ejālōt aṃ rakij meḷaṇ in.jālōt
ThoseThose are our things.Ad men kaṇe.ad
 Gather those coconutsKwōn aini waini kaṇe.ae
 His appearance was like those people who when they talk, everyone listens and believes what they say. P60Epao tokin kain eṇ eaejemjem.aejemjem
 Put Aelōñkein bananas in those large food baskets.Aelōñkeini tok kobban kilōk kaṇe.Aelōñ-kein
 Those children are awfully noisy.Eḷap an aeñwāñwā ajri raṇ.aeñwāñwā
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ThouThou 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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thoughThere 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
 But when we looked all around and observed the sky, there was no sign of rain, though even so we got containers ready so we could catch rain water, just in case. P1016Ak jeḷak toor mejād im waate tok turin lañ, ej jañin kar ḷōmṇak in wōt, meñe eṃōj ammān kōppojak kein ammān naaj kar bọbo dānnin wōt.bọbo
 So much so that even though he hadn't finished his cigarette, he threw it away and lit up another. P881Joñan, ej jañin kar maat wōt jikka eo kijen ak ejibwe im kadkad to ḷọk eake ak ebar tile juon.eake
 The Boatswain went up as he was told, even though it was obvious he didn’t want to. P916Bojin eo ejujen wanlōñ āinwōt an ba, meñe ekar jab aelọk an jab itok-limoin eake men eo.itok-limoin
 So even though we had a lot of rice and flour, we didn’t use any because we didn’t have enough fresh water to cook with. P1017Ej ja āindeeo an kar ḷap raij im pilawā eo kijemmān ak rōban jerbal kōn wōt an kar jabwe dānnin idaak ñan kōmat.jabwe
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thoughtI thought you were on one of the small islands.” P72Ña ij ba kwopād i aetọ.aetọ
 Father thought for a long time, but because the two men continued to insist, he said he would try. P21Eto an Jema ḷōmṇak ak ke ḷōṃaro ruo rōkar akweḷap wōt, ekar ba ke enaaj kajjioñ.akweḷap
 The caretaker's descendants thought they truly owned the land they were staying on.Ro jibwin ri-alal eo raar ḷōmṇak lukkuun aer bwidej eo rej jokwe ie.alal
 I heard a noise and looked over to where I thought it had come from. P1039Iroñ ainikien eo im ḷak lukkuun alluwaḷọke ḷọk ijo ej itok jāne.alluwaḷọk
 Because the missionaries thought that Marshallese medicine involved sorcery, they were not very happy to permit people to use it. S8Kōn an kar mejinede ro ḷōmṇak bwe wūno in Ṃajeḷ ej jerbal kōn anijnij, raar jab kanooj ṃōṇōṇō in kōtḷọk an armej kōjerbale.anijnij
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thoughtfulThe children of the old couple aren't very thoughtful of their parents.Ajiri raṇ nejin ritto raṇ rejaje kuṇaer.jaje kuṇaa-
 That boy is not thoughtful of his parents.Ḷadik eṇ ejaje kuṇaaṇ ñan jinen im jemān.jaje kuṇaa-
 You sure are thoughtful.Kwōmake jeḷā kuṇaaṃ.jeḷā kuṇaa-
thoughtsWhat are your thoughts now that there is land up ahead?” P1238Ke ān eo ṇe i ṃaan, ta aṃ ḷōmṇak kiiō?”ke
 I can say now that the whole time we were praying, the two of us felt a sense of peace and calmness in our thoughts. P950Imaroñ ba kiin ke iien otemjej ke kōṃro Jema kar jar, kōṃro jimor kōn eñjake an aenōṃṃan im jokane tok ḷōmṇak ko aṃro.jokane
thousandMake the count two thousand.Kwōn karuorape bōnbōn ṇeruorap
 There are in 1965 about eighteen thousand people in the Marshalls today. S3Eor tarrin joñoul rualitōk taujin armej ilo Ṃajeḷ rainin.tarrin
thousand-dollarTheir thousand-dollar goal was reached.Ejaak tọujin eo raar kōttōpare.jaak
thrashedI watched the two of them try to treat the Captain as he thrashed around. P1165Ikar erre lọk wōt im lale aerro kōṃadṃōde Kapen eo ke ej iñiñtōk ijo.ṃadṃōd
threadThe thread is unsnarled.Emejaḷjaḷ ḷọk tōrej eṇ.mejaḷ
 The thread is always tangled.Ekijoñ pepokpok (eppokpok) tōrej eo.pok
 The thread is tangled.Epok tōrej eo.pok
 If there is, well then we can try to thread it through the pipes and clean them that way.” P732Eḷaññe eor ekwe jemaroñ kajjioñ wekar buḷōn baib im karreoiki.”wākar
threateningThe weather seems to be threatening.Āinwōt enana taṃṃwin lañ.nana taṃṃwi-
threeWhen I got back up to the deck I heard the Captain planning out steering duties for the three of them for the night. P536Ke ij tōprak ḷọk ioon teek iroñ an Kapen eo kōppeḷaak ikijjien awaan jebwebwe ko aerjeel Jema im Bojin.aer
 But then, was it their business the three of them?Bwe aerjeel ke jerbal?aerjeel
 It's obvious that the three of them are industrious.Ealikkar aerjeel niknik.aerjeel
 Their wish (the wish of the three of them) came true.Kōṇaan eo aerjeel etōprak.aerjeel
 Let's (us three) go look for alu shells to make head leis.Kōjjel ilān kaalutok kein ad kōṃṃan ṃarṃaralu
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three/youYou three/you all and Tony and who else?Koṃjel/koṃeañ Tony āt eo?āt
ThresherThresher sharkPako tọrtọr.tọrtọr
threwHe threw sand in the man's hair.Ear boke bōran likao eo.bokbok
 I'm surprised at how often the pitcher threw wildlyIbwilōñ an bōbooror (ebbooror) pijja eo.boor
 As he spoke he threw the tiller, steering the boat right toward the middle of the pass. P503Ej kōnono wōt ak ejoto ḷọk jila eo bwe en bwābwe wa eo ñan to eo; wa eo ekar kaiok ḷọk wōt lukoḷpān to eo im etal.bwābwe
 I spotted a nail on the deck so I picked it up and threw it at the fish. P388Ilo juon dila ioon teek im jibwe tok im kade.dila
 So much so that even though he hadn't finished his cigarette, he threw it away and lit up another. P881Joñan, ej jañin kar maat wōt jikka eo kijen ak ejibwe im kadkad to ḷọk eake ak ebar tile juon.eake
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thrillIt is such a thrill to ride on a boat with a sail. P856Lukkuun juon eṇ mejatoto ekōbbōkakkak ñe jej uwe ioon wa lewūjḷā.kōbbōkakkak
thrilledThe news thrilled meNaan eo ekāiruji lọjiō.iruj lọjie-
 The news thrilled meNenaan (Ennaan) eo ekāiruji lọjiō.iruj lọjie-
throatMy throat hurts from my coughing.Emetak būruō kōn pokpok.bōro
 The Captain cleared his throat but then was silent and didn’t say anything. P782Kapen eo emmelkwarkwar bajjek ijo im ḷak kar jillọk im lōr.lur
 Maybe the whiskey you drank got your throat clogged up.Bōlen wōjke eo kwaar ilimi ekamelkwarkware būruoṃ.melkwarkwar
 Take medicine before you start getting phlegm in your throat.Idaak wūno ṃokta jān an (m)melkwarkwar būruoṃ.melkwarkwar
 My throat hurts from its raspiness.Emetak būruō kōn memelkwarkwar (emmelkwarkwar).memelkwarkwar
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throngThe throng was taking an evening stroll on the beach.Jar ko wōj raṇ rej aḷkōnar ioon bok.aḷkōnar
throughThey allowed him to peek through the fence.Raar kaalimōmōūki ikōtaan oror ko.allimōmō
 The boat cuts through the water beautifully.Wa ṇe ḷe eate.at
 Take a look at the boat through the binoculars.Baiklaaje tok ṃōk wa eṇ.baiklaaj
 We are about to go through the pass.” P502Jej wawōj in buñlik kiin.”buñlik
 When the boat made it through the pass and into the open ocean Father came up from the engine room. P525Ej buñlik wōt wa eo im pād i lik ak ewaḷọk tok Jema jān iṃōn injin eo.buñlik
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throughoutThere are Marshallese scattered throughout HawaiiEor jejjojo ri-Ṃajeḷ Awai.jejjo
throwI'm so dizzy I want to throw upBaj addeboululū ke itōn eṃṃōj.addeboulul
 Don't throw garbage there or you'll attract sharks.Jab kwōpejpej jeṇe bwe enaaj aṃaṃ.aṃaṃ
 Throw chum toward the east while I throw chum toward the west.Kaaṃaṃ tawaj bwe ij kaaṃaṃ to.aṃaṃ
 Throw chum toward the east while I throw chum toward the west.Kaaṃaṃ tawaj bwe ij kaaṃaṃ to.aṃaṃ
 Get yourself something so we can throw at that bird.Kwōn kappok buoṃ bwe jen kad bao eṇ.bo
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throwingI'm throwing stones repeatedly at him to catch his attention.Ij ajjikadeḷọk bwe en reitok.ajjikad
 Keep throwing stones at him and he'll get angry.Kwōnaaj ajjikade bajjek innām ellu.ajjikad
 They're throwing chum there before they fish.Rej ane ijeṇ ṃokta jān aer eọñōd.ane
 What's that you're throwing downTa ṇe kwōj ekbabe?ekbab
 Let's the two of us go have a throwing contestKōjro etal in kajjimaroñroñ.jimaroñ
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throwing-stonesYou're sure clumsy at gathering throwing-stones.Kwōmake ñak ruk-bo.ruk-bo
thrownIf I had been slow I would have been thrown against the wall of the boat. P600Ñe ikar ruṃwij inaaj kar patpat ṇa i kiin wa eo.kii-
 The other one was thrown down hard.Eḷap an kar patpat ḷeo juon ṇai laḷ.patpat
throw-nettingI saw him throw-netting at the northern end of the island.Iar lo an kadkad ajokḷā iōñ.ajokḷā
throwsIt can't be him since he never throws stones repeatedly at others.Eban e bwe ejaje ajjikad.ajjikad
thuddingDon't keep on making that thudding noiseKwōn jab pipurukruk (ippurukruk).puruk
thumbMy thumb.Addi lepin peiū.addi-lep
 My thumb (or big toe).Addi lepū.addi-lep
 The electric saw sawed off the carpenter's thumb.Jidpān jarom eo ejidpāne addi-lepān kaaṃtō eo.addi-lep
 Could you put a thumb on the doll for her?Kwōmaroñ ke addi-lepe ḷọk tọọḷe ṇe nejin?addi-lep
 Have they put a thumb on the statue?Renañin kaadi-lepe ke ekjab eṇ?addi-lep
thunderThere was lots of thunder last night.Eḷap an kar jourur boñ.jourur
thunderingIt kept lightning and thundering all night (last night).Eḷap an kar ejjaromrom im joururi boñ.jourur
 It kept thundering all (last) nightEḷap an kar joururi boñ.jourur
thusMy wife's cooking is very delicious and thus satisfyingEkōmatmat an kōrā e riū kōmat.mat
 He would have won if his sail hadn't been torn, thus making him bring up the rearEnāj kar wiin ak wōjḷā eo an ekapidikkeiki.piditte
thwartedShe said no and thwarted his desires.Eba jaab em kadikāāḷāḷ kōṇaan ko an.dikāāḷāḷ
thyThou 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
 Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land that the Lord thy God giveth thee. S5Kwōn kipliie ñan jeṃaṃ im jinōṃ, bwe en to raan ko aṃ ioon āneo Jeova aṃ Anij ej lewōj ñan eok.jema-
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tickleDon't tickle my side.Kwōn jab kaarrukwikwiik katū.arrukwikwi
 Don't tickle the baby because it is ticklish.Kwōn jab kūrkūre niñniñ ṇe bwe ekkilparakrōk.kūrkūr
ticklishMy leg is ticklish.Ekilperakrōk neō.kilperakrōk
 Don't tickle the baby because it is ticklish.Kwōn jab kūrkūre niñniñ ṇe bwe ekkilparakrōk.kūrkūr
tideWe're bound to be lucky when we fish with a surrounding net on a dark night with the tide coming in.Eban jab jeraaṃṃan ad eọñōd ilo aejekin ibwijtok.aejek
 It's better that we tow it when the tide is ebbing.Ekkar bwe jen akekein pāātḷọk.akake
 The tide is just right for spear fishing on the reef.Eṃṃan bōkā in ñan aubō.aubō
 We thought the tide was low but when we got to the opening it was still high tide.Kōmbaab epāāt ak kōm ḷak etal ñan mejje eo ej tūkōk wōt.baab
 We thought the tide was low but when we got to the opening it was still high tide.Kōmbaab epāāt ak kōm ḷak etal ñan mejje eo ej tūkōk wōt.baab
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tidiedShe has tidied up the house.Eṃōj an karōk lowaan ṃweokōkar
tieI asked him to tie the sail to the gaff for me.Iaar kajjitōk bwe en aeṃaane tok wōjḷā eo ñan ñaaeṃaan
 Tie that line well.Boḷane to ṇeboḷan
 He is the one who can tie securellyRi-bolōn eo ṇeboḷan
 Your knot; your tying of a knot; how you tie a knot, or how you tie a rope.Boojaṃ.booj
 Your knot; your tying of a knot; how you tie a knot, or how you tie a rope.Boojaṃ.booj
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tiedThe ship is tied up at the end of the pier.Wa eo eṇ eatartar ṃaan wab.atartar
 You tied the rope loosely.Ebooḷoḷ aṃ kar lukwōj to eo.booḷoḷ
 She tied her hair in a knot before cooking.Lio ear bujeke bōran ṃokta jān an kōṃṃan ṃōñābujek
 You tied it very tight.Eḷap an dim aṃ kar lukwōje.dim
 He climbed the tree with his ankles tied.Ear entouk ni.ento
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tigersThere are tigers all over the African jungles.Ettaikōkō buḷōn mar in Abdika.taikō
tightMy trousers are too tight.Eḷap an aer jedọujij e .aer
 You made my trousers too tight.Eḷap aṃ kar kōbab jedọujij e .bab
 My trousers are too tight.Eḷap an bab jedọujij e.bab
 She always sews things too tight.Eḷap an kōbabbab an keke nuknuk.bab
 Tie it up tight.Kwōn booje bwe en pen.booj
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TightenTighten the bolt.Kapenḷọk jikūru ṇejikūru
 Tighten the lukwar because it's loose.Kwōn lukwōje lukwar ṇe bwe erōḷọk.lukwar
tightenedThe bolt has been tightened.Ejikūru jikūru eo.jikūru
 You should have the bolt tightened.Kwōn jikūruikḷọk jikūru ṇejikūru
tightlyYou didn't close that window tightly.Ejọkoṇ aṃ kar kōṃṃane wūntō eṇ.jọkoṇ
 Make sure you bind them tightly so they don’t come untied,” the Captain said. P685Lukkuun lukwōji bwe ren pen ippān doon im jab mejaḷ ḷọk,” Kapen eo eba.lelok
 Hold it tightly and make it fit together more tightly (from a chant referring to the lashing of a canoe).Kōkki im kōmājojoiki.mājojo
 Hold it tightly and make it fit together more tightly (from a chant referring to the lashing of a canoe).Kōkki im kōmājojoiki.mājojo
 Make sure you bind them tightly so they don’t come untied,” the Captain said. P685Lukkuun lukwōji bwe ren pen ippān doon im jab mejaḷ ḷọk,” Kapen eo eba.mejaḷ
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tillInalienable. Ours till deathAd ñan mej.ad
 Let's wait till it cools off first.Kōjro ej ja kaaemed ṃōṃkajaemed
 Wait till it's lost its way before breaking out the aḷeḷeKoṃwin kōttar an ajilowōd im aḷeḷeiki.ajilowōd
 Wait till it comes within range, then shoot it.Kōttar an allọk em buuki.allọk
 I'm going to wait till I'm really dying before having a cigarette.Ij kaañūrñūr ṃokta im ḷak ṃōj, kōbaatat.añūr
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tillerAs he spoke he threw the tiller, steering the boat right toward the middle of the pass. P503Ej kōnono wōt ak ejoto ḷọk jila eo bwe en bwābwe wa eo ñan to eo; wa eo ekar kaiok ḷọk wōt lukoḷpān to eo im etal.bwābwe
 The Captain cast the tiller to the south and the boat, which was advancing slowly but steadily to the north, turned downwind P908Kapen eo ejo rōkeañ ḷọk jila eo im wa eo, ke ekar baj kipeddikdik niñeañ ḷọk, ejaaḷ im kabbwe bōran im jitōñ kapilōñ.jaaḷ
 Mr. 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
 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
 The boat's tiller has been installed.Eṃōj kōḷaak jila eo an booj eo.jila
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timberThere's timber strewn all over the island as a result of the big storm.Eaḷaḷe meḷan ānin jān kōto ḷapḷap eo.aḷaḷ
 All of this house's pillars are made of breadfruit timber.Aolep jurōn ṃwiin kōṃṃan jān .joor
timbersPut up (stand) those timbers.Kajuurōk aḷaḷ kaṇe.joor
timeHere comes the one who bothers people all the time.Ri-kaabwilōñlōñ eo ṇe tok.abbwilōñlōñ
 You can call me when it’s time for us to go.” P151Kwōn kab kūr ñe iien arro etal.”ad
 When he returned after being absent for some time, he seemed more American.Epād im ḷak jāde tok, eri-aelōñin pālle.aelōñin pālle
 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
 You know, it’s like how the planes are flying above this island all the time, the noise makes me want to go crazy.” P199Dedeen ke eḷak ekkāke baḷuun i mejatoto ioon aelōñ in, jeitan wūdeakeak kōn ainikiier.”ainikie-
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timesThere were lots of experts in dynamiting during Japanese times.Ebooḷ ṇakṇōkin ri-abba raar itok ilo iien Jepaan ko.abba
 At 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
 That anvil has been around since the German times.Aṃbōḷin iien ko jāmne men ṇeaṃbōḷ
 I said I would just be the cabin boy and bail at times when there was a lot of water in the boat. P30Ña iba inaaj buwae bajjek im ānen ilo iien rot eṇ eḷap dān i lowa.buwae
 Don't speak the fish too many times or it will spoil.Kwōn jab dibdibōje ek ṇe bwe enaaj nana.debdeb
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timidThe timid are coming.Ajineañro raṇe tok.ajineañro
TimojHow are Timoj and Ali related?Rej teek doon Tiṃōj im Aḷi?tee-
tinYou might not hammer the tin properly; especially since you've never once used a hammer before.Emaroñ bōd kilen aṃ aṃaiktok tiin ṇe; en kab baj ke kwōj jañin kar aṃa juon alen.aṃa
 Bring a piece of tin to protect this fire.Bōktok juon tiin in bọtouk kijek e.bọto
 Bend the tin (roofing) this way.Kwōn kubōltok tiin ṇekukbōl
 This house is full of cans. This house smells like tin cansEokkuwatwat ṃwiinkuwat
 Okay,” I said and went back inside where the tin of biscuits was. P961Ekwe,” iba im bar mọọn ḷọk i lowa im jibadek ḷọk tiinin petkōj eo.mọọn
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tinkerHe landed next to the engine and started to tinker with some things on the side of it. P615Ej jok wōt turin injin eo ak eṃōkaj im kōṃadṃōde jet men i kōjaan injin eo.kōja
tinnedI didn’t know if you guys were going to want to eat; our family had rice and tinned meat for supper,” the old man said. P189Bwe jejaje koṃro en kar kōṇaan ke ṃōñā, ke raij im kuwat kōjota e am iṃwiin,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.jaje
tinyIn the Marshalls, because the islets are so tiny and there isn’t space for animals, there are no large animals. S23Ilo Ṃajeḷ, kōn an iddik āne ko ie im jabwe jikin men in mour, ejjeḷọk men in mour eḷḷap.jabwe
 Just drink a tiny bit of that and you'll die.Idaak wōt jibbūñ in men ṇe em kwōmej.jibbūñ
 Eat just a tiny bit of that fish and you'll be poisoned.Jibbūñ wōt aṃ ṃōñā jān ek ṇe ak kwokadōk.jibbūñ
 The breadfruit has been cur/torn into tiny piecesEjjiniñniñ eo.jiniñniñ
 Who cut/tore the breadfruit into tiny bitsWōn ṇe ear kajjiniñniñ ṇejiniñniñ
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tipWhen I try to, it's hard to stand on the tip of my toes.Iḷak itōn kajjioñ epen ajjuknene.ajjuknene
 As I looked over toward the island I saw a huge cloud of smoke rising up from the foliage on the northern tip of the island. P1244Iḷak baj erre āne ḷọk ilo juon deppin baat ej jutak lōñ ḷọk jān keinikkan i jabōn ān eo tu eōñ.depdep
tipñōlThe tipñōl will need a sail to go anywhere.Naaj aikuj ṇawōjḷāān tipñōl ṇe bwe en maroñ jejrakrōk.ṇawōjlāān
tippingThe canoe is tipping.Eām wa eo.ām
 It was a well coordinated action the way he was tipping over and working very hard to bring in the fish. P1310Āinwōt euñkipden an oḷọk eake im kōṃadṃōde lōñ tak ek eo.uñkipden
tiptoeYou tiptoe like a thief.Ajjādikdikūṃ einwōt ajjādikdikin ri-kọọt.ajjādikdik
 You make him tiptoe up to him.Kwōn kaajādikdikiḷọk ñan ippān.ajjādikdik
tiptoedShe tiptoed up to me and startled me.Ear ajjādikdiktok em kailbōk .ajjādikdik
tiptoesHe stood on tiptoes in order to see.Ear ajjuknene em alwōj.ajjuknene
tirePump up that bicycle tire because there is only a little air in it.Kwōn baṃe neen baajkōḷ ṇe bwe edik kūtuōn.baṃ
 Pump up that bicycle tire because there is only a little air in it.Kwōn baṃe neen baajkōḷ ṇe bwe edik kūtuon.baṃ
 Her/his vehicle always has a flat tire.Ejjepdakdak neen wa eṇ waan.jepdak
 Let it tire before you haul it in.Kaddejdeje ṃokta jān aṃ tōbwe.kaddejdej
tiredStop dangling on my back because I'm tired.Eṃōj ṇe aṃ allitoto ilikū bwe ikajjinōk.allitoto
 I importuned him so much that I got tired, but he didn't answer.Iar añōtñōt ñane im ṃōk ak ear jab uwaak.añōtñōt
 Work and when you're tired, I'll work.Kwōn jerbal em ḷak ṃōk, baj ñabaj
 And as I thought about it, I started to get tired. P553Ibajjek ḷōmṇak ijo innem ijujen wōt im mejki.bajjek
 I'm tired of treading water.Iṃōk in bwijiaea.bwijeae
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tiresAlfred is someone who seldom tires.Alfred ej juon ri-jakkijeje.jakkijeje
 He won the long distance run because he seldom tires.Ear maroñ wiin ilo ettōr aetok eo kōn an jakkijeje.jakkijeje
 He is the one who always tires the fish before hauling it in.Ri-kaddejdej eo ṇe ñe ej eọñwōd.kaddejdej
tiringBe careful while tiring the fish so it won't get entangled with a coral head.Kōjparok aṃ kadejdeje ek ṇe bwe en jab ḷorakkaddejdej
TitleTitle of male in ātōk rank.Ḷeātōktōkātōk
 Title of female in ātōk rank.Liātōktōk.ātōk
to These zoris belong to that lady.An kōrā eṇ jodi kein.aa-
 They (foursome) were under great pressure staying up to take care of him when he was ill.Eḷap aereañ kar eñtaan im emmej ippān ke ej nañinmej.aa-
 They're used to dynamiting in the evening.Rōkijoñ abba in jota.abba
 She doesn't know how to tuck things under the arm.Ejaje kaabjāje.abjāje
 I like the way you tuck that basket under your arm. It's okay for you to carry that basket under your arm.Eṃṃan aṃ abjājeiki iep ṇe aṃ.abjāje
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to theEvery 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.jepjep
 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.jidik illọk jidik
 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.kietak
 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.idaaj bwijen
TobaccoTobacco from America.Jepaake in Amedka.jepaake
 We share tobacco.Jepaake jaake.jepaake
 They are looking for tobacco.Rej kōjepaake.jepaake
todayIt is so hot today it gives me a lethargic feeling.Eḷap an bwil rainin im kaaddiṃakokoik .addiṃakoko
 I'm sluggish today and don't feel like working.Eḷap addiṃakoko rainin im iabwin jerbal.addiṃakoko
 The current is moving easterly in your (the person spoken to) direction today.Eaetakwaj rainiin.ae
 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
 Today is cooler than yesterday.Aemedin rainiin eṃṃan ḷọk jān inne.aemed
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TodaysToday’s tasks were completed speedily because the people did them together.Jerbal ko an rainiin ear ṃōkaj aer tōprak kōn an kar armej ro almaroñi.almaroñ
todayʻsTheir way of carrying things in a basket, today's Marshallese women, that is.Aduwadoier, kōrāān Ṃajeḷ in raan kein.aduwado
 He spoke out against today's people procrastinating.Ear kōnono ṇae aepādpādin armejin raan kein.aepedped
 The taste of today's ajbwirōk pandanus is not as good as in the day of Ḷañinni (Ḷañinni was the first prehistoric chief that can be traced back from whom descendants of the present day Kabua chiefly lineage originated.)Ajbwirōkin raan kein ejjab einwōt raan ko an ḶañinniAjbwirōk
 Today's sermon was to solicit additional contributions.Kwaḷọk eo an rainiin ej kein kaallōñiju.allōñ iju
ToddyToddy always slurs his speech.Jimañūñ eban jab kaaplouk an kōnnaan.aplo
 The coconut tree of Tony's doesn't make much toddy.Ejetāāñ ni in jekaro en an Tony.jatāāñ
 The coconut tree that I have for making fresh toddy produced less than expected.Ni jekaro eṇ ejetāāñ.jatāāñ
 The boys were stealing toddy.Ḷadik ro raar kōjedān.jedān
 One who steals toddy.Ri-kōjedān.jedān
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toeMy big toe.Addi lepin neō.addi-lep
 My thumb (or big toe).Addi lepū.addi-lep
 My toe nail is broken off.Ejar akkiin neō.akkiin ne
 The bad guys plucked out the prisoners' toe nailsRi-nana ro raar tūṃwi akkiin neen ri-kalbuuj ro.akkiin ne
toenailsS/he's got no fingernails or toenails at all.Ejjeḷọk akūkin ñan jidik.akūk
 My toenails have come off.Etūṃ akūkin neō.akūk
 Who painted the girl's fingernails and toenails?Wōn eṇ ear unooke akūkin ledik eṇ?akūk
toesMy toes are muddy.Epedkat addiin neō.addi
 When I try to, it's hard to stand on the tip of my toes.Iḷak itōn kajjioñ epen ajjuknene.ajjuknene
 He always wiggles his toes.Aolep iien ej kabbōōlōl neen.bōbōōlōl
togetherAlright, 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
 Gather the breadfruit together.Kwōn ainḷọk kaṇe ṇa ippān doon.ain
 Please put together a flower bud wreath for my girlfriend.Alboketok ṃōk juon wūtin ledik eṇ jera.albok
 Make a garland with buds so when they bloom they'll fit closer together.Kwōn ḷōḷō albok bwe ren ḷak bōbōl (ebbōl) ekoṇ mejān ut ṇe utūṃ.albok
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toiletThey're hoarding toilet paperRej kọkkoṇkoṇ pijin kwiir.kọkkoṇkoṇ
TokeʻsThey launched Toke's boat.Raar bwilli waan Toke.bwil
toldHe stays in the sun until he's told to stop.Ej aḷkwōjejeḷọk ñan ṇe rōba en bōjrak.aḷkwōjeje
 I tried to ignore how heavy the bucket was as I lifted it up and emptied it where he had told me to. P649Ikōjekdọọn an dedo im kate kotak bakōj eo im lutōke ṇa ijo ekar ba.dedo
 He told us to finish the fish because they were too few to be left for the next day.Ear ba kōmin kañ ek ko bwe ekin boñ jab lo raan.ekin boñ jab lo raan
 I was told to bring this letter to the Captain of this boat for him to take to Likiep,” he said. P309Raar ba in bōk tok lōta e ñan Kapen ṇe an wa ṇe bwe en ektake ñan Likiep ,” eba.ektak
 As he handed me the bucket, he told me to hold on because there was a big wave coming our way. P610Ke ej letok bakōj eo eba in dāpdep bwe juon eo ṇo eibeb tok.ibeb
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TōḷeiḷaTōḷeiḷa was a woman with very loose morals.Tōḷeiḷa ear kōrā rot eṇ ekanooj in kijoñ. kijoñ
tomThe peeping tom was apprehended.Rejibwe ri-allimōmō eo.allimōmō
 Tom was one of them who didn't catch any fish using the bottom fishing method.Tom ej ṃōttan ri-eolaḷ ro ekkar ejjeḷọk koṇāer.eolaḷ
 John is more fearless than Tom.John ejāmmijakjak ḷọk jān Tom.jāmmijakjak
 Fetch Tom to gut the turtle because he's good at it.Pukōt tok Tọọṃ bwe en jitōke wōn eṇ bwe ejeḷā.jejetōk
tombsKings' tombs are taboo.Emọṇmọṇ lōb in irooj.mọṇmọṇ
tombstoneWho made the tombstone on that grave?Wōn eṇ ear kōṃṃane jebwe eṇ an lōb eṇ?jebwe
tomorrowAlright, 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
 They will get us some Aij pandanus tomorrow.Renaaj kaaij tok ilju.Aij
 I'll transport the copra to the shed tomorrow.Inaaj aljike waini ñan ṃōn waini eṇ ilju.aljek
 All those afflicted with ulcers see the doctor tomorrow.Aolep ri-aḷjer rej taktō ilju.aḷjer
 The period of añak starts tomorrow.Iien añak ilju.añak
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TongaWhen I was in Tonga I was deeply moved by the hymns sung by the Catholic congregation.Ke iar pād i Tonga iar kanooj ketak kōn an kōbbōkakkak alin jar kaṇ an Katlik raṇ ie.alin jar
 When I was in Tonga I was deeply moved by the hymns sung by the Catholic congregation.Ke iar pād i Tonga iar kanooj ketak kōn an kōbbōkakkak alin jar kaṇ an Katlik raṇ ie.ketak
tongueI'm warning you beforehand that she is an old lady with a sharp tongue.Ij kajineete eok ke eañjarjar an lōḷḷap eṇ kōnnaan.añjarjar
 Watch your sharp tongue or people will get angry at you.Lale an kōkañ (ekkañ) looṃ bwe rōnaaj lilu (illu)(ippaṃ).kōkañ loo-
tongue-tiedHe was so agitated he was tongue-tied.Joñan an wiwijet eallo an kōnnaan.allo
tonightLet's go locate the frigate birds' roost so we can easily catch them tonight.Jen ilān akajoki ak kaṇ bwe en kab pidodo ad jejọñ (ejjọñ).akajok
 Would you like to go parrotfishing with me tonight?Kwōj kaalwor ke ippa buñniin?alwor
 They will make them fight tonight.Rōnaaj kōbaiti erro buñniin.bait
 No one is going to be on watch tonight?” the Boatswain asked. P808Ejjeḷọk ej emmej ippān wa in buñiniin?” Bojin eo ekajjitōk.boñ
 We will go tonight.Jenaaj etal buñniin.buñniin
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TonyHow does Tony wear his hat?Ewi wāween atatin Toni?atat
 Is Tony in your house there? .. (You're) assuming he lives here.Epād ke Toni i ṃōṇe? ...Bwe bōta ej jokwe ṃwiinbwe bōta
 Tony caught the fewest fish among the men who went fishing.Kar iiet tata koṇan Tony iaan ḷōṃaro raar eọñwōd.iiet
 Tony is one who is always looks worried.Tony ej juon ri-inepata ilo mour eṇ an.inepata
 They distrust Tony more than Alfred.Rejālkeḷọk Tony jān Alfred.jālōke
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TonyʻsTony's sailing canoe is slow.Ebat tipñōl eo waan Toni.bat
 If the clan name for Tony's father is Erroja-kijeek, it means that Tony's clan name would not be Erroja-kijeek, because we inherit our clan from our mothers.Eḷaññe jowi eo an jemān Tony ej Erroja-kijeek, ej meḷeḷen bwe jowi eo an Tony eban Erroja-kijeek, kōnke jej bōk ad jowi jān jined.Erroja-kijeek
 If the clan name for Tony's father is Erroja-kijeek, it means that Tony's clan name would not be Erroja-kijeek, because we inherit our clan from our mothers.Eḷaññe jowi eo an jemān Tony ej Erroja-kijeek, ej meḷeḷen bwe jowi eo an Tony eban Erroja-kijeek, kōnke jej bōk ad jowi jān jined.Erroja-kijeek
 The coconut tree of Tony's doesn't make much toddy.Ejetāāñ ni in jekaro en an Tony.jatāāñ
 Tony's writing is the lightest.Jāmeej tata jeje kaṇ an Tony.jāmeej
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tooDon't be too expectantKadik ḷọk aṃ aelellọḷ.aelellaḷ
 My trousers are too tightEḷap an aer jedọujij e .aer
 You are too thin for your height.Eḷap aṃ ainiñ ñan joñan aitok ṇe aṃ.ainiñ
 You must get him going or it'll get too dark for him to walk home.Kwōn kaajādiki bwe enaaj boñe.ajādik
 She regretted but it was too late to bring him back.Eajḷọk ak ejjeḷọk iien kōrọọltok.ajḷọk
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tookI took my shirt to her yesterday so she could sew up the rip.Iar bōkḷọk jōōt e bwe en aiti tok inne.ait
 They took those who walked with a limp to him so he could give them the treatment they needed.Raar bōkḷọk ri-ajjukub ro bwe en taktōik er.ajjukub
 The old lady made her daughter wear her hair loose on her back and took her to the chief.Leḷḷap eo ear kaaleake ledik eo nejin im bōkḷọk ñan irooj eo.aleak
 Who took my stick from its place?Wōn eo ebōk aḷaḷ eo jān ije jikin?aḷaḷ
 He caught sight of me and took offElo animroka im ko. animroka-
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toolboxThere was enough light for us to find all the tools and put them in the toolbox. P141Ebwe an kōmrame ijo bwe en ṃōṃan aṃro kōmaati kein jerbal ko im āti i lowaan tuuḷ bọọk eo.meram
 Son, bring me the monkey wrench inside my toolbox.” P622Jibwe tok ṃōk ṃañke jibana ṇe i lowaan tuuḷbọọk ṇe, Nejū.”ṃañke jibana
toolsI stayed next to him in case he needed me to pass him his tools. P715Ak ña ikar pād wōt ijo i turin im pojak wōt ñan jebjeb ḷọk kein jerbal ko eaikuji ñan jaḷjaḷ.aikuj
 Coconuts provide them with beverages, food, dwellings, bedding, and canoes for their traveling in lagoons and in the ocean—and also their tools and weapons in olden days. S10Ni ej leḷọk ñan er limeer, kijeer, iṃweer, kinieer, kab waan aer itoitok iloṃaḷo im ilọmeto—bareinwōt aer kein jerbal im kein tariṇae ilo raan ko etto.eṃ
 Then I noticed that inside the boat Father’s tools were still all spread out down there. P52Iḷak mejek laḷ ḷọk lowaan wa eo ilo kein jerbal ko an Jema rej eojaḷ wōt ijo.eojaḷ
 Have you any tools?Eor ke aṃ kein jerbal?kein jerbal
 Coconuts provide them with beverages, food, dwellings, bedding, and canoes for their traveling in lagoons and in the ocean—and also their tools and weapons in olden days. S10Ni ej leḷọk ñan er limeer, kijeer, iṃweer, kinieer, kab waan aer itoitok iloṃaḷo im ilọmeto—bareinwōt aer kein jerbal im kein tariṇae ilo raan ko etto.kije-
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ToonIt was about this time that Toon Mej came into view. P1319Ej ja ilo iien in wōt kōmmān kar buñut ḷọk Toon Mej.buñ
toothI didn't feel anything when they pulled my tooth.Iar jab eñjake aer kōteep ñiūeñjake
 A tooth is extracted.Eteep juon ñiteep
 My tooth came out.Eteoḷ ñiūteoḷ
 My tooth is loose.Etteoḷeoḷ ñiūteoḷ
toothacheShe said she had a toothache and couldn't chew pandanus.Eba emetak ñiin im eban wōdwōd bōb.ba
 Eat soft food if you have a toothache.Kwōn ṃōñā ṃōñā pidodo ñe emetak ñiiṃpidodo
toothpickDo you have a toothpick?Eor ke kein arar ñiarar
topA giant clam shell is cemented to the concrete top.Rej adede ioon jimeeṇ eṇ.aded
 Why does this piece of cake have more ice cream on top of it than that one over there?Taunin an aijkudiimi ḷọk keek iiō jān keek iieṇ?aij kudiiṃ
 Your height is such that I can't see the top of your head.Baj aitokūṃ ke iban lo ioon bōraṃ.aitok
 They hanged the thief from the top of the tree.Raar kaalijāljāle ri-kọọt eo jān raan wōjke eo.allijāljāl
 What's that on top of your head?Ta ṇe ej aujrọñrọñ eoon bōraṃ?aujrọñrọñ
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top-heavyThe boat is top-heavy (rolls a lot).Ellāle wa eṇ.
toppleI had to hold onto the teapot, so it wouldn't topple over, and occasionally stir the fire, which tended to die because the firewood was damp. P885Ikar aikuj dāpij tibat eo bwe en jab okjak im pāddo kenọkwōle ḷọk kijeek eo bwe ej itok wōt in mej kōn an ṃōḷauwi kane ko.kenọkwōl
topsideSince the Captain didn’t say anything, I went topside with Father. P353Ḷak ke ejjeḷọk men eṇ Kapen eo eba, iwanlōñ ḷọk ippān Jema.ḷak
 In fear I hastfully jumped up and ran topside. P1082Ibuñjenōṃ jutak im kọkorkor lōñ ḷọkkọkorkor
torchMake a torch.Bọke pāle ṇebọk
 Let's go make torches for torch fishing.Kōjro etal in bọk pāle in kabwil.bọk
 Alfred went fishing with a torch.Ekabwil Alfred.kabwil
 Haven't you wrapped a torch yetKwōnañin bọk ke pāle?pāle
torchesLet's go make torches for torch fishing.Kōjro etal in bọk pāle in kabwil.bọk
 The man who makes torches is coming.Rūbbọk eo ṇe tok.bọk
 Make some bands so that we can start making some torches from dry coconut fronds.Kwōn kōṃṃan tok ida bwe jen jino bọk pāle.ida
 The men are fishing with torches on the reef at the ocean side.Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej kabwil ilik.kabwil
toreWho tore up these pieces of paper?Wōn e ear imkili peba ?imkilkil
 Who tore up these fine pieces of paper inside the house?Wōn e ear imkilkil peba ṇai ilowaan mwiin.imkilkil
 They tore up his paper because he was cheating.Raar peọọt peba eo an kōn an kaammeọeo.kaammeọeo
 The fellows tore clothesḶōṃaro rej peoeo nuknuk.peoeo
 They tore the clothes.Rej peọọt nuknuk ko.peoeo
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tormentYour evil deeds shall torment your conscience.Aṃ jerbal nana enaaj kāeñtaan aṃ bōklōkōt.bōklōkōt
tornThe jānel on the canoe got torn offEpaḷḷọk jānelin wa eo.jānel
 The bottom part of the net is torn.Epotak jeklaḷ e an ok e.jeklaḷ
 It might incidentally get torn. P1120Emaroñ jirillọk im potak.jirilọk
 He would have won if his sail hadn't been torn, thus making him bring up the rearEnāj kar wiin ak wōjḷā eo an ekapidikkeiki.piditte
 It might incidentally get torn.” P1120Emaroñ jirillọk im potak.”potak
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tornadoThe city was hit with a tornado when I phoned him yesterday.Eaire jikin kwelọk eo ke ij talboone inne.aire
 How long will the tornado season last?Ej aire ḷọk ñan ñāātaire
tornadoesIt's not uncommon for tornadoes to occur during these months.Ekkā an aire waḷọk ilo allōñ kein.aire
tortoisePlease drill a hole in this tortoise shell for me.Dāilitok ṃōk bōd e.dedāil
torturingShe's torturing my mind (words from a love song).Ekōṃōjṇọ kokōro.kokōro
torturousThe old lady's death was torturous.Ekeiñtaanan mejin (mijen) lōḷḷap eo.mej
tossI toss and turn reminiscing about those little things we used to do.Ij idpeenen im emḷọk kōn kiddik ko arro.kiddik
tossedThey say that if some trash is tossed overboard here, it will be snapped up by the sharks before it hits the water. P1322Rej ba ke ñe ewōtlọk juon menọknọk ijin, emaat wōt ṇa i mejatoto ippān pako.mejatoto
tossingThe Captain stopped tossing and turning but his teeth were chattering and he was groaning. P1173Im Kapen eo ebōjrak an ukoktak ak ekar kaōḷōḷe wōt ñiin im ñūñūrōḷōḷ
totallyHow is the sun supposed to come out in this terrible weather," the Boatswain said. P661 when the sun is totally obstructed by storm clouds and is invisibleBwe enaaj ewi wāween an waḷọk aḷ ke ebọṇ ḷam jako lañ,” Bojin eo eba.boṇ
totingWhere are you toting your disobedience to?Kwōj etal kake adkeelel ṇe wōjaṃ ñan ia?adkeelel
touchI want to touch shoulders with you.Ikoṇaan aerār waj ippaṃ.aerār
 Don't touch shoulders with me.Kwōn jab aerār ippa.aerār
 The tipñōl is being towed here while those towing it can still touch the bottom with their feet.Rej akaketok wōt tipñōl eo.akake
 Don't touch me or you'll make me smell all of būtoKwōn jab uñūri bwe kwōnaaj kabūtouk .būto
 I can't touch the bottom with my feet.Ejabjab neō jān laḷ.jabjab
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touchedAt 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
TouchingTouching shoulders in true friendship.Aerār in jeṃjerā ilo ṃoolaerār
 Your touching shoulders with me gives me enthusiasm.Aerārūṃ ippa ekōṃṃan ellowetak.aerār
 The water is not very high and he's still able to tow the driftwood with his feet touching the bottom.Ej jañin kanooj ibwij im ej maroñ wōt akake jokwā eṇ.akake
toughDon't you ever act tough with your dad again or I'll teach you a lesson.Kwōn jab bar kakijoñjoñ eok ñan jeṃaṃ bwe ināj katakin eok.kijoñ
towIs it the easiest to tow?Aikiie tata ke?aik
 It's easier to tow than before.Eaikiie ḷọk jān ṃoktaaik
 This boat is easy to tow.Eaikiie wa e.aik
 Do you know how to tow boatsKwojeḷā ke aik booj?aik
 Tow that boat.Kwōn aike booj eṇ.aik
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towardThat way we’ll sail into the wind toward Likiep. P842Āindein admān naaj jeje tak waj ijeṇe tak waj ñan Likiep.ad
 I fish for adenpe sharks in your direction while you fish for the same toward meIj kaadenpewaj ak kwōj kaadenpetok.adenpe
 I saw him stagger in that direction toward the west.Eñeo ear adpā towaj ijeṇeṇe waj.adpā
 The currents near the pass propelled the bumbum boat toward the shore.Eaekijeke āneḷọk būṃbūṃ eo.aekijek
 She'll know, being someone who influences others to live as relatives toward one another.Enaaj jeḷā bwe e ri-kaaerṃwe.aerṃwe
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towardsWe'll fish towards one another.Ij kōppeḷọkwaj ak kwōj kōppeḷọktok.kōppeḷọk
 I saw him running towards the east on the beach.Iar lo an tōtōr (ettōr) tawaj iarwaj.ta
 That turtle keeps on crawling towards the island.Wōn eo eṇ ej wāārār āne ḷọkwāār
towedThe tipñōl is being towed here while those towing it can still touch the bottom with their feet.Rej akaketok wōt tipñōl eo.akake
towelThe