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jaLetok kein adebdeb ṇe bwe in ja kōjerbale.Let me use the prodding stick.adebdeb
 Kōjro ej ja kaaemed ṃōṃkajLet's wait till it cools off first.aemed
 Kwōj ja aene tok añkijeep e .Could you iron my handkerchief?aen
 Kwōj ja kaaidiki ḷọk lukwōn jedọujij e an.Please make his pants' waist narroweraidik
 Kwōj ja aiji tok?Can you put ice in it for me?aij
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Juon ṇeejino waḷọk mejaṃ.A cataract is starting to form on your eye.
jaabAk wōn enaaj ba jaab?But who'll say no?ak
 Kwōn jab ankoṇak iṃōn ri-turuṃ, kwōn jab ankoṇak lio pāleen ri-turuṃ, jaab karejeran ṃaan, jaab karejeran kōrā, jaab an kau, jaab an aj, jaab men ko jabdewōt an ri-turuṃ.Thou shalt not covet they neighbor’s house; thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor’s. S5aṇokṇak
 Kwōn jab ankoṇak iṃōn ri-turuṃ, kwōn jab ankoṇak lio pāleen ri-turuṃ, jaab karejeran ṃaan, jaab karejeran kōrā, jaab an kau, jaab an aj, jaab men ko jabdewōt an ri-turuṃ.Thou shalt not covet they neighbor’s house; thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor’s. S5aṇokṇak
 Kwōn jab ankoṇak iṃōn ri-turuṃ, kwōn jab ankoṇak lio pāleen ri-turuṃ, jaab karejeran ṃaan, jaab karejeran kōrā, jaab an kau, jaab an aj, jaab men ko jabdewōt an ri-turuṃ.Thou shalt not covet they neighbor’s house; thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor’s. S5aṇokṇak
 Kwōn jab ankoṇak iṃōn ri-turuṃ, kwōn jab ankoṇak lio pāleen ri-turuṃ, jaab karejeran ṃaan, jaab karejeran kōrā, jaab an kau, jaab an aj, jaab men ko jabdewōt an ri-turuṃ.Thou shalt not covet they neighbor’s house; thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor’s. S5aṇokṇak
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jaadKoṃro iwōj wōt bwe ij jaad ṃōkYou two go on ahead as I am a bit tired.jaad
jaadinEar jaadin jijidwōtwōt im ke ij kelọk jān ioon wab eo ñan wa eo, Kapen eo ej wanlōñ tak jān lowaan wa eo.It was drizzling, and when I jumped from the dock to the boat, the Captain came up from inside the boat. P45jaad
 Ekwe ejab bwe iban meḷọkḷọk nukū, ak kōn ad kar jaadin poub raan ko ḷọk ippān injin kakūtōtō in an wa in.I would never forget my family; we have just been busy these last few days with the annoying engine in this boat. P106kakūtōtō
 Ear jaadin jijidwōtwōt im ke ij kelọk jān ioon wab eo ñan wa eo, Kapen eo ej wanlōñ tak jān lowaan wa eo.It was drizzling, and when I jumped from the dock to the boat, the Captain came up from inside the boat. P45jijidwōtwōt
JaajeJaaje pāātre ṇeCharge the battery.jaaj
 Kab jaaje akkawūn eo .Be sure to charge it to my account.jaaj
jaajmiĀj in jaajmi.Just right for eating raw.āj
 Jaajmi in ek rot ṇe kijōṃ?What sort of fish you have there for sashimi?jaajmi
 Epojak ñan jaajmi.It was ready to make sashimi. P1317jaajmi
 Ḷōṃa e, jemān jaajmi,” Kapen eo ekar ba ke elo an dedeḷọk an Bojin eo jiḷait.Hey guys, let’s eat sashimi,” the Captain said when he saw the Boatswain was done slicing it up. P1329jiḷait
 Ejjoiuiu jaajmi eo kijō.My sashimi had shoyu all over it.joiu
jaajmiikKwōn jaajmiik juon ek.Cut up a fish and make sashimi.jaajmi
JāākEajjibanbanḷọk jān Jāāk.He's more burdened than Jack.ajjibanban
 Kwōj aikuj jaini jāāk ṇe bwe ren maroñ kōḷḷāiki.You must endorse the check before it can be cashed.jain
 Jete kobban jāāk ṇe aṃ?What is the amount of your check?jāāk
 Jāāk in koṃbani ta ṇe aṃ?Your check is from what company?jāāk
 Raar kōmennañe Jāāk ṇa i tawūn boñ.Jack got beaten up badly in town last night.kōmennañ
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jaakeJepaake jaake.We share tobacco.jepaake
 Ioḷe jera e, letok peiūṃ bwe koṃwij tan etal kiiō,” eba im jaake tok pein.Well my friend, let me shake your hand because it looks like you are leaving now,” he said as he reached out his hand. P472
 Ij to ippaṃ in jipañ eok,” ikar ba ñan Jema ke ij jaake ḷọk tiin eo.I’m coming down to help you,” I told Father as I passed the container to him. P1274to
 Jaake waj lōbbọ e im lōbboiki ororin bao ṇe bwe bao kaṇe ren jab tutu.Hand over the cover to put over the chicken coop to keep the chickens from getting wet.lōbbọ
jāākeRōnaaj jāāke peet kaṇ buñniin.They'll have a bed check tonight.jāāk
 Rej jāāke būreek in kaar eṇ.They are checking the brakes of the car.jāāk
 Eṃōj ke jāāke etaṃDid they check your name?jāāk
 Ej jāāke tūrak eṇ.He's jacking up the truck.jāāk
JaakiJaaki waj ko bōk mejān dọuki.Please take these things (usually food items) and enjoy. (This is traditionally uttered by a ri-jerbal to his aḷap or an aḷap to his irooj to please the receiver.)dedọdo
 Emaroñ jaaki.It could be done (achieved).jaak
jaaklọkIkar eñjake an wa eo bar jepāpe ke ej jaaklọk im jitṃanṃane kōto eo.I felt the boat list to one side as the wind caught the sail. P1060jitṃanṃan
jaaḷIm jidik wōt an wa eo jino jaaḷ im ḷak anlọk, eletlet wūjḷā eo im wa eo ejino ajādik.The boat slowly turned to the north and when it was finally on course the sail filled with wind and we started to advance slowly. P851anlọk
 Eṃōj an jaaḷ wa eo kadede.The boat has already turned.jaaḷ
 Innem ke ej ṃōj jerake wūjḷā eo im ej jejopālpāl, epoub in ubaatake jebwe eo bwe bōran wa eo en jaaḷ niñeañ ḷọkOnce the sail was up and flapping in the wind, the Captain was busy steering the wheel in order to point the boat northward. P850ubatak
jāāleKōmmān jimor jede im jāāle lōñ ḷọkWe all followed it with our eyes as it went up into the sky. P940jedjed
 Rej jāāle baḷuun eo.They are following the plane with their eyes.jejāāl
 Rej jāāle an wa eo jeraktoḷọk.They are watching the boat as it sails away toward the west.jejāāl
 Kōmmān jimor jede im jāāle lōñ ḷọkWe all followed it with our eyes as it went up into the sky. P940jejāāl
jāālelNemān uwi in ea in ej jāālel tokWhere is the smell of cooking fish wafting this way from?nām
jāālelinEj aikuj kar meḷeḷe eake men eo Jema ekar jiroñ ḷọk kōnke joñan an kijoñ jāālelin nemān kiaj eo i lowa, jeitan ban kōboutuut ijo.The Boatswain must have understood what Father meant, because the smell of gas was so strong inside that we could hardly breathe. P771jāālel
 Ej aikuj kar meḷeḷe eake men eo Jema ekar jiroñ ḷọk kōnke joñan an kijoñ jāālelin nemān kiaj eo i lowa, jeitan ban kōboutuut ijo.The Boatswain must have understood what Father meant, because the smell of gas was so strong inside that we could hardly breathe. P771kōboutut
jāāleḷọkIar jāāleḷọk em jako.I watched him till he disappeared in the distance.jejāāl
jāāleltokNemān ta in ej jāāleltok?What is this smell wafting this way?jāālel
JaaḷjerḷọkjānJaaḷjerḷọkjān erOur ulcers are worse than theirs.aḷjer
JaaṃJaaṃ ta eo kwaar kōnono? Iaar kōnono Jaaṃ 23What Psalm did you read? I read Psalm 23Jaaṃ
 Jaaṃ ta eo kwaar kōnono? Iaar kōnono Jaaṃ 23What Psalm did you read? I read Psalm 23Jaaṃ
 Eṃṃan kōnono ko ilo bokun Jaaṃ ippaI like the readings in the Book of Psalms. I like reading from the book of Psalms.Jaaṃ
JaaṃeJaaṃe pilawā ṇePut jam on your bread.jaaṃ
JaaṃiḷọkJaaṃiḷọk pilawā kaṇ kijeer.Put jam on their bread.jaaṃ
JaamṇakJaamṇak kiiō bwe jej jokwe ioon bwidej in ad.We feel at home now living on our own land.amṇak
JaaṃtataJaaṃtata pilawā e kijō.My bread got the most jam.jaaṃ
JāānJāān kaṇ an rōkaakajeikḷọk jān ṃoktaHis wealth has made him feel more important than previously.akaje
 Kwōn amān jāān kaṇe aṃ bwe kwōnaaj mej jāni.Spend your money now because you can't take it with you.amān
 Ej anbōro kōn jāān ko an ḷeo pāleen emej.She's using her deceased husband's money to get in good with her lover.anbōro
 Kwōn jab anbōro kōn jāān kaṇe .Don't use my money to get in good with the girls.anbōro
 Arōk jāān.Greedy for money.arōk
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JaañkeJaañke in lale wōn in mọkta.Let's play jaañke to see who goes first.jaañke
JāānkunJāānkun in ej kōṃṃan jān Mejwaan.Breadfruit jāānkun is made from the Mejwaan variety of breadfruit. S12Mejwaan
 Wāween kōṃṃan jāānkun jān bōb eñin, ñe ej owat bōb, jej aintiini ak uṃwini.The way to make jāānkun from pandanus is, when it is ripe, to boil it or bake it. S12owat
 Jāānkun in .Dried overripe breadfruit.jāānkun
 Jāānkun in bōb.Dried pandanus paste.jāānkun
 Jāānkun ej kōṃṃan jān emmed ilo Ratak.Jāānkun is made from overripe breadfruit in Ratak.jāānkun
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jaanpebaikKwōn jaanpebaik ṇeSandpaper that board.jaanpeba
jaañūrJen ibbuku bwe jaañūr.Let's take a smoke break. ibbuku
jāānwūjRaar ṃōñā jāānwūj in lep.They ate egg sandwiches.jāānwūj
 Ña eo iar jāānwūji waj jāānwūj ko kijemiro.I was the one who made the sandwiches for the two of you.jāānwūj
 Jāānwūj in ta ṇe kijōṃ?What kind of sandwich do you have?jāānwūj
 Jiiji jāānwūj ṇePut cheese in that sandwich.jiij
jāānwūjiÑa eo iar jāānwūji waj jāānwūj ko kijemiro.I was the one who made the sandwiches for the two of you.jāānwūj
jaapEouwi jaap in likin Laura.The red snapper from the ocean side of Laura are delicious.jaap
jaarErrein armej ro jaar kōttar er.These are the people we were waiting for.errein
 Erro, ḷadik ro jaar pukot er.Here they are, the boys we were searching for.erro
 Rej pād wōt ijo iuṃwin ijo jaar ṃōñā ie.They are still there under the breadfruit tree where we had our lunch.ijo
 Imeḷọkḷọk bok eo ṇa ijo jaar kakkije ie.I forgot (and left) my book there where we rested.ijo
 Kwōj ememej ke ijoko jaar pād ie Amedka?Do you remember the places we visited in America?ijoko
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jaatEpojak ke adeañ kaṃbōj im jaat?”Are our compass and charts ready?” P285 P285ad
 Juon wōt jaat ak ekadek.He got only one shot and he was drunk.jaat
 Ewōr ke aṃ jaat in Ṃajōḷ in?Do you have chart of the Marshall Islands.jaat
 Epojak ke adeañ kaṃbōj im jaat?”Are our compass and charts ready?” P285jaat
 Epojak ke adeañ kaṃbōj im jaat?”Are our compass and charts ready?” P285kaṃbōj
jaatartarJenaaj bar pād jidik im ḷak ilbōk jaatartar ippān.”Before we know it we’ll be along side of it.” P1137atartar
jaateWōn ṇe ear jaate aelōñ kein?Who made the chart of these islands?jaat
 Komaroñ ke jaate tok kilen ilọk ñan ṃweeṇCould you make a sketch of how I could go to the house?jaat
jaatinLetok juon jaatin wōjkeGive me a shot of whiskey.jaat
jabAbjeū ekōṃṃan bwe in jab teruMy shyness prevent me from landing the job.abje
 Kwōn jab abbōjeje!Don't go around flirting!abje
 Kwōn jab kaabjeik ledik ṇeStop making that girl shy.abje
 Kwōn jab kaabōbbōb bwe unin an naaj ṃakoko ṇeYou shouldn't persist cause it's turning her off.abōbbōb
 Kwōn jab addeboulul bwe kwōnaaj ṃōḷañḷōñDon't whirl around or you'll get dizzy.addeboulul
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jabalurPād ilo jabalur in ānṇeAbide in the shade of your islet.jabalur
jabarṂweeṇ iṃōn irooj eo ej pād jabar in ṃōn jar eo.The Chief's house is at the lagoon side of the church.jabar
jabarinElur jabarin āne ko rej jālto arier.The lagoon side of the islets facing west are calm (windless).jabar
jabawōtAolep jabōt rej jabawōt.Every Sunday they give an offering to the church.jabawōt
 Iaikuji roñoul ḷalem jāān ñan jabawōt.I need a quarter for my church offering.jabawōt
jabawōteRaar jabawōte ri-kaki eo.They gave an offering to the pastor.jabawōt
jabdeAerjeañ jabde enaaj eltakinṃaje er.Their carelessness will boomerang.aerjeañ
 En jab jabde aṃ ba.Don't blow your nose carelessly.ba
 En jab jabde aṃ eọiuti kubaak ṇeDon't lash the outrigger carelessly.eọiuti
 Ekadik jabde likao eṇ.The young man is very careless.jabde
JabdetakwōtJabdetakwōt an bōbōk (ebbōk).He takes on a wife at random.jabdetakwōt
jabdewotEjjeḷọk an maroñ in kōṃṃan jabdewot.He has no power to do anything.ejjeḷọk
 Ejeḷā ṇae jabdewot armejHe cares about everybody.jeḷā ṇae
jabdewōtKwōn jab ankoṇak iṃōn ri-turuṃ, kwōn jab ankoṇak lio pāleen ri-turuṃ, jaab karejeran ṃaan, jaab karejeran kōrā, jaab an kau, jaab an aj, jaab men ko jabdewōt an ri-turuṃ.Thou shalt not covet they neighbor’s house; thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor’s. S5aṇokṇak
 Kiō epojak ñan ṃōñā jabdewōt iienNow it is ready to eat at any time. S12iien
 Nejū e, ñe ej eṃṃan wōt jabdewōt i jeṇe, ekwe wanlọñ tak ḷọk bwe wa eo e ejako eatartar ippād,” Jema ekkūr tok.Son, come up if everything is okay down there, because the boat is about to come alongside us now,” Father said. P1144ippa-
 Eṃṃan jabdewōt ippaAnything is OK with me.jabdewōt
 Ewōr ke jabdewōt kwoaikujiDo you need anything?jabdewōt
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jabjabEar kanooj ibwij im ear jabjab neō jān laḷ.It was an extremely high tide and my feet couldn't reach the bottom.jabjab
 Ejeḷā jabjab kōn an kar jab kaṃōj an jikuuḷ.His insufficient knowledge stems from his not having completed his schooling.jeḷā jabjab
jabjab-menowaIban tulọk ḷọk wōt bwe enaaj jabjab-menowa.I can't dive deeper or I'll run out of breath.jabjab-menowan
jabjānmenwanKwōj aikuj ṇamejatotoin bọọk ṇe bwe bao ṇe ilowaan en jab jabjānmenwan.You should provide for air to go into the box to allow the chicken to breathe.ṇamejatotoin
jabjetEwōr tarrin jabjet e pāāk in waini repojak in baun.I have around ten bags of copra ready to be weighed.jabjet
jablikinWa ko kaṇ repād jablikin āneeṇThe boats are on the ocean side of that islet.jablik
 Emṃan an lur jablikin āneeṇThe ocean side of that islet is good and calm.jablik
 Ebwiin ijjuoñoñtok jablikin āniinThere is a rotten smell coming from the oceanside.juoñ
jabloedEḷap an lōñ jabloed ān ṇeThat islet is full of JabloedJabloed
JablọkJablọk in jikka.Cigarette butt.jablọk
jablọkinLetok jablọkin ek ṇe im lelọk jebbar in ek ṇe ñan irooj eṇ.Give me the tail half of that fish and give the irooj the head half.jablọk
jablọkunKwōn bōk jablọkun ek ṇeTake the tail half of that fish.jablọk
jablurūItok im pād jablurū eḷaññe kwōpiọ.Come and stay beside me so I can shelter you from wind if you are cold.jablur
jabneejejEitok inne im jabneejej tok ñan ña kōn aer kar jab kōjeḷāik kake keemem eo.She came and cried on my shoulder yesterday saying they did not let her know about the birthday party.jabneejej
 Eitok inne im jabneejej tok ñan ña kōn aer jab kōjeḷāik kake keemem eo.She came yesterday and cried on my shoulder about their not letting her know about the birthday party.kōn
jabōbKwōn jabōb (jab eb) iṃōkDon't do that because I'm beat.bwe
jabōlKapen eo ejikrōk tok ijo ṃoktata, ke erjel ej rọọl tok, im jino jabōl ṇa kobban pileij eo ñiin kōn raij.When they arrived, the Captain came in first and heaped his plate full of rice. P371jabōḷ
jabōḷEbok peiū kōn an to jabōḷ.I have a blister on my hand from shoveling so long.bok
 Jabōḷ in Amedka eṃṃan bwe repen.American shovels are good because they are strong.jabōḷ
 Ekadik aetok juron jabōḷ ṇeThe handle on that shovel is too long.jejor
jabōḷeKwōn jabōḷe tok bok ṇeShovel the sand here.jabōḷ
jabōnEajokḷāḷọk jabōn ānin tuiōñ.The mound of stones on the northern end of the island is bigger.ajokḷā
 "Jede ak eō" ej juon iaan jabōn kōnnaan ko an ri-Ṃajeḷ."Look up to the frigate bird" is a Marshallese proverb. (It means to follow and respect the traditional chief.)ak
 Ajiri ro rej kōbabūb ḷọk ñan jabōn āniinThe children are looking for butterflies toward the end of the island.babbūb
 Ekabokbok tata jabōn LauraThe sandiest place in Majuro Atoll is at the end of Laura.bokbok
 Kwōn buuji jabōn to ṇeTie the end of that rope.bubu
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jabōnkeElḷap jabōnke in likin Likeip.The porcupine fish of Likiep are huge.jabōnke
jabōnkōnnaanJuon in jabōnkōnnaan, "Ṃōkajkaji jeljeli batbati.Here is a proverb, "Haste makes waste."jabōnkōnnaan
jabōtRi-allōñiju ro an jabōt eo ḷọk ren jouj im jutak bwe aolep ren lo er.Those who made contributions for last Sunday please stand up for everyone to see.allōñ iju
 Amiro iien kōṃṃan jar Jabōt inIt's your turn to lead the prayers this Sunday.amiro
 Kab itok aolep raan ijellọkun wōt Jabōt.Come every day except Sunday.ijellọkwi-
 Aolep jabōt rej jabawōt.Every Sunday they give an offering to the church.jabawōt
 Jabōt in Easter.Easter Sunday.Jabōt
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JabōtinJabōtin Ijdiiel ro raar lo iju eo.The shepherds from Israel saw the star.jabōt
jabtaṂaajta eo an jabta eo ṇeThat's the director of the chorus.ṃaajta
jabukḶōṃaro raṇ rej jabuk.Those men are fishing by the jabuk method on the ocean side.jabuk
jabukiRej aḷeek ṃọle ṇa idipin ṇa eṇ bwe en eṃṃan jabuki.They surrounding the school of rabbitfish beside the stony shoal so they could easily scoop it up with a net.aḷe
 Koṃwij etal ke in jabuki baruun merā eṇ ej lọklọk ioon pedped?Are you going to use the jabuk method and catch the school of parrotfish feeding on the reef?jabuk
jabukḷọkḶōṃaro raṇ jabukḷọk ñan likin āne jidikdik eṇ.Those men are using the jabuk fishing method toward the oceanside of that small islet.jabuk
jabweEj ja āindeeo an kar ḷap raij im pilawā eo kijemmān ak rōban jerbal kōn wōt an kar jabwe dānnin idaak ñan kōmat.So even though we had a lot of rice and flour, we didn’t use any because we didn’t have enough fresh water to cook with. P1017jabwe
 Ilo Ṃajeḷ, kōn an iddik āne ko ie im jabwe jikin men in mour, ejjeḷọk men in mour eḷḷap.In the Marshalls, because the islets are so tiny and there isn’t space for animals, there are no large animals. S23jabwe
 Kōn an jabwe wa im kein kōnono ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, jet iien ej wōr ñūta ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ak ejjeḷọk ejeḷā kake ṃae iien ej etal wa ko ñaniBecause there are not enough ships and communication gear in the Marshall Islands, sometimes there is famine on the outer islands but no one knows about it until ships go there. S25ñūta
JabwetataJabwetata joñan ṃōñā eo ilo keemem eo boñ jān aolep keemem ko ḷọkThe food at the birthday party last night was more inadequate than at any birthday party heretofore.jabwe
jabwilbwilKwōn jab jabwilbwil ioon bok kaṇe bwe kwōnaaj bokbok.Don't roll around on the sand there or you'll get all sandy.jabwilbwil
jādEoobrak jād eṇ kōn waini.The copra-drying platform is full of copra.jād
jādbūtūktūkKwōn jab kabbtūktūki tok dān ṇe bwe kōm jādbūtūktūk.Don't spray the water or we'll get all wet.būbtūktūk
 Ia in ej jādbūtūktūk tokWhere is that spray coming from?jādbūtūktūk
jādeEpād im ḷak jāde tok, eri-aelōñin pālle.When he returned after being absent for some time, he seemed more American.aelōñin pālle
 Baj anemkwōjier ke eñiin rej jañin jāde!They really are independent; aren't they, since they have not returned!anemkwōj
 Ej baj meḷan ḷọk ak ej bar jāde tok jān marok ko kōn juon tāāñ.After a moment he emerged from the darkness with the gas can. P577jāde
 Erjel kar mọọn ḷọk ilo mar ko im ḷak bar jāde tok erjel ej kōjerrāiki meto tak juon kōrkōr.They disappeared into the bushes and then reappeared carrying a small canoe. P1266kōjerrā
 Erjel kar mọọn ḷọk ilo mar ko im ḷak bar jāde tok erjel ej kōjerrāiki meto tak juon kōrkōr.They disappeared into the bushes and then reappeared carrying a small canoe. P1266mọọn
JādedeIar itok Jādede eo ḷọkI came last Saturday.Jādede
 Inaaj etal Jādede in laḷ.I will go next Saturday.Jādede
 Ke iar dik, ikōn wūdādo aolep Jādede.When I was young I used to sail toy hydroplanes every Saturday.wūdādo
jādetokEḷak jādetok lio eto an kūṃaḷṃaḷ.When she appeared, she was laden with frills.kūṃaḷṃaḷ
 Ej jādetok wōt ak rōpiniki.As he appeared they threw sand at him.pinik
 Ri-juraake eo ear jab jādetok ñan ien ekajet eo.The witness did not show up for the trial.juraake
jadinEj jadin kaamedkaiki jidik.He kind of made it sound American-ish.Amedka
jādipenEḷap wōt aṃ jādipen.You are not very strong.jādipen
jāiboEwi ri-jāibo eo ejeḷā iiōk jāibo?Where is the woman who knows how to make jāibojāibo
 Iijoḷ jāibo.I want to eat jāibojāibo
 Jāibo in ia in kijerro?Where did you get this jāibo we're eating from?jāibo
 Kwaar kōṃṃan ke jāibo inneDid you make jāibo yesterday?jāibo
jāiboikiKwōn leḷọk pilawā ṇe bwe ren jāiboiki.Give them the flour so they can make jaibo with it.jāibo
jāidiiñKwaar roñ ke jañin jāidiiñ eoDid you hear the siren wail?jañ
jaidiñEjañ jaidiñ eoThe siren is wailing.jaidiñ
 Eṃōj kōjañ jaidiñ eoThe siren has already sounded.jaidiñ
JaidiñinJaidiñin jino jerbal eo in ejañ.The siren for starting work is wailing.jaidiñ
jaijJete jaij in juuj ṇe aṃ?What is the size of your shoes.jaij
jaijinJete ṇe jaijin ipūṃWhat is the size of your waist.?ip
jāikKwōn jāik e.Catch this breadfruit.jejā
jaikeEḷap an jaike likin āne jidikdik eṇ.Fish are really scarce on the ocean side of that small islet.jaike
jāikeEḷap an jāike iaar jān lik.There are fewer fish on the lagoon side than on the ocean side.jāike
JaikḷọkJaikḷọk ṇe kijen.Catch the breadfruit for him.jejā
JaikujJaikuj ippān doon im jerbal.We should be together and work together.ippān doon
 Jaikuj kaiptuik wa in im kōttar an pāāt.We should heave to and wait for the low tide.iptu
 Jaikuj kōṃṃan bwe tipñōl ṇe waaṃ en juon jemānāe.We have to use your canoe as a model.jemānāe
 Ejerakiaarḷap im jaikuj kadedeikḷọk jerbal in eṃōj an ijjino.We are halfway done and we need to complete the project we've started.jerakiaarḷap
 Jaikuj kajiij tok bwe eṃaat.We've run out of cheese and we should get some more.jiij
jainRej kajeḷotok ñan kilaaj in jain eoThey are bringing grasshoppers for the science class.jeḷo
 Ij jain kar lelolo (ellolo) kōkkauu āinwōt e.I never saw a greater begger for food than he is.kōkkau
jainiKwōj aikuj jaini jāāk ṇe bwe ren maroñ kōḷḷāiki.You must endorse the check before it can be cashed.jain
 Kwōj aikuj jaini peba ṇe āinwot juon ri-kaṃool.You have to sign the document as a witness.jain
 Peen ta eo kwaar jaini jāāk ko kake?What pen did you sign the checks with?kake
JaintiijJaintiij ro raṇ rej etale ek baijin ko ilo Ṃajōḷ in.Scientists are studying poisonous fish in the Marshall Islands. (The scientists are trying to find out why some of the fish in the Marshalls are poisonous.) jaintiij
 Jaintiij ro rej kajipenpen.The scientists are hunting for sea cucumber.jipenpen
jaintiijiEj jaintiiji ḷọk ñaneHe's explaining it scientifically to him.jaintiij
jāiurKwōn jab jāiur bwe jenaaj ruṃwij.Don't be slow or we'll be late.jāiur
jaiurjetJejjab lōke eok kōn am jaiurjet.We can't depend on you because of your slowness.jāiur
 Eḷap an jaiurjet ilo jerbal.He's not a speedy worker. He's a very slow worker.jāiurjet
 Etke kwōnañin jaiurjet ilo aṃ jerbal?Why are you so slow in doing things?jāiurjet
 Jaiurjet tata eo ṇeHe is the slowest guy ever.jāiurjet
jaiurḷọkEḷapḷọk aṃ jaiurḷọk jān ṃoktaYou are slower than before.jāiur
JājJāj eo ear bakkiiñi ri-kọọt ro.The judge fined the burglars.bakkiiñ
 Jāj in aelōñ ta kaṇe.Those jāj are from which atoll?jāj
 Jāj ta ṇe enaaj jāje keej ṇe aṃ?Who will be the judge in your case?jāj
 Wōn eṇ ej jāj kiiōWho is the judge right now?jāj
 Jāj eo ellu im ḷwūji eoon tebōḷ eo an.The judge got mad and pounded the mallet on his desk.ḷwūj
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jajaAjiri eo ej jañin jaja.The baby is crying to be carried on the hip.jaja
 Eto an jaja bọọḷ eo.The ball remained in the air for a long time.jaja
jajeAkweḷapin jaje kōḷmenḷọkjeṇThe insistence of one who can't stop and think.akweḷap
 Eboṇ ḷeo im jaje ta eo en kōṃṃane.He is stymied and doesn't know what to do.boṇ
 Eboṇ baib eo im jaje tọọr dān.The pipe is stopped up and the water can't flow.boṇ
 Ibūroṃōj kōn an jaje ḷōmṇakI'm so sorry for his inability to reason.jaje ḷōmṇak
 Ekotok-kilū kōn aṃ jaje ṃanitYour actions give me goose pimples.kotok-kilin
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jājeIaar liḷọk jāje ko aerjeañ.I gave the four of them their machetes.aerjeañ
 Jāje eo eṇ idipin ni eṇ.The machete is at the bottom of that coconut tree.dāpi-
 Jāj ta ṇe enaaj jāje keej ṇe aṃ?Who will be the judge in your case?jāj
 Eḷap an ekkañ jāje eṇ an.His machete is very sharp.jāje
 Jāje eo ej jitlōñ ḷọk mejān.The sharp edge of the machete is turned up.jitlōñ
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JājeikJājeik tok juon kimej.Cut a coconut frond for me with a machete.jāje
 Kilen jājeik ṃōk e bwe in lale kwōjeḷā ke.Fence with him so I can see whether you're good or not.kilen jāje
jājekEḷap aṃ jājek eokYou boast too much.jājjāj
jajeḷọkjeṇIjab metak kōn kar jajeḷọkjeṇ.It didn't hurt because I was unconscious.jajeḷọkjeṇ
JajenJajen eṇ ej kaṃaaje ḷọk rūttariṇae raṇ ñan kāām eo aer.The sergeant is marching the troops to their camp.ṃaaj
JājiṃaatJājiṃaat tata eo eṇ ilo kilaaj eṇ an.He is the last in his class.jājiṃaat
jājineetIj kab itok ñan āniin im jājineet wōtI just came to this island and I am still unacquainted with the island setting.jājiniet
 Kien jājineet.The ruling of an amateur / someone uninformedkien
jājjājJab jājjāj kake lieṇ pāleeṃ.Don't boast about your wife.jājjāj
 Ej jājjāj im kwaḷọk ke elōñ an ṃaniHe’s showing off and telling everybody he has lots of money.jājjāj
 Ear jājjāj tok im okjak otobai eo waan.His motorcycle skidded and fell over.jājjāj
 Ijeḷā jājjāj ioon dān.I know how to water-ski.jājjāj
 Loon jājjāj eo ej jājjāj toḷọk.That speedy outboard skimmed westward across the surface.jājjāj
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jājjookokEḷap an jājjookok bwe emaroñ al make iaan ñan bwijin armej.He’s not shy because he can sing alone in front of a crowd.jājjookok
jājḷọkLale bwe kwōn jab jājḷọk.Be careful you don't slip. Be careful you don't get separated (from us).jājḷọk
 Rōjaje jājḷọk jān doon.They are inseparable.jājḷọk
jajōkKwōj jab jajōk eokDon't brag about yourself.jājjāj
jakeKwōn āle ṃōk jake ṇePlease roll that mat up.āle
 Idoori pilawā ko iturierro innem kwaḷọk tok juon tūre, juon bakbōk im jake ḷọk men ko im Bojin eo ebōk bakbōk eo im jiḷaiti juon iaan ḷoob ko im kōmjel idaak im ṃōñāI put down the bread next to them and then found a tray, a small knife, and handed them over, and the Boatswain took the knife and sliced one of the loaves and we all ate and drank. P269dedoor
 Jab eḷḷọk lepe jake ṇeDon't lay out the whole mat.eḷḷọk
 Kwōn erlọkwe jake ṇe bwe en kōjeje.Spread out that mat under the sun.erḷọk
 Kwōn jake ḷọk ḷọk ajri ṇeHurry up and hand that child over.jake
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jaketo-jaketakRar jaketo-jaketak ṃōñā ko ilo iien keemem eo.They distributed the food at the birthday party.jaketo-jaketak
JaketokJaketok ṃōk niñniñ ṇeWould you please let me hold the baby?jake
jakiEar āj jaki.She wove the mat.āj
 Ear āje juon jaki.She wove a mat.āj
 Eālokjak jaki eoThe mat is crimped.ālokjak
 Ebabu ajiri eo kadede ioon jaki eoThe child has already lain down on the mat.babu
 Jab kabokboke jaki ṇeDon't put sand on the mat.bokbok
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jakiḷọkKomaroñ ke jakiḷọk ṃōñā kaṇe.Could you pass the food there.jejaak
jakimejEḷap an jakimej niin wāto in.The coconut trees on this tract are not productive.jakimuur
jakimuurEḷap an jakimuur niin wāto in.The coconut trees on this tract are not productive.jakimuur
jakkijejeEar maroñ wiin ilo ettōr aetok eo kōn an jakkijeje.He won the long distance run because he seldom tires.jakkijeje
jakkōlkōlḶadik eṇ emaroñ jorrān kōn an jakkōlkōl.That boy could have an accident because of his recklessness.jakkōlkōl
 Jakkōlkōl in ia kaṇe aṃ?Where did you get your panties from?jakkōlkōl
 Kwaar wia ia jakkōlkōl.Where did you buy panties?jakkōlkōl
 Lale aṃ jakkōlkōl bwe kwōnaaj tọrōk.Stop being indiscrete or you'll get caught.tọrōk
jakkūkEḷap an jakkūk iarin āninThe fish are not biting in the lagoon off this islet.jakkūk
JakkūrameninJakkūramenin PeptaijThe Sacrament of Baptism.jakkūramen
JaklaḷJaklaḷ.Bottom part of net.jak
JaklōñJaklōñ.Top part of net.jak
jakmeejIreel ippān jakmeej eṇI'm hung up on that dark beauty.jakmeej
jakoAdenpe ekij pein im jako.An adenpe shark bit his hand off.adenpe
 Eaerar keinikkan ḷam jako.The trees got thoroughly scorched aerar
 Ealikkar an pojakin jako bwe eaitwōnmej.He is ready to go as death broods over him.aitwōnmej
 Kwōn tutu bwe en jako aṃ ajjiḷapḷap.Take a bath to get rid of your offensive body odor.ajjiḷapḷap
 Enañin aloklok ke bao eo ear jako.Have you seen that lost chicken?aloklok
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jakōlKwōn jab jakōl.Don't be clumsy.jakōl
jakōḷeRaar jakōḷe rūkọọt eo.They handcuffed the thief.jakōḷ
JakōltataJakōltata an Mark eb.Mark is the clumsiest dancer,jakōl
JakoūṃJakoūṃ ekōṃṃan ad luuj ilo jiāe eo. Aṃ jako ekōṃṃan ad luuj ilo jiāe eo.Your absence cost us the competition.jako
jakurbaatatJoñan eo ekar tōtor eake ebwe an ṃōkaj bwe eṃōrṃore tōrerein im jakurbaatat bōran wa eo.The engine was making us go so fast that there were bubbles coming up along the side of the boat and mist splashing up in front. P493ar
 Joñan eo ekar tōtor eake ebwe an ṃōkaj bwe eṃōrṃore tōrerein im jakurbaatat bōran wa eo.The engine was making us go so fast that there were bubbles coming up along the side of the boat and mist splashing up in front. P493ṃōrṃōr
jāleekInaaj jāleek ek e kijō ippān raij.I will eat the fish with rice.jāleek
 Kwōn jāleek ṇe kijeṃ.Put some sauce on your breadfruit.jālele
jaleleRej jalele ek ippān raij.They are eating fish as a meat course with rice.jāleek
 Kar kijen ri-Ṃajeḷ wōt ek ñan jalele im ñan ōn ko rōaikuji jān kanniek.Fish were the only part of the Marshallese diet that provided the nutrients one gets from meat. S23ōn
jāleleKwokōṇaan ke itok ippa kōjro etal in kaaj tok jālele in jota?Would you like to go with me to get some livers for dinner?aj
 Innem āte tok ruo amro Bojin pileij, kab bōlen eṃṃan ñe kwōbar kwaḷọk tok juon jālele bwe ij ḷōmṇak ejabwe men ṇe.”Then make two plates for the Boatswain and me, and maybe you should go get another can of meat because I don’t think this will be enough for all of us.” P377ātet
 Allōñin kabwiro ko kein im jelukkuun kijooror in ṃōñā bwiro im jālele joThese are the months to make bwiro, and I am really craving preserved breadfruit and goatfish. P333bwiro
 Ta ṇe kwōj jālele?What are you eating as a meat course?jālele
 Ekkā aer jālele ek ippān .They often eat fish with breadfruit.jālele
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jāleṃTa ṇe jāleṃ?What do you have for gravy there?jāle-
jalenEtōke kar jalen aer kiij nuknuk eo?Why did they stitch the cloth only once?jalen
jalenpāikEar jalenpāik niñniñ eo kotake.He lifted the baby with only one hand.jalenpā
 Jab jalenpāik ḷọk pleej in jortak eṇ.Don't handle the offering plate with only one hand.jalenpā
jalenpāik(i)Jab jalenpāik(i) niñniñ ṇe bwe emaroñ wōtlọk.Don't carry that baby with one hand because you might drop it.jalenpā
jāliRaar ṃōñā kōn jāli ilo keemem eo.They ate from jāli at the birthday party.jāli
 Maañ ko kaṇ eṃōj aer jāli.The pandanus leaves have been been rolled up.jāljel
 Rej jāli maañ kaṇ.They are rolling up those pandanus leaves.jāljel
JaḷiieJaḷiie tata wa eṇ waan Alfred.Alfred's canoe is the easiest to turn.jaḷiie
 Ta eṇ ear kōṃṃan bwe lukkuun jaḷiie wa eṇ?.What makes that canoe so easy to turn?jaḷiie
JāliikJāliik tok ek ṇe bwe in bōke.Put the fish in the jāli so I can take it.jāli
jāliñiñJabōn eo ear jāliñiñ ilo ra eo.The serpent coiled around the branch.jāliñiñ
jaliraraEotlọk jān eo im jalirara.He flopped down from the breadfruit tree.jālirara
jāliraraItipiji im jālirara kōn an iiṃ an itok.I tripped him and sent him flying because of his tremendous speed.jālirara
JālitakeJālitake kijeek ṇe jān kōto in.Put up a shelter to protect the fire from the wind.jālitak
 Kwōn jālitake kōrā im ajri raṇe jān būñalñalin ṇoPut up something to protect the women and children from the sea spray.jālitak
 Kwōn jālitake kōrā im ajri raṇe jān tabwiṇo.Put up something to protect the women and children from the sea sprayjālitak
jaḷjaḷAk ña ikar pād wōt ijo i turin im pojak wōt ñan jebjeb ḷọk kein jerbal ko eaikuji ñan jaḷjaḷ.I stayed next to him in case he needed me to pass him his tools. P715aikuj
 Kōṃro kar bar ikoñ iuṃwin jidik iien bwe epoub Jema im ainikien wōt kein jaḷjaḷ ko ke rej tōtōñtōñ ippān injin eo ke ej niñeañ rōkeañ ijo.The two of us stayed quiet awhile as Father was working; the only sound was the monkey wrench banging on the engine as he shifted back and forth in there. P720ikōñ
 Ḷōṃaro rōmoot in jaḷjaḷ injinThe men went to take the engine apart.jaḷjaḷ
 Ebwe ṇe bwe emeḷak ije kiiō,” Jema eba im jino jaḷjaḷ baibThat’ll do, because there’s enough space down here now,” Father said as he started to take apart the pipes. P713meḷak
 Baib kaṇe rej aikuj jaḷjaḷ kiin wōt bwe kwōn karreoiki,” Kapen eo eba.The pipes need to come off now so you can clean them,” the Captain said. P643rōreo
jaḷjaḷateEṃōj aer jaḷjaḷate injin eo.They have taken the engine apart carelessly.jaḷjaḷ
jāljelRej jāljel maañThey are rolling up pandanus leaves.jāljel
jāljiletokKomaroñ ke jāljiletok ṃōk maañ ṇeCan you roll the pandanus leaves and bring them here?jāljel
jālkeEḷap jālke kōn an kijoñ kadek.I don't trust him because he's a drunkard.jālōke
jāllepjuIḷak toore meja ibwiljin jāllepju eo ikar lo animrokan ejja ḷōḷḷap eo wōt kab irooj eo ekar kọọle kōmmānWhen I scanned my eyes through the crowd of people, I caught a glimpse of the same old man and the chief who had put a curse on us. P1341jarlepju
jalleplepEjirilọk im jalleplep kōn jijir iaḷ eo.He slipped and fell on his back because of the slippery road.jijir
jālleplepEar jālleplep nabōjān ṃōn ṃupi eo.He lay face up outside the movie theatre.jarleplep
 Ekajjookok an jālleplep buḷōn armej ro.He made a spectacle of himself lying face up in the crowd.jarleplep
jaḷḷọkÑe ej wōr nejid laddik rej iep jaḷḷọk kōnke ekkā wōt aer naaj ḷoor kōrā ro ippāer.Whenever we have male children, they are iepjaḷḷọk because they always stay with the wife's family.iep jaḷḷọk
 Kwōn jaḷḷọk.Face the other way.jāl-
 Ikar āte ḷọk pileij eo ñiin āinwōt an kar ba innem jaḷḷọk ñan Jema.I took his plate over like he had asked and then turned around and faced Father. P1331jāl-
jālluluEj make wōt jāllulu tataNo one is as patient as (s)he is. jāllulu
jaḷṃaanḷọkAolep ren jaḷṃaanḷọk.Everybody face the front. Everybody face forward.jāl-
jālṃaeJenaaj bar jālṃae doon juon iien.We'll meet again sometime.jelṃae
JalōbJalōb in likin Wōjjā reḷḷap.The pools on the ocean side of Wotje are big.jalōb
 Lale ek eṇ ilo jalōb eṇLook at the fish in that pool.jalōb
 Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej turọñ ilo jalōb eṇ ilik.Those men are spear fishing in the reef pools on the ocean side.jalōb
jalōbeKwōn jalōbe kāāj ṇeMake a barb on your hook.jalōb
JāloojEnnọ jiokrain Jālooj.Jiokra made in Jaluit are good.jiookra
JālōtJālōt in aṃ kar kwaḷi kein ṃōñā .You didn't wash these dishes too well.jālōt
 Jālōt tata kein ṃōñā kwaar kwaḷi.The dishes you washed are the most poorly cleaned.jālōt
jāltoElur jabarin āne ko rej jālto arierThe lagoon side of the islets facing west are calm (windless).jabar
JāltōAerartata keinikkanin Jāltō.The trees on Jāltō Island are the most scorched.aerar
jaḷtokEj jaḷtok.He's facing me.jāl-
 Eḷap an ekkañ jaḷtok eṇ an jiṃṃa.My grandfather's adze is very sharp.jaḷtok
 Jaḷtok eṇ ej kōṃṃan in Amedka.The adze is made in the USA.jaḷtok
jāltokIep jāltok ajri ṇeYou are fortunate to have a girl child.iep jāltok
jaḷtokeInaaj jaḷtoke ḷọk ijeṇe enana ilo jouj ṇeI'll use the adze and whittle off the bad part of the canoe bottom.jaḷtok
JālukraIjọ kōn tutu ilo naṃ eṇ ikōtaan Jenkā im Ḷōtoonke tōre ko kōmjel jinō im jema kar jokwe im kowainini ilo Jālukra.I used to swim in the salt-water pool that lies between Jenkā and Ḷōtoonke when I went with my parents to make copra at Jālukra wāto (on Emejwa Islet on Likiep).naṃ
JālwōjRi-abwinmake eo jān Jālwōj.The person who fears ghosts from Jālwōj.abwinmake
 Taiboon eo ear kōdekākeiki likin Jālwōj.The typhoon spread rocks all across the ocean side of Jālwōj.dekā
 Ijāmin ilọk ñan Jālwōj.I will never go to Jaluit.jāmin
 Tōran ikōtaan Mājro im Jālwōj eḷapThe distance between Majuro and Jaluit is great.tōran
jaṃIjaje jaṃ men rot ṇeI don't know how to steal that kind of thing.jaṃ
jaṃbelKwōn bōk jōōt e bwe en jaṃbel ñan ad juon iuniboom"Take my shirt as a sample for a uniform.jaṃbōḷ
jaṃboAk kiiō ij ja jaṃbo tok ñan waan kapin aelōñin e.But for now I’ll wander over to the boat at the end of the island. P119jaṃbo
 Kōjro jaṃbo niñawajLet's take a stroll to the north end of the island.niña
JaṃboḷọkJaṃboḷọk ñan āne jidikdik eṇ.Go over to that small islet for a change of scene.jaṃbo
jaṃbotokḶalem en ri-pālele raar jaṃbotok jān Amedka im juon iaan ri-jaṃbo rein enañinmej.Five couples came from America for a vacation and one of them is now sick.jaṃbo
JaṃeJaṃe bọọḷ ṇeKick that ball.jaṃ
 Kwaar jaṃe iaWhere did you swipe it from?jaṃ
JāmeejJāmeej tata jeje kaṇ an Tony.Tony's writing is the lightest.jāmeej
jaṃewajIlo anidep, kwōj aikuj jeḷā im pojak in jaṃliki ak jōṃṃaane bọọḷ eo ñe renaaj jaṃewaj.In the game of anidep, you need to know and be prepared to kick the ball either forward or backward as necessary when it's been kicked toward you.jaṃlik
JāmilurJāmilur bajjek men eo kwaar baab kwaar loe.It was only a mirage or illusion that you thought you saw.jāmilur
jāminIj jāmin ilọk jāne, bwe ijo jikū eṃool,I will never leave it, because it is my rightful place, S2 lines from a songjiki-
JaṃjenRaar itūk(i) mejān Jaṃjen.They plucked out Samson's eyes.itūk
jaṃkatEar jaṃkat.He sidekicked.jaṃ
 An jejjo wōt jaṃkat.Not very many people can side-kick.jeṃkat
jaṃkateEar jaṃkate bọọḷ eo.He side-kicked the ball.jeṃkat
jaṃlikEar jaṃlik.He back kicked.jaṃ
 Epen jaṃlik ñe kwōj jab kamminene.It's hard to back-kick if you don't practice.jaṃlik
jaṃlikiIlo anidep, kwōj aikuj jeḷā im pojak in jaṃliki ak jōṃṃaane bọọḷ eo ñe renaaj jaṃewaj.In the game of anidep, you need to know and be prepared to kick the ball either forward or backward as necessary when it's been kicked toward you.jaṃlik
jaṃlik-jōṃṃaanJen kūkure (ikkure) jaṃlik-jōṃṃaan kōn bọọḷ ṇe nejiṃ.Let's play kickball with your ball.jaṃlik-jōṃṃaan
jaṃṃboEṃṃan wōt amimān jaṃṃbo bajjekHow nice that the four of you can just take it easy and cruise around.amimān
jāmmoururtokIa ṇe kwōj jāmmoururtok jāneWhere are you coming from looking so sickly?jāmmourur
JamneJidpān e ej jidpānin Jamne.My saw was made in Germany.jidpān
jāmneAṃbōḷin iien ko jāmne men ṇeThat anvil has been around since the German times.aṃbōḷ
 Elōñ apkaaj in Nippoñ, Jāmne, Jeina, Bodeke, im bar elōñ laḷ.Many are part Japanese, German, Chinese, Portuguese, and also from other countries of origin. S3apkaaj
 Epen an būrijin Jāmne kien jān būrijin Amedka.German priests are stricter than American priests.būrij
 Aelōñ kein raar pād iuṃwin pein Jipein, Jāmne, Jepaan, im ālikin pata eo ḷọk ñan rainin, rej pād iuṃwin pein Amedka.These islands were under the wing of Spain, Germany, Japan, and after the war up until today as of 1965 under the wing of America. S3iuṃwi-
 Kwaar lo ke oboñūn Jāmne eo arro?Did you see my German tray?oboñ
jāṃōdKoban teru kōn aṃ jāṃōd.You won't get anywhere with your unscrupulous behavior.jāṃōd
JaṃōṇJaṃōṇ in iṃōn wia ta ṇe ekanooj ḷap wōṇaān?What store did you buy that expensive salmon from?jaṃōṇ
jaṃōṇeJenaaj jaṃōṇe raij e bwe en nenọ (ennọ).We'll mix salmon with the rice to make it tasty.jaṃōṇ
JaṃōṇōṇōJaṃōṇōṇō tata bade eo boñ.The party last night was the most uninteresting.jaṃōṇōṇō
 Ta eo ear kōṃṃan bade eo en jaṃōṇōṇō?What made the party uninteresting?jaṃōṇōṇō
jaṃtiltiliRi-Amedka ro ilo tariṇae eo ḷọk an laḷ in raar jaṃtiltili Hitler im ejeddaṃ.In World War II the Americans defeated Hitler in an end move and he got smashed.jaṃtiltil
jaṃtokKwōn jaṃtok.Kick in this direction.jaṃ
jañEnaaj jañ ajiri ṇe kōn aṃ kaabbwilōñlōñe.The baby will cry because you're bothering it.abbwilōñlōñ
 Iabōb in roñ aṃ jañ.I hate to hear you cry.abōb
 Iabwin lo aṃ jañ.I don't want to see you cry.abōb
 Ij lo amijeel jillọk im jañ.I saw the three of you bow you heads and cry.amijeel
 Bwōlen ñe kwōnaaj kaaṃonikaiki enaaj jako an jañ.Maybe if you gave him the harmonica to play with, he'll stop crying.aṃonika
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jānKaabwilōñlōñūṃ ekōmatōrtōrḷọk jān kaabwilōñlōñinYour pestering is more hideous than his pestering.abbwilōñlōñ
 Eabōblepḷọk jān ṃoktaShe's more refusing than before.abōblep
 Ri-abwinmake eo jān JālwōjThe person who fears ghosts from Jālwōj.abwinmake
 Ij ḷōmṇak eaaddeboululḷọk Jọọn jān kwe ak iaaddeboulul tata iaadeañI think John's dizzier than you but I'm the dizziest of us fouraddeboulul
 Ejjeḷọk eṇ eademlōkmejḷọk jān bar juon.No one has greater inalienable rights than anyone else.addemlōkmej
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jāneEj alebabu ak juon raan enaaj ḷak ilbōk retal jāne.If he continues with his laid back attitude he'll one day be left behind.alebabu
 Iroñ ainikien eo im ḷak lukkuun alluwaḷọke ḷọk ijo ej itok jāne.I heard a noise and looked over to where I thought it had come from. P1039alluwaḷọk
 Ia in ej būbūtbūt (ibbūtbūt) tok jāne?Where are all those drops coming from?būbūtbūt
 Ej bōtōktōk allōñ ñe laḷ in ej pinej meramin aḷ jāne.An eclipse of the moon comes about when the earth blocks off the sunlight from it.bōtōktōk allōñ
 Dedeinke wiik uweo tok juon naaj iien an niñniñ eo nejū kemem im iabwin jako jāne.And because the week after next will be my son’s first birthday and I really don’t want to miss it. P95dedeinke
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jānelinEpaḷḷọk jānelin wa eo.The jānel on the canoe got torn off.jānel
jāniKwōn amān jāān kaṇe aṃ bwe kwōnaaj mej jāni.Spend your money now because you can't take it with you.amān
 Kwōjab inojeikḷọk jāni wa kein, iaḷ iṇ mour ko kein.Don't drift away from these canoes, these are your passes to life. (Don't take things for granted.)inojeik
 Komaroñ ke jeiḷọk katak ko ear jako jāni?Could you write down those lessons he missed when he was absent?jei
janijEmoot in janij an nuknuk.She went to change her clothes.jānij
JañijJañij in lik rōbaijin.The jellyfish at the ocean side are poisonous.jañij
jānijKōjro jānij at bwe edik at e jān bōra.Let's trade hats because this one is too small for me.jānij
 Eor ke jānij ippaṃHave you got any change on you?jānij
JānijiJāniji joñoul taḷa ṇe ñan jāān dekā joñoul jāān.Change the ten dollar bill to dimes.jāān dekā
 Kwōn jāniji nuknuk kaṇe aṃ bwe retutu.Why don't you change your clothes as they are wet.jānij
 Etōke kōjro jab jāniji doon, ij lewoj raij ak kwoletok bwiro.Why don't we make a trade, I will give you rice, and you will give me preserve breadfruit.jānij
jānijitokKwōmaroñ ke jānijitok jāān e?Can you change this money for me?jānij
jāniknikAlfred elukkuun niknik im Tony elukkuun jāniknik.Alfred is very industrious and Tony is very lazy.jāniknik
jañinIj jañin ellolo abōḷ kilmeej.I have not seen a black apple.abōḷ
 Ej jañin kanooj ibwij im ej maroñ wōt akake jokwā eṇ.The water is not very high and he's still able to tow the driftwood with his feet touching the bottom.akake
 Emaroñ bōd kilen aṃ aṃaiktok tiin ṇe; en kab baj ke kwōj jañin kar aṃa juon alen.You might not hammer the tin properly; especially since you've never once used a hammer before.aṃa
 Kwōn aṃwinḷọk pein ajri ṇe bwe ej jañin jeḷāWash the child's hands because s/he hasn't learned how to do so yet.aṃwin
 Baj anemkwōjier ke eñiin rej jañin jāde!They really are independent; aren't they, since they have not returned!anemkwōj
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Jān-indeeo-ñan-indeeoAnij Jān-indeeo-ñan-indeeo.God Eternal.jānindeeo-ñanindeeo
JañiñiJañiñi in ia ṇe kineōṃ?Your sleeping mat is from which atoll?jañiñi
 Juon e kineō jañiñi.I have a sleeping mat.jañiñi
jānitRej ṃōñā jānit in barulep.They are eating coconut-crab claws.jānit
Jānit-lepJānit-lep in baru lep.The big claw of the coconut crab.jānit
jaññōreKwōn jaññōre.Make a canvas-drop for it.jaññōr
 Rar jaññōre ijo eḷap an itok kōto ie.They made a canvas-drop at the windward side of the house.jaññōr
jañnuwaadeIj jañnuwaade tok eok.I am lonesome for you.jañnuwaad
jānrukKōjparok aṃ kotak niñniñ ṇe bwe en jab jānruk peinBe careful when you lift the baby so you don't sprain its arm.jānruk
JāntinJāntin barulepClaw of a coconut crab.jānit
 Ebwilọk jāntin pein Tony.Tony has a broken finger.jāntin
 Jāntin barulepClaw of a coconut crab.jāntin
jantōjEḷap an aetok jantōj ṇe kwaar je.That sentence you wrote is quite long.jāntōj
jāntōjKwōn bar āliji ṃōk jāntōj eo kwaar ba.Please say that sentence again.ālij
 Jete jāntōj ilo pāārokōrāāp ṇeHow many sentences does that paragraph have?jāntōj
JāntōjinJāntōjin IñlijAn English sentence.jāntōj
jañūtiTa ṇe kwōj jañūti?What are you crying for?jañ
 Wōn ṇe kwōj jañūti.Who are you crying for?jañ
 Ta ṇe kwōj jañūti?What are you crying about?jañūt
JānwōdeLo eok Jānwōde ñe eṃṃan mōur im ankilaan Irooj.See you in January if my health's OK and it's the Lord's will.ankilaa-
 Eṃṃanḷọk jān an āindeṇe im āinwōt ej jānwōde wa in,” Bojin eo euwaak.Better than letting him go on like this as if he's sailing this boat single-handedly,” the Boatswain replied. P1047āinde-
 Jānwōde ej allōñ eo iṃaan tata ilo juon iiō.January is the first month of the year.Jānwōde
JapanḶeeṇ ej baiḷat in Japan.He is the Japanese pilot.baiḷat
 E juon iaan ri-bajinjea ro ḷọk ñan Japan.He is one of the passengers to Japan.bajinjea
 Bakōj in Japan eṃṃan jān bakōj in China.Japanese buckets are better than Chinese buckets.bakōj
 Injin in Japan bwe eṃṃan an jerbal.That engine was made in Japan because it's operating well.bobo
 Raar wiaik juon jokkwiin Japan.They bought a rice bowl made in Japan.jokkwi
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JāpeJāpe eṇ ear kōṃṃan jān .The wooden bowl is made out of breadfruit wood.jāpe
 Jāpe in ia ṇe aṃ?Your wooden bowl is from where?jāpe
 Jeban lo Jāpe bwe ekkōdọdo.We can't see the constellation Jāpe because of the heavy overcast.Jāpe
jāpoEpād ilo jāpo.It's in between.jāpo
japojakAn japojak ekaaepādpādeHis unpreparedness made him hesitant.aepedped
 Eaepādpād kōn an japojak.He delays because he's not prepared.aepedped
jāppakijIḷōḷḷap kiiō im eḷap jāppakij.I am old now and I cannot stay underwater for a long time.jāpakij
jappiọeoEḷap an jappiọeo, bwe jekdoon ñe ewōt ak ejjab piọ.He doesn't chill easily, even when it rains.jāppiọeo
jarKwōnaaj jeḷā bwe kwaar rūkaabōjāje ñan jar kaṇYou should know you were responsible for people tucking things under their arms.abjāje
 Ke iar pād i Tonga iar kanooj ketak kōn an kōbbōkakkak alin jar kaṇ an Katlik raṇ ie.When I was in Tonga I was deeply moved by the hymns sung by the Catholic congregation.alin jar
 Kwōn jab alin ṃainaik alin jar ṇeDon't sing that hymn like a love song.alin ṃaina
 Eklejia eṇ ej allōñijuuki wōṇāān ṃōn jar kāāl eṇ aer.That congregation is using their monthly contributions to build their new church.allōñ iju
 Jar ko wōj raṇ rej aḷkōnar ioon bok.The throng was taking an evening stroll on the beach.aḷkōnar
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jareJet kabuñ raan kein eṃōj aer alin jare jet iaan tonin alin kauboe kaṇ.Some churches today have converted some cowboy tunes and used them as hymns.alin jar
JarejPikeel-eañ ej wūjen Jarej. pikeel-eañIs part of Jarej.wūje-
jarinWōn eo ear kine alin jarin Katlik kein?Who composed these Catholic Church hymns?alin jar
 Ke ej dedeḷọk aṃro jarin kiki, ibar babu ḷọkAs soon as we were done saying our prayers, I lay back down. P818babu
 Ekelejia ko an Jarin Radik Doon ilo ṂajōḷThe congretations of the United Church of Christ in the Marshall Islands.eklejia
 Aolep eklejia ko an Jarin Radik Doon ilo Ṃajōḷ rej kwelọk aolep ḷọkin juon iiō ilo Mājro.All congregations of the United Church of Christ meet in Mājro every two years.eklejia
 Jerkak bwe kōjro jarin kiki ṃokta.”Get up so we can say our prayers first.” P817jar
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jarjarEnañin jarjar ke ok eo?Hasn't the net been taken from the water yet?jarjar
jarkajuEnañin jarkaju ami itok im etal.Your comings and goings are sudden.jedkaju
jarlepejuAeñwāñwāin jarlepeju.It's the clamor of a crowd.aeñwāñwā
jarlepjuRi-rōkka ro rōkaaḷḷañe jarlepju eoThe parachutists flabbergasted the crowd of spectators.aḷḷañ
 Iar lo animrokaṃ ibuḷon jarlepju eo inne.I had a glance of you in the crowd yesterday.animroka-
 Ekar iruj jarlepju eo ke rej roñ ke emej būreejtōn eo.A large crowd gathered when they heard the news that the president was dead.jarlepju
jarleplepRi-pālle eo ej jarleplep im aḷkōjeje.The American is lying on his back and sunbathing.jarleplep
jarōbKwōn jarōb tokHurry and come here.jarōb
 En jarōb tok ḷọk bwe jen kōjjeḷāik er ke jepeḷọk.It should hurry up this way so we can let them know we are drifting.” P1126jarōb
JarōbḷọkJarōbḷọk.Go quickly.jarōb
jarōkWōn enaaj jarōk bōḷāāk eṇ?Who will raise the flag?jarjar
 Wōn enaaj jarōk al eo?Who'll start the song?jarjar
 Kwōn jarōk ok ṇeTake that net out of the water.jarjar
 Iloi,” Bojin eo eba im bōk jebwe eo jān Kapen eo im jarōk juon alin ṃurI see them,” the Boatswain said as he took the wheel from the Captain and started an ancient navigator's chant. P509lelo
jarōkeRar jarōke eo wōjḷā im wa eo ear jino keplaak.They raise the sail of the canoe and start to sail away.jarjar
jaromJidpān jarom eo ejidpāne addi-lepān kaaṃtō eo.The electric saw sawed off the carpenter's thumb.addi-lep
 Iien ko etto ekar ejjeḷọk jarom.Long ago there was no electricity.etto
 Injin jarom.Generator.injin
 Jab keroro bwe kwōnāj jarom.You'd better shut up or you'll get punched.jarom
 Lale kwōjarom ilo toon jarom ṇeWatch out or you might get a shock from that electric line.jarom
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jaromeKomaroñ ke jarome mweeṇ iṃōn?Can you install electricity in his house?jarom
JarroñroñJarroñroñ.Hard of hearingja-
 Erittoḷọk im jarroñroñ.He's getting old and deaf.jarroñroñ
jarukEj jarukHe restores my soul. (from Bible: Psalm 23)jaruk
jarukiJej aikuj jaruki ṃanit ko ad rōmājkunḷọk im katakin ajri ro nājid leep ñe re jañin kar jeḷā.We must revive some of our waning customs such as leep dancing by teaching our children if they don't already know how.leep
jatIuṃwin jat.Submerged.jat
jataEar jata kake wa eo waō.He borrowed my boat.jata
 Innem juon raan Jema kab ḷōṃarein ruo erjel kar kwelọk ippān doon im lo juon ḷōmṇak bwe Jema en kepaak ḷeo waan booj in im roñoul ruo ne aitokan im kajjitōk ippān emaroñ ke kōtḷọk wa eo waan bwe erjel en jata kake ñan Likiep.Then one day Father and the two men met together and the idea arose that Father should approach the man who owned the twenty-two foot boat and ask if he would allow them to charter it to Likiep. P20jata
 Oṇāān jata eo an ṃweeṇ ij jokwe ie ej jibukwi ruwalitoññoul taḷa.The rental for my apartment is one hundred eighty dollars a month.oṇāān jata
jataikEar jataik juon kaar.He rented a car.jata
 Kōmjel bar ruo ṃōṃaanin Likiep kōmjel ej jataik wa eṇ waan ḷōmenTwo other men from Likiep and I are chartering a guy’s boat. P239jata
 Kōmjel bar ruo ṃōṃaanin Likiep kōmjel ej jataik wa eṇ waan ḷōmenTwo other men from Likiep and I are chartering a guy’s boat. P239 P239men
jatboEbwiin jatbo nuknuk kōn aer jab lukkuun ṃōrāThese clothes have the damp smell because they didn't dry properly.jatbo
jatiJei im jati ro raar bowōde doon.The brothers quarreled with each other.bowōd
 Ej kab jati ledik eṇ.That girl just got a younger sibling.jati
jatiikIj jatiik eok jān kiiō im etal.From now on you're my younger sibling. I'm making you my younger sibling from now on.jati
JatiinJatiin ri-ṂajeḷThe Marshallese way of caring for younger siblings.jati
 Jatiin in Jepaan.Sardines from Japanjatiin
 Etke kwōjintōb jatiin, ta ejjeḷọk raij ke?Why are you eating only sardines -- isn't there any rice?jintōb
 Jatiin rej jitnen ṃōṃō ilowaan kāān.Sardines are packed head to tail in cans.jitnen ṃōṃō
jatiljekAṃ jatiljek enaaj kaajḷọk eok.Your unfaithfulness will cause you to regret.ajḷọk
jatinEj kab wōr juon jatin leddikS/he just got a younger sister.jati-
 Ḷadik eo jatin ledik eṇ.The younger brother of that girl.jati-
 Ḷōmaro jein im jatin lukkuun jema.Those men are my real father's brothers.jema-
 Aḷap eo ear kajipiiji ḷeo jatin.The head of the extended Marshallese family let his younger brother speak on his behalf.jipiij
 An bōd eo ak ear ṇaruon likao eo jatin.It was his fault but he blamed his brother.ṇaruon
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jatiniRaar jatini iiōkThey put sardines as one of the ingredients.jatiin
jatiraitoEḷap an kajoor jatiraito eo ilo wa eo.The searchlight on the ship is very powerful.jatiraito
 Etke ij jab lo meramin jatiraito eo i Kuwajleen?” Bojin eo eba.Why can’t I see the lights on Kwajalein?” the Boatswain said. P561jatiraito
 Meramin jatiraito eo eromaake kōdọ eo.The searchlight illuminates the cloud.romaak
jatiraitoikiTa ṇe rej jatiraitoiki?What are they using the searchlight for?jatiraito
 Rej jatiraitoiki baḷuun eo.They're using a searchlight to search for the airplane.jatiraito
jatoḷEmarok lowaan ṃweo im ḷadik eo jatoḷ im pukot teñki eo an.It was dark inside the house and the boy groped for his flashlight.jatoḷ
 Ḷeo epilo ej jatoḷ kōn aḷaḷ eo ilo an etetal.The blind man is using the stick find his way as he walks.jatoḷ
jatoḷeEmarok im iar jatoḷe etal.It was dark and I felt my way.jatoḷ
jatōltōlTa eṇ ej jatōltōl tok ilo āneṇWhat is that shining from the islet?jatōltōl
jatūIj lewōj jatū bwe en aṃ ri-aḷkōnar in jota.I'll let you take my sister for a sunset stroll.aḷkōnar
 Ledik eo jatū.My younger sister.jati-
 Ledik eo jatū ekkā an ejja im etetal.My younger sister often walks and talks in her sleep.jeja
 Iar kapikniki ajri ro jatū.I took my brothers and sisters on a picnic.piknik
jatūṃBọọḷ, kwōn jab kaijoḷjoḷe jatūṃ.Paul, don't tease your brother with that candy.kaijoḷjoḷ
 Jab ḷōkatipi jatūṃ.Don't tease your brother.ḷōkatip
jawōdKwōn jawōd tok kijerro jikka.Could you try to get some cigarettes for us.jawōd
jawōdeEar jawōde juon leddik.He seduced a girl.jawōd
jeKwōn je etaṃ ñan bajinjea.Write your name as a passenger.bajinjea
 Ear je bwebwenatoun mour eo an.He wrote his own biography -- his autobiography.bwebwenatoun mour an juon armej
 Kwaar etale ke bok e iar je?Did you look at this book I wrote?etale
 Jab kaipi aṃ je lain ṇeDon't draw the line crooked.ip
 Eip lain eo ilo an kar ekkaiuriur im je.The line is crooked because he drew it carelessly.ip
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jeaAkkiin wōn e ioon jea eWhose fingernail is this on the chair?akki
 Wōn in ear kabwilbwili jea inWho put gum all over the chair?bwil
 Jijet ioon jea eṇSit on that chair.jea
 Jea in ea ṇe aṃ?Where is your chair from?jea
 Iar kājoon jea eoI jumped over the chair.kājoon
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jeaaḷeKōjerbal kimej im jeaaḷe tok wa eṇ bwe en itok.Use coconut fronds and wave to that canoe to come here.jeeaaḷ
JeaaletokJeaaletok.Wave to him to come here.jeeaaḷ
jeaikujLikiejān ān eo in, innem jeaikuj kōjaaḷ wa in im kabbwe,” eakweḷap wōt.We are at the windward side of the island, so we need to turn the boat and tack leeward,” the Captain still insisted. P904likiej
jeaikujiṂōjin, jej kōjeeki, im ñe rōṃōrā, kọkoṇi ṇai lowaan iiep, bọọk, ak tiin, ṃae iien jeaikuji ñan ṃōñāThen we put them to dry in the sun, and when they are dry, fit them into a basket, box, or can until we need them for food. S27koṇ
 Ṃōjin, jej kōjeeki, im ñe rōṃōrā, kọkoṇi ṇai lowaan iiep, bọọk, ak tiin, ṃae iien jeaikuji ñan ṃōñāThen we put them to dry in the sun, and when they are dry, fit them into a basket, box, or can until we need them for food. S27kōjeje
jeaḷRaar jeaḷ kōn anbwijbanier.They waved their left hands.anbwijban
jeañIba eṃṃan ñe jeañ tar āne waj im teiñi kōb ṇe adeañ ṃokta jān ad itaḷọk wōt ñan eoonene.”Should we sail to that island and fill up our water container before heading to the main island?” P1213eoonene
 Enana wōt in wāween jeañ iioone.”What an ugly situation we’re in.” P774iioon
 Iba eṃṃan ñe jeañ tar āne waj im teiñi kōb ṇe adeañ ṃokta jān ad itaḷọk wōt ñan eoonene.”Should we sail to that island and fill up our water container before heading to the main island?” P1213itaḷọk
 Jeañ lọk in kajjeḷoḷo.Let's go see if there's a boat coming. We're going to see if there's a boat coming.jeḷo
 Inaaj kapijje ḷọk ilo iiaḷ ṇe adeañ waj, ak jeañ jerak ke ej ja eṃṃan.”I will eat once we are on our way, so let’s just set sail while the conditions are still good.” P1298kapije
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jebEj jeb ioon āneṇHe reached the island.jeb
 Ej jeb i Epoon inne.It got to Ebon yesterday.jeb
JebaJeba ren aini waini ko im raar pokake.We said for them to gather the coconuts and they obeyed. ba
 Jeba wōt ṃool!A true fake! or We thought he was real! A coward!ba wōt
jebajKwōj ba jebaj ḷāwōde ḷọk aelōñin kapilōñ kaṇ wōt jidik,” Bojin eo eba.In other words, we were almost to the Caroline Islands, the Boatswain said. P1205baj
jeballeṆo ej jeballe wa eo.The waves are rocking the boat.jeballe
JebanJeban ellolo kain ṇe i ṃaan,” Kapen eo eakweḷap im ālijinmenWe won’t see those kinds of things up ahead,” he continued to insist. P928ālijinmen
 Ṃool ke jeban kōttar jidik.”Let’s wait a little.” P1296ban
 Jeban lo Jāpe bwe ekkōdọdo.We can't see the constellation Jāpe because of the heavy overcast.Jāpe
 Lale bao eṇ ej pād jeban kiju eṇ.Look at the bird on the top of the mast.jeban
 Wōn eṇ ej jeban jikuuḷWho is the Director of Education?jeban
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jebaneKwōn jab atōrak bwe jebane eokDon't lean (on me) because I can't support you.atōrak
jebarÑe jebar diak juon alen enaaj allọk āneṇOne more tacking and the island will be within range.allọk
 Eṃṃan ñe jebar ektaki tok aḷaḷ ṃokta jān an wōt bwe ej kab naaj apañḷọk wōt.I think we should reload the lumber before it starts raining even if it will be more difficult then. P728apañ
 Ejino jebar ṇeThat breadfruit is beginning to sprout leaves.jebar
 Wōn eo ear jebar pepe in jāne?Who originated that decision?jebar
 Ñe jebar kijenmej jidik, jemaroñ ellolo āne ilju jota.If we keep going like this for a while, we might see the island by tomorrow evening. P892kijenmej
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JebatAlikkar ke alin likin Jebat.It is obviously a kingfish caught at the ocean side of Jebat Island.al
JebataJebata wūnin aṃ jorrāān ṇeNo wonder you are in trouble.jebata
jebaturKaaejek tok kijed ek bwe jebatur.Use the surround net and get us some fish for we're dying to eat fish.aejek
 Koṃwin ilān kaaelmeej tok kijed bwe jebatur.You fellows go bring us some surgeonfish to eat to quench our craving to eat fish.aelmeej
jebbarLetok jablọkin ek ṇe im lelọk jebbar in ek ṇe ñan irooj eṇ.Give me the tail half of that fish and give the irooj the head half.jablọk
jebbareḶeo eṇ rej pojak in jebbare.They are getting ready to cut off his head.jebbar
 Raar jebbare Jọọn Peptaij.They beheaded John the Baptist.jebbar
jebbarinKwōn bōk jebbarin ek ṇeTake the front half of that fish.jebbar
JebboñonJebboñon eo juon imake ruj im ḷak reilik reiṃaan i lowaan wa eo, eejej eṇ ikar loe ak ña wōt.The next morning I woke up on my own and looked all around but didn’t see anyone else. P955ejej
 Jebboñon eo juon imake ruj im ḷak reilik reiṃaan i lowaan wa eo, eejej eṇ ikar loe ak ña wōt.The next morning I woke up on my own and looked all around but didn’t see anyone else. P955jibboñ
jebjebAk ña ikar pād wōt ijo i turin im pojak wōt ñan jebjeb ḷọk kein jerbal ko eaikuji ñan jaḷjaḷ.I stayed next to him in case he needed me to pass him his tools. P715aikuj
 Ekwe bar jino jebjeb tok bwe kōjjel bar kọkkọṇkọṇ,” Kapen eo ekar ba ālikin an ḷōmṇak bajjek.Okay, start passing boards so we can put them away,” the Captain said after thinking about it. P741bajjek
 Rej jebjeb piikThey are catching pigs.jebjeb
 Ekwe bar jino jebjeb waj,” Jema ekkōnono lōñ ḷọkOkay, here comes another one,” Father said. P710jebjeb
 Jebjeb tok im ni, ḷadik eṇ,” Kapen eo eba.Bring me some breadfruit and coconut, Boy,” the Captain said. P1277jebjeb
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jebkwanwūjọJibwe tok ṃōk jebkwanwūjọ eo ilo pāāntōre ṇeCould you hand me the coconut oil from the pantry?jebkwanwūjọ
jeblaakJoñan kijerjer, jekdọọn āt rot ak men eo de eo jen jeblaak,” Kapen eo eba.I am in a big hurry here; it doesn’t matter what the boat’s name is, just that we get going,” the Captain said. P437de
 Jeblaak in wa enāj bar jebḷaak, jeblaak in armej eban bar jebḷaak.Proverb: The ship that leaves will return, but the person who leaves (dies) will never return.jeblaak
 Jeblaak in wa enāj bar jebḷaak, jeblaak in armej eban bar jebḷaak.Proverb: The ship that leaves will return, but the person who leaves (dies) will never return.jeblaak
 Kōmeañ ej pojak in jeblaak kiiō jiljino awa.”We are all ready to set sail at 6 o’clock.” P456jeblaak
 Raan eo juon, ke ekar jota dikdikḷọk, kōmmān tōkeak ḷọk i arin Kwajleen im bar atartar ilo ejja wab eo kōmmān kar pād ie ṃōṃkaj jān ammān kar jeblaak.Early the next evening we sailed toward the lagoon side of Kwajalein and came up alongside the same pier where we had been before we had set sail. P1338jeblaak
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jebḷaakJeblaak in wa enāj bar jebḷaak, jeblaak in armej eban bar jebḷaak.Proverb: The ship that leaves will return, but the person who leaves (dies) will never return.jeblaak
 Jeblaak in wa enāj bar jebḷaak, jeblaak in armej eban bar jebḷaak.Proverb: The ship that leaves will return, but the person who leaves (dies) will never return.jeblaak
 Kwōnaaj jebwebweḷọk ñan āneeṇ im inaaj jebwebwetok ñe jenaaj jebḷaak.You paddle to that islet and I'll paddle back.jebwebwe
jeblokwanBōk jeblokwan kijeṃTake half of the food for yourself.jeblokwan
jeboErro kukure (ikkure) im jebo.They played to a draw.jebo
 Keem eo inne jebo.Yesterday's game was a tie.jebo
jebōdEj ettōr im or jerata jet iien eḷaññe jelo ke jebōd ak jeṃakoko in pokake im kajiṃwe kōj make.”Misfortune strikes sometimes when we see that we have made a mistake but don’t want to correct what we have done.” P1211bōd
jebokwōnÑe kwōj uwe ilju inaaj jebokwōn ippaṃ buñūnin.If you are leaving tomorrow, I'll come and spend the night with you.jebokwōn
JebōñJebōñ wōt dān ilo kab in.There's very little water in this cup.jebōñ
jebōnmālinEwi jebōnmālin iiō eo ḷọk eo aṃ?Where's your jebōnmāl that you made last year?jebōnmāl
jeboululEj jeboulul ilo an jab tōmak ke emej likao eo jein.He shook his head in disbelief at the news of his brother's death.jeboulul
jebranoKwōn jebrano bwe ña ij peij.You sing soprano and I'll sing bass.jebrano
jebtaEnaaj wōr ḷalem jebta ko ilo kūrijṃōj in.There will be five chapters peerforming in the coming Christmas festivities.jebta
 Enaaj or jebta Kūrijṃōj in.There will be a song fest this Christmas.jebta
 Renaaj jebta ilo ṃōn jikuuḷ eṇ.They will hold a song fest in the school building.jebta
 Kumi in al eo jān Ḷora ear lukkuun tūtileñeñ (ittileñeñ) ilo jebta eoThe singing group from Laura was the most impressive at the song-fest.tileñeñ
jebuñEḷak kar ba ke jebuñ jān Ruōt im jen bwābwe wōt bwe aelōñ eo epād i reeaar, ekwe kwōbar ba ke eaab.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. P1236buñ
jebwaEdujebwābwe jebwa eoThe jebwa dance was fouled up.dujebwābwe
 Ejeḷā jebwa ḷadik eṇ im kwōn kōjebwaiki.That boy knows the jebwa so you should have him dance it.jebwa
jebwābweIar jebwābwe jān ṃweoI wandered from the house.jebwābwe
 Kar bōlen ṃōttan kōjwad im ekar jebwābwe tok ijekein tok,” euwaak.Maybe it strayed from its flock and ended up here,” he replied. P1066jebwābwe
 Kar bōlen ṃōttan kōjwad im ekar jebwābwe tok ijekein tok,” euwaak.Maybe it strayed from its flock and ended up here,” he replied. P1066kōjwad
jebwālelKwōj jebwālel tok jān ea?Where did you stagger here from?jebwāālel
jebwatōrRi-jebwatōr eo ejeḷā tata jebwatōr ej jān Epoon.The one who is expert in making jebwatōr is from Ebon.jebwatōr
jebwatoreKomaroñ ke jebwatore tok iaraj ?Could you make us some jebwatōr out of these taro?jebwatōr
jebwatōrinJet kaṇ jebwatōrin EpoonThose are some jebwatōr from Ebon.jebwatōr
jebweJekdọọn jebwe ṇe, kwōn itok.Never mind the wheel, just come down. P633atok
 Bojin e, atok ṃōk ippān jebwe e bwe in wōnṃaan waj,” Kapen eo eba.Mr. Boatswain, come steer so I can go down there,” the Captain said. P632atok
 Wātok ja ilo jebwe e bwe in wawōj in bōklōñ tak kaṃbōj eo,” Kapen eo eba ñan Bojin eo.Come and steer so I can go down and bring up the compass,” the Captain said to the Boatswain. P506bōk
 Ij kab baj naaj kar roñ ainikien ke ej ajwewe ijo ippān jebwe eo ṃōṃkaj wōt jidik jān an kar waḷọk bwijerro eo jọteen eo.It was the first time I heard the sound of whistling from him close to the steering wheel just before the tragedy struck that evening. P1034bwijerro
 Eñeṇ ilo jebwe eṇ,” Kapen eo eba.He’s over at the wheel,” the Captain said. P646eñeṇ
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jebwebweKe ij tōprak ḷọk ioon teek iroñ an Kapen eo kōppeḷaak ikijjien awaan jebwebwe ko aerjeel Jema im Bojin.When I got back up to the deck I heard the Captain planning out steering duties for the three of them for the night. P536aer
 Boñon eo kein kalemñoul ḷalem, ñe ejiṃwe aṇtọọne ḷọk, ilo kar ruatimjuon awa jọteen eo ke Kapen eo ej jebwebwe, juon men in bwilōñ ekar waḷọk.At eight o'clock in the evening of our fifty-fifth night, if my mental arithmetic was correct, the Captain was steering and something amazing made an appearance. P1025 P1025aṇtọọn
 Kapen eo ekar jebwebwe ak ñe Jema ej iri ḷọk wōiḷ im tōtoon ko jān pein.The Captain was steering and Father was wiping oil and dirt from his hands. P866irir
 Rijebwebwe eo ejeḷa tata jebwebwe eṇ.He is the one who is expert in steering.jebwebwe
 Ke ij tōprak ḷọk ioon teek iroñ an Kapen eo kōppeḷaak ikijjien awaan jebwebwe ko aerjeel Jema im Bojin.When I got back up to the deck I heard the Captain planning out steering duties for the three of them for the night. P536kijjie-
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JebwebweinJebwebwein Jiḷap ekōṃṃan bwe en rōḷọk wa in.Jilap's steering caused the boat to miss the island.jebwebwe
jebwebweḷọkKwōnaaj jebwebweḷọk ñan āneeṇ im inaaj jebwebwetok ñe jenaaj jebḷaak.You paddle to that islet and I'll paddle back.jebwebwe
jebwebwetokKwōnaaj jebwebweḷọk ñan āneeṇ im inaaj jebwebwetok ñe jenaaj jebḷaak.You paddle to that islet and I'll paddle back.jebwebwe
jebwijiIar jebwiji anrinI kicked him in the rear end.jebwij
jebwijiḷọkKako eo ear jebwijiḷọk kako eo juon.The rooster kicked away the other rooster.jebwij
jebwijlepKwōn jab baj aṃḷap bwe jebwijlep.I wish you'd stop grabbing so much land for yourself as we have a large lineage.amḷap
jedañJekdọọn ñe ear jikuuḷ ak ekab jedañ deEven though he has been to school he's still not competent.jedañ
jedaoAjiri jedao.He is just a kid.jedao
 Kwōn jab kanooj inepata ippān bwe jedao bajjekDon't worry too much over him because he's just an unlucky kid.jedao
JedaounJedaoun pālle men eṇ.He's a sorry American.jedao
jedaujijEpen jedaujij in Amedka.American pants are strong.jedọujij
jeddaṃIar wadu im jeddaṃ.I called and I got wiped out. (Poker game) jeddaṃ
 Ear lōkātok em jeddaṃ.He surfed in and got wiped out.jeddaṃ
 Iar kajjioñ im jeddaṃ.I tried but ran into an obstacle.jeddaṃ
Jede"Jede ak eō" ej juon iaan jabōn kōnnaan ko an ri-Ṃajeḷ."Look up to the frigate bird" is a Marshallese proverb. (It means to follow and respect the traditional chief.)ak
 Raar jede ṃweo ṃokta jān aer deḷọñe.They kept a lookout on the house before raiding it.jedjed
 Kōmmān jimor jede im jāāle lōñ ḷọkWe all followed it with our eyes as it went up into the sky. P940jedjed
 Kōmmān jimor jede im jāāle lōñ ḷọkWe all followed it with our eyes as it went up into the sky. P940jejāāl
 Ḷōṃaro rej jede baḷuun eo.The men are looking up at the plane.jejed
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jedelañEjirilọk lio im jedelañ.She slipped and fell on her back.jedelañ
jedeḷọkElukkuun raelepe an armej ro jedeḷọk ñan erpoot eo im rōruṃwiji baḷuun eo im emootḷọk jān er.It was really late when the folks got started for the airport, and they were late and missed the plane. It was noon before the folks started for the airport, and they were late for the plane and missed it (it left without them).raelep
JedikeJedike ri-ajejin ḶōktabWe don't want givers who ask to have their gifts back.ajejin Ḷōktab
 Jedike kain eṇ ejjañjañ.We don't like cry-babies.jañ
jedjedEjeḷā jedjed iju ḷōḷḷap e.This old man is good at observing stars.jedjed iju
JedkāJedkā im lali erki wōt ni in entak kein.Choose trees that are good for picking green coconuts and note their location. jedkā
jedkajuEnañin jedkaju aṃ pād āninWhy are you staying on this island for such a short time?jedkaju
jedoujijKwōn joñe jedoujij ṇe dettaṃ wōt ke.Try the pants on and see if they fit.joñe aorōkin
 Elukkuun joto jedoujij ṇe ilo aṃ kōṃake.The pants you are wearing really fit you.joto
jedọujijEḷap an aer jedọujij e .My trousers are too tight.aer
 Kwōj ja kaaidiki ḷọk lukwōn jedọujij e an.Please make his pants' waist narroweraidik
 Iar akkauni jedọujij e iṃōn Kūraan.I bought my trousers on credit at Grant's store.akkaun
 Aṃ ke jedọujij ṇeIs that your pair of pants?aṃ
 Eḷap an bab jedọujij eMy trousers are too tight.bab
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jedtakEttōr im jedtak.He ran and fell on his back.jedtak
jeeaaḷIbaj jeeaaḷ ḷọk ñan er.I waved back at them. P524jeeaaḷ
 Juon uweo jekad ejok ioon buwae ṇe iōñ, ak jet roro armej ioon parijet rej jeeaaḷ tokI saw a black noddy land on the northern buoy and some people on the shore beckoning to us. P523jekad
JeeaaḷeJeeaaḷe bwe en itok.Wave to him to come over.jeeaaḷ
 Kwōn jeeaaḷe wa eṇ bwe en itok.Beckon to that canoe to come here.jeeaaḷ
jeeaḷeJema elo miroū im jeeaḷe ḷọk ñan ippān.As soon as Father got a glimpse of me he made a gesture with his hand for me to come toward him. P581jeeaaḷ
jeedwaanArmej jeedwaan eo eaar uññare ri-ṃweie eo kōnke ekwōle.The hungry tramp begged for food from the rich person.armej jeedwaan
 Armej jeedwaan in ia raṇe?Where are those strangers from?armej jeedwaan
 Armej jeedwaan rej jab ekkāālel.Strangers do not have a choice.armej jeedwaan
jeedwaaninArmej jeedwaanin ro iānin raṇ rej kūtōltōl.The strangers on the island are now demonstrating and protesting.armej jeedwaan
JeeepeniiileeepenJeeepeniiileeepen,” ḷeo ekate ba innem kad kiin eṃ kōn taij ko.Seeeveneeeleeveeen,” the man said with all his might, and then threw the dice against the wall of the house. P156kakkōt
jeekJej jeek āneṇWe are sailing into the wind to that islet.jeje
 Joñan adeañ kar lo to, enañin juon wiikin adeañ jeek reeaar,” Jema eba.We were so far out westward that it’s taken us one week of sailing east to get here,” Father said. P1200jeje
JeekiIar addeboululḷọk ñan ṃōn Jeeki inne in kappok liṃō uno.I was dizzy when I went to Jeeki's house yesterday to get some medicine.addeboulul
JeeklikEkabwilọklọk māj ad naajdik wōt Ḷajiḷap ak jej jab naajdik Jeeklik.Our support of Ḷajiḷap but not of Jeeklik is causing hurt feelings.kabwilọklọk māj
jeekḷọkEar ettōr im jeekḷọk.He ran and became short of breath.jeekḷọk
JeeknaanJeeknaan rej jijet laḷ.Commoners sit on the floor.jeeknaan
 Jeeknaan in buḷōn mar.A bush native (kanaka).jeeknaan
 Jab kōkarrūkarōkḷọk (ekkarrūkarōkḷọk) eok bwe kwe jeeknaan.Don't try and get yourself accepted (by doing different things) because you're only second class.kōkar
JeeḷaJeeḷa in waan tariṇae eṇ.Those are the sailors from that warship.jeeḷa
 Iar jeeḷa ḷọk ñan Jepaan.I was a sailor on trips to Japan.jeeḷa
jeeḷaikWōn enāj jeeḷaik wa ṇeWho will be the crew of the boat?jeeḷa
JeenJeen in tiṃa bwe eḷap.It's a ship chain because it's big.jeen
jeeneRaar jeene tiṃa eo.They chained the ship to the dock.jeen
jeepKōjro jeep im kaṃool ke inaaj kōrọọl waj ṃuri e ippaṃ.Let's shake hands as a promise that I will pay back my debt.jeep
jeepepḷọkEar kōk laḷ em jeepepḷọk āneoThere was an earthquake and the island disappeared.jeepepḷọk
jeeps EjjiipiipiEjjiipiipi an kōnono. He’s always talking about jeeps. Ejjiipiipi an kōnono. He’s always talking about jeeps. Ejjiipiipi an kōnono.He’s always talking about jeeps.jiip
 Ejjiipiipi an kōnono. He’s always talking about jeeps. Ejjiipiipi an kōnono. He’s always talking about jeeps. Ejjiipiipi an kōnono.He’s always talking about jeeps.jiip
jeerWa eo ear jeer jān wōd eo.The canoe turned away from the reef.jeer
 Elā baḷuun eo ke ej jeer.The plane banked when it turned.
jeereÑe eṃōj aṃ mwijbar ināj jeere eokAfter you get a haircut I'll trim your hair.jeor
jeerinbaleEkadik pen kōpel ḷeeṇ bwe ejeḷā jeerinbale.It is very difficult to chase him because he knows how to make quick, sharp turns.jeerinbale
JeiJei im jati ro raar bowōde doon.The brothers quarreled with each other.bowōd
 Ejeḷā jei.Younger siblings know what to do to older siblings.jei
jeibAolep jibboñ im jota, ej iien eakto jekaro im kōkkāāl jeib.Every morning and evening the jekaro should be unloaded and the bottle renewed. S19eakto
 Naṃnaṃi jeib kaṇeRinse those coconut sap bottles.jeib
 Erup juon iaan jeib koOne of those coconut sap bottles is broken.jeib
 Aolep jibboñ im jota, ej iien eakto jekaro im kōkkāāl jeib.Every morning and evening the jekaro should be unloaded and the bottle renewed. S19jeib
 Aolep jibboñ im jota, ej iien eakto jekaro im kōkkāāl jeib.Every morning and evening the jekaro should be unloaded and the bottle renewed. S19kāāl
jeikKōm ar jeik bōke ko.We tacked around the capes.jeje
jeiklọkKwōn jab jeiklọk jāneDon't turn away from him. or Don't ignore him.jeik
jeiḷọkKomaroñ ke jeiḷọk katak ko ear jako jāni?Could you write down those lessons he missed when he was absent?jei
jeiṃLedik eo jeiṃ eṇ ej kab itok.Your older sister just came.jei-
 Ekkar ñan kōṃanitin Ṃajeḷ, kwōj aikuj pokake jeiṃ.According to Marshallese etiquette, you have to listen to your older siblings.kōṃanōt
jeinEaiṇokko ḷọk jān ledik eṇ jein.He's more light complexioned than his older sister.aiṇokko
 Likao eṇ edik ejaññiñi ḷọk jān likao eṇ jein.The young man is more patient than his older brother.jaññiñi
 Ej jeboulul ilo an jab tōmak ke emej likao eo jein.He shook his head in disbelief at the news of his brother's death.jeboulul
 Jein ledik eṇ ḷadik eo.The boy is her older brother.jei-
 Ḷōmaro jein im jatin lukkuun jema.Those men are my real father's brothers.jema-
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JeinaEṃṃan aji in Jeina.Chinese chopsticks are good.aji
 Akajein ia ṇe? Akajein Jeina.Where is that expert from? A Chinese expert.akaje
 Elōñ apkaaj in Nippoñ, Jāmne, Jeina, Bodeke, im bar elōñ laḷ.Many are part Japanese, German, Chinese, Portuguese, and also from other countries of origin. S3apkaaj
 Juon eṇ kōtka pinana jeina.I have a banana plant variety.Jeina
 Etūkanne ḷọk tūrakin Pālle jān tūrakin Jeina.U.S.-made trucks can carry more cargo than the Chinese-made ones.tūkanne
jeinaeEtal im dọuk ḷọk jeinae eṇ ñaneGo lower the coconut-frond mat for her.dedọdo
 Liṃaro raṇ rej āj jeinae.The women are weaving jeinaejeinae
JeirroJeirro uweo ej peḷọk i ar.Our brother is drifting and fishing on his canoe over yonder.peḷọk
jeitanDedeen ke eḷak ekkāke baḷuun i mejatoto ioon aelōñ in, jeitan wūdeakeak kōn ainikiier.”You know, it’s like how the planes are flying above this island all the time, the noise makes me want to go crazy.” P199ainikie-
 Ej aikuj kar meḷeḷe eake men eo Jema ekar jiroñ ḷọk kōnke joñan an kijoñ jāālelin nemān kiaj eo i lowa, jeitan ban kōboutuut ijo.The Boatswain must have understood what Father meant, because the smell of gas was so strong inside that we could hardly breathe. P771jāālel
 Ej aikuj kar meḷeḷe eake men eo Jema ekar jiroñ ḷọk kōnke joñan an kijoñ jāālelin nemān kiaj eo i lowa, jeitan ban kōboutuut ijo.The Boatswain must have understood what Father meant, because the smell of gas was so strong inside that we could hardly breathe. P771kōboutut
 Ak lowaan wa eo ejino marok im jeitan ban loḷọkjeṇ.But inside the boat it was starting to get dark and we couldn’t see very far. P138loḷọkjeṇ
jeitōnBaj ajjiḷapḷapiṃ ke jeitōn ban kōboutut.You have such a strong body odor that it's hard for us to breathe.ajjiḷapḷap
jeiūḶadik eo jeiū eṇHe is my older brother.jei-
JejJej jab ṃōṇōṇō ippān ri-kaaeñwāñwā.We're not crazy about people who are responsible for noise.aeñwāñwā
 Jej aikuj in jipañ ri-aikuj.We must help the needy.aikuj
 Enana kaajjimālele ñe jej jab lōke kōj.It's not good to talk of something we are not sure about if we do not have self confidence.ajjimālele
 Jej akkaun ke iṃwiin?Do you allow credit purchases hereakkaun
 Jej jab kōṇaan roñjake ri-akwāāl.No one wants to listen to people quarrel.akwāāl
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jejaKōn an jeja ek eṃṃan ḷeo ear kaalle kijen lio pāleen.Because there wasn't any good fish around he had to catch wrasse to feed his wife.alle
 Enañin jeja aṃ itok?Why did you seldom visit us?jeja
 Ilo raan kein i Ṃajel ekanooj in jeja ellolo aer kōjerbal aje.Today in the Marshalls one rarely sees aje being used. S11jeja
 Kōm ḷak ilbōk Kapen eo ejino kōkeroro, āinwōt ñe jej jeja.We were all so surprised when the Captain started to yell like nothing we had heard before. P1043jeja
 Ekkein jeja (ejja) ḷeeṇHe used to talk in his sleep.jeja
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jejaajajEnaaj jejaajaj (ejjaajaj) bwe eṃor.That old battery will have to be charged all the time.jaaj
JejaajmiJejaajmi wōt,” Kapen eo eba.It will be good for sashimi,” the Captain said. P1307jaajmi
jejaajmimiEḷap an jejaajmimi (ejjaajmimi) raan tebōḷ eṇ.Pieces of sashimi are all over the table.jaajmi
jejaakIuwe ḷọk ioon tūrak eo im jino jebjeb ḷọk aḷaḷ ñan Jema ioon wab eo bwe en jejaak ḷọk ñan ḷōṃaro ruo.I got onto the truck and started passing lumber to Father on the pier so he could pass it to the two guys on the boat. P354jejaak
 Iroñ men in im kūrōneḷọk jidik ānen bwe in kab jipañ Jema jejaak lōñ ḷọk aḷaḷ.When I heard this I picked up the pace so I could finish bailing and help Father pass up the lumber. P673kūrōn
 Ej rōḷọk wōt aḷaḷ eo jinointata jān pein ak epo ippa im kōṃro jiṃor jejaak ḷọk ñan ḷōṃaro i lōñ.As soon as he lifted up the first piece, I caught hold of the other, and the two of us passed it to the guys up above. P684rōḷọk
jejāākākTa ṇe kwōj jejāākāk kaakeWhy do you always check up on people?jāāk
jejāānwūjwūjEḷap an jejāānwūjwūj (ejjāānwūjwūj) raan tebōḷ en.The pieces of sandwich are all over the table.jāānwūj
jejabEṃṃan ainikien im āinwōt juon ñe jejab likbade wa in bwe ijeḷā ke eṃṃan an jerbal.It sounds good and it doesn’t matter if we don’t test drive this boat because I know it works well. P336jab
jejabdedeEṃōj ṇe aṃ jejabdede (ejjabdede) ak kwōn jino koortokjān aṃ mour.Stop being so carefree and start making something of your life.jabde
jejabwilbwilKwōn jab jejabwilbwil (ejjabwilbwil) ijeṇe bwe kwōnaaj tōtoon (ettoon).Don't roll all over the place there or you'll get dirty (said to baby having tantrum).jabwilbwil
jejajaEjjeḷọk wōt jejaja (ejjaja) in eṇ ajri.That child is always being carried (on the hip).jaja
jejajeBwe jejaje koṃro en kar kōṇaan ke ṃōñā, ke raij im kuwat kōjota e am iṃwiin,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.I didn’t know if you guys were going to want to eat; our family had rice and tinned meat for supper,” the old man said. P189jaje
jejājejeEḷap an jejājeje (ejjājeje) wa in kiiō.This canoe has lots of machetes in it right now.jāje
jejakikiEḷap an jejakiki (ejjakiki) keemem eo.There were lots of mats at the birthday celebration.jaki
jejakmeejejEj oodin jejakmeejej.She was more on the brunette side.jakmeej
 Aolep jōṃjāān jōṃjatin raṇ im jejakmeejej (ejjakmeejej).All of those siblings have dark skin.jakmeej
jejakokoKwōn jab jejakoko (ejjakoko) jān aṃ jerbal.Don't be absent from your job so often.jako
 Ia ṇe kwaar jejakoko (ejjakoko) ieWhere have you been that I haven't seen you for so long?jako
jejāleleRej jejālele (ejjālele) aolep iien.They always eat sauce with their food.jālele
jejalōblōbEḷap an jejalōblōb (ejjalōblōb) likin āninThere are lots of pools on the ocean side of this islet.jalōb
jejāminEḷaññe Anij ej jab ṇajitbōd innem jejāmin mōurIf God does not breathe spirit into us we will not live.ṇajitbōn
jejaṃōṇṃōṇBwiin jejaṃōṇṃōṇ (ejjaṃōṇṃōṇ).Smell of salmon.jaṃōṇ
jejāneneTa ṇe koṃwij jejānene (ejjānene) kakeWhat are you so excited about?jejānene
jejañijñijEḷap an jejañijñij (ejjañijñij) iar kiiō.There are lots of jellyfish at the lagoon side right now.jañij
jejaññōrñōrṂweo eḷap an jejaññōrñōr (ejjaññōrñōr) eṇThat house always has its canvas-drop up.jaññōr
jejarjarEḷap an jejarjar (ejjarjar) rōplen eo.The reverend is always praying.jar
 Wūliaṃ ej make wōt jejarjar (ejjarjar).William is always broke.jar
JejarjartataJejarjartata (Ejjarjartata) Reverend eo ear itok jān Amedka.The Reverend who came from America is always praying.jar
jejarleplepKwōn kadikḷọk aṃ jejarleplep (ejjarleplep).Try not to lie on your back so much.jarleplep
jejaromromEḷap an jejaromrom (ejjaromrom) buñūninThere's lots of lightning this evening.jarom
jejatataḶeo eḷap an jejatata (ejjatata) ṇeThat man is always borrowing.jata
jejatboboEbwiin jejatbobo (ejjatbobo) nuknuk kōn aer jab lukkuun ṃōrāThe clothes have the smell because they didn't dry properly.jatbo
jejatōltōlEḷap an jejatōltōl (ejjatōltōl) juuj kaṇe aṃ.Your shoes are very shiny.jatōltōl
jejeĀindein admān naaj jeje tak waj ijeṇe tak waj ñan Likiep.That way we’ll sail into the wind toward Likiep. P842ad
 Kwōn jab anōk jeje.Don't imitate my writing.anōk
 Ejjeḷọk apeltakin an jeje.The way he writes is really clumsy.apeltak
 Rōba eṃṃan ñe ej jeje etan ippān baaṃle eṇ bwe en kab ri-jolōt ie.They said that it would be good if he register with that family so he could be an inheritor there. ba
 Emṃan eltan pein ilo an jeje.His handwriting is good.eḷtan pā
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jejebJema ejino jejeb lōñ ḷọk aḷaḷ.Father started passing up lumber. P683jebjeb
jejeblaakJejeḷā ke jejeblaak.”I’m sure we’ll be able to go.” P327jeḷā
 Kōpooj tok aolep ṃweiemi ñan wa in bwe jiljino awa jejeblaak,” Kapen eo ekkōnono tok ikōtaan meme.Bring all your things to the boat because we are going to set sail at 6 o’clock,” the Captain said to me between bites. P379kōtaa-
 Ñe ededeḷọk kōjmān ektak im ilju jota mājojo jejeblaak.When it’s ready, we’ll load up, and tomorrow evening we’ll go for sure. P279mājojo
jejeboululEṃōj ṇe aṃ kijoñ jejeboulul (ejjeboulul).Why don't you stop shaking your head in disagreement all the time.jeboulul
jejedBar ṇatọọne tak jidik bwe en jako baḷok kaṇe i turin kaab eṇ” Bojin eo ekar ba ke ear jejed jān turin rikin eo i reeaar.Sheet the sails in a bit to get rid of the folds next to the gaff,” the Boatswain said as he scanned the horizon standing by the rigging on the starboard side. P854baḷok
jejedmatmatinEjjeḷọk jejedmatmatin (ejjedmatmatin) an kọọte piik eo.It's so obvious he stole the pig.jejedmatmat
jejeededEḷap an jejeeded (ejjeeded) ri-pālle meḷan āne in.The Americans are all over this islet.jeeded
jejeikikḶeo eṇ ej jejeikik (ejjeikik) ñan an ilān eaṇwōd.The man is busily moving around in preparation for his fishing trip.jeik
 Liṃaro raar jejeikik (ejjeikik) im kọṃṃan ṃōñā ñan ri-lotok ro.The women were busily preparing food for the visitors.jejeikik
 Etke kwōj jejeikik (ejjeikik); ta eor men eo ke?Why are you walking around excitedly; is something big coming up?jejeikik
jejekadkadEn baj jejekadkad (ejjekadkad) wōt aṃ kōnono?Why is your talk so scattered?jekadkad
jejekakkakEḷap an jejekakkak (ejjekakkak) bōraI have lots of dandruff.jekak
jejekapenpenAolep ni jekaro kaṇ im jejekapenpen (ejjekapenpen).The bottles on all those coconut trees being tapped for sap are all less than half full.jakapen
jejekaroroLale eḷap an jejekaroro (ejjekaroro) raij ṇeBe careful not to put too much toddy all over that rice.jekaro
jejekjekeKwōn jab jejekjeke (ejjekjeke) waini ṇeDon't keep chopping that copra nut.jekjek
jejekpādpadeElukkuun jejekpādpade (ejjekpādpād) ekkalin ṃweeṇThat house has more than enough rafters.jekpād
jejeḷāMen eo jejeḷā de eo ke jepeḷọk.The only thing we know for sure is that we are drifting. P1234de
 Jān wōt an ekkonono ak jejeḷā ej juon ri-jājjāj.From the way he talks, we know that he’s a show off.jājjāj
 Jejeḷā ke jejeblaak.”I’m sure we’ll be able to go.” P327jeḷā
 Bwe ta jejeḷā ñāāt eo enaaj kar waḷọk āne,” Bojin eo ejiroñ ḷọkHow were we supposed to know when we would see land?” the Boatswain yelled over to him. P1233naaj
 Eṃṃan bwe iien eṇ jejeḷā ke jeban bar peḷọk,” iba.It will be better because we’ll be sure not to get lost again,” I said. P1336peḷọk
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jejelōblōbKe baj lowaan wa eo eo kōmmān kar kabijje ie, men eo jemaroñ roñ de eo ijo ej aininkien ammān kañuri petkōj ko, koba ippān ainikien an jejelōblōb dān eo i kōtaan eḷḷa ko.The only thing we could hear inside the boat was the sound of us eating our biscuits and of the water splashing around between the ribs of the boats. P813eḷḷa
 Ek rot eṇ ej jejelōblōb (ejjelōblōb) ijjuweoWhat kind of fish is that splashing way over there?jejelōblōb
jejeḷọkTa nenaan (ennaan) bajjek? ...Ej ja jejeḷọk (ejjeḷọk)(wōt).Any news yet? ... Nothing yet.ja
 Enañin or ke eṇ eitok? ... Ej ja jejeḷọk (ejjeḷọk) wōtHas anyone showed up yet? ... No one yet.ja
 Jej jab ṃōñā kanniōkin kau iaelōñ ko ilikin iṂajeḷ kōn an jejeḷọk (ejjeḷọk).We don't eat beef on the outer islands of the Marshalls because there isn't any.kanniōkin kau
 Jab kapijjuleik ṃwio ṇe bwe enaaj jejeḷọk kobbanBetter not string that scarer unevenly or it won't catch any fish.kapijjule
 Kab lale bwe en jejeḷọk māāl i turin im lukkuun kapene bwe en ḷak lelāle wa in en jab wōtlọk.Make sure there is no metal next to it and secure it so it doesn’t fall when the ship rolls.P514pen
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jejeṃarṃarTony eḷap an jejeṃarṃar (ejjeṃarṃar).Tony is taking vacations all the time.jeṃar
jejemjemeKe ij tōkeak ḷọk ej jejemjeme (ejjemjeme) wōt bakbōk eo.When I got there he was sharpening the knife.jemjem
jejeṃṃaṃaKobwiin jejeṃṃaṃa (ejjeṃṃaṃa).You smell of sardines.jeṃṃa
jejenḷapḷapEḷap an jejenḷapḷap (ejjenḷapḷap) bao in āniinThere are lots of old hens on this island.jenḷap
jejenọnọEḷap an jejenọnọ (ejjenọnọ) iarin āniinThere are lots of jenọ on the lagoon side of this islet.jenọ
jejeorEban jejeor (ejjeor) eọ ṇeThat tattoo is indelible.ban jejeor
jejeoreorKwōn jab jejeoreor (ejjeoreor) bwe jenaaj jorrāān.Don't turn so frequently or we might have an accident.jeor
jejeoreorinbaleKōn an jejeoreorinbale (ejjeoreorinbale) wa eo waan, rejab jibwe.His canoe zigzagged so much they couldn't catch it.jeorinbale
jejeparujrujEnañin aolep raan rimween rej jejeparujruj (ejjeparujruj).There is excitement in that house almost every day.jeparujruj
jejepdakdakḶañ eo ekōṃṃan tibat ko ren jejepdakdak (ejjepdakdak).The tea kettles were all crushed in the storm.jepdak
jejepepeEḷap an jejepepe (ejjepepe) kemem eo.There were lots of baskets at the birthday party.jepe
jejepjepKwōn jab kōṇaan jejepjep (ejjepjep).Don't always be so biased.jep
jejepjeptakeKwōnaaj jejepjeptake ḷadik ṇe ñan ñāātWhen are you going to stop slapping the boy?jeptak
jejepḷāḷāLiṃakaak ko rej jejepḷāḷā (ejjepḷāḷā) imejatotoThe kites are gliding in the air.jepeḷā
jejeplejlejEḷap an jejeplejlej (ejjeplejlej) armej in āneṇLots of people on that islet have contracted an STD.jeplej
jejepliklikEḷap an jejepliklik (ejjepliklik) wa eṇ.That ship is really rolling.jepliklik
jejepliklikinJeḷā ta eo jej door ad leke ie; jeḷā eo ej waḷọk jān imminene in kile wāween jejepliklikin juon wa ioon ṇo ke ak jeḷā eo waḷọk jān lo kōn māj.How do we know which knowledge to put our trust in; the knowledge gained from actually feeling the sway of the boat on the waves or the knowledge that comes from observing. P800jepliklik
jejeplōklōkBojin e, kwōjab lukwōje jila ṇe aṃ im itok kōjro eọuti ippān doon bwe ren jab jejeplōklōk im peḷọk.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. P669jeplōklōk
jejepooḷiEṃōj aer jejepooḷi (ejjepooḷi) ek ko.The large group has surrounded the fish.pooḷ
jejerakṂōttan wōt bar jilu tok awa im jejerak.Only three more hours until we set sail. P404jerak
jejerakeKapen eṇ ej ba dedeḷọkin adeañ ṃabuñ, jejerake wūjḷā ñe im jibadek jidik,” ejiroñ tok eō.”The Captain says we should finish our breakfast, raise the sail, and be on our way,” he called over to me. P826jerak
jejerakrōkḶōṃarein aolep ri-Likiep im rej mājur ḷọk wōt ilo men in jejerakrōk, joñan aerjel jelā.All of these men were from Likiep, and they were so good at sailing that they could do it in their sleep. P31aer
 Kōmij jejerakrōk bajjekWe're just sailing around, going no place.jerak
 Eḷap iọkwe ḷōḷḷap in kōn an āñin ippān aolep iien ej jejerakrōk.I really love this old man because he always took me with him when he went sailing. P298jerak
 Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej jejerakrōk (ejjerakrōk) bajjek iaar.Those men are just leisurely sailing around in the lagoon.jerakrōk
 Ilukkuun kar bwilōñ bwe bōjen alen kar jejerakrōk ippān Jema ak ij jañin kar wōjak men in ḷōḷaoI was really surprised because I had sailed with Father many times but had never felt seasick. P653ḷōḷao
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jejeraṃōlĀinwot jejeraṃōl kōn an ejjeḷọk armej.We feel poor and lonely because we don't have people around.jeraṃōl
JejerataJejerata wōt ke rōkaliaik kōj.It will be bad fortune when they banish us.P202jerata
 Jejerata wōt ke rōkaliaik kōj.It will be bad fortune when they banish us. P202kalia
jejerkakkakIar kanooj jejerkakkak (ejjerkakkak) boñ kōn abṇōṇō.I kept getting up all night because I was uncomfortable.jerkak
jejetōbtōbJoñan an jejetōbtōb (ejjetōbtōb), eao.He is so spiritual, he has a halo on his head.ao
jejetokKememej im jab jokwōd in jejetok.Remember not to neglect writing to me.jokwōd
jejetōkLikao eo etijeṃḷọk jejetōk piik eṇ.That's the young man who is an expert at gutting pigs.jejetōk
jejeururTa eṇ rej jejeurur (ejjeurur) eakeWhat are they excited about?jejeurur
 Eḷap kar jejeurur (ejjeurur) ke ej bwil ṃweoThere was a great commotion when the house burned.jejeurur
jejinoḶōṃare kōn ad bwijwōḷāḷọk jejino pilo,” eba.Fellas, because we are getting older we are starting to lose our vision,” the Captain said. P1245bwijwoḷā
JejjaJejja kōttar an juae in im jerak.Let's wait for the current to weaken before we set sail.juae
 Jejja bar kōraeleplep ḷọk innem jenaaj eṃṃakūt.We're just waiting until after noon again, and then we'll get moving. We're just finishing lunch again and then we'll get moving.raelep
jejjabIāliklik kōn ṃōñā kōnke jejjab naajdik er.I am ashamed that we're not sharing this food with them.āliklik
 Jejjab lōke eok kōn am jaiurjet.We can't depend on you because of your slowness.jāiur
jejjetRōnañin jejjet ke ek ko?Haven't those fish been cleaned yet?jejjet
 Ek kaṇe raikuj jejjet ṃokta jān aer kōmat.The fish have to be cleaned before being cooked.jejjet
 Uno kaṇe rejjab jejjet ñan doon.The colors don't go well together.jejjet
 Enañin jejjet ke ruwalitōk awa?Is it exactly eight o'clock?jejjet
 Elukkuun jejjet uten iiōk e.The amount of water for the recipe is just right.jejjet
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jejjoEjjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27aelōñ
 Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27bọọk aij
 Eor jejjo ri-Ṃajeḷ Awai.There are a few Marshallese in Hawaii.jejjo
 Jejjo wōt armej ilo āneeṇThere are only a few people on that islet.jejjo
 Jerbal in wūnook armej an jejjo wōtPracticing traditional medicine is reserved for a select few. S8jejjo
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jejjojoEor jejjojo ri-Ṃajeḷ Awai.There are Marshallese scattered throughout Hawaii.jejjo
jejḷọkEṃṃan wōt an jejḷọk ṇo,” Kapen eo eba.It’s not that wavy, which is good,” the Captain said. P526ejjeḷọk
 Elukkuun jejḷọk dānnin aebōj eṇ.There is absolutely no water in that container.jej
 Ta ṇe ear kōkaerere bwe en jab jejḷọk jān lieṇ ippān?What causes him to be so possessive of his wife?kaerer
jejoEtabūṇṇoik(i) tūrak eo im jejo (ejjo) tūrak eo im jejo (ejjo)Salt spray caused the truck to rust.tabūṇṇo
jejodikdikEḷap an jejodikdik (ejjodikdik) rūttariṇae ro an Ri-Amedka.American soldiers frequently invade the enemy.jodik
jejọjọEḷap an jejọjọ (ejjọjọ) likao eo ilo jipij eo an.The young man was very bold in his speech.jejọjọ
jejokjokEn baj jejokjok (ejjokjok) wōt bao eṇ?Why is that bird always landing?jok
jejokḷāḷāAllōñ in eḷap an jejokḷāḷā (ejjokḷāḷā).This month the wind often comes from the north.jokḷā
jejoñIkōn jejoñ (ejjoñ) ke iar dik.I used to catch birds by hand when I was young.jejoñ
jejọñJen ilān akajoki ak kaṇ bwe en kab pidodo ad jejọñ (ejjọñ).Let's go locate the frigate birds' roost so we can easily catch them tonight.akajok
 Kōm naj jejọñ (ejjọñ) bao buñniin.We will catch birds tonight.jejoñ
 Rijjọñ bao ro remootḷọk in jejọñ (ejjọñ) bao ilo āne jidikdik eṇ.The bird catcher went to the small island to catch birds.jejoñ
 Kōjro etal in jejọñ (ejjọñ) baoLet's the two of us go catch birds (tonight).jejọñ
 Rōmoot in jejọñ (ejjọñ) baoThey went to catch birds.jejọñ
jejoñjoñḶañe ear jejoñjoñ (ejjoñjoñ) kake er.The skipjack picked them all off one by one.jejoñjoñ
jejookokEḷap an jejookok (ejjookok) likao eṇ.That young man is always bashful.jejookok
jejopālpālKwōn likoik bōraṃ bwe en jab jejopālpāl (ejjopālpāl).Use a rubber-band to hold your hair from flapping in the wind.liko
 Innem ke ej ṃōj jerake wūjḷā eo im ej jejopālpāl, epoub in ubaatake jebwe eo bwe bōran wa eo en jaaḷ niñeañ ḷọkOnce the sail was up and flapping in the wind, the Captain was busy steering the wheel in order to point the boat northward. P850ubatak
jejorKain jejor (ejjor) rot ṇe kwaar kōṃṃane ñan bakbōk ṇeWhat type of handle did you make for that knife?jejor
jejrakrōkNaaj aikuj ṇawōjḷāān tipñōl ṇe bwe en maroñ jejrakrōk.The tipñōl will need a sail to go anywhere.ṇawōjlāān
jejujenA bwe eṇta kwōj inepata ke ñe etal im apañ tok, jejujen kōjerbal kōṃadṃōdin aelōñ kein.”But what are you worried about; if we go and something is wrong, then we’ll fix it in the traditional ways.” P289apañ
JekJek wōjke ṇe bwe en waḷọk buḷōn.Chop that tree so that the heart of it appears.boḷ
 Jek tok juon liṃō ni.Cut a coconut open for me to drink.jekjek
 Jek raan ṇeCut the branch of that breadfruit tree.jekjek
 Rijekjek wa eo ear jek juon tipñōl.The canoe builder made a large outrigger. canoe.jekjek wa
 Wōn ṇe ear jek wa ṇe waaṃ?Who built your canoe?jekjek wa
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jekabItok kōjro jekab em atar doon.Let's see which of us is better at checkers.atar
 Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej jekab.The men are playing checkers.jekab
 Kwōj ba jekab naaj maroñ kōbaatat wōt iñak ñāātYou're saying we won't be able to smoke until I don't know when." P773kab
jekabooteTa ṇe kwōj jekaboote?What are you planning?jekaboot
 Ej jekaboote an etal.He's scheming his move.jekaboot
jekadEj ja ajjewewe bajjek wōt ijo ak ekā tak juon jekad im jok ioon aeran anbwijmaroñ.While he was whistling a black noddy flew over and landed on the Captain’s right shoulder. P1035ajwewe
 Juon uweo jekad ejok ioon buwae ṇe iōñ, ak jet roro armej ioon parijet rej jeeaaḷ tok.I saw a black noddy land on the northern buoy and some people on the shore beckoning to us. P523jekad
 Jen ilọk in jekad tok nejid jekad.Let's go and hunt for jekad as pets.jekad
 Eor juon nejū jekad.I have a pet jekadjekad
 Ṃokta kar jekad eo, kiiō wa eo.First the black noddy bird, now the ship. P1175ṃokta
jekadeKōjparok bwe renaaj jekade mejaṃBe careful that something doesn't get into your eyes.jekad-
JekadikJekadik kar baj ḷotoWe were too much to the west. P893ḷo-
jekadkadinEar lel ilo jekadkadin baaṃ eo.He got hit by shrapnel (from the bomb)jekadkad
jekāiōōjEṃōj jekāiōōj ni eṇThey cut notches in that coconut tree.jekāiōōj
jekajejeJemaroñ kōmatte im ewaḷọk jekajeje (eṃṃan ñan limen niñniñ).We can boil it to become jekajeje (a good beverage for babies). S19jekajeje
jekajejeikKwōn jekajejeik jekaro kaṇe.Cook that sap to make it thicker.jekajeje
jekajejeikḷọkRaar jekajejeikḷọk jekaro bwe ren maroñ pād ruo raan.They cooked the sap before they gave it away, so it could stay without fermenting for two days.jekajeje
jekajjinōkḶeo ear laṃōj im ba, "Jen ibbuku bwe jekajjinōk.He shouted and said, "Let's take a break; we're breathless."ibbuku
jekakEor ke jekak bōraṃDo you have dandruff?jekak
JekakaJekaka in bōb rot ṇeWhat type of pandanus did you make the jekaka from?jekaka
 Ñe ej emmed, kwōj uṃwini im ewaḷọk liped ak jekaka.When it is ripe, you bake it and it becomes liped (baked breadfruit) or jekaka (breadfruit chips). S12memed
JekakaanJekakaan wōn in?Who made this jekakajekaka
jekakaikEṃōj am jekakaik bōb ko.We have made chips out of the pandanus.jekaka
JekakaōJekakaō.I made the jekakajekaka
jekakeEḷap an jekake bōraI have lots of dandruff.jekak
jekaṇJuon eo ajineañroin jekaṇ raar iione.They met up with a coward from somewhere.ajineañro
jekaṇeEor ke kapije jekaṇe?Is there any grub around?kapije
jekapeelṂōe ear kalōke ej kwaḷọk an jekapeel.The house he built shows his lack of skill.jekapeel
 Ej jekapeel wōtHe's still immature.jekapeel
jekarKwōj ḷōmṇak jekar tōpar ia ke ej kun injin e admān?” Jema ekajjitōk ippān.Where do you think we were when our engine went out?” Father asked. P790ad
 Eor jete raan kiin jān ke jekar jerak ñan Likiep?”How many days has it been since we set sail for Likiep?” P1326kar
jekaroAolep 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.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. S19bwije-
 Aolep jibboñ im jota, ej iien eakto jekaro im kōkkāāl jeib.Every morning and evening the jekaro should be unloaded and the bottle renewed. S19eakto
 Kwōnañin eọut(i) ke ni jekaro eṇ aṃ?Did you lash that coconut sap sprout of yours yet?eọeo
 Jab ilim jekaro ṇeDon't drink the coconut sap.ilim
 Aolep ni jekaro kaṇ im jejekapenpen (ejjekapenpen).The bottles on all those coconut trees being tapped for sap are all less than half full.jakapen
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JekaroukiJekarouki raij ṇe bwe en nenọ (ennọ).Put sap in the rice to make it delicious.jekaro
jekarounEnnọ ke jekaroun ni (jekaro) eṇIs the sap from that coconut sapling delicious?jekaro
jekdoonEḷap an jappiọeo, bwe jekdoon ñe ewōt ak ejjab piọ.He doesn't chill easily, even when it rains.jāppiọeo
jekdọọnEjej kain ṇe bar memarokrok ak lelorin annañ ke baj joñan eppak eo an, jekdọọn ñe ekun ak kōmin kar lo wōt annañin.There was nothing else, even a dark shadow that would have been there since it was so close; even though the lights went out we should still have made out its shape. P1154annañ
 Jekdọọn jebwe ṇe, kwōn itok.Never mind the wheel, just come down. P633atok
 Jekdọọn ak Likiep ṇe i ṃaan,” Kapen eo eakweḷap im ālijinmenNever mind, Likiep is straight ahead,” the Captain insisted over and over again. P927ālijinmen
 Jekdọọn ñe ekate joñan wōt an maroñ ak ekar jab bōbweer in dikḷọk.But no matter how hard he tried, he couldn’t get it to stop slowing down. P616bōbweer
 Jab door naan ko naan jekdọọn.Don't disregard my words (don't consider my