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aelōñin

see: aelōñ land; country; island; atoll

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1.Ekwe ej jab nana ak kwōn kōpopo ilo boojaṃ bwe jen jab peḷọk im peek aelōñin Ṇauṇau,” Bojin eo erere ke ej ba men in.Alright, no big deal, but you should go get yourself ready so we won’t drift and end up on the island of Ṇauṇau,” the Boatswain said as he laughed. P290booj
2.Kwōj 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
3.Aelōñin eañThe northern atolls.eañ
4.Aelōñin kiiñ ñan aelōñin kiiñ rōnaaj juṃae doon.Kingdom shall rise against kingdom.aelōñin kiiñ
5.Aelōñin kiiñ ñan aelōñin kiiñ rōnaaj juṃae doon.Kingdom shall rise against kingdom.aelōñin kiiñ
6.Ak kiiō ij ja jaṃbo tok ñan waan kapin aelōñin eBut for now I’ll wander over to the boat at the end of the island. P119jaṃbo
7.Ālkin aolep ruo allōñ, waan rawūn eṇ ej raun ñan aolep aelōñin ṂajeḷEvery two months as of 1965 a field trip ship makes the rounds of all the islands of the Marshalls. S17aolep
8.Ālkin aolep ruo allōñ, waan rawūn eṇ ej raun ñan aolep aelōñin ṂajeḷEvery two months as of 1965 a field trip ship makes the rounds of all the islands of the Marshalls. S17rawūn
9.Eakaje ṃūtōn kōn an kar pād ilo aelōñin pālle kaṇ.He acts like a V.I.P. ever since he went to the U.S.akaje
10.Eakḷañḷọk likao in aelōñin.The young men of this atoll are more preemptive.akḷañ
11.Eḷap an lōñ eañ ilo aelōñin WōjjāThere are lots of eañ shells at Wotje Atoll.eañ
12.Jemọ, Pikaar, Tōke, im Ādkup rej jet iaan ḷārooj ko ilo aelōñin ṂajeḷJemo, Bikar, Taka, and Erikub are some of the islands in the Marshalls reserved for chiefs strictly for food-gathering purposes.ḷārooj
13.Jero jerak ḷọk ñan bōran aelōñin.Let's sail up to the main island.bōran aelōñ
14.Men kein rōkar waḷọk ilo iiaḷ in ammān tak ḷọk ñan aelōñin LikiepThese things occurred during our travels to Likiep. P876aelōñin
15.Tiṃa kein rōkein añkō iarin aelōñin Kuajleen ālikin wōt an ṃōj an ri-Amedka kar bōk aelōñ eṇ jān ri-Jepaan ro ilo tariṇae eo kein karuo an laḷ in.After the Americans took the island from the Japanese in World War II, they used to anchor these ships in the Kwajalein lagoon. P4ri-

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