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1. his soul; her soul; his; her; hers; its
2. overhaul; tune-up; get into prime running condition; work on a boat to make it sail fast

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1.Ej boea wōt ñan an kōbataat.He's too young to smoke.boea
2.Joñan an jeḷā likao eo rājetakin Joọn ilo iien jiāe al eo wōt e.John's counterpart in the singing competition was as good as John.rejetak
3."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
4.Aaet ij ememej wōt ekkatak ko an irooj eo kōjro kar bōk arro jeḷā ippān,” Jema eba ñan ḷōḷḷap eo.Yes, I still remember what our chief taught us when we studied with him,” Father said to the old man. P123katak
5.Āindein ñe ej ḷap an lur,” ekar uwaak.That’s what happens when the water is really calm like this,” he replied. P1006lur
6.Āinwōt kar ba ke kōṃro ḷe nejū naaj iukkure waj ñan ṃween iṃōṃ jọteen in ḷọk,” iroñ an Jema ba.Like I said, my son and I are going to drop by your house this evening,” I heard Father say. P117kukure
7.Āinwōt ej jab jokwōd an waḷọk bwijerro ñan kōjeañ,” Bojin eo eba.It seems like we've had our fair share of misfortunes,” the Boatswain said. P1174jokwōd
8.Āinwōt ej jab jokwōd an waḷọk bwijerro ñan kōjeañ,” Bojin eo eba.It seems like we've had our fair share of misfortunes,” the Boatswain said. P1174bwijerro
9.Āinwōt ejatdik an eddo jeṃṃaan.”The old man is surprisingly heavy.” P1052jeṃṃaan
10.Āinwōt iar ba ke koṃeañ naaj bar petok im eọtōk ān in?” men eo ikar roñ an irooj eo jiroñ ḷọk Jema de in.Didn’t I say you would drift off course and then end up right back here where you started?” That was the only thing I heard the Chief say to Father. P1347peḷọk
11.Āinwōt iar ba ke koṃeañ naaj bar petok im eọtōk ān in?” men eo ikar roñ an irooj eo jiroñ ḷọk Jema de in.Didn’t I say you would drift off course and then end up right back here where you started?” That was the only thing I heard the Chief say to Father. P1347petok
12.Āinwōt ilo jeḷā emootḷọk raan ko an.To me it seems like that time is already past. P90jeḷā
13.Āinwōt irrā ilo ḷōmṇak e an Injinia,” Bojin eo eba ḷọk ñan Kapen eo.I agree with the Engineer,” the Boatswain said to the Captain. P895rōrā
14.Āinwōt kwōjeḷā kuṇaaṃ ḷe nejū!” ettōñ dikdik tok ilo an ba.Seems like you really know your duties, Son!” he said as he smiled. P294kuṇaa-
15.Ak āinwōt iar eñjake ṇoin likin Pikeej ke ej joraantak, ṃoktaḷọk jidik jān an kun,” Jema eba.But I’m sure I felt the Pikeej island ocean side waves at dawn, just a little while before it shut off,” Father said. P792joraantak
16.Ak āinwōt iḷak lale ḷọk kōn an naaj āindein ḷọk wōt, jenaaj leinjin ḷọk ñan Likiep.”Or if it stays like this and the wind doesn’t pick up, we’ll have to use the engine all the way to Likiep.” P424ḷak
17.Ak jab meḷọkḷọk naan eo an rūtto ro, ekadu tōllọk in a eaetok peḷọk in’ ñe koṃ ḷokan kanne wa ṇe kōn jọkpej, ej kab naaj kauwōtataḷọk wōt.”But don’t forget the old saying staying within the realm of possibilities is short, but being adrift like this is long’; when you guys fill the boat with scrap, it will be more dangerous.” P99kauwōtata
18.Alikkar ke enaaj bar rọọl tok in kọkoṇi kein jerbal an,ikar ba ippa make.Obviously he is going to return and put away his tools,” I said to myself. P53koṇ
19.Bōlen eboṇ kaabreta e an.Maybe the carburetor is clogged. P620boṇ
20.Bōlen eṃṃan ñe kōjjel jino ākto aḷaḷ kiin ṇa i lọjet im pojak ñan ñe eraan im merame mejān Injinia ñan an ṃadṃōde injin ṇe,” Kapen eo eba.Maybe we should start unloading some of this lumber into the water so that we’ll be ready when there’s enough light for the Engineer to see and start fixing the engine,” the Captain said. P668ṃadṃōd
21.Bwe enaaj ewi wāween an waḷọk aḷ ke ebọṇ ḷam jako lañ,” Bojin eo eba.How is the sun supposed to come out in this terrible weather," the Boatswain said. P661 when the sun is totally obstructed by storm clouds and is invisibleboṇ
22.Ebaj to ak ijeḷā ke ebōd ḷōmṇak eo bwe Jema ediwōj tok im ḷak baj lo an āindeeo eba, Eiiaḷañe.”It had been a while, but I knew my thinking was wrong because when Father came out to where I was and saw the same thing, he said, The moon is coming up.” P222diwōj
23.Eban bwe Likabwiro ej itok ilo idik ak ear iaḷap ilo wiik ṇe kwōj kōnono kake,” ḷōḷḷap eo ebaj kwaḷọk jeḷā eo an.No, that’s not right, because Likabwiro comes during high tide, but the week you are talking about was high tide” the old man was just demonstrating his knowledge. P92Likabwiro
24.Ebwe ṇe an injin ṇe kōmmāāṇāṇ,” Jema eba ḷọkin jet minitin an injin eo jọ.The engine is warm enough now,” Father said after the engine had been running for a few minutes. P335māāṇāṇ
25.Ebwe ṇe an injin ṇe kōmmāāṇāṇ,” Jema eba ḷọkin jet minitin an injin eo jọ.The engine is warm enough now,” Father said after the engine had been running for a few minutes. P335māāṇāṇ
26.Ededeḷọk ektak im jabdewōt, kiin kōmij kōttar an jiljino awa bwe kōmmān en ṃōkōr ḷọk,” Kapen eo eba.Everything is loaded up and ready to go; now we are just waiting until 6 o’clock and we’ll get going,” the Captain said. P430ṃōkōr
27.Ej ae niñaḷọk kiiō kōnke ekkā wōt an kūtak bwe ej iien rak wōt.The current is running northwards now, because there is normally wind from the southwest since it’s summer. P186ae
28.Ejino tak ak eban lukkuun alikkar bwe ej jañin apdik an boṇ lañ,” Bojin eo eṃōkaj im uwaak.A little bit, but it won’t be very clear because the clouds are in the way and moving slowly,” the Boatswain quickly answered. P700apdik
29.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
30.Ekwe bar wajjikōt in,” Kapen eo eba ilo an kōrraatNow where to this time,” the Captain said in disapproval. P426jikōt
31.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
32.Ekwe ij ja bar ettōr laḷ ḷọk ṃōk waate Kapen eṇ ej et,” iroñ an Jema ba.Okay, I’ll run down again and check on how the Captain is doing,” I heard Father say. P1139waat
33.Ekwe jero jino ñijiri,” iroñ an Jema ba ñan Bojin eo.Okay, let’s start chanting,” I heard Father say to the Boatswain. P839ñijir
34.Ekwe,” ekar pidodo an Bojin eo ba bwe bar e ri-jar.Okay.” It was easy for the Boatswain to agree to this because he was also a person of prayer. P1077jar
35.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
36.Eṃṃan 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
37.Eṃṃan ippa,” Bojin eo eba. Im ñe je ḷoor ḷōmṇak in, ekwe jen ṃōkaj ṃokta jān an wōtlọk utọr ṇe bwe enaaj ejjeḷọk iien.It sounds good to me,” the Boatswain said, but if that’s the plan, let’s do it quickly before the storm starts up; we don’t have much time. P739utọr
38.Eṃṃan wōt an jejḷọk ṇo,” Kapen eo eba.It’s not that wavy, which is good,” the Captain said. P526ejjeḷọk
39.Eṃṃan wōt ñe jej jijet wōt im kōnono,” Bojin eo ekwaḷọk an lelotaan.It must be nice to be able to just sit there and tell people what to do,” the Boatswain said with obvious resentment. P1288lotaan
40.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-
41.Emoot ḷọk in bōk tok nuknuk ko an,Jema euwaake.He went to get his clothes,” Father replied. P417moot
42.En jab bar ilūlōt aṃ kōnnaan ak kwōn atok ḷọk bwe wūnin an or jorrāān kwe,” Kapen eo ejiroñ ḷọkDon’t talk back, just get over here; you are the one who caused this problem,” the Captain yelled at him. P635ūlūlōt
43.Enaaj to timmejid ak jeban ellolo āne,” Bojin eo ekar ba ke ej ṃōj an to jān kaju eo.We can look until our eyeballs fall off before we see land,” the Boatswain said when he got down from the mast.” P919timmej
44.Etke ekar ba āinwōt juon ñe ejjeḷọk kaṃbōj, ak en baj ḷap wōt an loloodjake bwe en jab wōtlọk?” ikajjitōk ippa make.Why did he say it didn’t matter if there was no compass but now he’s trying so hard to make sure it doesn’t fall?” I asked myself. P515loloodjake
45.Etke ilukkuun epaake tāāñ eo ak ikar jab roñ ainikien an kokopkop ke ej tōteiñ?”How come I was so close to the tank and yet I did not hear the sound of gasoline gurgling as it was being poured into it?” P592kokopkop
46.Etke kōmiro kar jab kọruj ṃōṃkaj jān an waḷọk āne?”Why didn’t you wake me up before land appeared?” P1232kōmi
47.Iba wōt kōn wiik in ñe jab wiik in laḷ ilo allōñin Juḷae, iien eo an lañ jab in.”I’m just talking about this week or next week in July; this is the time of bad weather.” P88Juḷae
48.Ij aikuj etal ñan opiij eṇ in kanne pebain jerak eo an wa in.I need to go to the District Office and fill out the sailing papers for this boat. P393peba
49.Ijab eọñōd bwe iar bar eñjake an metak tok kūrro e .I didn’t go fishing because I felt my gout coming on. P190eñjake
50.Ijab eọñōd bwe iar bar eñjake an metak tok kūrro e .I didn’t go fishing because I felt my gout coming on. P190kūrro
51.Ijaje ṃool ke wūnin an or jerata ña,” Bojin eo euwaak.I'm not sure it's true that I am the one who has caused this disaster,” the Boatswain replied. P638jerata
52.Ijeḷā ke enaaj jako an ḷōḷḷap ṇe kūrro ñe kōṃro pād i aeto.I know the old man’s gout would disappear if we were living on the small islands. P198kūrro
53.Iḷak lale eṃṃan ñe kōjjel bar kōrrọọl waj aḷaḷ ñan lowa im kọkọṇi ṃokta jān an buñ utọr ṇe im kōjjeplōklōki.I think we should bring all the lumber back in and put it away before the wind and rain pick up again and spread them all around in the water. P736rọọl
54.Iññā,” Jema eba, Ikar lo wōt an Bojin karpeni potak jiddik ko ie raan eo ḷọk. Ak …”Yes,” Father said. I saw the Boatswain patching up some little tears the other day. But …” P422karpen
55.Io epok ṃōṇe ippān ri-kadek raṇe,” iroñ an Jema ba.Uh-oh, that building is all messed up from those drunk guys,” I heard Father say. P165ṃōṇe
56.Ioḷe Kapen e, kwōn to waj ioon wab ṇe ak kwe Bojin, iwōj i lowaan wa ṇe,” iroñ an Jema ba.Well, Captain, you get down on the pier and you Boatswain get down into the boat,” I heard Father say to the Captain and the Boatswain. P350waj
57.Iroñ ainikien lelaṃōjṃōj koba ippān an kajkaj wa in im ijujen ruj,” iba.I heard yelling and felt the boat shaking and I just woke up,” I said. P583kajkaj
58.Jeṃṃaan ṇe meto tak,” Bojin eo ekar kate wōt im ba kōn an kuborbor.The boss is coming this way,” the Boatswain said through a mouthful of food. P270jeṃṃaan
59.Jen jerak tak ḷọk i lik tak ḷọk ñan bōran aelōñ in,” Kapen eo ekar ba ālikin an kar kōḷmānḷọkjeṇ jidik.We should sail along the ocean side of the islands until we reach Kwajalein,” the Captain said after thinking for a while. P1239kōḷmānḷọkjeṇ
60.Jero kōrọọl wa in bwe jen jino jeje tak,” iroñ an Jema jiroñ ḷọk Bojin eo.Let’s turn the boat so we can sail into the wind,” I heard Father yell over to the Boatswain. P1098rọọl
61.Jero kōrọọl wa in bwe jen jino jeje tak,” iroñ an Jema jiroñ ḷọk Bojin eo.Let’s turn the boat so we can sail into the wind,” I heard Father yell over to the Boatswain. P1098jero
62.Jero kōrọọl wa in bwe jen jino jeje tak,” iroñ an Jema jiroñ ḷọk Bojin eo.Let’s turn the boat so we can sail into the wind,” I heard Father yell over to the Boatswain. P1098kōj
63.Jino jebjeb tok,” eruṃwij an wōtlọk naan eo jān lāñwiin Kapen eo ke Jema ej jino leleḷọk aḷaḷ ñan e.You can start passing things down to us,” the Captain said and before the Captain said it Father had started passing lumber to him. P356lọñi
64.Kab ṇo in ej jab bōjrak an kilep ḷọk wōt.And the waves keep getting bigger. P698bōjrak
65.Kein ta kein ke jenaaj mej kaki,” Bojin eo ekwaḷọk an bōbweer.This stuff will be the death of us,” the Boatswain said, indicating he was agitated. P1128bōbweer
66.Kein ta kein ke jenaaj mej kaki,” Bojin eo ekwaḷọk an bōbweerThis stuff will be the death of us,” the Boatswain said, indicating he was agitated. P1128kake
67.Kein ta ṇe ke kooj eo an Kwajleen in jej ḷọọre,” Kapen eo eba.What is that for? We are following the right course to Kwajalein,” the Captain said. P933ḷoor
68.Kōmiro naaj lo ilo opiij eṇ an Koṃja eṇ.”You can find me in the District Administrator’s office.” P283koṃja
69.Kōpeḷḷọke aj ṇe i ṃaan im kwaḷọki tok emjak ko bwe kein arro naaj loklok,” iroñ an Kapen eo jiroñ ḷọk Bojin eo.Open the hatch and get some anchor line; we can use that to tie up the boards,” I heard the Captain yell over to the Boatswain. P674kowaḷọk
70.Kōttar,” eba Bōlen eṃṃan ñe jero poon wūjḷā ṇe ṃokta bwe enana an ejjopālpāl.Hold on,” he said, Maybe we should lower the sail first; it’s not good for it to be flapping in the wind like this. P1119jopāl
71.Kwōmaroñ loe ilo opiij eṇ an Koṃja eṇ bwe ekar etal ñan e.”You can find him at the District Administrator’s office, because that’s where he went.” P311koṃja
72.Lale kwōmeḷọkḷọk in kakkōle Kapen eṇ kōn naanin rōjañ eo an ḷōḷḷap eo,” irre lọk im ba ñan Jema ke ej moot ḷọk Bojin eo.Don’t forget to warn the Captain about the Old Man’s advice,” I said to Father once the Boatswain had left. P413kōkōl
73.Ḷeiō, ilukkuun jaje ke koṃwij jerak ak iḷak erre tok im lo an lōñ armej i turin wa in ibaj itok in lale ta,” eba.Man, I didn’t even know you were leaving until I looked over and saw all these people next to the boat, and I thought I should come see what’s going on,” he said. P463ḷeiō
74.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
75.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
76.Ḷōmare, joñan an mejel wōt kein im nana lañ, eñin āinwōt eboñ, meñe joñoul awa jibboñ kiiō” Jema ekar ba.Guys, it’s raining so hard and the weather is so bad that it seems like it’s nighttime even though it’s 10 o’clock in the morning,” Father said. P778mijel
77.Lukkuun ke jeḷe i rōk reaarin aelōñ eo,” Kapen eo ekar akweḷap wōt kōn ijo an.I am sure we are southeast of the island,” the Captain insisted, clinging to his opinion. P897reeaar
78.Ñe jenaaj kajjitōk, renaaj jipañ kōj, āinwōt an jeje ilo bokin mour.”If we ask, we shall receive, just like the good book says.” P1178mour
79.O ṃool ke?” Bojin eo eba ilo an jab tōmak.Oh, really?” the Boatswain said in disbelief. P628tōmak
80.Raar ba in bōk tok lōta e ñan Kapen ṇe an wa ṇe bwe en ektake ñan Likiep ,” eba.I was told to bring this letter to the Captain of this boat for him to take to Likiep,” he said. P309ektak
81.Ta ḷōṃa, ṃool ke ripālle raṇe reitōm peek ad jerakrōk ikōtaan aelōñ kein ad?” Bojin eo eba ilo an ainikien ḷōkatipWhat, is it true that the Americans have come in and taken control of us sailing around our own islands?” the Boatswain said in an angry voice. P395itōm
82.Aborin kapin wa in ekōṃṃan an bat.The drag on the bottom of the boat is the cause of it not running fast.abor
83.Ad eṇ an Tiṃur.A cloud formation signifying an approaching storm.ad
84.Addikdū ekōṃṃan an abṇōṇō.My looking at her out of the corner of my eye made her nervous.addikdik
85.Aein / aetin turin ānin ebwe an kajoor.The current near this island is strong enough.ae
86.Aejemjemin naan ko an ekōṃṃan aer ellowetak.His persuasiveness swayed them into action.aejemjem
87.Aelellọḷin jowi eṇ an Ri-Ṃae.The well-known lust within the Ri-Ṃae clan.aelellaḷ
88.Aemọkkweiū ekōṃṃan an inepata.My following (her) around worried him.aemọkkwe
89.Aeniñeañḷọkin tujab eṇ ebwe an kakijoñjoñ.The current that flows north in that area is a lot greater.aeniñeañḷọk
90.Aerarin an kar kōḷọk.The trees are yellow from the fire that went out of control.aerar
91.Aia, eḷap wōt an bwil.Good grief! It's so hot.aia
92.Āindein an Jema ḷōmṇak ke ej etal in kajjitōk wa eo.This is what Father was thinking about when he went to ask to use the boat. P23kajjitōk
93.Āindeo an wa eo kar epaak tok wōt im kōm kar ḷōmṇak enaaj kar wātokin de eo ak ebuñjen im ḷak kun teeñki ko ie, ejej men eṇ kōmjel loe.In this way the boat got closer and we thought it would just keep coming, but all of a sudden the lights on it went out, and we couldn’t see anything. P1153buñjen
94.Āinwōt an Likabwiro obrak im lutōkḷọk kōn jọkpej.Just like the Likabwiro was full and overflowing with scrap. P375lutōkḷọk
95.Āinwōt euñkipden an oḷọk eake im kōṃadṃōde lōñ tak ek eo.It was a well coordinated action the way he was tipping over and working very hard to bring in the fish. P1310uñkipden
96.Āinwot jejeraṃōl kōn an ejjeḷọk armej.We feel poor and lonely because we don't have people around.jeraṃōl
97.Āinwōt ñe iñak ke ejọ injin eo an wa eo, ilo an kōnono tok.The way he talked to me was like he didn’t know I knew the engine had started. P322jọ
98.Āinwōt ñe iñak ke ejọ injin eo an wa eo, ilo an kōnono tok.The way he talked to me was like he didn’t know I knew the engine had started. P322jọ
99.Ajbwirōkin raan kein ejjab einwōt raan ko an ḶañinniThe taste of today's ajbwirōk pandanus is not as good as in the day of Ḷañinni (Ḷañinni was the first prehistoric chief that can be traced back from whom descendants of the present day Kabua chiefly lineage originated.)Ajbwirōk
100.Ajjinono tata an kōnono eo ṇeThat's the one who speaks the lowest in volume.ajjinono
101.Ājḷore kōn jeḷā kaṇ an ke ej ja mour.Exploit what he knows while he's still around.ājḷor
102.Ajokḷāin iien ko an ḶetaoIt's a heap of stones from the time of the famous legendary trickster Ḷetaoajokḷā
103.Ajokḷāin juon āne ekkā wōt an ejjeḷọk armej ej jokwe ie.There is usually no one living on either end of an island.ajokḷā
104.Ajorṃaanin iien ko an Lōtañūr.It's a huge fish that's been around since the days of the legendary Lōktañūr (who invented the sail).ajorṃaan
105.Ajri eo nājin ej kaapañ an jerbal.His child is impeding his work.apañ
106.Ak ijeḷā ke ej jab bar an Injinia ṇe.”And it’s not the Engineer’s, either.” P642bar
107.Ak ke ij etal ijo ḷọk ij lo an babu bajjek.But as I went by there I saw him lazing about.ak
108.Ak kōto enaaj or wōt towan wōt an laḷ in pād.But there will be wind as long as there is the earth. P861to
109.Ak ña ito laḷ ḷọk im aluje injin eo im bwilōñ kōn an kar maroñ jọ.I went down to look at the engine and was surprised that it could actually start. P341bwilōñ
110.Ak ñe wa eo juon ekar jab bar waḷọk ālikin an kar kun.We didn’t see the other boat again after its lights disappeared. P1172kukun
111.Akadein Ḷōlwōj ebwe an tiljek.Ḷōlwōj's watching birds to locate their roost is quite thorough.akade
112.Aḷ eo an irooj in.This is the copra harvesting period reserved for the traditional chiefs.aḷ
113.Aḷaḷin ekkal ko an jikuuḷ rej itok wōt ioon piiḷtūreep eo tok.The school construction lumber is on its way here on the field trip ship.aḷaḷ
114.Aḷe, elukkuun eṃṃan an kilmir im akōñkōñtok ad lale unoon wa eṇ.Guys, the crimson and red that we see in the colors of that boat are really great.akōñkōñ
115.Aḷe, ta wūnin an wa eṇ añōppāl?Mister, why is that canoe's sail flapping?añōppāl
116.Ālikin aṃro jar, iḷak itōn kar kajjioñ kiil meja in mājur elukkuun pen kōn wōt kar ḷōmṇake an baḷuun eo itok iiom tok im etal wōt ak ejab lo kōm.After we were finished praying I was going to try to close my eyes and get some sleep but it was really hard because I kept thinking about how that plane had flown right over us but just kept going and didn’t see us. P952baḷuun
117.Ālikin an atomiik baaṃ eo debokḷok ilo ṃaḷoin Pikinni, eḷak ajeḷḷā ḷọk ek iparijet.After the atom bomb was detonated in the Bikini lagoon, there followed a deluge of dead fish washed up on the shores of the islands.ajeḷḷā
118.Ālikin an kaaṃtōūki eḷak memaan ilo aba eṇ Kuajleen emmejaja ṇa ioon dān.After he repaired it, he anchored it in the Kwajalein harbor, and it looked very beautiful on the water. P14kaaṃtō
119.Ālikin an kar to laḷ ḷọk im bar buuḷiḷọk injin eo, Jema ewanlōñ tak im jijet ioon ṃōn injin eo.After going down and revving the engine, Father came up and took a seat on the roof of the engine room. P491buuḷ
120.Alikkar an batbat bwe ear kajju ñan ṃōn bwidej eo.She was obviously in dire need to relieve herself since she made a bee-line for the restroom.batbat
121.Alikkar an kar kilep jān wōt addi kaṇe addiin.He/she obviously was big judging by his/her fingers/toes. addi
122.Alikkar an ḷōḷap (eḷḷap) ṇo jān an kajoor ṃwitaakin wa in.It's obviously choppy today from the pitching of the boat.ṃwitaak
123.Alikkar an ḷōḷap (eḷḷap) ṇo jān an kajoor ṃwitaakin wa in.It's obviously choppy today from the pitching of the boat.ṃwitaak
124.Alikkar ke etōprak jerbal eo an bwe etke ealijerḷọk.He must have landed the job since he's walking with a happy gait.alijerḷọk
125.Allikar an raan bwe eṃōjawōnene tok.Daylight is obviously near since dawn is breaking.ṃōjawōnene
126.Allōñ in eḷap an jejokḷāḷā (ejjokḷāḷā).This month the wind often comes from the north.jokḷā
127.Amedka ear ṇaṃaanpein rūttariṇae ro an Afghanistan bwe ren juṃae Taliban ro.The United States equipped the Afghanistan army with weapons to fight the Taliban.ṇaṃaanpein
128.Amijel bōt ej kōṃṃan an jinemijel inepataYour (three persons) disobedience is making your mother unhappy.amijel
129.Aṃonikain ṃōn wia eṇ an Jọọn men e nejū.I bought my harmonica at John's store.aṃonika
130.Aṃtōkū ekōṃṃan an bōd ba naan eo.My biting my lips made me mispronounce the word.aṃtōk
131.Aṃwin pein ṃōjin an ṃōñāWash his hands after he eats.aṃwin
132.An abje ekaapañ an wōnṃaanḷọk.Her shyness hinders her progress.abje
133.An abje ekaapañ an wōnṃaanḷọk.Her shyness hinders her progress.abje
134.An abwinmake ej kaajjoweweiki.His fear of ghosts makes him whistle continuouslyajwewe
135.An aolep armej jerbal kōtak.Thatching a house is a community project.kōtak
136.An bōd eo ak ear ṇaruon likao eo jatin.It was his fault but he blamed his brother.ṇaruon
137.An ejjeḷọk iju eṇ ej waḷọk ilañ ekainnijekḷọk buñinin jān boñ.Because there are no stars visible in the sky makes tonight more pitch black than last night.innijek
138.An irooj eo lāj ekaaliñūrñūri armej ro an.The chief's anger made his people murmur.alñūrñūr
139.An irooj eo lāj ekaaliñūrñūri armej ro an.The chief's anger made his people murmur.alñūrñūr
140.An japojak ekaaepādpāde.His unpreparedness made him hesitant.aepedped
141.An jejjo wōt jaṃkat.Not very many people can side-kick.jeṃkat
142.An jejjo wōt ṃaanpāThe arts of self-defense are known by but a few.ṃaanpā
143.An jerbal eṇ kōkkālọk baḷuun.His job is preparing planes for take-off.kālọk
144.An jikuuḷ ear jipañ kaaejemjeme ilo an kwaḷọk.His attending school helped to sharpen his homilies.aejemjem
145.An jikuuḷ ear jipañ kaaejemjeme ilo an kwaḷọk.His attending school helped to sharpen his homilies.aejemjem
146.An kapeel eitok wōt in kaajerrāiki an jerbal.His expertise tends to make him work alone.ajerre
147.An kapeel eitok wōt in kaajerrāiki an jerbal.His expertise tends to make him work alone.ajerre
148.An kōkōtotoik (ekkōtotoik) niñniñ eo ekōṃṃan an bōk mej in.Because the baby was exposed to the wind it caught the flu.kōto
149.An kōkōtotoik (ekkōtotoik) niñniñ eo ekōṃṃan an bōk mej in.Because the baby was exposed to the wind it caught the flu.kōto
150.An kōrā eṇ jodi kein.These zoris belong to that lady.aa-
151.An kōrā jerbal kabōōr i Jepaan.In Japan, diving for pearls is a woman's job.bōōr
152.An kōrā jerbal karere.It's a woman's job to flatten pandanus leaves.karere
153.An kwōr ekaalloiki.Her fear made her stammer.allo
154.An medwañ ekaajjiḷapḷape.The strong smell of his armpits gives him a disagreeable odor.ajjiḷapḷap
155.An mej eṇ kiki in raan.That's his shortcoming, taking naps.an mej eṇ
156.An nejin ri-Jepaan ekaaiṇokkoiki.His being an offspring of a Japanese father gives him a light complexion.aiṇokko
157.An roro ear kaalmaroñe am kōtōprak jerbal eo epen.His chanting spurred us on to complete the hard task.almaroñ
158.An utiejḷọk ekaadpāiki.He's put on airs due to the promotion.adpā
159.An wōn iien tōtaiṃoṇ.Whose turn is it to make tōtaiṃontōtaiṃoṇ
160.An wōn in aḷ kwōj kowaininiiki?Whose copra harvesting period is it you're working?aḷ
161.An wōn in ati?Whose ati is this?ati
162.An wōn in buñūn kowainini?Whose turn is it to harvest the coconuts?buñ
163.An wōn jep eṇ ilo awa jiro?Who takes the zero hour shift?jep
164.An wōn ṇe ṃade kwōj ṃadede kake?Whose spear are you using?ṃadede
165.An wōn ṇe ṃade kwōj ṃadede kake?Whose spear are you using?kake
166.An wōn ṇe peen kwōj peenen kake?Whose pen are you using?peenen
167.An wōn nuknuk ṇe kwōj juwaini?Whose dress are you putting lace on?juwain
168.An wōn taip in?Whose typewriter is it?taip
169.An wōr an tiikūri ekaakajeiki an ḷōmṇakHis college degree makes him think he's an important person.akaje
170.An wōr an tiikūri ekaakajeiki an ḷōmṇakHis college degree makes him think he's an important person.akaje
171.An wōr an tiikūri ekaakajeiki an ḷōmṇakHis college degree makes him think he's an important person.akaje
172.Ānbwinnid enaaj mej im jako ak an kein ad renaaj mour wōt ñan indeo.Our bodies will die and disappear but our souls will live on forever.an
173.Ānbwinnin wōt eo ijo ak an emootḷọk ñan lañ.Her body was there but her soul had gone to heaven.an
174.Aneptokin ekōṃṃan an maroñ tōprak ilo ekkāālel eo ḷọkHis popularity made him win the last election.aneptok
175.Anij ear ṇawāween Satan ekkar ñan an kar utiej bōro.God dealt with Satan according to his pride.ṇawāween
176.Anij in Inelep eo einwōt an kōmlōt ilo Baibōḷ.The Lord of Hosts as described in the Bible.Anij in Inelep
177.Animroon wōt eo ij lo an ettōrḷọk.I just caught a glimpse of him running away.animroka-
178.Ānin ej ṃōttan mo ko an irooj raṇ ilo aelōñ in.This islet is one of those restricted to the Irooj clan only.mo
179.Aolep armej im iọkwe kōn an lelejkōnkōn (ellejkōnkōn).Everyone likes her because of her appealing personality.lelejkōnkōn
180.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
181.Aolep iien ajiri ro rej roñjake an jimṃaer inọñ.Every time the children listen to their grandfather telling the legend.inọñ
182.Aolep laḷ ko rōḷḷap raar kanooj in itok limoier kōn men in bwe raar tōmak bwe men in juon kōkaḷḷe in an Ṃaikronijia jino wōnṃaanḷọk ñan an make jutak im bōk eddoin jerbal ko an make.The major powers of the world were quite interested in this because they believed it to be a sign of the beginnining of Micronesian independence and of their taking responsibility for their own affairs. S16kakōḷḷe
183.Aolep laḷ ko rōḷḷap raar kanooj in itok limoier kōn men in bwe raar tōmak bwe men in juon kōkaḷḷe in an Ṃaikronijia jino wōnṃaanḷọk ñan an make jutak im bōk eddoin jerbal ko an make.The major powers of the world were quite interested in this because they believed it to be a sign of the beginnining of Micronesian independence and of their taking responsibility for their own affairs. S16kakōḷḷe
184.Aolep laḷ ko rōḷḷap raar kanooj in itok limoier kōn men in bwe raar tōmak bwe men in juon kōkaḷḷe in an Ṃaikronijia jino wōnṃaanḷọk ñan an make jutak im bōk eddoin jerbal ko an make.The major powers of the world were quite interested in this because they believed it to be a sign of the beginnining of Micronesian independence and of their taking responsibility for their own affairs. S16kakōḷḷe
185.Armej rein ioon Epjā rej jerbal ilo Kuwajleen, jikin kōkeḷọk mijeḷ an rūttariṇae in Amedka.These people on Ebeye work at Kwajalein Island, site of missle launching of the American military. S1kālọk
186.Armej ro ioon wab eo rōkar loe im kōṃṃan ḷaan an maroñ kōnono tok.The people on the pier saw him and made way for him so he could speak. P452iaḷ
187.Armej rot eṇ ejjeparujruji ealikkar an jab ineeṃṃan.People who are always excited and in a flutter clearly are not peaceful.jeparujruj
188.Armej rot ejjeplōklōk jikin an jokweNomads.jeplōklōk
189.Baaṃle eo an ebarāinwōt pād i Likiep im juon eo nejin ḷaddik ej kab ḷotakHis family also was on Likiep, and his son had just been born. P42kab
190.Baaṃle eo an ebwe an doom im rōpād i Likiep.He had a very large family and they were all on Likiep. P35doom
191.Baaṃle eo an ebwe an doom im rōpād i Likiep.He had a very large family and they were all on Likiep. P35doom
192.Bait eo an Ṃaak ekaajiṃaalale.Mark's punch sent him swaying back and forth.ajjiṃaalal
193.Baj abṇōṇōū kōn an memakijkijtok.I'm so upset by his frequent visits.abṇōṇō
194.Baḷuun eṇ eḷap an ḷo ej.The plane is too high.ej
195.Bar eñṇe tok! Kein kōḷalem ṇe kiiō an tūreep in niñeañ-rōkeañ.Here he comes again! This will be his fifth trip going back and forth like that.niñeañ-rōkeañ
196.Bar juon men, retio eṃōj an kapidodoḷọk ñan ri-Ṃajeḷ, ej kijjien al ko aer.Another way in which radio has made life easier for Marshallese concerns their songs. S26pidodo
197.Bar juon men, retio eṃōj an kapidodoḷọk ñan ri-Ṃajeḷ, ej kijjien al ko aer.Another way in which radio has made life easier for Marshallese concerns their songs. S26kijjie-
198.Bar juon wāween kōjparok ek bwe en to an pād, jej atiiki im kōṃṃan ek ṃōṇakṇakAnother way to preserve fish is to smoke them and make dried fish. S27atiti
199.Bar juon wāween kōjparok ek bwe en to an pād, jej atiiki im kōṃṃan ek ṃōṇakṇakAnother way to preserve fish is to smoke them and make dried fish. S27ṃōṇakṇak
200.Baru eo eṃōj an eoreake ijo.The bulldozer has leveled off that area.eoreak
201.Bojin eo edikḷọk wōt jidik jān Jema eo me eor jilñuul jiṃa an iiō.The Boatswain was a little younger than Father, who was thirty-some years old. P38dik
202.Bojin eo ej bwebwenato ñan Jema kōn an kar nana kōjeien ilo paata eo an kar America im Japan.The Boatswain was telling Father a story about how bad things were for him during the war between the United States and Japan. P978kōjea-
203.Bojin eo ej bwebwenato ñan Jema kōn an kar nana kōjeien ilo paata eo an kar America im Japan.The Boatswain was telling Father a story about how bad things were for him during the war between the United States and Japan. P978kōjea-
204.Bojin eo ejujen wanlōñ āinwōt an ba, meñe ekar jab aelọk an jab itok-limoin eake men eo.The Boatswain went up as he was told, even though it was obvious he didn’t want to. P916itok-limoin
205.Bojin eo ejujen wanlōñ āinwōt an ba, meñe ekar jab aelọk an jab itok-limoin eake men eo.The Boatswain went up as he was told, even though it was obvious he didn’t want to. P916itok-limoin
206.Bojin eo ekar pād bajjek ijo innem jiktok an kōṇaan kōbaatat.The Boatswain stayed where he was for a minute and then was overcome with his desire to smoke. P767kōbaatat
207.Bok in ia ṇe ke eḷap an mouj.Where is the sand from, because it's really white.bok
208.Bok in Luk ej kwaḷọk menmenbwij an JisōsThe Book of Luke presents the genealogy of Jesus.menmenbwij
209.Bōlen ekar dik an ḷōmṇaki meḷeḷe ko ilo naan ko an ḷōḷḷap eo.Perhaps he hadn’t really thought about what the Old Man had said. P438ḷōmṇak
210.Bōlen ekar dik an ḷōmṇaki meḷeḷe ko ilo naan ko an ḷōḷḷap eo.Perhaps he hadn’t really thought about what the Old Man had said. P438ḷōmṇak
211.Bōlen unin an ikkutkut kūrro in kōn ṃōñāin pālle kein kijed raan kein im rōjekkar ñan ānbwinnid.”Maybe the reason my gout is always acting up is from all the foreign food these days, it’s not suitable for our bodies.” P192kut
212.Bọọj eo an ear jueoonmọñūn kōn an ruruṃwijṃwij (irruṃwijṃwij).His boss chewed him out for his constant tardiness.jueoonmọñ
213.Bọọj eo an ear jueoonmọñūn kōn an ruruṃwijṃwij (irruṃwijṃwij).His boss chewed him out for his constant tardiness.jueoonmọñ
214.Bọọḷin anidep eo ejaja im to an jok ilaḷ.The ball made specifically for anidep remains in the air for a long time.jaja
215.Boot eo inne ilo Nitijeḷā ekar ḷe juon aet ak jipikōr eo ekar kajeboiki ilo an kar boot jaab.In yesterday's vote in the Nitijelā there was one more vote in favor, but the speaker tied it by voting no.jebo
216.Bōtaab ṃōṃkaj jān kar ṃōdānḷọk, ikar roñ an Bojin eo ba ḷọk ñan Kapen eo ke ej jab lo meram eo.But before I fell asleep I heard the Boatswain tell the Captain he could no longer see the lights. P559ṃōdānḷọk
217.Būbwilwōnwōn (Ibbwilwōnwōn) tata laddik eṇ kōn an lap an kar ṃōñā wōn.That boy has the strongest smell of turtle because he ate too much turtle.būbwilwōnwōn
218.Būbwilwōnwōn (Ibbwilwōnwōn) tata laddik eṇ kōn an lap an kar ṃōñā wōn.That boy has the strongest smell of turtle because he ate too much turtle.būbwilwōnwōn
219.Bwidej ej pedped eo an aolep menin jeraaṃṃan.Land is the basis of all wealth.pedped
220.Bwil ṇe an epād ilowa.He has a fever (although he doesn't feel hot).ilowa
221.Bwilijmāāṇ ro raaiti ri-kọọt eo ṃokta jān an ko.The police nabbed the robber was before he got away.ait
222.Bwilijmāāṇ ro raar kōpāte an kọọtThe police caught him stealing.pāte
223.Bwōlen ñe kwōnaaj kaaṃonikaiki enaaj jako an jañ.Maybe if you gave him the harmonica to play with, he'll stop crying.aṃonika
224.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
225.E eo ear lo kijeek, im inọñ ko rej ba bwe unin an ri-Amedka mālōtlōt, Etao ear ko jān Ṃajeḷ im bōkḷọk an mālōtlōt ñan Amedka.He is the one who discovered fire, and the legends say that the reason Americans are smart is that Etao left the Marshalls and took his knowledge to America. S13lelo
226.E eo ear lo kijeek, im inọñ ko rej ba bwe unin an ri-Amedka mālōtlōt, Etao ear ko jān Ṃajeḷ im bōkḷọk an mālōtlōt ñan Amedka.He is the one who discovered fire, and the legends say that the reason Americans are smart is that Etao left the Marshalls and took his knowledge to America. S13lelo
227.E eo ear lo kijeek, im inọñ ko rej ba bwe unin an ri-Amedka mālōtlōt, Etao ear ko jān Ṃajeḷ im bōkḷọk an mālōtlōt ñan Amedka.He is the one who discovered fire, and the legends say that the reason Americans are smart is that Etao left the Marshalls and took his knowledge to America. S13mālōtlōt
228.E eo ear lo kijeek, im inọñ ko rej ba bwe unin an ri-Amedka mālōtlōt, Etao ear ko jān Ṃajeḷ im bōkḷọk an mālōtlōt ñan Amedka.He is the one who discovered fire, and the legends say that the reason Americans are smart is that Etao left the Marshalls and took his knowledge to America. S13mālōtlōt
229.E juon armej eo me eḷap an jouj.He is a person who is very kind.me
230.E kain ṃōṃaan rot eṇ eabwin pād ettọọne baaṃle eo an.He was the kind of man that does not like to be far from his family. P36tọọn
231.Eadkeelel ajriin kilaaj eṇ an.Her class is a bunch of spoiled kids.adkeelel
232.Eaebōjbōje iiōk eṇ an.Her cooking is flat.aebōjbōj
233.Eaejemjem an irooj eṇ naan.That chief carries power in his words.aejemjem
234.Eaepādpād kōn an japojak.He delays because he's not prepared.aepedped
235.Eaerār an kōnonoHe's always talking about ruddy turnstones.aerār
236.Eaetokḷọk an kwaḷọk jān kwe.His preaching was longer than yours.aetok
237.Eaikuj kaddikdikḷọk nuknuk kaṇ an bwe reḷḷap.She has to shrink her dresses because they are too loose for her.kaddikdik
238.Eaitok jeor kaṇ an likao eṇ.That young man's sideburns are long.jeor
239.Eajāllik an ennaanHis words have consequences.ajāllik
240.Eajāllik ḷọk an ennaan jān ñaHer words carry more weight than mine.ajāllik
241.Eajej in kabwebwe ḷọk an jerbal jān ḷeieṇHe cheats more in his dealings than that man.ajej in kabwebwe
242.Eajeḷḷā ḷọk āneo kōn ri-mej ṃōjin an eerbooj in Amedka boktañe.The corpses were scattered all over the place after the U.S. Air Force bombed it.ajeḷḷā
243.Eajerre ilo jerbal kōn an jeḷā jerbal.He works all by himself because he's an experienced worker.ajerre
244.Eajjukub an etetal.He walks with a limp.ajjukub
245.Eajjukub kōn an kar iñrōk neen.He limps because he sprained his ankle.ajjukub
246.Eajri an kōnnaan.He speaks like a child.ajri
247.Eajukubtata an etetalHe limps the most.ajjukub
248.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
249.Eakeke lọjiō kōn an ḷap kar ṃōñāI have an uncomfortable feeling in my stomach from overeating.akeke
250.Ealijerḷok an rūttariṇae ro etal ilowaan iiaḷ eo ḷọkThe soldiers walked proudly down the road.alijerḷọk
251.Ealikkar an kabbil bwe eḷakḷak.His swagger goes to show his arrogance.ḷakḷak
252.Ealikkar an kar jañin kajoor kōnke eḷak jutak ewātin ālokjakHe clearly wasn’t strong enough yet because as soon as he stood up he almost buckled over. P1223ālokjak
253.Ealikkar an kōjjeraṃōlṃōlIt's obvious that he's putting on a long face.kōjjeraṃōlṃōl
254.Ealikkar an pojakin jako bwe eaitwōnmej.He is ready to go as death broods over him.aitwōnmej
255.Ealikkar ke etōprak jerbal eo an.It is clear that he landed the job.ke
256.Eaḷjer kōn an inepataHis worries have caused him ulcers.aḷjer
257.Eaḷōṃṇakeḷọk kilaaj ruuṃ eṇ an jān kilaaj ruuṃ ṇe aṃ.Her classroom is better equipped with calendars than your classroom is.aḷōṃṇak
258.Eamṇak kōn an kar peran jiṃṃaan ilo pata.He has a lot of land as a result of his grandfather's bravery in battles.amṇak
259.Eapañ tallōñe ni eṇ kōn an jeparpare.It's hard climbing to the top of that coconut tree because of the many stems of coconut bunches on it.jepar
260.Eaplolo an jipijThe speech he made was slurred from beginning to end.aplo
261.Eaplolo jipij eo an.The speech he composed was such that it was slurred no matter who read it.aplo
262.Ear al im jujuurḷọk an abwinmakeHe sang to overcome his fear of ghosts.jujuurḷọk
263.Ear ankōṃade em ejjeḷọk an maroñ.He was unable to do anything for he was taken by surprise.ankōṃad
264.Ear bakkiiñ kōn an kar buuḷ.He paid a fine for speeding.bakkiiñ
265.Ear deñōte kōn aḷaḷ in deñdeñ eo an.He struck him with his night stick.aḷaḷ in deñdeñ
266.Ear douj kōn an jab ḷooribebHe sank because he did not follow the large wave.ḷooribeb
267.Ear eañ ke niñniñ ṇe ṃokta jān an kiki?Did you help the child urinate before he went to sleep?eañ
268.Ear erom juon ri-Ṃajeḷ ālkin an paleek juon ri-Ṃajeḷ.He became a Marshallese citizen after he married a Marshallese.erom
269.Ear ettōr im bōjrak kōn an kajjinōk.He ran and stopped because he was tired.kajjinōk
270.Ear iñtok wōt lọjien jān an kar ekkotak pāāk eddo.He got a hernia just by lifting heavy bags.iñ-lọjien
271.Ear itok ri-kaki jān Iuunibōjiti eṇ an Awai im raar katakin ri-pepe ro wāween kwelọk im bar men ko jet eḷap tokjāer ñan kōṃṃani kwelọk ko an kien.Professors came from the University of Hawai‘i and instructed the representatives on important points of how to meet and hold legislative sessions. S16pepe
272.Ear itok ri-kaki jān Iuunibōjiti eṇ an Awai im raar katakin ri-pepe ro wāween kwelọk im bar men ko jet eḷap tokjāer ñan kōṃṃani kwelọk ko an kien.Professors came from the University of Hawai‘i and instructed the representatives on important points of how to meet and hold legislative sessions. S16pepe
273.Ear jab jubūruōn kōn alalier ioon bwidej eo an.He wasn't satisfied with their care for his land.alal
274.Ear jab kanooj alikkar ekōjkan an ṃuriniej ko ilo ekkatak eo maroñ in lukkuun alikkar an wōr tokjāer.It wasn't quite clear how the benchmarks in the study could clearly be useful.ṃuriniej
275.Ear jab kanooj alikkar ekōjkan an ṃuriniej ko ilo ekkatak eo maroñ in lukkuun alikkar an wōr tokjāer.It wasn't quite clear how the benchmarks in the study could clearly be useful.ṃuriniej
276.Ear jab kanooj ḷap tōprak kōnke ej kab juon alen aer kwelọk bōtab ewōr ruo men eḷḷap raar karōki ñan an ri-Ṃaikronijia ḷooriNot a great deal was accomplished, as it was their first session, but there were two important things set for Micronesians to follow. S16kōkar
277.Ear jab ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) an alal ilo bwidej eo innem irooj eo ear lilu (illu) (ippān).He did not do a good job of caring for the land and so the irooj was angry with him.alal
278.Ear je bwebwenatoun mour eo an.He wrote his own biography -- his autobiography.bwebwenatoun mour an juon armej
279.Ear jerāiki kōn an kar kejparoke.He befriended him because he took care of him.jerā
280.Ear jerkak ṃokta jān an ikkūr kako.He got up before the rooster crowed.jerkak
281.Ear joolḷọk ilo an kar pād ippān nukin jemān.He was neglected more when he was with his father's family.jool
282.Ear kaaebōj-laḷe ṃokta jān an etal.He dug her a ground well before he went away.aebōj-laḷ
283.Ear kaarmejjete kalliṃur in pālele ko an.He defied his marriage vows.kaarmejjet
284.Ear kajipikpiki an jikuuḷHe did not finish his schooling.jipikpik
285.Ear kakōōbe an kadkad.He threw curves.kōōb
286.Ear kaṃōj jān jerbal eo an.He resigned from his job.kaṃōj
287.Ear kanooj jeraaṃṃan ilo an kar āñwōdHe was very lucky when he went fishing.jeraaṃṃan
288.Ear kawūjwūji an ḷōḷḷap eo mej.He predicted the old man's death.kawūjwūj
289.Ear kọjek ak kōn an pọ, ejab mej.I hooked it but it got inside the coral and I didn't land it.pọ
290.Ear kurṃaikḷọk waini ko an ñan Rita.He hauled his copra to Rita by cart.kurṃa
291.Ear kwaḷ ke pein ṃokta jān an rọkroke mokwaṇ eo?Did he wash his hands before he worked on the pandanus preserves?rọkrok
292.Ear lo juon an jokwā bato ilik.He found a drift bottle.jokwā
293.Ear ḷōmṇak ḷọk ḷọk eḷe jān minit ko an.He kept thinking until he went over his time limit.ḷọk
294.Ear ṃare wōt ke ej joñoul jiljino an iiōShe got married when she was sixteen.joñoul jiljino
295.Ear maroñ wiin ilo ettōr aetok eo kōn an jakkijeje.He won the long distance run because he seldom tires.jakkijeje
296.Ear ṃōṃōkajḷọk (eṃṃōkajḷọk) in kōṃṃan jikin baaṃle eo an.He went ahead to prepare a place to stay for the family.ṃōṃōkaj
297.Ear ñarij pileij eo an.He ate his food without using his hands (or utensils).ñarñar
298.Ear pinittoiki juon an tiikri im tōprak.He struggled for a degree and got one.pinnitto
299.Eaunwōḷāiki etōñaakin ṃweo iṃōn irooj eo ṃokta jān an taibuun.The porch of the chief's house was reinforced before the typhoon.añinwoḷā
300.Eba jaab em kadikāāḷāḷ kōṇaan ko an.She said no and thwarted his desires.dikāāḷāḷ
301.Ebab-laḷin kōn an kōkajoorḷọkHe's aroused by his words of encouragementbab-laḷin
302.Ebaijin kōn an kar pād Ronglap.He is contaminated by the poison from the bomb as he was in Ronglap.baijin
303.Eban eṃṃan kōn an ḷap aṃ kabōeaiki.He's not going to improve because you’re always treating him like a kid.boea
304.Eban jab ajejin Jowa bwe jowi eo an eṇ.He's bound to be a reclaimer of gifts as a member of the Jowa clan.ajejin Jowa
305.Eban jab bwe an mej eṇ.He's bound to do so because that's his weakness.an mej eṇ
306.Eban kanooj ḷap an ekkeini kōj bwe eḷap an iabuñ kōn ajri raṇ nājin.We don't see very much of him because he's so busy with his children.iabuñ
307.Eban kanooj ḷap an ekkeini kōj bwe eḷap an iabuñ kōn ajri raṇ nājin.We don't see very much of him because he's so busy with his children.iabuñ
308.Eban peljo bwe ealikkar awetak eṇ an.You can't miss him because of his outstanding part.awetak
309.Eban tōprak an jikuuḷ kōn an ṇompeHe won't succeed in school because of his love for alcohol.ṇompe
310.Eban tōprak an jikuuḷ kōn an ṇompeHe won't succeed in school because of his love for alcohol.ṇompe
311.Ebar baūjō kōn an tabHe's giddy again from drinking.baūjō
312.Ebar bōjrak roñ aerro kōnnaan iuṃwin jet minit bwe iroñ ainikien an juon iaerro iti juon mājet.After a few minutes I couldn’t hear the two of them talking anymore but I did hear the two of them light a match. P1078iaa-
313.Ebar jiktok an nanaHe insists on being naughty again.jiktok
314.Ebar kōrọọl tok ke ej ṃōj an lutōk ḷọkHe gave the bucket back to me after he had emptied it. P609rọọl
315.Ebarāinwōt kōṇaan itok ijellọkun an kōṇaan ṃōñāBesides wanting to eat, he also wants to come.barāinwōt
316.Ebbaibōḷbōḷ an kōnnaan.He's always quoting scripture.Baibōḷ
317.Ebbaḷokḷok tata raan tebōḷ eṇ an John.John's table is the most bulgy.baḷok
318.Ebbōōlōl an etetal.She wiggles when she walks.bōbōōlōl
319.Ebbūḷakḷak an alHer singing is always raised high.būḷak
320.Ebbūreekek an kijak eṇ kattōr.He's always braking when he drives.būreek
321.Ebbūroojkiki an kōnonoHe's always talking in terms of cloth for wrapping.būroojki
322.Ebbwidejdej ḷōmṇak kaṇ an.All he thinks about is owning real estate.bwidej
323.Ebbwilwōdwōd tok kōn an pāātThe smell of reef is all over the place because it's low tide.būbwilwōdwōd
324.Ebok peiū kōn an to jabōḷ.I have a blister on my hand from shoveling so long.bok
325.Ebokbok kōj eṇ an.He is not wanted.bokbok
326.Ebwe an kajoor aḷ ṇe rainiin.It's quite hot today.aḷ
327.Ebwe an kōmrame ijo bwe en ṃōṃan aṃro kōmaati kein jerbal ko im āti i lowaan tuuḷ bọọk eo.There was enough light for us to find all the tools and put them in the toolbox. P141meram
328.Ebwe an maroñ amñe edik.He's quite able despite his young age.amñe
329.Ebwe an ñūñiitwawa āninThis island has enough barracudas around it.ñiitwa
330.Ebwiin būbḷapḷap (ibbūḷapḷap) kōn an mijak dān.He smells because he rarely bathes.mijak dān
331.Eddebokbok ainikien boktañ ko an Ri-pālle.The American bombs exploded all over.debokḷọk
332.Eddek ṃōn wia eṇ an.His store is progressing.dedek
333.Eddiakeak wa eṇ kōn an ṃōkajThe boat tacks often on account of its speed.diak
334.Eddo eo an pāāk in nuknuk eo ekaajjibanbane.The weight of the duffle bag was a burden on him.ajjibanban
335.Ededeḷọk an jedọujij ḷadik eo.The boy has already put on his pants.jedọujij
336.Ededeḷọk an jeḷọk wōjḷā eo.The sail has already been pushed and secured.jeḷọk
337.Ededeḷọk kōjaake ṃuri eo an.He already paid his debt.jaak
338.Edeor jān bōd eo an.He escaped from his sin.deor
339.Edidbōlbōl an e kōtka dedek (eddek).My breadfruit plant is growing well.didbōlbōl
340.Edikḷọk ṃōḷañḷọñ kōn ḷōmṇake tok an kilepḷọk dān eo i lowa, innem ibar jino ānenI started to feel less seasick as I focused on the water inside the boat and started bailing again. P665ṃōḷañḷōñ
341.Edikḷọk kōto im ṇo jān kar boñon eo im elukkuun dik an ṃōḷeiñiñ wa eo.The wind and rain had died down since the night before and the boat wasn’t moving around as much. P822ṃōṃōḷeiñiñ
342.Edim jedọujij eṇ an.His trousers are tight.dim
343.Edipen kōn an kaddipenpenHe is strong because of his lifting weights.kaddipenpen
344.Edọọj an ḷōṃaro kōnono ñan doon.Their conversation is developing into an argument.dọọj
345.Eeor mejān joōt eṇ an.The color of his shirt is fading.eor
346.Eeor tata nuknuk eṇ an lieṇ kōn an ikkutkut an kōṇake.Her dress has faded the most because she wore it so often.eor
347.Eeor tata nuknuk eṇ an lieṇ kōn an ikkutkut an kōṇake.Her dress has faded the most because she wore it so often.eor
348.Eeor tata nuknuk eṇ an lieṇ kōn an ikkutkut an kōṇake.Her dress has faded the most because she wore it so often.eor
349.Eiaḷoḷo mejān nuknuk eo an.Her dress is yellowish.iaḷo
350.Eibeb kiiō; kōttar an mọọlThe big waves are coming now; wait for the interim period.mọọl
351.Eidiñḷọk an kōṃṃan pepe jān ṃoktaHe's now making more sudden decision than before.idiñ
352.Eiijij an iiōk pilawā.The bread she bakes smells of too much yeast.iij
353.Eiijij iiōk eo an.His batter came out having too much yeast.iij
354.Eiṃwe kōn an lōñ an jāān.He has many houses because he's wealthy.eṃ
355.Eiṃwe kōn an lōñ an jāān.He has many houses because he's wealthy.eṃ
356.Eiñ-lọjien kōn an kate kotak men dedodo (eddodo) eoHe strained his abdominal muscles trying to lift the heavy weight.iñ-lọjien
357.Eiñ-lọjien ḷadik eo kōn an kar make kotak pāāk eo.The boy has strained his abdominal muscles by lifting the heavy bag by himself.iñ-lọjien
358.Eip lain eo ilo an kar ekkaiuriur im je.The line is crooked because he drew it carelessly.ip
359.Eitan lutōk ḷọk pileij eo an kōn raij im kọọnpiip.His plate was overflowing with rice and corned beef. P374lutōkḷọk
360.Eitok em kōppaḷ armej ro kōn an jeḷā kajin Pālle.He returned and amazed the people with his knowledge of English.pepaḷ
361.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
362.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
363.Ej ajjibanbane kōbañ eo an ke ij loe.He was lugging his trunk when I saw him.ajjibanban
364.Ej akajoke an kaako eṇ edde bwe en kab jibwe ñe eboñḷọk.He's observing where the rooster is sleeping so he can catch it when it gets darker.akajok
365.Ej alluwaḷọke an jentoki ko juñaidi im buuk doon.From a distance he's watching the fighter planes engaging in a spectacular dogfight.alluwaḷọk
366.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
367.Ej ba kōn an kar ri-Nippoñ ro itan ṃan ermān aolep ri-Ṃajeḷ ilo ān eo ermān baaṃle eo an rej jokwe ie ippān bar jet armej.He was saying the Japanese were going to kill all the Marshallese people on the island where his family and some other people were living. P979er
368.Ej ba kōn an kar ri-Nippoñ ro itan ṃan ermān aolep ri-Ṃajeḷ ilo ān eo ermān baaṃle eo an rej jokwe ie ippān bar jet armej.He was saying the Japanese were going to kill all the Marshallese people on the island where his family and some other people were living. P979er
369.Ej baj meḷan ḷọk ak ej kab jino an eñaktok im ejino peḷḷọk kōmālij e .After a moment I began to realize what was happening and my head started to clear up. P586peḷḷọk
370.Ej bọọke bok kaṇ an.He's putting his books in a box.bọọk
371.Ej etal wōt ak ejino an kōkōtoto tok im kōmjel Jema im ḷōḷḷap eo leladikdik.Just as he was going, the wind started blowing and we all felt pleasantly cool. P112kōto
372.Ej ilān idaak ippān koṃbani eṇ an.He's going out drinking with his buddy.koṃbani
373.Ej 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
374.Ej 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
375.Ej jab daan ṃōkaj ilo lewōjḷā ak ebwe an wōnṃaan.It was not so very fast when it was sailing, but it went well enough. P11daan
376.Ej jab kanooj ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) oṇāān ak ebwe an kipeddikdik.He doesn't get paid too well, but he's progressing steadily.kipeddikdik
377.Ej jab ṃōt kōn an waini kaṇ kajoke.It doesn't roll because the copra is keeping it steady.jok
378.Ej jājjāj im kwaḷọk ke elōñ an ṃaniHe’s showing off and telling everybody he has lots of money.jājjāj
379.Ej jañin dedek (eddek) an doonIt hasn't grown a horn yet.doon
380.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
381.Ej jekaboote an etalHe's scheming his move.jekaboot
382.Ej jepewa ḷọk ñan an jorrāān.It's careening toward its destruction.jepewa
383.Ej jepjep wūjooj ilo meḷan eṇ an.He's mowing the grass on his lawn.meḷan
384.Ej jerataḷọk wōt kōn an kadekHe is seeing more and more misfortune because of his habitual drinking.jerata
385.Ej jikraipin kọọnjōḷ eṇ an Likiep.He is the scribe for the Likiep Council.jikraip
386.Ej juon eo ejeḷāḷọkjeṇ ilo an ṃakūtkūtHe's a conscientious and very talented person in whatever he does.jeḷā ḷọkjeṇ
387.Ej kaaiḷḷipi ṃaan ṃade kaṇ an.He's always using blunt pointed spears.aiḷip
388.Ej kaalokloki ṃweiuk kaṇ an.He's displaying his merchandise.aloklok
389.Ej kab bar alikkar an Likabwiro ḷe jān joñan an jok ke ekar ṃōṃakūt jān turin wab eo im tōtōr ḷọk ñan an buñlik.It was clear that the Likabwiro was filled to capacity and carrying as much as it could as soon as it moved away from the side of the pier and starting sailing out through the pass into the open ocean. P490buñlik
390.Ej kab bar alikkar an Likabwiro ḷe jān joñan an jok ke ekar ṃōṃakūt jān turin wab eo im tōtōr ḷọk ñan an buñlik.It was clear that the Likabwiro was filled to capacity and carrying as much as it could as soon as it moved away from the side of the pier and starting sailing out through the pass into the open ocean. P490buñlik
391.Ej kab bar alikkar an Likabwiro ḷe jān joñan an jok ke ekar ṃōṃakūt jān turin wab eo im tōtōr ḷọk ñan an buñlik.It was clear that the Likabwiro was filled to capacity and carrying as much as it could as soon as it moved away from the side of the pier and starting sailing out through the pass into the open ocean. P490buñlik
392.Ej kab ewan an pād iṃwiin.He just started to live here.ewan
393.Ej kab iañakḷọk an im ekōṇaan bar rọọl ñan ḷeo ippān.She's just come to her senses and she wants to return to her husband.iañak
394.Ej kab jerkantak an mour bade in.The party is just coming to life.jerkan
395.Ej kab kar juon iien an ri-Ṃajeḷ maat im kālōt ri-kwelọk ro aer im ear kanooj ḷap ejjeurur.It was finally a time when the Marshallese had chosen their own representatives, and there was great excitement. S16jejeurur
396.Ej kabuñtōn ippān an jañ al eo.He's tapping his foot in time to the music.buñtōn
397.Ej kajeedede riab ṇe an.She's spreading her lies.ajeeded
398.Ej kākemọọj wōt im barāinwōt ewōr ṃōttan an jeḷā kapenin ṂajeḷHe was a very active person, and there was something else in addition to his knowing how to be a Marshallese captain. P34kākemọọj
399.Ej kakkōt bwe en ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) an kūreit.He's trying hard for good grades.kakkōt
400.Ej kakōl kōn nuknuk kaṇ an.She's showing off her dresses.kakōl
401.Ej kalle ilo enañin aolep aelōñ bōtab ewōr juon iien, kōtaan eṇ ilo Mae im Wọkwōj, etan rak,” im ṃā ej lukkuun ḷap an kalle im kouwa.It grows on almost every island, although there is a season, between May and August, called summer, when breadfruit bear most fruit. S28le
402.Ej kallōñlōñ an nuknuk ke ejja dik oṇān.He's buying up on clothes while the sale is on.lōñ
403.Ej kappok an jideHe's apple-polishing.kappok jide
404.Ej kar kein kōjañjañ eo dein ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ ṃokta jān an deḷọñ tok laḷ ko jet.It was the only kind of musical instrument in the Marshalls before Western contact. S11de
405.Ej kar kein kōjañjañ eo dein ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ ṃokta jān an deḷọñ tok laḷ ko jet.It was the only kind of musical instrument in the Marshalls before Western contact. S11dein
406.Ej kiij nuknuk eo an.She is sewing her dress.keke
407.Ej kili jipij eṇ an.He's memorizing his speech.kūkiil
408.Ej kōḷmānḷọkjeṇ kōn bōd ko an.He's thinking about his mistakes.kōḷmānḷọkjeṇ
409.Ej kōppaouk an bōk jikūṃ.He's waiting for a chance to take your place.kōppao
410.Ej ḷōmake an rūkkāke.He's imagining himself a flier.ḷam
411.Ej make wōt depakpak an riabHis exaggerations are out of this world.depakpak
412.Ej make wōt ḷolaḷ ilo kilaaj eṇ an.He's the lowest student in his class.ḷo-
413.Ej ṃōj an ba ijin ak Jema eto laḷ ḷọk ilowaan wa eo.After saying that, Father went down inside the boat. P304to
414.Ej ṃōj im pojak wōt men otemjej ak Kapen eo etal lik tak im jibwe jebwe eo im kōttar an Bojin eo im Jema kōmaatiḷọk jikka ko kijeerro ṃōṃkaj jān aerro jerake wūjḷā eo.When everything was ready to go the Captain went to the back and took the wheel and waited for the Boatswain and Father to finish their cigarettes so they could raise the sail. P837maat
415.Ej ṃōj wōt an ba ijin ak ekālaḷtak im jok i lowa ijo kōmjel Jema im Kapen eo ej pād ie.As soon as he said that he jumped down to where Dad, the Captain, and I were. P763kā-
416.Ej pojān [pojak in] ilil likin kōn an kar aḷ kōjeje.Her back will be covered with blisters from exposure to sun.il
417.Ejaad pen kile jete armej i lowaan ṃweo ak ealikkar ke juon eo leḷḷap ie kōnke iroñ ainikien an ḷōḷḷap eo ba, Limen e, kwōn itōn kōṃṃan ḷọk kijen Injinia e im ḷadik e nejin.”It was somewhat hard to tell how many people were in the house, but it was obvious that one was an old woman because I heard the old man say, Honey, you should go make some food for the Engineer and his son.” P182Limen
418.Ejab jeṃḷọk an Jema kōnono bwe Kapen eo ekkōnono, Jenaaj leinjin tak ḷọk im ñe eṃṃan kōto, jelewūjḷā,” Kapen eo eba.Father was still in the middle of talking when the Captain interrupted him, We will use the engine first and then when the wind picks up we will use the sail,” the Captain said. P423le
419.Ejab lel bao eo kōn an jertaThe chicken didn't get hit because he is not a good marksman.jerta
420.Ejaje abor an etal.It never gets impeded while in progress.abor
421.Ejaje bakōḷe kañūr eṇ an.He doesn't know how to buckle his belt.bakōḷ
422.Ejāmmourur kōn an jowanHe's not lively because he's lazy.jāmmourur
423.Ejāmmourur kōn an kwole.He is not lively because he's hungry.jāmmourur
424.Ejāmmourur kōn an nañinmejHe is sluggish because he's sick.jāmmourur
425.Ejaṃōñā kōn an liṃ.The fish aren't biting because the water is murkyjaṃōñā
426.Ejatdik an ṃōkaj wa eṇ.That canoe is deceptively fast.jatdik
427.Ejattutu kōn an jeḷọk dān.She doesn't take bath often because of a lack of water.jattutu
428.Ejeban kōrā eṇ bwe eḷap an bwidej.That woman has plenty of food because she own lots land tracts.jeban
429.Ejebwābwe kōn an marok.He got lost because it was dark.jebwābwe
430.Ejej an nuknukHe is naked.jej
431.Ejej eṇ ej etal ippān kōn wōt an kijoñ ajejin ḶōktabNo one goes around with him because he's known to be someone who asks to have gifts returned.ajejin Ḷōktab
432.Ejej iaammān eṇ ekar kwaḷọk jidik naan iuṃwin jet ko ke minit ālikin an waḷọk men eo.None of the four of us said anything for a little while after that. P1041iaa-
433.Ejej 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
434.Ejej wōt kar ṃōṃanin an im etal.There was nothing better than the feel of the roll and advance of the boat. P853ṃōṃan
435.Ejeja an wōt.It seldom rains.jeja
436.Ejejjet awa in an jañ peeḷ ṇeIt's time for the bell to be rung.jejjet
437.Ejekkar an ledik raṇ kōjjerwawaik anilowa kaṇ aer.It is not proper for the girls to leave their underthings in the open.jejedwawa
438.Ejeḷā jabjab kōn an kar jab kaṃōj an jikuuḷ.His insufficient knowledge stems from his not having completed his schooling.jeḷā jabjab
439.Ejeḷā jabjab kōn an kar jab kaṃōj an jikuuḷ.His insufficient knowledge stems from his not having completed his schooling.jeḷā jabjab
440.Ejeḷataeiki booj jerakrōk eo im pen an ṃōṃakūt (eṃṃakūt) jān ijo.The sailboat got caught up in the third current zone and hardly made any headway.jeḷatae
441.Ejemḷam aiboojoj an tulọk aḷ.What a beautiful sunset.jemḷam
442.Ejen nuknuk e ālkin an kwaḷkwoḷMy dress shrank after it was washed.jen
443.Ejenolọk kōn ḷōmṇak kaṇ an.His ideas make him different from others.jenolọk
444.Ejepāp ilo an etetalHe staggers when he walks.jepāppāp
445.Ejeptak ḷadik eo kōn an bōt.The boy was slapped because of his naughtiness.jeptak
446.Ejeraaṃṃan ilo an peejnej.He is successful in business.jeraaṃṃan
447.Ejerakiaarḷap im jaikuj kadedeikḷọk jerbal in eṃōj an ijjino.We are halfway done and we need to complete the project we've started.jerakiaarḷap
448.Ejeraṃōl ḷọk wōt ālkin an an mej jinen.He has become more lonely since his mother died.jeraṃōl
449.Ejeraṃōl ḷọk wōt ālkin an an mej jinen.He has become more lonely since his mother died.jeraṃōl
450.Ejerata ḷokwan an jerbal kōn an kijoñ ajriin uwaak.Whatever he does always gets fouled up in the end because he relies on child help.ajriin uwaak
451.Ejerata ḷokwan an jerbal kōn an kijoñ ajriin uwaak.Whatever he does always gets fouled up in the end because he relies on child help.ajriin uwaak
452.Ejerwani ṃani ko an.He wasted his money.jerwaan
453.Ejetāāñ ni in jekaro en an TonyThe coconut tree of Tony's doesn't make much toddy.jatāāñ
454.Ejidimkij an uwe.He left in a hurry.jidimkij
455.Ejikeet kōn an ijjir iaḷ eo.He slipped because of the slippery road.jikeet
456.Ejikin uwe an ṃwijit bōraṃ.Your hair was trimmed quite sloppily.jikin uwe
457.Ejil an maroro nuknuk kaṇe aṃ.Your clothes are dark green.jil
458.Ejil an maroro nuknuk ṇe aṃ.Your clothing is dark green.jil
459.Ejiljino kiiō an ḷadik eṇ jibū iiō.My grandson is now six years old.jiljino
460.Ejiltata an kilmeej kooḷan bōran lieṇ.That woman's hair is the darkest black.jil
461.Ejiṃalejlej meja kōn an to riit.My head is giddy from my reading so long.jiṃalejlej
462.Ejiṃwe an jerbal im ejjeḷọk emaroñ wiaik burwōn.He's honest and no one can bribe him.wiaik būruo-
463.Ejiṃwe an jerbalHe's honest in his work.jiṃwe
464.Ejiṃwe ke an jipeeḷe naan eo?Did he spell the word correctly?jipeeḷ
465.Ejiṃweḷọk an jerbal jān ṃoktaHe is more precise in his work than before.jiṃwe
466.Ejja wāween dein wōt an rawūn Ratak.The same procedure is followed for the Ratak round-trip. S17dein
467.Ejjañin wōr pāleen kōn an jetaḷeHe doesn't have a wife because he is lacking in sex appeal.jataḷe
468.Ejjaromrom kōn an nana lañ.There is frequent lightning because of the bad weather.jarom
469.Ejjebōlkwankwan an kanne.He's always filling it half full, never really full.jeblokwan
470.Ejjekabkab jōōt eo an.He was wearing a checkered shirt.jekab
471.Ejjekabootot jōōt eo an.He wore a checkered shirt.jekaboot
472.Ejjeḷọk an ḷeeṇ eñjake.He has no feelings.eñjake
473.Ejjeḷọk an maroñ in kōṃṃan jabdewot.He has no power to do anything.ejjeḷọk
474.Ejjeḷọk apeltakin an jejeThe way he writes is really clumsy.apeltak
475.Ejjeḷọk jejedmatmatin (ejjedmatmatin) an kọọte piik eo.It's so obvious he stole the pig.jejedmatmat
476.Ejjeḷọk kobban akkaun eṇ an.There's nothing left in his account.ejjeḷọk
477.Ejjeḷọk koṇan ek kōn an jọkoṇkoṇ.He didn't catch any fish because he isn't a good fisherman.jọkoṇkoṇ
478.Ejjeḷọk ḷap in an wa kaṇ bukwaarar.Those ships are really stirring up a lot of wake.bukwaarar
479.Ejjeḷọk men eṇ eoonjak kōn an bar nana taṃṃwin jeṃṃaan.Nothing went right due to the boss's bad disposition.wōnjak
480.Ejjeḷọk men eo baḷuun eo ekar wōjake ak ekar kelọk wōt ilo iiaḷ eo an to ḷọkThe plane didn’t do anything and instead just kept flying its course. P945iaḷ
481.Ejjeḷọk ri-allōk mālkwōjin an allōk wōt lieñ.There is no other chanter whose incantation is as powerful as that woman's incantation.allōk
482.Ejjeḷọk wōt memālweweid (emmālweweid) kōn ṃanōt ko an.We were very embarrassed by his behavior.memālwewe
483.Ejjeḷọk wōt ṃōṃaoun (eṃṃaoun) an ḷadik ṇe kōnnaan.That boy sounds like an adult when he speaks.ṃōṃawi
484.Ejjeḷọk wōt orāū jān jipiij eo an.His sermon really oppressed me. I was very tired after his speech.orā
485.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
486.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
487.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
488.Ejjiipip meḷaaj eṇ an.His pasture is crawling with sheep.jiip
489.Ejjikipkip an jerbalHe never finishes one job before going on to the next.jipikpik
490.Ejjir ioon jimeeṇ eṇ kōn an tutu.The concrete floor is wet and slippery.jijir
491.Ejjuwainin nuknuk eṇ an kōrā eṇ.There is lots of lace on that woman's dress.juwain
492.Ejọ ri-iakiu raan ko an ri-Nibboñ.He used to be a baseball player during Japanese times.jọ
493.Ejojoḷāār kōn an mej jinen-im-jemān jāne.His parents died and left him alone with no one to take care of him.jojoḷāār
494.Ejokdādḷọk nuknuk kaṇ an jān ṃoktaHis clothes are filthier than before.jokdād
495.Ejọkkutkut(i) an jarHe doesn't go to church often.jọkkutkut
496.Ejokwa an eb.He dances without rhythm.jokwa
497.Ejoṇak kōn an ḷap an ṃōkHe slept soundly because he was so tired.joṇak
498.Ejoṇak kōn an ḷap an ṃōkHe slept soundly because he was so tired.joṇak
499.Ejoñoul emān an iiō rainin.He reaches fourteen today.joñoul emān
500.Ejorrāān ajin kōn an ekkadekdek.His liver is shot due to drunkenness.aj
501.Ejorrāān jikin niñniñ eṇ an.Her womb is malignant.jikin niñniñ
502.Ejorrāān kaabretain injin eo an.His engine's carburetor is out of commission.kaabreta
503.Ejorrāān wūlleej eo anMilitopi. The Militobi's windlass broke down.wūlleej
504.Ejudu kōn an kar ṃōñā ek.He got hives from eating spoiled fish.judu
505.Ejumej an uweHe decided to go all of a sudden.jumej
506.Ejuwain jemej eṇ an.Her slip has lace put on.juwain
507.Ejuwaḷōñḷōñ kōn ṃweiuk kaṇ an.He's gloating over his possessions.juwaḷōñḷōñ
508.Ekaabwinmakeke an wejeḷ im ainikien ñōñōrñōrin (eññōrñōrin) rojak eo ippān kiju eo, ilo an ṇo ko kōllāleiki im kōjjeplikliki wa eo ion lọmeto.There was a ghostly whistle and the gaff and the mast groaned as the boat swayed back and forth from side to side in the waves. P664ñōñōrñōr
509.Ekaabwinmakeke an wejeḷ im ainikien ñōñōrñōrin (eññōrñōrin) rojak eo ippān kiju eo, ilo an ṇo ko kōllāleiki im kōjjeplikliki wa eo ion lọmeto.There was a ghostly whistle and the gaff and the mast groaned as the boat swayed back and forth from side to side in the waves. P664ñōñōrñōr
510.Ekaaepokpok tata an ri-kakiHis teaching is the most complicated.aepokpok
511.Ekaajeḷkākā an kwaḷọk.His sermon is boring.ajeḷkā
512.Ekaammijak an mejHis was a horrible death.mijak
513.Ekaammijakjak an bwebwenato kōn tiṃoṇ eo.His style in telling the ghost story is horror-gripping. mijak
514.Ekaannuoj ḷap an allikar an iọkwe in kiji eok.Her love for you is so obvious that it is a put-on.iọkwe in kij
515.Ekaannuoj ḷap an allikar an iọkwe in kiji eok.Her love for you is so obvious that it is a put-on.iọkwe in kij
516.Ekabodān an kajin pālle.He mixes his talk in English.kabodān
517.Ekabūroṃōjṃōj kōn an jako jinen im jemān.His being an orphan is pathetic.kabbūroṃōjṃōj
518.Ekabūroṃōjṃōj kōn an jojoḷāār bajjek.It's pitiful that he has no one to turn to.jojoḷāār
519.Ekabwilōñlōñ wōt tiṃa kōn an kilep.The size of the ship is amazing.kabwilōñlōñ
520.Ekadik kajjōjō an iiōkHe nauseates people with his doings (his mixtures are nauseating).jejō
521.Ekadik kōmañmañ an ri-Jāmne ro ri-kaki.The Germans used punishment a lot in teaching.kōmañmañ
522.Ekadik pepetpet (eppetpet) an kukure (ikkure).He fouls often when playing.pet
523.Ekailbōk ke ij roñ kōn mej eo an ḷadik eo nejin.I was shocked to hear of his son's death.ilbōk
524.Ekajjōjō jerbal kaṇ an.His behavior is revolting.kajjōjō
525.Ekajjōjōḷọk an jerbal jān ṃoktaHis behavior is more revolting than before.kajjōjō
526.Ekajjookok an jālleplep buḷōn armej ro.He made a spectacle of himself lying face up in the crowd.jarleplep
527.Ekakōṃkōṃ an kōnonoHis speech is inspiring.kakōṃkōṃ
528.Ekallulu jipij eo an.His speech was provocative.lilu
529.Ekaṃṃōkṃōk an jipijHis speeches are long-winded.ṃōk
530.Ekaṃōṇōṇō kōn an kijoñ bwebwenato im tōtōñ wōt.He made people happy because he was always telling stories and laughing. P43ṃōṇōṇō
531.Ekañiñi an kōṇanikienHis horseplay is provoking.ñi
532.Ekankan kōj eṇ an ippān lieṇ.He's getting to first base with her.kankan kōj
533.Ekanooj kiliddāp an ikien.His pestering really gets under my skin.ikien
534.Ekar āindeeo an nanaḷọk lañ ñan ke enañin kij jiljino awa jọteen eo.It stayed that way and even got worse until about 6 o’clock that evening. P785nana
535.Ekar āindeo an dikḷọk im kun injin eo.It just kept slowing down until it finally stopped. P617kukun
536.Ekar barāinwōt kōḷaak juon injin ṇa ilowaan kein an tōtōr eḷaññe edik ak ejjeḷọk kōto ñan lewōjḷā.He also assembled an engine inside so that it could motor if there was little or no wind for the sail. P8lewōjḷā
537.Ekar barāinwōt kōḷaak juon injin ṇa ilowaan kein an tōtōr eḷaññe edik ak ejjeḷọk kōto ñan lewūjḷā.He also assembled an engine inside so that it could motor if there was little or no wind for the sail. P8kōḷaak
538.Ekar bōk ejja kooj eo wōt an wa eo waammān.It was flying on course with our boat for the time being. P931kooj
539.Ekar kajoor aetak eo im bōbrae an peto wa in.The eastward current was strong and stopped us from drifting westward. P845ae
540.Ekar kattūkat bajjek ijo im ḷak tōprak, ejidik wōt an tōbal lōñ ḷọk ñan ioon teek im jibadek ḷọk ijo ippān Jema kab Bojin eo.He kept trying and then made it, and he slowly crawled up onto the deck where Father and the Boatswain were. P1225jidik
541.Ekar lukkuun arrukwikwi tok jiō kōn an wa eo āindeeo ioon ṇo ko.I started to feel very squeamish as the boat continued like that over the waves. P521arrukwikwi
542.Ekar penjak ḷọk wōt ak iroñ ainikien Bojin eo an kōnono ḷọk ñan e.He was out of my sight but I heard the Boatswain talking to him. P1070penjak
543.Ekattōñtōñ an bwebwenatoHe tells laugh-provoking stories.kattōñtōñ
544.Ekelejia ko an Jarin Radik Doon ilo ṂajōḷThe congretations of the United Church of Christ in the Marshall Islands.eklejia
545.Ekijek nuknuk eo an.Her dress got snagged.kijek
546.Ekimlij an kelọkIt flew in a spiral.kilmij
547.Ekkā an aire waḷọk ilo allōñ kein.It's not uncommon for tornadoes to occur during these months.aire
548.Ekkā an kōrā dāde bar ñe rej ire.Women usually pull hair when they fight.dāde
549.Ekkā an lọurō turun bōl.The soil near taro patches is normally poor.lọurō
550.Ekkā an rippālele in pālle ijjurpe ñe rej etetal.American married couples frequently walk hand in hand.jijurpe
551.Ekkā an ruo aḷ ilo juon iiō.Normally there are two copra harvesting periods in a year.aḷ
552.Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20bok
553.Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20bok
554.Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20jọwōtwōt
555.Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20jọwōtwōt
556.Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20ṃakṃōk
557.Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20ṃakṃōk
558.Ekkā wōt an ennọ aḷḷorkanin likin ṃwiinThe aḷḷorkaṇ pandanus from the interior of this tract is usually very good.Aḷḷorkaṇ
559.Ekkā wōt an kōto itok reeaar.The wind normally comes from the east.itok reeaar
560.Ekkā wōt an ṃōñā raij.He usually eats rice.kōkā
561.Ekkā wōt an ri-aliñūrñūr kōṃṃan pok.Those who murmur usually create discord.alñūrñūr
562.Ekkaadade mejān jōōt eo an.He had on a multicolored brownish shirt.kōkaadad
563.Ekkarpenpen jōōt eo an.His shirt has patches all over it.karpen
564.Ekkōjaijij an tōtoṇ (ettoṇ).Her smile is captivating.kōjaij
565.Ekkōnono in deo aolepān boñōn eo kōn an metak neen.He kept talking all that night because of the pain in his leg.kōnono
566.Ekkūrere mejān nuknuk eo an.Her dress is grayish.kūre
567.Ekkūrroro an etetalHe walks with a limp.kūrro
568.Ekkutkut an wa itok.Ships come often.kut
569.Ekōbbōkakak an kwaḷọk naan.His homilies are uplifting.bōbōkak
570.Ekōbbōkakkak an wūno.His medicines are extraordinarily strong.kōbbōkakkak
571.Ekōjak būrijōōt eṇ an.He has on funny looking bib-overalls.būrijōōt
572.Ekōl an kōṃṃan kōl.He has wonderful technique.kōl
573.Ekōmatmat an kōrā e riū kōmat.My wife's cooking is very delicious and thus satisfying.mat
574.Ekōmmālwewe mānōt ko an.His actions are embarrassing.memālwewe
575.Ekōppaḷpaḷ an ri-kōjañjañ eo aṃonika.The musician's ability with the harmonica was spectacular.aṃonika
576.Ekọuwōtata jerbal eo an.His work is dangerous.kauwōtata
577.Ekūbwebwe nuknuk eo an.There are feces all over his clothes.kūbwe
578.Eḷae lọjet kōn an lurThe ocean is smooth because of the calm.ḷae
579.Eḷak baj tōbwe tok ek eo, ealikkar an Bojin eo aewanlik.As he pulled in the fish, it was obvious that the Boatswain was an expert fisherman. P1309aewanlik
580.Eḷak bar ḷapḷọk an lelāle im ṃōt wa eo, dān eo lowa ejjādbūtbūt im kōṃro Jema ṇok ak ejab lilutōktōk dān eo kōṃro ej teiñi ḷọk ñan lowaan tāāñ eo.The roll of the boat back and forth on the waves started to intensify, and the water inside the boat splashed and sprayed me and Father until we were soaking wet, but the liquid we were pouring from the can never once spilled over. P595lelāle
581.Eḷak epaak an maat jikka, ebūḷake oṇāān.When the cigarettes were nearly sold out, he raised the price.būḷak
582.Eḷak jādetok lio eto an kūṃaḷṃaḷWhen she appeared, she was laden with frills.kūṃaḷṃaḷ
583.Eḷak rọọltok jān Amedka, eweejej an kōnnaan.When he returned from America he talked with a lisp.weejej
584.Eḷak to an pād Awai, epeljo ippān ri-Boodke raṇ.After living a while in Hawaii he could pass for a Portuguese.peljo
585.Eḷak tutu kaḷ eo an, erraakak ajri eo.When his diaper got wet, the child wailed.rōraakak
586.Eḷak urur ḷaaṃ eo ejako an marok ijo.The flame came up and lit up the room. P534urur
587.Eḷañe ewōr retio in kōnono ilo aolep aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, ri-nañinmej rōban aikuj in mej kōñ an ejjeḷọk taktō ak wūno, im barāinwōt jipañ bōbrae jān an waḷọk ñūtaIf there were radio communication on all islands in the Marshalls, sick people would not die for want of doctors or medicine, and it would also help prevent the occurrence of famine. S25bōbrae
588.Eḷañe ewōr retio in kōnono ilo aolep aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, ri-nañinmej rōban aikuj in mej kōñ an ejjeḷọk taktō ak wūno, im barāinwōt jipañ bōbrae jān an waḷọk ñūtaIf there were radio communication on all islands in the Marshalls, sick people would not die for want of doctors or medicine, and it would also help prevent the occurrence of famine. S25bōbrae
589.Eḷaññe ej ṃōṃakūt jān turin baaṃle eo an ej jab kōṇaan bwe en to an jako jān er.When he travels away from his family, he does not like to be gone from them for too long. P37baaṃle
590.Eḷaññe ej ṃōṃakūt jān turin baaṃle eo an ej jab kōṇaan bwe en to an jako jān er.When he travels away from his family, he does not like to be gone from them for too long. P37baaṃle
591.Eḷaññe eraane-bōkāān, kiiō eiien an kajokkor.When it is ready for a bottle,” that is the time to put a bottle on it. S19raane-bōkāān
592.Eḷaññe eraane-bōkāān, kiiō eiien an kajokkor.When it is ready for a bottle,” that is the time to put a bottle on it. S19kajokkor
593.Eḷaññe jowi eo an jemān Tony ej Erroja-kijeek, ej meḷeḷen bwe jowi eo an Tony eban Erroja-kijeek, kōnke jej bōk ad jowi jān jined.If the clan name for Tony's father is Erroja-kijeek, it means that Tony's clan name would not be Erroja-kijeek, because we inherit our clan from our mothers.Erroja-kijeek
594.Eḷaññe jowi eo an jemān Tony ej Erroja-kijeek, ej meḷeḷen bwe jowi eo an Tony eban Erroja-kijeek, kōnke jej bōk ad jowi jān jined.If the clan name for Tony's father is Erroja-kijeek, it means that Tony's clan name would not be Erroja-kijeek, because we inherit our clan from our mothers.Erroja-kijeek
595.Eḷaññe juon ej imminene, epen an joḷọk.Once you get used to it, it’s hard to stop. P169miminene
596.Eḷaññe juon ṃōṃaan (eṃṃaan) ej jab lale bwe en tōprak aikuj ko an baaṃle eo an ṃokta jān an lale ro jet, ej kadkadmootot.If a man doesn't make sure that his family's needs are met before he helps others, we say he's neglecting his primary responsibilities.kadkadmootot
597.Eḷaññe juon ṃōṃaan (eṃṃaan) ej jab lale bwe en tōprak aikuj ko an baaṃle eo an ṃokta jān an lale ro jet, ej kadkadmootot.If a man doesn't make sure that his family's needs are met before he helps others, we say he's neglecting his primary responsibilities.kadkadmootot
598.Eḷaññe juon ṃōṃaan (eṃṃaan) ej jab lale bwe en tōprak aikuj ko an baaṃle eo an ṃokta jān an lale ro jet, ej kadkadmootot.If a man doesn't make sure that his family's needs are met before he helps others, we say he's neglecting his primary responsibilities.kadkadmootot
599.Eḷaññe juon ṃōṃaan (eṃṃaan) ej jab lale bwe en tōprak aikuj ko an baaṃle eo an ṃokta jān an lale ro jet, ej kadkadmootot.If a man doesn't make sure that his family's needs are met before he helps others, we say he's neglecting his primary responsibilities.kadkadmootot
600.Eḷaññe juon ṃōṃaan (eṃṃaan) ej jab lale bwe en tōprak aikuj ko an baaṃle eo an ṃokta jān an lale ro jet, ej kadkadmootot.If a man doesn't make sure that his family's needs are met before he helps others, we say he's neglecting his primary responsibilities.kadkadmootot
601.Eḷaññe juon ṃōṃaan (eṃṃaan) ej jab lale bwe en tōprak aikuj ko an baaṃle eo an ṃokta jān an lale ro jet, ej kadkadmootot.If a man doesn't make sure that his family's needs are met before he helps others, we say he's neglecting his primary responsibilities.kadkadmootot
602.Eḷap an aelellor iuṃwin wōjke eṇ.It's very shady under that tree.aelor
603.Eḷap an aemed iuṃwin eṇ.It is quite shady beneath that breadfruit tree.aemed
604.Eḷap an aeṃōḷoḷo mejatoto in jota.The air is very cool in the evening.aeṃōḷoḷo
605.Eḷap an aeñwāñwā ajri raṇ.Those children are awfully noisy.aeñwāñwā
606.Eḷap an aer jedọujij e .My trousers are too tight.aer
607.Eḷap an aeto wūleej eṇ.That graveyard is very spooky.aeto
608.Eḷap an aetok jantōj ṇe kwaar je.That sentence you wrote is quite long.jāntōj
609.Eḷap an ainiñḷọk jān ṃoktaShe's much thinner than before.ainiñ
610.Eḷap an ajri ro kōkeroro (ekkeroro).The children make lots of noise.keroro
611.Eḷap an akā ñan delọñ.It's too inaccessible to try and enter.akā
612.Eḷap an āḷāḷe kaṇe.There's too much coconut milk in the breadfruit.eaḷ
613.Eḷap an aḷap eṇ amḷap.That old man has lots of land.amḷap
614.Eḷap an aḷap kōjerbal kadkad ñan nañinmej kaṇ aer.Older people often resort to bloodletting to cure their ailments.kadkad
615.Eḷap an āle raij ṇeThere's too much coconut milk in the rice.eaḷ
616.Eḷap an anittaHe has the power to cast spells.anitta
617.Eḷap an añōt wa in.This boat is drawing a lot of water (and being impeded thereby).añōt
618.Eḷap an arōk kōrā ḷeeṇHe is jealous and possessive of his wife.arōk kōrā
619.Eḷap an baatat injin eo ilo wa eo.The engine of that ship is smoking.baatat
620.Eḷap an baatat tok uṃ eṇ an lieṇ.Her oven is making a lot of smoke come this way.baatat
621.Eḷap an baatat tok uṃ eṇ an lieṇ.Her oven is making a lot of smoke come this way.baatat
622.Eḷap an bab jedọujij e.My trousers are too tight.bab
623.Eḷap an bab nuknuk kaṇ ej kiiji.The clothes she sews are always tight.keke
624.Eḷap an bab-laḷū kōn jipiij eo an Kennedy.I am enthused about Kennedy's speech.bab-laḷin
625.Eḷap an bab-laḷū kōn jipiij eo an Kennedy.I am enthused about Kennedy's speech.bab-laḷin
626.Eḷap an baj bbukwōnkwōn piik in.This pork is too chunky.bukwōn
627.Eḷap an baj injin eo kajoor ñan dettan wa eo innem ewātin peḷḷọk jān ioon dān ñe ej tōtōr eake, eḷaptata ñe ej jej kobban.The engine was very strong for the size of the boat, so it nearly skipped from the water’s surface when it was motoring with it, especially when there was no cargo. P10ḷap
628.Eḷap an bakūk ajri ṇe nejiṃ.Your child is well built.bakūk
629.Eḷap an balle kōn ṃweiukHe has lots of possessions.balle
630.Eḷap an barbare arin Mājro.The lagoon shore of Majuro is very rocky.bar
631.Eḷap an batbate āninThis islet has lots of mounds.bat
632.Eḷap an bōbaantuunun (ebbaantunuun) aelōñ in.There are lots of pontoons on this atoll.baantuun
633.Eḷap an bōbaḷuunun (ebbaḷuunun) raininThere are lots of airplanes coming in today.baḷuun
634.Eḷap an bōbaruru (ebbaruru) āniinThere are lots of crabs on this islandbaru
635.Eḷap an būbjetjet (ibbwijetjet) kōn an pāāt.The smell of the sea is all over the place because the low tide.būbjetjet
636.Eḷap an būbjetjet (ibbwijetjet) kōn an pāāt.The smell of the sea is all over the place because the low tide.būbjetjet
637.Eḷap an būñal(ñal) rainin.It's very dusty today.būñal
638.Eḷap an buñbuñ ilo jerbal eṇ an.He is very famous in his field of study.buñbuñ
639.Eḷap an buñbuñ ilo jerbal eṇ an.He is very famous in his field of study.buñbuñ
640.Eḷap an buñ-būruō kōn kwe.I am very proud of you.buñ-būruon
641.Eḷap an buñṇo rainin jān inne.The surf is higher today than yesterday.buñṇo
642.Eḷap an bwiin ajjiḷapḷap.He smells like rotten wood.ajjiḷapḷap
643.Eḷap an bwiin ejjoñọñọ lowaan mwiin.The fish odor is all over the house.joñọ
644.Eḷap an bwil rainin im kaaddiṃakokoik .It is so hot today it gives me a lethargic feeling.addiṃakoko
645.Eḷap an bwilọkwōjkwōj aṃ kar limi pakij e.You wrapped this package sloppily.buḷọkwōjkwōj
646.Eḷap an dakōlkōlHe is very homely.dakōlkōl
647.Eḷap an det rainin.It's very sunny today.det
648.Eḷap an detñil rainin.It's calm and sunny today.detñil
649.Eḷap an dikāāḷāḷ kōn an bane ledik eo.He was frustrated over his vain attempts to impress the girl.dikāāḷāḷ
650.Eḷap an dikāāḷāḷ kōn an bane ledik eo.He was frustrated over his vain attempts to impress the girl.dikāāḷāḷ
651.Eḷap an dim aṃ kar lukwōje.You tied it very tight.dim
652.Eḷap an eakeake āneṇThat islet has lots of ghosts.eakeak
653.Eḷap an ebbatintin jōōt ṇe aṃ.There are too many buttons on your shirt.batin
654.Eḷap an ebbaturturShe always craves fish.batur
655.Eḷap an ebbiōb rikilbōt.Kiribatese dance a lot.eb
656.Eḷap an ebboojoje iaar rainin.There are lots of boats at the beach today.booj
657.Eḷap an eeọñwōdwōd ḷeeṇThat man is always going fishingeeọñōdñwōd
658.Eḷap an ejjoḷọk kar ṇe waaṃ jān ṃoktaYour car is rustier than before.jejo
659.Eḷap an ekkañ jāje eṇ an.His machete is very sharp.jāje
660.Eḷap an ekkañ jāje eṇ an.His machete is very sharp.jāje
661.Eḷap an ekkañ jaḷtok eṇ an jiṃṃa.My grandfather's adze is very sharp.jaḷtok
662.Eḷap an ekkañ jaḷtok eṇ an jiṃṃa.My grandfather's adze is very sharp.jaḷtok
663.Eḷap an ekmouji likin Wōjjā.There are lots of ekmouj on the ocean side of Wotje.ekmouj
664.Eḷap an eḷḷap elbōn in India.The elephants from India are huge.eḷbōn
665.Eḷap an elmaroñ Sandy Koufax.Sandy Koufax can really throw hard.elmaroñ
666.Eḷap an eo pen ṇeThat grated coconut is saturated.eo
667.Eḷap an iaraje aelōñ eṇ.There are lots of taro on that atoll.iaraj
668.Eḷap an idepdep iṃōn jokwe ko ilo Ebeye.The living quarters on Ebeye are too crowded.idepdep
669.Eḷap an idepdep niin wāto ṇeThe trees on that tract are crowded.idepdep
670.Eḷap an idid aolōkin likin āninThe Portuguese men-o'-war on the ocean side of this islet really sting.idid
671.Eḷap an iepe (iepiepe) kiiō ñan joñan ṃōñā ṇe kiiō.There are more than enough baskets now for the amount of food we have.iep
672.Eḷap an iiet nuknuk.I have only a few clothes.iiet
673.Eḷap an iiṃ wa eo.That canoe is very swift.iiṃ
674.Eḷap an ikaarar ikōn āninThe fish around this islet are very poisonous.ikaarar
675.Eḷap an ikaarare ḷọk iken āniinThe fish around this islet are a lot more poisonous than before.ikaarar
676.Eḷap an ilar jōōt eṇ an.His shirt is certainly fancy.ilar
677.Eḷap an ilar jōōt eṇ an.His shirt is certainly fancy.ilar
678.Eḷap an ilar unokan ṃweeṇThe house's paint is certainly bright and fancy.ilar
679.Eḷap an ilartok unokan mweeṇ.The color of the house's paint is distinctly bright.ilar
680.Eḷap an iloñ kinej eo.The wound is quite deep.iḷoñ
681.Eḷap an iṃiṃi iaar rainin.There are lots of iṃiṃ at the lagoon side today.iṃiṃ
682.Eḷap an ineemṃan im ejjeḷọk an inepata.He's very patient and has nothing to worry about.ineeṃṃan
683.Eḷap an ineemṃan im ejjeḷọk an inepata.He's very patient and has nothing to worry about.ineeṃṃan
684.Eḷap an inepata ḷōḷḷap eo kōn ḷadik eo nejin ejjañin roltok jān ke ear ilām eoñwōd.The old man is worried about his son who has never come back from fishing.inepata
685.Eḷap an iñiñtōk aḷaḷ .These pieces of lumber are all twisted.iñtōk
686.Eḷap an injejje kiiō iṃōn wia eṇ.Right now there are lots of hasps in that store.injej
687.Eḷap an inōknōk ṃōn jar eṇ.That church is decorated.inōknōk
688.Eḷap an inpele ni eṇ.That coconut tree has lots of coconut cloth.inpel
689.Eḷap an itok-limoū ilo jerbal in.I am very interested in this job.itok-limoin
690.Eḷap an iui āneṇThere are lots of sprouted coconuts on this islet.iu
691.Eḷap an iupeje wāto eṇ.There are too many overgrown sprouted coconuts in that land tract.iupej
692.Eḷap an jāike iaar jān lik.There are fewer fish on the lagoon side than on the ocean side.jāike
693.Eḷap an jaike likin āne jidikdik eṇ.Fish are really scarce on the ocean side of that small islet.jaike
694.Eḷap an jaiurjet ilo jerbal.He's not a speedy worker. He's a very slow worker.jāiurjet
695.Eḷap 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
696.Eḷap an jakimej niin wāto in.The coconut trees on this tract are not productive.jakimuur
697.Eḷap an jakimuur niin wāto in.The coconut trees on this tract are not productive.jakimuur
698.Eḷap an jakkūk iarin āninThe fish are not biting in the lagoon off this islet.jakkūk
699.Eḷap an jappiọeo, bwe jekdoon ñe ewōt ak ejjab piọ.He doesn't chill easily, even when it rains.jāppiọeo
700.Eḷap an jejaajmimi (ejjaajmimi) raan tebōḷ eṇ.Pieces of sashimi are all over the table.jaajmi
701.Eḷap an jejāānwūjwūj (ejjāānwūjwūj) raan tebōḷ en.The pieces of sandwich are all over the table.jāānwūj
702.Eḷap an jejājeje (ejjājeje) wa in kiiō.This canoe has lots of machetes in it right now.jāje
703.Eḷap an jejakiki (ejjakiki) keemem eo.There were lots of mats at the birthday celebration.jaki
704.Eḷap an jejalōblōb (ejjalōblōb) likin āninThere are lots of pools on the ocean side of this islet.jalōb
705.Eḷap an jejañijñij (ejjañijñij) iar kiiō.There are lots of jellyfish at the lagoon side right now.jañij
706.Eḷap an jejarjar (ejjarjar) rōplen eo.The reverend is always praying.jar
707.Eḷap an jejaromrom (ejjaromrom) buñūninThere's lots of lightning this evening.jarom
708.Eḷap an jejatōltōl (ejjatōltōl) juuj kaṇe aṃ.Your shoes are very shiny.jatōltōl
709.Eḷap an jejeeded (ejjeeded) ri-pālle meḷan āne in.The Americans are all over this islet.jeeded
710.Eḷap an jejekakkak (ejjekakkak) bōraI have lots of dandruff.jekak
711.Eḷap an jejenḷapḷap (ejjenḷapḷap) bao in āniinThere are lots of old hens on this island.jenḷap
712.Eḷap an jejenọnọ (ejjenọnọ) iarin āniinThere are lots of jenọ on the lagoon side of this islet.jenọ
713.Eḷap an jejepepe (ejjepepe) kemem eo.There were lots of baskets at the birthday party.jepe
714.Eḷap an jejeplejlej (ejjeplejlej) armej in āneṇLots of people on that islet have contracted an STD.jeplej
715.Eḷap an jejepliklik (ejjepliklik) wa eṇ.That ship is really rolling.jepliklik
716.Eḷap an jejodikdik (ejjodikdik) rūttariṇae ro an Ri-Amedka.American soldiers frequently invade the enemy.jodik
717.Eḷap an jejodikdik (ejjodikdik) rūttariṇae ro an Ri-Amedka.American soldiers frequently invade the enemy.jodik
718.Eḷap an jejọjọ (ejjọjọ) likao eo ilo jipij eo an.The young man was very bold in his speech.jejọjọ
719.Eḷap an jejọjọ (ejjọjọ) likao eo ilo jipij eo an.The young man was very bold in his speech.jejọjọ
720.Eḷap an jejookok (ejjookok) likao eṇ.That young man is always bashful.jejookok
721.Eḷap an jekake bōra.I have lots of dandruff.jekak
722.Eḷap an jeḷā ejjor ek.He's very good at searching for fish in the distance.jejor
723.Eḷap an jeḷā kūta.He plays guitar well.kūta
724.Eḷap an jeraaṃṃan ḷeeṇHe is very fortunate.jeraaṃṃan
725.Eḷap an jerata peejnej eo an.His business venture was a flop.jerata
726.Eḷap an jerata peejnej eo an.His business venture was a flop.jerata
727.Eḷap an jerwọte lik rainin.There are lots of jerwōt on the ocean side today.jerwōt
728.Eḷap an jijiipip (ijjiipip) Mājro ilo pata eo.There were lots of jeeps on Majuro during the war.jiip
729.Eḷap an jijuju (ijjuju) ḷadik eṇ.That boy is always walking on his hands.ju
730.Eḷap an joñe āniinThere are lots of mangrove on this islet.joñ
731.Eḷap an jọọḷọḷe ek ṇeThat fish is very salty.jọọḷ
732.Eḷap an kaaḷape.He's feigning age when he's really young.aḷap
733.Eḷap an kaammijak pija eo.The movie was very scary.kaammijak
734.Eḷap an kabwilọklọk māj kōn an ire kōrā.He caused great public embarrassment by beating his wife.kabwilọklọk māj
735.Eḷap an kabwilọklọk māj kōn an ire kōrā.He caused great public embarrassment by beating his wife.kabwilọklọk māj
736.Eḷap an kabwilōñlōñ tiṃa eṇ ear potok.Everyone is amazed by that ship that arrived.kabwilōñlōñ
737.Eḷap an kaijoḷjoḷ tok ṃōñā eṇ.The sight of that food makes me want to eat.ijoḷ
738.Eḷap an kāitoktok-limo an jipij.He makes interesting speeches.itok-limoin
739.Eḷap an kāitoktok-limo an jipij.He makes interesting speeches.itok-limoin
740.Eḷap an kajiṃaate e.He's putting on airs.jiṃaat
741.Eḷap an kajjōjō oror in piik eṇ.The pig fence is ugly.kajjōjō
742.Eḷap an kajoor aeto in.This easterly current is quite strong.aeto
743.Eḷap an kajoor atlo in ḷeeṇHe can enchant people with his words.atlo
744.Eḷap an kajoor jatiraito eo ilo wa eo.The searchlight on the ship is very powerful.jatiraito
745.Eḷap an kajoor wōjke ñan ñaWhiskey is too strong for me.wōjke
746.Eḷap an kallimjekjek lieṇ.She's always staring at people.kallimjek
747.Eḷap an kappiọeo kōto in.This wind makes one chilly.piọ
748.Eḷap an kar ejjaromrom im joururi boñ.It kept lightning and thundering all night (last night).jourur
749.Eḷap an kar iñimmaḷ kōn lọjien.He writhed in pain from his stomach ache.iñimmaḷ
750.Eḷap an kar jañ ledik eo im batoñtoñ ke ej roñ ke emej jemān.That girl really cried and sobbed when she heard that her father had died.batoñtoñ
751.Eḷap an kar jourur boñ.There was lots of thunder last night.jourur
752.Eḷap an kar joururi boñ.It kept thundering all (last) nightjourur
753.Eḷap an kar kāitok-limoū jipij eo an.His speech really interested me.itok-limoin
754.Eḷap an kar kāitok-limoū jipij eo an.His speech really interested me.itok-limoin
755.Eḷap an kar kiki im ñakḷọkjeṇHe really slept soundly.ñakḷọkjeṇ
756.Eḷap an kar kōbab-laḷū jipiij eo an.His speech aroused my enthusiasm.bab-laḷin
757.Eḷap an kar kōbab-laḷū jipiij eo an.His speech aroused my enthusiasm.bab-laḷin
758.Eḷap an kar kumi in iakiu ko aitwerōk.The baseball teams had a highly disputed game.aitwerōk
759.Eḷap an kar liṃō ke ej roñ ke emej jemān.He wept loudly when he heard his father had died.liṃō
760.Eḷap an kar lōñ mej ilo pata eo kein karuo.Very many died in World War II.pata
761.Eḷap an kar patpat ḷeo juon ṇai laḷ.The other one was thrown down hard.patpat
762.Eḷap an kate katak.He's trying hard to learn.kakkōt
763.Eḷap an keiie wa eṇ.That boat is very useful.keiie
764.Eḷap an kije ḷeeṇ ilo jerbal.He works hard.kije
765.Eḷap an kijejeto ilo jerbal in.He is very zealous in this work.kijejeto
766.Eḷap an kōbabbab an keke nuknuk.She always sews things too tight.bab
767.Eḷap an kōbabbab an keke nuknuk.She always sews things too tight.bab
768.Eḷap an kōbab-laḷ an jipiij.His speeches are rousing.bab-laḷin
769.Eḷap an kōbab-laḷ an jipiij.His speeches are rousing.bab-laḷin
770.Eḷap an kōbbọọjọjeHe's always very pushy.bọọj
771.Eḷap an kōjalōblōb lowaan iaḷ en.There are lots puddles on the street.jalōb
772.Eḷap an kōkabroro likin ḶooraThere are lots of groupers on the oceanside of Laura.kabro
773.Eḷap an kōkanniōkeōk (ekkanniōkeōk) piik eṇ raar ṃaneThe pig they killed had much lean meat.kanniōk
774.Eḷap an kōkōb (ekkōb) bakbōk e.This knife is quite dull.kōkōb
775.Eḷap an kōkōt (ekkōt) ḷeeṇThat fellow is really strong.kōkōt
776.Eḷap an kōkōt (ekkōt) wa eṇ.That canoe has a large capacity.kōkōt
777.Eḷap an kōkrukruk (ekkarukruk) iarin āninThere are lots of sand crabs on the lagoon beach of this islet.karuk
778.Eḷap an kōmmatōr an jerbal.His work invites criticism.kōmmatōr
779.Eḷap an kōmmatōr an jerbal.His work invites criticism.kōmmatōr
780.Eḷap an koṇ būrokraaṃ eo.The program was well planned.koṇ
781.Eḷap an koṇ kōtaan kaṇ.Those boards are fit together well.koṇ
782.Eḷap an koṇ lowaan ṃweeṇEverything is neatly arranged in that house.koṇ
783.Eḷap an kōṇkōṃṃan ak epuwaḷ.He's quite boastful but actually he's a coward.kōṇkōṃṃan
784.Eḷap an koṇkoṇ ḷeeṇ ñe ej eọñōd.He catches a lot of fish when he goes fishing.koṇkoṇ
785.Eḷap an koṇkoṇ ḷeeṇ ñe ej eọñōd.He catches lots of fish when he goes fishing.ñe
786.Eḷap an kōppaḷpaḷ kōl ko nājin.His tricks were fantastic.pepaḷ
787.Eḷap an kọuwaroñroñ ainikien injin eo.The noise of the engine is very disturbing.uwaroñ
788.Eḷap an kūknejnej (ikkinejnej) ānbwinninHis body has many wounds.kinejnej
789.Eḷap an kukurbalōklōk (ikkurbalōklōk) raan jaki eṇ.The surface of that mat is rough all over.kurbalōklōk
790.Eḷap an kūriiji ek .The fish here are too greasy.kūriij
791.Eḷap an kūtōtō ḷeoHe is very angry.kūtōtō
792.Eḷap an ḷadik eṇ addimejmej.That boy is sickly.addimej
793.Eḷap an ḷadik eṇ bōdañe jemān.The boy resembles his father.bōdañ
794.Eḷap an ḷadik eo būte jinen.The boy is constantly disobeying his mother.bōt
795.Eḷap an ledik eṇ kakijdikdik.She's very alluring.kakijdikdik
796.Eḷap an ḷeeṇ ṃōṃaanan (eṃṃaanan)(e).He is very manly.ṃōṃaanan
797.Eḷap an lelāle (ellāle) Mieko Kwiin.The MIECO QUEEN always rolls.lelāle
798.Eḷap an leṃōṇōṇō mour eṇ an.He leads a cheerful existence.leṃōṇōṇō
799.Eḷap an leṃōṇōṇō mour eṇ an.He leads a cheerful existence.leṃōṇōṇō
800.Eḷap an liaajlọḷ kōn aer kọkkure.She was greatly distressed by their jeers.liaajlọḷ
801.Eḷap an liāp Bob Hope.Bob Hope is very funny.liāp
802.Eḷap an likaakrake bwiro ṇeThat preserved breadfruit is full of maggots.likaakrak
803.Eḷap an lio būroṃōj kōn ḷeo ippān emej.She is mourning her dead husband.būroṃōj
804.Eḷap an lio pālo kōn ajri ro nājin.She is worn out from taking care of her children.pālo
805.Eḷap an ḷōḷaaj (eḷḷaaj) ainikien aṃ al.Your singing really carries.ḷōḷaaj
806.Eḷap an ḷōḷaaj (eḷḷaaj) ainikien an al.The sound of his singing is very melodious.ḷōḷaaj
807.Eḷap an ḷōḷaaj (eḷḷaaj) ainikien an al.The sound of his singing is very melodious.ḷōḷaaj
808.Eḷap an lọḷe ḷeeṇHe is very level-headed.lọḷe
809.Eḷap an ḷōṃaraṇ paḷe doon.They are both eager for revenge.paḷ
810.Eḷap an lōñ eañ ilo aelōñin Wōjjā.There are lots of eañ shells at Wotje Atoll.eañ
811.Eḷap an lōñ ek, ak ej jab bwe im men ko jet.There are lots of fish, but not enough breadfruit and other foods. S6bwe
812.Eḷap an lōñ jabloed ān ṇeThat islet is full of JabloedJabloed
813.Eḷap an lōñ nejin emān-awa.She has lots of four o'clock flowers.emān-awa
814.Eḷap an lur allōñ kein.These months are quite calm.lur
815.Eḷap an lur im memetaltōl (emmetaltōl) eoon lọjet.The surface of the ocean is very calm and smooth.metal
816.Eḷap an mar kaṇe liktok kōjablur ṃōkein iar.The bushes along the windward side of this islet greatly shelter these houses on the lagoon side.jablur
817.Eḷap an mare āninThis islet has much bush.mar
818.Eḷap an meanwōd ḷeeṇHe is very patient.meanwōd
819.Eḷap an meḷak lowaan ṃwiinEverything is uncluttered in this house.meḷak
820.Eḷap an meḷeḷe lowaan bok eṇ.The book is well written.meḷeḷe
821.Eḷap an memed (emmed) e.This breadfruit is very ripe.memed
822.Eḷap an memeḷo (emmeḷo) kōtaan ni .These coconut trees are widely spaced.memeḷo
823.Eḷap an memourur (emmourur) ḷadik en.That boy is very active.memourur
824.Eḷap an MIECO QUEEN buñto-buñtak ilo iien an ḷap ṇoThe MIECO Queen really rolls when there are big waves.buñto-buñtak
825.Eḷap an MIECO QUEEN buñto-buñtak ilo iien an ḷap ṇoThe MIECO Queen really rolls when there are big waves.buñto-buñtak
826.Eḷap an miminene (imminene) ilo jerbal in injin.He's an experienced mechanic.miminene
827.Eḷap an ṃọkulkul ajri eṇ.That baby is healthy and fat.ṃọkulkul
828.Eḷap an ṃōṃaane (eṃṃaane) āninThere are lots of men on this islet.ṃōṃaan
829.Eḷap an ṃōṃjeḷjeḷ (eṃṃajeḷjeḷ) ḷeeṇHe is very muscular.ṃajeḷ
830.Eḷap an ṃōrṃōr lik kōn an ḷap ṇoThere is lots of foam at the ocean side due to the big waves.ṃōrṃōr
831.Eḷap an ṃōrṃōr lik kōn an ḷap ṇoThere is lots of foam at the ocean side due to the big waves.ṃōrṃōr
832.Eḷap an ṃōtato lio.She is sobbing because of her grief.ṃōtato
833.Eḷap an ṃuriejHe wears his pants high on his hips.ṃuriej
834.Eḷap an nenān (ennān) pilawā ṇeThat bread is moldy.nenān
835.Eḷap an niknik ḷeoHe is quite industrious.niknik
836.Eḷap an ninjek buñniin.It's very dark tonight.ninjek
837.Eḷap an ṇojọ wa eṇ.That boat makes a lot of bow spray.ṇojọ
838.Eḷap an ñūta āneo ṃōjin an taibuun.There is much famine on the island since the typhoon.ñūta
839.Eḷap an ñūta āneo ṃōjin an taibuun.There is much famine on the island since the typhoon.ñūta
840.Eḷap an oḷeọ jikin kweilọk eṇ.That city is beautiful.oḷeọ
841.Eḷap an pañijñij ainikien pakke eṇ.The noise of the cannon shook everything.pañijñij
842.Eḷap an pata ṃọle eṇ.Rabbitfish are very common there.pata
843.Eḷap an pedañōtñōt būḷāwut ṇeThat plywood is flexible.pedañōtñōt
844.Eḷap an pejpej iarin āninThe lagoon beach of this island is very shallow.pejpej
845.Eḷap an pen jepar in ni ṇeThe stems of the coconut bunches of that tree are strongly attached.jepar
846.Eḷap an pen teej eo.The test was very hard.pen
847.Eḷap an peñpeñ rūbait eṇ.That fighter is muscular.peñpeñ
848.Eḷap an pepedkate (eppedkate) lowaan iaḷ eo.The road is muddy.pedkat
849.Eḷap an peran ainikien bu eo.The noise of the gun is loud.peran
850.Eḷap an pipiikik (ippiikik) āninThere are lots of pigs on this islet.piik
851.Eḷap an po ḷōmān būrookraaṃ eo.The program was perfect.po ḷōma-
852.Eḷap an rabōlbōl juuj kaṇe aṃ.Your shoes are very shiny.rabōlbōl
853.Eḷap an ri-Ṃajeḷ jeraaṃṃan kōn an dedek ni ilo aelōñ ko aer.The Marshallese people are extremely fortunate that coconut trees grow in their islands. S10jeraaṃṃan
854.Eḷap an ri-Ṃajeḷ jeraaṃṃan kōn an dedek ni ilo aelōñ ko aer.The Marshallese people are extremely fortunate that coconut trees grow in their islands. S10jeraaṃṃan
855.Eḷap an ri-Ṃajeḷ jeraaṃṃan kōn an dedek ni ilo aelōñ ko aer.The Marshallese people are extremely fortunate that coconut trees grow in their islands. S10dedek
856.Eḷap an ri-Ṃajeḷ jeraaṃṃan kōn an dedek ni ilo aelōñ ko aer.The Marshallese people are extremely fortunate that coconut trees grow in their islands. S10dedek
857.Eḷap an rōrara (errara) eṇ.That breadfruit tree has a lot of branches.ra
858.Eḷap an rōrbōlbōl (errabōlbōl) juuj kaṇe aṃ.Your shoes are awfully shiny.rabōlbōl
859.Eḷap an rōreo (erreo) meḷan in.This area is clean.rōreo
860.Eḷap an rruuṃuṃ ṃweeṇThat house has many rooms.ruuṃ
861.Eḷap an taṃtaṃ im ijjab lo ṃaanThere is a lot of glare and I can't see ahead.taṃtaṃ
862.Eḷap an tooj nuknuk ṇe aṃ.Your clothes are quite loud.tooj
863.Eḷap an tōtā (ettā) baḷuun eo.The plane is very low.tōtā
864.Eḷap an tōtā (ettā) jerbal eṇ an.He has a menial job.tōtā
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