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ān
see ne. islet

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1.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
2.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
3.Eṃṃan ke ñe jeañ tar āne waj ñan ān ṇe i ṃaan im kanne nien dān e ie?”Would it be okay if we sail to the island up ahead and fill up our drinking water there?” P1241ie
4.Eṃōj jenāj ita ke jeṃōkin añōtñōt bwe en oktak kooj in ad im jen bōk ṇa i reaar bwe ān eo epād ie, ak āinwōt ñe jej kōnono ñan mejatoto,” Jema eukōt ḷọkWell, I don’t know how many times we have said we should change our course and go east, because the island is over that way, but it’s as if we are talking into thin air,” Father replied. P1019ṃōk
5.Ij ḷōmṇak kōjmān ḷe i jetakin ān eo.”I think we must be approaching land.” P871ḷe
6.Jaab ān eo wōt ṇe i ṃaan ak ej ettoḷọk wōt ñan ad maroñ loe,” Jema eba.There’s no sign of land ahead and it’s going to be a while before we see any,” Father said. P872jaab
7.Kab jujen kōjjeḷāiki ke ān eo e i ṃaan,” Jema ebaj ba.And let him know there is land up ahead,” Father said. P1215kōjjeḷā
8.Kab jujen kōjjeḷāiki ke ān eo e i ṃaan,” Jema ebaj ba.And let him know there is land up ahead,” Father said. P1215āneo
9.Likiejān ān eo in, innem jeaikuj kōjaaḷ wa in im kabbwe,” eakweḷap wōt.We are at the windward side of the island, so we need to turn the boat and tack leeward,” the Captain still insisted. P904likiej
10.Ñe kōjmān tōpar arin ān ṇe kab kelọk, Bojin, im āne ḷọk eake kōb ṇe bwe ejej booj.”When we reach the lagoon side of the island, Mr. Boatswain, you can jump into the water and swim to the island with the water container because we don’t have a skiff.” P1248eake
11.Ojjej a iọkwe kōj ke rōbōk ān in āneed,” ḷeḷḷap eo eba.Well, too bad for us when they take this island,” the old woman said. P201āne
12.Ooo, a jab bar illu,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba, bwe kiiō wōt kōjro moot ḷọk jān ān in im jero ban bar rọọl tok.”Oh, don’t get angry again,” the old man said, because pretty soon we will leave this island and we won’t come back.” P200jab bar
13.Wōn ej ba eor armej i ān ṇe?” ekajjitōk.Who says there are any people on that island?” he asked P1242or
14.Armej ro wōj ilo ān eṇ, enaaj kōjkāer ke emaat limeer dānnin idaak?What is going to be done about all the people at that island since they have run out of drinking water?kōjka-
15.Bao eo ear jokwadikdikḷọk ñan ān eo em jok ioon bok.The bird flew low toward the island and landed on the sand.jokwadikdik
16.Eaunwōḷāḷā arin ān eṇThere food scattered on the beach of that island.aunwōḷā
17.Eibwijleplepe ān eo.The strong high tide covers the island with water.ibwijleplep
18.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
19.Ej dikkilọk wōt ān eo ak ejok marok eo.The island was getting small as night fell upon us. P1318dik
20.Ej jeṃḷọk wōt aerro kōnono tok ak Jema ebar pikūr ḷọk jidik injin eo im rōkakōt wa eo jān turin wab eo im arin ān eo.When the two of them were done talking, Father speeded up the engine, making the boat move rapidly away from the side of the pier and the shoreline, and out into the lagoon. P489kaiur
21.Ejabalur iarin ān ṇeWind is prevented at the lagoon side of the islet.jabalur
22.Ejakkutkutḷọk iṃoko ilo ān eo juon.The houses on the other island are farther apartjọkkutkut
23.Ekar jab to aerro ḷọk ak erro tōpar āne im ato ḷọk i arin ān eo im wōnāne ḷọk ioon bok im penjak ḷọk ilo juon mejate ilo kōṇṇat ko.They didn’t swim for long; they soon reached the island and came out of the lagoon and went across the sand and then were out of sight on a small path between the Scaveola. P1252kōṇṇat
24.Ekōbkōb bokin arin ān eo innem ealikkar maalkan ne ko ioon bok.His feet dug into the soft sand of the lagoon beach and I could see his footprints. P1283kōbkōb
25.Eḷap an lōñ jabloed ān ṇeThat islet is full of JabloedJabloed
26.Eḷma ḷọk ñan ān ṇe iōñ ke kiin eibwij mejje ṇeHow am I to get to the next island north of here since it's high tide?eḷmān
27.Elukkuun ṃōṃan im aiboojoj moujin tok bokin arin ān eo jān ioon wa eo.The island’s white sand looked so beautiful from the boat. P1284mouj
28.Ij ḷōmṇak ilju jibboñtata jelo ān eoI think we’ll spot the island early tomorrow morning. P843lelo
29.Iḷak baj erre āne ḷọk ilo juon deppin baat ej jutak lōñ ḷọk jān keinikkan i jabōn ān eo tu eōñ.As I looked over toward the island I saw a huge cloud of smoke rising up from the foliage on the northern tip of the island. P1244depdep
30.Jeṃaan kōṃro kar uwe tok ioon juon tiṃa kijoñjoñ ñan ān in.”A long time ago the two of us rode in to this island on a huge boat.” P299kijoñ
31.Ke ān eo ṇe i ṃaan, ta aṃ ḷōmṇak kiiō?”What are your thoughts now that there is land up ahead?” P1238ke
32.Koṃwin enōk tok ān ṇePick coconuts from that island (you're responsible for).enōk
33.Kōn an kanooj in ḷap det ilo ān eo, eṃōkaj an diñōjḷọk men ko rej ejjedwawa ioon bwidej.The sun's heat is so intense on the island that everthing lying about on the ground dries up quickly.diñōjḷọk
34.Ḷañ eo ear kajirūṃleik iarin ān eoThe storm made the lagoon side of the island steep.jirūṃle
35.Raar kōkālọk er jān ān eo.They were ousted from the island.kōkālọk
36.Raar tōḷoñe ān eoThey went to the interior of the island.tōḷoñ
37.Ta ṇe ekōjedkajuuk ami ilọk jān ān in?What makes you to leave the island so suddenly?jedkaju
38.Wa eo ewōnāne ḷọk i lowaan todik eo i turōkin ān eo im ḷak ṃwelọk i ar, Jema im ḷōṃaro rōpone wūjḷā eo im joḷọk añkō eo.The boat went toward the island through the small channel to the south and when it entered the lagoon, Father and the other two men the sail and threw out the anchor. P1250wāānāne

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