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1.Jebjeb tok im ni, ḷadik eṇ,” Kapen eo eba.“Bring me some breadfruit and coconut, Boy,” the Captain said. [P1277]jebjeb
2.Aolep ej kajjojo ḷọk wōt .Everybody has a breadfruit.kajjo
3.Aolep jurōn ṃwiin kōṃṃan jān .All of this house's pillars are made of breadfruit timber.joor
4.Aolep kajjo .Each person take a breadfruit.kajjo
5.Badik jān raan ṇe bwe enaaj itaak bōraṃ ie.Duck under the branch of that breadfruit tree or your head will bump it.badik
6.Bao en ej de raan eṇThe chicken is sleeping on the branch of the breadfruit tree.de
7.Bukun .Breadfruit grove.bukun
8.Bwini ṃōk kaṇePlease count those breadfruit.bōnbōn
9.Eamejḷọk kein jān ko inne.These breadfruit are less well-cooked than the ones yesterday.amej
10.Ear kāāḷāḷ ke kaṇeDid anybody put coconut milk in the breadfruit?eaḷ
11.Ear kalikiio juon pāākin im wiaiki.He bought a whole bag of breadfruit.likiio
12.Ear kōkowaik eo kōtkan wiik eo ḷọkHe treated his breadfruit tree last week (so that it would bear more fruit).kowa
13.Ear kọuwaik eo kōtkan.He plucked the fruit off his breadfruit tree (bearing fruit before maturing).uwa
14.Ear wōt im etabur eṇIt rained and that breadfruit tree is slippery.tabur
15.Ebbōlōklōk iuṃwin eṇThere are lots of leaves under that breadfruit tree.bōlōk
16.Ebur ṇeThat breadfruit isn't ripe.bur
17.Edidbōlbōl an e kōtka dedek (eddek).My breadfruit plant is growing well.didbōlbōl
18.Ej kōlladikdik iuṃwin eṇHe is getting some fresh air under the breadfruit tree.leladikdik
19.Ejabjab peiū jān raan eI can't reach this breadfruit branch with my hands.jabjab
20.Ejebar eoThe breadfruit has sprouted.jebar
21.Ejino jebar ṇeThat breadfruit is beginning to sprout leaves.jebar
22.Ejjiniñniñ eoThe breadfruit has been cur/torn into tiny pieces.jiniñniñ
23.Ekane ṃōñā ippān itok.Breadfruit with whale meat is a tasty combination.itok
24.Ekar ḷap akeọ in eo ḷọk jān eo kiiō.The last breadfruit harvest was greater than this one.akeọ
25.Ekkā aer jālele ek ippān .They often eat fish with breadfruit.jālele
26.Ekūk ṇeThat breadfruit isn't ripe.kūk
27.Eḷap an aemed iuṃwin eṇIt is quite shady beneath that breadfruit tree.aemed
28.Eḷap an āḷāḷe kaṇeThere's too much coconut milk in the breadfruit.eaḷ
29.Eḷap an lōñ ek, ak ej jab bwe im men ko jet.There are lots of fish, but not enough breadfruit and other foods. [S6]bwe
30.Eḷap an memed (emmed) eThis breadfruit is very ripe.memed
31.Eḷap an rōrara (errara) eṇThat breadfruit tree has a lot of branches.ra
32.Elōñ ilo ṃwiañ ṇe ej jittoḷọk.There are lots of breadfruit on the branch pointing westward.ṃwiañ
33.Emat koThe breadfruit are cooked.mat
34.Emej uṃwini koThose breadfruit have been baked.uṃuṃ
35.Emmed eThis breadfruit is overripe.memed
36.Emmeñmeñ jokkwōp in .Breadfruit soup sours quickly.meñ
37.Eṃōj rakiji ioṃwin eṇThey have cleaned up underneath the breadfruit tree.iuṃwi-
38.Enañin kalle ke eṇ kōtkaṃ?Did your breadfruit plant bear any fruit yet?le
39.Ennọ jokkop in .Breadfruit soup is delicious.jokkwōp
40.Ennọ kattu ilo wiwi in wōn.Dipping breadfruit in turtle fat is scrumptious.kattu
41.Ennọ ke jokkwōp in ippaṃDo you like breadfruit soup?jokkwōp
42.Eñouweo iuṃwin eṇHe's over there under that breadfruit tree.eñoweo
43.Eo -- eo kijeṃ eo.Here is breadfruit for you to eat.eo
44.Eokkwōlele eThis breadfruit is full of nuts.kwōle
45.Eor ruo kain jāānkun; juon ej kōṃṃan jān .There are two kinds of jāānkun; one is made from breadfruit. S12jāānkun
46.Eotlọk jān eo im jalirara.He flopped down from the breadfruit tree.jālirara
47.Epedejḷọk juon .A breadfruit fell and got squashed.pedej
48.Eppeddejake ānin kōn .This island is covered with breadfruit.peddejak
49.Errājetjet These breadfruit are all cut in two.rājet
50.Ettōbakbak eoṃwin eṇThere are lots of buds under that breadfruit tree.tōbak
51.Euwaanrake ṇeThat breadfruit tree is full of fruit.uwaanrak
52.Iar kaiouk eo im leḷọk.I gave him the whole breadfruit.iio
53.Iar lo an aḷkootwaj iuṃwin kaṇe waj.I last saw him wearing a raincoat and walking under the breadfruit trees in your direction.aḷkoot
54.Ilo iien rak eo, ear eppedejdej iuṃwin aolep .During the summer there was squashed ripe breadfruit under all the breadfruit trees.pedej
55.Imaroñ ke edjoñe ṇe kijōṃ?May I taste your breadfruit?edjoñ
56.Jāānkun ej kōṃṃan jān emmed ilo Ratak.Jāānkun is made from overripe breadfruit in Ratak.jāānkun
57.Jāānkun in ej kōṃṃan jān Mejwaan.Breadfruit jāānkun is made from the Mejwaan variety of breadfruit. [S12]Mejwaan
58.Jāānkun in .Dried overripe breadfruit.jāānkun
59.Jaikḷọk ṇe kijen.Catch the breadfruit for him.jejā
60.Jake ḷọk ṇe ñanePass him the breadfruit.jejaak
61.Jāpe eṇ ear kōṃṃan jān .The wooden bowl is made out of breadfruit wood.jāpe
62.Jek raan ṇeCut the branch of that breadfruit tree.jekjek
63.Jeljel i raan kaṇJeljel is in the branches of the breadfruit trees: it has shaken the fruit from the trees and the season is over.Jeljel
64.Jenaj aikuji wōt jet ñan keememeṇ.We will need only a few breadfruits for the birthday party.jet
65.Juon jebwe kōṃṃan jān .I have a paddle made of breadfruit wood.jebwe
66.Juon iiō ej kab wotlọk.Here is a breadfruit that just fell down from the breadfruit tree.iiō
67.Juon im rājet ñan juon armej.One and a half breadfruit for each person.juon im rājet
68.Kajjoḷọk kijeer .Give each of them a breadfruit.juon
69.Kajjoñoul ḷọk kijeer .Give each of them ten breadfruit.joñoul
70.Kapipāik kaṇePound the breadfruit.kapipā
71.Kappok rot eṇ ej jab bwijuwewe.Look for the kind of breadfruit tree that doesn't have lots of lumps.bwijuwe
72.Kein .Trunk of a breadfruit tree.kāān
73.Kōkatū (Ekkatū) ṇeI planted that breadfruit tree.kōkat
74.Komaroñ ke kaiiouk tok juon paāk in im bōktok?Could you bring me a whole bag of breadfruit?iio
75.Kōmattin wōn keinWho cooked these breadfruit?kōmat
76.Kōtabtab in .Large breadfruit tree.kōtabtab
77.Kwaar alwore ke juubin eDid you put parrotfish meat in the breadfruit soup?alwor
78.Kwōn ainḷọk kaṇe ṇa ippān doon.Gather the breadfruit together.ain
79.Kwōn bwilitudeki kaṇeMake bwilitudek with those breadfruit.bwilitudek
80.Kwōn jab allitoto iraan ṇe bwe enaaj bwilọk.Don't dangle on the branch of the breadfruit tree because you'll break it.allitoto
81.Kwōn jab jideppe ṇeDon't burn that breadfruit tree.jidep
82.Kwōn jāik eCatch this breadfruit.jejā
83.Kwōn jāleek ṇe kijeṃ.Put some sauce on your breadfruit.jālele
84.Kwōn jokkwōpi Make these breadfruit into soup.jokkwōp
85.Kwōn joḷọk jān kōḷā in kaṇeThrow the stems of those breadfruit away.kōḷā
86.Kwōn jurōk raan ṇe kōn aḷaḷ ṇe bwe en jab bwilọk.Use a post to keep that breadfruit branch from breaking down.jurōk
87.Kwōn kaeñoulḷọk kijeer .Let them have forty breadfruit each.eñoul
88.Kwōn kajjoukḷọk kaṇe ñan aolep.Divide up those breadfruit among everyone.kajjo
89.Kwōn kajokkoptok kijerro jokkopin .Go and bring us some breadfruit soup.jokkwōp
90.Kwōn kwanjini ṇeRoast that breadfruit.kwanjin
91.Kwōn lali ṃōk ko ijeṇeṇe im būkitok.Look for the breadfruit there by you and bring them here.ijeṇeṇe
92.Kwōn pọḷjeji kaṇeMake those breadfruit into pọḷjej.pọḷjej
93.Kwōn rajāle ṇeLasso that breadfruit.rajāl
94.Kwōn tallepi kaṇe im bwini tok bwe in jeḷā jete.Count every breadfruit there and let me know how many there are.tarlep
95.Kwōn tūrook ṇeWrap that breadfruit with leaves.tūroro
96.Ḷadik eo ej pitto lōñḷọk ñan raan eoThe boy is climbing up a rope to the breadfruit branch.pitto
97.Lale ṃōk ijjiō eṃṃan ke ñan ad katōk juon ieLook at this place here—is it a good place to plant a breadfruit tree?ijjiiō
98.Letok jemmatoḷun ṇe kijeṃ.Give me a piece of your breadfruit.matoḷ
99. ej juon iaan ṃōñā ko eḷaptata an ri-Ṃajeḷ kōjerbale.Breadfruit is one of the foods that Marshallese use most. [S28]
100. ej juon iaan ṃōñā ko eḷaptata an ri-Ṃajeḷ kōjerbale.Breadfruit is one of the foods that Marshallese use most. [S28]ṃōñā
101. ej juon iaan ṃōñā ko eḷaptata an ri-Ṃajeḷ kōjerbale.Breadfruit is one of the foods that Marshallese use most. [S28]kōjerbale
102. ko kaṇ rej uṃuṃ.Those breadfruit are baking now.uṃuṃ
103. kōbọrōkPreserved breadfruit.kōbọrōk
104.Ṃōjin rej kōbọrōke kōn bōlōk in im kimej, innām rej jukjuki im bar kūtimi kōn bōlōk im kalbwini.Next it is preserved with breadfruit leaves and coconut fronds, then pounded and again covered with leaves and buried. [S28]bọrōk
105.Ṃōjin rej kōbọrōke kōn bōlōk in im kimej, innām rej jukjuki im bar kūtimi kōn bōlōk im kalbwini.Next it is preserved with breadfruit leaves and coconut fronds, then pounded and again covered with leaves and buried. [S28]jukjuk
106.Ṃōjin rej kōbọrōke kōn bōlōk in im kimej, innām rej jukjuki im bar kūtimi kōn bōlōk im kalbwini.Next it is preserved with breadfruit leaves and coconut fronds, then pounded and again covered with leaves and buried. [S28]kallib
107.Raar jiped im ejepdak.They pressed and flattened the breadfruitjijiped
108.Raar jokkope eo kwaar bōktok.They made soup from the breadfruit you brought.jokkwōp
109.Raar liji koThey mashed the breadfruit.lij
110.Rej bōk eṇ, kakili, im joone i lọjet.They pick the breadfruit, peel it, and soak it in salt water. [S28]jojo
111.Rej bōk eṇ, kakili, im joone i lọjet.They pick the breadfruit, peel it, and soak it in salt water. The breadfruit is picked, peeled, and soaked in salt water. [S28]kil
112.Rej bōk waj bao im piik im im aolep kain ṃōñā, kab amiṃōṇo.They bring chickens, pork, breadfruit, and all kinds of food and handicraft. [S4]amiṃōṇo
113.Rej jab nenọ (ennọ) kaṇe kōnke reālkūṃur.Those breadfruit are not good because they're from an old tree.ālkūṃur
114.Rej jede eo im lale elōñ ke leen.They look up to see if the breadfruit tree has borne fruit.jejed
115.Rej jukjuki koThey are pounding the breadfruit.jukjuk
116.Rej pād wōt ijo iuṃwin ijo jaar ṃōñā ie.They are still there under the breadfruit tree where we had our lunch.ijo
117.Ri-akade ro raṇ iuṃmwin eṇThe bird watchers are over there under the breadfruit tree to locate where the birds are roosting.akade
118.Ri-jokkop eo ṇe im eḷap an jeḷā jokkop .That's the one who really knows how to make breadfruit soup.jokkwōp
119.Rōkajjo ḷọk wōt .Each of them has a breadfruit.kajjo
120.Taunin aṃ kọkkure ṃanet im aluej iraan ṇeWhy do you break the taboo and sing up on that breadfruit tree?aluej
121.Uṃuṃwin wōn keinWho baked these breadfruit?uṃuṃ
122.Wōn ṇe ear kajjiniñniñ ṇeWho cut/tore the breadfruit into tiny bits?jiniñniñ

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