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Updated: 6/9/2013       

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waddle  
to waddle.  aluhn doaki

waft  
wafted; lifted by the wind.  parda

wages  
his tribute; his reward; his wages.  ijoa
its cost; his wages.  dupukoa

wagon  
wagon.  waikεn

wahoo  
fish sp., wahoo.  ahl

wail  
to wail.  joang in mehdi

waist  
trunk (of a tree); waist.  lopok

wait  
to wait.  joujou
to wait for.  jowi₂

wake  
to feel or to wake up.  poahmla
to make a wake (of a boat).  jikjik
wake on the surface of the water made by a fish swimming.  illok

walk  
to ascend; to walk up.  kεr
to walk.  alu
to walk away quickly.  koapis woadinε
to walk on exposed reef.  pohliklik
to walk on stilts.  alu

wall  
to make a wall.  did
wall.  did
wall; fence; enclosure.  kεl

wallet  
wallet.  pilihj
wallet.  walεd

wander  
to wander around.  diddiljili
to wander around aimlessly.  lisangsang mwahl

want  
always eager to; always wanting to.  εpw
to love; to like; to want.  mwεhuki
to need; to want.  anahnε
to not want.  naunahki
to not want; to not like.  kia₂
to want to; to like to.  nimεn

war  
to make war.  mahwin
war; battle.  mahwin

War  
World War Two.  daidowa

warehouse  
warehouse.  imwεn koapwoa
warehouse.  wεhrahus

warm  
to warm oneself.  roangroang₂
warm.  pwεspwεs₂
warm; warmed up (as for a fight); anxious.  karkar₂
warm; warmed up (as for a fight); anxious.  karkar₂

warped  
warped.  wεng

wart  
wart.  pwiddihdi

wary  
afraid (of physical harm); cautious or wary; frightful.  kajanjan
afraid; wary.  loamw

wash  
beached; washed up.  arda
to clap; to wash clothes.  lopwlopw
to clap; to wash clothes.  lopwor
to wash a woman's pubic area; to douche.  mwohmwo
to wash one's face.  apwinεk
to wipe; to wash.  amwumw
to wipe; to wash.  amwun

washtub  
washtub.  wajdoap

waste  
garbage; waste.  kid₂

wasteful  
squandering; wasteful; careless.  joakroau
wasteful.  koluhj
wasteful; squandering.  peidla kid

watch  
to guard; to watch.  jilajil
to guard; to watch.  jiloa₃
to watch the house.  jileimw
watch₁ ((timepiece)).  waj

water  
fresh water.  pil₂
to draw water.  εddεd
to draw water.  idip
to draw water (from well).  id pil

waterfall  
waterfall.  koarkoar
waterfall.  soanihr

watermelon  
watermelon.  wεdmalan

waterspout  
whirlwind; waterspout.  ahiroa

watery  
soft (of flesh); watery.  dikoankoan
thin; watery; diluted.  jau
watery.  pilan

wave  
tidal wave₁.  nohlik
to wave.  jeioahl
wave (of hair or yarn).  pukoj₁
wave₁.  no₁

waving  
waving.  parpar

wavy  
wavy.  pukojkoj
wavy (of hair).  mwoakojkoj
wavy, lots of waves.  nohno₂
wavy-haired.  moang pukoj

way  
like that, in that way.  doahro
like this, in this way.  doahrε
road; street; line; path; way.  al
species; kind; variety; style; ways (behavior).  joang₁
to be on one's way.  jamw
to be on one's way away.  jamwla
to be on one's way here.  jamwdo

we  
we.  kamai
we.  kimi
we.  kisai
we.  kihs
we two.  kama₃
we two.  kisa

weak  
starving, weak from hunger (usually of birds).  pejinmoahr
limp; weak (of a person).  mwal
satisfied (sexually); weak (after eating certain foods).  lisopw
weak from too much sex.  pol
weak in the morning from not eating the night before; be very hungry.  duhpεk
weakened as a result of the violation of a taboo, said of a person or of fishing gear.  japaranla

wealthy  
rich; wealthy.  koapwoahpwoa

wear  
clothed; to wear clothes.  likkoau
to put on a garland; to wear a garland.  mwarmwar₂
to wear (a garland).  mwoaroahdi
to wear a flower in ear or hair.  doapdoap₂
to wear behind the ear.  doapoa₂
to wear in the ear.  siasi₂
to wear in the ear.  sioa

weather  
destructive weather; storm; typhoon.  mεlmεl

weathered  
disfigured; twisted; weathered.  aip

weave  
to weave.  poaipoai₁
to weave.  pa₁
weave; fibre.  koas₂

web  
spider web.  pwijεhn ohnmwanloang

wedge  
to wedge.  loj₁
wedge.  loj₁

wednesday  
wednesday.  niejil

weed  
grass; weeds.  dipwdipw
to pinch (with the nails); to cut grass; to clear land; to pick (flowers); to pluck (flowers); to weed.  kinkin
to trim; to weed.  pakka

week  
week.  wihk₁

weekend  
weekend.  wihkεhn

weigh  
to weigh.  poaun
to weigh copra.  poaun oaring
to weigh down, to put weight on something.  jojo
to weigh down, to put weight on something.  john₁
to weigh on the outrigger (for balance).  jojo dam

welcome  
to welcome.  kajamw
to welcome.  kajamwo

well  
so; well; so there; so now what do you say.  iahu
to do well in.  masrεk
well (of water).  pwarεr

west  
west.  wεhs₁

wet  
cold (of food); wet (of a match).  lou
wet.  lol₁
wet.  wijekjek

whale  
sperm whale.  pilakpihj
whale; porpoise; dolphin; any sea mammal.  roaj

wharf  
wharf; dock.  woahp

what  
if; although; though; what if.  ama₁
so what?, then what?.  pwa da
that which; what.  pwa da
then what?; so what?.  ahn₁
then what?; so what?.  ahn₁
what (social) relationship?.  iahng
what for?.  mihnda
what?.  da₁

wheel  
rudder; steering wheel.  ilihl
wheel.  kadahr
wheel.  wihl

wheelbarrow  
wheelbarrow.  wilpahro

when?  
when?.  ngεhd

where  
where?; which?.  ia

which  
where?; which?.  ia

while  
short time ago; in a little while.  apwkan

whip  
whip.  wip

whirlpool  
whirlpool.  lujupwlehle

whirlwind  
whirlwind; waterspout.  ahiroa

whiskey  
whiskey.  wiski

whisper  
to whisper.  mwεnginngin
to whisper; to moan; to hum.  ngud

whistle  
to be whistling.  wojwoj
to give a whistle.  woj₁
whistle.  wεhsεl

white  
white.  korohro
white caps.  soamwoan sakoal

whiteman  
whiteman, person of European descent.  mihn wai

Who  
Who said?.  ijpwa

who  
who knows?.  ejihjoa
who?.  inje
who?, who are you?.  kouj

whole  
whole.  pokon
whole.  pwon

whose  
whose?.  -je

why  
why?.  amwda

wick  
wick.  wihk₂

wicked  
evil; wicked.  mwalaun

wide  
wide.  sahlaplap

wife  
his wife; her husband.  pahioa
wife.  dam

wiggle  
to wiggle; to shake.  rεpεk

wild  
wild.  lawalo
wild, eager to fight; antisocial.  ingkεl

will  
free will₁; choice; decision; it's up to....  injεn
to will₁; to delegate.  koamwurmwur
will.  pirin
will not.  jehpirin

win  
to win.  wihn

winch  
winch.  wihnj

wind  
air; breeze; wind₁.  εng₂
gust of wind₁.  εngpup
into the wind₁; windward; upwind.  pohnang
leeward; with the wind₁; downwind.  pεhnang
to have the wind₁ knocked out of one.  pwol
to spin; to turn; to twist; to wind (as with a key).  kapir
to wind (rope).  pid₁
to wind pieces of string together to make rope.  pijjoal
to wind rope.  joajjoal
to wind rope.  jal₂
unkempt (hair); wind₁-blown.  pwirangrang
windy.  ukεng

window  
door; window.  wanihmw
window.  wanihmw sok
window hinged at the top to enable it to be propped open at the bottom.  roangεnpεlloak

windward  
into the wind₁; windward; upwind.  pohnang
windward.  mijεn εng

wine  
wine.  wain₂

wing  
forelimbs; arm; hand; wing; pectoral fin; sleeve of a shirt.  poa₁

wink  
to blink; to wink; to twinkle.  marip

wipe  
to mop; to dry; to wipe.  daulimw
to wipe after defecating.  koapoahr
to wipe; to sweep.  popohk
to wipe; to sweep.  pohk
to wipe; to wash.  amwumw
to wipe; to wash.  amwun

wire  
wire.  wεia

wish  
feeling; wish; intention; decision; plan.  kupwur₁

with  
near him; with him; in his possession.  ipah
with; by means of; because of.  -ki

without  
to be without, to be poor in.  lεhk
without underwear.  puknu

witness  
witness.  johnkadεhdε

woman  
woman.  li₁
young woman.  pein kapw

woo  
to woo.  iloak

wood  
kind of wood (from dead tree).  lumwkarle₂

woodborer  
woodborer.  woahd

word  
auxiliary word.  jεuwεjεpεn lal
language; word.  lal

work  
to beat up; to work over.  koadoahkoa
to do public work.  kadaiking
to work.  doadoahk₁
to work on or at.  koadoahkoa
to work on taro patch.  maka
work; job.  doadoahk₁

worm  
kind of marine worm, nereis.  lipaipi
kind of worm.  mwaj in soahn suhkoa
kind of worm.  mwaj pwilpwil
worm.  mwaj

worn  
old or worn out.  dεhn
old or worn out.  mering

worried  
afraid, worried.  pεr
worried; pre-occupied.  air₂

worship  
religious service; worship.  joarwi
to worship.  pwongi
to worship; to have a religious service.  joarwi

wound  
break; wound.  ohla

Wow!  
Wow!.  ahu

wrap  
to twist rope around hand; to wrap (around).  raid
to wrap.  kidkid
to wrap.  kidim
to wrap oneself into a ball.  lopwlopwpεnε

wrapper  
cloth wrapper.  pwuroski

wrasse  
fish sp., kind of wrasse.  moaroar

wrench  
monkey wrench.  moangki spahna

wrestle  
in wrestling, to throw an opponent over hip.  poangin wai
to grasp one's opponent firmly effectively stopping action (in wrestling).  kohkahu
to kick to the side (in wrestling).  sipelik
to wrap leg around opponent to throw him (in wrestling).  raidεkin ε
wrestling ring.  sumwo
to wrestle.  poadoar

wriggle  
wriggle (as a fish out of water).  rupwupw

wring  
to wring out.  onggong
to wring out; to blow (the nose).  ungud

wrinkled  
to fit loosely; wrinkled (from age); crumbly.  mwoaroakroak

wrist  
wrist.  kumwus

write  
to write longhand or script.  insing
to write longhand or script.  insing
to write; to mark; to tatoo.  insingε

wrong  
wrong.  japwung

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