mwa mwe mwi mwo mwoa mwu mpw
mwah n. the opposite sex sibling of one's spouse, the spouse of one's opposite sex sibling.
mwahi n. color; pattern or design, as on cloth; stain, mark; freckle, mole, or any skin discoloration.
mwahiei vi. to wail, at a funeral. mwahieiki, vt.
mwahieiki vt. see mwahiei.
mwail n. mile. [Eng.]
mwaimwai, also mweimwei₃. adj. colored, spotted, pied.
mwahu adj. good. cf. [meing] nei₃.
mwahuki vt. to like or love, to consider good, to desire sexually; to agree, to like, to prefer.
mwahukihda vt. to become fond of someone; to fall in love with. Pwutako mwahukihda serepeino. The boy fell in love with that girl.
mwahula vi. to recover from an ailment, to get better.
mwahuda vi. to clear, of the weather.
mwaur vt. to douche. mwoumwou, vi.
mwahuda vi. to clear, of the weather.
mwakar vi. to be disgusted, to be displeased, to be slighted. Liho mwakarada pahrail aio. That woman was disgusted with them yesterday.
mwakaren mwar, also mwekeren mwar. vi. to be upset for not having been given the title one expected to receive.
mwakaren mwenge, also mwekeren mwenge. vi. to be upset for not having been given a share of food at a kamadipw.
mwakelekel adj. clean; innocent, honest, pure.
mwaken n. (3sg. mwakene) filth, resulting from unclean genital, used with reference to women.
mwakereker n. constellation, possibly Pleiades.
mwahkohko vi. of women, to sway the body and head while dancing.
mwakot n. an area of fertile soil in either the nansapw or nanwel.
mwahl 1. adj. common, useless, of no consequence. 2. adv. recklessly, carelessly.
mwalaun adj. devious, deceptive. mwalaunih, vt.
mwalaunih vt. to deceive, to fool. mwalaun, adj.
mwalekuluk archaic. adj. wrinkled, as the face of an old person.
mwahliel 1. n. (3sg. mwahlieli, mwahliali) brain; headache, dizziness. 2. adj. dizzy.
mwahmw n. fish.
mwamwairehr vi. to blow gently, of the wind.
mwamwaitih vt. to visit. I mwamwaitih Pakihn. I visited Pakihn. mwemweit, vi.
mwamwahl 1. adj. not respected. 2. n. insignificance; irreverence.
mwahn archaic. n. man, male.
mwahnakapw 1. n. young man. 2. adj. young, of males.
mwahnensoar, also mesen keinek. n. the male head of a clan.
mwanok vt. to peep at. Pwutako mwanok liho ansou me e duhduo. The young man peeped at the woman while she was bathing.
mwand n. trace of movement either seen or heard, as made by someone sneaking around. Mie mwand limwahn wenihmwo. There was a trace of movement near the door.
Mwand n. name of an island in U municipality.
Mwand Peidak n. a section (kousapw) on Mwand, an island in U.
Mwand Peidi n. a section (kousapw) on Mwand, an island in U.
mwahng₂ n. taro sp., giant swamp taro; Cyrtosperma merkusii; the generic name of a number of cultivars of this species; an important food staple that can be used when other foods are scare, thus contributing to food-security.
mwahng kieil n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar, with a stalk colored like the sp. of lizard kieil.
mwahng pwiliet n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar.
mwahng sewi n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar.
mwahng suwain n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar, with lacy-edged leaves.
mwangaingai adj. bumpy, rough, not smooth.
mwangas n. ripe coconut; copra; ripe betel nut.
mwahngeida n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar.
mwanger en mwoanipil n. fish sp.
mwanger en nanipil n. fish sp., whitespotted grouper, Epinephelus coeruleopunctatus.
mwanger en nannamw n. fish sp., camouflage grouper, Epinephelus polyphekadion.
mwanger ripwiripw n. fish sp., malabar grouper, Epinephelus malabaricus.
mwangerenger adj. spotted, splotched.
mwahngih meing. vt. to know, to understand. cf. ese.
mwahngihada vt. gluttonous, given to eating too much.
mwahngieng adj. giddy, dizzy.
mwahngin kialap n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar.
mwahngin lamerer n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar.
mwahngin meir n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar from Meir.
mwahngin nah n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar.
mwahngin namwanamw n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar from the outer islands.
mwahngin nukuwer n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar from Nukuoro.
mwahngin ngetik n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar from Ngatik (Sapwuahfik).
mwahngin palau n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar from Palau.
mwahngin pehleng, also inen mwakot. n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar.
mwahngin pohnusamah n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar.
mwahngin seidip n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar.
mwar₁, also mwahr. n. (3sg. mware) title, name. cf. [meing] lengileng.
mwar₂ vi. to give a gift to show one's love for another. Ohlo kalapw mwar. He always gives a gift to show his love. Urohs lingano mwarala rehn liho. The nice skirt was given to the woman as a token of love.
mwahr, also mwar₁. n. (3sg. mware) title, name.
mwarak vt. to fall on, as of rain on leaves.
mwarahk vi. to be spread around. Wahn kehngido mwarahkpeseng pah. The mangos were spread around under the tree. mwarahkih, vt.
mwaramwar 1. vi. to wear a garland, necklace, floral necklace, or lei. 2. n. garland, necklace, floral necklace, lei. mware₁, vt. cf. [meing] lengileng, wairenieu.
mwaramwer n. small yam; anything that comes in a round form, as mwohni mwaramwer, meaning change in the form of coins.
mwarahntik- vi. to break or shatter, especially of glass. Kilahso pwupwidihte mwarahntikpeseng. The glass fell and shattered. Dahlo pwupwidihte mwarahntikpeseng. The dish fell and shattered.
mwarasak n. a sahk₁ title, a title in the Nahnken's line.
mware₁ poss. cl. a possessive classifier for garlands, titles, or names.
mware₂ vt. to wear a garland, necklace, or lei. mwaramwar, vi. cf. ninih.
mwarehda vt. to put on, of a head garland.
mwareiso meing. n. chest, the area immediately in front of one. cf. mwarmware, pahnadi.
Mwarekehtik, also Mwarikihtik. n. a title.
mwaren souleng n. baptismal name.
mwareniki vt. to hold a title, to wear a head garland. cf. [meing] lengilengih, langilangih.
mwarepein n. a title for a female that is a counterpart of a male title.
mwarehda vt. to put on, of a head garland.
mwahrewed adj. slow, dilatory.
Mwarikihtik, also Mwarekehtik. n. a title.
mwarkoanoat n. a koanoat title.
mwarmware n3s. chest. cf. [meing] mwareiso.
mwarpwoud n. any priestly title.
mwahs 1. n. worm, bacteria, germ. 2. vi. to have worms.
mwasaut n. a sp. of eel that lives in mangrove swamps.
mwasakoil n. maggot.
mwasahl n. (3sg. mwasahle) intestine.
mwasahn vt. to watch out for, to look out for, to observe, to spy on.
mwasahngot, also mwoasoahngot. 1. n. decayed, of wood; termite ridden. 2. vi. to rot, to decay, of wood; to be termite ridden of wood.
Mwahsel n. The Marshall Islands. [Eng.]
Mwasen Pahdol, also Mwesen Pahdol. n. the ancestral goddess of the Lasialap clan who provided the island with a variety of plant and animal life.
Mwasenleng, also Mwesenleng. n. the sacred eel whose corpse gave rise to utiak, a number of banana cultivars.
mwasenger n. intestinal worm.
mwasik vi. to be burned, of anything. isik, vt.
mwaso, also mwesot. n. an eel, commonly found in mangrove swamps.
mwasod, also mwosod. 1. adj. rotten, of wood. 2. meing. n. urine. cf. kent.
mwasdar n. mustard. [Eng.]
mwadang 1. vi. to go fast₁, to be quick, to hurry. 2. adj. fast₁, quick.
mwadangete adv. quickly, suddenly. E mwadangete aluhla. He quickly walked there.
mwadik, also mwedik. n. (3sg. mwedike) trickery, chicanery.
mwadong 1. vi. to play; to engage in recreation. 2. n. game, recreation, drama. mwadonge, vt. cf. [meing] tehnmwel.
mwadonge vt. to play with. mwadong, vi. cf. [meing] tehnmwele.
mwaht n. clearing, field, plantation, garden, farm. see mwetiwel.
mwahtakai adj. failing to observe the proper mwah relationship.
mwatal n. pandanus spp., Freycinetla ponapensis or Pandanus cominsii, the latter of which is commonly used for making sleeping mats.
mwataliniak n. pandanus sp., Humata banksii.
mwatang n. a giant swamp taro (mwahng₂) cultivar.
mwate vi. to move one's head up and down vertically.
mwatehda vi. to convalesce, to recover; to raise one's head.
mwatih vt. to clear an area; to cut or pull grass; to clean and prepare kava for pounding. mwet, vi.
mwatik n. blood from the uterus or rectum.
mwei₁ n. spot, stain.
mwei₂ vi. to be broken, of a string; to finish defecating. mweid₁, vt.
mweisang vt. to be estranged from, to part from, to abstain from. E mweisang ah nohno ni ah pwelel. She has been estranged from her mother since infancy.
mwehi n. era, period of time, reign.
mweilik, also likimwei. vi. to throw or punch forcefully.
mweimwahu, also nihkesemwei. n. a period of peace and tranquility.
mweimwei₁ 1. vt. to be allowable, to be permissible. 2. n. permission. 1. E sohte mweimwei laid en wehi. It is not allowable to fish for turtle. 2. Re alehdi mweimwei. They were given permission.
mweimwei₃, also mwaimwai. adj. colored, spotted, pied. I linganiki likouli mweimwei. I think the colored dress is pretty.
mwein sent. adv. maybe, perhaps, possibly. Mwein ohlo pahn mwahula. Maybe that man will get better.
Mwein Ansou n. the present era, literally ‘time of now’.
Mwein Aramas, also Mwehi Keieu, Mwein Eni Kan, Mwein Kawa. n. the first of the four historical eras into which Pohnpeian history is sometimes divided, the era of the common people.
Mwein Eni Kan, also Mwehi Keieu, Mwein Aramas, Mwein Kawa. n. the first of the four historical eras into which Pohnpeian history is sometimes divided, the era of spiritual ancestors.
Mwein Kawa, also Mwehi Keieu, Mwein Aramas, Mwein Eni Kan. n. the first of the four historical eras into which Pohnpeian history is sometimes divided, the era of building.
Mwein Kouwel n. ancient, primitive, uncivilized times; before Mwein Marain.
Mwein Marain n. the period of enlightenment, the period of Christianity.
Mwein Merika, also Mwein Amerika. n. the American era.
Mwein Misioneri n. the missionary period, also sometime identified as Mwein Marain. [Eng. misioneri]
Mwein Nahnmwarki, also Mwehi Kesiluh. n. the third of the four historical eras into which Pohnpeian history is sometimes divided, the era of the Nahnmwarkis which begins with the fall of the Saudeleur.
mwein nihkes, also nihkesemwei. n. a time of peace and tranquility.
mwein peikes, also peikesemwei. n. a period of war or instability.
Mwein Saudeleur, also Mwehi Keriau. n. the second of the four historical eras into which Pohnpeian history is sometimes divided, the era of the Saudeleur.
Mwein Sehmen n. the German period.
Mwein Sipein n. the Spanish period.
mweinlihamwahu n. mole.
mweinlikou n. remnants, small pieces of cloth.
mweinliroar n. birthmark, any skin discoloration present from birth.
mweipeseng vi. to come apart as in snapped rope; to be divorced or separated. Pwopwoudo mweipeseng. The couple is divorced.
mweipwet 1. n. skin fungus causing white spots. 2. vi., vt. to have this disease. 1. Mie mweipwet pohn kilio There is a fungus on his skin. 2. E mweipwet kilio. He has a skin fungus.
mweir, also mwer₁. adj. loose, as of a knot or lashing.
mweisang vt. to be estranged from, to part from, to abstain from. E mweisang ah nohno ni ah pwelel. She has been estranged from her mother since infancy.
mweisuwari n. the last of the bunch; the last breadfruit in a group of three fruits that grow from the same branch.
mweisuwed, also peikesemwei. n. a period of war and instability.
mweid₁ vt. to break, as a string. mwei₁, vi.
mweid₂ n. hollow, ravine.
mweidala vt. to release, to let go; to allow one to leave.
mweidehng vt. to allow, to permit. Ihs me mweidehng irail en laid nan santuari en mwahmwo? Who allowed them to fish in the fish sanctuary? mweimwei₁, vi.
mweidpeseng vt. to grant a divorce; to cause a divorce.
mweitoal n. freckle.
mwek n. hammock for children.
mwehk, also luwekindinloal. n. tree sp., Glochidion ramiflorum, the terminal buds of which are used for increasing the appetite of young children.
mweker vi. to make an explosive or crackling noise.
mwekeriker adj. crackling, of a sound or noise.
mwekihkieng meing. vi. to shiver, to shudder, to quiver. cf. mwusihrer.
mwekimwek n. arrowroot, also called Polynesian arrowroot, Tacca leontopetaloides.
mwekid 1. vi. to move, as in one's own body movement. 2. n. motion, movement; action, affairs. cf. [meing] keielek.
mwekidida vi. to be stirred up, to be aroused.
mwekidikid adj. unsteady, unstable; active, as in a hyperactive person.
mwekidida vi. to be stirred up, to be aroused.
mwehl₁ adj. red hot, of objects; angry, furious.
mwehl₂ n. ripe breadfruit wrapped in leaves and prepared in an uhmw; any starchy food cooked with coconut milk.
mwele adj. calm, of the weather or the sea.
mwelek, also mwilik. n. a suspicion. Mie ahi mwelek. I have a suspicion.
mwelekek n. peace, tranquility.
mwelekih, also mwilikih. vt. to suspect.
mwelehlap meing. adj. free, idle; unconcerned, untroubled. cf. pisek.
mweleng n. area below the peak of a roof.
mwelengen sakau n. kava dermopathy, flaking of the skin resulting from heavy consumption of kava.
mweli n. rocky area.
mwelimwel archaic. n. chignon, bun, a kind of hair-do worn by women in which the hair is tied in knots at the nape of the neck or lower; also worn by men in early times.
mwelung adj. satiated, having had one’s fill of sex with men (of a woman).
mwelungda vi. to desire sexual gratification, said of a woman.
mweluhpei meing. vi. to warm oneself by a fire. cf. rengireng.
mwell n. a sp. of Nudibranch.
mwemmwan vi. to bulge, of something covered, the shape of which is discernible.
mwehmwe₁ n. yam that develops on the vine, not edible; small thing or object.
mwehmwe₂ n. dirt; bad or stinking smell.
mwemweit vi. to visit; to take a walk. mwamwaitih, vt. cf. [meing] luwahreureu.
mwenei vi. to jiggle up and down, as of the fat on a fat person.
mwenge 1. vi. to eat. 2. n. food. cf. [meing] sak₁, sahk₁, koanoat, tungoal.
mwengehn menseng 1. vi. to eat breakfast. 2. n. breakfast. cf. [meing] kapwarsou, kemenseng.
mwengehn soutik 1. vi. to eat dinner (the evening meal), to eat supper. 2. n. dinner, supper. cf. [meing] kasoutik, koduhsou.
mwengehn souwas 1. n. lunch. 2. vi. to eat lunch. cf. [meing] kasouwas.
mwengehnpwong 1. vi. to eat a late night snack, usually of a woman who is breastfeeding a child. 2. n. a late night snack of this kind. cf. [meing] ihenpwong, ihanpwong.
mwengin, also mwenginingin. archaic. vi. to whisper. mwenginih, vt.
mwenginih vt. to whisper to. mwenginingin, vi.
mwenginingin, also mwengin. vi. to whisper. mwenginih, vt. cf. [meing] loitik, mwokuhku.
mwengintik n. side platform of a nahs; house of prayer.
mwengoungou adj. appetizing; attractive, attracting admiration or interest.
mwengki 1. n. monkey, ape. 2. adj. silly, given to monkeying around. [Eng.]
mwer₁, also mweir. adj. loose, as of a knot or lashing.
mwer₂ vi. to have fallen in quantity, as of rain or fruit.
mwer₃ n. behavior, deception.
mwerek adj. slack, as of a rope; wrinkled.
mwerekirek adj. wrinkled.
mwerehrehn uken madau archaic. n. something which initially seemed insignificant but later becomes important.
mwerehrehnpwil vi. to be mature, of breadfruit. Mahio mwerehrehnpwilier. The breadfruit is already mature.
mweruwo 1. adj. deceptive, deceitful. 2. n. deceptiveness, deceitfulness. 1. Aramaso me mweruwo. The person is deceptive. 2. Ahmw mweruwo pahn kihienguhk kahpwal. Your deceptiveness will get you into trouble.
mwerkao n. forgery.
mwerkau 1. n. malice. 2. adj. malicious. 1. Liho esehda ah mwerkau. That lady discovered his malice. 2. E me mwerkau. He is malicious.
mwersuwed, also mworsuwed. 1. adj. dishonest, crooked, malicious, wicked;. 2. n. dishonesty, crookedness, maliciousness, bad behavior. mwersuwedih, vt.
mwersuwedih vt. to cheat, to deceive. mwersuwed, mworsuwed, adj.
mwesei, also mweseisei. 1. vi. to make noise. 2. n. a disturbance caused by noise.
mweseisei vi. see mwesei.
mweseu adj. lusty.
mwesel vi. to leave, to depart. cf. [meing] ketda.
mwesen ntahkereker, also ntahkereker. 1. n. dysentery, with blood in the stool. 2. vi. to have dysentery.
mwesenloang n. maggot.
mwesot, also mwaso. n. an eel, commonly found in mangrove swamps.
mwehdi n. caterpillar.
mwedik n. (3sg. mwedike) trickery, chicanery.
mwet vi. neut. to clear an area; to cut or pull grass; to clean and prepare kava for pounding. mwatih, vt.
mweteh n3s. shade, shadow. cf. [meing] iollap.
mweteu vi. to hang down.
mwetik n. menses; flux.
mwetida vi. to be in heat, to be ready for breeding, of female dogs and pigs.
mwetiwel, also mwetuwel. 1. n. clearing, garden, plantation, farm. 2. vi. to clear land, to garden, to farm. see mwaht.
mwetuwel n. see mwetiwel.
mwetpwel 1. vi. to remove all ground cover, leaving only the soil. 2. n. bare ground. 1. Ah mwetwelin uhto mwetpwel. The ground cover in the banana patch has been removed. 2. Nan uht ko mwetpwel. There is bare ground around the bananas.
mwetpwur adj. ill-prepared to honor a visitor with a feast.
mwih n. name of the digraph mw, the eleventh letter of the Pohnpeian alphabet, used to represent the phoneme /mw/, a labialized and velarized bilabial nasal.
mwiekehk adj. disarranged, disordered, dirty in appeaarance.
mwilikih, also mwelekih. vt. to suspect.
mwir, also mwur₂. 1. n. a kind of magic to delay an action. 2. vi. to perform this kind of magic. mwirih, vt.
mwirih, also mwurih. vt. to cast a magic spell on, to do magic on. Ohlo mwirihirail. The man cast a spell on them. mwir, vi.
mwirilik, also mwurilik. 1. n. a death feast, given at the burial. 2. vi. to prepare this feast. mwirilikih, vt.
mwirimwir, also mwurumwur. archaic. n. farewell.
mwidihlihk n. (3sg. mwidihlihki) kidney.
mwo dem. pr. that one, away from you and me; there, away from you and me.
mwoh vi. to moo, of a cow.
mwou adj. bruised; abused.
mwoumwou vi. to douche. mwaur, vt.
mwohkan dem. pr. those, away from you and me.
mwokuhku 1. meing. vi. to whisper. 2. adj. quiet, of a person. cf. mwenginingin, nennen.
mwokuhr 1. n. rotten fruit. 2. adj. rotten, of fruit.
mwolen kopwung lapalap n. high court, supreme court.
mwoluhlu meing. vi. to whisper. cf. mwenginingin.
mwolung, also mwoalung. adj. lusty, said of a woman. mwolungih, vt.
mwolungih, also mwoalungih. vt. of a woman, to instigate sexual activity with a male. mwolung, mwoalung, adj.
mwoluhpei 1. meing. vi. to be blinded by harsh, dazzling light. 2. meing. n. temporary blindness induced by excessive light. cf. mahl.
mwoluhdingiding meing. vi. to be soaked, to be dripping wet. cf. medu.
mwohmw n. (3sg. mwomwe) appearance, shape; kind, sort, type, nature. Ia mwomwen ohlo? What does that man look like? Ih mwomwen aht tiahk. It's the nature of our culture.
mwomwala vi. to be exhausted, of a supply; to be extinct; to be annihilated.
mwomwalap adj. impolite.
mwomwalis, also mwompwon. n. fish sp., goatfish, a variety of Parupeneus cyclostomus.
mwomwadahn kosonned n. bill, proposal, in legislative proceedings.
mwomwawas adj. impertinent, rude.
mwomwenli adj. effeminate.
mwomwehda vt. to pretend; to imitate; to intend.
mwomwitik adj. shy; embarrassed, usually said of girls.
mwomwohd n. session, assembly.
mwomwohd pohn takai mei vi. to subsist well on an atoll.
mwomwohdiso n. congregation, parish; a gathering in the presence of a Nahnmwarki.
mwomwohdmwahl vi. to be idle.
mwomwmei n. fish sp., Pacific longnose parrotfish, Hipposcarus longiceps.
mwomwpeleng n. dried fish.
mwompwon, also mwomwalis. n. fish sp., goatfish, a variety of Parupeneus cyclostomus.
mwomwsahl n. salted fish.
mwomwsang vi. to be annihilated or destroyed.
mwomwdahr 1. n. feast for the first catch of a spawning season. 2. vi. to offer this feast. 1. Mwomwdahr me wiawi ni tehnpas pwe mie me laid. It was a spawning season feast because someone caught a spawning fish. 2. Irail mwomwdahr. They are having a spawning season feast.
mwohn limpoak slang. n. sweetheart, first love, either chronologically or in rank. Ei mwohn limpoak me suwanawan. My sweetheart is extremely attractive.
mwohn pahr 1. n. feast for the first turtle caught on a fishing trip. 2. vi. to perform this feast. 1. Mwohn pahr ieu met. This is a feast for the first turtle caught on the fishing trip.
mwohn wahr n. bow₂ of a canoe.
mwohnawar 1. n. paddler who sits in the bow₂ of a canoe. 2. vi. to paddle from the bow of a canoe.
mwohneki vt. to prefer.
mwohni n. money. [Eng.]
mwohni takai n. coin.
mwohniki vt. to consider most important.
mwohnmei n. the first breadfruit harvested, which are taken to a chief.
Mwohnsamwohl n. worship of the sea, with an emphasis on living organisms.
Mwohnsapw meing. n. (3sg. Mwohnsapwoko) lord, chief of the highest order.
Mwohnsapwala vi. to become a Nahnmwarki. Ohlo Mwohnsapwala. That man became a Nahnmwarki.
Mwohnsapwoko meing. interj. your highness, when addressing a Nahnmwarki. Mwohnsapwoko, re ket nan mwadong sapahrek wet. Your lordship, please accept our entertaining dance.
mwohndi vi. to sit down. cf. [meing] ketdi, keipwekidi.
mwongoungou, also mwengoungou. adj. appetizing; attractive, attracting admiration or interest.
mwopw 1. vi. to be out of breath, to be unable to catch one's breath; to be shut off from a source of air. 2. n. asthma.
mwopwula vi. to suffocate.
mwohrekenleng meing. n. conjunctivitis, commonly called pink eye. cf. maspwunan.
mworourou adj. fat, stout, obese.
mworopw, also mwoaroapw. n. Tahitian chestnut, also called Polynesian chestnut, Inocarpus fagifer.
mworopwinsed n. tree sp., Heritiera littoralis.
mworuhru meing. adj. gluttonous, given to eating too much. cf. engidek.
mworsuwed, also mwersuwed. 1. adj. dishonest, crooked, malicious, wicked. 2. n. dishonesty, crookedness, maliciousness, bad behavior. mwersuwedih, vt.
mworsuwedih, also mwersuwedih. vt. to cheat, to deceive.
mwohso 1. n. appendicitis. 2. vi. to have appendicitis. [Jap. mōchō]
mwosod, also mwasod. 1. adj. rotten, of wood. 2. meing. n. urine. cf. kent.
mwohd vi. to sit. mwohdang, vt. cf. [meing] roasailap.
mwohdalap 1. vi. to sit in a dignified manner; to sit in the posture of a sitting chief. 2. n. the posture of a sitting chief; a session of dignitaries.
mwohdang vt. to sit, to occupy the place of authority in a nahs; to sit on a throne. mwohd, vi. cf. [meing] mwoalehdi.
mwohdenpal vi. to serve as a tacit expert during the construction of a house or a canoe.
mwohdenpwong vi. to be in the state of holding a vigil for the death or for the death of a Nahnmwarki. cf. [meing] mwoaluhluhn iollap.
mwohdehng, also mwohdang. vt. to sit in on, as a meeting; to observe. mwohd, vi.
mwohdeteng adj. durable in drinking kava, able to outlast all others.
mwohdipwisou 1. vi. to offer first fruits, of produce not traditionally important on Pohnpei, such as vegetables, taro, bananas, etc. 2. n. such a first fruits offering. 1. Se mwohdipwisou aio. We made our first fruits offering yesterday. 2. Mwohdipwisou me ke wia? Was it a first fruits offering that you did?
mwodol, also mwudul. 1. n. a piece; an object. 2. num. cl. used in counting small, rounded objects. 2. kisin kehp riamwodol two pieces of yam.
mwotou vi. to be suspended, to be dangling, to be hanging. kamwataur, vt.
mwotomwot adj. short.
mwotkoloi adj. very short.
mwowe₁ prep. n. ahead of, in front of, before (him, her, or it).
mwowe₂ vt. to offer as a first fruit.
mwoweh vt. to precede, to head, to lead; to prefix. Mwareho mwoweh edeho. His title precedes his name.
mwowihdi vi. to be swamped, of canoes and boats.
Mwoakilloa, also Mokil. n. an atoll located east of Pohnpei, within Pohnpei State.
Mwoakot n. a section (kousapw) in Kitti.
mwoahl₁ meing. n. (3sg. mwoale) sitting place, sacred place, altar, throne; sleeping place. cf. dehu.
mwoahl₂ meing. n. clothing. cf. likou.
mwoalekek, also mwulekek. n. peace.
mwoalehlap meing. n. the platform upon which the Nahnmwarki and Nahnken sit in a nahs.
Mwoalehlap n. the prescribed seating area in a nahs where the Nahnmwarki sits; the area by the front central post known as salidi en enihlap; throne.
mwoalehle 1. vt. to be anointed; to be covered with oil;. 2. adj. shiny; oily.
mwoalen kopwung n. courtroom, courthouse.
mwoalen kopwung lapalap n. supreme court; high court.
mwoalen kopwungen wehi n. local court; municipal court.
mwoalepeidi meing. vi. to lie down. cf. wendi.
mwoalehda meing. vt. to dress oneself; to wear a grass skirt; to put on clothing. cf. likawihada.
mwoalehdi meing. vi. to sit, to occupy the place of authority in a nahs; to sit on a throne. cf. mwohdang.
mwoaloal n. dent, depression.
mwoaloaldi vi. to be dented; to squat down in the water.
mwoaluhlu 1. n. surprise; whisper. 2. vi. to be surprised; to whisper.
mwoaluhluhn iollap meing. n. to be in the state of holding a vigil for the death or for the death of a Nahnmwarki. cf. mwohdenpwong.
mwoaluhluhnpwong meing. n. the act of sleeping on something, such as a problem. cf. loasenpwong.
mwoalung, also mwolung. adj. lusty, said of woman.
mwoalungih, also mwolungih. vt. of a woman, to instigate male sexual activity.
mwoaluhpei meing. vi. to warm up at a fire. cf. rengireng.
mwoalus n. cinder, ember, charcoal, coal of a fire.
mwoaltehmwahu 1. meing. n. footwear. 2. meing. vi. to wear footwear. 1. Sohte mwoaltehmwahu. There is no footwear for the high chief. 2. Re mwoaltehmwahu rahn wet. He is wearing footwear today. mwoaltehmwahuwih, vt. cf. suht, sohri.
mwoaltehmwahuwih meing. vt. to wear footwear. Mwohnsapw mwoaltehmwahwi suht. Mwohnsapw is wearing shoes. mwoaltehmwahu, vi. cf. suhtih, sohrih.
mwoaltehnpwel meing. n. a rag for wiping one's feet upon entering a house; a rug. cf. likoun irine.
mwoanipil 1. n. the act of peeping at nude people who are bathing. 2. vi. to peep at nude people who are bathing. mwoanipilih, vt.
mwoanipilih vt. see mwoanipil.
mwoanok vt. to peep at.
mwoahr 1. n. diarrhea. 2. vi. to have diarrhea.
mwoaroidi vi. to submerge oneself in deep water for the purpose of hiding; to calm down.
mwoarok en sakau n. residue at the bottom of a cup of kava.
mwoarong, also mwoaroang. 1. vi. to be noisy. 2. n. crowd noise.
mwoarosala vi. to lose one's will to succeed, to lose all hope.
mwoaroang 1. vi. to be noisy. 2. n. crowd noise.
mwoaroangoaroang adj. noisy.
mwoaroapw, also mworopw. n. Tahitian chestnut, also called Polynesian chestnut, Inocarpus fagifer.
mwoaruhru adj. greedy; egoistic.
mwoarus adj. depressed, lethargic, listless. Serepeino inenen mwoarus. That girl is really depressed.
mwoarusala vi. to become depressed. Ohlo mwoarusala. That man became depressed.
mwoasoangidi vi. to be decayed, of wood.
mwoasoahngot, also mwasahngot. 1. adj. decayed, of wood; termite ridden. 2. n. (3sg. mwoasoangote) decay, rod, of wood; termite riddenwood.
mwoator 1. adj. paralytic, weak. 2. n. paralysis, weakness.
mwoahtoaht vi. to lose one's initiative to act.
mwukumwuk vi. to rinse one's mouth, to gargle. cf. [meing] dawado.
mwul n. thread, fine fiber.
mwule vt. to knead, as in kneading (bread); to twist or wind together. Ansou en kepel pilawas, aramas pil kin mwule lao e mwut. When making bread, people knead until it is ready. Pwutako mwule doaroapweho. The boy twisted the paper.
mwulekek, also mwoalekek. n. peace.
mwulepene vt. to twist or wind₁ together.
mwuledek 1. n. excessive amount. 2. adv. exceedingly, excessively.
mwuhmwu 1. n. muumuu, an ankle length dress. 2. vi. to wear a muumuu. [Eng.< Haw.]
mwuhn n. fish sp., squirrelfish, Myripristis adustus.
mwunseik n. fish sp., rainbow runner, Elagatis bipinnulatus; normally found in lagoon and patch reefs, and barrier reef. [Mok. mwinjeik]
mwur₁ adv. a little; a bit, kind of. I mwur soumwahuda aio. I became a little sick yesterday.
mwur₂, also mwir. 1. n. a magic spell. 2. vi. to cast a magic spell. 1. E wia mwur. He cast a spell. mwurih, vt.
mwuhr n. later.
mwuri prep. n. after, behind (him, her, or it).
mwurih, also mwirih. vt. to cast a magic spell on, to do magic on. Ohlo mwurih liho. That man cast a spell on the woman. mwur₂, vi.
mwurilik, also mwirilik. 1. n. a death feast, given at the burial. 2. vi. to prepare this feast. mwurilikih, vt.
mwurilikih, also mwirilikih. vt. see mwurilik.
mwurinwar 1. n. paddler who sits in the stern of a canoe. 2. vi. to paddle from the stern of a canoe.
mwuroi n. bird sp., Micronesian pigeon, Ducula oceanica; also used generically for any pigeon.
mwurumwur, also mwirimwir. archaic. n. farewell.
mwus vi. to move as a group. Re pwonte mwusdo oh audehla sehr ko. They moved here as a group and filled the chairs. Koaros mwusieila. They all went out in a group. mwusir, vt.
mwuserehre 1. meing. vi. to think. 2. meing. n. thought. cf. madamadau.
mwusikek vi. to initiate movement of the whole body, as when one starts to rise, walk, run, etc.
mwusiko n. marching band₂. [Jap.]
mwusing 1. n. pool₁ of money, the combined wagers of betters. 2. vi. to create a pool of money. [Jap. mushin]
mwusir vt. to move as a group. E mwusir tohn kousapw en kasamwo mwohnsapw. He moved the villagers into a group to welcome Mwohnsapw. mwus, vi.
mwusihrer vi. to shiver, to shudder, to quiver. cf. [meing] mwekihkieng.
mwusumwus, also mwutumwut. n. a swarm of animate beings, group. I kilangada mwusumwus en longalap. I saw a swarm of honeybees.
mwudan vt. to squeeze, to compress. mwudanpene to squeeze together.
Mwudok n. a section (kousapw) in Kitti.
mwudul, also mwodol. 1. n. a piece; object. 2. num. cl. used in counting small, rounded objects. 2. kisin kehp riemwodol two small round yams.
mwut₁ adj. pulverized, crushed, mashed.
mwut₂ num. cl. used in counting heaps or piles. mwutin dihpw pahmwut four piles of grass.
mwute vt. to smash. E mwute pihruo. He smashed the beer bottle.
mwuterek adj. soft.
mwutinieng n. gust of wind; storm, gale.
mwutumwut, also mwusumwus. n. a swarm of animate beings, group. mwutumwut en loahng swarm of flies mwutumwut en aramas group of people.
mpwa n. hermit crab.
mpwakang n. something that tastes bad, but is neverthless edible.
mpwe n. curve, bend.
mpwei n. ball; stomach; sphere.
mpwein kent n. bladder.
mpwein tenek n. the spongy substance found in a sprouting coconut in its early stage of development.
mpwek n. bud of a flower.
mpwekin ripwiripw n. fish sp.
mpwel₁ n. blister, from sunburn.
mpwel₂ vi. of a traditional earth oven (uhmw), to be at the stage where the food has been placed in it and has been covered with leaves.
mpwel₃ n. a variety of palm.
mpwel₄ n. female pig before it is bred.
mpwel₅ n. sp. of crab.
mpwelehdi vi. to unexpectedly converge upon a place, of a large number of people.
mpwer n. twins; also used to refer to multiple births, e.g. mpwer silimen, triplets.
mpwer- vi. to come or go in pairs. Ira mpwerlongodo nan wenihmwo. They came in the door together (as a pair).
mpweren wiasu n. a twin of the opposite sex.
mpwet, also mpwut. 1. vi. to blister. 2. n. blister.
mpwi 1. adj. leaky, as of a roof. 2. n. drop.
mpwokos adj. humpback.
mpwos n. boil₁, swelling, infection.
mpwos sarawi n. an unopened boil₁, a kind of abcess.
mpwosada vi. to swell; to rise, as of bread.
mpwoampw n. rise, low hill; heap; humpback.
mpwul 1. n. (3sg. mpwule) flame. 2. vi. to burn with a flame, to blaze.
mpwulapwul 1. adj. pink. 2. n. pink.
mpwulda, also lulda. adj. ablaze.
mpwun n. barnacle.
mpwut, also mpwet. 1. vi. to blister. 2. b blister.