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tile vt. to carry or lift something that can be lightly suspended with one hand; to pick up with the thumb and the forefinger. tintil, vi.
timwen paipenleng, also tumwen paipenleng. meing. n. age, of a Nahnmwarki. Timwen paipenleng depe? How old is the Nahnmwarki? cf. sounpar.
tintil vi. to be carried or lifted, of something that can be lightly suspended with one hand. tile, vt. see tile.
tip meing. vi. to be full, after eating. cf. med.
tipaker₁, also tapaker. n. plant sp., tobacco, Nicotrina tabacum; any rough-cut tobacco. [Eng.]
tipaker₂ n. fish sp.
tikpeieng adj. said of one who regularly makes small contributions to feasts or parties (a positive virtue).
tipw₁ vi. to be broken, of any long object; to crackle; to be interrupted, of a song. tipwang, vt.
timpeseng vi. to be broken into pieces or parts.
tipw₂ vi. to be cut with scissors or shears; to be picked up with a pair of sticks, of hot rocks from an uhmw. tipwa, vt.
tipwa vt. to cut with scissors or shears; to pick up hot rocks from an uhmw with a pair of sticks. tipw₂, vi.
tipwakapi meing. n. banana leaves used for holding any consumable for the Nahnmwarki or Nahnken. cf. ikin tehn uht.
tupwal vi. to make a slapping noise by slapping or striking two flat objects together.
tipwalapwal adj. making a slapping or banging noise.
tipwang vt. to break any long object. tipw₁, vi.
tipwatipw 1. adj. brittle, fragile. 2. n. a sugar cane cultivar.
Tipwen Dongalap n. a formerly independent section of Nett that predated the rule of the Saudeleur.
Tipwen Kehpei n. a section (kousapw) in U.
tipwengen peh n3s. elbow, crook of the arm, forearm; measurement of arms length when constructing a canoe. cf. [meing] keulap.
tipwensapwasapw n. a yam tuber left in the ground for further growth.
tir adj. hourglass or funnel shaped; narrowing; thin waisted.
titin n. tree sp., Heliotropium foertherianum.
toahkoi n. low cloud, one touching the mountains; fog.
toahkte n. doctor. [Eng.]
toahl₁ n. doll. [Eng.]
toahl₂ n. coal.
toai 1. n. nasal mucus. 2. vi. to have a runny nose. cf. [meing] rengen mwell.
toamwoarok n. fish sp., black surgeonfish.
toantoal adj. black.
tohk n. stump of a tree; widow of a man with a ranking title; those with whom one has had sexual intercourse.
tohl n. (3sg. tole) clitoris. cf. [meing] opwudenkod, .
tohmw n. a ceremony of conflict resolution, presided over by the Nahnmwarki; reconciliation, atonement.
tohndipwinsou n. children and stepchildren of a Nahnmwarki or Nahnken.
tohnpadahk n. disciple, one who spreads the preachings of Jesus (Biblical); participant in a learning session; intern. I wia tohnpadahk ong ei sounpadahk. I am an intern for my instructor.
tohn₁ adj. crowded with people.
tohn₂ n. member of; inhabitant of; participant of; this word is typically written attached to the word it precedes.
tohndoadoahk Biblical. n. a worker or disciple. Sapwellimen Sises tohndoadoahk kan kin ieiiangseli. Jesus's disciples followed him all over.
tohnkapar 1. vi. to attend a feast or party without contributing provisions. 2. n. a person attending a feast or party without contributing provisions. tohnkepere, vt.
tohnkepere vt. see tohnkapar.
tohnleng n. angel.
tohnmetei vi. to sacrifice for the good of others, to work without pay, to volunteer.
tohnmeteikihla vt. to forgive and forget. interj. Forget it!
tohnsampah n. inhabitants of the earth. Kaidehn tohnsampah pwon me kasarawi Kirisimas. Not everyone in the world celebrates Christmas.
tohnsukuhl n. student.
tohnwiesakau n. one who prepares kava.
tohr₁ sent. adv. only, exclusively. Mehn U tohr me iang kamadipw. Only the people from U participated in the feast.
tohr₂ vt. to slide by pushing or pulling. tohrek, vi.
tohrek vi. to be slid by pushing or pulling. tohr₂, vt.
tohrohr vi. to be independent, to be different, to be excluded from the group, to be special.
tohto adj. many, much, numerous, plentiful.
tohtowe n3s. total amount.
toik n. fish sp., damsel fish, Paraglyphidodon melas.
tok₁ vi. to be ended, terminated, or stopped; to be amputated.
tok₂ adj. old, of things; worn out.
tokenmoang 1. vi. to play tricks on people at a wake, done to cheer the family; a funeral custom involving smearing mud and ashes on the faces of mourners, or cutting their hair, done by the family of the deceased, typically after the burial; in the past, it sometimes also involved trying to sink the canoes of the mourners so they could not leave. 2. n. trick done at a wake.
tokutok, also tukutuk. 1. n. leprosy, leper; a breadfruit disease. 2. vi. to have leprosy; of breadfruit, to have the disease called tokutok.
tom vi. to stomp, to make a thudding noise with the foot. tomur, vt.
tomur vt. to stomp on. tom, vi.
tomw vi. to seek reconciliation or forgiveness.
Tomwara n. a section (kousapw) in Kitti, Nett, and Sokehs.
Tomwara Powe n. a section (kousapw) in Sokehs.
Tomwoarolong, also Tomwara. n. a section (kousapw) in Kitti.
topwuk n. tree sp., Premna gaudichaudii, commonly used when making fire by friction, also used medicinally and in the manufacture of the traditional drum (aip).
tot adj. overripe, of tuberous plants.
totopai n. bird sp., cicada bird, Edolisoma tenvirostre inseperatum.
tou n. contribution, donation.
touk vt. to scoop out; to eat with a utensil. toutou₂, vi.
toukihda vt. to contribute.
toulap n. great work, work and services render to the Nahnmwarki or the chiefdome sometimes life-long service required by the Nahnmwarki of any Pohnpeian males, including labor and expressions of deference, etiquette, and obedience.
toutik n. minor work, such as participation in wars, athletic events, and other competitive activities on behalf of the Nahnmwarki.
toutou₁ adj. heavy, weighty; sluggish; melancholy, sad. toutouki, vt.
toutouki vt. to be unhappy or reluctant about something.
toutou₂ vi. neut. to scoop out; to eat with a spoon. touk, vt.
toutouki vt. to be unhappy or reluctant about something. toutou₂
toutowi, also tautawi. n3s. weight.
towehda vt. to become a member, inhabitant, or participant of.
towehla vt. to take up residence in.
troahli n. narrow gauge train₁. [Jap. torōrī < Eng. trolley]
tu vi. to meet. Irail tuhpene ni kamadipwo. They met at the feast.
tuhpene vi. to meet; to make sexual contact; to cross paths.
tuhweng vt. to meet someone; to make sexual contact; to confront someone.
tuh n. upright breather roots of the mangrove tree.
tuhke n. tree, plant, lumber, wood.
tuhke pahm Biblical. n. palm tree. [pahm <Eng. palm]
tuhkehn kilin waii n. candle bush, also called ringworm bush, Senna alata, used in the treatment of the disease called kilin waii.
tuhkehn kirismas n. Christmas tree; Norfolk Island pine₂, Araucaria excelsa.
tuhkehn kopwopwoud n. plant sp., which has bunches of flowers resembling a bouquet.
tuhkehn wieihmw n. lumber.
tuhnge meing. vt. to visit royalty when they are sick in bed.
tuhpenehn pwopwoud polite. n. sexual intercourse.
tuki n3s. stub, stump.
tukutuk, also tokutok. 1. n. leprosy, leper; a breadfruit disease. 2. vi. to have leprosy; of breadfruit, to have the disease called tukutuk.
tumpwoar n. nasal sound; cleft palate.
tumw₁ num. cl. used in counting gusts of wind. tumwenieng riotumw two gusts of wind.
tumwe n3s. nose. cf. [meing] keinuhnu, sisipwai.
tumwenieng n. gust of wind.
tumwohki vt. to consider smelly; to be sick of.
tumwpak adj. flat nosed, pug-nosed.
tungoal 1. vi. to consume, to eat or drink; to receive communion. 2. humiliative. n. communion; also used with ah₁ possessive pronouns as a humiliative marker. tungoale, vt.
tungoale humiliative. vt. to consume, to eat or drink; to receive communion. tungoal, vi.
tupweiklas n. spyglass, telescope, binoculars. [Eng.]
tutuwi n. bird sp., white-browed rail₁.
tuwel vt. to shake, of one's head; to sway. tuwelek, vi.
tuwelek vi. see tuwel.
tuwi n. firewood.