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1.They (foursome) were under great pressure staying up to take care of him when he was ill.Eḷap aereañ kar eñtaan im emmej ippān ke ej nañinmej.aa-
2.They made a harbor on the lagoon side of the island.Raar abaiki arin āneoaba
3.The American soldiers created a harbor on the lagoon side of this island for our government.Rūttariṇae in Amedka ro raar abaiktok arin aelōñ in ñan kien ṇe ad.aba
4.There were lots of experts in dynamiting during Japanese times.Ebooḷ ṇakṇōkin ri-abba raar itok ilo iien Jepaan ko.abba
5.That was a dynamite of American origin.Abbaan (abbain) Amedka men eo.abba
6.My method of tucking things under the arm is obvious.Eban peljo kaabjājeū.abjāje
7.The ocean side of his land had a lot of abḷajtiñ plants.Eabḷajtiiñḷamjako likin ṃweo iṃōn.abḷajtiiñ
8.The ocean side of his land had a lot of abḷajtiñ plants.Eabḷajtiiñḷamjako likin ṃweo iṃōn.abḷajtiiñ
9.Let's go pick abḷajtiiñ flowers for the two of us.Kōjro etal in kaabḷajtiiñtok wūtūrro.abḷajtiiñ
10.That's the refusal of a stubborn person.Abōbin bōt meṇṇe.abōb
11.There are lots of apples on that table over there.Eabōḷe eoon tebōḷ uweo.abōḷ
12.The spiritual power of a great black magician.Abōnān ṇakṇōkabōn
13.You'll never know the secrets of their spiritual powers.Kwoban jeḷā abnāer.abōn
14.The characteristics of an expert.Abōnen ṃōkadeabōne-
15.Why do the prices of goods fluctuate so much nowadays?En baj abōntọun wōt wōṇāān ṃweiuk raan kein?abōṇtọun
16.What's impeding the progress of this boat?Ta in ej kaabore an wa in etal?abor
17.Lift your foot out (of the water) because it's impeding our progress.Kotak neōṃ bwe ekaaborbor.abor
18.The drag on the bottom of the boat is the cause of it not running fast.Aborin kapin wa in ekōṃṃan an bat.abor
19.The drag on the bottom of the boat is the cause of it not running fast.Aborin kapin wa in ekōṃṃan an bat.abor
20.The little lad refused to sing because there were lots of girls there.Likao jidikdik eo ear abwin al kōn an lōñ leddik ijo.abwin
21.You must really be afraid of ghosts since you can't walk to that house at night.Baj abwinmakeiṃ ke kwoban etal ñan ṃweeṇ in boñ.abwinmake
22.Afraid of ghosts as he was, I saw him going in your directionEñeo ear abwinmakewaj ijeṇe waj.abwinmake
23.There's a great fearer of ghosts.Abwinmakelep men ṇeabwinmakelep
24.A great fearer of the dark from this island.Abwinmakelepin aelōñ in.abwinmakelep
25.The story turned him into a great fearer of the dark.Bwebwenato eo ekabwinmakelepe.abwinmakelep
26.I’m turning it off and the two of us will go ashore and together with the Captain we’ll start loading our scrap. P337Ij kune im kōjro wōnāne ḷọk kōjjel Kapen eo jino ektaki tok jọkpej ko adjel.ad
27.I think John's dizzier than you but I'm the dizziest of us fourIj ḷōmṇak eaaddeboululḷọk Jọọn jān kwe ak iaaddeboulul tata iaadeañaddeboulul
28.They are aware of the fact that that woman causes people to get giddy.Rejeḷā ke ri-kaaddeboulul armej kōrā eṇ.addeboulul
29.God is the provider of our inalienable rights.Anij ej ri-kaademlōkmej.addemlōkmej
30.The narrow gashes in the reef around this island have plenty of fishElōñ ek ilowaan addiin likin āninaddi
31.She put a little finger on the doll with a piece of cloth.Ear kaaddi-diki (kōṃṃan addi-dikin) tọḷe eo kōn mōttan nuknuk.addi-dik
32.My looking at her out of the corner of my eye made her nervous.Addikdū ekōṃṃan an abṇōṇō.addikdik
33.My looking at her out of the corner of my eye made her nervous.Addikdū ekōṃṃan an abṇōṇō.addikdik
34.She's looking at you out of the corner of her eye.Ej addikdiki eok.addikdik
35.She's looking at you out of the corner of her eye.Ej addikdiki eok.addikdik
36.There are lots of giant clam shells on the beach of this island.Eḷap wōt an adede arin āninaded
37.There are lots of giant clam shells on the beach of this island.Eḷap wōt an adede arin āninaded
38.The lagoon side of this island is teeming with adenpe sharks.Baj adenpein arin ānin ḷōṃaadenpe
39.The adenpe sharks on the ocean side of this island are fierce.Elāj adenpein likin āninadenpe
40.Who between the two of you is going to be the prodder?Wōn ri-adibwij iaamiro?adibwij
41.The first quarter of the moon for this month in not visible.Adikin allōñ jab in ettino.adik
42.It's the first quarter of the moon now.Eadik.adik
43.Is the first quarter of the moon visible yet?Enañin adik ke?adik
44.Are the adipā fish of this island good?Ennọ ke adipāān āniinadipā
45.Her class is a bunch of spoiled kids.Eadkeelel ajriin kilaaj eṇ an.adkeelel
46.Their way of carrying things in a basket, today's Marshallese women, that is.Aduwadoier, kōrāān Ṃajeḷ in raan kein.aduwado
47.Our cistern caught some of the rain squalls.Ear tōteiñ (etteiñ) aebōj eṇ aṃro ilo wōt ko.aebōj
48.This island has plenty of ground wells.Eaebōj-laḷe āninaebōj-laḷ
49.Their persuasiveness was evident in their choice of words.Aejemjemier ealikkar ilo naan ko aer.aejemjem
50.The surface of the ocean on the leeside of this island's is smoother than that of Jemo Island.Eḷae ḷọk ioon aejetin liklaḷin ānin jān Jemọ.aejet
51.The surface of the ocean on the leeside of this island's is smoother than that of Jemo Island.Eḷae ḷọk ioon aejetin liklaḷin ānin jān Jemọ.aejet
52.The surface of the ocean on the leeside of this island's is smoother than that of Jemo Island.Eḷae ḷọk ioon aejetin liklaḷin ānin jān Jemọ.aejet
53.The way young men today fasten the canoe sails to the booms is not the same as the style of fastening done by young men of yesterday.Aekōrāin likao in raan kein ej jab einwōt likao in raan ko jeṃaanḷọk.aekōrā
54.The way young men today fasten the canoe sails to the booms is not the same as the style of fastening done by young men of yesterday.Aekōrāin likao in raan kein ej jab einwōt likao in raan ko jeṃaanḷọk.aekōrā
55.Now that's a genuine expert in the fastening of the sail to the boom.Lukkuun baj ri-aekōrā.aekōrā
56.The boat got drifted out with the current to the ocean side of the island.Eaeliki ḷọk wa eo ñan likin āneoaelik
57.The squall caused the current to flow out on the surface of the water.Kōto jidik eo ekaaelik ioon dān.aelik
58.The lagoon side of the main island of Mili has lots of surgeonfish.Eaelmeeje arin eooneneen Mile.aelmeej
59.The lagoon side of the main island of Mili has lots of surgeonfish.Eaelmeeje arin eooneneen Mile.aelmeej
60.The lagoon side of the main island of Mili has lots of surgeonfish.Eaelmeeje arin eooneneen Mile.aelmeej
61.The lagoon side of that tract of land is infested with the surgeonfish.Eṃōj aelmeeje arin ṃweeṇaelmeej
62.The lagoon side of that tract of land is infested with the surgeonfish.Eṃōj aelmeeje arin ṃweeṇaelmeej
63.He's planting pandanus of the Aelok variety on that wātoEj ekkat bōb bwe en kaaeloke wāto eṇ.Aelok
64.It's uncooked juice of the Aelok pandanus variety, mixed with crated coconut.Mokwaṇ dadaan Aelok.Aelok
65.The shadow of death.Aelorin mej.aelor
66.Do the canoe builders from Mili do a good job of tying the sail edge to the gaff?Eṃṃan ke aeṃaanin rijekjek waan Mile?aeṃaan
67.Do you know how to fasten the edge of the sail to the gaff of the canoe?Kwōjeḷā ke aeṃaan?aeṃaan
68.Do you know how to fasten the edge of the sail to the gaff of the canoe?Kwōjeḷā ke aeṃaan?aeṃaan
69.This is your fellow fastener of sails to the gaff.Ri-aeṃaane eo ṃōttaṃ eñiiṇ.aeṃaan
70.Let's (the two of us) wait for evening (until it cools off) to go.Kōjro kōttar an aemedḷọk im etal.aemedḷọk
71.The shimmering of the water on the lagoon surface means that it's windy.Aemuujin ioon dān ej kallikkar bwe ekkōtoto.aemuuji
72.The surface of the water is foamier than the other day.Eaemuujiḷọk rainiin jān raan eo ḷọkaemuuji
73.The northward flowing current is greatest on the ocean side of Ḷōñar in Arṇo.Aeniñeañḷọk tata likin Ḷōñar ilo Arṇo.aeniñeañḷọk
74.The northward current is stronger in the northern section than in the southern section of the islands.Eaeniñeañḷọk ḷọk āñin meto jān rakin meto.aeniñeañḷọk
75.It's the clamor of a crowd.Aeñwāñwāin jarlepeju.aeñwāñwā
76.Take care of his pain in the kidney area.Kaaeoiki ḷọk ḷeeṇ jān metakin.aeo
77.Kindly check out the lower sides of my back.Kwōn ṃōk kaaeoik .aeo
78.A creator of confusion is himself confused.Ri-kaaepokpok ej naaj pok wōt.aepokpok
79.The oppression of heart will happen.Aerin bōro enaaj waḷọk.aer
80.All of these men were from Likiep, and they were so good at sailing that they could do it in their sleep. P31Ḷōṃarein aolep ri-Likiep im rej mājur ḷọk wōt ilo men in jejerakrōk, joñan aerjel jelā.aer
81.When I got back up to the deck I heard the Captain planning out steering duties for the three of them for the night. P536Ke ij tōprak ḷọk ioon teek iroñ an Kapen eo kōppeḷaak ikijjien awaan jebwebwe ko aerjeel Jema im Bojin.aer
82.The shouldering of a careful person.Aerāān tiljek.aerā
83.The trees are yellow from the fire that went out of control.Aerarin an kar kōḷọk.aerar
84.I feel the blood pressure moving up in this area of my arm.Eaerin bōtōktōk tok ijo tok ipeū.aerin bōtōktōk
85.It's the responsibility of the four of them.Aerjeañ jerbal.aerjeañ
86.It's the responsibility of the four of them.Aerjeañ jerbal.aerjeañ
87.It's the decision of the four of them.Aerjeañ pepe.aerjeañ
88.It's the decision of the four of them.Aerjeañ pepe.aerjeañ
89.I gave the four of them their machetes.Iaar liḷọk jāje ko aerjeañ.aerjeañ
90.But then, was it their business the three of themBwe aerjeel ke jerbal?aerjeel
91.It's obvious that the three of them are industrious.Ealikkar aerjeel niknik.aerjeel
92.Their wish (the wish of the three of them) came true.Kōṇaan eo aerjeel etōprak.aerjeel
93.Their wish (the wish of the three of them) came true.Kōṇaan eo aerjeel etōprak.aerjeel
94.It's up to the four of themAerjemān pepe.aermān
95.Preserve the Marshallese custom of taking care of your relatives by practicing it.Kōjparok ṃantin Ṃajeḷ im jeḷā aerṃwe.aerṃwe
96.Preserve the Marshallese custom of taking care of your relatives by practicing it.Kōjparok ṃantin Ṃajeḷ im jeḷā aerṃwe.aerṃwe
97.The evening flow of the southward current.Aerōkeañḷọkin jota.aerōkeañḷọk
98.The northward flow of the current was the strongest the day the ship went aground.Ear aerōkeañḷọk tata raan eo tiṃa eo ekar eọtōk.aerōkeañḷọk
99.Their (two) mutual love of one another inspired me to do likewise.Aerro iọkwe doon ekōṃṃan waanjoñak eṃṃan ñan ñaaerro
100.Did you give both of them a chance to talk?Kwōleḷọk ke aerro iien kōnono?aerro
101.The current on the ocean side of Naṃdik Island is hazardous.Aetin likin Naṃdik ekauwōtata.aet
102.The current flows west on the lee side of the atollEaeto rilikin aelōñ in.aeto
103.This part of the ocean feels a bit spooky,” Father said at the same time the incident occurred. P1036Āinwōt meto jab in ebaj aeto,” Jema ekar ba ejja ilo minit eo wōt ekar waḷọk men in.aeto
104.All residents of the small islets have returned home.Aolep ri-aetọ im rọọl ñan jikier.aetọ
105.I thought you were on one of the small islands.” P72Ña ij ba kwopād i aetọ.aetọ
106.A lot of them were almost all up and down the length of our boat. P999Elōñ iaer reitan aetokaer wōt wa eo waammān.aetok
107.A lot of them were almost all up and down the length of our boat. P999Elōñ iaer reitan aetokaer wōt wa eo waammān.aetok
108.This year's crop of arrowroot stalks is more abundant than last year's.Eaetōktōke ḷọk iiō in jān iiō eo ḷọkaetōktōk
109.They're looking for arrowroot stalks in the interior of the island.Erraṇ rej kaaetōktōk eọọj.aetōktōk
110.The two of us are the fetchers of arrowroot stalks for him.Kōjro ej ri-kaetōktōk ñaneaetōktōk
111.The two of us are the fetchers of arrowroot stalks for him.Kōjro ej ri-kaetōktōk ñaneaetōktōk
112.The current flowing into the lagoon is strongest at the mouth of the channel.Eaewaar tata mejān to eṇ.aewaar
113.They're a marvel in the eyes of the iroojRōaiboojoj iṃaan mejān irooj eṇ.aiboojoj
114.Decorate the interior of his room for him.Kwōn kaiboojoje ḷọk ruuṃ eṇ an ñaneaiboojoj
115.These are things like soap, coins, articles of clothing, and other such things. S14Men kein rej joob, jāān, ṃōttan nuknuk, im men ko āierḷọkwōtāierḷọk wōt
116.Who among the four of us will be going to get ice Wōn eo enaaj ri-kaaij iaadeañ?aij
117.Let's the two of us go get ice.Kōjro etal in kaaej.aij
118.Why does this piece of cake have more ice cream on top of it than that one over there?Taunin an aijkudiimi ḷọk keek iiō jān keek iieṇ?aij kudiiṃ
119.Why does this piece of cake have more ice cream on top of it than that one over there?Taunin an aijkudiimi ḷọk keek iiō jān keek iieṇ?aij kudiiṃ
120.The island has lots of aijo plant on it.Eaijoe meḷan āninaijo
121.The ocean side of Jemọ island is littered the most with driftwood.Eaiki tata likin Jemọ.aik
122.The towing of a tugboat is powerful.Aikin takbout ekajoor.aik
123.Is there anyone from the north side of the island here?Ewōr ke ri-aikne ijin?aikne
124.I'm living on the north side of the island.Ij jokwe i aiknein āninaikne
125.There's plenty of aikūtōkōd fish at the lagoon side of the island.Eaikūtōkōde arin āninaikūtōkōd
126.There's plenty of aikūtōkōd fish at the lagoon side of the island.Eaikūtōkōde arin āninaikūtōkōd
127.The association of the broken-hearted is easy to detect.Aililōkin ḷaro eban peljo.aililōk
128.The thickness of the boat's bow slows it down.Ailipin bōran wa ṇe ekōbate.aiḷip
129.The girl just sat there sobbing because of her great sorrow.Ledik eo ear ailṃō wōt ijo ej jijet ie kōn an ḷap an būroṃōj. Ledik eo ear ailṃō wōt ijo ej jijet ie kōn an ḷap an būroṃōj. ailṃō
130.Bikini, the land of noisy people.Pikinni ailuwannañnañ.ailuwannañnañ
131.He has the voice of a woman.Eainikien kōrā.ainikie-
132.The sound of your voice lulls my soul to sleep. (words from a love song).Ainikiōṃ ekakiiki .ainikie-
133.The voice of conscience of the Holy Spirit helped him.Ainikien bōklōkōtin Jetōb Kwōjarjar ejipañe jān jorrāān.ainikien bōklōkōt
134.The voice of conscience of the Holy Spirit helped him.Ainikien bōklōkōtin Jetōb Kwōjarjar ejipañe jān jorrāān.ainikien bōklōkōt
135.Follow the dictates of your conscience.Roñjake ainikien aṃ bōklōkōt.ainikien bōklōkōt
136.These are things like soap, coins, articles of clothing, and other such things. S14Men kein rej joob, jāān, ṃōttan nuknuk, im men ko āierḷọk wōt.āinḷọk wōt
137.His being an offspring of a Japanese father gives him a light complexion.An nejin ri-Jepaan ekaaiṇokkoiki.aiṇokko
138.Get going with boiling the pandanus so I can start pressing the juice out of the pandanus keys.Aintiin ḷọk bwe in kilọk.aintiin
139.There's a lot of fighting at the club.Eḷap airuwaro ilo kuḷab eṇ.airuwaro
140.Your height is such that I can't see the top of your head.Baj aitokūṃ ke iban lo ioon bōraṃ.aitok
141.They're making the thatch in the interior of the island.Erraṇ rej kaaj eọọj.aj
142.A bunch of bananasĀjin keeprañ.āj
143.There are more hard rocks on the ocean side of the island than before.Eajaje ḷọk likin ānin jān ṃoktaajaj
144.They were so vicious that they came right up along the side of the boat. P1000Joñan aer ājāj, rej wātok im atartar ippān wa eo.ājāj
145.Rounding up of animals by an older person is reliable.Ajālin rūtto etiljek.ajāl
146.He'll find out the result of disobedienceEnāj lo ajāllikin jab pokake.ajāllik
147.The atoll has lots of habitats for birds and fish.Eajañe aelōñ in.ajañ
148.When we reached the ocean side of the reef stretching eastward, a tuna so big it would require two men to carry it leapt at the lure and was firmly hooked. P1302Ke kōmmān kar tōpar likin tōkā eo tak ḷọk, ekā tak juon ajbōkruo im pen.ajbōkruo
149.The taste of today's ajbwirōk pandanus is not as good as in the day of Ḷañinni (Ḷañinni was the first prehistoric chief that can be traced back from whom descendants of the present day Kabua chiefly lineage originated.)Ajbwirōkin raan kein ejjab einwōt raan ko an ḶañinniAjbwirōk
150.The taste of today's ajbwirōk pandanus is not as good as in the day of Ḷañinni (Ḷañinni was the first prehistoric chief that can be traced back from whom descendants of the present day Kabua chiefly lineage originated.)Ajbwirōkin raan kein ejjab einwōt raan ko an ḶañinniAjbwirōk
151.The taste of today's ajbwirōk pandanus is not as good as in the day of Ḷañinni (Ḷañinni was the first prehistoric chief that can be traced back from whom descendants of the present day Kabua chiefly lineage originated.)Ajbwirōkin raan kein ejjab einwōt raan ko an ḶañinniAjbwirōk
152.One of the functions of a priest is to offer the sacrifice of the Mass.Juon iaan jerbal ko an baata ej ri-aje katok in missa.aje
153.One of the functions of a priest is to offer the sacrifice of the Mass.Juon iaan jerbal ko an baata ej ri-aje katok in missa.aje
154.One of the functions of a priest is to offer the sacrifice of the Mass.Juon iaan jerbal ko an baata ej ri-aje katok in missa.aje
155.Your sharing is like that of a stingy person.Ajejiṃ einwōt ajejin kabwebwe.ajej
156.The sharing of a kind-hearted person.Ajejin jouj.ajej
157.The cheating of evil men is not hard to see.Ej jab aelọk ajej in kabwebwein ri-nana.ajej in kabwebwe
158.He's bound to be a reclaimer of gifts as a member of the Jowa clan.Eban jab ajejin Jowa bwe jowi eo an eṇ.ajejin Jowa
159.He's bound to be a reclaimer of gifts as a member of the Jowa clan.Eban jab ajejin Jowa bwe jowi eo an eṇ.ajejin Jowa
160.After the atom bomb was detonated in the Bikini lagoon, there followed a deluge of dead fish washed up on the shores of the islands.Ālikin an atomiik baaṃ eo debokḷok ilo ṃaḷoin Pikinni, eḷak ajeḷḷā ḷọk ek iparijet.ajeḷḷā
161.After the atom bomb was detonated in the Bikini lagoon, there followed a deluge of dead fish washed up on the shores of the islands.Ālikin an atomiik baaṃ eo debokḷok ilo ṃaḷoin Pikinni, eḷak ajeḷḷā ḷọk ek iparijet.ajeḷḷā
162.The poison killed and scattered piles of corpses all over the village.Baijin eo ekaajeḷḷāiki bukwōn eo.ajeḷḷā
163.This house is full of holesEjjeḷọk ajerwawa in ṃwiinajerwawa
164.Please put scrapings of sweet smelling drift nut on his flower wreath.Ajete tok ṃōk wūt e wūtin.ajet
165.The acid that's used in batteries is dangerous therefore keep it out of reach of the children.Ekauwōtata ajetin pāātōre innem kōjparoke jān ajiri ro.ajet
166.The acid that's used in batteries is dangerous therefore keep it out of reach of the children.Ekauwōtata ajetin pāātōre innem kōjparoke jān ajiri ro.ajet
167.When a school of bonitos enter the lagoon in Ebon and can't find it way out it means the entire school is in the basket.Ajilowōdin ikōn arin Epoon meḷeḷein bwe emejlep.ajilowōd
168.The school of bonitoes that came into the lagoon last year had more fish than this year.Eaijlowōdḷọk iiō eo ḷọk jān iiō in.ajilowōd
169.Their traditional chief's death frightened the people of the island.Emej irooj eo an ri-āneo innem wāween in ekaajineañroik er.ajineañro
170.The people there were a bunch of cowardsRi-ajineañro wōt meṇ ro ijo. ajineañro
171.He was weighted down with a sack of copra.Eajjibanban kōn pāāk in waini eo.ajjibanban
172.The weight of the duffle bag was a burden on him.Eddo eo an pāāk in nuknuk eo ekaajjibanbane.ajjibanban
173.Where are you lugging that case of beer to?Kwōj ajjibanbaneḷọk keejin pia ṇe ñan ia?ajjibanban
174.Take a bath to get rid of your offensive body odor.Kwōn tutu bwe en jako aṃ ajjiḷapḷap.ajjiḷapḷap
175.The strong smell of his armpits gives him a disagreeable odor.An medwañ ekaajjiḷapḷape.ajjiḷapḷap
176.You sound as if you're not sure of what you're saying.Einwōt iḷak lale kwōj ajjimālele.ajjimālele
177.It's not good to talk of something we are not sure about if we do not have self confidence.Enana kaajjimālele ñe jej jab lōke kōj.ajjimālele
178.He's not sure of himself from the way he talks.Ri-kaajjimālele bwe ejjeḷọk lōke ilo an kōnono.ajjimālele
179.It's louder than the whisper of a child.Eḷḷaaj jān ajjinonin ajiri.ajjinono
180.Your chewed the best part of the pandanus and gave him the butt (the ṃak).Kwowōde ajjipekin bōb eo im ḷak leḷọk ṃak eo.ajjipek
181.When I try to, it's hard to stand on the tip of my toes.Iḷak itōn kajjioñ epen ajjuknene.ajjuknene
182.This particular dish is of lower quality than yesterday's dish.Eajliptaakḷọk iiōk in jān iiōk eo inne.ajliptaak
183.He's taking advantage of the situation and getting as much (info) for us as he can.Ej ājḷor tok ñan kōjro ke ej jab eṃṃan iien ñane. ājḷor
184.There is usually no one living on either end of an island.Ajokḷāin juon āne ekkā wōt an ejjeḷọk armej ej jokwe ie.ajokḷā
185.It's a heap of stones from the time of the famous legendary trickster ḶetaoAjokḷāin iien ko an Ḷetaoajokḷā
186.It's a heap of stones from the time of the famous legendary trickster ḶetaoAjokḷāin iien ko an Ḷetaoajokḷā
187.The mound of stones on the northern end of the island is bigger.Eajokḷāḷọk jabōn ānin tuiōñ.ajokḷā
188.The mound of stones on the northern end of the island is bigger.Eajokḷāḷọk jabōn ānin tuiōñ.ajokḷā
189.The heaps of stones are more prominent than before.Eajokḷāḷọk jān ṃoktaajokḷā
190.The wind from the west caused the heap of stones that's at the western end of the island.Kūtak eo ekaajokḷāiki likin jittoeṇ.ajokḷā
191.The wind from the west caused the heap of stones that's at the western end of the island.Kūtak eo ekaajokḷāiki likin jittoeṇ.ajokḷā
192.I saw him throw-netting at the northern end of the island.Iar lo an kadkad ajokḷā iōñ.ajokḷā
193.There is a season for picking the fruits of the Ajoḷ pandanusEwōr iien kaajoḷ.Ajoḷ
194.It's the gnawing of a human because there's still some left on it.Ajoḷjoḷin armej bwe ej wōr wōt bween.ajoḷjoḷ
195.It's a huge fish that's been around since the days of the legendary Lōktañūr (who invented the sail).Ajorṃaanin iien ko an Lōtañūr.ajorṃaan
196.The school of fish had exceptionally big fish in it.Eajorṃaane unaak eo.ajorṃaan
197.Marshallese traditional style of repairing leaky thatch roofs.Ajuiaakin aelōñ kein.ajuiaak
198.His fear of ghosts makes him whistle continuouslyAn abwinmake ej kaajjoweweiki.ajwewe
199.Jones's whistling while working is one of a kind.Ajwewein Joun ñe ej jerbal eban peljo.ajwewe
200.The island of Bikar is teeming with frigate birds this time of the year.Eake Pikaar ilo allōñ kein.ak
201.The island of Bikar is teeming with frigate birds this time of the year.Eake Pikaar ilo allōñ kein.ak
202.Newly built canoes littered the lagoon beach of the island..Eakadiki eoon kappein arin āneoakadik
203.One day I'll build a new house out of my current one.Inaaj akadik ṃwe iṃō juon raan.akadik
204.On the lagoon shore of what land tract did you catch that akajin fish?Akajinin arin ṃōta ṇeakajin
205.The lagoon side of Piñlep Island has more akajin fish than the lagoon side of Bōtto Island, however, most of the akajin fish can be found on the ocean side of Mejatto Island.Eakajiniḷok arin Piñlep jān arin Bōtto, ijoke eakajintata likin Mejatto.akajin
206.The lagoon side of Piñlep Island has more akajin fish than the lagoon side of Bōtto Island, however, most of the akajin fish can be found on the ocean side of Mejatto Island.Eakajiniḷok arin Piñlep jān arin Bōtto, ijoke eakajintata likin Mejatto.akajin
207.The lagoon side of Piñlep Island has more akajin fish than the lagoon side of Bōtto Island, however, most of the akajin fish can be found on the ocean side of Mejatto Island.Eakajiniḷok arin Piñlep jān arin Bōtto, ijoke eakajintata likin Mejatto.akajin
208.The lagoon side of Piñlep Island has more akajin fish than the lagoon side of Bōtto Island, however, most of the akajin fish can be found on the ocean side of Mejatto Island.Eakajiniḷok arin Piñlep jān arin Bōtto, ijoke eakajintata likin Mejatto.akajin
209.They were fishing for akajin toward the eastern end of the island.Erro rej kaakajinḷọk ñan jittak-eṇ.akajin
210.Let's go bring some akajin fish to put in the basket of food tribute.Kōjro etal in kaakajintok ad kakkilala.akajin
211.Where are you going with the uncomfortable feeling of having a stomach overstuffed with food?Kwōj akekeḷọk kōn lọjiōṃ ñan ia?akeke
212.Eating bread in the morning gives me that uncomfortable feeling of a stomach overstuffed with food.Ṃōñā pilawā in jibboñ ekaakekeik lọjiō.akeke
213.The change of climate has speeded up the harvest season for the first pandanus fruits for this estate.Oktakin mejatoto ekakeọik ṃōkaj wōtin in bōb eo iṃwiin.akeọ
214.The person in charge of the oxygen was gone and the doctor didn't know what to do.Ejako ri-akjijen eo innām taktō eo eñak en et.akjijen
215.Take care of those who have accounts here first before they leave and don't pay their bills.Kwōn eọroñ ri-akkaun raṇe ṃokta bwe renaaj jujen rọọl im jab kōḷḷā.akkaun
216.Trim those sharp fingernails of yoursJepi akki kōkañkōñ (ekkañkōñ) kaṇe ipeiṃ.akki
217.He's hateful of people just as his wife is.Akōjdatin wōt lieṇ ippān.akkōjdat
218.She's never hateful of othersEñak akōjdate ro jet.akkōjdat
219.The young men of this atoll are more preemptive.Eakḷañḷọk likao in aelōñin.akḷañ
220.Better hurry because there are a few men who rush ahead of everyone else to fish for the goatfish in the morning.Kwōn kaiur bwe elōñ ri-akḷañe jo eṇ in jibboñ.akḷañ
221.Guys, the crimson and red that we see in the colors of that boat are really great.Aḷe, elukkuun eṃṃan an kilmir im akōñkōñtok ad lale unoon wa eṇ.akōñkōñ
222.There are lots of mullet on the ocean side of this island.Eakōre likin āninakōr
223.There are lots of mullet on the ocean side of this island.Eakōre likin āninakōr
224.The group of people to visit us are getting ready to move.Ri-aktal ro raṇ rej pojak wōt in eṃṃakūt.aktal
225.The insistence of one who can't stop and think.Akweḷapin jaje kōḷmenḷọkjeṇ.akweḷap
226.The akwōlā fish of Likiep are the best of them all.Euwi wōt akwōlāān Likiep jān aolep aelōñ.akwōlā
227.The akwōlā fish of Likiep are the best of them all.Euwi wōt akwōlāān Likiep jān aolep aelōñ.akwōlā
228.It is obviously a kingfish caught at the ocean side of Jebat Island.Alikkar ke alin likin Jebat.al
229.Did you notice the phosphorescence on the ocean side of the outer reef last night?Kwaar lo ke aḷak eo ilikin baal boñ?aḷak
230.It's the scarcest of allEaḷakiiatata.aḷakiia
231.A type of food that's not easy to find.Juon ṃōñā eo eaḷakiia.aḷakiia
232.Is the white parrotfish plentiful on the ocean side of the island?Eaḷakiie ke ek mouj ilikin āninaḷakiie
233.He did not do a good job of caring for the land and so the irooj was angry with him.Ear jab ṃōṃan (eṃṃan) an alal ilo bwidej eo innem irooj eo ear lilu (illu) (ippān).alal
234.There's timber strewn all over the island as a result of the big storm.Eaḷaḷe meḷan ānin jān kōto ḷapḷap eo.aḷaḷ
235.Don't just take the meaty part of the giant clam but also the crystalline style as well.Kwōn jab bōk wōt aḷaḷ ṇe ak bar lām ṇe ilo kapwōr ṇeaḷaḷ
236.After he prepares the meaty part of the giant clam and lets you eat it, it is so delicious it's out of this world.Ñe ej iiōke aḷaḷ in kapoor eṇ im lewaj, kwōmeḷọkḷọk nukuṃ.aḷaḷ
237.After he prepares the meaty part of the giant clam and lets you eat it, it is so delicious it's out of this world.Ñe ej iiōke aḷaḷ in kapoor eṇ im lewaj, kwōmeḷọkḷọk nukuṃ.aḷaḷ
238.He's the head of the lineage I belong to.Aḷap eo eṇ.aḷap
239.The tree sported lots of budsEalboke raan wōjke eo.albok
240.Are there lots of fish in that circle?Elōñ ke kobban aḷe eṇ?aḷe
241.They surrounding the school of rabbitfish beside the stony shoal so they could easily scoop it up with a net.Rej aḷeek ṃọle ṇa idipin ṇa eṇ bwe en eṃṃan jabuki.aḷe
242.The men using the surround method of fishing have already fished there.Ri-aḷe ro raar eọñō ijeṇe.aḷe
243.Every time she wears her hair loose on her back I nearly go out of my mind.Eḷak aleak eitōn tūṃ ḷōmṇakaleak
244.The aim of a sharpshooter.Alejin jerọ.alej
245.Your son does a better job of watching the birds to locate their roost than you.Alekọin ḷeeṇ nejiṃ etiljekḷọk jān kwe.alekọ
246.What kind of fish are they using the coconut leaf scarer to catch now?Rej aḷeḷe ek rot kiiō?aḷeḷe
247.This city has rows and rows of housesEalenlen iṃōn jikin kwelọk in.alen
248.We won’t see those kinds of things up ahead,” he continued to insist. P928Jeban ellolo kain ṇe i ṃaan,” Kapen eo eakweḷap im ālijinmenālijinmen
249.I already bailed all the water out of the Likabwiro,” I said. P352Eṃōj ālimi Likabwiro,” iba.ālim
250.The songs for reminiscing sung by old Marshall Islander men of long ago were symbolic.Alin ṃurin ḷōḷḷap ro etto ewōr meḷeḷe ie.alin ṃur
251.It's relaxing to listen to soft music as the sun goes down at the end of the day.Eṃṃan roñjake alin ṃur ilo jota dikdikḷọk.alin ṃur
252.This is the good singer of songs to reminisce by.Ri-alin ṃur eo eṃṃan an al in.alin ṃur
253.The raincoats used by the military are of stronger materials.Epen wōt aḷkootin rūttariṇae.aḷkoot
254.The parachutists flabbergasted the crowd of spectators.Ri-rōkka ro rōkaaḷḷañe jarlepju eo.aḷḷañ
255.They hanged the thief from the top of the tree.Raar kaalijāljāle ri-kọọt eo jān raan wōjke eo.allijāljāl
256.The children and playing and dangling on the leaves of the coconut tree.Ajri ro raṇ rej ikkure im allitoto ilo kimejān ni eṇ.allitoto
257.Don't dangle on the branch of the breadfruit tree because you'll break it.Kwōn jab allitoto iraan ṇe bwe enaaj bwilọk.allitoto
258.The monkey was dangling on the branches of the tree.Ṃañke eo ej allitoto iraan wōjke eo.allitoto
259.The chanting of elder folks of not so long ago was quite spectacular.Allōkin rūtto ro jeṃaanḷọk ekōppaḷpaḷ.allōk
260.The chanting of elder folks of not so long ago was quite spectacular.Allōkin rūtto ro jeṃaanḷọk ekōppaḷpaḷ.allōk
261.Lots of things will take place next month.Elōñ men enaaj waḷọk allōñ in laḷ.allōñ in laḷ
262.The aḷḷorkaṇ pandanus from the interior of this tract is usually very good.Ekkā wōt an ennọ aḷḷorkanin likin ṃwiinAḷḷorkaṇ
263.Is there any of the aḷḷorkaṇ pandanus variety on this island?Ewōr ke aḷḷorkaṇ iānin?Aḷḷorkaṇ
264.Don't just look at him or he'll think you approve of what he's doing.Enta kwōj alluwaḷọke ke enaaj ḷōmṇak eṃṃan men eṇ ej kōṃṃane.alluwaḷọk
265.Come let's all join in and eat out of this bowl.Kwōn itok jen almaroñ im ṃōñā ilo peejin.almaroñ
266.Your cooperation enabled us to complete the great project of ours.Almaroñūmi ear kōṃṃan bwe en tōprak jerbal ḷapḷap eo adwōj.almaroñ
267.Beware of breaking the taboos or our medicines will bring on adverse effects.Lale aṃ aḷok bwe enāj rọọl utōn wūno kaṇe arro.aḷok
268.Don't look at him or he'll think we approve of what he's doing.Kwōn jab aluje bwe enaaj ḷōmṇak eṃṃan men eṇ ej kōṃṃane.aluje
269.I'm fond of watching historical pictures.Eitoklimoū alwōje pijain etto.alwōj
270.Parrotfish from the ocean side of Kāmeej-eṇ (Mājro tract).Alworin likin Kāmeej-eṇ.alwor
271.So the three of us started to pray the rosary. P1179Innem kōmjel kar jino amjel rojōri im jar.am
272.After we the two of us were done talking, we went up to where the Captain and Boatswain were. P830Ālikin aṃro kōnono ijo, kōṃro Jema wanlọñ ḷọk ñan ijo Kapen eo im Bojin eo rej pād ie.am
273.Is that your pair of pantsAṃ ke jedọujij ṇeaṃ
274.Let's take advantage of his youth and put him to work for us.Jej ja amāne ke ej ja kajoor in maroñ jerbal ñan kōj.amān
275.Salt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.amān
276.Would you like to be assigned the task of pounding things on the anvil?Kwokōṇaan ke ri-aṃbōḷ?aṃbōḷ
277.They have a fancy way of using their umbrellas.Ekōl aṃbwidilāier.aṃbwidilā
278.He kind of made it sound American-ish.Ej jadin kaamedkaiki jidik.Amedka
279.He followed the cause of the sorry consequences.Ear ḷoorḷọk ri-kaamentaklaḷ eo.amentaklaḷ
280.The U.S. Army has a lot of men.Elōñ uwaan ami eo an Amedka.ami
281.Do you all have a lot of scrap?” the chief asked. P243Iba eḷap jọkpej eṇ amieañ?” irooj eo ekajjitōk.ami
282.Is it any business of yours (four persons)?Amiiañ ke pepe?amiiañ
283.I'm giving it to the four of youIj lewaj bwe en amiiañ.amiiañ
284.I saw the three of you bow you heads and cry.Ij lo amijeel jillọk im jañ.amijeel
285.Have the three of you eaten?Eṃōj ke amijel ṃōñāamijel
286.It's up to the four of you.Amimān pepe.amimān
287.How nice that the four of you can just take it easy and cruise around.Eṃṃan wōt amimān jaṃṃbo bajjek.amimān
288.Do the four of you have some time?Ewōr ke amimān iien?amimān
289.I didn't notice the four of you arriving.Ijab lo amimān tōkeaktok.amimān
290.They bring chickens, pork, breadfruit, and all kinds of food and handicraft. S4Rej bōk waj bao im piik im im aolep kain ṃōñā, kab amiṃōṇo.amiṃōṇo
291.How much does that handicraft of yours cost?Jete oṇāān amiṃōṇo ṇe aṃ?amiṃōṇo
292.That old man has lots of land.Aḷap eṇ eamḷap.amḷap
293.He's got lots of land because he's the head of his lineage.Eamḷap kōnke ej ṃaan bwij.amḷap
294.He's got lots of land because he's the head of his lineage.Eamḷap kōnke ej ṃaan bwij.amḷap
295.That old man has lots of landEḷap an aḷap eṇ amḷap.amḷap
296.What made him the owner of so much land?Ta eo ekar kaamḷape?amḷap
297.He has a lot of land as a result of his grandfather's bravery in battles.Eamṇak kōn an kar peran jiṃṃaan ilo pata.amṇak
298.He has a lot of land as a result of his grandfather's bravery in battles.Eamṇak kōn an kar peran jiṃṃaan ilo pata.amṇak
299.You're luckier than I am in terms of owning much more land.Eḷap aṃ amṇakḷọk jān ñaamṇak
300.Hurry because you can still make it in time to have some of it.Kaiur bwe kwōj maroñ wōt aṃwij jidik.aṃwij jidik
301.Did you get at least a taste of itKwōaṃwij ke jidik?aṃwij jidik
302.Go and get a taste of it for us.Etal im aṃwijtok jidik ñan kōjro.aṃwij jidik
303.Did you get a chance to taste any of it to tell us about?Kwaṃwijtok ke jidik ñan kōjro?aṃwijjidik
304.Didn’t the two of you notice from the way the wind was blowing that we were on the lee side of the island, but now as the wind blows, it’s clear we’re at a distance from the island? P922Koṃro kar kile ke an añināne raan eo ak kiiō eñin eḷak detak ekalikkar ad ettoḷọk jān āne
305.Didn’t the two of you notice from the way the wind was blowing that we were on the lee side of the island, but now as the wind blows, it’s clear we’re at a distance from the island? P922Koṃro kar kile ke an añināne raan eo ak kiiō eñin eḷak detak ekalikkar ad ettoḷọk jān āne
306.The members of the lineages have been feuding for quite some time.Eto an bwij kaṇ an armeje doon.an armeje doon
307.The period of añak starts tomorrow.Iien añak ilju.añak
308.You're not doing a good job of chumming because I'm not getting any bites.Ewi wāween aṃ anan ke ej jab ṃōñā!anan
309.The favor currying of a fake.Anbọroin ankili riab.anbōro
310.Anbūri pandanus from the ocean side of Elbert's house.Anbūriin likin ṃweeṇ iṃōn Eḷpāār.Anbūri
311.There's a pot full of cooked Anbūri pandanus and help yourself if want to.Lale ainbatin anbūri ṇe im wōdwōd ñe kwokōṇaan.Anbūri
312.This is the anbwe at the lagoon side of Lọto Islet.Anbwein arin Lọto men in.anbwe
313.Change the course of this boat or it'll go aground on the anbweKwōn kōjere wa in bwe enaaj itaak ilo anbwe ṇeanbwe
314.Those two were still talking and as I raised my head and looked toward the island I caught a glimpse of Father on the shore side of the wharf. P84Erro ej kōnono wōt ak iḷak bōk bōra im rōre āne ḷọk ilo animrokan Jema iturun ṃweo iānein wab eo.āne
315.Those two were still talking and as I raised my head and looked toward the island I caught a glimpse of Father on the shore side of the wharf. P84Erro ej kōnono wōt ak iḷak bōk bōra im rōre āne ḷọk ilo animrokan Jema iturun ṃweo iānein wab eo.āne
316.When I was done, I pulled myself to where the engine was, picked up the bucket, and started to bail out the rest of the water. P605Ej ṃōjin ak ibar tōbtōb ṃaan ḷọk im ḷak ijo ippān injin eo, ijibwe tok bakōj eo im jino ānene ḷọk dān eo ṇa ie.ānen
317.I didn’t say anything else, but went below again and started bailing water, because there was a lot of it. P987Ikar jab bar kōnono ak ibar to laḷ ḷọk im ālimi dān eo bwe eḷapḷọk.ānen
318.I am going to start bailing water because there is a lot of it in the boat,” I said. P596Ij ja itōn ānen bwe eḷap dān e i lowa,” iba.ānen
319.Are you cured of your epilepsy?Ej et anennetao eo aṃ?anennetao
320.It's obviously a leaf of the Anidep pandanus.Ealikkar ke bwilkōn Anidep.Anidep
321.The kickball techniques of the men from Naṃo is spectacular.Anidepin ri-Naṃo ekōppaḷpaḷ.anidep
322.That recipe uses lots of onions.Eaniene iiōk ṇeanien
323.God of love and grace.Anij in iọkwe im jouj.Anij
324.The Lord of Hosts as described in the Bible.Anij in Inelep eo einwōt an kōmlōt ilo Baibōḷ.Anij in Inelep
325.The spirit of the Lord of Hosts is upon us all in great abundance.Ebuñleplep jitbōn Anij in Inelep ioodwōj.Anij in Inelep
326.The spirit of the Lord of Hosts is upon us all in great abundance.Ebuñleplep jitbōn Anij in Inelep ioodwōj.Anij in Inelep
327.He committed blasphemy by cursing the name of Almighty God.Ear kōtrai im kōnājneje etan Anij ḶapḷapAnij Ḷapḷap
328.They say the people of these islands used to offer sacrifice to idols.Rej ba ri-aelōñ kein rejọ kōn katok ñan anij raṇ.anij raṇ
329.I don’t know when he saw a glimpse of us on the road, and why he knew we were trying to reach the house. P227Iñak ñāāt wōt eo ekar lo animrokaṃro ilowaan iaḷ eo, kab etke ejeḷā ke kōṃro ej jibadek ḷọk ṃweoanimroka-
330.I had a glance of you in the crowd yesterday.Iar lo animrokaṃ ibuḷon jarlepju eo inne. animroka-
331.He caught sight of me and took off.Elo animroka im ko. animroka-
332.I just caught a glimpse of him running away.Animroon wōt eo ij lo an ettōrḷọk.animroka-
333.I had only a glimpse of John before I lost sight of him for good.Animrokan Jọọn wōt eo ak ijab bar loe.animroka-
334.I had only a glimpse of John before I lost sight of him for good.Animrokan Jọọn wōt eo ak ijab bar loe.animroka-
335.Didn’t the two of you notice from the way the wind was blowing that we were on the lee side of the island, but now as the wind blows, it’s clear we’re at a distance from the island? P922Koṃro kar kile ke an añināne raan eo ak kiiō eñin eḷak detak ekalikkar ad ettoḷọk jān āneañinene
336.Didn’t the two of you notice from the way the wind was blowing that we were on the lee side of the island, but now as the wind blows, it’s clear we’re at a distance from the island? P922Koṃro kar kile ke an añināne raan eo ak kiiō eñin eḷak detak ekalikkar ad ettoḷọk jān āneañinene
337.The porch of the chief's house was reinforced before the typhoon.Eaunwōḷāiki etōñaakin ṃweo iṃōn irooj eo ṃokta jān an taibuun.añinwoḷā
338.Draw me a picture of your boat.Annañe tok ṃōk ḷōmān wa eo waaṃ.annañ
339.This is a special kind of knot you'll never learn.Juon e kain annor kwoban jeḷā.annor
340.Those fellows are following the trail of a turtle.Ḷōṃaro rej anōkḷọk jinok eo jinokwan wōn eo.anōk
341.The dial of my watch is broken.Ejorrāān anōḷin waj e .anōḷ
342.We played a game of tag in the moonlight last night.Kōmwōj ar aṃoot ilo meram eo boñ.anoot
343.Let's the four of us go and play tag with them.Itok kōjeañ etal in aṃoot ippāer.anoot
344.What type of tag game is this, that I haven't seen anything like it before.Aṃoot rot in ke ij kab ellolo?anoot
345.This boat is drawing a lot of water (and being impeded thereby).Eḷap an añōt wa in.añōt
346.What are we going to do with the leftovers of the shark?Jenaaj itene anpakolu e?anpakolu
347.At eight o'clock in the evening of our fifty-fifth night, if my mental arithmetic was correct, the Captain was steering and something amazing made an appearance. P1025 P1025Boñon eo kein kalemñoul ḷalem, ñe ejiṃwe aṇtọọne ḷọk, ilo kar ruatimjuon awa jọteen eo ke Kapen eo ej jebwebwe, juon men in bwilōñ ekar waḷọk.aṇtọọn
348.The special power of that chief can make you sick (if you have displeased him).Aon irooj eṇ ekọkkure.ao
349.He passed in front of the other boat. (He fed the other boat a wake.)Ear naajdik wa eo juon aod.aod
350.I got really excited, too, when I looked out and saw a huge group of sharks swimming in a frenzy around the area where our boat was floating. P998Io ña, iḷak baj jeparujruj im rōre lọk ilo tōlien pako rej idepdep ippān doon im aojọjọ ipeḷaakin ijo wa eo ej pepepe ie.aojọjọ
351.The school of rabbit fish is in a frenzy at the reef's edge.Baruun ṃọle eo eṇ ej aojọjọ itōrerein wōd eṇ.aojọjọ
352.A false albacore swam toward us and caused minnows and sardines to leap out of the water around the boat. P114Ettōr tok juon ḷooj im uwōjaki awal im kwarkwar ko itōrerein wa eo.aol
353.Are we done unloading?” Father interjected in an attempt to stop the two of them from arguing. P703Eṃōj jej eakto wōt ke?” Jema ekajjitōk im kajjioñ bōbrae aerro wōnṃaan ḷọk wōt im aoḷ.aoḷ
354.This terrible situation really could have made us all all four of us go crazy. P1023Utaṃwe in ebaj jelōt aolepāmmān wōt jidik.aolep
355.Every two months as of 1965 a field trip ship makes the rounds of all the islands of the Marshalls. S17Ālkin aolep ruo allōñ, waan rawūn eṇ ej raun ñan aolep aelōñin Ṃajeḷaolep
356.Every two months as of 1965 a field trip ship makes the rounds of all the islands of the Marshalls. S17Ālkin aolep ruo allōñ, waan rawūn eṇ ej raun ñan aolep aelōñin Ṃajeḷaolep
357.Every two months as of 1965 a field trip ship makes the rounds of all the islands of the Marshalls. S17Ālkin aolep ruo allōñ, waan rawūn eṇ ej raun ñan aolep aelōñin Ṃajeḷaolep
358.Beware of the Portuguese man-o-war in the lagoon because there are plenty of them at this time.Kōjparok aṃ tutu iaar bwe eaolōke kiiō.aolōk
359.Beware of the Portuguese man-o-war in the lagoon because there are plenty of them at this time.Kōjparok aṃ tutu iaar bwe eaolōke kiiō.aolōk
360.The coolness of the evening was upon us as was our dilemma. P1022Ejino aemedḷọk ak ebarāinwōt wōr ṃōttan kain ṇe aproro.apaproro
361.Start getting your work out of the way little by little.Kwōn jino im kaapdikdik aṃ jerbal.apdik
362.After he jumped down, Father took some of the stuff from me. P137Eḷak baj to laḷ ḷọk Jema eapdik men ko ippa.apdik
363.Many are part Japanese, German, Chinese, Portuguese, and also from other countries of origin. S3Elōñ apkaaj in Nippoñ, Jāmne, Jeina, Bodeke, im bar elōñ laḷ.apkaaj
364.The engine was making us go so fast that there were bubbles coming up along the side of the boat and mist splashing up in front. P493Joñan eo ekar tōtor eake ebwe an ṃōkaj bwe eṃōrṃore tōrerein im jakurbaatat bōran wa eo.ar
365.Pick the splinter out of my hand.Kwōn aruj tenaḷ e peiū.arar
366.This island has lots of people. or This island is inhabited.Earmije āninarmej
367.He is jealous and possessive of his wife.Eḷap an arōk kōrā ḷeeṇarōk kōrā
368.You should not be afraid of getting your hands dirty if you are going to get the job done.Kwōn jab ārre eok bwe en ṃōjḷọk jerbal ṇeārre
369.It was rather high and we could barely see its lights or hear the sound of its engine. P930Ejadin utiej im jidik wōt ammān arromi teeñki ko ie im jidik wōt ammān roñjake ainikien.arrom
370.The fruits of his farm are delicious.Ennọ kobban atake eṇ an.atake
371.Go alongside of that canoe there.Atare ṃōk wa ṇeṇeatar
372.Let's see which of us is better at checkers.Itok kōjro jekab em atar doon.atar
373.The ship is tied up at the end of the pier.Wa eo eṇ eatartar ṃaan wab.atartar
374.They were so vicious that they came right up along the side of the boat. P1000Joñan aer ājāj, rej wātok im atartar ippān wa eo.atartar
375.Before we know it we’ll be along side of it.” P1137Jenaaj bar pād jidik im ḷak ilbōk jaatartar ippān.”atartar
376.Once the dog got a whiff of the robber it started chasing him.Kidu eo ej āt wōt bwiin ri-kọọt eo aj ekōpeḷe.ātāt
377.He has difficluty using his full sense of smelling because of his stuffy nose.Enana an kāātet kōnke eboṇ bọtin.ātāt
378.He has difficluty using his full sense of smelling because of his stuffy nose.Enana an kāātet kōnke eboṇ bọtin.ātāt
379.Your eyes are looking at too many choices which will result in the achievement of noneYour eyes are looking at too many choices which will result in the achievement of none. (Lit. Having too many eyes to take in your choice will cause you to loose your grip and to drift aft between the outrigger and the hull and away from the canoe.Elōñ mejān aṃ ātet innem kwomaroñ in peeto kōtaan apit to!ātet
380.Then make two plates for the Boatswain and me, and maybe you should go get another can of meat because I don’t think this will be enough for all of us.” P377Innem āte tok ruo amro Bojin pileij, kab bōlen eṃṃan ñe kwōbar kwaḷọk tok juon jālele bwe ij ḷōmṇak ejabwe men ṇe.”ātet
381.Then make two plates for the Boatswain and me, and maybe you should go get another can of meat because I don’t think this will be enough for all of us.” P377Innem āte tok ruo amro Bojin pileij, kab bōlen eṃṃan ñe kwōbar kwaḷọk tok juon jālele bwe ij ḷōmṇak ejabwe men ṇe.”ātet
382.Title of female in ātōk rank.Leātōktōk.ātōk
383.Title of male in ātōk rank.Ḷeātōktōkātōk
384.What kind of fish is that stirring up the water over there?Ek rot eṇ ej aujọjọ ijjuweo?aujọjọ
385.What's that on top of your head?Ta ṇe ej aujrọñrọñ eoon bōraṃ?aujrọñrọñ
386.There food scattered on the beach of that island.Eaunwōḷāḷā arin ān eṇ.aunwōḷā
387.Here are the watch hours for the three of us,” he said. P537Awaan waj ko adjeel kein,” ekar ba.awa
388.You can't miss him because of his outstanding part.Eban peljo bwe ealikkar awetak eṇ an.awetak
389.I thought you were on one of the small islands.” P72Ña ij ba kwopād i aetọ.ba
390.We said the island was out of rice but they didn't believe us.Kōmba emaat raij iāneo ak rejab tōmak.ba
391.We thought you were still on that atoll east of here.” P230Jej ba kwōj pād wōt iaelōñ ṇe i reeaar.”ba
392.Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.Kwōn jab ba pata etan aṃ Irooj.ba pata
393.Thou shalt not take in vain the name of the Lord thy God, for the Lord will never forgive one who takes his name in vain. S5Kwōn jab ba pata etan Jeova aṃ Anij; bwe Jeova ejāmin joḷọk ruōn eo ej ba pata etan.ba pata
394.I thought that was you I caught a glimpse of, but it wasn't.Iba wōt kwe eo iaar lo animrokan ak ej jab.ba wōt
395.As the wave smashed hard against the side of the boat, I thought it would break apart. P611Eḷak debak ḷọk ṇo eo i tōrerein wa eo iba wōt eitan rup.ba wōt
396.Can you carry a bag of rice on your bicycle?Kwōmaroñ ke baajkōḷe juon pāāk in raij?baajkōḷ
397.There are lots of frigates in the lagoon of this atoll.Ebbaakak ṃaḷwan aelōñ in.baak
398.There are lots of frigates in the lagoon of this atoll.Ebbaakak ṃaḷwan aelōñ in.baak
399.What's the cause of all these coral fingers on the reef of this island?Ta in ear kaanbwebweiki baalin āniinbaal
400.What's the cause of all these coral fingers on the reef of this island?Ta in ear kaanbwebweiki baalin āniinbaal
401.There are a lot of fish in the reef edges of the Marshalls.Eike baal in Ṃajeḷbaal
402.There are a lot of fish in the reef edges of the Marshalls.Eike baal in Ṃajeḷbaal
403.His son has a family of his own.Ebaaṃle ḷadik eo nejin.baaṃle
404.Let's play the game of baaniKōjro ṃōk baani.baani
405.There are pieces of pancake on your clothes.Ebbaankekeek nuknuk ṇe aṃ.baankeek
406.Be sure to make some pancakes out of that flour tomorrow.Kab baankeeke pilawā ṇe ilju.baankeek
407.There are lots of pontoons on this atoll.Eḷap an bōbaantuunun (ebbaantunuun) aelōñ in.baantuun
408.I have the smell of smoke because I have stayed near the fire.Ibwiin baat kōn kar pād turin kijeek eṇ.baat
409.Her oven is making a lot of smoke come this way.Eḷap an baatat tok uṃ eṇ an lieṇ.baatat
410.The engine of that ship is smoking.Eḷap an baatat injin eo ilo wa eo.baatat
411.The children are looking for butterflies toward the end of the island.Ajiri ro rej kōbabūb ḷọk ñan jabōn āniinbabbūb
412.He's aroused by his words of encouragementEbab-laḷin kōn an kōkajoorḷọk.bab-laḷin
413.There are lots of badet on the lagoon side.Ebbadetdet iaar.badet
414.Marshallese used to bow down when walking in front of one another—until recently.Ri-Ṃajeḷ rejọ kōn ebbadikdik iṃaan mejān doon raan ko ḷọkbadik
415.Duck under the branch of that breadfruit tree or your head will bump it.Badik jān raan ṇe bwe enaaj itaak bōraṃ ie.badik
416.The one you're thinking of hiring was just fired.Ri-baer eo ṇe kwōj ḷōmṇak in kōjerbale.baer
417.There are lots of pipes inside the house.Ebbaibib lowaan ṃwiinbaib
418.Your hair smells of cigarettesEbwiin ebbaidid kolan bōraṃ.baid
419.The smell of smoke was all over the room.Ebbaidid lowaan ṃwiinbaid
420.There are lots of baidik by the road.Ebbaidikdik tọrerein iaḷ eṇ.baidik
421.I just thought I would drop by. I thought of dropping by anyway.Iar baj ḷōmṇak wōt in itok.baj
422.That man is always out of moneyḶeo ebbūrookok eṇ.bajet
423.He is one of the passengers to Japan.E juon iaan ri-bajinjea ro ḷọk ñan Japan.bajinjea
424.My fine is a result of my having gotten into a fight.Bakkiiñ e bakkiiñin ke iar ire.bakkiiñ
425.Who gave you that kind of baakkito sickness.Wōn ṇe ear lewōj aṃ baakkito?bakkito
426.The childen of that couple are always well built.Ebbakukkuk nejin jar eṇ.bakūk
427.There are still lots of starry flounders in the lagoon at Likiep.Ej ebbalele wōt arin Likiep.bale
428.There are lots of flounder on the ocean side today.Ebbalele lik rainin.bale
429.I have lots of clothes.Iballe kōn nuknuk.balle
430.He has lots of possessionsEḷap an balle kōn ṃweiukballe
431.Don't make the top of the table bulgy.Kwōn jab kōbboḷokḷok raan tebọḷ ṇebaḷok
432.The top of that table is bulgy.Ebbaḷokḷok eoon tebōḷ eṇ.baḷok
433.Sheet the sails in a bit to get rid of the folds next to the gaff,” the Boatswain said as he scanned the horizon standing by the rigging on the starboard side. P854Bar ṇatọọne tak jidik bwe en jako baḷok kaṇe i turin kaab eṇ” Bojin eo ekar ba ke ear jejed jān turin rikin eo i reeaar.baḷok
434.There are lots of airplanes coming in today.Eḷap an bōbaḷuunun (ebbaḷuunun) (rainin).baḷuun
435.I'm envious of her job.Ibane kōn jerbal eṇ an.ban
436.Why don't you stop being so envious of everybodyEṃōj ṇe aṃ bōbanban (ebbanban)?ban
437.Use the funnel and pour me five gallons of gas.Kwōn banōḷe tok ḷalem kōḷanin kiaaj.banōḷ
438.There are lots of chickens/birds on this island.Ebbaoo āniinbao
439.There are lots of chickens on this island.Elōñ baoun laḷ āniinbao
440.There are lots of birds on this island.Elōñ baoun mejatoto āniinbao
441.The lagoon shore of Majuro is very rocky.Eḷap an barbare arin Mājro.bar
442.It landed on the top of the mast.Ejok i bōran kiju eo.bar
443.That's a big school of ek mouj.Edoom baruun ek mouj eṇ.baru
444.There are lots of crabs on this islandEḷap an bōbaruru (ebbaruru) āniinbaru
445.This islet has lots of mounds.Ebate āniinbat
446.Where did you get your five-gallon bucket of white paint?Kobōk ia batin wūno mouj ṇe aṃ?bat
447.This islet has lots of mounds.Eḷap an batbate āninbat
448.The unicorn fish of Majuro are tasty.Eouwi batakḷaj in Majuro.batakḷaj
449.There is lots of putty all over your clothesEbbatete nuknuk ṇe aṃ.bate
450.This house has a lot of bottles around it.Ebbatoto turun ṃwiinbato
451.Wear shoes so that pieces of glass don't get in your feet.Kwōn juujuj bwe ren jab batoik neeṃ.bato
452.Pandanus of the Marshalls.Bōb-in-Ṃajeḷ.bōb
453.The Roman guard blocked the grave of Jesus.Rūbbaar ro raar barōk lōb eo lūbōn Jesus.bōbaar
454.Smell of smoke all over the place.Bwiin bōbaidiid (ebbaidiid).bōbaidid
455.Don't let him get the smell of smoke on him.Kwōn jab kōbbaididi.bōbaidid
456.What sort of food balls do you have?Bobo in ta ṇe kijōṃ.bobo
457.You should go fishing using the bōbō (ebbō) method toward the ocean side of that island.Kwōn bōbōḷọk (ebbōḷọk) ñan likin ānuweobōbō
458.But when we looked all around and observed the sky, there was no sign of rain, though even so we got containers ready so we could catch rain water, just in case. P1016Ak jeḷak toor mejād im waate tok turin lañ, ej jañin kar ḷōmṇak in wōt, meñe eṃōj ammān kōppojak kein ammān naaj kar bọbo dānnin wōt.bọbo
459.The blossoms of that bush are really beautiful.Ekanooj aiboojoj bōbōl (ebbōl) in ut eṇ.bōbōl
460.In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.bōbrae
461.If there were radio communication on all islands in the Marshalls, sick people would not die for want of doctors or medicine, and it would also help prevent the occurrence of famine. S25Eḷañe ewōr retio in kōnono ilo aolep aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, ri-nañinmej rōban aikuj in mej kōñ an ejjeḷọk taktō ak wūno, im barāinwōt jipañ bōbrae jān an waḷọk ñūtabōbrae
462.If there were radio communication on all islands in the Marshalls, sick people would not die for want of doctors or medicine, and it would also help prevent the occurrence of famine. S25Eḷañe ewōr retio in kōnono ilo aolep aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, ri-nañinmej rōban aikuj in mej kōñ an ejjeḷọk taktō ak wūno, im barāinwōt jipañ bōbrae jān an waḷọk ñūtabōbrae
463.This stuff will be the death of us,” the Boatswain said, indicating he was agitated. P1128Kein ta kein ke jenaaj mej kaki,” Bojin eo ekwaḷọk an bōbweer.bōbweer
464.Drink out of the faucet.Idaak jān bọjet ṇebọjet
465.Father took a match out of his pants pocket and lit the lamp. P140Jema ekwaḷọk juon mājet jān bōjọọn jedọujij eo an im tile ḷaaṃ eo.bōjọ
466.It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.bok
467.The lagoon side of Majuro is sandy.Ebokboke iaarin Majuro.bok
468.I hope there are a lot of biscuits left because we are going to be drifting for a while yet,” the Boatswain said as he started to eat. P965En baj lōñ wōt ṇe petkōj kwōbōk tok ke eaetok peḷọk in,” Bojin eo eba im bwilik ṃaan meme eo.bōk
469.The lagoon side of the islet has a lots of coarse sand.Ebok ajaje iarin āneṇbok ajaj
470.The lagoon side of the islet has a lots of coarse sand.Ebok ajaje iarin āneṇbok ajaj
471.Those two were still talking and as I raised my head and looked toward the island I caught a glimpse of Father on the shore side of the wharf. P84Erro ej kōnono wōt ak iḷak bōk bōra im rōre āne ḷọk ilo animrokan Jema iturun ṃweo iānein wab eo.bōk bar
472.Those two were still talking and as I raised my head and looked toward the island I caught a glimpse of Father on the shore side of the wharf. P84Erro ej kōnono wōt ak iḷak bōk bōra im rōre āne ḷọk ilo animrokan Jema iturun ṃweo iānein wab eo.bōk bar
473.For this reason, the job of the teacher in outer-island schools is demanding and time consuming. S9Kōn men in jerbal in ri-kaki ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ej juon jerbal epen im ebōk iien.bōk iien
474.Go do your share of the job.Kwōn etal in jerbal im bōk kuṇaaṃ.bōk koṇaa-
475.There is lots of sand in this house.Ebokboke lowaan ṃwiinbokbok
476.This island has lots of sand in its lagoon.Ekabokbok arin āninbokbok
477.The sandiest place in Majuro Atoll is at the end of Laura.Ekabokbok tata jabōn Laura.bokbok
478.That piece of wood is full of knots.Ebbōkeke aḷaḷ ṇebōke
479.That piece of wood is full of knots.Ebbōkeke aḷaḷ ṇebōke
480.Should there be laws against the possession of arms by the citizens?Ej aikuj ke wōr kien ṇae bōkkāwūdik?bōkkāwūdik
481.Did you hear the explosion of the bomb?Kworoñ ke bokkoḷọkun bọkutañ eo?bokkoḷọk
482.The sound of the gun startled me.Eḷap ilbōk kōn bokkoḷọk in bu eo.bokkoḷọk
483.You two go and bring a basket of coarse sand at the beach.Koṃro ilọk im kabokkwelep tarin juon iep tok iaar.bokkwelep
484.Chop that tree so that the heart of it appears.Jek wōjke ṇe bwe en waḷọk buḷōn.boḷ
485.The price of goods nowadays is really extravagant.Ejjeḷọk baj bōlejin oṇāān ṃweiuk raan kein.bōlej
486.The bottom of the boat is split open.Ebōḷñak kapin booj eo.bōḷñak
487.There are lots of leaves under that breadfruit tree.Ebbōlōklōk iuṃwin eṇ.bōlōk
488.The Captain took the lantern and took it to the back of the boat to get ready for nightfall. P531Kapen eo ejibwe ḷaṇtōn eo im bōk lik ḷọk ñan ijo jikin bwe en pojak ñan boñōn eo.boñ
489.There are lots of boats at the beach today.Eḷap an ebboojoje iaar rainin.booj
490.Your knot; your tying of a knot; how you tie a knot, or how you tie a rope.Boojaṃ.booj
491.Alright, no big deal, but you should go get yourself ready so we won’t drift and end up on the island of Ṇauṇau,” the Boatswain said as he laughed. P290Ekwe ej jab nana ak kwōn kōpopo ilo boojaṃ bwe jen jab peḷọk im peek aelōñin Ṇauṇau,” Bojin eo erere ke ej ba men in.booj
492.Where is the box of nailsEwi bọọkin dila eo?bọọk
493.Lots of Ponapeans in the Marshalls.Elōñ ri-Boonpe ṂajeḷBoonpe
494.The bottle is capped with a piece of corkBato eṇ ej bọọror kōn wūj.bọọror
495.The waves are big at the edge of the reef.Eḷap ṇo bōran baal.bōran baal
496.I would really like to taste some of your fish.Eḷap bōro-kūrkūr kōn ek kaṇe.bōro-kōrkōr
497.It is good that the people of this district are united.Eṃṃan an aolep ri-bukwōn in bōro-kuk.bōro-kuk
498.Rip that piece of wood for me.Kwōn bōrrāiktok aḷaḷ e.bōrrā
499.Come and help me put another coating of paint on our boat.Kwōn wātin (wātok in) jipañ bōrwaje wa e waarro.bōrwaj
500.This is the final phase of the treatment.Bōrwaj eo āliktata in.bōrwaj
501.Bring a piece of tin to protect this fire.Bōktok juon tiin in bọtouk kijek e.bọto
502.An eclipse of the moon comes about when the earth blocks off the sunlight from it.Ej bōtōktōk allōñ ñe laḷ in ej pinej meramin aḷ jāne.bōtōktōk allōñ
503.Lots of dragon flies on this island.Ebboubub āniinboub
504.Don't let the clothes get the smell of the sea.Kwōn jab kabbwijetjeti nuknuk kaṇ.būbjetjet
505.The smell of the sea is all over the place because the low tide.Eḷap an būbjetjet (ibbwijetjet) kōn an pāāt.būbjetjet
506.Tie the end of that rope.Kwōn buuji jabōn to ṇebubu
507.Is the result of the divination good?Eṃṃan ke bwe in bubu eo.bubu
508.The clothes have the smell of sunshineEbwiin būbwidetdet (ibbwidetdet) nuknuk kaṇ.būbwidetdet
509.Don't let the child get the smell of the reef.Kwōn jab kabbwilwōwōde ajiri ṇebūbwilwōdwōd
510.The smell of reef is all over the place because it's low tide.Ebbwilwōdwōd tok kōn an pāāt.būbwilwōdwōd
511.Wash the turtle smell off of yourself.Kwōn jọ jān būbwilwōnwōniṃ (ibbwilwōnwōniṃ).būbwilwōnwōn
512.Don't let him get the smell of turtlesKwōn jab kabbwilwōnwōne.būbwilwōnwōn
513.That boy has the strongest smell of turtle because he ate too much turtle.Būbwilwōnwōn (Ibbwilwōnwōn) tata laddik eṇ kōn an lap an kar ṃōñā wōn.būbwilwōnwōn
514.The man who always makes people smell of bwiro is coming.Ri-kabbwiroro eo ṇe tok.būbwiroro
515.Your hands smell of bwiroEbwiin būbwiroro (ibbwiroro) (peiṃ).būbwiroro
516.Those ships are really stirring up a lot of wakeEjjeḷọk ḷap in an wa kaṇ bukwaarar.bukwaarar
517.Why are you singing out of tune?Enta kwōj kabūḷāāt aṃ al?būḷāāt
518.We don't feel well whenever we flunk any of our courses.Enana ad mour ñe jej būḷañi katak ko ad.būḷañ
519.There are wild animals in the middle of the island.Elōñ kidu awiia buḷōn āninbuḷōn
520.I watched the Boatswain crawl toward the front of the boat and disappear in to the darkness. P571Iḷak erre lọk ilo an Bojin eo tōbal ṃaan ḷọk im jako ḷọk i buḷōn marok ko.buḷōn
521.They are putting bluegum planks on the bottom of that boat.Rej būḷukaṃe kapin wa eṇ.būḷukaṃ
522.There are beads of perspiration on your face.Ebūḷuuddik turun mejaṃ.būḷuuddik
523.His face was covered all over with beads of sweat.Ebūḷuuddiki turun mejān.būḷuuddik
524.He is very famous in his field of studyEḷap an buñbuñ ilo jerbal eṇ an.buñbuñ
525.I am very proud of you.Eḷap an buñ-būruō kōn kwe.buñ-būruon
526.In this way the boat got closer and we thought it would just keep coming, but all of a sudden the lights on it went out, and we couldn’t see anything. P1153Āindeo an wa eo kar epaak tok wōt im kōm kar ḷōmṇak enaaj kar wātokin de eo ak ebuñjen im ḷak kun teeñki ko ie, ejej men eṇ kōmjel loe.buñjen
527.That ship makes a lot of voyages.Wa eo ebbuñliklik eṇ.buñlik
528.It was clear that the Likabwiro was filled to capacity and carrying as much as it could as soon as it moved away from the side of the pier and starting sailing out through the pass into the open ocean. P490Ej kab bar alikkar an Likabwiro ḷe jān joñan an jok ke ekar ṃōṃakūt jān turin wab eo im tōtōr ḷọk ñan an buñlik.buñlik
529.The price of copra has gone down.Ebuñlọk oṇāān waini.buñlọk
530.The surf is always high on the ocean side of this islet.Ebbuñṇoṇo likin āninbuñṇo
531.It smells of unwashed sexual organs.Ebwiin ibbūṇoṇo.būṇo
532.This islet has an abundance of foodEbuñ-pāḷọk ānin kōn ṃōñābuñ-pāḷọk
533.It was clear from the swell of the waves yesterday. P921Ealikkar ilo buñto-buñtakin ṇo ko inne.buñto-buñtak
534.Brush off the top of that table because it's dirty.Kwōn būraje raan tebōḷ ṇe bwe ettoon.būraj
535.When we were done eating lunch, I washed the dishes and scrubbed the bits of rice and corned beef from the deck. P384Ke ej dedeḷọk ṃōñāin raelep, ikarreoiki kein ṃōñā ko im waateeke ioon wa eo jān ṃōraṃrōṃin raij kab būbrarrarin kọọnpiip.būrar
536.The man went into a room and when he came back out he was holding loaves of bread, already wrapped in brown paper, still warm from the oven. P264Ḷeo edeḷọñ ḷọk ilowaan ruuṃ eo im ḷak diwōj tok ej jibwe ruo ḷoobwin pilawā, eṃōj an limi kōn peba būrawūn, ej ja āindeeo aer māāṇāṇ ke rej kab mat tok.būrawūn
537.Don't talk harshly or people will be afraid of you.Kwōn jab būroñ bwe armej enaaj mijak eok.būroñ
538.He's always talking in terms of cloth for wrapping.Ebbūroojkiki an kōnono.būroojki
539.When will you get over the habit of always being broke?Enaaj jemḷọk ñāāt aṃ ibbūrookok?būrook
540.Most of these schools are public schools, but there are also Catholic and Protestant schools as of 1965. S9Enañin aolep jikuuḷ kein an kien bōtab ebar wōr an Katlik im Būrotijen.Būrotijen
541.Most of these schools are public schools, but there are also Catholic and Protestant schools as of 1965. S9Enañin aolep jikuuḷ kein an kien bōtab ebar wōr an Katlik im Būrotijen.Būrotijen
542.Four of the schools are Protestant and two Catholic as of 1965. S9Ewōr emān an Būrotijen jikuuḷ kab ruo an Katlik.Būrotijen
543.Four of the schools are Protestant and two Catholic as of 1965. S9Ewōr emān an Būrotijen jikuuḷ kab ruo an Katlik.Būrotijen
544.Don't touch me or you'll make me smell all of būtoKwōn jab uñūri bwe kwōnaaj kabūtouk .būto
545.Your hands smell of soaked coconut husks.Ebwiin ibbūtoto peiṃ.būto
546.After going down and revving the engine, Father came up and took a seat on the roof of the engine room. P491Ālikin an kar to laḷ ḷọk im bar buuḷiḷọk injin eo, Jema ewanlōñ tak im jijet ioon ṃōn injin eo.buuḷ
547.I said I would just be the cabin boy and bail at times when there was a lot of water in the boat. P30Ña iba inaaj buwae bajjek im ānen ilo iien rot eṇ eḷap dān i lowa.buwae
548.She has a lot of birthmarks on her face.Ebuwake turun mejān lieṇ.buwak
549.Let's two of us tack this canoe windward.Jeṇro kabwābweik wa in.bwābwe
550.As he spoke he threw the tiller, steering the boat right toward the middle of the pass. P503Ej kōnono wōt ak ejoto ḷọk jila eo bwe en bwābwe wa eo ñan to eo; wa eo ekar kaiok ḷọk wōt lukoḷpān to eo im etal.bwābwe
551.There is lots of food left over today.Eḷap bwe in ṃōñā rainin.bwe
552.There are lots of fish, but not enough breadfruit and other foods. S6Eḷap an lōñ ek, ak ej jab bwe im men ko jet.bwe
553.But can you release the two of us, so that we may return to our parents?Ak kwōj maroñ ke kōtḷọk kōmro bwe kōminro jepḷaak ñan ippān jinemiro im jemāmiro?bwe
554.Beware of the Portuguese man-o’-war in the lagoon because there are plenty of them at this time.Kōjparok aṃ tutu iaar bwe eaolōke kiiō.bwe
555.Beware of the Portuguese man-o’-war in the lagoon because there are plenty of them at this time.Kōjparok aṃ tutu iaar bwe eaolōke kiiō.bwe
556.That cooking house is full of coconut husks.Ejjeḷọk wōt bbweọeọun ṃōn kuk eṇ.bweọ
557.And in the middle of the night, the two of them put up the sail again and we started going on our way to the east. P1180Im ḷak eoḷapān ḷọk boñon eo, erro bar jerak e wūjḷā eo im kōmmān jino bar bweradik ḷọk ilo iiaḷ eo ammān tak ḷọkbweradik
558.And in the middle of the night, the two of them put up the sail again and we started going on our way to the east. P1180Im ḷak eoḷapān ḷọk boñon eo, erro bar jerak e wūjḷā eo im kōmmān jino bar bweradik ḷọk ilo iiaḷ eo ammān tak ḷọkbweradik
559.The yellowness of the sunrise.Bwibwi takin al.bwibwi
560.My attire is dirty. (a single article of clothing)Ebwidejdej nuknuk e .bwidej
561.The two of them were busy talking and forgot about the light. P1131Erro bwiden kar kōnono ijo im meḷọkḷọk meram eo ioon lọjet.bwiden
562.It smells of chicken manure around the house.Ebwiin-kūbeen-alōre turin ṃwiinbwiin-kūbween-alōr
563.The piece of cloth you wrapped the sore on your foot with smells of decayed flesh.Ebwiin pipuwaḷwōḷ ṃōttan nuknuk ṇe kwaar roj kinej ṇe neeṃ kake.bwiin-puwaḷ
564.The piece of cloth you wrapped the sore on your foot with smells of decayed flesh.Ebwiin pipuwaḷwōḷ ṃōttan nuknuk ṇe kwaar roj kinej ṇe neeṃ kake.bwiin-puwaḷ
565.When he reached the cross-stick at the top of the mast, he suddenly started kicking, then he jumped up to the top and landed on it and sat down. P1192Ke ekar tōpar kūrọọjti eo, ebuñjenōṃ ḷak bwijbwij, ekā lōñ ḷọk im jok ioon im jijet.bwijbwij
566.I'm tired of treading water.Iṃōk in bwijiaea.bwijeae
567.It was the first time I heard the sound of whistling from him close to the steering wheel just before the tragedy struck that evening. P1034Ij kab baj naaj kar roñ ainikien ke ej ajwewe ijo ippān jebwe eo ṃōṃkaj wōt jidik jān an kar waḷọk bwijerro eo jọteen eo.bwijerro
568.It seems like we've had our fair share of misfortunes,” the Boatswain said. P1174Āinwōt ej jab jokwōd an waḷọk bwijerro ñan kōjeañ,” Bojin eo eba.bwijerro
569.The end of the husking stick is blunt.Ebwijil bōran doon eo.bwijil
570.Who made the end of the husking stick blunt?Wōn eo ear kabwijil bōran doon eo?bwijil
571.Here come several groups of people.Bwijin in armej ro wōj tok.bwijin
572.Here comes a group of peopleBwijin in armej eo e tok.bwijin
573.Here's a school of rabbitfish at the lagoon beach.Juon e bwijin in ṃọle iar.bwijin
574.Here come several schools of fishBōjen in ek ko tok.bwijin
575.I've got lots of money.Bwijin ṃaakbwijin
576.He was kicked out of school because he was a drunk.Raar bwijjike jān jikuuḷ kōn an kōkdekdek (ekkadekdek).bwijjik
577.She's got a big family and lots of relatives.Ebwijlepe.bwijlep
578.Look for the kind of breadfruit tree that doesn't have lots of lumps.Kappok rot eṇ ej jab bwijuwewe.bwijuwe
579.Look for the kind of breadfruit tree that doesn't have lots of lumps.Kappok rot eṇ ej jab bwijuwewe.bwijuwe
580.The boy is in the midst of all those people.Ḷadik eo eṇ ibwiljin armej raṇ wōj.bwilji-
581.Some of these questions I was thinking are appropriate for those among us who have knowledge, understanding, and experience with the ocean in our islands, so they can teach others while they still have time. P802Jet kein kajjitōk ij ḷōmṇak rōkkar ñan an ro ilubwilijid eor aer jeḷā, meḷeḷe, im imminene kōn metoin aelōñ kein, bwe ren kwaḷọk mejḷaer kiin ke ej wōr wōt aer iien.bwilji-
582.The piece of wood is broken.Ebwilọk aḷaḷ eo.bwilọk
583.Who broke the piece of wood?Wōn ear būḷọke aḷaḷ eo?bwilọk
584.When I heard the Captain say this, I thought about it and was amazed that Father was able to recognize the waves on the ocean side of Pikeej from the movement of the boat while the Captain says he needs to actually see them. P799Ke ikar roñ naan kein an Kapen eo, iḷōmṇak im bwilōñ bajjek ippa taunin an Jema maroñ kile ṇoin likin Pikeej jān ṃōṃakūtkūtin wa eo ak Kapen eo eba ej aikuj kar lo kōn mejān.bwilōñ
585.When I heard the Captain say this, I thought about it and was amazed that Father was able to recognize the waves on the ocean side of Pikeej from the movement of the boat while the Captain says he needs to actually see them. P799Ke ikar roñ naan kein an Kapen eo, iḷōmṇak im bwilōñ bajjek ippa taunin an Jema maroñ kile ṇoin likin Pikeej jān ṃōṃakūtkūtin wa eo ak Kapen eo eba ej aikuj kar lo kōn mejān.bwilōñ
586.The Captain was all by himself down below because the three of us were sitting and marveling over the size and brightness of the boat. P1152Kapen eo emake wōt i lowa bwe kōmjel kar jijet im bwilōñ ijo i lōñ kōn an kilep im meram wa eo.bwilōñ
587.The Captain was all by himself down below because the three of us were sitting and marveling over the size and brightness of the boat. P1152Kapen eo emake wōt i lowa bwe kōmjel kar jijet im bwilōñ ijo i lōñ kōn an kilep im meram wa eo.bwilōñ
588.My clothes smell of preserved breadfruit. My clothes have scraps of preserved breadfruit on them.Ebbwiroro nuknuk e .bwiro
589.My clothes smell of preserved breadfruit. My clothes have scraps of preserved breadfruit on them.Ebbwiroro nuknuk e .bwiro
590.The flavor from its having been buried is like that of cheese when they make it. S28Nemān ilo an kallib, āinwōt bwiin jiij ñe rej kōṃṃane.bwiro
591.They say there's lots of ducks on that island.Rej ba edake āneṇdak
592.A piece of wood is sticking out from that house.Juon eṇ aḷaḷ ej daṃokḷọk jān ṃweeṇdaṃok
593.Okay, that’s enough of that; let’s just move forward and think about getting ourselves some drinking water,” Father said. P1212Ekwe eṃōj ṇe bwe emoot ḷọk eo kain ak jen ḷōmṇake dānnin idaak,” Jema eba.dān
594.I let go of the bucket as quickly as I could and held on. P651Ikar ṃōkaj im kōtḷọk bakōj eo ak idāpdep.dāpdep
595.I held the funnel and Father poured the contents into the tank of the engine. P590Idāpij banōḷ eo im Jema elutōk tok men eo kobban ñan lowaan tāāñ eo an injin eo.dāpdep
596.There are lots of stumps where they cut the coconut trees.Edāpdipe ijeṇ raar jookā ni ie.dāpdep
597.The machete is at the bottom of that coconut tree.Jāje eo eṇ idipin ni eṇ.dāpi-
598.The drum is rolling around on the deck of the ship.Kajiliñ eo ej dedāpilpil (eddāpilpil) i raan wa eo.dāpilpil
599.I haven’t tried but it probably wouldn’t be hard, because it seems like I just saw how they do it; you just roll the dice and the number of points show. P167Ij jañin kajjioñ ak bōlen eban pen bwe āinwōt iḷak baj lale men eo jej wōjak de eṇ kōdapili taij kaṇ im ewaḷọk bōnbōn eo ad.dāpilpil
600.The boatswain securely lashed down the drum of gasoline on the boat’s deck so it wouldn’t roll about.Bojin eo ear eọuti im kanooj in kapene tūraṃin kiaaj eo ioon teekin wa eo bwe en jab dāpilto-dāpiltak.dāpilto-dāpiltak
601.When I woke up the next day, I went up and saw the Boatswain up on top of the mast. P863Rujlọkin raan eo juon, iḷak baj wanlōñ ḷọk jān lowa ikar lo Bojin eo ej de i raan kaju eo.de
602.It was the only kind of musical instrument in the Marshalls before Western contact. S11Ej kar kein kōjañjañ eo dein ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ ṃokta jān an deḷọñ tok laḷ ko jet.de
603.The chicken is sleeping on the branch of the breadfruit tree.Bao en ej de raan eṇ.de
604.As the wave smashed hard against the side of the boat, I thought it would break apart. P611Eḷak debakḷọk ṇo eo i tōrerein wa eo iba wōt eitan rup.debokḷọk
605.In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.dedo
606.They let down a bunch of coconuts by rope.Raar nieddoor.dedoor
607.I took biscuits and put them in front of the men. P963Ikar būki ḷọk im doori ṇa i turierjel.dedoor
608.I put down the bread next to them and then found a tray, a small knife, and handed them over, and the Boatswain took the knife and sliced one of the loaves and we all ate and drank. P269Idoori pilawā ko iturierro innem kwaḷọk tok juon tūre, juon bakbōk im jake ḷọk men ko im Bojin eo ebōk bakbōk eo im jiḷaiti juon iaan ḷoob ko im kōmjel idaak im ṃōñādedoor
609.I saw that he was dripping with sweat so I got a piece of paper and used it to fan him. P1097Ilo an ibeb ḷọk kōn menokadu im ijibwe tok juon ṃōttan peba im deele.deelel
610.It was the only kind of musical instrument in the Marshalls before Western contact. S11Ej kar kein kōjañjañ eo dein ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ ṃokta jān an deḷọñ tok laḷ ko jet.dein
611.The typhoon spread rocks all across the ocean side of Jālwōj.Taiboon eo ear kōdekākeiki likin Jālwōj.dekā
612.The lagoon side of this island has lots of gravel.Edekāke iarin ānindekā
613.The lagoon side of this island has lots of gravel.Edekāke iarin ānindekā
614.The storm washed ashore gravel on the lagoon side of this island.Kōto eo ekōdekākeik arin ānindekāke
615.There's no thatch in the gable of Marshallese houses.Ejjeḷọk aj ilo demājuun iṃōn Ṃajeḷdemāju
616.His exaggerations are out of this world.Ej make wōt depakpak an riab.depakpak
617.Right as I said it a wave smashed up against the side of the boat. P597Ij ba wōt ijin ak etar tok juon ṇo im depet kōjaan wa eo.depdep
618.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. P1244Iḷak baj erre āne ḷọk ilo juon deppin baat ej jutak lōñ ḷọk jān keinikkan i jabōn ān eo tu eōñ.depdep
619.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. P1244Iḷak baj erre āne ḷọk ilo juon deppin baat ej jutak lōñ ḷọk jān keinikkan i jabōn ān eo tu eōñ.depdep
620.A tuna jumped out of the water and slapped my canoe.Ekātok juon bwebwe im depete kōrkōr eo waō.depdep
621.Don't take it out of the oven now or it'll be sticky.Jab kaatuwe kiiō bwe enaaj depñat.depñat
622.A flight of planes took off from Guam.Ear peḷḷọk juon depouk jān Kuwaaṃ.depouk
623.That fish has lots of little bones.Edidi ek ṇedi
624.The boat tacks often on account of its speed.Eddiakeak wa eṇ kōn an ṃōkajdiak
625.It took off into the boonies and that was the last we saw of it.Edibuki mar em ḷak etal kōm jab bar lowe.dibuk
626.We're in the zone of the dibukae currents.Jetōpar dibukae.dibukae
627.The powers of the didiiñ cult are miraculous.Maroñ kaṇ an didiiñ rōkabwilōñlōñ.didiiñ
628.Fish caught using the diil method of fishing are tasty.Eowi ikōn diil.diil
629.There are a number of Western teachers in the larger schools, but almost all of the small outer-island schools have only Marshallese teachers. S9Elōñ ri-kaki in pālle ilo jikuuḷ kein rōḷḷap ak enañin aolep jikuuḷ ko rōddik ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ri-Ṃajeḷ wōt rej ri-kaki.dik
630.There are a number of Western teachers in the larger schools, but almost all of the small outer-island schools have only Marshallese teachers. S9Elōñ ri-kaki in pālle ilo jikuuḷ kein rōḷḷap ak enañin aolep jikuuḷ ko rōddik ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ri-Ṃajeḷ wōt rej ri-kaki.dik
631.Would you measure the upper front of my garment?Kwōn diklōñe ṃōk nuknuk e .diklōñ
632.The board has lots of nails in it.Eddilala ṇedila
633.What causes the continual snapping (of branches) inside the bush?Ta eṇ ej dedokwōjkwōj (eddokwōjkwōj) buḷōn mar eṇ?dokwōj
634.Let's each of us gather four hundred copra nuts.Jen kāābukwi kuṇaad waini.eabukwi
635.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.” P1248Ñe kōjmān tōpar arin ān ṇe kab kelọk, Bojin, im āne ḷọk eake kōb ṇe bwe ejej booj.”eake
636.That islet has lots of ghostsEḷap an eakeake āneṇeakeak
637.The pile of stones at the ocean side of that islet is big.Eḷap eakḷe eṇ ilikin aneeṇ.eakḷe
638.The pile of stones at the ocean side of that islet is big.Eḷap eakḷe eṇ ilikin aneeṇ.eakḷe
639.You always rob the hens of their eggs and it's true that you are an egg robber.Aolep iien kwōj eaklepi lolo kaṇe im ṃool ke kwe kwōj juon ri-eaklep.eaklep
640.Don't rob the hen of her eggs so she can have chicks.Jab eaklepe bao eṇ bwe ennejnej.eaklep
641.Are we done unloading?” Father interjected in an attempt to stop the two of them from arguing. P703Eṃōj jej eakto wōt ke?” Jema ekajjitōk im kajjioñ bōbrae aerro wōnṃaan ḷọk wōt im aoḷ.eakto
642.They got the drunkard off of the planeRaar eaktuwe rikadek eo jān baḷuun eo.eaktuwe
643.First of all, after they have grated the copra and taken the coconut milk from it, they heat it under the sun and it becomes coconut oil. S18Ṃoktata, ālkin aer raankeik waini eṇ im bōk eaḷ eṇ jāne, rej kōjeeke im ej erom pinniep.eaḷ
644.North of MajuroEañin Mājro.eañ
645.There are lots of eañ shells at Wotje Atoll.Eḷap an lōñ eañ ilo aelōñin Wōjjā.eañ
646.By afternoon, we the four of us started feeling hungry. P882Ke ekar baj jọej, kōmmān jino eñjake ammān eañden.eañden
647.He caught lots of eañrōkElōñ kwoṇan eañrōk.eañrōk
648.The northern side of the Marshalls is dry.Eañtak in Ṃajōḷ eḷap ṃōrāeañtak
649.The ship is in the northern side of the Marshall Islands.Tiṃa eo epād eañtak in Ṃajōḷeañtak
650.Your dress is of good fabric.Eṃṃan edin (iden) nuknuk ṇe aṃ.ed
651.The women are shopping for traditional women's mats at the women's club handicraft shop to give as gifts to the man of the cloth.Liṃaro raṇ rej kaed iṃōn amiṃōṇo eṇ an kuḷab eṇ an kōrā kein aerro būrejini ri-kaki eṇ.ed
652.The fabric of that mat is good because it is soft.Iden jaki eṇ eṃṃan bwe emeoeo.ed
653.What type of pandanus is that edouṃ made from?Edouṃ in bōb rot ṇeedouṃ
654.The ship is at the eastern ocean side of this island.Wa eo eṇ epād likiej.ej
655.The boys made a pile of coconuts.Ḷaddik ro raar ejoujik ḷọk waini ko.ejouj
656.Make a pile of those coconuts.Ejouji waini ko ippān doon.ejouj
657.A pile of coconuts.Ejouj in waini.ejouj
658.There are lots of fish around this islet.Eike āniinek
659.Salt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.ek
660.One can see lots of veins in his arms.Eekeke pein ḷeeṇeke
661.The idol was made of gold.Ekjab eo ar kōṃṃan jān kool.ekjab
662.The congretations of the United Church of Christ in the Marshall Islands.Ekelejia ko an Jarin Radik Doon ilo Ṃajōḷeklejia
663.The congretations of the United Church of Christ in the Marshall Islands.Ekelejia ko an Jarin Radik Doon ilo Ṃajōḷeklejia
664.All congregations of the United Church of Christ meet in Mājro every two years.Aolep eklejia ko an Jarin Radik Doon ilo Ṃajōḷ rej kwelọk aolep ḷọkin juon iiō ilo Mājro.eklejia
665.All congregations of the United Church of Christ meet in Mājro every two years.Aolep eklejia ko an Jarin Radik Doon ilo Ṃajōḷ rej kwelọk aolep ḷọkin juon iiō ilo Mājro.eklejia
666.There are lots of ekmouj on the ocean side of Wotje.Eḷap an ekmouji likin Wōjjā.ekmouj
667.There are lots of ekmouj on the ocean side of Wotje.Eḷap an ekmouji likin Wōjjā.ekmouj
668.I believe you trip to America was very good. Of course, it was very nice.Ij tomak bwe tūreep eo aṃ ñan Amedka elukkuun emṃan? Ekōjkan, ekar lukkuun emṃan.ekōjkan
669.I was told to bring this letter to the Captain of this boat for him to take to Likiep,” he said. P309Raar ba in bōk tok lōta e ñan Kapen ṇe an wa ṇe bwe en ektake ñan Likiep ,” eba.ektak
670.The ribs of the boat are made of calophyllum inophyllum.Elḷa in booj eo kōṃṃan jān lukweej.eḷḷa
671.The ribs of the boat are made of calophyllum inophyllum.Elḷa in booj eo kōṃṃan jān lukweej.eḷḷa
672.The only thing we could hear inside the boat was the sound of us eating our biscuits and of the water splashing around between the ribs of the boats. P813Ke baj lowaan wa eo eo kōmmān kar kabijje ie, men eo jemaroñ roñ de eo ijo ej aininkien ammān kañuri petkōj ko, koba ippān ainikien an jejelōblōb dān eo i kōtaan eḷḷa ko.eḷḷa
673.The only thing we could hear inside the boat was the sound of us eating our biscuits and of the water splashing around between the ribs of the boats. P813Ke baj lowaan wa eo eo kōmmān kar kabijje ie, men eo jemaroñ roñ de eo ijo ej aininkien ammān kañuri petkōj ko, koba ippān ainikien an jejelōblōb dān eo i kōtaan eḷḷa ko.eḷḷa
674.The only thing we could hear inside the boat was the sound of us eating our biscuits and of the water splashing around between the ribs of the boats. P813Ke baj lowaan wa eo eo kōmmān kar kabijje ie, men eo jemaroñ roñ de eo ijo ej aininkien ammān kañuri petkōj ko, koba ippān ainikien an jejelōblōb dān eo i kōtaan eḷḷa ko.eḷḷa
675.They caught lots of rabbitfish.Elōñ kwoṇāer ellōk.ellōk
676.That's the type of fish hook that always stretches out of shape.Eḷḷọkḷọk kāāj rot ṇeeḷḷọk
677.That's the type of fish hook that always stretches out of shape.Eḷḷọkḷọk kāāj rot ṇeeḷḷọk
678.How am I to get to the next island north of here since it's high tide?Eḷma ḷọk ñan ān ṇe iōñ ke kiin eibwij mejje ṇeeḷmān
679.She has lots of four o'clock flowers.Eḷap an lōñ nejin emān-awa.emān-awa
680.Do you remember the name of the boy who came here?Kwōj ememej ke etan ḷadik eo ear itok?ememej
681.Remember—no active attempt to remember—just sort of comes to mind.Ememej.ememej
682.My sad memories of you (words from love song).Ememḷọkjeṇ ko kōn eok.ememḷọkjeṇ
683.I have fond memories of the Marshalls.Ij emḷọk tok Ṃajeḷemḷọk
684.The news of the typhoon coming made the people of the atoll excited.Nuuj eo kōn taibuun eo ej itok ear kaṃṃōḷōik armej in aelōñ eo.eṃṃōḷō
685.The news of the typhoon coming made the people of the atoll excited.Nuuj eo kōn taibuun eo ej itok ear kaṃṃōḷōik armej in aelōñ eo.eṃṃōḷō
686.The people of the atoll got excited when they heard he was coming.Eṃṃōḷō armejin aelōñ eo ke rej roñ ke enāj itok.eṃṃōḷō
687.The two of them have ended their relationship.Erro ar kaṃōjṃōj jān doon.eṃōj
688.I could sense the sail was full as the wind blew and whistled through the riggings, and foam appeared on the surface of the water P567Ikar eñjake bwe ñe ej lōtlōt kōto eo ejañ riikin im ṃōrṃōr ioon lọjet.eñjake
689.Be careful of how you handle the fish because its fins are sharp.Kōjparok aṃ jimwe ek ṇe bwe ekkañ iñin.eñṇeṇe
690.Sew up the mouth of that bag for me.Enneoke tok mejān pāāk ṇeenneok
691.Don't horse around or they will be suspicious of you.Kwōn jab kakūtōtō bwe rōnaaj eṇọuk eok.eṇọ
692.They have lashed the piece of wood carelessly.Eṃōj aer eọiuti aḷaḷ eo.eọeo
693.Did you lash that coconut sap sprout of yours yet?Kwōnañin eọut(i) ke ni jekaro eṇ aṃ?eọeo
694.Alfred is one of the the men who went fishing with the eojojo method last night.Alfred ej juon iaan ri-eojojo ro jota.eojojo
695.The men caught lots of fish at the lagoon using the eojojo method.Elōñ koṇan ḷōṃaro reeojojo iaar.eojojo
696.Tom was one of them who didn't catch any fish using the bottom fishing method.Tom ej ṃōttan ri-eolaḷ ro ekkar ejjeḷọk koṇāer.eolaḷ
697.Push on that bunch of green coconuts with that stick, so that they fall down.Eolọke uroor in ni eṇ kōn aḷaḷ ṇe bwe ren wōtlọk.eolọk
698.It's in the middle of the road.Epād ioḷōpān iaḷ eo.eoḷōpa-
699.I went up onto the dock and went over to where some guys were fishing, on the north side of the dock. P314Iuwe ḷọk ioon wab eo im kōttōpar ḷọk ijo jet ṃōṃaan rej eọñwōd ie, tōrerein wab eo tu iōñ.eọñwōd
700.They went toward middle of the wato. They went toward the middle of the island.Remoot eoọjḷọk.eọọj
701.They went toward middle of the wato. They went toward the middle of the island.Remoot eoọjḷọk.eọọj
702.The men caught lots of fish by using the eoojjaak method.Elōñ koṇan ḷōṃaro raar eoojjaak.eoojjaak
703.They read verse 16 of John 3Raar kōnono eoon joñoul jiljino ilo John 3eoon
704.Laura is the main islet of Majuro Atoll.Laura ej eoonene eo an Mājro.eoonene
705.The people from the main islet of Majuro are fewer than the people of Teḷap.Eietḷọk ri-eoonene in Mājro jān ri-Teḷap.eoonene
706.The people from the main islet of Majuro are fewer than the people of Teḷap.Eietḷọk ri-eoonene in Mājro jān ri-Teḷap.eoonene
707.The shore of Laura is sandy.Eoonkappe in Ḷoora ebokboke.eoonkappe
708.There are two households on my tract of landEwor ruo eoonḷā ilo wāto eṇ .eoonḷā
709.The color of his shirt is fading.Eeor mejān joōt eṇ an.eor
710.Whittle the end of that stick to sharpen it.Eọre ṃaan aḷaḷ ṇe bwe en ekkañ.eọr
711.Now people on outer islands don’t need to await the arrival of a ship so that they can hear news. S26Kiiō armej in aelōñ ko ilikin rejjab aikuj in kōttar wa bwe ren eọroñ ennaan.eọroñ
712.The way of life of coming generations will be greatly changed.Epepen kaṇe rej itok enaaj kanooj oktak mour.epepen
713.The way of life of coming generations will be greatly changed.Epepen kaṇe rej itok enaaj kanooj oktak mour.epepen
714.Rock of agesDekā in epepen.epepen
715.Only the sort of chill one gets on dry land, where a fire can soon warm, not like a chill at sea.Piọ in eppānene.eppānene
716.His is a minor case of the negligable chill one gets while on dry land.Piọ waan men eṇ ippān kōnke piọ in eppānene.eppānene
717.Only four of them went fishing.Ereañ wōt raar ilọk im eoñwōd.er
718.Those (there by you) are the kinds of food I need.Erkaṇe kain ṃōñā ko eḷap aikuji.erkaṇe
719.Okay, that’s enough of that; you two need to figure out what else we need to prepare on the boat because it’s almost three o’clock,” the Captain said. P403Ekwe ebwe in ak koṃro lukkuun etale ta ej aikuj kōpopo ioon wa in bwe kiin ej etal ñan jilu awa,” Kapen eo eba.etale
720.How about taking a walk over the ocean side reef and see if you locate the school of ṃọleEtalpeete ṃōk lik ṇe im lale kwōlo ke ṃọle eo.etalpeet
721.He has the look of a man who knows how to fish the ettōbok method.Tipen rūttōbok.ettōbok
722.One of the men who went fishing for mackerel has returned.Juon iaan ri-kattōū ro ear rooltok.ettōū
723.Which one of the shirts do you prefer?Ewi wōt iaan jōōt kwokōṇaan?ewi
724.After eighth grade, those students the teachers think are able to attend high school are sent to Majuro as of 1965. S24Ālkin kilaaj rualitōk, ro ri-kaki ro rej ḷōmṇak bwe remaroñ etal ñan ae jikuuḷ, rej jilikinḷọk er ñan Mājro.ia
725.None of the four of us said anything for a little while after that. P1041Ejej iaammān eṇ ekar kwaḷọk jidik naan iuṃwin jet ko ke minit ālikin an waḷọk men eo.iaa-
726.Yap is one of the states of the FSM.Iaab ej pād ilo FSM.Iaab
727.Yap is one of the states of the FSM.Iaab ej pād ilo FSM.Iaab
728.Could you make three yards of clothKomaroñ ke iaate tok jilu iaat in nuknuk?iaat
729.That girl is the one who measures yards of clothing.Ledik eṇ ej ri-iaat nuknuk eo eṇ.iaat
730.Please give me a yard of clothLetok ṃōk juon iaat in nuknuk.iaat
731.One of the night attackers died.Juon iaan ri-iaboñ ro ear mej.iaboñ
732.They attacked the family at night and all of them are dead.Raar iaboñe baaṃle eo im aolepāer im mej.iaboñ
733.We don't see very much of him because he's so busy with his children.Eban kanooj ḷap an ekkeini kōj bwe eḷap an iabuñ kōn ajri raṇ nājin.iabuñ
734.Races of outrigger sailing canoes are better than those of sailing boats.Iāekwōj in tipñōl eṃṃan ḷọk jān booj in ejjerakrōk.iāekwōj
735.Races of outrigger sailing canoes are better than those of sailing boats.Iāekwōj in tipñōl eṃṃan ḷọk jān booj in ejjerakrōk.iāekwōj
736.The two of them were laughing but I couldn’t help thinking that we had just barely skirted death. P1348Erro kar tōtōñ bajjek ijo ippān doon ak ña ikar lukkuun ḷōmṇaki naan kein an bar juon alen, kōmmān kar rọọl jān iiaḷin mej.iaḷ
737.The lagoon beach of Majuro is sandy.Iarin Mājro ekabokbok.iar
738.There are lots of taro on that atoll.Eḷap an iaraje aelōñ eṇ.iaraj
739.Ebeye is one of the island in Kwajalein Atoll.Ibae ej juon iaan āne ko ilo aelōñ in Kuajleen.Ibae
740.The islanders' style of taking a break; it's nice and long in duration.Ibbukuin ri-aelōñ kein; eṃṃan an aetok jetñaakin.ibbuku
741.Here comes a large wave -- warning to crew of small boat that a wave is about to break on them.Eibeb.ibeb
742.A series of waves will be coming soon.Ṃōttan wōt jidik ebar ibeb tok.ibeb
743.The ikbwij of Aur is delicious.Eowi ikbwij in Aur.ibkij
744.The lagoon side of this island is always having high tide.Ekaibwibwij iaarin āniinibwij
745.The outside around the house is full of water because of the heavy rain.Eḷap an wōt im kaibwijleplepe nebjān ṃweoibwijleplep
746.The outside around the house is full of water because of the heavy rain.Eḷap an wōt im kaibwijleplepe nebjān ṃweoibwijleplep
747.Weaving strands are made of pandanus leaves.Rej kōṃṃan idin ḷōḷō jān maañ.id
748.Investigation of an expert.Idajoñjoñin ri-kapeel.idajoñjoñ
749.The weaving strips of the mat are made from pandanus leaves dried by fire.Iden jaki eṇ kōṃṃan jān maañ rar.iden
750.The Portuguese men-o'-war on the ocean side of this islet really sting.Eḷap an idid aolōkin likin āninidid
751.The two of them shook hands. P70Erro ḷōḷḷap eo idik pein doon.idik
752.What's the size of the tuna he hooked?Ie dettan bwebwe eo koṇan?ie
753.There are more than enough baskets now for the amount of food we have.Eḷap an iepe (iepiepe) kiiō ñan joñan ṃōñā ṇe kiiō.iep
754.There are lots of rainbows today.Eiiaeae rainiin.iia
755.One of the women who removed bones from the fish, a bone got into her finger.Juon iaan ri-iiaak ek ro di ear dibōj pein.iiaak
756.Be careful in taking the meat off that fish for it has lots of bones.Kanooj iiaake ek ṇe bwe edidi.iiaak
757.They had a reunion after many years of absence from one another.Raar iiaieo ippān doon ālikin aer jako jān doon iuṃwin elōñ iiō. iiāio
758.It's good for all of us to get together.Eṃṃan adwōj iiāio.iiāio
759.There will be lots of time later.Elōñ iien tokālik.iien
760.After the spreading of the gravel, there is an evening meal to bring to an end the time of mourning. S14Ālikin eoreak eor kejota in kōjeṃḷọk iien būromej eṇ ñan armej eṇ.iien būroṃōj
761.After the spreading of the gravel, there is an evening meal to bring to an end the time of mourning. S14Ālikin eoreak eor kejota in kōjeṃḷọk iien būromej eṇ ñan armej eṇ.iien būroṃōj
762.The number of employees should be reduced.Kaiiet woran ri-jerbal.iiet
763.Make the amount of food for each person smaller.Kaietḷọk kijen juon armej.iiet
764.The bread she bakes smells of too much yeast.Eiijij an iiōk pilawā.iij
765.The man ate a whole loaf of breadḶeo ear kaiiouk juon pilawā im kañe.iio
766.Could you bring me a whole bag of breadfruit?Komaroñ ke kaiiouk tok juon paāk in im bōktok?iio
767.He went over to the Chief and the two of them started talking. P1346Ebar iioon irooj eo im erro kar kōnono.iioon
768.I hear around here that you are thinking of sailing to Likiep next week. P76Ij roñ ijekā ke kwōj ḷōmṇak in jerak ḷọkin wiik in ñan Likiep.ijekā
769.I've heard the sound of the chickens somewhere around here.Bao ko kein ij roñjaki ainikier ijōkākā.ijekākā
770.The traces of what they destroyed during the war were still there.Ijoko raar kakkuri ilo pata eo rej pād wōt jenkwāer.ijeko
771.The sight of that food makes me want to eat.Eḷap an kaijoḷjoḷ tok ṃōñā eṇ.ijoḷ
772.There are lots of stars tonight.Ej ijujui jọteen in.iju
773.The center of the wound on your arm is starting to heal shut.Eiktok mejān kinej ṇe peiṃ.ik
774.The fish of this islet are not poisonous.Ejjab ikaarar ikōn āniinikaarar
775.What make this islet have lots of fishTa ṇe ej kaike āniinike
776.People from the bottom of ocean (legend).Ri-ikjet.ikjet
777.The two of us stayed quiet awhile as Father was working; the only sound was the monkey wrench banging on the engine as he shifted back and forth in there. P720Kōṃro kar bar ikoñ iuṃwin jidik iien bwe epoub Jema im ainikien wōt kein jaḷjaḷ ko ke rej tōtōñtōñ ippān injin eo ke ej niñeañ rōkeañ ijo.ikōñ
778.But the two of us just remained silent and didn’t talk. P1255Ak kōmro kar ikōñ jān doon im jab kōkeroro.ikōñ
779.We just sort of roamed around the island.Kōm ar ikoeaak bajjek imeḷan āneoikueaak
780.It was obvious that one of the spotted sharks was fiercer than the rest because whenever it swam back and forth between the other sharks, they would all swim away. P1003Juon eo baj pako tiltil iaer ejaad alikkar an lāj jān aolep bwe ñe ej ikueaak ikōtaan pako ko jet, aolep im ewweaea ḷọkikueaak
781.Don't try to change the lifestyle of the family.Lale kwaar ikūr wāween an baaṃle ṇe mour ippān doon.ikūr
782.The color of the house's paint is distinctly bright.Eḷap an ilartok unokan mweeṇ.ilar
783.The men who are trolling caught lots of fishElōñ kwoṇan ri-ilarak ro.ilarak
784.The sound of the gun scared me.Iilbōk kōn ainikien bu eo.ilbōk
785.I was shocked to hear of his son's death.Ekailbōk ke ij roñ kōn mej eo an ḷadik eo nejin.ilbōk
786.Here is a string of fish.Juon e ilein ek.ile
787.I have fish string made of coconut rib.Juon e ile mālwe. ile
788.I am thinking of coming your way in the near future.Ij ḷōmṇak in iwōj ilju im men.ilju im men
789.There were multitudes of people mourning the dead president.Ear kanooj lōñ ri-lomeje būreejtōn eo.ilomej
790.There are lots of iṃiṃ at the lagoon side today.Eḷap an iṃiṃi iaar rainin.iṃiṃ
791.Who tore up these fine pieces of paper inside the house?Wōn e ear imkilkil peba ṇai ilowaan mwiin.imkilkil
792.Who tore up these pieces of paper?Wōn e ear imkili peba ?imkilkil
793.The spine of tuna fish.Iñin bwebwe.
794.The trunk of that coconut tree is twisted.Eiñiñtōk kāān ni eṇ.
795.Your line of thinking is off / twisted.Eiñ ḷōmṇak ṇe aṃ.
796.Spawn of the wicked.Ineen ri-nana.ine
797.A fleet of American warships.Inej in waan tariṇae ko waan Amedka.inej
798.A fleet of American war planes.Inej in baḷuun in waan tariṇae ko an Amedka.inej
799.Feeding of the multitude.Naajdikin inelep eo.inelep
800.One of the men who was carrying a bag of copra on his shoulder fell down.Juon iaan ri-inene waini ro ear okjak.inene
801.One of the men who was carrying a bag of copra on his shoulder fell down.Juon iaan ri-inene waini ro ear okjak.inene
802.They were carrying away bags of copra on their shoulders to the boat.Raar ineneḷọk pāāk in waini ñan booj eo.inene
803.They are carrying bags of copra on their shoulders.Rej inene pāāk in waini.inene
804.I was worried about the sound of the water so I used a can to bail it into a bucket. P348Iinepata kōn ainikien dān eo innem ijujen jibwe tok bakōj eo kab kuwat eo im jino kar āneninepata
805.Where is this ink of yours from?Inikin ia eo aṃ?inik
806.One of the women who made these grass skirts passed away.Juon iaan ri-inin ro, kōrā ro im raar kōmṃani in kein, eṃōj an bōk kakkije.inin
807.Right now there are lots of hasps in that store.Eḷap an injejje kiiō iṃōn wia eṇ.injej
808.What type of outboard motor is that?Kain injin ḷọk rot ṇeinjin ḷọk
809.What is the name of the engineer of that ship?Etan injinea eṇ an wa eṇ?injinia
810.What is the name of the engineer of that ship?Etan injinea eṇ an wa eṇ?injinia
811.The ships has three engineers. All three of them have graduated from mechanical engineering school.Ewōr jilu an tiṃa eṇ injinea. Aolep ri-injinea rein jilu raar diojḷọk jān jikuuḷ injinea.injinia
812.England is one of the countries of Europe.Iñlen ej juon iaan laḷ ko ilo Iorob.Iñlen
813.England is one of the countries of Europe.Iñlen ej juon iaan laḷ ko ilo Iorob.Iñlen
814.Who decorated the church with those colors of paint?Wōn ṇe ear inōke ṃōn jar ṇeinōknōk
815.Because the Marshallese language wasn’t put into writing until Westerners came, not many people living today know the legends of the Marshallese people. S13Kōnke kajin Ṃajeḷ ear jab pād ilo peba ṃae iien eo ear itok ri-pālle, ej jab kanooj lōñ armej rej mour wōt kiiō rejeḷā inọñ ko an ri-Ṃajeḷ.inọñ
816.However, he knows all kinds of stories, chants, and legends. P41Bōtab ejeḷā aolep kain bwebwenato, roro, kab inoñ.inọñ
817.That coconut tree has lots of coconut cloth.Eḷap an inpele ni eṇ.inpel
818.These pieces of lumber are all twisted.Eḷap an iñiñtōk aḷaḷ .iñtōk
819.After the bomb, the city was a wreck of twisted steel.Ālkin baaṃ eo, eiñtōktōk māāl ilo jikin eo.iñtōk
820.Lash this way from the other end of the canoe there.Kwōn inwijet tok jān jabōn kōrkōr ṇeinwijet
821.It is raining now (period of expecting rain implied).Io ewōt.io
822.Find the middle of the cake and cut it.Kaeolape keek ṇe im mwijiti.ioḷap
823.It is so wide that if you were right in the middle of it, you wouldn’t be able to see any islands. P1320Joñan an aitok ijin eḷaññe jej pād i eoḷapān, ejej āne en jej loe.ioḷap
824.That house a little to the north of here,” the old man answered. P204Ṃōṇeṇe iōñin waj ṃwiin jidik,” ḷōḷḷap eo euwaak.iōñ
825.The bird is on the roof of that house.Bao eo eṇ ioon mweeṇ.ioo-
826.They went to the interior of the island.Remoot eoojḷọk.iooj
827.They are looking for coconut sprouts in the interior of the land tract.Rej kaiuiu ioojin ṃweeṇiooj
828.The pigs are in the middle of the island.Piik ko rōpād iooj.iooj
829.They caught lots of mullet by using a long net.Raar leok im elōñ kwoṇāer iōōḷ.iōōḷ
830.What is the size of your waist.?Jete ṇe jaijin ipūṃ?ip
831.That piece of lumber is no good because it's crooked.Enana aḷaḷ ṇe bwe eip.ip
832.They dragged the bags of copra because they were too heavy.Raar ipep pāāk in waini ko kōn aer eddo.ipep
833.Okay, just stay there, because I'm going to drag one end of the board up on deck and through the doorway while you hold the other end; that way it won’t fall on you or the engine,” Father suggested. P677Ekwe, kwōn kab pād wōt ijeṇe bwe inaaj ekkotak lōñ ḷọk im iperi ḷọk ioon teek i lowaan kōjām ṇe ḷọk im kwōnaaj jibwe tu ḷokaer ilo iien eṇ ij kōtḷọki bwe ren jab wōtḷọk im ure eok kab injin ṇe,” Jema ekar kapilōk tok .ipep
834.He is one of the man who were fighting.Juon iaan ri-ire ro raṇe.ire
835.He has a bit of a mental defect.Eor jidik irḷọk ilo kōmālij eṇ an.irḷọk
836.He is the chief of the northern atolls.Irooj in ratak eañ.irooj
837.The children of an irooj (chief) are bwidak and they are also called irooj-iddik in the Ratak easternatolls.Bwidak ej irooj-iddik ilo aelōñ ko ilo Ratak.irooj-iddik
838.Call the policemen to take care of the drunkards who are fighting.Kairuj tok bwilijṃāāṇ bwe ren lale ri-kadek rej ire.iruj
839.It alarmed the community when the warship blew its horn on the oceanside of the island.Ekairuj jukjuk im pād eo ke ṃōnwa eo ej kōjañ jilel eo ie ilikin āneo āneeriruj
840.The crash of a huge ship could break the reef.Itaakin tiṃa eḷḷap erup wōd.itaak
841.Why are a lot of people milling around in the store?Ta ṇe ekōmṃan bwe en kaitileoñeoñ armej ilo ṃōn wia eṇ?itileoñeoñ
842.A lot of people are milling around in the store.Eitileoñeoñ armej ilowaan ṃōn wia eo.itileoñeoñ