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tutu

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1.Ajiri ro rar tutu im ijjiliblib ilo dān eo.The children took a bath and splashed in the water.jejelōblōb
2.Ear tutu ilo jikin tutu eṇ.He took a bath in the bathroom.jikin tutu
3.Ear tutu ilo jikin tutu eṇ.He took a bath in the bathroom.jikin tutu
4.Ejjir ioon jimeeṇ eṇ kōn an tutu.The concrete floor is wet and slippery.jijir
5.Eḷak tutu kaḷ eo an, erraakak ajri eo.When his diaper got wet, the child wailed.rōraakak
6.Eḷap ḷọk an armej ro aer aebōj laḷ kein karreoiki bwe ren erreo im jab kōṃṃan nañinmej ñan er ñe rej tutu, idaak, ak kōṃṃan ṃōñā ilo aebōj laḷ kein.More people clean their cisterns so that they are pure and don’t make them sick if they bathe, drink, or make food at these cisterns. [S22]rōreo
7.Eṃṃan tutu kōn bwijinbwije ippa.I like using a coir fibre when bathing.bwijinbwije
8.Ijọ kōn tutu ilo naṃ eṇ ikōtaan Jenkā im Ḷōtoonke tōre ko kōmjel jinō im jema kar jokwe im kowainini ilo Jālukra.I used to swim in the salt-water pool that lies between Jenkā and Ḷōtoonke when I went with my parents to make copra at Jālukra wāto (on Emejwa Islet on Likiep).naṃ
9.Jaake waj lōbbọ e im lōbboiki ororin bao ṇe bwe bao kaṇe ren jab tutu.Hand over the cover to put over the chicken coop to keep the chickens from getting wet.lōbbọ
10.Jab anemkwōje aṃ tutu iarDon't swim without asking permission.anemkwōj
11.Jab kajjiliblib dān ṇe bwe jenaaj tutu.Don't splash the water or we might get wet.jejelōblōb
12.Joobin tutu.Bathing soap.joob
13.Kaaṃbwidilāiki bwe en jab ḷap an tutu.Provide him with an umbrella so he doesn't get too wet.aṃbwidilā
14.Kōjparok aṃ tutu iaar bwe eaolōke kiiō.Beware of the Portuguese man-o’-war in the lagoon because there are plenty of them at this time.bwe
15.Kōjparok aṃ tutu iaar bwe eaolōke kiiō.Beware of the Portuguese man-o-war in the lagoon because there are plenty of them at this time.aolōk
16.Kōnke wōjḷā ko etto rejọ kōn kōṃṃan jān maañin bōb, rūtto ro rōkōn aikuj āj atro kein lōbboiki bwe ren jab tutu im ṃọḷeḷeBecause the sails of old were made from woven pandanus leaves, our ancestors necessarily had to weave atro for covering their canoe sails to prevent them from getting soaked.lōbbọ
17.Kwōn bōbrae ḷadik eo jān an tutu iarStop the boy from swimming in the lagoon.bōbrae
18.Kwōn joobe ānbwinniṃ ilo aṃ tutu.Soap your body when you bathe.joob
19.Kwōn ṇautōn ḷọk bwe en tutu.Give him some water so he can bathe right away.ṇautōn
20.Kwōn tutu bwe en jako aṃ ajjiḷapḷap.Take a bath to get rid of your offensive body odor.ajjiḷapḷap
21.Kwōn tutu in kwōlej bwe eawa.Just rinse yourself off because it's time (to go).tutu in kwōlej
22.Kwōn tutu ṃoktaTake a bath first.tutu
23.Limtake peiṃ bwe enaaj tutu jōōt ṇeRoll up your sleeves or your shirt will get wet.limtak
24.Lio eabwin tutu bwe epiọ.She refused to bathe because it was chilly.abwin
25.Lio ej kōjjarjare bōran ālkin an tutu.The girl exposes her hair for drying after taking a bath.jarjar
26.Ṃokta jān an itok armej in pālle ñan Ṃajeḷ, ri-Ṃajeḷ rōkein kōjerbal eṃṃak, aebōj laḷ, kab lọjet ñan tutu, aṃwin, im idaak.Before Westerners came to the Marshalls, people used to use tree catchments, cisterns, and ocean water for bathing, washing hands, and drinking. [S22]ṃōṃak
27.Ñe eṃōj tutu inaaj ṃōñāWhen I have finished bathing I will eat.ñe

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