Vernacular - English


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e13; QUES; POSS; DEF2yes, interrogativecfema2
eavn-Longstick (to carry a load on one's shoulders)
eaIRR; lice
eatn-Roundwood, treeea etavabranchea kitetetechip of woodea kotipibarkea olututop of the treeea tautufruitea ulivithe top of the treeea valupuleaf, greenea vopupuleaf, greenea vopebridgeea etamebranchea valavebloom of the treeea kotiato bark the tree
ealitn-Roundsmall branches, interdiction, symbolic fence kania ealite kinaPut the interdiction on the road.ealite leuto break the interdiction
ealialecfpilu
ealopbranch
eamPRO
eamutfruit
eanelazyvale eanelazy manean lato be tiredcfkovelo
eivsay, state, nameeh! oh!for callingei ati!eh! father
einefar
eiteight
ekelekeleriches, accumulated riches
elaprepareela aprepare for dance by washing & dressing up.
elaivn-Longshrub (of which the leaves are used for the invitation to a dance)elaivi inigive the eavalav leaves (invite to the dance)
elalavn-Longbubble, bubbling, steamip ulo elalat mataithe water is boilingelalatububbling, boiling
elalatslaver, foam
elalatudrooling person
elametsleepelamete voe alava ato have a long sound sleep
elavarest, stop the workelav lato rest, to become happy, to hopenu kimuv elav laeayour heart will be happy
eleinear therecflelei
eleioadvoutside
elolovshriekelolovo tashriek imploring
eluelucicada (singing after the sunset), cricketeluelu tai, nanei vela maitua lapalet us go back quickly to the village, the cicada is singing.eluelu tato speak low, to whisper