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taClass 1 verbsay, tell, speak, talknu taileyou sayakove taealevado not say a wordala tato say forna tauade tailiI'm speaking tauadenune ulo teole lai taile?where did you say you are going?nu tale aias you saidnu tale ateyour said wordta kanato teach (lit. to say the trace...)luite tato spit (to make spittle)laliat tamatomorrow (the light done)ta-anato split, to cleave, to chopmi-tato bringkana tato chew, to sawpulait tato plant beanstakanashow, teach
taana2split asunder, cleave (wood), chug (jirgwggg)inave tanato split asunder the bush-string
taana1Class 2 verbsplit, tear, cleave (wood), chog (firewood)inave taanato split asunder the bush-string
taiatClass AT nounspeech
taienaClass 2 verblift higher
taimapaClass P nounpandanus
tainanuClass 1 nounmosquito net
taipiClass P nounwild pandanus
takanaClass 2 verbtake a wifeu ulo lakanatasomebody took a wife
takitiClass T nountime to pay tax
tala kacftalaa
talaacftala kaClass 1 verbswallowvalive kana talato masticate and swallow the food
talaiClass 1 nounwild palm tree
talala swallow
talalatasplit, be torn
talamuClass 1 noundrum
talanascratch, split
talapaClass P nouncord, twist into cord, rib, kind of tree (of which the bark is used for making string, string bag)
talavataClass T nounoath, words of oath
talelecfmemeneClass 1 nounplenty, many, a great manyiva taleleivemany women
taleleataClass AT nounalways, for ever
talienaClass 2 verbcomb, parting (of hair)avut tale enato comb one's hairate tivu ato comb the hair (lit. the head)
talo enacftalona
taloenalet go while holding up or pullingmi talc enato slacken, to relax, to loosen
talolaClass 1 nounkind of big prawn, shrimp