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kaan. 1an odour. kaame omalo I am overcome by the smell waare kaa gialemepulu niri nanalua because that sugar cane smells I won't eat it 2a scent. irikai kaade meda ipua yaa kutade luabu nabala aaya the dog picks up the sent of the chickens and will eat all of them
kaasprouts or base of sugarcane after cutting main part. n. go kaa pia yaere aje pae what is that thing with the odor maa kaa taro tuber syn: lomo .
kaaa forked stick. n. syn: eperapi yae poko .
kaa meato smell something. v. Yogere pusitimi rabu nimu kaa meme. When there is a mumu they can smell it.
kaa paitasmell pleasant. ajp.
kaa pea(dial. var. kaa pi yae) something that just smells (habitual). v.
kaa pi yae dial. var. of kaa pea
kaade kinaako
kaaibanana. n. gen: aai .
kaakamafontanel, membrane-covered opening between bones of infant's skull. n.
kaakewhite-colored. adj.
kaake pito be colored white. ajp.
kaake piawhite color. ajp. le kaake to show whites of eyes
kaakomafontanel. n. kaakoma iri bald-headed
kaako-paalepiece of tree bark for a belt. ajp.
kaaku tasound of pig snorting. vp.
kaalaen. 1tree variety. go repena kaalae neme so Wagalu ria epawa I go this kaalae tree up and Wagalu and carried it here gen: repena . 2pandanus variety. gen: aga .
kaalarelight brown, as water in a swamp. adj.
kaalered color. adj.
kaalekesister's husband of male ego. n.
kaale-nogoorphan girl. NounC.
kaalepariver stones. n.
kaalo rubua kupaapu ruboa
kaaloaeredness of flowers or ground. adj.
kaaloangaSalternate term for mole cricket. n. gen: bolo puna itinu ; syn: bolo .