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waawali Egeneric term for sugarcane. n. spec: akena, kalainya, abu-rogenea, aawaa, adaa-awaawaa, ipa yapa, kayabo-gu, kegaa, kega, kege-rema, kurupa, maka 1, makipa, paaki-nagaa, pana, waape, kabo, alaina, eba, kayabo, lobaina, maakipa, pai-lobaina, para, pinia, pina-epera 2, pora-wi, puri-pata, ruki, serali, yada 1, yapo, yo-lobaina, waa-kekapua, waa-ini, waa-peago, waa-agi, waa-apaa, yaapo, yo-lobaina, karepe, kaiyabo . Sacharum officinarum
waaSbird variety. n. gen: yaa .
waa nawali na Eeat/suck sugarcane. vp.
waa-abusugar cane skin. NounC.
waa-agisugarcane main stalk. NounC. gen: waa .
waa-apaasugarcane juice. NounC. gen: waa .
waa-enethe joints of the sugarcane stalk. NounC.
waagarumaEhornbill. n.
waagasu picrooked. ajp. syn: paaki pi ; syn: kano pi .
waa-inithe tassles or flowers of the sugarcane. NounC. gen: waa .
waakabarara Egovernment work. n. abadere pama karapusa waaka pisima formerly we just did slave work [ie jail work] niri waaka nebonane aru I waited along the side of the big road
waa-kekapuathe sugarcane bits and refuse after being chewed. NounC. gen: waa .
waalav. 1to teach. 2to show. masaa waalalo I am turning my back
waaliloEintestines. n.
waa-pesugar cane pole. NounC.
waapesugarcane variety with a large yellow stalk, large leaves and lots of juice. n. gen: waa .
waapea sugarcane pole. n.
waa-peagosugarcane sprouts. NounC. gen: waa ; syn: waa-si .
waa-pitaaPandanus language for hand. ie.
waapu-apaa(kawi) pointed palm arrow. NounC.
waa-sisugarcane sprouts. NounC. syn: waa-peago .
waa-yapalarge marsupial variety that lives in the lowlands. n. gen: yapa .
wato disassociate oneself from an act. v. ni rapa gipiaga wa Since I don't want to play, forget it
-wa1st singular past tense. v.
-wa(dial. var. -wo) s subj benefactive. coordconn.