West Kewa - English


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ada-kagu(ada-kagure) a type of flora. n. gen: repena .
ada-kagure (adare) ada-kagu
adakarulook at intentions. n. nipuna kone aba adakaru meawa ; nipuna kone aba adakaru mua pogola epawa I perceived what he intended to do (ie I knew what his thoughts were) ; I saw what he
ada-ke ada-kele
ada-keleE(ada-ke) side of a house. NounC.
ada-kerogaada-kakua Elower beam of a lean-to house. NounC.
adalobanana variety. n. gen: aai ; syn: obo .
adalocockroach. n. gen: pameda-riti ; syn: alurai 1 .
ada-loparatop of fireplace to dry . NounC. syn: koae madaa .
adalu ribuStall cylindrical house associated with the Ribu cult. n.
ada-maluaeada-piki EThe front area (including the peak) of a gable house, where bones are fastened. n.
ada-masaback of house. NounC. ada masanane the back area of the house
adameato make friends. v. ada mua puapa we met and went together
ada-menaada-mena Sdomestic pig. NounC. gen: mena .
adami-aaadami-ali ESfriend. ie. nina adami meda Kagua aaya a friend of mine lives in Kagua niri nina adamimi epope laadaa pulu a friend of mine said come, so I am going syn: adami-yago ; syn: adami-yago .
adami-yagoa friend ; one who helps someone. NounC. syn: adami-aa ; syn: adami-aa .
adaniaav. 1looking downward. syn: kubuniaa . 2to be dying. adaniawa omeme they look downward and then die
adanyaElooking downward. v.
adapa adipa
adapeto look at. v.
ada-pigiada-piki Ecenterpost of house. NounC.
ada-pirahouse roof. NounC.
ada-pokavariety of small rat that is found primarily in houses. n. gen: wasa .
ada-poloada-purula Ehouse gable. NounC.
ada-puka(ada-pukama) house hallway. NounC. alurai ada pukupara pirala cockroaches are in the hidden parts of the house syn: pukama .