adi aapa cat's cradle variety. ajp.
adipa adapa S (adapa) v. 1to put covering over the head, as an umbrella hat. yai epeaga yapara adipa the rain is coming so put your head umbrella on kimisu paina raguna adipa when you go on a journey put on a hat mogo aai yore nipu adipina with that banana leaf he puts it on (to shield from the rain) 2put on.
adipi sa to cover over. vp.
aditalo (mapata₂; ripinatalo) to want to arrest someone. v. adibatalo palua I want to take (him) to jail
ado kirita to comprehend, notice. vp.
adoba to look after something. v.
adokaru mea to recognize motive. vp.
adowaba to wait a little while. v.
adu₂ WES breast; teat. n. nogo naaki adu nalaaya the baby is breast feeding adu kala feed (the baby) milk
adu adawae naaki a weaned boy. NounC.
adu aroka pabea painful swollen breast. ajp.
adu kala to breast feed a child. vp.
adu na WE to suckle. v. go naakiri adu pa nala aya that boy is still breast-fed
adu pa nalae naaki WE unweaned child. ajp.
adu pia kadu pia E euphemism for death. v.
adu tapa lopea sagging breasts. ajp.
adu yota WS v. 1to suckle. 2sagging breasts, used in SK to describe women over middle-aged.