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o1[o][SU] o; [DA-FB] o; [DA-SS] o; [DH]; [BH] o; [BXH] e; [BXH] oorSaha yai ue bawa, o ige'e?"Where are you staying, or not? (i.e., are you not alive)1968
o2[o][SU] o; [DA-SW] o; [DA-FB]; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] ooh!O, edi selepi.O they have a slipway.1968
obio['o.bi.o][SU] ya tolo "he stands"; [DA-FB] a 'obio "I stand"; [DA-SS] 'obio; [DH] kobiyo; [BXH] ya 'obiyo "he stands"stand up, toSIL 016; SWA 208; 1968
ohi[SU] 'ohi; [DA-FB] ohi; [DA-SS] ohi; [DH] kohi; [BXH] ofifinished, to beMahudo'imiu au pe'i ohi?Are all of you dead-finish (completely dead)?1968
ohina['o.hi][SU] 'ohi; [DA-FB] ohi; [DA-SS] ohi; [DH] kohi; [BXH] ofifinishedAguto'i, agu pilipilidai ohina.My thanks, my story is finished.1968
oi['oi][SU] oi; [DA-FB]; [DA-SS] 'oidi "strike them"; [DH]; [BXH] oi1beat (a drum), toTie saga, ti sagasagabagi. Boyatu ti oidi.They danced; they danced and waited. They beat the drums..2chop down, toOyagi otiou yo mo'iau oyagina tie oi. The chopped down otiou and mo'iau trees. 3strike s.th., to1968
oilusae['oi.-lu.sae][SU]; [DA-FB]; [DA-SS] oilusae; [DH]; [BXH]go up in, toLebena yai, i oilusae, ena maina i eligali.he went up inside there, and he stripped his bush string.1968
olo'i['o.lo.'i][SU] 'oya tupina "mountain top"; [DA-FB] 'oya tupina "mountain top"; [DA-SS] 'olo'i; [DA-SS] 'oyana; [DH] koya; [BH] tu'a; [BXH] 'oyamountainSIL 099; SWA 011; 1968
omi'omi[SU] 'omi; [DA-FB] 'omi; [DA-SS] 'omi; [DH] 'omi; [BXH] umiyou.plOmi maudo'imiu tebe au pe'i ohi? O esa hai ue gela?Are all of you already dead? Or who is one who has run away?Enaba, "Yau Liuna. Na omi esa hai?"He said, "I am Liuna. but who are you?"SIL 169; SWA 135; 1968
on[on][SU] oa; [DA-FB] on; [DA-SS] on; [DH] oni; [BXH] umyou.sgSIL 163; SWA 132; 1968
opigu['o.pi.-gu][SU] opigu; [DA-FB] opigu; [DA-SS] bunugu; [DH] kopigu; [BXH] 'wapiguskin, mySIL 008; SWA 040; "Bark" and "skin" are often the same word. See also SIL #103, SWA #100.; 1968
opina['o.pi.-na][SU] 'opina; [DA-FB] 'opina; [DA-SS] 'opina; [DH] 'opina; [BXH] 'wapinabarkSIL 103; SWA 100; "Bark" and "skin" are often the same word. See also SIL #008, SWA #040.; 1968
opis[o.pis][SU]; [DA-SW] opis; [DA-FB]; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] opisofficeMa'edi opis.They have an office. [lit. with their office]1968
osinagu['o.si.na.-gu][SU] 'osinagu "my blood"; [DA-FB] 'osinagu "my blood"; [DA-SS] 'osinagu "my blood"; [DH] kosinagu "my blood"; [BH] 'wasinagu "my blood"blood, mySIL 061; SWA 042; 1968
oso'oso['o.so.-'o.so][SU]; [DA-FB]; [DA-SS] oso'oso; [DH]; [BH] pwahocoughNate, bomna wa esana Bom Oso'oso, widi duadualina yai.There, that pool was called "Coughing Pool," in the middle of the bush.SIL 159; SWA x; 1968
ota['o.ta][SU] ota; [DA-SW] ota; [DA-FB] ota; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] ota1stay, to2remain, toNa iamo, itibom ti laoma, na edi an'an edi luma yai mo ie ota.But just one thing , they [Biula people] come themselves, but their food just remains at their houses.See also otana; When "ota" is used as a verb, it is always with an Initial-2, or agentless construction.; 1968
otana['o.ta.-na][SU] 'otana; [DA-FB] 'otana; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] 'otanaremainingHede, waihin i hamala we'u, Kalau otana, sagasaga na'ona yai.So the woman became a rock. There she remains inside the stream.1968
oya['o.ya][SU] 'oya tupina "mountain top"; [DA-FB] 'oya tupina "mountain top"; [DA-SS] 'olo'i; [DA-SS] 'oyana; [DH] koya; [BH] tu'a; [BH] 'oyamountainEna aba mia bonali yai, bonali oyana yai.Where he lived was at the limestone, at a limestone mountain.Doha, oya esa esana Wawinolewa.Like, there is a certain mountain called Wawinolewa.SIL 099; SWA 011; 1968
oyagi['o.ya.gi][SU] 'oyagi; [DA-FB] 'oyagi; [DA-SS] 'oyagi; [DH] koyagi; [BH] 'oyagi1tree2wood3treeEna alahia wa i alugaibui. I dobi. Oyagi yai ie hutu....He threw his spear hopelessly. It went down. It stuck in a tree...4wood5firewood6fireOyagi i abihai, i sa'olai. Ana gulewa i abihai, i sa'olai.She took the fire out and arranged it. She took the cooking pot out and arranged it.SIL 038; SWA 099; See also SIL #023, SWA #107 "fire" which can be distinguished with a modifying word, but often is referred to simply as 'oyagi."; 1968
oyagi alatina['o.ya.gi 'a.la.ti-na][SU] 'oyagi 'alasina; [DA-FB] 'oyagi 'alatina; [DA-SS] 'oyagi; [DH] koyagi; [BH] 'oyagi 'ala'alanafireSIL 023; SWA 107; See also SIL #038, SWA #099 "tree." the expression for fire can be distinguished with a modifying word, but often is referred to simply as 'oyagi."; 1968
oyowa[o.yo.wa][SU] kedewa; [DA-FB] kedewa; [DA-SS] oyowa; [DH] kedewa; [BH] waiyowadogSIL 013; SWA 086; 1968