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sabati[sa.ba.ti][SU] sabati; [DA-SW] sabati; [DA-FB]; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] sabati1week2weekTi hamaisadi. Moni yai, e ena ti paisoa doha sabati, nate kuku yai.They pay them. (It is) with money, or if they work like (for) a week, then it is (with) tobacco.3Sunday1968
sabesabe[sa.be.-sa.be][SU] buyabuya; [DA-FB] sabesabe; [DA-FB] balebalelem; [DA-SS] sabesabe; [DH] sabesabe; [BH] balebalelemredSIL 114; SWA 188; 1968
sabina[sa.bi.-na][SU] sabina; [DA-FB] sabina; [DA-SS] sabina; [DH]; [BH] sabinatearsTo sabina ie tan, kadobi dahudahu yai ne, na diboli i saehai.Then he cried his tears, down there on the mudflats, and the tide is coming up.1968
sabina ie tan[sa.bi.-na][SU] sabina ie dou; [DA-FB] sabina ie tan; [DA-SS] sabina ie tan; [DH]; [BH] sabina ya tantearsTo sabina ie tan, kadobi dahudahu yai ne, na diboli i saehai.Then he cried his tears, down there on the mudflats, and the tide is coming up.1968
sabusabu[sa.bu.-sa.bu][SU] sabusabu; [DA-FB] sabusabu; [DA-SS] sabusabu; [DH] sabusabu; [BH] sabusabusmoothSWA 172; 1968
sadaina[sa.dai.-na][SU] gegesina; [DA-FB] sadaina; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] sadainabesideEdi luma, sadaina yai beto ganana.Their house, beside it (was) a banana fence.See also "gegesina," which is sometimes substituted from Suau.; 1968
sae[sae][SU] sae; [DA-FB] sae; [DA-SS] sae; [DH] sae; [BH] sae1go up, to2go east, to3go up: by move to a higher positionI nenesae, ie sae tupi yai.He crawled up, he went up to the peak.4go up: ascend to a higher level (as the tide)Na toma, goma wa, nogea ana moia sabina ie tan eee--, diboli ie sae.But that one, the boy wept tears for his fish until the tide came up.5go: to the east1968
saehai[sae.-hai][SU]; [DA-FB] saehai; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] saefahigo up (of the tide)To sabina ie tan, kadobi dahudahu yai ne, na diboli i saehai.Then he cried his tears, down there on the mudflats, and the tide is coming up.1968
saesae[sae.-sae][SU] saesae; [DA-FB] saesae; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH]beautifulI lau, ie ita nate. Ia waihin saesae alilina.He went and he saw her there. She was a very beautiful woman.1968
saga[sa.ga][SU] ie saga "he dances"; [DA-FB] a saga "I dance"; [DA-SS] saga; [DA-SS] bolele; [DH] saga; [BH] ya saga "he dances"; [BH] ya le'i "he dances"dance, toNate, duni yai wa, tie wana yo tie saga.there, at that village, they sang and danced.SIL 161; SWA 206; 1968
sagasaga[sa.ga.-sa.ga][SU] sagasaga; [DA-FB] sagasaga; [DA-SS] sagasaga; [DH] sagasaga; [BH] ho'owa; [BH] sagasaga (as loan word)1river2streamHede waihin i hamala we'u. Kalau otana, sagasaga na'ona yai.Then the woman became a stone. She remains over there inside the stream.SWA 019; 1968
sagasagabagi[sa.ga.-sa.ga.-ba.gi][SU]; [DA-FB]; [DA-SS] sagasagabagi; [DH]; [BH]dance and wait, toTie saga, ti sagasagabagi. Boyatu ti oidi.They danced; they danced and waited. They beat the drums.1968
saha[sa.ha][SU] saha; [DA-FB] saha; [DA-SS] saha; [DH] amoli; [BH] somo1what? used for content questions.Ewa! ginauli wa, saha iti ti alati?Wow! that thing, what is it that they are burning?2whatever: used for an unknown item or quantity.Age salai i an, yo age saha i anlodai.Pigs don't eat it, and nothing spoils it.SIL 130; SWA 138; 1968
saha yai[sa.ha yai][SU] haedi; [SU] saha yai; [DA-FB] saha yai; [DA-SS] saha yai; [DH] amoli ani; [DH] saha yai; [BH] somo yai; [BH] siyawhere?Saha yai ue bawa, e ige'e? Maudo'imiu au pe'i ohi?Where are you sitting,or not? Are all of you completely dead?SIL 133; SWA 139; 1968
salagomgom[sa.la.gom.gom][SU] salagomgom; [DA-FB] salagomgom; [DA-FB] malapota; [DA-SS] gelegele "sand}; [DH] salagomgom; [BH]seashoreSWA 021; 1968
salahi[sa.la.hi][SU] ya sala "I dig"; [DA-FB] a salahi "I dig"; [DA-SS] salahi; [DH] salahi; [BH] saladig, toSWA 197; 1968
salai[sa.lai][SU] salai; [DA-FB] salai; [DA-SS] salai; [DH] salai; [BH] salaipigAge salai i an, yo age saha i anlodai.Pigs don't eat it, and nothing spoils it.SIL 078; SWA x; 1968
salihua[sa.li.hu.a][SU]; [DA-FB]; [DA-SS] salihua; [DH]; [BH]1fish variety2salihuaMoiya esa hesana Salihua.There was a certain fish called Salihua.1968
sa'olai[SU]; [DA-IS] sa'olai; [DA-FB]; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH]1arrange s.th., to2set s.th. up, toOyagi 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.1968
sasagu[sa.-sa.gu][SU] heliam; [DA-FB] sasagu; [DA-SS] sasagu; [DH]; [BH] haidana1friends2companions: age matesNa ana sasagu age adi ti goli.But his companions didn't spear any of their own.3companions: brothersTa'iede, i aladahudahu. Gahu pouna ena sasagu tie ita.Then he ran down to the mudflats. His companions saw the column of smoke.1968
sau[sau][SU] sau; [DA-FB] sau; [DA-SS] sau; [DH] sau; [BH] sauwipe, toSWA 016; see also SWA #202 'rub', where Silosilo wordlist gave 'sau' instead of 'wosa' by mistake.; 1968
saudoudoi[sau.dou.doi][SU] saudoudoi; [DA-FB] saudoudoi; [DA-SS] x; [DH] x; [BH] safuhudohudo'itenSIL 142; SWA x; 1968
selepi[se.le.pi][SU] selepi; [DA-SW] selepi; [DA-FB]; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] selepislipwayO, edi selepi.O they have a slipway.1968
seuseuli[se.u.-se.u.li][SU] seuseuli; [DA-FB] seuseuli; [DA-SS] seuseuli; [DH] seuseuli; [BH] seuseulileft (side)SWA 176; 1968
siadagu[si.a.da.-gu][SU] siadagu "my bones"; [DA-FB] siadagu "my bones"; [DA-SS] siadagu "my bones"; [DH] siadagu "my bones"; [BH] siadagu "my bones"bones, mySIL 060; SWA 041; 1968

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