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ta[ta][SU] ta; [DA-SW] ta; [DA-FB] ta; [DA-SS] ta; [DH] ta; [BH] te {RE]; [BH] ta [IR]we [IN] [SM]Ita ada ao doha. Ta pepe'i, na yaluyaluada.We, our appearance is like (them). We die, and (they are) our spirits.1968
taba[ta.ba][SU] taba; [DA-FB] 'ati; [DA-SS] taba; [DH] kati; [BH] ibeifEdi mauli, taba ti laoma, age ta itadi.Their (way of) life, if they (spirits) come, we don't see them.See also "ena" when.; SWA 147; "If" and "when" sometimes overlap in their usage.; 1968
tabataba[ta.ba.-ta.ba][SU] tabataba; [DA-FB] tabataba; [DA-SS] dabalala; [DH] dabalala; [BH] magagana; [BH-LF] magagawideSWA 181; 1968
Taboina[ta.boi.na][SU]; [DA-FB] Taboina; [DA-SS] Taboina; [DH]; [BH]TaboinaAi Taboina bolebolele. Ai sae, ai bolele.We Taboina (are) dancers. We go up to dance.Taboina is the name of a village SE of Silosilo, near Silosilo Point.; 1968
tahuhai[ta.hu.-hai][SU]; [DA-FB] tahutahu; [DA-SS] tahuhai; [DH]; [BH] laulautaforun off, toI tahuhai. I dalasae oya hesana Gado Gilabaya.He ran off. He climbed up a mountain called Gado Gilabaya.SIL 155; SWA x; 1968
tahutahu[ta.hu.-ta.hu][SU]; [DA-FB] tahutahu; [DA-SS] tahuhai; [DH]; [BH] laulautaforun off, toOyagi i abihai. I lau, i tahutahu eee, ne.He grabbed the fire. He went and went running off, to there.SIL 155; SWA x; 1968
ta'iede[ta.'i.e.de][SU] ta'iede; [DA-FB] ta'iede; [DA-SS] ta'iede; [DH]; [BH] taiyedethenTa'iede, moiya wa i gela'ahuledi.Then he ran away and left the fish.I lau eee--, mala ie tom hanahanau, ta'iede, ana iyala tie hotu.time passed and the break of dawn approached, and then his enemies arrived.1968
tainagu[tai.na.-gu][SU] beagu "my ear"; [DA-FB] beagu "my ear"; [DA-SS] tainagu "my ear"; [DH] tainagu "my ear"; [BH] beyagu "my ear"ear, mySIL 026; SWA 047; 1968
tamagu[ta.ma.-gu][SU] tamagu; [DA-FB] tamagu; [DA-SS] tamagu; [DH] tamagu; [BH] tamagufather, mySIL 073; SWA 034; 1968
tamana tinana[ta.ma.-na ti.na.-na][SU] tamana sinana; [DA-FB] tamana tinana; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] tamana tinana1parents2father and mother (his)Tamana tinana waga ti awai, ti dobi hesabana.His father and mother rode in thew canoe and they went down for his sake.1968
tan[tan][SU] tan; [DA-FB] tan; [DA-SS] tan; [DH] tani; [BH] tan; [BH] tani1cry, to2weep, toAge i monou, ie tan mo.he doesn't stop, he just cries.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
tano[ta.no][SU] tano; [DA-FB] tano; [DA-SS] tano; [DH] tano; [BH] tanohi1earth2groundSIL 097; SWA 009; 1968
tataota.-tau][SU] tatao; [DA-FB] tatao; [DA-SS] tatao; [DH]; [BH] tataumenPlural form of man. See "tau" man.; 1968
tatao haligigi tie pe'i[ta.-tao ha.li.gi.gi tie pe.'i][SU] tatao haligigi se mate; [DA-FB] tatao haligigi tie pe'i; [DA-SS] tatao haligigi tie pe'i; [DH] tatao haligigi tie pe'i; [BH] tatao faligigi sa pe'ione hundredSWA 130; This is part of a roman numeral-like counting system, built upon fives, tens, and twenties. Twenty is "tau esega ie pe'i" or 'one man dead,' and one hundred is literally "five men dead."; 1968
tau[tau][SU] tau; [DA-FB] tau; [DA-SS] tau; [DH] tau; [BH] taumohomanIa iyala tauna. Ena aba mia bonali yai, bonali oyana yai.He was a fighting man. Where he lived was in the limestone, on a limestone mountain.Ta'iede, tatao tebe tie lau.Alright then, the men had already gone on.SIL 010; SWA 030; "Tatao" is the plural form.; 1968
tau miainatau mi.a-i.-na][SU]; [DA-FB] taumiaina; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH]1one who lives s.wh.2neighborEdi numa gegesina yai, numa esa tau miaina, doga i halibadi, i go.A person beside their house spoke to them, one who lived in another house, and he said.1968
tau uli'uli[tau 'u.li.-'u.li]ones who write[SU]; [DA-SW] tau uli'uli; [DA-FB]; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] tau uli'uli1clerks2one's who writeEnadi tau uli'uli.(They have) their clerks.1968
taupaisoa[tau.pai.so.a][SU] taupaisoa; [DA-SW] taupaisoa; [DA-FB] taupaisoa; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] taupaisoa1workmen2workers3servantsYo sitoakipa, yo taupaisoa yo--and they have storekeepers and workers, and--1968
tebe[te.be][SU] tebe; [DA-FB] tebe; [DA-SS] tebe; [DH]; [BH] ha'aalreadyTa'iede, tatao tebe tie lau.Alright then, the men had already gone on.Omi 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?1968
ti[ti][SU] si; [DA-FB] ti; [DA-SS] ti; [DH] ti; [BH] satheyTi abilau, ti tolesae waga yai, yo i hamala mota.They grasped him; they put him up in the canoe, and he became a snake.1968
tie[ti.e][DA-FB] tie; [DA-SS] tie; [BH] sathey [RE]Wawaya tataodi tie ale.The little boys went fishing with spears.See also "ti". With only a few exceptions "tie" is almost always used when preceeding a two syllable verb in realis mode.; variant of: 'ti' they.; 1968
tinaegu[ti.nae.-gu][SU] sinaegu "my intestines"; [DA-FB] tinaegu "my intestines"; [DA-SS] tinaegu "my intestines"; [DH] tinaegu "my intestines"; [BH] tinahegu "my intestines"1intestines2gutsSWA 075; 1968
tinagu[ti.na.-gu][SU] sinagu "my mother"; [DA-FB] tinagu "my mother"; [DA-SS] tinagu "my mother"; [DH] tinagu "my mother"; [BH] tinagu "my mother"mother, myNa tamana yo tinana ti la gana.But his father and his mother went to the garden.SIL 074; SWA 035; 1968
tiwa[ti.wa][SU] siwa; [DA-FB] tiwa; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH] tiwarecede (of tide)Asubena esa yai, malatomtom yai, magu ie tiwa, datu yai.One day, in the morning, the tide went out, at its lowest ebb stage.1968
to[to][SU] abotai; [DA-FB] to; [DA-FB] boto; [DA-SS]; [DH]; [BH]thenTo natumiu ana moia ti gilihai.Then they stole his fish.1968

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