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iapo [iaapo] v read Ruro merekeke ami'ai umo idodiai'ai, ara odi iapoi da. A child reading this story will know the dangers of jumping. (sem. domains: 3.5.1 - Say.)
iara v last Ka Mamuiore moire sikuri iarai Kikori Hai Sikuri hioida piripoi'omo. Then Mamuio and I went had our last year at Kikori High School, and then we were done. (sem. domains: 7.2.4 - Travel.)
iarodio [iAArodio] one: arodio. v watch over, look after, observe multiple items Rimoha ra riarodio. He is looking at us. Ro bu'i eito amumo dubi-otoi aiha ma oromiourioi, kamia idomai ma iarodioi epui eito. Put gumboots on before you go walking in the bush, look carefully ahead of you. Do'ou ubi ami'ai tui da hito iarodioi a'ai bia. Today you don't observe people carrying hito bags in their hands. (sem. domains: 2.3.1 - See.)
iate'emai one: ate'emai. v cover multiple items Omotui pauo bia - reto'a ga'u imibui a'ai, reto'a ga'u iate'emai a'ai. Weaving is not hard work - lift three up, leave three down. (sem. domains: 7.3.2.4 - Lift.)
ibi'a v put (it) into (a bag) ... ida Umuoma eviri da aiha poroibi'a. ... and suddenly he swam into Umuoma's net. (sem. domains: 7.5.9 - Put.)
ibiti v put (things) into (a bag) Hitoi da rimoro ma'o ma-o'ai ri rara ibiti ka. We put in them whatever we need to keep for later on. Beumai da iribiti. I put them in the bamboo. (sem. domains: 7.5.9 - Put.)
ibo [iBOo] v sow or plant Auhuti mea ha, hepui hobobo hi'ai da amibo, pa'eai rarai upi ha apo'oi a'ai kaumo. If you cultivate well and plant in very soft ground, the garden plants can grow healthily. syn: iodouti.
ibo'a n erima tree (sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.)
ibodiidio one: obodiidio. v
ibomai v smell Auoi ru tamai riboi ibomai da oruoi omahoroi ka. When the snake smelt the smell of his body, it started to come down. (sem. domains: 2.3.1 - See.)
ibuo n axe Ru'ai ibuoi da ireme'ebo-dumo, imirahiai. We chop the tree with axes and fell it. (sem. domains: 6.7 - Tool.)
ida adv until at last, when suddenly Miro mahumoi ierimo aiha pomoti, ida poahodi. Having drawn his bow, Miro just waited until at last the pig came into view. Adimoi iaraimai motoi, oboi ioru'o, dui iho, ida podu'ai mamui, ... In the afternoon, having returned to the house, and having washed and eaten, then at last he told his mother, ...
ide'a one: ede'a. v put (things) in, add (them) Rarai imidiaituti-biimoi ka, motoi da ide'ai ka. We took our gear up to the house and put it down. Ka moro bomoi ohuti-ka bu'ida kerekerei ide'ai ka. Then I butchered the pig in the bush, and put aside the piecies. Ka a'o didimoi ta'ota'o ma ide'amoi. After that put some grass in. (sem. domains: 7.5.9 - Put.)
idebi n tears, sobs, crying Mo kiauka odai ka Ramasu moto pamoi goroi da idebi piroto. But as for me, I went and sat under Namasu's old house and was weeping tears. (sem. domains: 3.4 - Emotion.)
idi v roll (fish) Ka abaro, ra upai emidi ka, omomodai ka ema'ai ka ... And father, when they rolled fish for him, would take it for him and give it to him ,,, (sem. domains: 1.6.1.5 - Fish.)
idi v black
idi'idi adj very black Mereri: ru gega hura ka, ru ihai goroi oratoti mia idi'idi hura keke. Watermelon: it is a large frunit whose centre is red and and there are little black seeds. (sem. domains: 8.3.3.3 - Colour.)
idiai v go up (the bank or away from river) Amo idiai didimo, mo mipai da oto'ai ka. After grandma had gone on up, I stepped into the mud. Duoduoi moro piridiai dui e'eboi ka, irahiai ka. In the morning I went up, and chopped the sago palm down. Io'ui'o oropoi'oi ru idiaika motoi-to. After finalising his plan, he went up to the house. Imei idiai da aiha puta'a karai mabui da. The crab crawled up and was lying under a mangrove tree. (sem. domains: 7.2.4 - Travel.)
ididi trans: emidi. v build (sem. domains: 6.5.1.1 - House.)
idio v drink Go'ota oboi ma idioi, re obo gimoi oropoi'oi a'ai. Coconut water should be drunk in order to heal diarrhoea. Kuriri ka turiaha himioi oboi-ro idioi a'ai. A woman takes a pill every day. (sem. domains: 5.2 - Food.)
ido'ai v drop a few (coconuts) Ruro reto'a go'ota obo ido'ai ka, erema'ai ka ru atai, mo atai. He dropped two green coconuts, and he drank one and I the other. (sem. domains: 7.2.2.5.1 - Fall.)
ido'o trans: omodo'o. v drop many (coconuts) go'ota ido'o drop many coconuts (sem. domains: 1.5.2 - Palm.)
idodiai one: ododia. v prepare or use things Rimoro hitoi hiro rarari ridodiaidio-kaumo. We use our traditional bags for many things. (sem. domains: 6.7 - Tool.)
idodo n eyebrow (sem. domains: 2.1 - Body.)
idodo v give name