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  1. Kwōmaron̄ ke etal OR Kom, maron̄ ke etalWhere are you going?

          

  2. kwaar idaak jete ni?...

          

  3. wiinwin

          

  4. Ewi Jon̄an am, nan̄inmejHow sick are you?

          

  5. iI

          

  6. marmarnecklace

          

  7. rōbanThey will not

          

  8. nuujJune

          

  9. ejan̄in alikkarIt hasnʻt been decided yet

          

  10. Kwōj etal n̄an ia?will you be hungry?

          

  11. bokhere you go (when giving something to someone)

          

  12. inaaj būrom,ōjI will be sad

          

  13. ebooļ aō sisterI walk fast

          

  14. ium,winunder or for (a certain amount of time)

          

  15. jiitsheet

          

  16. Remaron̄ eọn̄ōd raininI didnʻt know how to fish when I came

          

  17. oranwe (inclusive) -subjunctive

          

  18. Im ta?road

          

  19. jan̄to cry, make a nouse, play on radio

          

  20. OktobaOctober

          

  21. kōm banWe (exclusive) will not

          

  22. kwōj et?what are you doing?

          

  23. Edik an emmanhow much?

          

  24. jab bar iukkureIt is big enough

          

  25. Raar maron̄They could

          

  26. jejewrite

          

  27. um,m,a kisshalf

          

  28. jeachair

          

  29. tūraktruck

          

  30. armejnecklace

          

  31. kilajclass

          

  32. Ejọkkutkut am eọn̄ōdWe (exclusive) have eaten

          

  33. Ijaje aōI can swim

          

  34. awago

          

  35. Ejab lukkuun em,m,anHe doesnʻt like

          

  36. nising/song

          

  37. ioonon

          

  38. Eita Joe?Whatʻs the matter with Joe?

          

  39. Imaron̄ rọọl iljuThey may go fishing today

          

  40. ọọjhorse

          

  41. m,wilcall on the radio/telephone

          

  42. jerbalwork

          

  43. Ibar nan̄inmejbecause you are sick

          

  44. karọọlto cause to leave

          

  45. wōdwōdfinished, done

          

  46. kūtachapter

          

  47. Jouj im etal2 oʻclock

          

  48. ijab lukuun jelā eọn̄ōdI really donʻt know how to fish

          

  49. kōmmaroWe (me and him) are thirsty

          

  50. kilepļọk (jān kwe)bigger (than you)

          

  51. diwōjto exit

          

  52. Er rūkakiThey are teachers

          

  53. ka-(noun)look for (noun)

          

  54. kōminaaj iukkure...

          

  55. wawacooked

          

  56. karum,wij am, kōnonoto talk

          

  57. kaiuiuhunt for coconut seedlings

          

  58. rim,ajelI understand

          

  59. meļọkļọkforget

          

  60. Elukkun nanaIʻm doing really bad

          

  61. -ļọk-er

          

  62. kọọjoj jakiYou (singular)

          

  63. i-go

          

  64. tebōļtable

          

  65. Ekkā wōt an nan̄imejHe is sick very often

          

  66. mijakice

          

  67. weilline

          

  68. -tokfore a long time

          

  69. tutuwet, get wet, shower, bathe

          

  70. Koṃṃol ak ij jabNo thank you

          

  71. ṃōņōņōwear/put on

          

  72. koṃYou will not

          

  73. baankekpancake

          

  74. ibanI will not

          

  75. ewi jon̄anhow much?

          

  76. pijeksit

          

  77. laddikboy

          

  78. tim,aWestern Ship

          

  79. jittakeastern half of an island

          

  80. Kōmcare

          

  81. Kwe etwhat are you doing?

          

  82. ṃaresee that

          

  83. jiluthree

          

  84. me

          

  85. m,okta jān iukkurebefore playing

          

  86. Ek rōtwhat kind of fish?

          

  87. Kōmar Rūkakiso/therefore

          

  88. ļapa lot

          

  89. mọọrọrtowel

          

  90. riutiejVIP (high person)

          

  91. emman am, kōmmaneHe didn't know

          

  92. tonaajdonut

          

  93. bwillōn̄ or ilbōkbut,, what about, or (when asking questions)

          

  94. emānthan

          

  95. kilōkto tattle, to report

          

  96. woņānorange

          

  97. ej riabeastern half of an island

          

  98. ippānIʻm cold

          

  99. karjinkerosene

          

  100. bōbpandanus

          

  101. kōrāus (inclusive)

          

  102. jittowestern half of an island

          

  103. ijaje eọn̄ōdI donʻt know how to fish

          

  104. eļan̄n̄eif

          

  105. em,ōj an Colleen m,ōn̄āI havenʻt eaten

          

  106. pinļeļpencil

          

  107. kọọjojuse a blanket

          

  108. Iaar etal n̄an Ebeye juon alenYou told them to work

          

  109. jijetsit

          

  110. wōtwear a hat

          

  111. ta unin ami m,ōn,ōn,ō?They do it badly

          

  112. jibuunscared, fear

          

  113. m,ōn jikuulSchool building

          

  114. joun tọujinTo him/her/it/them (away from you and I)

          

  115. eļ-Go! (very direct)

          

  116. Reitōn pād ioon laeI am going to play (soon)

          

  117. rūkakiteacher

          

  118. joļọk bōdIʻm sorry, to apologize

          

  119. bar lewojgive back to you

          

  120. Kaijin m,ajeļto remind

          

  121. bwirohate

          

  122. iaar kajjion̄ tallōn̄ ni eoCan I play

          

  123. jiln̄oulsky, weather

          

  124. meninmour40

          

  125. aolepinformal word used at the end of the sentence when talking to a woman or girl

          

  126. Kwōn jouj im etal OR Kom,in jouj im etalPlease be kind and go (very polite)

          

  127. etanto me/us (toward where I am)

          

  128. aōtokswim to me / swim to here

          

  129. jijinon̄oulto try (to)

          

  130. kikey

          

  131. dibone

          

  132. He, She, It

          

  133. Bojrak n̄e kwōmōkwhat kind of?

          

  134. rikọọtthief

          

  135. kanoojkerosene

          

  136. when (not a question) or if̄n̄e

          

  137. Tu ia?what?

          

  138. letokgive to me

          

  139. joļọk iien or kọkkure iienwaste tine

          

  140. jipan̄help

          

  141. āneisland, land

          

  142. jaam,Why/How

          

  143. Kwōj jab rūkakiYou are not a teacher

          

  144. Raan in ta in?need to

          

  145. imkey

          

  146. Elukkun EṃṃanIʻm great

          

  147. Edik am m,ōn̄ā You donʻt eat very much...

          

  148. āliktatalast

          

  149. ni ko jetthe other coconuts

          

  150. pāākbag

          

  151. Ij jan̄in eọn̄ōdI havenʻt fished yet

          

  152. jabno

          

  153. when (past tense)ke

          

  154. kōnnaan or kōnonowere you hungry?

          

  155. liFeliciaFelicia(informal)

          

  156. kalibbukwelook for shells

          

  157. jōn̄oul ralitōk18

          

  158. tiDo what?

          

  159. Ej eṃṃan wōtThatʻs okay

          

  160. em,ōj ami m,ōn̄āNot know

          

  161. Jon̄oul am, pinjeļYou will have two brothers

          

  162. karajrajto tattle, to report

          

  163. oktakdifferent (from)

          

  164. ratimjounnine

          

  165. Jijino taļa lemn̄oul jāān6.5

          

  166. petpet niwet, get wet, shower, bathe

          

  167. Amy etall, every, everything, everybody

          

  168. rọọl n̄e em,ōjleave when it is finished

          

  169. Kwaar lo aō etalYou saw me go

          

  170. Jaar rijikuuļsheet

          

  171. ibwijhigh tide

          

  172. Emakijikijoften

          

  173. joobobuse soap

          

  174. m,ōjin jerbalYou are drinking

          

  175. em,ōj an m,ōn̄āHe already ate

          

  176. n̄e ej jabor (this or that)

          

  177. kōbaļuunwait for the airplane

          

  178. Kwōj idaakwell

          

  179. jelā ke kwōj iukkureI am going to play (soon)

          

  180. Ij eọn̄ōd bwe in m,ōn,ōn,ōWhy are you guys happy?

          

  181. kōjparokgray

          

  182. peenennews

          

  183. maron̄thirsty

          

  184. jenwe (inclusive) -subjunctive

          

  185. lemn̄oulanimal

          

  186. Jackson enaaj pād ioon ujaeJackson will son be on Ujae

          

  187. leļọkvisitor (there)

          

  188. kimejpalm frond

          

  189. Iokwe KoṃLove/you(plural)

          

  190. JadedeSaturday

          

  191. -tatachapter

          

  192. aetcare

          

  193. Koṃṃol ak ij jab kijōrNo thank you

          

  194. Rou awa jimattanWhat time do you have?

          

  195. Jouj im jab lam,ōjPlease donʻt shout

          

  196. wōtboat, vehicle

          

  197. ekkan̄sharp

          

  198. Ij iukkure jet ienvery, really, absolutely, totally

          

  199. Jen iukkureLetʻs play

          

  200. ritarin,aecriminal, outcast (bad person)

          

  201. ṃaṃamom

          

  202. m,ōjin am jerbalafter you work

          

  203. kọpecoffe

          

  204. wōtjketree

          

  205. rijikuulsleep

          

  206. keinabbu papaya...

          

  207. rautbreak

          

  208. n̄āātwhen?

          

  209. marothirsty

          

  210. EwiWhere is it/she/he?

          

  211. m,aneI am thirsty

          

  212. tipiTV

          

  213. aebōjswim

          

  214. basketbasketball

          

  215. Enaaj ļap am, mōn̄āYou will eat a lot

          

  216. ekfish

          

  217. Ij aikuj bwe ren jerbalThey are not tall enough

          

  218. aujpitōļhospital

          

  219. Kwōjaam, jela kajin majelYou are very nice

          

  220. EbanItʻs impossible or No way

          

  221. bar letok juon nianother

          

  222. kwōpejto you (towards where you are)

          

  223. bancannot, impossible

          

  224. Iaar bōke bwe n̄a in maron̄ kōjerbaleHow big is it?

          

  225. baijinpicture

          

  226. mājhand, arm, wing

          

  227. reitōn jerbalstop

          

  228. einformal word used at the end of the sentence when talking to a woman or girl

          

  229. kom,m,ool kōn m,ōn̄ā eofruit

          

  230. Ij mōn̄aI am eating

          

  231. ijelā eọn̄ōd?I know how to fish

          

  232. Ewi jon̄an am kar nan̄imejHow sick were you?

          

  233. emaroHe, she, it is thirsty

          

  234. n̄anto, for, in order to

          

  235. Iokwe AolepLove/everyone

          

  236. kōkairirhurry up

          

  237. ekkōtowindy

          

  238. Ebwe an kar kilepIt was big enough

          

  239. pāātlow tide

          

  240. Bar lo eokdark

          

  241. kadduojto look for

          

  242. ippān doonthan

          

  243. baamļefamily

          

  244. Enana aer nan̄inmejit seems that I am sick

          

  245. limotatathe most fun

          

  246. KajinLanguage

          

  247. Elap aō aeotok jān kweit is very good

          

  248. Re or rōThey

          

  249. iiaļoyellow

          

  250. piitminute

          

  251. jebanWe (inclusive) will not

          

  252. kweoctopus

          

  253. Ebwe an kilepIt was big enough

          

  254. Ebwe an Rostiana pinjeļYou are a Marshallese

          

  255. ļaklittle

          

  256. alwōjdrinking water

          

  257. pijapicture

          

  258. allōn̄atoll

          

  259. kadedecoffe

          

  260. ejọkkutkutsugar

          

  261. Ij eọn̄ōd bwe im,ōn,ōn,ōI am fishing because I am happy

          

  262. ewi wāween or enret or ālmendonʻt know that

          

  263. Susan epād iaback up

          

  264. kanan̄inmejreason/cause

          

  265. kiil or kiiliplant

          

  266. ron̄to turn off (lamp etc.)

          

  267. Rou awalie/false

          

  268. Elōn̄ļọk ek ilo majelLet me look at it

          

  269. aelōn̄ ko illikinouter islands

          

  270. doonJune

          

  271. rej kajjtōk bwe in jerbalThey ask me to work

          

  272. kajim,weto take/grab/touch

          

  273. aolep iienlotion

          

  274. jon̄ant

          

  275. tūreptrip, voyage

          

  276. iaar iukkure erneed to

          

  277. aebōj laļstop

          

  278. juubWe (not including the person)

          

  279. jibweto take/grab/touch

          

  280. lan̄sky, weather

          

  281. -wōjto you (towards where you are)

          

  282. aōlọklet / allow / release

          

  283. tacup

          

  284. Kwōj m,ool ke?Are you sure?

          

  285. Erum,wij am, etetalYou walk slow

          

  286. marokscared, fear

          

  287. jānthan

          

  288. rot or tor or rōtTo reach/get to/ arrive at (a place)

          

  289. kilaj jiluWhat are you doing?

          

  290. wūtflower, flower headress

          

  291. Eiiet aō brotherI have few brothers

          

  292. tohat

          

  293. aijhat

          

  294. pātōregray

          

  295. kōbaatatfeces

          

  296. Jab iukkureDonʻt play!

          

  297. alikkar ________obviously _______

          

  298. Etke ebūom,ōjIt is finished

          

  299. kadkadto throw

          

  300. jakimat

          

  301. ná ij riabIʻm lying/just kidding

          

  302. Kwōn jab būrom,ōjDonʻt be sad

          

  303. būrawūnbrown

          

  304. tōmak bwehello, goodbye, love

          

  305. tut likto dive

          

  306. kinaakgas

          

  307. den̄ōtwhat kind of fish?

          

  308. kwōnan̄in ke ______Has she ever ______?

          

  309. bọọkbox

          

  310. rikilmeejblack person

          

  311. ewi tooneach other

          

  312. kabbōlto turn on (lamp etc.)

          

  313. raar jokwe ippān wōnthey are still eating

          

  314. Eṃṃan Mour50

          

  315. jinoestart

          

  316. Kwōj aikuj ekkatakYou should study

          

  317. kadushort, brief

          

  318. tūraṃbelieve

          

  319. jiṃaatsmart

          

  320. rei-Do what?

          

  321. kōmus (exclusive)

          

  322. juon wōtmurder

          

  323. kanamnamcriminal, outcast (bad person)

          

  324. Ejabwe aer aetokThey are not tall enough

          

  325. waļọkHappen, occur, appear

          

  326. kōļļāTo pay / to get paid

          

  327. rūbukwihello, goodbye, love

          

  328. keememuse a pillow

          

  329. im,ōkade eōn̄ōdI am really good at fishing

          

  330. wōnjeWednesday

          

  331. ruuļJune

          

  332. Eita? Or Eet?soldier

          

  333. uwaakanswer, reply

          

  334. bweWhere?

          

  335. neWe (Including the person)

          

  336. wōnm,aanļọknone, nothing

          

  337. rej eọn̄ōd keHigh: Are they fishing

          

  338. tiṃōndemon

          

  339. kūriingreen

          

  340. kam,ōjto make it finish

          

  341. kwellọkMeeting

          

  342. rikalibuujinmate

          

  343. kiencare

          

  344. raelepafternoon

          

  345. keasay, tell

          

  346. maturine/urinate

          

  347. pileijplate

          

  348. AmedkaAmerica

          

  349. kajjtōkask

          

  350. hand, arm, wing

          

  351. kan̄ūrn̄ūrsweet

          

  352. Raar rō ad bwebwenatoYou heard us talking

          

  353. aļaļknife

          

  354. Elap am, nan̄inmejYou are very sick

          

  355. jounbreak

          

  356. Lemnoul jāānthe other coconuts

          

  357. peenpen

          

  358. inneyesterday

          

  359. wōtōrto order over the radio

          

  360. bainōlbible

          

  361. kūriijwe (exclusive) -subjunctive

          

  362. kōjeraam,m,anto congratulate

          

  363. jon̄oul minit n̄an ralitōk awaTen to eight

          

  364. jōōtshirt

          

  365. taibuuntyphoon

          

  366. aorōkimportant, precious, valuable

          

  367. tūkōtWe (not including the person)

          

  368. keememejperson

          

  369. ekweokay, well, then

          

  370. Ij ba n̄an kwe bwe kwōn jelāCan I play

          

  371. kōtļọkfar away

          

  372. bar wōnwho else?

          

  373. koṃ kōņaanHe doesnʻt like

          

  374. kwōmaroYou are thirsy

          

  375. Lukkuunvery, really, absolutely, totally

          

  376. kerorobe noisy, chatter

          

  377. lalesing/song

          

  378. kōm,m,anWe cannot

          

  379. Ij kōttar am, kōmatI am waiting for you to cook

          

  380. bōjrakstop

          

  381. bwebwenatoTalk

          

  382. itokground

          

  383. koṃ ripālleMarch

          

  384. Em,m,an n̄e kwōj ekkatakHigh: Are they fishing

          

  385. jōōtōtwear shoes

          

  386. Jete wōņānHow much does it cost

          

  387. kōminwe (exclusive) -subjunctive

          

  388. kwōmaro keare you thirsy?

          

  389. kom, banguitar

          

  390. mejatoclimate, air

          

  391. iiōfun

          

  392. In̄ak kajjien Laurenkajjien

          

  393. Ejan̄in m,ōj...

          

  394. Iọkwe in raelepto go away

          

  395. lọn̄imouth

          

  396. ettoļọkto cause to leave

          

  397. wiabuy

          

  398. kūbwefeces

          

  399. kadikļọkto make smaller

          

  400. m,wilaļdeep, profound

          

  401. jetehow many?

          

  402. Jenaaj kwōleWe (inclusive) will be hungry

          

  403. ļesun

          

  404. KwōjajeYou-subjunctive

          

  405. iarajtaro

          

  406. Kainkind, type

          

  407. Ikōn,aan bwe kwōn jerbalI want you to work

          

  408. Roņoul ļalem aō iiōHow old are you?

          

  409. bar n̄a ij kōmmaneI do it too

          

  410. Ejoļọk am bōdIʻm sorry or Excuse me

          

  411. Enaaj booļ aō sisterIt was big enough

          

  412. em,here you go (when giving something to someone)

          

  413. pāātļọkYouʻre forgiven

          

  414. ratimjounbukwe900

          

  415. kwe rim,ajeļYou are a Marshallese

          

  416. aebōj jimeen,cistern

          

  417. Ij jan̄in m,ōn̄āI havenʻt eaten

          

  418. IọkweLove

          

  419. jọọlThank you

          

  420. rainintoday

          

  421. Jete katten am eọn̄ōdHow many times have you fished

          

  422. epaak (n̄an)close (to) or near (to)

          

  423. Eṃṃannumber

          

  424. Jijino taļaSix dollars

          

  425. kōrkōrgreen

          

  426. m,ōn̄ā lọkaō m,ōn̄ā

          

  427. Naaj ruo am, brotherYou will have two brothers

          

  428. waboat, vehicle

          

  429. iaar janín eọn̄ōdit isnʻt finished yet

          

  430. kein em,wall

          

  431. kam,ōkajļọk am, jerbalwork faster!

          

  432. Ebweboat, vehicle

          

  433. eļap an emmanit is very good

          

  434. kabaocall on the radio/telephone

          

  435. būraefry

          

  436. jennaj burume...

          

  437. Kōn or kōnke or bwebecause

          

  438. Innaj eọn̄ōd n̄ epāāt I will fish when it is low tideI will not fish

          

  439. jijinobukwi600

          

  440. wōpijoffice

          

  441. jetwe (inclusive) -subjunctive

          

  442. riloļọkfly (insect)

          

  443. likOcean side

          

  444. ebanhe will not

          

  445. laitalighter

          

  446. Jej idaakWe are drinking

          

  447. Raar jab iukkureThey didnʻt play

          

  448. ṃupibreak

          

  449. rijerbalDecember

          

  450. matcooked

          

  451. kōmatto cook

          

  452. wōteļhotel

          

  453. Kwōmaron̄ ke jerbalafter work

          

  454. Jab inepataDonʻt worry about it

          

  455. kwōj m,ōn̄ā ta?What are you eating?

          

  456. lewōjgive to you

          

  457. riJaluitJaluit person

          

  458. raanItʻs impossible or No way

          

  459. IpiọTo him/her/it/them (away from you and I)

          

  460. Rej kōtļọk am, iukkurework faster!

          

  461. bar itokcome back

          

  462. raanday

          

  463. leen wōjkefruit

          

  464. Rōnaaj eọn̄ōd n̄āātI am really good at fishing

          

  465. ibwijtoksit

          

  466. pinanaflour

          

  467. Enaaj rijikulļ...

          

  468. ij pād ilo Majurodonʻt know that

          

  469. wear a hat

          

  470. mājetMay

          

  471. kọkkurehello, goodbye, love

          

  472. jilkin-speech

          

  473. po-Marker for past

          

  474. āinwōt ____it seem that _____

          

  475. Kar bwijin aō pinjeļI had many pencils

          

  476. jam,bospeech

          

  477. bar jetkerosene

          

  478. m,oktawhat?

          

  479. nāk ke Or jaje keYou (singular)

          

  480. kōnkebecause

          

  481. bōdwe (exclusive) -subjunctive

          

  482. Allōn̄ in ta in?What are you doing?

          

  483. limabukwiLove

          

  484. jan̄innot yet

          

  485. leddik eo juonWhere is Ronald?

          

  486. ennaandrink

          

  487. kilepbig, fat

          

  488. emaron̄Itʻs possible or Maybe

          

  489. Jikuulschool

          

  490. pāākback up

          

  491. bujōn mar or buļōn wojke or buļōn jungleI want you to work

          

  492. meļeļeold man

          

  493. wūntowindow

          

  494. etDo what?

          

  495. ak or akōto be born

          

  496. ewōr, elōn̄There is, there are

          

  497. AnijGod

          

  498. ļaaṃlamp

          

  499. kwōj m,ōn̄a jidikare you thirsy?

          

  500. lo kesee that

          

  501. libbukweshell

          

  502. nan̄inmejbasket

          

  503. kawōnwōnmurder

          

  504. jabdewōtany / anything / anybody

          

  505. dikpig

          

  506. jumjuonbukwi700

          

  507. koṃmaroYou guys are thirsty

          

  508. ļaļļapbag

          

  509. kūrjinchristian

          

  510. riitwear a hat

          

  511. mālōtlōtsmart

          

  512. En̄ak m,ōkThere are too many

          

  513. jiititminute

          

  514. jemaron̄We can

          

  515. Ijeļā kajjien LaurenI know Lauren

          

  516. mọọrọr kweetuse octopus as bait

          

  517. rọọlocean (general)

          

  518. likūtput

          

  519. mourthem

          

  520. kautiejGod

          

  521. ekkā wōtalso

          

  522. kakkijerelax, rest, take a break

          

  523. kijeekto take/grab/touch

          

  524. iaļbird / chicken

          

  525. juujujwear shoes

          

  526. bōktokbring

          

  527. Komar būrom,ōjwhat kind of?

          

  528. iiepkey

          

  529. ij jipan̄ kōj...

          

  530. awahour

          

  531. jukwasugar

          

  532. kwōjelā ke eọn̄ōd?Do you know how to fish?

          

  533. Ijaje eļan̄n̄e rej jerbalI make them work

          

  534. Ejabwe an kilepagain

          

  535. enret ami kōm,n,aneHow do you guys do it?

          

  536. talboontelephone

          

  537. Kwaar itōn ṃōn̄āI havenʻt eaten

          

  538. renan̄in ke ______?Have they ______?

          

  539. idaakdrink

          

  540. enHe/she/it -subjunctive

          

  541. kaddelọn̄to insert

          

  542. Elukkuun kilepIt is very big

          

  543. ̄m,ōn̄ā in raeleplunch

          

  544. iieninformal word used at the end of the sentence when talking to a man or boy

          

  545. TijeṃbaDecember

          

  546. Kom,ij rūkakiYou are teachers

          

  547. baṃdad

          

  548. Iaar jaje eọn̄ōd ke ij tokI didnʻt know how to fish when I came

          

  549. tibatscared, fear

          

  550. papōļōrpopular

          

  551. Bao in laļWhat day is today?

          

  552. laitayes

          

  553. kabaruThey are thirsty

          

  554. lam,ōjshout

          

  555. ratimjoun̄oul900

          

  556. kobanhour

          

  557. JoujYouʻre welcome

          

  558. tāākjitaxi

          

  559. Ebajeet? Or Bwe? Or Bewe ta? Or Bwe et?everything else

          

  560. iljuTomorrow, the future

          

  561. bōōjMaybe, possibly

          

  562. kọkweethunt for octopus

          

  563. bon̄night

          

  564. basay, tell

          

  565. kwōj ke m.ōn̄āWe (exclusive) have eaten

          

  566. ehim

          

  567. etan "coconut ilo mājeļ?There are more fish in the Marshall Islands

          

  568. ļōmn,akinformal word used at the end of the sentence when talking to more than one boy

          

  569. eohere you go (when giving something to someone)

          

  570. pilawāflour

          

  571. MāeHe, She, It

          

  572. batobottle

          

  573. Ewi jon̄an an kilepHow big is it?

          

  574. jelā manitpolite

          

  575. aṃasay, tell

          

  576. Eto aō pād ilo tōkāYou were in America

          

  577. JulaeJuly

          

  578. kiiōnow

          

  579. pakijpackage

          

  580. etofore a long time

          

  581. būlankōjblanket

          

  582. Ejaam, jerbalYou (plural) will not

          

  583. naipboat, vehicle

          

  584. ļọn̄Wednesday

          

  585. itōn iukkureLetʻs play

          

  586. eļapa lot

          

  587. rejarazor

          

  588. tọọlto go away

          

  589. Emaat ad pinjeļWe have no more pencils

          

  590. ̄m,ōn̄ā in jibbon̄breakfast

          

  591. BōlaideWant, like

          

  592. Kwaar m,ōn̄ā keDid you eat?

          

  593. KoṃṃoltataThank you very much

          

  594. petpetuse a pillow

          

  595. ie-I-subjunctive

          

  596. Eļap ad idaakWe drink a lot

          

  597. dānnin kadekalcohol

          

  598. bar jiluthree others

          

  599. in̄n̄āyes

          

  600. kijon̄ ______often/usually do ______

          

  601. burumWhere are they?

          

  602. ta unin or etkeonly one

          

  603. nanacoral, coral reef

          

  604. Lale bwe kwōn jab wōtlọkMeeting

          

  605. m,oktataworry

          

  606. Kwaar lotak nāāt?When were you born?

          

  607. Kwaar ba bwe ren jerbalThey were going to work

          

  608. lọļestomach, belly

          

  609. ļōmn,ak inplan to

          

  610. bar taI am sick again

          

  611. Ijaje kaijin m,ajeļI donʻt speak Marshallese

          

  612. tipn̄ōlto, for, in order to

          

  613. jijinoin, at

          

  614. KoṃYou (plural)

          

  615. Ijab meļeļerude

          

  616. kam,an,manļọkbad, inedible

          

  617. ilukuun jajeIt is very big

          

  618. baļuunPlane

          

  619. ennọhere you go (when giving something to someone)

          

  620. jodizorries

          

  621. jotause a boat

          

  622. luujline

          

  623. m,okta jāntrue, tell the trith

          

  624. EnanaIʻm bad

          

  625. Ej et lan̄How is the weather?

          

  626. Ewi wāween am, mōn̄ā māYou were eating

          

  627. em,ōj aō m,ōn̄ā kadedeI am eating

          

  628. dikehate

          

  629. bar juon alenagain

          

  630. ālikin or m,ōjinTo reach/get to/ arrive at (a place)

          

  631. riablie/false

          

  632. kwōaaj ke kwōlewill you be hungry?

          

  633. jim,weWe (Including the person)

          

  634. eriabbuy

          

  635. wajboat, vehicle

          

  636. ijab jelā eọn̄ōdI never fished

          

  637. ṃakokounwilling, refuse

          

  638. Kōmij rim,ajelWe are Marshallese

          

  639. kaalcall

          

  640. lojenorange

          

  641. katakincall on the radio/telephone

          

  642. kwōlegarbage

          

  643. iwōjGo to you (go voer to your house)

          

  644. kwaar ke kwōlewere you hungry?

          

  645. raijdance

          

  646. em,ōj am m,ōn̄āI have eaten

          

  647. jikkacigarette

          

  648. Kwaar Iōkwe eō...

          

  649. MandeMonday

          

  650. etand who else?

          

  651. jimjuon̄oul70

          

  652. lo-no

          

  653. Ijeļā kajin m,ajeļI am in Majuro

          

  654. N̄a in kōm,m,aneLet me do it

          

  655. bōranto cook

          

  656. jimjounseven

          

  657. mānitback up

          

  658. Kwōpād ia?are you thirsy?

          

  659. wūtwūtwear a flower headdress

          

  660. iarof

          

  661. Jecoconut seedling

          

  662. Iọkwe eokLove/you

          

  663. Brad im Kenzie remaroBrad and Kenzie are thirsty

          

  664. ṃōktired

          

  665. redikealready

          

  666. bwebweI understand

          

  667. pedpedIʻm bad

          

  668. būbūflower, flower headress

          

  669. Wōn in ______?What is _____?

          

  670. iakiutaro

          

  671. ilukkuun jeļā eọn̄ōdYou obviously have a lot of money

          

  672. unohead, head hair

          

  673. doctor

          

  674. Kwaar kijonn̄ m,ōn̄ā ta ilo Amedka?will you eat?

          

  675. etalgo

          

  676. kileLagoon

          

  677. kwaļkoļwash

          

  678. m,ōttan ruotwo left

          

  679. Kwōnaaj m,ōn̄āYou will eat

          

  680. tut iarSwim in the lagoon

          

  681. wajwajwear a watch

          

  682. bar juonsome others

          

  683. em,ōj aō m,ōn̄āI have eaten

          

  684. kwōjeļā keback up

          

  685. nan̄inmejsick, sickness

          

  686. iaWhere?

          

  687. Ijelā men eo kwaar kōm,m,aneI know the things you did

          

  688. aolep armej ro jeteveryone else

          

  689. Kwaar m,ōn̄āYou were eating

          

  690. m,okta jān aer iukkureThey are not tall enough

          

  691. kallim,ur keto make it finish

          

  692. Iọkwe in jotamouth

          

  693. kajjion̄to try (to)

          

  694. Kwaar pād ilo AmedkaYou were in America

          

  695. am,winto wash oneʻs hands

          

  696. kabkabto look for

          

  697. Ej et mour?How are you?

          

  698. limoļọk (jān jerbal)more fun (than working)

          

  699. wōnturtle

          

  700. kajoorto pull

          

  701. jāntōjbucket

          

  702. Ekadik kilepLove/everyone

          

  703. eon̄ōdTo fish

          

  704. ekkōbdull

          

  705. kawainilook for brown cocunots

          

  706. kabcooked

          

  707. Kaijin pālleEnglish Language

          

  708. peetbed

          

  709. jijino bar emmaanspoon

          

  710. iardrink

          

  711. Jen jerbalhow many?

          

  712. illuangry

          

  713. naanwhich?

          

  714. JānwōdeJanuary

          

  715. jipeeļbed

          

  716. jebtachapter

          

  717. liļļapold woman

          

  718. Em,ōkaj aō etetalI walk fast

          

  719. Ijaje MijakI am never afraid

          

  720. ilohour

          

  721. Ekar m,ōkaj aō etetalafter you work

          

  722. wia kakekind, type

          

  723. iọkwehello, goodbye, love

          

  724. ukleleIʻm ok

          

  725. jidika little

          

  726. n̄anto

          

  727. loin, at

          

  728. Letʻs ____mouth

          

  729. aolep men ko jeteverything else

          

  730. pairfired

          

  731. kom,inaaj rūkakiI am never afraid

          

  732. kappon juon peenonly one

          

  733. kamaatto use up

          

  734. m,ottan jidikSoon

          

  735. PāpodeFebruary

          

  736. ijab m,óņóņóI am not happy

          

  737. leddikgirl

          

  738. Rou awa jonoul minit2:10

          

  739. kōj rijikuuļWe are students

          

  740. kadeklittle

          

  741. kekōbdipper

          

  742. n̄eif

          

  743. uweinformal word used at the end of the sentence when talking to a woman or girl

          

  744. kom,ingreen

          

  745. kwalọkclass

          

  746. teejtest

          

  747. laar m,ōn,ōn,ōswim to you

          

  748. pejpejto defecate

          

  749. ļotakto be born

          

  750. piikpig

          

  751. ọọjojbox

          

  752. kappokswim to me / swim to here

          

  753. Jāneye, face, mask, glasses

          

  754. iolapevening

          

  755. Ij kōm,m,an bwe ren jerbalThey are about to work (soon)

          

  756. kom,itōn eōņōdYou guys like

          

  757. borin̄boring

          

  758. Ewōr jet am, sisterYou have a few sisters

          

  759. kwe rūkaki keYou are not a teacher

          

  760. kāļọklet / allow / release

          

  761. ļalemcall on the radio/telephone

          

  762. keinikkanplant

          

  763. keememej bweremember that

          

  764. bar juon alenone more time

          

  765. eabukwi400

          

  766. barāinwōtalso

          

  767. Eṃṃantataunwilling, refuse

          

  768. Jaje or n̄akWe are drinking

          

  769. Etal n̄an ijo ewōr ek ieGo to there where the fish are

          

  770. eṃṃangood

          

  771. karMarker for past

          

  772. ioonon, on top of

          

  773. m,ooltrue, tell the trith

          

  774. tōmakbelieve

          

  775. Ij alwōj am iukkurebefore they play

          

  776. Kwōkanooj in joujWhat are you doing?

          

  777. kōjjem,lọkto bring to an end (to spend time with people before leaving)

          

  778. minitminute

          

  779. Eitōn lo eok...

          

  780. Ọkwōjtired

          

  781. jilibukwilose

          

  782. leinformal word used at the end of the sentence when talking to a woman or girl

          

  783. kā-eye, face, mask, glasses

          

  784. kwōjeļā ke aō?Can you swim?

          

  785. kāānjelcancel

          

  786. mōn̄aeat

          

  787. kwōj etal n̄an ia le>Where are you going, girl?

          

  788. Inaaj lale rej ke ekkatakI am going to see if they are studying

          

  789. Ewōr ta?bring

          

  790. Ewi Ronaldhow much?

          

  791. menthing

          

  792. ajriWe (Including the person)

          

  793. kōjāmdoor, gate

          

  794. kwō or koYou (singular)

          

  795. kakilepļọkYouʻre forgiven

          

  796. kōtowind

          

  797. jinoinhigh tide

          

  798. Em,m,an ke m,aļoeļapHow is Maloelap?

          

  799. jokweTo live (place)

          

  800. Raar lo ke iaar iukkureshell

          

  801. JelāKnow

          

  802. kōn meninreason/cause

          

  803. m,ōn̄āmonth

          

  804. eddoWhere are they?

          

  805. Em,m,an am, itokIt is good that you came

          

  806. rupbreak

          

  807. n̄eyesterday

          

  808. baaankekbible

          

  809. ṃaajMarch

          

  810. Imaron̄ ke iukkureCan I play

          

  811. kikidance

          

  812. kwōton idaakYou are drinking

          

  813. aiboojojon, on top of

          

  814. athat

          

  815. n̄am,outside

          

  816. ilaļsun

          

  817. wōnwho?

          

  818. JeptōṃbaSeptember

          

  819. jonn̄ul minit jan ralitōk awaI am waiting for you to cook

          

  820. kūregreen

          

  821. kunone a, an

          

  822. en̄oul40

          

  823. Enana aer kōm,m,aneThey do it badly

          

  824. mejānwōdmedium-sized clam with brightly colored inside

          

  825. kanōkto pull

          

  826. jab keroro!He, she, it is thirsty

          

  827. mejkisleepy

          

  828. Eto aō jab lo eok...

          

  829. Iaar jaje kikiThey didnʻt play

          

  830. jibbon̄to take/grab/touch

          

  831. ̄m,ōn̄ā in jotaGood evening

          

  832. em,m,aan ke kōrāYou will eat

          

  833. jipiijspeech

          

  834. Etal!call on the radio/telephone

          

  835. remaroNick is thirsty

          

  836. iucoconut seedling

          

  837. Ijelā aōI can swim

          

  838. Emakijkij aō eọn̄ōdI fish often

          

  839. kabcup

          

  840. Bwijin am, brothermorning

          

  841. atatwear a hat

          

  842. taļaWestern Ship

          

  843. Aifired

          

  844. kain rotwhat kind?

          

  845. etkewhy?

          

  846. iiūn̄can

          

  847. Kwōn kar ekkatakYou (singular)

          

  848. aetokgive to me

          

  849. lainline

          

  850. ekkōņakjoke, funny, strange

          

  851. torope, string

          

  852. juon/ruo/jilu alen or kattena gift for you

          

  853. katakLearn, study

          

  854. pebaWe (Including the person)

          

  855. lim,ainformal word used at the end of the sentence when talking to more than one girl

          

  856. kweetbig, fat

          

  857. Etaṃ?you (plural)

          

  858. inepatachapter

          

  859. em,m,aannecklace

          

  860. jōn̄oul jijino20

          

  861. jemootLetʻs go

          

  862. Aolep iien ij jab eọn̄ōdI never fis

          

  863. juujshoe

          

  864. kōn an Alino jerbalafter work

          

  865. jete aṃ iiōHow old are you?

          

  866. kaalcall on the radio/telephone

          

  867. jim,m,agrandpa

          

  868. deļọn̄to go away

          

  869. bwe kwōnSo that you

          

  870. āinwōtlike (it is like an apple)

          

  871. Jete awa kiiō?What time is it now?

          

  872. Ej mōn̄aApril

          

  873. kōjerbalWe (inclusive) will not

          

  874. -ļọkMarker for future

          

  875. Ejoļọktasty, tastes good, delicious, edible

          

  876. nuujpebanewspaper

          

  877. kwoj mijak kom,...

          

  878. nabōjlook at, watch

          

  879. Ron̄jake men ko ij baListen to the things I say

          

  880. Kwōpad ilo MajuroYou are in Majuro

          

  881. kwōjelā ke kajin m,ajeļ?You will eat

          

  882. bulajtiikwet, get wet, shower, bathe

          

  883. Koṃṃolmovie

          

  884. Ij jan̄in eọn̄ōdSick

          

  885. ṃaiļmile

          

  886. laļ inthe world

          

  887. bōkboat, vehicle

          

  888. Elukkun kilepļọk (jān n̄a)they let you play

          

  889. Ekar bwe an kilepIt was big enough

          

  890. kōjatdikdik bweto make smaller

          

  891. Ekadik iōn̄There are too many

          

  892. mōrōmurder

          

  893. ErriWhere are they?

          

  894. em,ōj ke am, m,ōn̄āAre you finished eating?

          

  895. uninreason/cause

          

  896. taktōbucket

          

  897. Eto aō jan̄in lo eokI havenʻt seen you for a long time

          

  898. kōm banhead of, tip of

          

  899. kōn am nan̄imejHow is the weather?

          

  900. Raar itōn jerbalI am sick again

          

  901. Ekilep jān aolepit is bigger than all

          

  902. Peelbell

          

  903. imeleleI understand

          

  904. tariņaeto fight in a war

          

  905. metakhurts

          

  906. ņoto get off, to come down

          

  907. Rej RijikuuļThey are students

          

  908. intime

          

  909. iaar kajjion̄ bwiroI tried some preserved bearfruit

          

  910. Ewōr ruo aō sisterI have few brothers

          

  911. raar meļọkļokiI couldnʻt sleep

          

  912. ikkijbite

          

  913. Eprōlimportant, precious, valuable

          

  914. JuunJune

          

  915. m,ōjfinished, done

          

  916. kuumlook, watch

          

  917. jounYouʻre welcome

          

  918. bwilọkbox

          

  919. boolsail

          

  920. Em,oolweight / responsibility

          

  921. kattonto make dirty

          

  922. ralitōkbukweshell

          

  923. lāibrārelibrary

          

  924. iiooncoconut

          

  925. ļaAliAli (informal)

          

  926. edikread

          

  927. inof

          

  928. kōmitōn ṃōņāYou were eating

          

  929. eitōn eọn̄ōdHe is going to fish (soon)

          

  930. em,ōj aer m,ōn̄āThey already ate

          

  931. Jete awa ippaṃ?What time do you have?

          

  932. tulọkto dive

          

  933. Ekar jabwe ad jāānWe didnʻt have enough money

          

  934. emmololoLetʻs go

          

  935. pojakready

          

  936. baantuunwater catchment

          

  937. bakōjbucket

          

  938. wōdcoral, coral reef

          

  939. Kwōj ta?What are you doing?

          

  940. būroṃōjThank you

          

  941. bōlenMaybe, possibly

          

  942. kam,oolteach

          

  943. illukkuun jelā kaijin m,ajeļI speak Mashallese really well

          

  944. bar itokthree others

          

  945. Eta in ____Itʻs possible or Maybe

          

  946. tūm,Snap/break, broken (long thing objects like string, grass, etc.)

          

  947. jōn̄oul ratimjoun16

          

  948. ron̄jakeif, when

          

  949. Em,ōjHe, she, it is thirsty

          

  950. jibukwieastern half of an island

          

  951. rilotokvisitor (here)

          

  952. Bbao in mejatotoboring

          

  953. Jabōtshirt

          

  954. aikuj inYouʻre welcome

          

  955. Taijeelec. Light

          

  956. baobird / chicken

          

  957. jeitōn jerbalWe (inclusive) are going to work (soon)

          

  958. em,ōj am, m,ōn̄āYou have eaten

          

  959. en̄akHe doesnʻt know

          

  960. kappok jerballook for a job

          

  961. Alikkar eļap am, jāānIt is not big enough

          

  962. NobōṃbaNovember

          

  963. ļōm,ainformal word used at the end of the sentence when talking to more than one boy

          

  964. Juun ronoul juon raan, juon tọujin ratimjuonbukwi rationoul rouYou heard us talking

          

  965. Elap an kilepalways

          

  966. imaroI am thirsty

          

  967. renthem

          

  968. turun mājface

          

  969. baajkōļbicycle

          

  970. jemaroclimate, air

          

  971. kadikparticularly

          

  972. ettōn̄You-subjunctive

          

  973. kōņaangas

          

  974. bar letokgive back to me

          

  975. juon men in lewōjanimal

          

  976. Em,ōļo raininItʻs cold today

          

  977. jelā keSaturday

          

  978. lōmņak kerealize that

          

  979. ron̄oul20

          

  980. jōn̄oul10

          

  981. Kwōj jab aikuj ekkatakYou should not study

          

  982. Ejjoļọk ProblemI have few brothers

          

  983. ijeļā eọn̄ōd jidik?none, nothing

          

  984. bwilhot

          

  985. ralitōkoutside

          

  986. ejab kōņaanHe doesnʻt like

          

  987. ripāllebreak

          

  988. em,ōj ad m,ōn̄āWe (inclusive) have eaten

          

  989. kakeememejto remind

          

  990. retioradio

          

  991. Joļọk aō bōdfar away

          

  992. N̄a in laleif

          

  993. aelōn̄laugh, smile

          

  994. kōjtest

          

  995. joobsoap

          

  996. Āne taisland, land

          

  997. babaMonday

          

  998. Enan̄in ke ______?Has she ever ______?

          

  999. kiajWhere?

          

  1000. tabone

          

  1001. riin̄in̄banana

          

  1002. kōjakYou donʻt know

          

  1003. Ewi jon̄an am, jeļāHe already ate

          

  1004. naaj enret aer kōm,m,ane?You will have two brothers

          

  1005. kwōnswim

          

  1006. bar jidikgirl

          

  1007. kwōnaaj m,ōn̄ā keI was happy

          

  1008. Em,m,an n̄e kwōj jab ekkatakIt would be good for you to not study

          

  1009. Ejjoļọk jorrāānseldom

          

  1010. Joļọk bōdIʻm sorry or Excuse me

          

  1011. ta in _____?What is _____?

          

  1012. ka-(verb)person

          

  1013. kan̄ūrbelt

          

  1014. jōn̄oul jimjoun18

          

  1015. būrinjibōļWe are students

          

  1016. ialroad

          

  1017. kileptatabasket

          

  1018. Wiikweek

          

  1019. luujshoe

          

  1020. Ruo katten aō pād ilo JeI have been in Je twice

          

  1021. innām ļak m,ōjand then

          

  1022. Ejan̄in m,ōjit isnʻt finished yet

          

  1023. Ewi toon am, pād ilo majuroPlease go

          

  1024. jete am, iiō?How old are you?

          

  1025. kọuwōtatadangerous

          

  1026. Al juon aising a song

          

  1027. Bwijin aō pinjeļWe have no more pencils

          

  1028. turọn̄Can, may, might

          

  1029. eļap an Merina ekkatakso/therefore

          

  1030. n̄akdon't know

          

  1031. jimattanhalf

          

  1032. kalangallon

          

  1033. mājmājme

          

  1034. Raar tōpar Majuro innebefore

          

  1035. Eaar jajesell

          

  1036. mọọr-er

          

  1037. nar n̄ehear

          

  1038. lọjetocean (general)

          

  1039. aikujneed

          

  1040. Ewōr ke am, pinjel? Aet, weōr aō pinjeļ OR EwōrWhy are you guys happy?

          

  1041. rouone

          

  1042. rej m,ōn̄ā wōtSchool building

          

  1043. tūrabōltrouble

          

  1044. tōn̄alsweet

          

  1045. bọọtinose

          

  1046. Jujeice

          

  1047. aōwōjboss

          

  1048. jāānprice/salary

          

  1049. Rōnaaj m,ōn,ōn,ōThey will be happy

          

  1050. Ak kwe?what kind of fish?

          

  1051. rinanacriminal, outcast (bad person)

          

  1052. pejtōbōļvegetable

          

  1053. iukkureto turn off (lamp etc.)

          

  1054. bọọkbait

          

  1055. Kon joujyou (plural)

          

  1056. barMarker for past

          

  1057. jemjemmat

          

  1058. biluTomorrow, the future

          

  1059. jaje manitatoll

          

  1060. jerbal ke kikiWorking or sleeping?

          

  1061. ergive

          

  1062. Etal m,ōk or Kab etalI havenʻt seen you for a long time

          

  1063. Āinwōt inan̄inmejit seems that I am sick

          

  1064. rinan̄inmejlisten

          

  1065. raliton̄oul80

          

  1066. tōpar or tōprakYou saw me go

          

  1067. Iban eọn̄ōdI will not fish

          

  1068. Nick emaroWe (exclusive) will not

          

  1069. N̄a rūkakistop

          

  1070. Kwōn etal or Kom,in etalPlease go

          

  1071. maron̄me too

          

  1072. kwōjeļā ke kajjien LaurenDo you know Lauren?

          

  1073. Ejjeļọknone, nothing

          

  1074. nōṃbaThey will not

          

  1075. limoon

          

  1076. Jete awa?What time is it?

          

  1077. jo-throw