A Dictionary of the Aneityumese Language

A Dictionary of the Aneityumese Language

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...place. Inteijeug, n. an ear-ring. Inteijid, n. the name of a tree. Inteijig, n. a butterfly; tortoiseshell. Intelo, n. the high or flowing tide. Intesrei intestesrei, n. information. Intete, or intite, n. a landslip. Inteucjip, or intucjip, n. bnsh land where forest trees grow. Intid, n. a fringe. Intidin, n. a crop, but not the first ripe. Intid iran, n. the end of a place or a time; a corner. Intidjin, n. an extremity; the outside of anything. Intikgan, n. the ear. Intikia, n. a snail. Intiklan cai, n. tops of branches. Intin, n. the dung of the lower animals. Inti nanin, the dung of goats. Intinan, n. a bed; a foundation; a plantation. Intinan mese, n. dry land planted. Intinan tal, n. a plantation of taro. Intiptag, n. the house in a village or district where people all meet. Intisian, n. a flower. word). Intitn, a. beautiful (a child's Intivaig, n. nothing. Et ehka intivaig, it is impossible not to be or take place. Intoho, n. a trumpet shell; a trumpet. land. Intucjip, or inteucjip, n. bush Intupahuahau, n. the ocean; the deep; the main. Intupauun, n. a desert. Invid, n. the day before yesterday. Invikired, re. a making sport of. Invipicnaig, n. a gathering together (applied to men). Inwaahri, n. tea; warm water. Inwag, n. the evening star. Inwah, n. food or seed of all sorts; the juice of any plant. Inwai, n. water; fresh water. Inwai anij, or ahusji nij, or anu jinij, n. water soon-dried up. Inwai emehe, n. medicine. Inwai meteuc, n. the sweet poInwaimi, n. fresh water. tato. Inwai tah ahnag, n. a flood; a swollen river. Inwakinwak, a. displeased with. Inwau, n. a creeper; a vine. Inwauahid, n. the middle of the body; the loins. Inwelah, n. clearness. Inwoijic, n. the sea urchin. Inya, n. thread; twine. Inyara, n. the redbreast. Inyau, n....show more

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  • Paperback | 56 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 118g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236583299
  • 9781236583291