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A Combined

Kiribati-English Dictionary

based on the works of

Hiram Bingham, D.D.
and
Father Ernest Sabatier, M.S.C.
(translated by Sr. M. Oliva)

with additional scientific material from Luomala, Goo & Banner.

B -Bingham, Hiram. 1908, 1953. A Gilbertese-English Dictionary. vii, 179 pp (8vo). American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, Boston.
O -Sabatier, Ernest. 1954. Dictionnaire Gilbertin-Français. xii, 984pp, duplicated. Mission Catholique, GI, Abaiang, Tabwiroa. 1971. Gilbertese-English Dictionary. translated by Sr. M. Oliva. x, 426pp, Sacred Heart Mission, Tarawa. South Pacific Commission Publications Bureau, Sydney.
G -Goo, Fannie C.C. & Albert H. Banner. 1963. A Preliminary Compilation of Gilbertese Animal and Plant Names. 2, 2, 55, 10, 26cm. prepared under contract SA-43-ph-3741, National Institute of Neurological Diseas. UH - Haw. Marine Lab., Honolulu.
L -Luomala, Katharine. 1953. Ethnobotany of the Gilbert Islands. Bishop Museum Bulletin 213, v, 129pp, map, bibl 122-4, index, 26cm. Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu.

compiled by
Stephen Trussel and Gordon W. Groves,
University of Hawaii, 1978


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ka
B  ka. intj. an exclamation of emphasis always followed by some statement.  v. the causative prefix.  a. seeing indistinctly.  n. a cart, a carriage, a car (ENG)
O  ka. note. Words with causative "ka" are not repeated except for a few usual words in order to make the meaning clearer for some special reason. All "ka" words are not causative; some very simple words begin with "ka".  pref. causative joined to nouns, verbs, adjectives, participles. meaning:  to make, to do, to cause, to render, to provoke, to urge to, to wait till, to let, to let ripen, to give time to, to permitex. ka-ngaina: to wait till day, to let the day dawn.  karokoa: to let come, to wait for the coming.  katawa: to let ripen, to wait till it is ripe.  ka-makuria: to make work, to set in motion. 
ka1. pref. to certain names of fish it gives the meaning of fishing for that fish.  ex. kabakoa: shark fishing. 
ka2. note. ka follows the general rule of redoubling of syllables to indicate frequence or intensity of the action.  ex. ka-tanga: to make cry.  kaka-tanga: to make cry often (the first ka is generally long). 
ka3. note. ka placed before a numeral adj. cardinal gives the ordinal number (preceded by the article always).  ex. tenua: three.  te katenua: the third.  tebubua: one hundred.  te katebubua: the one-hundredth.it is the same with the inter. num. adj.  iraua?: how many?  te ka-iraua?: what number? 
ka4. a. tired, dim (said of eyes after looking too attentively or too long at an object, or from defective sight).  from. kaiex. E ka matau: My eyes are dim.  te ka ni mata, kan te mata: dimness of sight.  ae mata ka: who looks comically in order to see.  E ka matau n te ang: I am blinded by wind. 
ka5. v. to make yawn
ka6. n. car, cart, vehicle, chariot, carriageex. moto-ka (motor-car): truck, bus
kaaba
B  kaæ/ba. cau. vt aba
kaababa
B  kaabaába. cau. vt ababa
O  kaababa. n. a donation of land (gift, legacy, dowry).  v. to give land. 
kaababaka
B  kaab'aáb'aka. vt. to make great, to enlarge
kaaeaea
B  kaaeáea. vt. to cause to creep or crawl
kaaeaka
B  kaaeáka. vt. to send or carry ashore
kaaeka
O  kaaeka. see v.t. kaeaka
kaaerakea
B  kaáerakéa. vt. to send or carry ashore.  to send or carry ashore
kaaeto
B  kaáeto. cau. n aeto
kaaibuaka
B  kaáibuaka. cau. vi aibuaka
kaainea
B  kaáinea. vt. to let a girl mature to womanhood. 
kaainenuma
B  kaáinenúmaa. cau. vt ainenuma to care for as a married woman. 
kaainga
B  kaáinga. cau. vt ainga
kaaintoa
B  kaáintoa. cau. vt aintoa
kaaiota
B  kaaaioóta. cau. vi aiota to wait til early morning dawn. 
kaaira
B  kaáira. cau. vi aira
kaairaoa
B  kaáiraoa. cau. vt airaoi
kaairoa
B  kaáiroa. cau. vt airo to await evening twilight. 
kaaiwaea
B  kaaiwaáea. cau. vt aiwae
kaakawa
B  kaakáwa. cau. vt akawa
kaakea
B  kaakéa. cau. vt akea
kaakoakoa
B  kaakóakoa. cau. vt akoako
kaamakaia
B  kaaámakaia. cau. vt amakai to wait for a coconut to become an amakai before plucking it. 
kaamakoro
O  kaamakoro. n. a fraction <fourth>. 
kaamarake
B  kaámarake. cau. vi amarake
kaamarakea
B  kaámarakéa. cau. vt amarake
kaamata
B  kaámætaa. cau. vt amata to cook rare or partially. 
kaamoamoa
B  kaamóamoa. cau. vt amoamo to cause or diract one to carry a burden on an amo
kaamwia
B  kaamwía. vt. to let a coconut tree mature all its fruit. 
kaananaua
B  kaanánaua. cau. vt ananau
kaanaua
B  kaanáua. cau. vt anau
kaanea
B  kaánea. cau. vt anea to direct one to fish with anea
kaaneanea
B  kaaneánea. cau. vt aneane
kaaneka
B  kaaánekaa. cau. vt a:neka to praise, or speak of one as acting properly. 
kaaneke
B  kaáneke. cau. vt aneke
kaang
B  káang. n. a variety of seaweed
kaangabaia
B  kaángab'aia. cau. vt angab'ai
kaangabea
B  kaángabea. cau. vt angabe
kaangara
B  kaángara. cau. a angara
kaangia
B  kaángia. cau. vt angi
kaangibue
B  kaángibue. cau. vi angibue
kaangibuea
B  kaángibuéa. cau. vt angibue
kaangitaban
B  kaang/itaban. cau. vi angitaban
kaangitanaboaboa
B  kaángitanabóaboa. cau. vt angitanaboabo
kaangitanenea
B  kaángitæ/nenea. cau. vy angitanene
kaaninga
B  kaáninga. cau. vt aninga
kaanoai
O  ka-anoai. nv. a certain way of fishing with coconut. 
kaanoaia
B  kaanoáia. cau. vt anoai to make a calm streak or surface on water as with oil. 
kaanoanoa
B  kaanóanoa. cau. vt anoano to direct one to beckon to another. 
kaantia
B  kaæn/tia. cau. vt anti
kaaoaoa
B  kaaoáoa. cau. vt aoao to cause one to propel a canoe with a pole
kaaobuaka
B  kaáobuakaa. cau. vt aobuaka
kaaoka
B  kaáoka. cau. vt aoka
kaaomakuna
B  kaaomákuna. cau. vt aomakuna
kaaomata
B  kaáomata. cau. vt aomata
kaaong
B  kaáong. vi. to fish for aong
kaaongia
B  kaaóngia. cau. vt aongia
kaaoraba
B  kaáorab'a. cau. vt aorab'a
kaaoraia
O  kaaoraia. vt. kakaaoraia: to prepare, to put outside (ao: outside) things one is taking away. 
kaaoraka
B  kaáoraka. cau. vt aoraki to make one sick, to make sickly a land. 
kaaoraki
B  kaáoraki. va. causing sickness, unhealthy. 
kaaoraoa
B  kaaoráoa. cau. vt aoraoi
kaara
B  kaaáraa. cau. vt a:ta: to make broad as a mat. 
kaararake
B  kaárarake. cau. vi ararake
kaararakea
B  kaárarakéa. cau. vt ararakea
kaarikia
B  kaárikia. cau. vt ariki
kaarobairia
B  kaarobáiria. cau. vt arobairi
kaarokuikui
B  kaarokúikui. cau. vi arokuikui
kaarokuikuia
B  kaarokúikuia. cau. vt arokuikui
kaataeia
B  kaatáeia. cau. vt ataei
kaataibai
B  kaatáib'ai. cau. vi ataib'ai
kaataibaia
B  kaatáib'aia. cau. vt ataib'ai
kaatama
B  kaátamaa. cau. vt atama:
kaatatai
B  kaátatai. cau. vi atatai
kaatataia
B  kaátataia. cau. vi atatai
kaatataiaomata
B  kaatátaiáomataa. cau. vt atataiaomata
kaaua
B  kaáua. a. fourth. 
kaauau
B  kaaáuau. n. kabubu mixed with scraped coconut
O  kaauau. n. a dish of kabubu and grated coconut. 
kaaubeabea
B  kaaubéabeaa. cau. vt aubeabea
kaautakia
O  kaautakia. vt. kakaautakiafrom. au to try to pass for important, to act haughtily <haughty> by making others wait. 
kaawarurua
B  kaawárurua. cau. vt awaruru
> kaawawa>
B  kaawáwa>. cau. vt awawa
kaba
B  kába. n. copper (ENG)
kába. vi. to build or construct, as a canoe or a shipn. canoe or ship building. 
O  kaba. n. copper, brass, zinc (ENG)
kaba1. v. to keep silentn. te i-kaba: game of blind man's bluff
kaba2. a. which causes heartburn, belching (heavy food).  vc. kabaea: to make belch. 
kaba3. note. the final a very brief.  n. string (very fine and strong) used in the building of canoes. 
kaba4. n. work or construction done with kaba (string).  na. te kaba uoua, te kaba ten, etc.  kaba double, triple, etc.  vt. kaba, kaba te wa, kaba te kaibuke: to build a canoe, a ship. lit. to tie, to tie together.  n. te tia kaba: canoe builder, constructor.  ex. te tia kaba te kau ni wae: the shoe makerte kabanimtao: a special way of making canoes. 
kabaau
L  kabaau. sn. Cypraea (Gastropod)n. snail
kababa
B  kábaba. n. flatteryvi. to engage in flattering. 
kábabaa. vt. to flatter. 
O  kababa. n. rope fixed to top yard-arm of sail as support. 
kababa. n. fishing for flying fish at night without torches. 
kababa1. vt. to flattern. flattery.  vc. kababa: to flatter to folly. 
kababaka
B  kab'aáb'akaa. vt. frequentative of kab'aka
kababane
B  kabaábæne. n. the entire doing of, the embracing all
kababanea
B  kabaábænea. vt. to include all, to make all to, to complete
kababanga
B  kábabanga. vi. to cause want of knowledge
kababatei
B  kababaátei. vi. to incline, to cant
kababateia
B  kababaáteia. vt. to place as the head downward. 
kabae
B  kábae. vi. to engage in tying, binding, or lashingn. a waist-mat, cord prepared for lashing
O  kabae. n. te kabae, te kabaebae: bandages, strings, belts of all kinds. 
kabae1. n. special mat for dancers going from armpits to knees, tied at the waist with a rope of women's hair, mat lavalava
kabae2. n. engagement, knotvt. kabaea, kabaebaea: to tie, to bind, to tie up with string, to tie up, to become engaged. 
kabae bara
O  kabae bara. n. a mode of fishing in which bara are caught in a snare. 
kabae kie
O  kabae kie. v. to pack, to pack up, to get ready for a voyage, to get ready to go. 
kabaea
B  kabáea. vt. to tie, to bind
kabaeanga
O  kabaeanga. n. a promise of mutual help
kabaebae
B  kabáebae. vi. frequentative of kabaen. the act of binding, imprisonment, confinement, a running into debt
kabaenata
B  kab'aenaáta. vt. to heap up. 
kabaenikai
B  kabáenikai. cau. vi baenikai
kabaenikaia
B  kabáenikáia. vt. to hinder or engage one who is busy. 
kabaeure
O  kabae-ure. n. string, binding used to pull together the ribs of a canoe which have widened out. 
kabaia
B  kab'áia. a. fortunate, happy, highly favoredn. blessedness, good fortune
O  kabaia. a. kakabaia: happy, contented, satisfied, fortunate, blessedn. felicity, beatitude, contentment, satisfaction, prosperity, well being, delight, rapturevc. kakabaia: to make happy, to get happiness, to bless, to wish happiness, to wish good luck. 
kabaibai
B  kab'áib'ai. cau. vi b'aib'ai
O  kabaibai. n. donation, endowmentvc. kabaibaia: to make inherit, to endowkabaibaiaka ... 
kabaibaia
B  kab'aib'áia. cau. vt b'aib'ai
kabaibata
B  kabáibæta. vt. to give more force to, as the voice.  vt. to wait upon the wind until it is stronger. 
kabaibati
B  kabáibæti. vi. to use more or much force as in throwing or speaking. 
kabaikabubu
B  kabáikábubu. cau. va baikabubu awkward in throwing or spearing. 
kabaikabubua
B  kabáikabúbua. cau. vt baikabubu
kabaikatekea
B  kabáikatékea. vt. to speak of one's self as skilled in throwing
kabaikorakia
B  kab'áikorákia. vt. to encumber with much luggage
kabaikuikuia
B  kabáikuikúia. vt. to make one hesitate to shoot or throw, lest the wrong object be hit. 
kabaimano
B  kabáimæno. va. skilled in fitting or matching canoe planks
kabaimaran
B  kabáimæran. cau. va baimaran
kabairaraoa
B  kabáiraráoa. vi. to praise one for. 
kab'áiraráoa. cau. vt b'airaraoi to furnish well. 
kabairaraoi
B  kabáiraráoi. va. conducting one's self impartially in distributing food. 
kab'áiraráoi. va. causing or tending to a condition of being well furnished
kabairawerawe
B  kabairæ/weræw. cau. vi bairawerawe
kabairekereke
O  Kabairekereke. n. a constellation comprising several stars of Scorpion
kabairemwe
B  kabáiremwe. cau. vi bairemwe
kabairemwea
B  kabáiremwéa. cau. vt bairemwe
kabairua
O  Kabairua. n. a star of Scorpion
kabaitata
B  kabáitata. vi. to work rapidlyn. rapid work. 
kabáitataa. vt. to make one's self work rapidly. 
kabaiteke
B  kabáiteke. cau. va baiteke shooting or carrying well as a gun
kabaitekea
B  kabáitekea. vt. to speak of one as a sharp shooter. 
kabaitoka
B  kabáitoka. cau. va baitoka doing with rapidity. 
kabáitokaa. vt. to expedite one's work. 
kabaka
B  kabáka. vt. to cause one to hunger
kabákaa. vt. to pelt, to strike with something thrown. 
kab'áka. a. ugly in appearance, homely, not well proportioned.  vt. to make fall, to cast down.  n. candied coconut molassesn. a place suitable for casting the net
O  kabaka. from. bakivc. to gather together, to get together.  ex. used only as follows -- kabakia, kabakingkami
kabaka1. from. bakivc. to cause hunger, to starve
kabaka2. vc. to make fall, to knock down, to throw down
kabaka3. a. deceptive, good for nothing, useless (person). 
kabaka4. n. a well-chosen place to let down a fishing net. 
kabaka5. n. a dish of grated coconut mixed with boiling hot kamaimai
kabakabaka
B  kab'ákab'aka. vi. to engage in making to fall
kab'ákab'akaa. vt. frequentative of kab'aka
O  kabakabaka. n. thick molasses (kamaimai). 
kabakabaka1. v. to make fall, to scandalizea. scandalousvc. kabakabaka: to scandalize.  n. scandal
kabakabaka2. v. to beat pandanus leaves with mallet to soften them. 
kabakai ira
O  kabakai ira. nv. a kind of magic ceremony at which the hair was cut. 
kabakanakoa
B  kab'akanákoa. vt. to wait until after another has gone. 
kabakantang
B  kabákantang. vi. to provoke to envy
kabakantanga
B  kabákantanga. vt. to provoke one to envy
kabakaraea
B  kabákaráea. vt. to scatter about, to throw into confusion, to litter
kabakarotoa
B  kabákarótoa. vt. to make a fire blaze up. 
kabakaruru
B  kabákaruru. vi. to make very hungry
kabake
B  kab'áke. vi. to have the lips drawn to one side. 
kabakea
B  kab'akéa. vt. to draw the lips to one side. 
kabakekete
B  kabakékete. vi. to make light, to make less heavy. 
kabakeketea
B  kabakéketea. vt. to make light, to make less heavy. 
kabaki
B  kabæ/ki. va. causing hungern. a cause of hunger, a place with scarcity of food. 
O  Kabaki. n. name of a man in ancient times.  ex. ana ma Kabaki: a reddish place (tari bo, tari-ura) in the west where the current gathered flotsam and wreckage.  arokani Kabaki, te arabungea, te kai ni beti: floating timberte kai ae aitoa: wood, trees half-submerged and hardly visible.  te kai ae aimauna: wood or trees, tree trunks submerged and only visible at times among eddies.  ana man Kabaki, Nei Karia, and Nei Karokoa: names for white phaeton which indicates by its high or low flight the distance of land. 
kabakitaia
B  kabækitáia. vt. to make hungry
kabakoa
B  kabákoa. n. fishing for sharks
kabaku
B  kabáku. vi. to engage in cutting off heads, or babai tops.  n. beheading, the cutting off the tops of babai
kabakua
B  kabákua. vt. to behead, to cut off a babai top, literally, to behead a babai
kaban
B  káb'an. n. a shell-fish, the. 
O  kaban. n. a shell fishex. species -- te kaban ni maran, kaban tabuki, kaban n anti, kaban-kokoti, kaban kokoa, kaban bareka
G  káb'an. sn. Nerita plicata (i), Plicate nerite (ja)
L  kaban. sn. Nerita plicata (gastropod)n. snail
kabana
B  kab'ána. a. improvident, given to loafing. 
O  kabana. a. kabanabana deceptive, good for nothing, hopeless, most incapablesee b'ana
kabanabana
B  kab'ánab'ana. cau. va b'anab'ana
kab'ánab'anaa. vt. to represent certain work as irksome. 
kabanaki
O  kabanaki. n. shellsn. Plerocera sp. 
kabanaoa
B  kab'anáoa. cau. vt b'anae
kabanaonao
B  kab'anáonao. cau. vi b'anaonao very many, rough as the sea. 
kabane
B  kab'áne. n. a game in which a ball attached to a string is used.  vi. to play the game of kab'ane
kabæ/ne. n. an assemblage of all the people
O  kabane. n. national Gilbertese sport, a line with lead is thrown over a feather thrown up in the air.  v. to play this gamen. te kabane n eitei: taking, catching frigate birds with a line kabanevc. kabanea te eitei: idem
kabane1. n. a general assembly
kabanea
B  kabæ/nea. vt. to include all, to make all to do, to complete. 
O  kabanea. vt. to terminate, to finishsee baneex. e kabaneaki: he is dismissed, got the sack <fired>. 
kabanei
B  kabæ/nei. n. a land bird, the. 
O  kabanei. n. a bird with long tail, N.Z. swallow, the only bird in the islands living entirely on the land. 
kabanei1. n. leather jacket;sn. Alutera scriptaex. te moa kabanei: a grey hen resembling te kabaneiNa Kabanei: a man who rises early to cut toddy (he goes from tree top to tree top as the kabanei jumps from branch to branch). 
kabanei2. n. trigger fishh.  sn. Amanses sandwichiensisex. te kabanei, Na Kabanei: a star (of Serpent). 
G  kabanei. sn. Alutera scripta (ll) leather jacket (sm)
kabanei1. sn. Amanses sandwichiensis (ll)n. triggerfish (sm). 
kabæ/nei 2. sn. Urodynamis taitensisn. <bird> long tailed New Zealand cuckoo (aa). 
L  kabanei. sn. Alutera scripta (Monocanthida)n. filefishsn. Amanses sandwichensis
kabaneka
B  kabæ/neka. vt. to spread out as in the sunshine.  bib. Jer 8: 2. 
kabang
B  kabaang/. n. a swordvi. to be seen accidentally, not by a direct look of the eye, but as it were by a side glance
O  kabang. n. a sword, sabre
kabang1. v. to pass like a gust of wind.  vc. ka-banga: to go around, roam about.  ex. e kabangira te riaboro: the devil roams about us. 
kabanga
B  kab'ánga. n. the penis (the euphemistic word is m'ane). 
O  kabanga. vc. to put into a hole, drive in, put in a hiding place, hide away.  from. bangaex. kabanganakoa: to hide far away, in the bottom, in the very bottom. 
kabanga bubu
O  kabanga bubu. n. fishing for bubu with a bent wire. 
kabanga n ira
O  kabanga n ira. n. brown mottled eel
kabangabai
B  kabángabai. vi. to cause want of skill
kabangabaia
B  kabángabáia. vt. to speak of one as unskillful, to make one unskillful. 
kabangaka
B  kabángaka. vt. to lay as a mat at right angles to a previous position. 
O  kabangaka. vc. to put crosswise, to crosssee bangaki
kabangaki
B  kabángaki. n. a sail with horizontal widths. 
O  kabangaki. n. ancient square sail for boat. 
kabanganira
G  kabanganira. n. a brown mottled Ophichthid eel, possible name for all such eels (ll). 
L  kabanganira. sn. Ophichthidaen. brown mottled snake eel
kabangkoro
B  kaáb'angkoro. n. a carbuncle (ENG)
kabangubangua
B  kabángubángua. vt. to make the voice sound nasal
kabanimaran
B  kab'ánimæran. n. a shell-fish, the. 
kabanimtao
B  kabanim/tao. n. a certain method of building a canoe
O  kabanimtao. n. a mode of re-making a canoe (when lower part is worn it is separated from top part and remade, then joined again to top part). 
kabanin
B  kab'ánin. n. a canoe whose keel is of one piece. 
O  kabanin. n. an ancient style of canoe, the keel was very strong, made of half thickness of coconut log, hollowed out, and a few planks added, the ends were made thin to join the mango to. 
kabanina
B  kab'ánina. vt. to give or make as a whole
kabanmaran
O  kabanmaran. n. a species of shellsn. Verita sp. 
kabantabu
O  kabantabu. n. species of shell
kabantabuki
B  kab'antábuki. n. a shell-fish, the. 
kabanti
B  kabaan/ti. n. a fish, the. 
O  kabanti. n. species of fish
kabao
B  kab'áo. n. a large adze
kabaáo. vi. the work of spreading out to dry
O  kabao. n. an adze, sickle, scythesyn. te taku (Abemama). 
kabaoa
B  kabáoa. vt. to smooth down as a ruffled fringe or hair. 
kabaáoa. vt. to spread out to dry under the sun as coconuts or clothes. 
O  kabaoa. vc. to spread outsee bao
kabaoa1. vc. to bend, to inflectsee bao
kabaobaoa
B  kabáobaoa. vt. frequentative of kabaoa
kabaoua
B  kab'áoua. cau. vt b'aoua to make crooked
kabara
B  káb'araa. vt. to forgive, to unloose, to untie, to undo
káb'ara. vi. to fish by sinking the fish-hook with a stone which becomes unloosed.  n. a mide of fishing
kab'aára. vi. to fish for the b'a:ran. fishing for the b'a:ra
O  kabara. vt. see bara
kabara1. n. kakabara, kakabarabara: a mode of fishing where the bait is untied by a jerk at the bottom. 
kabara2. n. fishing for bara
kabara ria
O  kabara ria. n. to gossip, to be a borea. talkative, loquacious, prattlingn. te tia kabara ria: a prattler, a gossiper. 
kabarabara
B  kab'árab'ara. vi. to engage in unloosing or unbinding
O  kabarabara. v. to explain, to interpret, to expoundn. explanation, interpretation, commentvt. kabarabara: idem
kabaraka
B  kabaráka. vt. to capsize
kabaárakaa. vt. to soil, to make dirty
kabarakaraka
B  kab'arákaraka. cau. vt barakaraka
kabaraki
B  kabaraáki. n. a shirt, that wing or portion of an army that passes on the ocean side. 
O  kabaraki. n. capping on ridge of building. 
kabaraki1. n. a shirt
kabaraki2. n. detachment of troops following the ocean side of island in order to attack the enemy from side or behind. 
kabaranga
B  kabaránga. see vt katetekea
kabarara
B  kab'árara. vt. to pour out water or oil from a coconut - shell bottle with the thumb or finger on the hole to regulate the stream. 
O  kabarara. v. to pour drop by drop.  syn. ka-timtimvc. kabarara: idemfrom. bara, with doubling of the last syllable to show frequency.  equency. 
kabaratu
O  kabaratu. v. to make climbing impractical.  vc. kabaratua: which makes trees slippery -- impossible to climb. 
kabareka
B  kabaáreka. va. soiling, making dirty. 
kabarere
B  kab'árere. n. pandanus fruit selected for one's own use. 
O  kabarere. n. pandanus fruit left to ripen fully in order to be eaten raw. 
kabari
B  kab'ári. vi. to sit on the ground or a mat with the legs crossed at the ankles.  n. sitting on the ground with the legs crossed at the ankles. 
O  kabari. ex. kabari ranga, kakabarinv. to sit with legs crossed (tailor fashion).  vc. kabaria: to (slightly) curve, archsee bari
kabari n uea
O  kabari n uea. n. te bari n uea, te wae n uea: (royal way of sitting), same as preceding manner but with one foot on the knee or thigh of other leg.  fig. a person of means. 
kabarikoa
B  kab'árikoa. vt. to collect together, to mass
kabarinuea
B  kab'árinúea. vi. to sit on the ground or a mat with a leg crossed above the knee. 
kabaroa
B  kab'ároa. vt. to pour out suddenly 3r at once, to empty by capsizing. 
kabaru
B  kab'áru. vi. to entrap, to engage in entrapping.  n. the act of entrapping, ensnaring
O  kabaru. n. a thud, click, noise of fall.  n. te kai ni kabaru: a mouse trap, a trap (makes a click when falling).  vc. ka-barua: to catch in trap. 
Kabaru. n. a constellation formed by four stars on the hind part of Great Dog
kabarua
B  kab'árua. vt. to entrap. 
kabata
B  kabáta. vi. to fish with a kabatan. a large fishing rai
kab'átaa. vt. to make one dark-skinned
kab'áta. vi. to make dark-skinned. 
O  kabata. from. bativc. to multiply, to increase
kabata1. n. a sort of fishing net made of leaves (te rai ni kabata).  v. to fish with this net. 
kabata2. vc. kabatata: to make fade, to dry upfig. to get brown or blackv. kabata ngaro: to blacken the gums.  ex. kabata bai: to blacken the handskabata ria: to blacken the lips.  kabata ua: to blacken twice.  kabata ngarona, riana, etc.: to be scolded, taught a lesson, made behave.  syn. ka-muinikora
kabata3. n. te rai ni kabata: an extension of leaves added to fishing netv. to dry leaves, to fish with ... 
kabatabata
B  kab'átab'ata. vi. to make dark, to tan
kab'átab'ataa. vt. to make dark, to tan
kabataka
B  kab'átakaa. vt. to make worthless by too much handling, as certain lobsters. 
kabatata
B  kab'aatáta. a. spoiled in some way, as tobacco, not good. 
kab'átata. va. causing blisters
kab'átataa. vt. to blister. 
kabatauta
B  kab'aátauta. vt. to call one or speak of one as stingy
kabatautia
B  kab'aatáutia. vt. to stigmatize with stinginess. 
kabate
O  kabate. n. cupboard (ENG)
kabatebai
O  kabatebai. a. scandalized, surprised at another's bad behaviour.  v. to scandalize, to surprise.  see kabata
kabatete
B  kab'átete. a. more or less steep, slopingn. a game of sliding
kabatetea
B  kab'átetea. vt. to slide a thing down a slope, to bring in. 
kabateua
B  kabatéua. vt. to expose one's self to punishment for wrong-doing ( used idiomatically with aro). 
kabatia
B  kabæ/tia. vt. to make much or many, to increase
O  kabatia. v. to multiply, to augment the quantity.  see bativc. kabatia: idem
kabatiatia
B  kab'atiátiaa. vt. to wrinkle, to muss
kabatikua
B  kab'átikua. vt. to bow, to bend, to incline as the head or body. 
kabatinawa
B  kabæ/tinawa. cau. vi batinawa
kabatobai
B  kabæ/tob'ai. va. occasioning surprise, spoken of unaccountable conduct. 
kabatu
O  kabatu. n. a bruise, a mark of blows on the skin, black and blue.  v. to have these marks.  vc. ka-batua: to make these ... 
kabatutu
B  kab'atútu. vi. to squint
O  kabatutu. n. pleats, wrinklesa. pleated, wrinkled, puckered (like a face in anger, sadness, blindness).  vc. kabatutua: to gather, to pucker, to frownex. e kabatutua matana: he is frowning, making faces.  kabatutu, kabatutua ... 
kabatutua
B  kab'atútua. vt. to squint. 
kabau
O  kabau. and kabunrere (N.).  n. a shell, porcelain (S.). 
kabaua
G  kabaua. sn. Cypraea sp. (i)n. cowry shell (ja).  also. kab'aau
L  kabaua. sn. Cypraea (gastropod)n. snail
kabaubau
B  kab'áub'au. vi. to eat voraciously and noisily. 
O  kabaubau. v. to devour greedily and noisily, to gobble, to swallowvc. kabaubaua
kabaurua
B  kabáurua. vt. to lengthen and enlarge a canoe
kabauta
B  kab'áuta. vt. to take in the mouth a large mouthful. 
kabaweata
B  kab'áweæta. vt. to send a person to fish for baweata
kabe
B  kábe. n. name of a plant like babai
kabeabea
B  kabéabea. vi. to engage in employing another who is asked to assist without pay. 
O  kabeabea. v. to give occupation, to employ, to make work.  red. kakabeabean. occupation, employment, work, charge
kabeabeana
B  kabéabeana. vt. to employ another without pay. 
kabeai
B  kabeéæ/i. vi. to bore or annoy by frequently coming.  n. unwelcome frequent visiting. 
kabebe
B  kábebe. vi. to cause to stagger
kabebea
B  kabébea. vt. to make one to stagger. 
kabébebebe. vi. frequentative of kabebe
kabeébete. va. cheering, comforting, hopeful
kabebetea
B  kabeébetea. vt. to lighten
kabei
B  kabéi. vi. to play at kabei n. a game of throwing. 
O  kabei. v. to throw an object with a swinging movement, to make oscillate, to make waver from side to side.  vt. kabeia: to make ... 
kabeia
B  kabéia. vt. to throw with skill a very flat thin stone. 
kabeibeta
B  kabéibeta. vt. to anchor
kabeka
B  kabÉka. va. causing looseness of the bowels
kabÉkaa. vt. to dress as fish, to remove the entrails
kabekarakara
B  kabekárakara. vi. to blackguard or insult in songn. blackguarding in song. 
kabekárakaraa. vt. to blackguard one in song. 
kabekariranga
B  kabekáriranga. va. causing or occasioning envy
kabekau
B  kabekaáu. n. a harlotvi. to play the harlot. 
O  kabekau. n. te kabekau a prostitute <promiscuous woman>.  and bekau: (S.).  n. a plantsn. Euphorbia heterophylla
kabekobeko
B  kabékobeko. vi. causing coughing
kabekobekoa
B  kabékobékoa. vt. to cause one to cough. 
kabeku
B  kabéku. vi. to engage in dislodging a fish form a scoop-net as it were by sleight of hand. 
kabekua
B  kabékua. vt. to employ, to give work to, to set to work. 
kabekubeku
B  kabékubeku. vi. to cause to resound as an empty cask by pounding
kaben
B  kaáben. n. a captain (ENG)vi. to be in command of a vessel. 
káben. n. coconut molasses mixed with coconut milk strained. 
O  kaben. n. captain, chief, commander, director. (ENG)vt. kabenia: idem
kaben1. n. a dish made of boiled toddy and ranniben used as sauce.  vt. kabenna: to mix coconut milk with ..., to let a coconut get riper, harder.  fig. kabenna: to make sure, to confirm, to certify, to wait till it is confirmed. 
kabena
B  kabÉna. vt. to mix coconut molasses with coconut milk strained. 
kabenga
B  kabéngaa. vt. to make wide
kæ/benga. n. a lashing for the feet in climbing a coconut tree.  vi. to climb a coconut tree with the aid of kabenga
kabenia
B  kaábenía. vt. to command a vessel (ENG)
kabenina
B  kaábenina. vt. to command a vessel (ENG)
kabenono
B  kabénono. a. curved
kabenonoa
B  kabénonoa. vt. to curve
kabeoa
B  kabéoa. vt. to snarl, to entangle, to involve in knots
kabere
O  kabere. v. kaberebere to say "bother!", "be blowed!", etc., to say bete, to tell someone to mind his own business.  vt. kaberea, kabereberea
B  kabérea. vt. to address one with the word bere
kaberea
B  kab'érea. vt. to make thin as a board. 
kabérebere. vi. to engage in insulting one by the use of the word beren. the insulting of one by saying to him the word bere
kabereberea
B  kaberebérea. vt. frequentative of kaberea
kaberetoko
B  kabéretoko. vi. to refuse to listen to one who is telling something false.  n. the assumption that one is not speaking the truth. 
O  kaberetoko. sup. superlative of kaberev. to object to, strongly and sharply.  vt. kaberetokoa: to contradict, to thwart, to spurn, to push aside
kaberetokoa
B  kabéretókoa. vt. to discredit a person. 
kabeta
B  kabéta. vt. to prepare a drink mixed with kabubu
O  kabeta. vt. from betisee kabeti
kabeta1. vc. from beta: to bet more heavily (cards), to increase wager
kabetai
O  kabetai. n. kakabetai: importunate, one coming back incessantly to a place, to a work or action without a reason.  vt. ka-betaia: to do at the wrong time, importunately, to annoy, to bother
kabetanga
B  kabetángaa. vt. to bruise by jamming. 
O  kabetanga. v. to wedge, to jam something. 
B  kábeti. n. a drink containing kabubu, coconut molasses and water.  vi. to engage in drinking coconut molasses and water containing kabubu
kabeti
O  kabeti. n. a drink consisting of water, toddy and kabubu mixed together.  vt. kabeta, kakabeta: to prepare this ... 
B  kabétirakéa. vt. to bring nearer to the shore
kabeuakora
B  kabeuákora. va. causing to stagger as a heavy load. 
kabeuákoraa. vt. to cause one to stagger. 
kábi. n. the inner or further side.  a. not half full
kabi
O  kabi. n. keel of canoe, boat, ship, the bottom of a container (N.), back row (of dancers);  ex. te i kabi: the middle dancer in the back row.  adv. i kabi, i kabina: in the bottom, at the back.  vt. kabia, kakabia: to put or pour a small quantity in the bottom, to pour out and leave only a little in the bottom.  idiom. taona te kabi: ballast the keel, lay the keel of canoe or other craft about to be built.  n. kabi koro: a canoe of heavy draught, quickly grounded, needing deep water to float.  ex. kabi marawa: a canoe with good draught for deep sea.  kabi toka: a canoe which floats well.  kabi anau: one-piece keel.  kabi makoro: keel of several pieces.  kabi maototo: idem
kabi1. n. a bay or inlet of sea or lagoon advancing in point or round into the land, a creek
kabi2. a. dull, not intelligent. 
kabi3. n. a species of plant like taro (imported). 
kabi n roki
O  kabi n roki. n. te i-kabi n roki: a young engaged girl who is kept enclosed (kakoaki) in accord with ancient custom.  ex. te kanoa n roki: young girl not engaged but kept enclosed, the general term for all is te kote kabi n roki, te kanoa n roki: a beauty, a belle of fair complexion (white). 
kabi n runga
O  kabi n runga. na. (leader of crowd) a coach or leader in games, etc. 
kabi n tia
O  kabi n tia. n. the lower abdomen, a person or object dear to us.  vt. kabintia: to desire from the bottom of heart.  ex. kabintiaia
kabi n tongo
O  kabi n tongo. n. a species of kabubu of good quality, the best kind.  fig. a dearly loved person.  vt. kabintongoa: to appreciate, to cherish
kabi n turuma
O  kabi n turuma. and kabi n tirumaidiom. (the bottom of the little box), the best, excellent, supremeex. te kabi n turuma n taetae: a master of the art of public speaking.  vt. kabinturuma: to keep secret in one's heart. 
kabia
B  kabía. vt. to partly fill
kabiaua
O  kabiaua. n. a kind of big basket
kabibi
O  kabibi. n. Na Kabibi: a star
B  kábibina. va. given to much cryingn. constant crying. 
kabikabi
B  kábikabi. a. deep, as a basket or scoop-net. 
O  kabikabi. a. deep (basket, sack, etc.).  n. a carry all
kabiko
B  kábiko. vi. to have the lips drawn to one side in contemptn. the drawing of the lips to one side in contempt. 
kabikoa
B  kabikóa. vt. to draw the lips to one side in contempt. 
kabikoi
B  kabikói:. a. moderate as pain in the abdomen. 
O  kabikoi. n. a slight, intermittent pain in abdomen. 
kabikoukou
B  kabikóukou. vi. to engage in incantation in order to cause to conceiven. an incantation to secure conception. 
O  kabikoukou. v. to make pregnantn. an incantation to promote conception.  v. kabikoukouvt. kabikoukoua
kabikoukoua
B  kábikoukóua. vt. to cause to conceive. 
kabimaramara
B  kabimáramara. n. the largest fish in a catch or haul. 
O  kabimaramara. n. sorcery for fishing net, the biggest haul taken by net, eaten by all. ;  fig. a person or thing preferred.  ex. kabimaramaran nanou: my preference, my dearest friend, the joy of my heart. 
kabin iara
O  kabin iara. n. time of lowest neap tides
kabin ru
O  kabin ru. n. idem. young girl with white skin, beautiful (after being kakoaki). 
kabina
B  kábina. vt. to form plans for the proper reception of a guest
O  kabina. vt. to desire, to covet, to seek specially, to have a great desire for ...  from. kabi
kabinano
B  kábinæno. a. having fibers extending near to, the exterior of an iri
O  kabinano. a. deep bottom, deep, having a ... (is used for containers, not for the sea).  fig. one having deep and secret thoughts. 
kabinanoa
O  kabinanoa. vt. kabinanonanoa: to desire, to wish, to be keen on, to dream of, to have in one's thoughts or one's heart. 
kabinanonano
B  kabinæ/nonæno. va. wearying by unceasing requests
O  kabinanonano. n. one having particular, deep, mysterious ideas, tastes or desires.  vt. kabinanonanoa: to think, to desire or to will profoundly ..., from the bottom of the heart.  also. kabinnanoa: idem
kabinea
B  kábinea. n. a shell-fish, the. 
O  kabinea. n. a pointed shellsn. Mitra pontificalis
G  kábinea. sn. Mitra spp. (i)n. mitre shell (ja). 
kabinea1. sn. Terebra spp. (i)n. auger shell (ja). 
L  kabinea. sn. Mitra (Gastropod)Terebran. snail
kabinekau
B  kabínekaau. va. given to much cryingn. constant crying. 
O  kabinekau. from. kabine or kapinana. a little querulous whimperer, who whines till he is satisfied.  vt. kabinekaua ... 
kabingao
B  kábingao. n. a form of incantation over a child. 
O  kabingao. a. kabingaongao stinking, foul, an incantation over a new-born baby during three days to render it offensive to malevolent spirits.  vt. kabingaoa, kabingaongaoa: idem
kabingaoa
B  kabingáoa. vt. to perform a certain incantation over. 
kabingingia
B  kabingíngia. vt. to lessen, to make little
kabiniara
B  kabiníara. a. at mid near-tiden. mid neap-tide. 
kabiniwa
B  kábiniwá. n. the keel of a canoe
kabinnano
B  kabinnæ/no. va. having much in mind, dwelling on. 
O  kabinnano. see above kabinano
kabinnanoa
B  kabinnæ/noa. vt. to dwell much on an object desired. 
kabinono
O  kabinono. sup. superlative of kabia. nearly empty
kabinounou
B  kabinóunou. n. a space more or less deep on a flata. having an area more or less deep as a flat. 
kabinru
B  kabin/ru. va. not sincere in consenting to peace
kabinterunga
B  kabintérunga. n. a devotee of pleasure
kabintia
B  kabin/tia. a. not excessive as pain in the lower abdomen. 
kabinwa
O  kabinwa. n. albatross (?) <bird>. 
kabioa
O  kabioa. v. kapioa riana: to make faces, to pout
kabiongong
O  kabiongong. n. wisdom tooth, nook, creeka. pushed inadv. i kabiongong: further end, innermost recesssyn. kabikabinakovt. kabiongongoa
kabiongongo
B  kabióngongo. a. deeply indented as the shoren. the extreme or inner portion of a deep bay
kabira
B  kábira. vt. to anoint, to besmearn. oil for anointing. 
O  kabira. n. ointment, pomade, hair oil, perfume, paint, anything used to paint or anoint.  vt. kabira, kakabira: to anoint, to paint, to daub, to oil, to grease, to massage, to perfumen. te kabanea ni kabiraki: Extreme Unction
kabirai
O  kabirai. n. the perfumed oil from taro leaves. 
kabiriaitua
B  kabiriáitua. cau. vt biriaitua
kabiribira
B  kabiribíra. vt. to make to run
kabirimaka
B  kabirim'áka. cau. vt birim'aka to make to run fast. 
kabirimara
B  kabirimaára. cau. vt birimara to make to run slow. 
kabirinako
B  kabírinako. n. live bait, as a small live fish with a hook in its back. 
kabirinakoa
B  kabirinákoa. vt. to cause to run away. 
kabirongo
O  kabirongo. na. provisions nearly exhausted, on the verge of famine
kabiroro
B  kabiróro. n. the ocean where the land is barely seen. 
O  kabiroro. a. dark bottom, very deep, cannot be seen. 
kabiroro1. a. stupid, dull
kabitaia
O  kabitaia. sup. superlative of n.a. kabi: very stupid, dull
kabitara
O  kabitara. v. kabitaraea: to say and do opposite, to be contrary, to change order.  a. ironical, paradoxical
kabitaraea
B  kabitaráea. vt. to misstate
kabitoitoi
O  kabitoitoi. sup. superlative of kabi, kabirorosee kabi
kabitoka
B  kábitoka. a. thick in the center as the exterior crust of the pandanus fruit
O  kabitoka. n. the fibrous core of pandanus fruit
kabo
B  kabó. vi. to meet again.  n. a parting salutation, antiphonal ruoia
O  kabo. n. agreement, accord, unisonv. to make meet, to make agree, to unite, to reassemble, to reunitevt. kaboa: idem., to join together, to couple
kabo1. n. goodbye, farewell, adieuv. to make an appointment to meet, to agree to meetkabo ma ...: to say goodbye to ...  ex. kabo i ...: to agree to meet at ...  kabo ma: to take leave of ...  ti a kabo, ti a bo, e a bo te aba: goodbye. 
kabo2. n. a mixture, a jumble, a mixture of kabubuvt. kaboa, kaboboa: to mix, to knead, to blend, to intermix
kabo3. n. change, exchangevt. kaboa, kakaboa: to exchange, to buy, to pay, to compensate, to get even with.  ex. kaboa nako ...: to sell to ... kaboa mairoun ...: to buy from ...  kaboa mwin: to compensate, to make amendsa. ae kakaboaki: can be bought, dealt in. ae aki kakaboaki: gratis, for nothing. 
kabo4. pref. in compound words: competition, rivalry, exchange, contestex. kabo-ara, kabo-aro, kabo-bai, kabo anene, kabo-birimaka, etc. 
kabo ari
O  kabo ari. a. fastidious
kabo aro
O  kabo aro. nv. to give tit for tat, to pay back, to make up for service received. 
kabo ati
O  kabo ati. a. ae kaboati: tiring, tired out, tiresome, <tire>.  ex. a kabo atia: they put all their strength.  a bo atia: they vie with each other in efforts.  e kaboa atina: he is doing his utmost, he is killing himself. 
kabo atu
O  kabo atu. a. fatiguing, enervating, nerve racking, annoying
kabo ni makin
O  kabo ni makin. n. a coarse mat (inai, not double). 
kaboa
B  kabóa. vt. to purchase, to buy, to recompense, to cause to meetn. a boil
O  kaboa. n. an abscess, a boilex. te kaboateke: an abscess or tumour which does not come to a head. 
kaboang
O  kaboang. n. a common effort, united effort.  vt. kaboangia: to do in unison, to combine effort. 
kaboara
O  kaboara. n. exchange of names.  v. to exchange the names (Gilbertese custom).  ex. a kabo araia: they have exchanged names
kaboateke
B  kabóateke. n. an abscess
kaboatu
B  kaboátu. vi. to cause weariness
kabobai
B  kabób'ai. vi. to buy, to sell, to traden. traffic
kabobaiteke
B  kabobáiteke. vi. to test one's skill with another's in shooting or throwing at a mark.  n. a competition in skill in throwing at or shooting. 
O  kabo-baiteke. n. target practice
kabobaraka
B  kabobaráka. vt. to capsize, to upset, to make the face look down. 
kabobirimaka
B  kabóbirim'aáka. vi. to racen. a race, a contest in renning. 
kabobo
B  kabóbo. vi. to engage in kneadingn. the process of kneading. 
kaboboa
B  kabóboa. vt. to mix with water or a liquid by kneading. 
kabobonga
B  kabobónga. vt. to complete
kabobuaka
B  kabóbuaka. vt. to cut or plant in a crooked line. 
kaboewa
O  kaboewa. n. rivalry of quantity.  v. to make a competition of quantity in regard to eating, drinking, work, etc.  vt. kabo-ewaea ... 
kaboiarara
B  kabóiaræra. vi. to make fragrantn. the anointing of one's self with perfumed oil
kabóiaræraa. vt. to make fragrant. 
kaboira
B  kabóira. vi. to make or cause an offensive smelln. the imparting of a bad smell, as from certain fish when eaten. 
kaboiraea
B  kaboiráea. vt. to give an unpleasant odor to. 
kaboituta
B  kaboitúta. va. occasioning failure to obtain by coming too late
kaboitútaa. vt. to cause one to fail of obtaining by arriving too late. 
O  kaboituta. v. to miss a chance, to arrive too latea. inopportune
kaboka
B  kabóka. n. scraped coconut left to rot in a container for the purpose of extracting oilvi. to put scraped coconut into a container to rot. 
O  kaboka. v. to leave grated coconut to stand before extracting the oil or milk from it.  vt. kaboka: to let turn to pulp, to wait till soft or decomposed. 
kabokaboka
B  kabókaboka. vt. to muddy
kabokuau
O  kabokuau. v. to fish for kuau (done in the early morning with net in shallow water), .  vt. kabokuaua: idem
kabong
O  Kabong. n. Thursday (4th day). 
kabong. n. night fishing on canoe with line. 
kabonga
B  kabónga. vt. to wait or last till night
kabongata
B  kabóngata. vt. to cause one to remain a long time
kabongibonga
B  kabóngibonga. vt. to wait till night
kabono
B  kabóno. va. irritating by replying bitterly. 
kabononano
B  kabónonæno. va. exceedingly provokingn. provocation, a cause of vexation or resentment. 
kabora
B  káboraa. vt. to knead, as pan pulp into thin plates. 
O  kabora. n. te kabora aubunga: fishing for large shells (tridacoconuta).  v. to fish for ...  ex. te kabora kika: to fish for octopus. 
kabora1. see bora
kaborababaua
B  kabórababáuaa. vt. frequentative of kabora to knead out. 
kaborabora
B  kabórabora. vi. to engage in kneading out.  n. the process of kneading out. 
kaborake
B  kabórake. vi. to shoot up as sprouts
O  kaborake. v. go upex. kakaborakenv. going up towards sky (for ex. smoke), going up towards Zenith (stars, clouds), going towards land (canoes), growing up (plants), getting bigger (children).  vt. kaborakea: idem
kaboraoa
B  kaboráoa. vt. to finish off. 
kaborarinano
O  kaborarinano. lit. whose interior does not accord with exterior.  n. hypocrisy, deceiveridiom. special use of word as follows --.  ex. I kaborarinanou: I am a hypocriteko kaborarinanom: you are a hypocrite, etc. 
kaborau
B  káborau. vi. to feast after the sailing of friends.  n. a feast held after the sailing of guests. 
kaboraua
B  kaboráua. vt. to cause to sail, to await the sailing of a craft. 
kaboreke
O  kaboreke. v. to compete for most or quickest find. 
kaborenga
O  kaborenga. n. a mixture, a dose of ingredients, colours.  vt. kaborenga: to mix portions.  n. competition for colour display.  syn. kabo tamaroa, kaborerei
kaborere
O  kaborere. from. reav. to mix water with sugar, toddy, kamaimai, etc.  vt. kaborerea: to mix, to adulterate any drink with water. 
kaborerei
O  kaborerei. syn. kabotamaroan. beauty contestv. to compete for ... (persons, canoes, things). 
kaboria
B  kabória. vi. to kiss, to make lips meet.  n. a kiss, kissing. 
O  kaboria. n. a kiss (on lips, ria).  v. kaboria, kakaboria ma: to kiss each other, to give a kiss to. 
kaboriba
B  kabóriba. vi. to test strength by wrestling
O  kaboriba. syn. kaunribav. kaboririba. to compare a person with another to judge beauty, complexion, strength.  ex. for birds or animals, kauaba is said. 
kabotaba
O  kabotaba. n. embracev. to embrace. 
kabotaeka
O  kabotaeka. n. an oratorial competition, controversy, debate, discussion, meeting to discuss, make decisions, pass laws, make regulations for some moint or public work.  v. to discuss, to debate, to examine together. 
kabotaka
B  kabótaka. vt. to assemble
kabotangauri
B  kabótangáuri. n. a preparation of kabubu prepared in a certain way.  a mixture of tabataba and tangauri
O  kabotangauri. n. a mixture of tangauri and kabubu and tabatabav. to make this mixture. 
kabotararake
O  kabotararake. v. to lie on the back.  vt. kabotararakea: to put face upwards, to lay on the back. <supine>. 
kabotau
O  kabotau. n. comparisonv. kabotaua, kakabotaua: to compare
kabotaua
B  kabotáua. vt. to comparebib. Isai 46 : 5. 
kabotaunara
B  kabótaunára. vt. to compare, to make equalbib. Mat 20 : 12. 
kabotaunari
B  kabótaunári. vi. to engage in comparing. 
O  kabotaunari. lit. comparison of eyebrows.  v. to compare for this or that.  syn. kataunarivt. kabotaunara, kaka ...: to compare.  syn. kabotaua, kataunara
kabotika
B  kabótika. cau. vi botika
kabotoa
B  kabótoaa. vt. to strive to surpass through pride. 
kabótoa. vt. to wait on babai till rooted.  to confirm one's word
kabótoa. n. a striving to surpass through pride. 
O  kabotoa. vt. kakabotoa: to give a foundation to ..., to prove, to confirm, to have grounds for saying. 
kabotoa1. n. competition of strength, size, weight. 
kabotu
B  kabótu. va. tiresome, causing loss of interest in.  n. tiresomeness, wearisomeness, the cause of loss of interest. 
kabotumaka
B  kabotum'aáka. vt. to make perseverant
kabotumara
B  kabotumæ/ra. vt. to make not perseverant
kabouba
B  kabóub'a. vi. to lie with the head upon the folded arms. 
O  kabouba. v. kakabouba (lean one's chest on) to lie on one's chest, hands under chin.  n. this position <prone>. 
kaboubu
B  kabóubu. va. very wearisome, tiresomen. wearisomeness, fatigue
O  kaboubu. n. lassitude, weariness, ennui, boredoma. wearisomesyn. kaboatuex. e kaboubu te kamatebai: learning by heart is wearisome. 
kaboubua
B  kabóubua. vt. to weary one greatly. 
kabowi
B  kabówi. vi. to consult together.  n. a council, a conference, a society
O  kabowi. syn. bowin. meeting for deliberations, conference, council meeting, court of justice. kain te kabowi: members of ...  v. kabowi, kakabowi, bowia: to assemble to deliberate on ..., to discuss about ..., to decide
kabu
B  kaábu. n. shot, the nipple of a gun
kábu:. a. near to blooming
O  kabu. n. a small bud (te mareve).  v. to bud. 
kabu1. n. (S.) a mat covering, a sheetsyn. te rabuna (N.). 
kabu2. n. lead, shot, barrel of gun. 
kabua
B  kabúaa. vt. to lose
kabuúaa. vt. to let mosquitoes into a netting. 
kabúa. vt. to intimidate, to charge with cowardice, to make one tired of his work. 
O  kabua. see bua
kabuabeka
B  kabúabekaa. cau. vt buabeka to make a glutton of one's self. 
kabúabeka. n. gluttony
kabuai
B  kábuai. n. an incantation for making the beard to grow. 
O  kabuai. n. an incantation to make beard grow.  v. to make this incantation, to let beard grow. 
kabuaia
B  kabuáia. cau. vt buai to subject one to an incantation in order to make his beard grow. 
kabuaka
B  kábuaka. n. a mole
O  kabuaka. n. a mark (red or black) on the skin (te bata), freckles. 
kabuaka1. n. the dark, rocky bed of lagoon, as opposed to sandy bottom.  ant. kamai
kabuakaka
B  kabúakakaa. vt. to pronounce bad, to speak evil of, to condemn
O  kabuakaka. n. defamationv. to calumniate
kabuakoa
B  kabuákoa. cau. vt buako
kabuanibai
B  kabúanib'ai. va. destructiven. destruction of property. 
O  kabuanibai. n. loss, destruction, accident, calamity, disaster, cataclysma. destructive, ruinous, calamitous, disastrous.  vt. kabuanibaia, kaka ...: to bring about a great loss, an accident, to ruin, to annihilate
kabuanibaia
B  kabúanib'áia. vt. to make one liable to loss or fine by the misconduct of another. 
kabuanrongo
B  kabúanrongo. cau. vi buanrongo
kabuanrongoa
B  kabúanróngoa. vt. to overfeed a person. 
kabuantawa
B  kabúantaawa. vi. to cause loss or inconvenience
kabúantaáwaa. vt. to make one liable to loss or fine by the misconduct of another. 
O  kabuantawa. see buanta
kabuari
O  kabuari. a. kabuabuari: fully formed, round
kabuaro
O  kabuaro. n. the pulp of bunia or moimoto when boiled. 
kabubu
B  kábubu. a. ashamed
kaábubu. n. a fish, the. 
kábubu. n. pulverized, preserved pandanus fruita. dull, blunt, not sharp
O  kabubu. n. a small fish with long beak.  sn. Hermiranphe
kabubu1. n. preserved food made from pandanus fruit, a drink in which this food is mixed in water.  vt. kabubuteia: to make this mixture more watery, <dilute>.  karirakaia: to make it thicker, or more solid. 
kabubu2. a. blunt, dull, not cutting.  n. bluntness, dullness.  vt. kabubua: to blunt, to make dull. 
kabubu3. a. disappointed, deceived, taken invt. kabubua: to deceive, to discourage, to disappoint. 
G  kabubu. sn. Hemirhamphus marginatusn. small needlefish (ll,sm). 
kabubu1. sn. Hyporhamphus dussumierin. small needlefish (ll,sm). 
kabubu2. sn. Hyporhamphus laticepsn. small needlefish (ll,sm). 
L  kabubu. sn. Hemiramphidaen. (some) half-beaks. 
kabubua
B  kabúbuaa. vt. to make a full hundred
kabúbua. vt. to dull, to blunt, to kindle, to make to smoke
kabuúbu:aa. vt. frequentative of kabua to lose
O  kabubua. vt. to complete the hundred, to make up one hundred. 
kabubua1. vt. to make smoke, to raise up the dust. kabubua te ai, te moko: to light the fire, ... pipe. 
kabubua2. from. buavt. to cause to lose, to make disappear often. 
kabubura
B  kabúbura. vt. to make big
kabubuta
B  kabúbuta. vt. frequentative of kabuta
kabue
B  kabúe. va. hot, oppressive, as the heat of the day. 
O  kabue. a. warm (weather), terrifically hotvt. kabuea: to heat
kabuebue
B  kabúebue. va. very hotn. great heat. 
O  kabuebue. n. heat of fire, warmtha. kabuebue, kakabuebue: being warmv. to heat, to give warmth.  vt. kabuebuea, kaka ...: to make hot, to heat. 
kabueka
O  kabueka. v. to burn, to set fire to, to burn out. 
kabui
O  kabui. n. decimal systemvt. kabuia: to make it ten
kabuibui
B  kabúibui. va. causing one to be encrusted with salt
O  kabuibui. n. dehydrated fish, fruit, vegetables;  ex. te kabuibui ni babai, te kabuibui ni bakoa, te ... ni maivt. ka-buibuia: to prepare, to put to dehydrate in sun.  kabuibuina: idem
kabuibuia
B  kabuibúia. vt. to encrust one with salt from salt spray. 
kabuiengaenga
B  kabúiengáenga. va. causing one to be encrusted with salt
kabúiengaengaa. vt. to encrust one with salt from salt spray
kabuingoingo
O  kabuingoingo. n. a tacit person.  a. taciturn, not speaking much. 
kabuirearea
B  kabuiréarea. vi. to cause to flake, as the skin
kabuiréareaa. vt. to encrust with briny or sunburnt flakes
kabuka
B  kábuka. vt. to stamp the foot, to spat the hand, to strike salt water with the hands or feet for frightening fish to be caught, to wash down food with a drink.  n. a drink with which to wash food down. 
O  kabuka. vt. kabuka kanam: to soften, to moisten food before swallowing. 
kabuka1. v. buka to hit, to strike the ground or water or an object with the heel or the hand.  vt. kabuka: idem
kabukarerakea
B  kabukárerákea. cau. vt bukarerake
kabuki
B  kábuki. n. a kind of fishingvi. to aid in swallowing by drinking a liquid.  bk. Phys p. 39, line 11. 
O  kabuki. n. liquid swallowed after food to make it go down.  vt. to drink after eating to make food descend. 
kabuki1. v. kapukipuki to make a hollow noisevt. kabuka, kabukibuka: to provoke a hollow sound by hitting water, ground with foot, or hand, etc. 
kabuki2. n. a manner of fishing where water is beaten by hand to attract fish. 
kabukibuki
B  kabúkibuki. vi. frequentative of kabuki
kabukuwi
O  kabukuwi. nv. a top (spinning). (Grimble)? 
kabumarou
O  kabumarou. n. buds of uri flowers (stuck in the hair). 
kabun
B  kábun. n. a shell, the. 
kaábun. vi. to have many offspring, to conceive frequently.  see kakarikinanatina
O  kabun. n. a species of shell (used sometimes to ballast fish nets.  ex. kinds: kabun ni kaiewa, kabun ni kakerukeru, kabun ni bweari, kabunrere, etc. 
kabun1. see v korobung: to choken. an obstruction in throat. 
kabun2. a. irksome, disgusting, repugnantsee korobun
kabun3. v. to have many young.  a. prolificsyn. kakariki, nanatinafig. yielding much profit, productive, multiplying quickly, prolific.  vc. kabunna: to make have ..., to cause to swarm, to abound
kabunbweari
O  kabunbweari. n. a brown shell
kabunenea
B  kabunenea. vi. to engage in vexing with insulting language
kábunenéaa. vt. to vex an enemy with insulting language. 
O  kabunenea. from. neav. to insult, to reprimand, to abusevt. kabunenea
kabung
B  kabung/. vi. to midwife, to cause to bring forth.  bib. Isaiah 66 : 9.  n. midwifery. 
kabunga
B  kabúnga. vt. to let the hair grow long.  n. difference in likeness.  ex. akea kabungana just his likeness. 
O  kabunga. from. bungn. going beyond, unequal length (used mostly in the negative, akea kabungana: nothing beyond).  ex. e bungi nako: that which goes beyond, goes right in. 
kabungata
O  kabungata. from. bungativt. to multiply, to augment
kabungi namakaina
O  kabungi namakaina. n. a manner of fishing after moon sets. 
kabungi tai
O  kabungi tai. v. to wait till the sun sets, to let sun set, to compete with, to eclipse
kabunginano
B  kabúnginæno. vi. to give occasion for gratitude
kabungiro
O  kabungiro. n. sorcery for dance (cover with shadows the opposing side).  syn. kabungiba (make the excellence of opponents disappear).  tao ba (lower them). 
kabunna
B  kábunna. vt. to procure much of, to increase
kabunnai
B  kábunnái. vi. to make additions to a storyn. food, made to go farther by the addition of some other article. 
O  kabunnai. n. something added to augment the quantity (especially food).  v. v.t. kabunnai, kabunnaia, kaka ...: to make go further (in cooking), to swell the bulk.  fig. to exaggerate, to add to a story. 
kabunnata
O  kabunnata. vt. to multiply, to augment, to increase, to amplify very much. 
kabunokonoko
B  kabunókonoko. n. a female captive held as a concubine
O  kabunokonoko. n. formerly a slave concubine
kabunokonokoa
B  kábunokonókoa. vt. to hold a female captive for a concubine. 
kabunrere
B  kabunrére. n. a shell-fish, the. 
O  kabunrere. n. a shell with black or brown spots. cowrie
kabuoka
B  kabuóka. vt. to burn up, to consume by fire
O  kabuoka. from. buevt. to burn, to set alight, to burn out. 
kabura
B  kábura. vt. to make flow as milk from an udder, to milk
kaburabura
O  kaburabura. v. to appear afraid of nothing.  a. frightening looks. 
kaburaerae
B  kaburáerae. n. a waist-mat with an ornamental upper fringe. 
O  kaburaerae. see burae, buraerae
kaburaerae1. n. a mat, lavalava (half mat) tied under armpits and with fringe.  vt. ka-buraeraea: to add a fringe to make a fringe, to fringe. 
kaburaereea
B  káburaeréea. vt. to furnish a waist-mat with an upper fringe. 
kaburamatoa
O  kaburamatoa. a. hard to please, stubborn
kaburara
O  kaburara. n. name of land, of clan, of boti
kaburara1. n. a certain kind of lavalavasee riri
kaburati
O  kaburati. from. buraa. deformed, ugly, coarse, badly made.  fig. vulgar, impolite, disgusting, surly, crabbed
kabure
B  kábure. n. a game of spatting hands, a style of matvi. to play the game of kabure
O  kabure. n. an ancient game for four persons sitting facing, doing hand movements.  v. to play at ... 
kabure1. n. a certain design in mat-weaving <weave> (twill). 
kaburea
B  kaburéa. vt. to charge with sin, to lead into sin, to pass over to one, to give, to will, to bequeath
O  kaburea. from. burevt. to judge guilty, to condemn, to punish, to find fault with, to judge defective, to do wrongly, in a wrong way, to alienate, to give way, to make over, to sacrifice, to abandon to ..., in favour of ... 
kaburena
B  kaburéna. vt. to braid or weave a mat called kabure
O  kaburena. v. to weave a mat with kabure design.  vt. see kabure
kabureti
B  kaburéti. a. bad, evil, unwholesome
O  kabureti. a. ugly effect, to be ugly.  vt. kabureta: to render ugly, to find ugly.  see kaburati
kaburiburi
B  kabúriburi. n. coconut oil prepared for anointing
O  kaburiburi. n. perfumed oil made of coconut milk and taro leaves.  see buri
kaburimaiaia
B  kaburimáiaia. vt. to disarrange or muss as a wreath
O  kaburimaiaia. v. to upset, to crumple, to destroy
kaburinako
B  kabúrinako. n. a game resembling quoits.  vi. to play the game of kaburinako
kaburinana
B  kaburinæ/naa. vt. to squash, to press into a flat mass accidentally. 
O  kaburinana. vt. to squash, to flatten out. 
kaburoa
B  kaburóa. vt. to boil
kaburoburo
B  kabúroburo. vi. to engage in boiling.  n. the process of boiling. 
kaburoburoa
B  kabúroburóa. vt. frequentative of kaburoa
kaburoro
B  kabuúroro. vi. to cause loathing
káburoro. n. the brain, a thing reserved or tabooed. 
O  kaburoro. n. the brain, brains, intelligenceex. akea kaburorona!: he has no brains! 
kaburoro1. n. the season when Pleiades are at zenith and Antares at nadir. 
kaburoronteun
O  kaburoronteun. n. an ancestor, a warrior
kaburorontoun
B  kaburórontoun. n. a Gilbertese god
kaburuburua
B  kabúrubúrua. vt. to make the end of a stick into a brush
kabururu
B  kábururu. vi. to wash, to engage in washing the face and mouth with the hands and fingers. 
O  kabururu. v. kakabururu to wash one's face, to rinse one's mouth, to cleanse, to splash, to sprinkle, to squirt water from mouth to bathe babies.  vt. kabururuaex. e kabururu te kua: the whale is spouting
kabuta
B  kabúta. vt. to make go fast, to spin as a top, to spread abroad, to go all over. 
O  kabuta. see buta, buti
kabutaba
B  kabutaába. vi. to travel extensively. 
O  kabutaba. v. to travel over country, to journey, to make rounds. n. odyssey
kabutaio
B  kabutáio. va. constipating
kabutaioa
B  kábutaióa. vt. to make one constipated. 
kabutakai
B  kabutaákai. intj. an exclamation of one who is thrust at, but parries or dodges the thrust. 
O  kabutakai. intj. kabutakai te mane!  n. a kind of ironical boast of a combatant, a wrestler.  ex. te tia kabutakai: the belligerent
kabutakitaki
O  kabutakitaki. intj. te kabutakitaki te Ngai! warlike expression of wrestler or warrior provoked. (boastful exclamation.). 
kabutaroaroa
B  kabutaróaroa. vt. to give to one a sour unpleasant smell
kabutarotaro
B  kabutæ/rotæro. cau. vi butarotaro
kabutarotaroa
B  kabutæ/rotæ/r. vt. to afflict one with the odor of sour karewe through being a toddy gatherer. 
kabutewetewe
O  kabutewetewe. v. to put fish over flame to cook without burning.  vt. kabutewetewea: idem
kabuti
B  kábuti. n. a short stepping with swinging of the hips in the ruoia by women.  a mode of fishing on the ocean reef.  vi. to take short steps in the ruoia to fish with a line and pole in a rawarawa
O  kabuti. n. a walk, parade, evolutions of dance step.  v. to walk, to advance, to parade in such a way. 
kabuti1. n. a kind of ruoia <dance>. 
kabuti2. n. diluted dough, batter
kabuti3. n. a manner of fishing by drawing line along the surface. 
kabuti man
O  kabuti man. n. measures taken in order to bring about engagement of marriage, deputation. 
kabutia
O  kabutia. vt. to move, to mix, to make move, to revolve
kabutika
B  kabútika. a. poisonous as certain fish
kabútikaa. vt. to visit a canoe just returned form fishing and ask boldly for a portion of the catch. 
O  kabutika. v. to drive a car or vehicle. 
kabutika1. vt. to cause a surprise, a meeting, to visit, to go to meet, to take occasion of someone's good luck in order to get something from them to eat or drink.  ex. ka butika te wa: to go to meet a canoe coming back from fishing expedition (in order to beg some fish).  see butika, kawian. te kabutikaex. te amarake ae kabutika: food which invites others to come and partake of (or) food bringing ill-luck. 
kabutika2. a. poisonous (fish).  syn. ntaribariba
kabutikeke
B  kabútikeke. a. soft and slippery as a path after rain. 
O  kabutikeke. a. soft and slipperyvc. to make slide; to glide over water. 
kabutu
B  kábutu. vi. to express displeasure by a grimacen. a pouting of the lips, a grimace of displeasure. 
O  kabutu. v. to pout, to make wry face. kabutu, kakabutuvt. kabutua: idemex. e kabutua riana: he pouts his lips. 
kabutua
B  kabútua. vt. to pout the lips. 
kabwe
O  kabwe. n. a game of roundersv. to play this game. 
kabwea
B  kabwéa. vi. to deceive
O  kabwea. from. bwevt. to steer with helm, to steer, to manoeuvre, to work the steering wheel, bridle, handlebars, driving wheel.  ex. kabwea wana: trying a newly made canoe.  fig. to hold the controls, to steer, to direct, to domineer (or) to turn the wheel, to turn about, to deform, to change, to disfigure the meaning, etc. 
kabweara
B  kabwéara. vt. to perfume a riri by scorching it. 
kabweari
B  kabwéari. vi. to engage in giving a scorched smell to a ririn. a riri which has been scented by moderate scorching. 
O  kabweari. n. a manner of fumigating people in sorcery ceremonies, a kind of perfumed fumigation of persons and things.  vt. kabweara: to perfume over the smoke of odoriferous plants, to fumigate persons or things (sorcery). 
kabwebwe
B  kabwebwe. n. a slice or portion of babai for planting to obtain suckers
O  kabwebwe. n. a piece or section of taro, or top of taro, kept to replant, taro plant.  vt. kabwebwea: to make or let plants grow, to let shoots grow. 
kabwebwe. n. heata. hot (kabuebue). 
kabwebwea
B  kábwebwea. vt. to cause to sprout, to wait for sprouting. 
kabwi
O  kabwi. n. decimal system
kabwia
B  kabwía. vt. to make ten, to tithe, to make a full ten.  n. a tenth
kabwibwi
B  kabwíbwi. n. babai preserved by drying. 
kabwibwia
B  kabwibwía. vt. to preserve babai by drying. 
kae
B  káe. n. a mode of fishing by running down a fish in shoal water.  vi. to fish by running down the fish in shoal water. 
kaáe. vi. to engage in searching. 
kaea
B  káeea. vt. to pursue
káea. vt. to search after, to seek
O  kaea. vt. kakaeasyn. kawaraex. kaea te reirei: to go to school.  syn. ukera: to search, to seek, to look for. 
kaea1. syn. kakioav. to chase, to run after
kaeaka
O  kaeaka. vt. ka-eaka: to welcome, to take in a traveller, exile, or homeless person. 
kaeba
B  káeb'a. vi. to toss high as a quoit.  n. a game, the name given to kabane in Butaritari. 
O  kaeba. syn. kabanen. a game
kaebanakoa
B  kaeb'anákoa. vt. to ask a person to do. 
kaebua
O  kaebua. v. v.t. to call someone a coward, or a milksop, to accuse of sluggishness, or inertia. 
kaei
O  kaei. suf. added to certain adj. of dimension to transform them into superlative.  ex. abakei (abakin aei), anaukaei (anauna aei) with a sign to show size: this size, this length. used also without gesture to designate: very long, very big.  see katukaei, morokaei, tuakaei: (S.). 
kaeia
B  káeia. cau. vt ei to bend, to cause to lean, to cause to sway
O  kaeia. from. eivt. to make slopekaeieia: to make bend from side to side, to sway
kaeieia
B  kaeiéia. vt. to bend back and forth as a young tree, to cause to sway back and forth. 
kaeinakoa
B  kaeinákoa. vt. to bend to the ground, to put in a horizontal position. 
O  kaeinakoa. vt. to bend over till in horizontal position. 
kaeka
B  káeka. a. convalescent
káekaa. vt. to answer, to reply to. 
O  kaeka. vt. kaekaeka: to answer to ..., to reply to ..., to question, to make speak by questioning. 
kaeka1. vt. to lift up head, eye). ka-ekav. to make someone convalesce
kaekaeka
B  káekaekaa. vt. frequentative of kaeka
kaeke
B  káeke. n. a certain plank in a canoen. a certain incantation performed for the purpose of helping the patient to become famous. 
O  kaeke. n. a certain board in a canoe to heighten it.  n. an incantation to procure celebrity;  see ekevt. ka-ekea
kaekea
B  káekea. vt. to speak in praise of. 
kaena
B  káena. vt. to chaff, to make fun of, to taunt
O  kaena. v. kaenaena:, kakaenaena: to mock, to deriden. mockery, derision, ridicule (to make fun of by imitating speech or manner, etc.).  ex. te kaenaena: mockery, derision, ridicule by imitating. 
kaenaena
B  kaenáena. vi. to mock, to engage in deridingn. derision, mockery. 
kaenáenaa. vt. to deride
kaenatinaia
B  káenætináia. vt. to anger one by hard words. 
O  kaenatinaia. from. atinai: a strong fish, hard to overcome.  vt. to render furious, to make someone beside himself with rage
kaengeng
B  káengeng. va. advancing slowly, not soon performed.  n. a slow performance. 
O  kaengeng. v. to say "yes, yes" and do nothing about it. 
kaerakea
B  kaerákea. vt. to beach a canoe
kaerere
B  kaerére. vi. to engage in devastating. 
kaererea
B  kaerérea. vt. to beat to pieces, to destroy
kaerieria
B  kaeríeria. vt. to provide with a spoon
kaeroro
B  kaeéroro. vi. to engage in urgingn. the act of urging or pressing. 
kaeta
B  káeta. vt. to correct, to interpret, to make straight
O  kaeta. vt. to correct, to straighten, to interpret
kaeti
O  kaeti. n. noticesee eti, kakaetiv. to ask permission, to explain what one desires. 
kaetiang
O  kaetiang. v. to make sail or canoe in such a way as to get the maximum of wind. 
kaetieti
O  kaetieti. n. te tia ... one who permits, gives permission.  ex. te tia kakaeti: one who asks permission. 
kaetirurua
B  kaetirúrua. vt. to make very straight
kaeutakia
O  kaeutakia. vt. kakaeutakia to show off, to stalk proudly.  see eutaki
kaewa
B  káewa. a. having a light shade amid dark ones.  n. a place with a sand bottom amid rocks. 
káewaa. vt. to cut into slices as babai
O  kaewa. and kaewaewafrom. wean. a breach, a gap, a sandy space between coral rocks.  va. kaewa
kaewa1. vt. kaewaewa to cut taro in sections lengthwise (lengthwise sections). 
kaewaea
B  kaewáea. vt. to provoke to anger
kaewaewa
B  kaewáewa. vt. to cut into long slices as babai
kaewe
B  káewe. vi. to fish for the baneawan. fishing for baneawa
O  kaewe. from. ewev. to fish with slip knot.  vt. kaewea: idem
kaeweananga
B  kaeweaánanga. vi. to communicate secrets, to tattlen. tattling, the communication of secrets. 
kaeweatia
B  kaeweæ/tia. vt. to induce one to migrate
kaewebotia
B  káewebótia. vt. to lead one to a place previously assigned to another. 
kaewenako
B  káewenáko. vi. to engage in challenging from a distance.  n. food first distrivuted to old men. 
O  kaewenako. n. 1. the setting apart in advance of food (te ari) for the ancients.  v. kaewenakovt. kaewenakoa: to set apart, to transmit.  2. to make jump, to start up, to get up (to dance, sing, wrestle, etc.).  3. kaewenakoa te taeka, kakaewe taeka: to challenge, to make a sally, to make a retort
kaewenakoa
B  káewenákoa. vt. to challenge from a distance. 
kaewerongorongo
B  kaeweróngorongo. vi. to engage in disclosing secretsn. the disclosure of secrets. 
O  kaewerongorongo. v. to give out news, to reveal a secret. 
kaewetaeka
B  kaewetáeka. vi. to report to one what is said against him by another.  n. the reporting to one of what has been said against him by another. 
O  kaewetaeka. n. tale bearingv. to report news. 
kaewewe
B  kaewéwe. vi. to toss up repeatedly.  n. a mode of fishing for the ba:ra
kai
B  kái. adv. easily, without difficulty, soon, readilyn. punishment, anything carried in the hand for the purpose of throwing- wood, a stick , a handle, a weapon.  vi. to be in trouble, in straits, in difficulty
kaái. n. a bird with long legs, the. 
kái:. n. a mode of fishingvt. to fish for katura or ninimai in the sand. 
kaái. n. one belonging in or to (followed by suffix n or ni). 
O  kai. intj. of surprise, interrogation, affirmation.  ex. Kai! te Tama: Here's father.  kai antai?: well, who?  syn. ai antai
kai1. n. te kai: ka:i (plural).  word with numerous meanings,may be divided into four categories: 1.  wood, 2. instrument, 3. pain, 4. chastisement, punishment ... 1. wood in general: trees, plants, stick, switch, rod, pointer, lath, piece. te kaina, uakai, teni kai, etc.  2. instrument: tool, arm, projectile, machine, apparatus, materialfig. method, system, trick, manner, procedure, way, mimic, rhythm, turnn. te tia kai: a conjurer, a juggler, an expert at wrestling, boxing, etc.  v. ua-kai: to have or carry arms, tools.  n. 3. pain: suffering (physical or moral), particular sickness, want, privation, need, miseryex. kai n nano: want, privation, be in need.  e kai nanou n te ... : I suffer by the privation of ..., for the want of ...  n. 4. chastisement , punishment, defeat, victory, vengeance, revengeex. e a toka au kai: I am victoriouse a reke kaiu: I am punishedte reke ni kainv. chastisement, punishment.  ex. te kaoa ni kai: exposing to danger.  te kareke kai: vengeance, retaliation, chastisement.  te taenikai (e tae te kai): defeat, to be defeated, vanquished.  tokanikai (e toka te kai): victory, triumph, to be victorious, triumphant.  katokanikaia: to vanquish, to triumph over ..., to overcome to outweigh, to surpassidiom. e maoto kaiu: I got my revenge.  n. 5. te kai: a conquered person, a prisoner of war, reduced to slavery.  syn. kaunga (S.).  ex. by ext. te kai: servante a kainira: he works us as servants.  au kai, am kai, ana kai: my helper, your helper, etc. 
kai2. n. kain te ... kaini ... kaina ... kaia...: an inhabitant, occupant, member, adherent, citizen, people of ...  ex. kaini Kiribati: Gilbertesekain te Ekaretia: members of the church.  akea kaia: no inhabitants.  a. kakai: inhabited, populatedex. kakai: having many fruit trees (wooded).  vt. kaina: to people, to populate, to live in, to inhabit, to be a member of ...  kaiakina: idem. to settle in, to lodge in, to become an inhabitant of ..., to take for one's habitation. 
kai3. adv. kakai: easily, readily, promptly, without difficulty. It has the meaning of able on the end of English and French words.  ex. kakai uruaki: breakableae kakai tangiraki: amiable, agreeableae kai buti: rapid
kai4. n. te kai: <bird> crane, herona. roroa ni kai: crane's neck.  wae ni kai: having legs like a crane.  nv. wi-kai: to be ashamed, confused, abashed, crestfallen, disappointed (slang).  ex. wae ni kai: to walk like a crane. 
kai5. v. to search for shell fish in the sand. te kai koikoi, te kai koumara, te kai katura, etc.  vt. kaia: to scratch in the sand for certain shell fish. 
G  kaai. sn. Demigretta sacran. <bird> reef heron (aa). 
kai aweawe
O  kai aweawe. n. a long, slender stick or treea. long like a rod, slim, lank, slender
kai eti
O  kai eti. n. a straight sticka. kai eti, kakaieti: straight, very straight. 
kai mai
O  kai mai. a. easily or quickly cooked
kai maiu kakaimaiu
O  kai maiu kakaimaiu. a. which lives or grows easily. 
kai mate
O  kai mate. n. a plant withering away.  a. dying quickly, corrupted, ephemeral, perishableex. kakai mate
kai mauna
O  kai mauna. a. kakai mauna: disappearing quickly, ephemeral, fugitive
kai n akawa
O  kai n akawa. n. fishing tackle
kai n amarake
O  kai n amarake. n. fruit trees
kai n anti
O  kai n anti. n. intermittent physical pain of unknown cause. 
kai n aoao
O  kai n aoao. n. a pole for pushing canoe. 
kai n ararake
O  kai n ararake. n. a ladder, stairssyn. te kai n tamarake
kai n areke
O  kai n areke. a. thin, slender, lank
kai n auau
O  kai n auau. n. an instrument to get fish out of crevices, hooked wire, hook used to draw up eel-pot. 
kai n erieri
O  kai n erieri. n. a large spoon or ladle (formerly half coconut shell with handle added).  see kai ni moi, tem baina
kai n ewaewa
O  kai n ewaewa. n. a tool for digging (pointed stick used as spade formerly). 
kai n ika
O  kai n ika. n. the second kiaro moti from the bows of canoe. 
kai n nano
O  kai n nano. or. kainnano physical or moral suffering especially from want, privation, poverty, misery, difficulty, pain.  ex. I kainnano, e kai nanou: I suffer, I am in difficulty, in want, etc. 
kai n newe
O  kai n newe. n. an instrument for hinging things on, hook, nail, coat hanger
kai n nongonongo
O  kai n nongonongo. n. an instrument or tool for stopping chinks, making air-tight. 
kai n okatou
O  kai n okatou. n. a pole or rod used for knocking down pandanus fruit. 
kai n oro
O  kai n oro. n. a tool for hitting, a hammer, a mallet, a cane, a strap
kai n oro wi
O  kai n oro wi. n. an ancient lighter (piece of iron struck on flintstone, to obtain spark). 
kai n reibu
O  kai n reibu. n. a kind of small brush of chewed fibre (was used formerly to taste kamaimai). 
kai n ribariba
O  kai n ribariba. or. kai n kariban. a wedge
kai n ribita
O  kai n ribita. n. a rod or pole for reaching and pulling down objects, fruit, out of reach. 
kai n ririka
O  kai n ririka. n. a pointed stick (generally taume) for fixing ridge on roof. 
kai n roa
O  kai n roa. n. a fishing rod (more usual) te kai n roaroan. a stick with string and vessel for drawing water from well.  n. a constellation, the Crane and the tail of Scorpion together. 
kai n roro
O  kai n roro. n. persons of the same age or generation.  a. kainroro, kakainroro: being of ... 
kai n ruruo
O  kai n ruruo. n. a certain fishing rod for bara fishing. 
kai n ta
O  kai n ta. from. ta - tangaki: eavesboard of roof, horizontal laths to which are fixed the kai ni kakari (vertical laths). 
kai n taetaeri
O  kai n taetaeri. n. horizontal laths of walls to which are fixed ba one after another. 
kai n taibao
O  kai n taibao. n. a block of wood used as mallet to hammer string bindings to secure them.  vt. kaintaibaoa: to hit with ... 
kai n tamarake
O  kai n tamarake. see kai n ararake, kairo
kai n taoata
O  kai n taoata. n. an arched piece of wood fixed over the kai ni marawa and under which the ata (shroud) passes. 
kai n taura
O  kai n taura. n. a suspension hook
kai n taura ni bua
O  kai n taura ni bua. n. uvula
kai n tawakai
O  kai n tawakai. n. bar of press, levervt. kaintawakaia: to lift with lever or put weight on. 
kai n tekateka
O  kai n tekateka. n. a seat, chair, stool, armchairsyn. kai n toka
kai n teru
O  kai n teru. n. a rod with several splits at end used in te karanga play
kai n tibua
O  kai n tibua. vt. to swell the paunch, to make heavy.  see intibu
kai n tiku
O  kai n tiku. n. a roostsyn. te kai ni katiku
kai n tikuaba
O  kai n tikuaba. n. (myth. tree) symbol of union in Samoa before the disaccord and dispersion. From the ancestors assembled there the genealogy of the Gilbertese begins. 
kai n tinebu
O  kai n tinebu. a. corpulent and heavy
kai n tirere
O  kai n tirere. n. a baton for tirere play
kai n toka
O  kai n toka. n. a seat, a high seat, a platform, a stand, a stagekaintoka n uea: throne
kai n tore
O  kai n tore. n. a hollow tube or straw for drinking. 
kai n toro
O  kai n toro. n. lavatory, toiletsyn. kai ni beka, kai n nako tari
kai n toro rau
O  kai n toro rau. n. a stake on which leaves are flattened out for making thatch. 
kai n toru
O  kai n toru. n. a rod used in play called toru or karangan. a stick tied to another to straighten or support it, a prop, a supportvt. kaintorua: to support, to reinforce, to straighten so. 
kai n totoki
O  kai n totoki. n. a pot stick for cramming, crushing, a small pestle for pounding food, reducing it to puree or pulp. 
kai n totoko
O  kai n totoko. n. a prop, a stay, a supportsyn. kai ni bakatoko, kai ni butika
kai ni babau
O  kai ni babau. n. a crossbeam of maneaba or house.  syn. te kai ni kaukau
kai ni bairi
O  kai ni bairi. n. cartilage of nose
kai ni bakatoka
O  kai ni bakatoka. n. a prop, stanchion, buttresssyn. te kai n totoko, te kai ni butika
kai ni beka
O  kai ni beka. n. lavatory, toilet, WC
kai ni benga
O  kai ni benga. n. a bench inside canoe between ribs (aiai).  syn. te kai ni betaru
kai ni beti
O  kai ni beti. n. buoy, lifebeltsyn. kai ni kabeti
kai ni biro
O  kai ni biro. n. ancient system of tightening boards in canoe-making, a tool for twisting, clamp
kai ni bwena
O  kai ni bwena. n. laths cut from pandanus trunk. 
kai ni ikiku
O  kai ni ikiku. n. a pestlesyn. kai ni ikuiku
kai ni kaba
O  kai ni kaba. n. an evil spell to thwart unlucky love.  vt. kainikabaea: to make unlucky
kai ni kabaebae
O  kai ni kabaebae. n. lasso of Gilbertese warrior, part of his gear. 
kai ni kabaru
O  kai ni kabaru. n. a rat trap, a mouse trapn. a constellation formed by four stars of hind part of Great Dog
kai ni kabeti
O  kai ni kabeti. n. part of constellation of Scorpion
kai ni kabo
O  kai ni kabo. n. a utensil for mixing. 
kai ni kabobo
O  kai ni kabobo. n. a stick with running knot for fishing eelssyn. te kai ni matamea
kai ni kaenaena
O  kai ni kaenaena. n. the other stick with bait attached used in eel fishing
kai ni kaka
O  kai ni kaka. n. a tool for removing bark off trees. 
kai ni kakari
O  kai ni kakari. n. a lath from rooftop to eaves of houses to which thatch is fixed.  syn. te ba ni kakari: a wooden tooused for fixing thatch. 
kai ni kakeke
O  kai ni kakeke. n. a kind of stake, crow bar
kai ni kakeru
O  kai ni kakeru. n. instrument to make noise under water. 
kai ni kakiki
O  kai ni kakiki. n. a crow bar, a wooden tool with sharp point for extracting large mollusc from shells.  n. a sandbank extending under water. 
kai ni kako
O  kai ni kako:. n. a tool for tightening, screw jack
kai ni kamaeiei
O  kai ni kamaeiei. n. a see saw
kai ni kamaen
O  kai ni kamaen. n. method or school or composition for dance singing, dances with magic rites and formula.  n. te tia kai ni kamaen: the composer, director, sorcerer of certain dances.  ex. kai ni kamaen: to compose or conduct these dances.  n. a pillar in maneaba set apart for the composer. 
kai ni kangawa
O  kai ni kangawa. n. a cudgel for ramming into shark's throat to overcome it. 
kai ni kangeri
O  kai ni kangeri. n. a kind of comb (formerly) made from roots of mangrove, having two pointed prongs, was carried in hole of lobe of ear, more usually called te kangeri
kai ni kaotinako
O  kai ni kaotinako. n. a Gilbertese fork used in agriculture. 
kai ni kararao
O  kai ni kararao. n. a system or school of compositionsee kai ni kamaen
kai ni karawa
O  kai ni karawa. n. saints, inhabitants of heaven, stars of the firmament. 
kai ni kareke
O  kai ni kareke. n. an iron rod or wire for fishing in crevices, a wooden rod for pulling down pandanus leaves (ira ni kie). 
kai ni karema
O  kai ni karema. n. a crow barsyn. koroba (crow-bar) and kai ni kauma
kai ni karotu
O  kai ni karotu. n. a pointed stick for scratching in sand or in fish nooks. 
kai ni kataratara
O  kai ni kataratara. n. field glassess, telescope, binoculars
kai ni katarin
O  kai ni katarin. n. a copra knife
kai ni katebe
O  kai ni katebe. n. a bow, a sling, a crossbowex. kanoan te ...: an arrow
kai ni katena
O  kai ni katena. n. pincers, pliers, forceps, vise, tongs
kai ni katiku
O  kai ni katiku. n. a roost
kai ni katine
O  kai ni katine. n. a weighing machine, scales
kai ni katoka
O  Kai ni katoka. n. a constellation: trapeze in Sagittarius
kai ni katonga
O  kai ni katonga. n. kainikatonga: pride, arrogance, boastfulnessa. kainikatonga, kakainikatonga: arrogant, proud, boastful, insolentsyn. karietata
kai ni katu
O  kai ni katu. n. a wooden bar (short and thick) used in game of katuasyn. te kai ni karetika
kai ni kaukau
O  kai ni kaukau. n. a cross beam in native buildings.  syn. te kai ni babausee this word
kai ni kauma
O  kai ni kauma. n. a lever, a crow barsyn. koroba, te kai ni karema
kai ni kawakewake
O  kai ni kawakewake. n. a fishing rod (for fishing bara, skin of nari used as bait). 
kai ni kawawa
O  kai ni kawawa. n. spout, gutter of roof, delivery pipe
kai ni kibakiba
O  kai ni kibakiba. n. a long fishing rod to which is fixed line called abo
kai ni korokorom
O  kai ni korokorom. n. an instrument used for husking nuts.  syn. te koro
kai ni kuka
O  kai ni kuka. n. a stovesyn. te kiare, te titove (stove). 
kai ni maeao
O  kai ni maeao. n. tree trunks brought in by west wind. 
kai ni man
O  kai ni man. n. a flag post, semaphore, coconuts hung upside down inside house to preserve longer. 
kai ni marawa
O  kai ni marawa. n. the last cross piece connecting the kiaro over the outrigger (rama).  ex. te na ni man: other cross pieces. 
kai ni marewe
O  kai ni marewe. n. specially chosen food or drink put aside.  vt. kainimarewea, kaimarewea: to put aside, to keep in reserve. 
kai ni matamea
O  kai ni matamea. n. a rod with running knot on end for fishing eels.  syn. te kai ni kabobo
kai ni moi
O  kai ni moi. n. a Gilbertese ladle, a ladle.  syn. te kai n erierin. the star of Dolphin slightly apart from the four others. 
kai ni ngongo
O  kai ni ngongo. n. a back scratcher
kai ni wai
O  kai ni wai. n. a harpoon, a lance
kai ni wairau
O  kai ni wairau. n. a tool for making thatch. 
kai ni waiwai
O  kai ni waiwai. n. a wooden instrument for packing kabubu into forms. 
kai rereba
O  kai rereba. n. a spade, a lance, a spear (lit. instrument with wide cutting edge). 
kai roro
O  kai roro. n. kakai roro who enters, penetrates or intrudes easily, who attains object easily. 
kai tare
O  kai tare. a. quickly exhausted, run out of. 
kai ura
O  kai ura. nva. kakai ura igniting quickly, inflammablefig. irascible
kaia
B  káia. vt. to unearth or unsand katura in the beach with the feet. 
kaiaba
O  kaiaba. syn. kan ababav. to want land, to have a great desire to acquire or possess land. 
kaiababaea
B  káiababáea. cau. vt iababa to await a very high state of the tide. 
kaiabubuta
B  káiabubúta. cau. vt iabubuti
kaiabuta
B  káiabuta. cau. vt iabuti
kaiai
B  káiai. n. a coconut tree in the third stage.  a man in the prime of life. 
kaáiai. n. a preparation of kabubu and scraped coconut mixed together in water.  vi. to engage in mixing kabubu and scraped coconut. 
O  kaiai. n. a young tree growing up.  a. growing well.  n. a child, a young person growing up.  a. growing well.  n. time of adolescencea. (something) new, recentsyn. bou, menai
kaiai1. n. a dish comprising grated coconut, kabubu and water.  v. to prepare this dish. 
kaiaia
B  kaiáia. vt. to move the lower jaw up and down rapidly. 
O  kaiaia. v. v.t. to move the jaws, to grind the teeth (to irritate, to rouse). 
kaiaine
O  kai-aine. n. kakai-aine, kaiainea, kakaiaine: an ancient word replaced by wene ni bure: copulate, copulation. 
kaiaka
B  káiaka. cau. vt iaka
kaiakai
B  kaiaákai. cau. vi iakai
kaiakebokeboa
B  káiakebókeboa. cau. vt iakebokebo
kaiaki
B  káiaki. vi. to be stirred up, to be arousedn. a bestirring of one's self, activity, excitement
kaiakiaka
B  káiakiáka. cau. vt iakiaki
kaiakina
B  káiakina. vi. to abide on one's land on order the better to care for it. 
O  kaiakina. v. to settle, to live at ..., to populate, to become a member of ..., to live at ...  see kai, kaina: inhabitant
kaiakina1. vt. to work for, to be devoted to, to go to a lot of trouble for ...  note. a little different from keiakinafrom. kai
kaiangabuki
B  kaiángabuki. vt. to put butt to butt. 
kaiangoa
B  kaiángoa. vt. to cause to neglect
kaiangoraoa
B  kaiángoráoa. cau. vt iangoraoi
kaiangoraoi
B  kaiángoráoi. cau. vi iangoraoi
kaianimama
B  káianimáma. vt. to await the proper state of the tide as for fishing or sailing by moonlight. 
kaianora
B  káianóra. vi. to await low tide. 
kaianroa
B  káianróa. vi. to await the proper state of the tide when there is no moonlight. 
kaiao
B  káiao. n. leaves of vegetation as of the kiaou , the uri, and kaura gathered for compost
O  kaiao. n. leaves of divers plants dried and used to manure taro plants, also fresh leaves chopped up for same purpose. kakaiao: abundance of ...  vt. kaiaona: to manure with the kaiao <leaf>. 
G  kaiao. sn. Sida fallax Walp. (z)
kaiaraea
B  kaiaráea. cau. vt iara to wait for season of neap-tide. 
kaiarakea
B  káiarakéa. vt. to wait for high tide. 
kaiba
B  káiba. n. a case or sheath knife whose loose handle has been lashed. 
O  kaiba. n. sheath, scabbard, piece joining two ends.  vt. kaibaea: to set, to fix, to patch up, to mend, to put into a sheath (perhaps graft). 
kaibaba
B  kaib'aáb'a. n. bamboo, a flute, a pipe
O  kaibaba. n. a hollow stick, bamboo, reed, flute, pipe, shank, etc. 
kaibabaru
B  káib'ab'áru. vi. to lustn. lust
O  kaibabaru. from. baruan. concupiscence, covetousness, sensuality, immoderate desirevt. kaibabarua ... to desire. 
kaibaea
B  kaibáea. vt. to bind a broken bone with splinters. 
kaibai
O  kaibai. n. a ladle made of shell. 
kaibake
O  kaibake. n. tobacco plant, incision, graft
kaibako
B  káibako. a. sunken in, as the chest. 
O  kaibako. n. a hollow object, a dent, an empty stomach.  vt. kaibakoa: to make a dent, to make a hollow, to bash in, to deform by smashing in. 
kaibangake
B  káibangake. n. the cross
kaibangaki
O  kaibangaki. n. wood crossed, a cross, a crucifixsee bangakivt. kaibangaka: to cross, to put in form of a cross. kaibangakai, kaibangakiko: to make the Sign of the Cross over ... 
kaibara
B  káibara. n. the lateral root of the pandanusa. tough, not easily masticated as certain pandanus fruit. 
O  kaibara. n. lattice made from pandanus roots, these roots when cut for use (used for partition, walls, lattice work). <.  a. hard, tough like kaibara (fruits).  vt. kaibarana and kaibaraia: to make of kaibara, to put ... 
kaibaro
O  kaibaro. n. a small trunk, drawer of cupboard. 
kaibaun
O  kaibaun. n. a red flowersn. Russelia junua
G  kaibaun. sn. Russelia equisetiformis (z)
kaibea
B  káibea. vt. to pack closely as kabubu
kaibeibea
B  kaibéibea. vt. frequentative of kaibea
kaibeka
B  kaíbeka. cau. vt ibeki to apply force to. 
kaibekokoa
B  káibekókoa. vt. to stock a pond with baneawa
kaibekua
O  kaibekua. from. bekuvt. to make work, labour
kaibekura
B  káibekura. vt. to agitate, to stir up. 
O  kaibekura. vt. idem. to overwork
kaibentanoa
B  káibentæ/noa. vt. to dirty a garment by spreading it to dry on the ground or sand. 
kaibeta
O  kaibeta. from. betin. kaibetan te ...: a float, swimmer's float (as life belt).  vt. kaibetana: to have, to take, use as a float. 
kaibetangatanga
B  kaibetángatangaa. cau. vt ibetangatanga
kaibetaotaoa
B  káibetaotáoa. cau. vt ibetaotao
kaibeti
O  kaibeti. n. wood which floatsa. buoyant, light
kaibetia
O  kaibetia. n. kaibetian te ...: floats on fishing nets and lines.  vt. kaibetiana: to put a float on. 
kaibetutua
B  káibetútua. cau. vt ibetutu
kaibibiti
B  kaáibibíti. vi. to miss seeing, to fail to fall in with. 
káibibíti. vt. to exchange
kaibiki
O  kaibiki. or. kaibiken. an eelsn. Murene gymnothorax
G  kaibiki. sn. Gymnothorax bikiniensisn. eel (ll). 
kaibiro
B  kaáibiro. vi. to cross as the limbs. 
O  kaibiro. n. act of ...  see birov. kaibirovt. kaibiroa, kakaibiroa: to make string, to twist with biro, to tighten with screwjack or block. 
kaibiroi
B  kaáibiroi. vt. to cross and lash two sticks together. 
kaibo
O  kaibo. n. kind of box or chest in former times made of four boards and closed at both ends.  n. kind of prison where souls of the dead were detained temporarily before arriving at Bouruvt. kaiboa: to shut in, to enclose, to put in kaibo
kaiboa
B  kaibóa. vt. to light a pipe , to increase combustion. 
kaiboóa. vt. to close or shut up tight as a box or house. 
O  kaiboa. see ibovt. to swell up, to cram, to compress. kaiboa te raba, te moko, te nano: (encourage each other). 
kaibobua
B  kaibóbua. vt. to imbed more firmly as a stick for husking coconuts. 
O  kaibobua. vt. kakaibobuasup. superlative of kaiboa: to shut in, to enclose
kaiboia
O  kaiboia. n. a shrubsn. Dodonaea viscosa
kaibora
G  kaipora. sn. Dodonaea viscosa (z)
kaibuke
B  káibuke. n. a shipvi. to ship on board a vessel. 
O  kaibuke. n. a ship, a sailing ship, a steamer, a motor vessel
kaibuti
B  káibuti. vi. to sail fast,.  ex. e kaibuti she sails fast.  n. fast sailing, a great speed. 
kaiea
B  káiea. vt. to sail
kaieie
B  kaiéie. vi. to sail, to engage in sailing. 
kaiein
B  kaiéin. n. the giving in marriage
kaieina
B  kaiéina. vt. to give in marriage
kaienikuria
B  kaiénikuria. vt. to hasten, to hurry
kaientaka
B  kaientáka. cau. vt ientaka
kaientaua
B  kaientáua. vt. to hasten, to hurry
kaieti
B  káieti. a. straight and perpendicular as a palm. 
kaiewe
O  kaiewe. v. to jumble, to entangle, to complicate, to mix up ideas.  n. a cock and bull story.  syn. kairiewe (kai-ri-ewe)vt. kaiewea, kairiewea: idem
kaiewea
B  kaiéwea. vt. to mix up, or report incorrectly. 
kaika
B  káika. vt. to bail out as a canoe
O  kaika. vt. to empty a canoe, a well, to bail out with scoop or bucket.  see kaiki, kaikika
kaikai
B  káikai. n. a meal, a civilized meal.  firm particles in kabubuvi. to partake of a meal after the fashion of white men. 
O  kaikai. from. Polynesian or pidgin English.  v. kai: to eat, to take a mealn. a meal. 
kaikai1. from. kaia. kakaikai, containing hard particles, wood, gravel, kernel, etc., speaking of food as for example kabubun. hard part in body of clam shell (giant Tridacoconute). 
kaikai2. n. a shark
G  kaikai. n. a shark (ll). 
kaikain
B  káikain. vi. to shutex. te auti ni kaikain a prison
O  kaikain. n. a small tiger sharksyn. tababa
kaikain1. from. kaina: close, enclose.  n. te uma ni kaikain, te auti ni kaikain, te karabuti: a prison, jail
kaikaintababa
G  kaikaintababa. n. small tiger shark (ll). 
kaikakaia
B  kaikakaáia. vt. to hasten work in order to finidh and go elsewhere. 
kaikarewe
B  káikarewe. n. sugar-cane
O  kaikarewe. n. sugar cane sweets, lollies, <lolly>.  sn. Saccharum officinarum
kaikawa
B  káikawaa. vt. to bring to maturity, to train up. 
kaike
B  káike. n. an article of refreshment
kaikea
B  káikea. vt. to refresh one when weary by feeding or assisting. 
O  kaikea. from. ikevt. kaikeikea: to feed, to give refreshments to. 
kaikeike
B  kaikéike. n. asthmavi. to breathe as one suffering from asthma. 
O  kaikeike. n. asthma, shortness of breath.  v. to have same. 
kaikeikea
B  kaikéikea. vt. frequentative of kaikea
kaikeikentauti
B  kaikéikentáuti. va. causing to breathe with difficulty, as gluttony. 
kaikewi
B  káikewí. vi. to eat, to partake of food
O  kaikewi. n. a meal, a snack (light meal).  v. to take nourishment, to take refreshments. 
kaiki
O  kaiki. v. kaikiki to empty water out of well or canoe, to bailn. te kaikikisee kaika
kaikika
B  kaikíka. vt. to bail out a canoe
kaikiki
B  kaikíki. vt. to engage in bailing out as a canoe.  n. the bailing out of a canoe. 
kaikiraoki
B  káikiraoki. n. a camphor chest
O  kaikiraoki. a. trunk made of camphor wood or odoriferous wood. 
kaiko
B  káiko. vi. to lay up in storen. the act of providing for future use, providence. 
kaikoa
B  káikoa. vt. to lay up in store. 
kaikoaka
B  káikoaka. vt. to wound, to bruise
kaikoikoa
B  kaikóikoa. vt. frequentative of kaikoa
kaikonaka
B  káikonaka. n. a likeness, a resemblancevt. to resemble
O  kaikonaka. vt. to explain by parables, to express similitude, to liken to, to compare with. 
kaikonaki
B  káikonaki. n. a figureex. taetae ni kaikonaki parable.  vi. to speak in a parable
O  kaikonaki. or. taetae ni kaikonakin. a parable, comparison, figure, symbol, allegory, allegorical language.  v. to speak in ..., by ... 
kaikotaka
B  káikotaka. vt. to await the assembling of people. 
O  kaikotaka. vt. from. ikota: to cause to assemble, to wait till the crowd gathers. 
kaikui
B  káikui. n. a variety of babai
O  kaikui. n. a species of taro
kaimai
B  káimai. a. having light-colored leavesn. a variety of babai, a kind of white wood. 
káim'ai. a. skilled in cooking thoroughly. 
O  kaimai. a. deft at cooking, culinary knowledge, capable or skilful at cooking. 
kaimai1. n. white timbern. a white taro
kaimaiu
B  kaimáiu. n. a tree, the.  a. skilled in cultivation
O  kaimaiu. n. a tree which grows quickly, flourishes.  n. a good method to make grow.  a. skilful at making grow or cultivating.  see bai-maiun. a species of tree, very rare, used in carpentry. 
kaimaranga
O  kaimaranga. vt. to place at intervals, to intercalate, to alternate
kaimatu
O  kaimatu. n. a weedsn. Phyllanthus amarus, or simplex
kaimoa
O  kaimoa. a. sailor, crewsyn. tiera
kaimwerea
B  kaimwérea. vt. to make go slow
kaimweremwerea
B  káimweremwérea. vt. frequentative of kaimwerea
kaina
B  káina. n. a pandanus tree, the screw-pine. 
káinaa. vt. to cause one at appear to disadvantage as when poorly dressed. 
káina. vt. to shut, to close. 
O  kaina. vt. kakaina: to close, to shut, to lock, to confineex. kaina: to bolt, to lock, to padlock, etc.  n. te uma-ni-kaikain, prison, jail (in sorcery): to provide against, to protect, to make imppervious to evil spell .  syn. bonotaex. e kainaki, bonotaki aona: he is immune from evil, immunized, preserved from ... 
kaina1. n. pandanus (over 300 known species). 
kainaba
B  kaáinaba. n. a spouse, a husband's sister. 
O  kainaba. n. 1. husband, wife, sister or cousin of husband (in regard to the woman).  vt. kainnabana: to marryn. 2. kai n abau compatriot, fellow countryman.  ex. kainabau, kainabam, kainabana, etc. 
kainababu
B  kainabábu. vi. to keep silent, not to speak out. 
kainabábu. n. forbearance from speech. 
O  kainababu. v. to keep silence. kainababu! don't speak! silence! te kainababu: cessation of noise, silence.  vt. kainababua: to make ... 
kainabaea
B  kainabáea. vt. to charge with being a coward
O  kainabaea. vt. to treat as coward, to sneak, to cheatsee inaba
kainaitoa
B  káinaitóa. vt. to charge or deride with being a dwarf
kainakiwarawara
B  káinakiwárawara. vt. to make pale as the complexion
kainakoa
B  kaínakoa. vt. to sink a canoe or a fish trap. 
kainamatoa
B  káinamæ/toa. a. implacable
O  kainamatoa. a. obstinate, hard headed
kainanti
B  kainan/ti. n. a painful affliction, probably neuralgic in character. 
kainao
B  káinao. n. the deck of a canoe
O  kainao. v. to make hurry, to hastenvt. kainaoa: idemsee inao
kainaoa
B  kaináoa. vt. to send for, or invite a person to come to one. 
O  kainaoa. vt. to urge, to press, to hasten
kainaomata
B  kaináomata. vt. to make free
kainauau
B  kaináuau. n. a stick or tool for removing the kernel from a coconut- shell bottle. 
kainga
B  káingaa. vt. to stir up, to encourage, to provoke to effort.  to lift up, to raise
kaáinga. n. an ancestral residence or abode.  vt. to occupy for a residence. 
O  kainga. n. a place of residence, ancestral homevt. kaingana: to take up one's abode at.  v. kare kainga: to visit homes of others as pastime. 
kaingabonga
B  kaingábonga. vi. to wait till morning
kaingainga
B  kaingáinga. vi. to be slow in preparing food and so to make impatient the person to be served. 
kaingarake
B  káingarake. vi. to engage in moving an object up the beach. 
káingaarake. vt. to carry or move farther up the beach, as a canoe or other object. 
kaingarekea
O  kaingarekea. vt. see ing
kaingimea
B  káingimea. vt. to fish for the ingimean. fishing for the ingimea
kainginga
B  kaingínga. cau. vt inging
kaingira
B  káingiraa. vt. to hinder one from arriving on time. 
kaingiraki
B  kaíngiraki. vi. syn. ingiraki
kaingo
B  káingo. vi. to fish with a line on board a canoe. 
kaingo. n. fishing with a line form on board a canoe. 
kaingua
B  káingua. vt. to endure bravely as pain
kaingunakoa
B  káingunákoa. vt. to strip off all the coconut on a stem with the foot.  to throw down a stone wall. 
kainibiro
B  káinibiro. n. a stick used in holding canoe-planks in place while being fitted
kainibwena
B  káinibwena. n. a slim stick split out and adzed. 
kainikaba
B  káinikaba. n. a certain incantation
kainikabaru
B  káinikabáru. n. a trap
kainikabo
B  káinikabó. n. a spade for cutting babai roots. 
kainikakari
B  káinikakári. n. a wooden needle for tying on thatch to a roof.  n. the slim stick or rafter to which the thatch is tied. 
kainikakeru
B  káinikakéru. n. a ram-rod
kainikamaen
B  káinikamáen. vi. to compose a song or chant.  n. the composing of chants. 
kainikararao
B  káinikárarao. n. a professional stick for a composer of songs
kainikarotu
B  káinikarótu. n. a crowbar or stick for prying open. 
kainikatonga
B  káinikatonga. vi. to exercise pride, to be proudn. pride. 
kainikatua
B  káinikátua. n. a stick used in a game of throwing. 
kainikibakiba
B  káinikib'ákib'a. n. a fishing pole
kainimaki
B  káinimæki. vi. to struggle to get free. 
kainiman
B  káinimæn. n. very ripe coconuts strung up in a house. 
kainimarake
B  káinimæ/rake. va. not sharing a pipe with a neighbor. 
kainimarewe
B  káinimæ/rewe. n. food or drink set aside for a special time. 
kainimarewea
B  kainimæ/rewea. vt. to set aside as food. 
kainiri
B  kainíri. n. sticks for rubbing to kindle fireex. kai n ire ai
kainiwairau
B  kainiwáirau. n. a bone-awl for making thatch
kainnakoa
B  káinnákoa. vt. to reverse the position of a log. 
kainnano
B  káinnæno. a. see korakai:
kainnao
O  kainnao. n. a narrow piece of timber on top of canoe going from end to end. 
kainneta
B  kainnéta. vt. to set in a straight line. 
kainnonginonga
O  kainnonginonga. vt. to close, to obstruct, to stopsup. superlative of kaina
kainonoa
B  káinonoa. vt. to lock up or fasten an entrance. 
O  kainonoa. vt. to close tightly, to lock securely, to urge, to force, to incitesyn. kairoroa, kaimanonoa
kainonoki
B  káinonóki. n. a variety of whale
O  kainonoki. n. (myth) name of man transformed into a whale, a giant whale, special magic wand which was pointed towards whale while saying magic formula to protect canoe.  n. names --.  ex. te bwe (aft).  te bora (forward).  te karirinang (on outrigger side).  ex. te bakarubentai (towards katea).  ex. te anima (towards bottom). 
kainra
B  kainraá-. vt. to put out of position ( plural form). 
kainraea
B  kainraáea. vt. to put out of position
kainrakea
B  káinrakea. vt. to place in a line east and west. 
kainreibu
B  kainréibu. n. a stick split into small fibers at one end used to transfer liquid food to the mouth. 
kainribariba
B  kainribáriba. n. wooden tongs
kainrioa
B  káinrióa. vt. to place in a line west and east, to draw a boundary line from east to west. 
kainririka
B  kainrírika. n. a stick awl used in punching the mat to be fastened to the uppermost ridgepole. 
kainroa
B  káinroa. n. a fishing pole, a stick for drawing water. 
kainroai
B  káinroai. vt. to make to lie down in numbers (plural form). 
kainroaroa
B  kainróaroa. n. a fishing pole, a stick for drawing water. 
kainroro
B  káinroro. vi. to contend with a smaller or younger person. 
kainrou
B  kaáinrou. n. an engagement of marriagevi. to be engaged. 
O  kainrou. a. being engaged to marry from childhood, or simply being engaged.  vt. kainroua, kakainroua: to engage, to marry (formerly). 
kainroua
B  kaáinróua. vt. to betroth one's child. 
kainta
B  káintaa. n. a stick for supporting kainikakari
kaintaibao
B  kaintáibao. n. a kind of mallet
kaintaura
B  kaintáura. n. a pin or nail for hanging. 
kaintawakai
B  káintawákai. n. a coconut-oil press
kainteru
B  káinteru. see n kaintoru.
kaintibua
B  kaintíbua. va. causing inflammation of the abdomen
kaintikuaba
B  káintikuaába. n. one who is looked to for support
kaintinebu
B  káintinébu. va. causing lethargy by making grossly fat
kaintoka
B  káintoka. n. a stool, a chairvi. to often repeat what one has before said, to be garrulous
O  kaintoka. v. to interrupt a conversation.  from. tokavt. kaintokana
kaintore
B  káintore. n. a stick lashed for strengthening another, or for use in a game
kaintorua
B  kaintórua. vt. to strengthen a spar with a stick lashed to it. 
kaiobona
B  kaiobóna. cau. vt iobon
kaioka
B  kaióka. cau. vt ioki
kaioroa
B  káioróa. vt. to cause coconut-shell bottles to strike against one another when being carried. 
kaiou
G  kaiou. sn. Triumfetta procumbens Forster (z)
kaiowawaea
B  káiowawáea. cau. vt iowawa
kaira
B  káira. vt. to lead, to conduct, to guide, to cause to accompany. 
káiraa. n. a fish, the.  n. a small boil, a pimple
O  kaira. n. a fish -- yellow striped tewen. a pimple
kaira1. vt. kaira, kairira, kakaira: to lead, to guide, to conduct, to directsee ira, irin. te tia kairi, te tia kairiri
G  káiraa. sn. Mulloidichthys samoensis (ll)n. goatfish (sm). 
kairababa
B  kairæ/baba. n. a broad board used as a temporary platform or seat in a canoe
O  kairababa. n. a boardsyn. raubabaidiom. ... raira te kairababa, e a rairaki te kairababa: to have a meal on a canoe.  ex. lit. turn the board, te kai ni betaru, that is to say: take what is on it). 
kairaea
B  kairaáea. vt. to incite to steal
kairai
B  kairaái. cau. vt irai to make or get how many. 
kairake
B  káirake. vi. to increase, to make progress.  n. an able-bodied person. 
kairakea
B  káirakéa. vt. to increase one's good condition (idiom). 
kairanibuobuoka
B  káirænibuobuóka. vt. to stir up one to help another. 
kairantanga
B  káirantaánga. cau. vt irantanga
kairarang
B  káiraraang/. va. enticing, alluring
kairarangaea
B  káiraraangáea. vt. to mislead, to entice to sin. 
kairarika
B  kairæ/rika. vt. to make fine or slender
O  kairarika. vt. to make thinfrom. irariki
kairariki
B  kairæ/riki. vi. to engage in making slim or finen. a small roll of kabubu
O  kairariki. n. a thin roll of kabubu
kairarikinonginonga
B  kairæ/rikinónginon. vt. to make very small or fine
kaireita
B  kairéita. vt. to add to, to continue
kairemwea
B  káiremwéa. vt. to make to go slow, to hinder
kairengarenga
B  kairéngarenga. va. mixed up, mingled
O  kairengarenga. a. mixed, streaked, variegatedvt. to intermingle, to intermix, to blend colours, to blend tones, etc. 
kairerebua
O  kairerebua. vt. to lead into error, to put on the wrong path, to cause to roam, to go at random. 
kairerua
O  kairerua. vt. kaireua to delude, to lead into error, to make or cause to err, to confoundsee airerua
kairi
B  káiri. n. a slender person.  n. a variety of eel quite slim.  a. slim, slender as a person. 
O  kairi. from. irarikin. a thin person, lank but strong, robustn. a long thin eel, all bones.  a. bony, slender but vigorous
kairi1. from. irin. one who is led, guided, a disciple, pupilex. kairi, kairiri: act of directing, director's time, conductor's time. 
kairibwe
B  káiribwe. n. a kind of small pebble
O  kairibwe. n. mass of tiny sea shells near sea shore.  a. kairiribwe, kakairibwe: abounding in ..., rich in ... 
kairiewe
O  kairiewe. v. to report incorrectly, to mix upvt. kairiewea
kairira
B  kairíra. vt. frequentative of kaira
kairiri
B  kairíri. vi. to engage in guiding, conducting, or leading. 
O  kairiri. v. to lead, to conduct, to make follow.  n. the act of leading, guiding, conducting
kairiribai
B  kairíribai. n. an enemy, a mutual enemy.  vi. to be at mutual enmity. 
O  kairiribai. from. riba, ririban. enmity, rancour, spite, hostility, hate.  an enemy, antagonistv. kairiribai, kakairiribai: to detest, to hate, to be enemies, to be hostilei kairiribai: to hate each other. 
kairirieta
B  kairírieta. n. a tall treea. tall, as a tree. 
kairo
B  káiro. n. a yard, a spar
O  kairo. n. (wood attached) steps fixed all the way up a coconut tree for climbing (ancient custom).  cross pieces fixed to mast, a support for feet, steps, rungs.  v. to climb by this system.  vt. kairoa: to use the kairo for ... 
kairoa
B  káiroa. vi. to light as a pipe,.  to divine by tying coconut leaves, to cast lots
O  kairoa. vt. kairoiroa to kindle fire by rubbing two sticks together.  from. iro, and iroiroex. kairoa te moko: light the pipe (for any way of lighting).  fig. inflame, incite the ardour, set going.  ex. kairoa angin nanom: excite your courage.  kairoa te aba: move the crowd. 
kairoro
B  kaairoóro. vi. to travel or go in the morning twilight. 
O  kairoro. from. airo daylight.  v. to wait for daylight or twilight, to set out or work in the ...  vt. kairoroa: idem
kairoro. v. kakairoro to insist, to urgevt. kairoroa, kakairoroa: to beseech, to insist, to entreat earnestly force>.  n. te kairoro, kairoroan, kairoroakin: insistence, supplication
L  kairoro. sn. Muraenidaen. all black moray eels. 
kairoroa
B  kai:/roroa. vt. to urge, to press
kairua
B  kaáirua. vi. to make a mistake, to mistake. 
O  kairua. v. to make a mistake, to be mistaken, to make an errorsee airuavt. kairua: to mistake, to confound
kairuwa
B  káiruwaa. vt. to receive and entertain a stranger. 
O  kairuwa. v. treat a stranger as a guest.  vt. kairuwaea: entertain, to lodge, to show marks of welcome. 
kaita
B  káita. n. a geyser (ENG)
káita. vt. to send away a tenant, to remove as rubbish. 
O  kaita. from. itivt. to make clear space, to make vacant, to exhaustsyn. kababanea
kaitabon
B  kaáitabon. vi. to stand end to end, as two houses. 
O  kaitabon. v. to go or work togethersee i-tabon
kaitara
B  kaitara. vt. to be oppositen. the opposite. 
kaáitara. vt. to face one another.  n. kabubu made of tangauri and tabataba
O  kaitara. v. to face, to confrontvt. kaitara: idemsee aitara
kaitara1. n. a species of kabubu made from tangauri and tabataba
Kaitara. n. Caesar (ENG)
kaitare
B  kaitaáre. n. name of a foreign wood
O  kaitare. n. name of rare foreign timber
kaitatan
B  káitataan/. vi. to be in love mutually, to be mutually enamored.  n. mutual love of the opposite sex. 
O  kaitatan. n. concupiscence, passionv. to have ...  vt. kaitatana ...: so desirev. ka-i ta'tan: to feel reciprocal passion.  see tana, tatana
kaitaua
O  kaitaua. vt. to thanksee aitau (used specially in South by Protestants).  ex. ko a aitau, ko raba: thank you. 
kaite
B  káite. n. the kite (bird) (ENG)
kaitewe
B  káitewe. n. a small tewe
O  kaitewe. n. a fish, small tewe
G  kaitewe. sn. Parupeneus chryserydros (ll)n. goatfish (sm) small-sized (ll). 
kaiti
B  káiti. n. an anchorage, a comparatively shoal spot.  a. all gone, no more, none
O  kaiti. n. (clear, distinct) a clear sea bed or sandy bottom between rocks.  v. kaiti, kaititi: to make clear, distinct, to purify, to clear up.  ex. e kaiti karawa: the sky is clearing up.  e kaiti namakaina: (lit. the moon cleans up). none or few fish (on first and second days).  vt. kaitasee this word
kaitiaka
B  kaítiaka. vt. to purify, to cleanse, to clean
kaitiaki
B  kaítiaki. vi. to engage in cleaning or purifying.  n. the process of cleaning or cleansing. 
kaitibo
B  kaítibo. vi. to meet from opposite directions. 
kaitiboa
B  kaitibóa. vt. to meet one coming from an opposite direction. 
kaitira
B  káitira. n. the last
O  kaitira. na. the last, final. te kaitira ni bong: the Last Day
kaititi
B  kaitíti. vi. to be engaged in removing, as tenants. 
kaitoan
O  kaitoan. a. being opposite, counterpart, partnervt. kaitoana: to be partner to, to be the counter part, the right-hand man, to complete
kaitoana
B  kaitóana. vt. to imitate
kaitonginakoa
B  káitonginákoa. vt. to send forth. 
kaitua
B  kaitúa. a. seventh. 
kaiura
B  káiura. a. easily angered, havein red leavesn. a variety of babai, a kind of red wood. 
O  kaiura. n. redwoodn. , a species of taroa. having reddish leaves or bark. 
L  kaiura. sn. Muraenidaen. all black moray eels. 
kaiwa
B  káiwaa. vt. to prognosticate about, to cast lots for. 
káiwa. vi. to cast lots.  n. a lot, prognostication by lot. 
O  kaiwa. v. to draw lots, to prognosticaten. divination.  four systems or schools:  ex. te tai, te kabaebae (with folioles of coconut and knots).  te tau kirikiri (with small stones).  te tie n nareau, te nareau, teaeae, te ototo (with young leaves of coconut folded).  vt. kaiwa, taona te kaiwa: to draw lots ..., to prognosticate ...  ex. te tia kaiwa: diviner, soothsayer
kaiwenei
O  kaiwenei. syn. ka-i-bibiti (N.).  v. to meet and pass quickly, to pass without meeting. (S.).  vt. kaiwenea: to change quickly. 
kaka
B  káka. va. fierce for battlen. abird, the.  pref. to numerals except 10,100,1000, etc indicating two each, three each, etc. 
kaáka. vi. to scrape, to plane, to carve
O  kaka. pref. to numbers in the sense of distribution. kaka teuana (one to each);  ex. kaka uoua, kaka tenua, etc. (to each one, one, two, three, etc.).  kaka tebwina, kaka tebubua, kaka tenga (to each one, 10, 100, 1000). for tens, hundreds, thousands is also said tatabe bwi, tatabe bubua, tatabe nga
kaka1. n. a wading birdn. cackle of hen, cry of surprise or fear.  v. kaka, kakaka, kakakaka: to cackle.  ex. kaka ni maku: to cry out in fearkaka n un: to challenge, to cry out for vexation. 
kaka2. n. a preparation of dried pandanus fruit.  scraping of ntabaniban (small black insect) to poison fish.  n. scratch, scratching;  see karavt. to scrape off bark with tool. 
kaka3. vt. to throw away, to take off, to suppress, to do away with.  see kaki
G  kaka. sn. Limosa lapponica bauerin. Pacific Godwit (aa). 
kaka n rou
O  kaka n rou. nv. a little cry of surprise. 
kaka ni man
O  kaka ni man. a. to be given to debauchery
kakaaeaea
B  kakáaeaéa. vt. frequentative of kaaeaea
kakaainea
B  kakaáinea. vt. frequentative of kaainea
kakaaintoa
B  kakaáintoa. vt. frequentative of kaaintoa
kakaaiota
B  kakaáioóta. vi. frequentative of kaaiota
kakaaira
B  kakaáira. vi. frequentative of kaaira
kakaairoa
B  kakaáiroa. vt. frequentative of kaairoa
kakaangabaia
B  kakaángab'aia. vt. frequentative of kaangab'aia
kakaaninga
B  kakaaáninga. vt. frequentative of kaaninga
kakaanoai
B  kakaaánoai. v. frequentative of kaanoai
kakaaomata
B  kakaáomata. vt. frequentative of kaaomata
O  kakaaomata. v. to act the important, to think oneself important
kakaaong
B  kakaáong. vi. frequentative of kaaong
kakaaoraoa
B  kákaaoráoa. vt. frequentative of kaaoraoa
kakaautakia
O  kakaautakia. from. auavt. to take one's time, to saunter, to loaf, to strolln. te kakaautakia: one who ..., the action of ... 
kakababa
B  kákababa. vi. frequentative of kababa
kákababaa. vt. frequentative of kababa
kakababara
B  kakab'áb'araa. vt. frequentative of kab'ara:
kakabaebae
B  kákabáebae. vi. frequentative of kabaebae
kakabaia
B  kákab'áia. a. frequentative of kab'aia
kákab'áiaa. vt. to make blessed, to bless
kakabaiaia
B  kákab'aiáia. vt. to make blessed , to bless. 
kakabakantang
B  kákabákantáng. vi. frequentative of kabakantang
kakabakantanga
B  kákabakantánga. vt. frequentative of kabakantanga
kakabakoa
B  kakabákoa. vi. frequentative of kabakoan. frequentative of kabakoa
kakabákoaa. vt. to terrify
kakabane
B  kákabæne. vi. frequentative of kabane plural of kabanea
kákab'ane. n. frequentative of kab'ane
kakabara
B  kakab'ára. vi. frequentative of kab'aran. frequentative of kab'ara
kakab'aára. vi. frequentative of kab'a:ran. frequentative of kab'a:ra
kakabarabara
B  kakab'árab'ara. vi. frequentative of kab'arab'ara
kakabari
B  kakab'ári. vi. frequentative of kab'ari
kakabarinuea
B  kakab'árinúea. vi. frequentative of kab'arinuea
kakabeabea
B  kakabéabea. vi. frequentative of kabeabean. the frequent employment of unrequited service. 
kakabebete
B  kakabébete. va. frequentative of kabebete
kakabebetea
B  kakabébetea. vt. frequentative of kabebetea
kakabei
B  kakabéi:. vi. frequentative of kabei
kakabekarakara
B  kákabekárakara. vi. frequentative of kabekarakara
kakaberetoko
B  kakabéretoko. vi. frequentative of kaberetoko
kakaberetokoa
B  kákaberetókoa. vt. frequentative of kaberetokoa
kakabetai
B  kákabetaai. vi. frequentative of kabetai
kakabeti
B  kákabeti. vi. frequentative of kabetin. frequentative of kabeti
kakabeuakora
B  kákabeuákora. va. frequentative of kabeuakora
kakabi
B  kakábi. a. deep as a basket, desirous to possess. 
kakabia
B  kakábia. vt. to desire to possess
kakabibina
B  kakábibina. va. frequentative of kabibina
kakabikoukou
B  kakábikóukou. vi. frequentative of kabikoukou
kakabikoukoua
B  kakábikoukóua. vt. frequentative of kabikoukoua
kakabinekau
B  kákabinekaáu. va. frequentative of kabinekau
kakabintia
B  kakabin/tia. a. frequentative of kabintia
kakaboiarara
B  kakabóiaræra. vi. frequentative of kaboiarara
kakabóiararaa. vt. frequentative of kaboiarara
kakabono
B  kákabono. va. frequentative of kabono
kakabononano
B  kakabónonæno. va. frequentative of kabononano
kakaborabora
B  kakabóraboraa. vt. frequentative of kaborabora
kakaborake
B  kakabórake. vi. frequentative of kaborake
kakaboria
B  kakabória. vi. frequentative of kaboria
kakabotaunara
B  kákabotaunára. vt. frequentative of kabotaunara
kakabotaunari
B  kákabotaunári. vi. frequentative of kabotaunari
kakabotoa
B  kakabótoa. vt. frequentative of kabotoa
kakabotumaka
B  kákabotum'aáka. vt. frequentative of kabotum'aka
kakabouba
B  kakabóub'a. vi. frequentative of kaboub'a
kakabowi
B  kakabówi. vi. frequentative of kabowi
kakabuakaka
B  kákabuákaka. vt. frequentative of kabuakaka
kakabuanibai
B  kákabuæ/nib'ai. va. frequentative of kabuanib'ai
kakabubu
B  kákabubu. a. frequentative of kabubu
kakabubuta
B  kakabúbuta. vt. frequentative of kabubuta
kakabuebue
B  kakabúebue. va. frequentative of kabuebue
kakabunenea
B  kákabunenéa. vt. frequentative of kabunenea
kákabunenéaa. vt. frequentative of kabunenea
kakabung
B  kákabung. vi. frequentative of kabung
kakabunna
B  kakabun/naa. vt. frequentative of kabunna
kakabunnai
B  kakabun/nai. vi. frequentative of kabunnai
kakabure
B  kakábure. vi. frequentative of kabure
kakaburinako
B  kakabúrinako. vi. frequentative of kaburinako
kakabururu
B  kakabúruru. vi. frequentative of kabururu
kakabutu
B  kákabutu. vi. frequentative of kabutu
kakabweara
B  kakabwéara. vt. frequentative of kabweara
kakabweari
B  kakabwéæri. vi. frequentative of kabweari
kakae
B  kakáee. vi. to engage in pursuingn. pursuit, a chase
kakáe. vi. to engage in searching for.  n. a search for. 
kakaea
B  kakáea. vt. to search after. 
kakaeieia
B  kakáeiéia. vt. frequentative of kaeieia
kakaekaeka
B  kakáekáeka. vt. frequentative of kaekaeka
kakaenaena
B  kakáenáena. vi. frequentative of kaenaena
kakáenaenaa. vt. frequentative of kaenaena
kakaenano
B  kakáenæno. vi. frequentative of kaenano
kakaengeng
B  kakáengeng. va. frequentative of kaengeng not soon completed. 
kakaero
B  kakáero. vi. to crown. cockcrowing. 
O  kakaero. n. crow of cockv. to crow like cock. 
kakaeutakia
O  kakaeutakia. from. eutavt. to draw oneself up, to stretch up, to try to attract attention, to strut, to stalk proudly, to flaunt, to posen. coquetry, vanity, dandyism
kakaewaea
B  kakáewáea. vt. frequentative of kaewaea
kakaewetaeka
B  kakaéwetaeka. vi. frequentative of kaewetaeka
kakai
B  kákai. vi. to spend a season on an islet in fishing
kákai. n. a miracle
kakaái. va. inhabitedn. a place having inhabitants or dwellers. 
O  kakai. n. a prodigy, miracle
kakai1. v. to live in place in order to fish or work on land.  a. having many fruit trees. 
kakai2. a. inhabited, occupied, having occupants or inhabitants. 
kakaiaine
B  kakaiáine. vi. to cohabitn. cohabitatoon. 
O  kakaiaine. v. to run after womenn. sorcery to get a woman. 
kakaiaki
B  kakáiaki. a. very dangerous or severe, as a sickness
O  kakaiaki. from. kaia. having a grave sickness, mortally wounded, dangerously ill
kakaianga
B  kakáianga. va. disposed to give freely.  vt. to give freely. 
O  kakaianga. a. generousn. generosity
kakaiangatoa
O  kakaiangatoa. a. bountiful giving, ostentatious giving to surpass others. 
kakaianmatoa
B  kakáianmæ/toa. a. frequentative of kainamatoa
kakaiao
B  kakáiao. va. abounding in leaves used for enriching soil
kakaiatao
B  kakaiátao. a. persistently offended
O  kakaiatao. from. toanan. one who will not be outdone (ae rawa ni konaki).  a. always wanting to be first
kakaibana
B  kakáib'ana. va. soon desisting from one's work, soon growing thin
kakaibewi
B  kakaibéwi. n. an enemy
kakaibéwi. vi. to be inimical
kakaibibiti
B  kakaáibibíti. vi. frequentative of kaibibiti
kakaibiro
B  kakaáibiro. vi. frequentative of kaibiro
kakaibobua
B  kakaibóbua. vt. frequentative of kaibobua
kakaibuti
B  kakáibuti. vi. frequentative of kaibuti
kakaibwibea
B  kakaibw/ibea. vt. frequentative of kaibeibea
kakaieti
B  kakáieti. a. frequentative of kaieti
kakaikai
B  kakáikai. vi. frequentative of kaikai
kakaikeike
B  kakaikéike. vi. frequentative of kaikeike
kakaikeikea
B  kakáikeikéa. vt. frequentative of kaikea
kakaikika
B  kakaikíka. vt. to constantly or frequently bail out a canoe. 
kakaikiki
B  kakaikíki. vi. frequentative of kaikiki
kakaiko
B  kakáiko. vi. frequentative of kaiko to be in the habit of laying up in store
kakaikoikoa
B  kakaikóikoa. vt. frequentative of kaikoikoa
kakaikonaka
B  kakáikonákaa. vt. frequentative of kaikonaka
kakaikonaki
B  kakáikonæki. vi. frequentative of kaikonaki
kakaimaewe
B  kakaim'áewe. va. presently obtainable
kakaimawa
B  kakaimæ/wa. va. short-winded, soon out of breath
kakaim'aáwa. va. quickly surrendering one's seat
kakainako
B  kakáinako. vi. to go, after a short stay. 
kakaingainga
B  kakaingáinga. vi. frequentative of kaingainga
kakaingiraki
B  kakáingiræki. vi. intensive of ingiraki, to rise up suddenly. 
kakaingo
B  kakáingo. vi. frequentative of kaingo
kakainikatonga
B  kakáinikatonga. vi. frequentative of kainikatonga
kakainimaki
B  kakáinimæki. vi. frequentative of kainimaki
kakainimarake
B  kakáinimæ/rake. va. frequentative of kainimarake
kakainroro
B  kakáinrqro. vi. frequentative of kainroro
kakainrou
B  kakaáinrou. vi. frequentative of kainrou
kakainroua
B  kakaainróua. vt. frequentative of kainroua
kakaioroa
B  kakáioroa. vt. frequentative of kaioroa
kakairakea
B  kakáirakea. vt. frequentative of kairakea
kakairaoi
B  kakáiraoi. va. easily reconciled, ready to forgive
kakairariki
B  kakáiræriki. vi. frequentative of kairariki
kakairemwea
B  kakáiremwéa. vt. frequentative of kairemwea
kakairemweremwea
B  kakáiremwéremwea. vt. frequentative of kairemwea
kakairena
B  kakáirena. a. revengeful
kakairi
B  kakáiri. vi. to imitaten. imitation. 
O  kakairi. v. to let oneself be led, seduced, to follow blindly like sheep, in good or evil. 
kakairibe
B  kakáirib'e. va. frequentative of kairib'e abounding in kairibwe
kakairiribai
B  kakairíribai. vi. frequentative of kairiribai
kakairirieta
B  kakairírieta. vi. frequentative of kairirieta
kakairoro
B  kakáiroro. vi. frequentative of kairoro
kakairoroa
B  kakáiroróa. vt. frequentative of kairoroa
kakaitara
B  kakaáitæra. vi. frequentative of kaitara
kakaáitaraa. vt. frequentative of kaitara
kakaitatan
B  kakáitataan. vi. frequentative of kaitatan
kakaitiaka
B  kakáitiaka. vt. frequentative of kaitiaka
kakaitibo
B  kakaáitibo. vi. frequentative of kaitibo
kakaitiboa
B  kakaáitibóa. vt. frequentative of kaitiboa
kakaiun
B  kaakaiun/. va. mutually hostile or angryn. mutual hostility or anger. 
kakáiun. va. easily provokedn. a disposition toward easy provocation. 
kakaiura
B  kakáiura. va. frequentative of kaiura
kakaiwa
B  kakáiwa. vi. frequentative of kaiwa
kakáiwaa. vt. frequentative of kaiwa
kakaiwi
B  kakáiwi. vi. to be mutually inimical
kakaiwia
B  kakáiwia. vt. to quarrel or dispute angrily about. 
kakakeru
B  kákakeru. vi. frequentative of kakeru
kakakewekewe
B  kakakéwekewe. vi. frequentative of kakawekewen. a repeated charge of frequent lying
kakakewekewea
B  kákakewekéwea. vt. frequentative of kakewekewea
kakakiakia
B  kakákiákia. vi. frequentative of kakiakia
kakákiákiaa. vt. frequentative of kakiakia
kakakianganga
B  kákakiánganga. vt. frequentative of kakianganga
kakakibatia
B  kakákibæ/tia. vt. frequentative of kakaibtia
kakakibekibe
B  kakákibékibe. vi. frequentative of kakibekibe
kakakibekibea
B  kakákibekibéa. vt. frequentative of kakibekibea
kakakiekie
B  kakakíekie. vi. frequentative of kakiekie
kakakiekiea
B  kákakiekiéa. vt. frequentative of kakiekiea
kakakiokioa
B  kákakiókioa. vt. frequentative of kakiokioa
kakakuanrang
B  kakakúanrang. vi. frequentative of kakuanrangn. much unreasonable chaffing
kakamaea
B  kakam'áeea. vt. frequentative of kam'aea
kakamáea. vt. frequentative of kamaea
kakamaebo
B  kakamáebo. vi. frequentative of kamaebon. frequentative of kamaebo
kakamaeieia
B  kákam'aeiéia. vt. frequentative of kam'aeieia
kakamaemae
B  kakam'áem'ae. vi. frequentative of kam'aem'ae
kakamaewe
B  kakam'áewe. vi. frequentative of kam'aewe
kakamaewea
B  kakam'áewea. vt. frequentative of kam'aewea
kakamaiu
B  kakamáiu. va. frequentative of kamaiu
kakamaiua
B  kakamáiua. vt. frequentative of kamaiua
kakamaka
B  kakam'aákaa. a. very energeticn. energy, great activity, earnestness. 
kakam'aákaa. vt. frequentative of kam'aka
kakamáka. vt. frequentative of kamaka
kakamakaikai
B  kakam'akáikai. n. frequentative of kam'akaikai
kakamakaikaia
B  kákam'akaikáia. vt. frequentative of kam'akaikaia
kakamakaikia
B  kakam'akáikia. vi. frequentative of kamakaikai
kakamakewe
B  kákam'akéwe. vi. frequentative of kam'akewe
kakamakewea
B  kákam'akéwea. vt. frequentative of kam'akewea
kakamakiro
B  kakam'ákiro. vi. frequentative of kam'akiron. frequentative of kam'akiro
kakamakiroa
B  kákam'ákiroa. vt. frequentative of kam'akiroa
kakamaku
B  kakamaáku. va. frequentative of kamaku
kakamaáku. n. a terror
O  kakamaku. a. frightful, terrifying, appalling, dreadful, horrible, monstrousn. terror, horror, fright
kakamakura
B  kakam'ákura. vt. frequentative of kam'akura
kakamakuri
B  kakam'ákuri. vi. frequentative of kam'akurin. much action, or motion, or working
O  kakamakuri. v. to move, to stir, to be agitatedn. movement, agitationvt. kamakuria, kakamakura: to make move, to move, to stir.  see makuri
kakamama
B  kakamaáma. vt. frequentative of kamama
kakam'ám'a. vi. frequentative of kam'am'a
kakam'ám'aa. vt. frequentative of kam'am'a
kakamamaea
B  kákamaamáea. vt. frequentative of kamamaea
kakamamanea
B  kákam'am'ánea. vt. frequentative of kam'am'anea
kakamamma
B  kakamæm/ma. vi. frequentative of kamamma
kakamæm/maa. vt. frequentative of kamamma
kakamane
B  kákam'ane. vi. frequentative of kam'anen. frequentative of kam'ane
kakamaneku
B  kakamæ/neku. vi. frequentative of kamanekun. frequentative of kamaneku
kakamanging
B  kakamæ/nging. va. frequentative of kamanging
kakamæ/nging. n. the habitual keeping of kamanging on hand. 
kakamanginga
B  kakamæ/nginga. vt. frequentative of kamanginga
kakamaniman
B  kakamæ/nimæn. vi. frequentative of kamanimann. frequentative of kamaniman
kakamaninanti
B  kakamæ/ninænt. vi. frequentative of kamaninanti
kakamaninantia
B  kakamæ/ninæn/. vt. frequentative of kamaninantia
kakamaninga
B  kakam'áninga. vi. frequentative of kam'aningan. frequentative of kam'aninga
kakamæ/ninga. vt. frequentative of kamaninga
kakamara
B  kakám'ara. va. frequentative of kam'aran. frequentative of kam'ara
kakamæ/ra. vt. frequentative of kamara
kakamaraka
B  kákamæ/raka. vt. frequentative of kamaraka
kakamarane
B  kakam'árane. vi. frequentative of kam'aranen. frequentative of kam'arane
kakamaranea
B  kákam'aræ/nea. vt. frequentative of kam'aranea
kakamari
B  kákamæ/ri. vi. to shout triumphantly.  n. triumphant shouting. 
kakamarikea
B  kakamæ/rikea. vt. frequentative of kamarikea
kakamaroa
B  kakamæ/roa. va. frequentative of kamaroa
kakamarua
B  kakam'árua. vt. frequentative of kam'aruan. frequentative of kam'arua
kakamatai
B  kákamataái. vi. frequentative of kamatai
kakamataái. n. much incitiement to covetousness
kakamatairiki
B  kákamatáiriki. vi. frequentative of kamatairiki
kakamatairikia
B  kákamatáirikia. vt. frequentative of kamatairikia
kakamataki
B  kakamæ/taki. va. frequentative of kamarakin. the causing of much pain
kakamataku
B  kakamæ/taku. vi. frequentative of kamatakun. the frequent or constant occasion of close inspection
O  kakamataku. a. interesting to see, worth seeing.  n. te kakamataku: spectacle, interesting spectacle. kakamatakua: to attract the attention, to interest the sight, to amaze, to show an interesting spectacle. 
kakamatakua
B  kákamætákua. vt. frequentative of kamatakua
kakamatanrang
B  kakamæ/tanrang. vi. frequentative of kamatanrang
kakamatanranga
B  kakamæ/tanrangaa. vt. frequentative of kamatanranga
kakamataronron
B  kákamætaron/ron. va. frequentative of kamataronroan. the repeated shaming of a liar by rebuke. 
kakamataronrona
B  kákamætaron/rona. vt. frequentative of kamataronrona
kakamataroro
B  kákamatároro. vi. frequentative of kamataroro
kakamataroroa
B  kakamæ/taroróa. vt. frequentative of kamataroroa
kakamataua
B  kakam'atáu:a. vt. frequentative of kam'ataua
kakamataáua. va. frequentative of kamataua
kakamatauninga
B  kákamatáuninga. vi. frequentative of kamatauninga
kákamatáuningaa. vt. frequentative of kamatauninga
kakamateraoa
B  kakamæ/teráoa. vt. frequentative of kamateraoa
kakamateraoi
B  kakamæ/teráoi. va. frequentative of kamateraoi
kakamatika
B  kakamæ/tikaa. vt. frequentative of kamarika
kakamaura
B  kakamáura. vt. frequentative of kamaura
kakamauri
B  kakamáuri. vi. frequentative of kamauri
kakamimi
B  kakamími. va. frequentative of kamimin. frequentative of kamimi
kakamimia
B  kakamímia. vt. frequentative of kamimia
kakammari
O  kakammari. n. jubilation, exaltation, rejoicing, merry makinga. exalting, rejoicing.  vt. kakammaria
kakamoamoa
B  kakamóamoa. vi. frequentative of kamoamoan. frequentative of kamoamoa
kakamóamoaa. vt. frequentative of kamoamoa
kakan
B  kákan. a. sufficient in quantity for the occasion as food well supplied. 
kakan ni bai
O  kakan ni bai. from. a. kan: elegant, stylish, well dressed, easily fitted with clothes. 
kakana
B  kákana. vt. frequentative of kana
kakanaeng
B  kakánaeng. va. frequentative of kanaeng
kakanaengia
B  kakánaengia. vt. frequentative of kanaengia
kakanaiai
B  kakánaiái. vi. frequentative of kanaiain. frequentative of kanaiai
kakanaki
O  kakanaki. from. kanaa. edible
kakanako
B  kakaánáko. vi. frequentative of kaonako
kakanakoa
B  kakaánákoa. vt. frequentative of kaonakoa
kakananako
B  kakanánako. vi. frequentative of kananako
kakananakoa
B  kakanánakoa. vt. frequentative of kananakoa
kakanangaki
B  kakanángaki. va. frequentative of kanangaki
O  kakanangaki. a. which inspires respect, fear
kakanangakia
B  kakanángakia. vt. to speak of one as not to be easily approached
kakananoanga
B  kakanæ/noanga. va. frequentative of kananoangan. frequentative of kananoanga
kakanæ/noangaa. vt. frequentative of kananoanga
kakanato
B  kákanæto. a. well known, famous, renowned, distinguishedn. fame, renown
kakanatoa
B  kakanæ/toa. vt. to speak of one as famous, to celebrate
kakanauki
B  kakanaúki. vi. to lift or rise frequently as an outrigger out of the water. 
kakanene
B  kákanene. va. frequentative of kanene
kakanenea
B  kakanéneaa. vt. frequentative of kanenea
kakaneneboi
B  kakaanéneboi. vi. frequentative of kaneneboi
kakaneneboia
B  kakaanenebóia. vt. frequentative of kaneneboia
kakang
B  kákang. n. keenness, sharpnessa. sharp, keen
kaákang. a. cannibal, being a cannibal, accustomed to eating human flesh.  n. cannibalism. 
O  kakang. n. a cutting edgea. pointed, sharp, sharpened.  ex. kakangin te biti: the sharp edge of knifevt. kakanga: to sharpen, to point
kakang1. a. from. kang: ferociousn. te kakang: ogre, cannibal, wild beastex. man ni kakang: wild beasts.  ika ni kakang: marine monsters, man-eating fish. 
kakangare
B  kakángare. va. frequentative of kangare
kakangi
B  kakangi. vt. plural of kakana
kakangkang
B  kakang/kang. a. frequentative of kangkang
kakania
B  kakaánia. vt. frequentative of kania
kakanibaibai
B  kakanib'áib'ai. va. frequentative of kanib'aib'ain. frequentative of kanib'aib'ai
kakaniboi
B  kakániboi. va. spoken of a person to whom odors are apt to cling for a long time.  n. the clonging of an odor to a person, permanency of odor. 
O  kakaniboi. a. persistent sweet smell, odoriferous
kakanikan
B  kakánikan. va. frequentative of kanikann. much beauty of arrangement. 
kakanikinaea
B  kakánikináea. vt. frequentative of kanikinaea
kakanikira
B  kakaníkira. vi. frequentative of kanikiran. incest ( in a milder form ). 
kakaniko
B  kakániko. vi. to show contemptn. contempt, ridicule
O  kakaniko. n. mockery, contemptv. to mock, to jeer, to make game of, to make fun of, to despisevt. kakanikoa: to make fun of ..., to despise, to ridicule
kakanikoa
B  kakánikoa. vt. to ridicule, to make fun of, to treat with contempt. 
kakanimoi
B  kakæ/nimoi. vi. frequentative of kanimoi
kakanimomoi
B  kakánimomói. vi. frequentative of kanimomoin. frequentative of kanimomoi
kakaninganinga
B  kakáningáninga. vi. frequentative of kanimganingan. frequent peeping
kakannato
O  kakannato. a. renowned, glorious, famous, illustrious, eminent, distinguishedn. kakannaton: renown, glory, etc.  vt. kakannatoa: to praise the renowned, to look on as illustrious, to celebrate the glory. 
kakannim
B  kakæn/nim. a. frequentative of kannim
kakanno
B  kakan/no. a. see kaingang
O  kakanno. a. worth seeing, splendid, marvellous
kakano
B  kakáno. vi. to twist strands together.  n. the process of twisting strands together on the lap. 
O  kakano. see n.a. kano
kakano mata
O  kakano mata. v. to rub eyes in order to see better, to clear sight. 
kakanoa
B  kakánoa. va. containing something, having contents
kakánoaa. vt. frequentative of kanoa
kakanoanimoko
B  kakanoánimoko. vi. frequentative of kanoanimoko
kakanoanimokoa
B  kakanoánimokoa. vt. frequentative of kanoanimokoa
kakanoaro
B  kakanóaro. vi. frequentative of kanoaro
kakanoaroa
B  kakanóaroa. vt. frequentative of kanoaroa
kakanongibonga
B  kakanóngibonga. vt. frequentative of kabongibonga
kakanora
B  kakánora. a. frequentative of kanora
kakanrou
B  kakæn/rou. a. faithful, trustworthyn. faithfulness, trustworthiness. 
kakantaninga
B  kakaan/tæninga. vi. frequentative of kantaningan. frequentative of kantaninga
kakaan/taningaa. vt. frequentative of kantaninga
kakantoatoa
B  kákantóatoa. a. frequentative of kantoatoa
kakao
B  kakáo. vi. to engage in inviting or summoning
kakaoa
B  kakáoa. vt. frequentative of kaoa
kakaoanikai
B  kakaóanikai. va. frequentative of kaoanikai
kakaokioka
B  kákaokióka. vt. frequentative of kaokioka
kakaokioki
B  kákaókioki. vi. frequentative of kaokioki
kakaokoro
B  kakáokoro. a. unlike, separate, different
kakaokoroa
B  kakáokoróa. vt. frequentative of kaokoroa
kakaomaoma
B  kákaomáoma. vt. frequentative of kaomaoma
kakaomara
B  kakaómæra. a. causing distress to another by venturesomeness. 
kakaomoti
B  kakaómoti. vi. frequentative of kaomoti
kakaona
B  kakáona. vt. frequentative of kaona
kakaongora
B  kakaóngora. vi. frequentative of kaongora
kakaongoraea
B  kákaongoráea. vt. frequentative of kaongoraea
kakaonimaki
B  kakaónimæki. a. faithful, trustworthyn. faithfulness, trustworthiness. 
O  kakaonimaki. a. faithful, devoted, punctual <trustworthy, reliable>.  n. fidelity, punctuality. 
kakaonona
B  kakaónona. vt. frequentative of kaonona
kakaoraia
B  kakaoráia. vt. frequentative of kaoraia
kakaoraora
B  kakaoráora. vi. frequentative of kaoraora
kakaotinako
B  kakaótinako. vi. frequentative of kaotinako
kakaotinakoa
B  kakaótinákoa. vt. frequentative of kaotinakoa
kakaotiota
B  kakaótiota. vt. frequentative of kaotiota
kakaotioti
B  kakaótioti. vi. frequentative of kaotioti
kakaotira
B  kakaótira. vi. frequentative of kaotira
kakara
B  kaákara. vi. to grow old (preceded by aki). 
kaakaára. vt. frequentative of kara
kakarabakau
B  kákaræ/bakau. vi. to conspire, to plot insurrection
O  kakarabakau. n. conversation, talk, interview, discussion, deliberations, conference, exchange of ideas.  v. to deliberate, to confer together.  vt. kakarabakaua: to set up for learned, to pretend to know all, to boast of learning of ... kakarabakauakina.  to discuss, to deliberate about. 
kakarabakaua
B  kákaræbakáua. vt. to credit one's self in public with skill which the person does not possess. 
kakaraitaia
B  kakaráitaia. vt. frequentative of karaitia
kakaraiti
B  kakaráiti. vi. frequentative of karaiti
kakarakaraka
B  kakarákaraka. vi. frequentative of karakaraka
kakaraki
B  kakaáraki. vi. frequentative of karaki
kakaraki. vi. to tell about. 
O  kakaraki. vn. brief words or cries <cry> of joy (or) provocation (or) encouragement while in action.  ex. akea ngaira! 
kakarakina
B  kakaárakina. vt. frequentative of ka:rakina
kakárakina. vt. frequentative of karakina
kakarako
B  kakárako. a. small
kakarakoa
B  kakarákoa. vt. to make smaller or less
kakarakoroa
B  kakarákoroa. vt. frequentative of karakoroa
kakaran
B  kakáran. vi. frequentative of karan
kakarana
B  kakárana. vt. frequentative of karana
kakaranea
B  kakaræ/nea. vi. frequentative of karanea
kakarang
B  kakárang. vi. frequentative of karang
kakaranga
B  kákaranga. vt. frequentative of karanga
kakaraoa
B  kakaráoa. vt. frequentative of karaoa
kakaraoi
B  kakaráoi. vi. to engage in making or doingn. construction making, doing. 
kakaraoiroa
B  kakaráoiroa. vt. frequentative of karaoiroa
kakarara
B  kakárara. vi. frequentative of karara
kakararaoma
B  kákararáoma. va. frequentative of kararaoma
kakararaomaea
B  kákararaomáea. vt. frequentative of kararaomaea
kakararoa
B  kakarároa. vt. frequentative of kararoa
kakarau
B  kakárau. vi. frequentative of karau
kakaraun
B  kakáraun. vi. frequentative of karaun
kakaraurau
B  kakaráurau. vi. frequentative of karaurau
kakarauraua
B  kákarauráua. vt. frequentative of karauraua
kakarautaria
B  kákarautæ/ria. vt. frequentative of karautaria
kakarawawata
B  kákarawáwata. vi. frequentative of karawawata
kakarawawataea
B  kákarawawatáea. vt. frequentative of karawawataea
kakarebana
B  kakárebæ/na. vi. frequentative of karebana
kakarekainga
B  kakárekaáinga. vi. to go about putting one's self as a guest on others. 
kakarekare
B  kakárekare. vi. frequentative of karekare
kakaremakai
B  kakárem'akaái. vi. frequentative of karem'akai
kakaremereme
B  kakarémereme. vi. frequentative of karemereme
kakaremrem
B  kakarem/rem. vi. frequentative of karemrem
kakaremrema
B  kakarem/rem'a. vt. frequentative of karemrem'a
kakarenge
B  kakaárenge. a. not safely placed, in danger of fallingn. insecurity of position, danger of falling. 
kakarengutu
B  kakaréngutu. vi. frequentative of karengutu
kakaretika
B  kakáretika. vi. frequentative of karetika
kakari
B  kakári. vi. to sew or tie on thatchn. the process of tying on thatch to a house, the twine with which it is done. 
O  kakari. nv. tie thatch to laths of roof.  see kari, karia, karan. te ba ni kakari: laths for fixing thatch to ...  syn. te kai ni kakarin. te kai ni kakari: laths abovementioned or wooden tool for tying thatch with. 
kakarikamate
B  kakárikamæte. va. frequentative of karikamate
kakarikari
B  kakárikari. vi. frequentative of karikari
kakarikaua
B  kakárikaua. vi. frequentative of karikaua
kakariki
B  kakáriki. vi. frequentative of kariki
kakarikibuaka
B  kakárikibuaka. a. frequentative of karikibuaka
kakarikinaomata
B  kakárikináomata. a. frequentative of karikinaomata
kakárikináomataa. vt. frequentative of karikinaomata
kakarikinrang
B  kakárikinrang/. a. frequentative of karikinrang
kakarikinranga
B  kakárikinránga. vt. frequentative of karikinranga
kakarikintoa
B  kakárikintóa. a. frequentative of karikintoa
kakarinaba
B  kakárinæba. va. frequentative of karinaba abounding in large black ants
kakariraka
B  kakaáriraka. vt. frequentative of kariraka
kakariraki
B  kakaáriraki. a. frequentative of kariraki
kakariri
B  kakaáriri. vi. frequentative of ka:riri
kakaríri. vi. frequentative of kariri
kakariria
B  kákariría. vt. frequentative of kariria
kakariteirake
B  kakáritéirake. va. frequentative of kariteirake
kakaro
B  kakáro. vi. to dodgen. the act or art of dodging. 
O  kakaro. n. movement of body to avoid blow.  v. to dodge, to duck, to avoid, to swervevt. kakaroa
kakaroa
B  kakároa. vt. to dodge. 
kakarobaroba
B  kákarobároba. vt. frequentative of karobaroba
kakarokaro
B  kakárokaro. vi. frequentative of karokaro
kakarongoa
B  kakaróngoa. vi. frequentative of karongoa
kakaroro
B  kakároro. vi. frequentative of karoro
kakaroron
B  kakároron. vi. frequentative of karoron
kakarotu
B  kákarotu. vi. frequentative of karotu
kakaruberube
B  kakarubérube. vi. frequentative of karuberube
kakarukaru
B  kakárukaru. vi. frequentative of karukaru
kakaruoia
B  kakaruóia. vi. frequentative of karuoia
kakaruonako
B  kakarúonako. a. frequentative of karuonako
kakaruoruo
B  kakarúoruo. vi. frequentative of karuoruova. abounding in karuoruo
kakaruoruoa
B  kákaruóruoa. vt. frequentative of karuoruoa
kakaruotua
B  kákaruótuaa. vi. frequentative of karuotua
kakaruti
O  kakaruti. n. a cockroach (ENG)or. kakareuti ?
kakata
B  kakataá. a. jocosesee manikangare
kakatababa
B  kakatæ/baba. vi. frequentative of katababa
kakatababaea
B  kákatæbabáea. vt. frequentative of katababaea
kakatabanin
B  kákatab'ánin. vi. frequentative of katabanin
kakatabara
B  kákatab'ára. vt. frequentative of katabara
kakatabeaianga
B  kákatæbeáianga. vi. frequentative of katabeaianga
kakatabun
B  kakatæ/bun. a. frequentative of katabun
kakataeare
B  kakatáeære. va. frequentative of kataeare
kakataenang
B  kakatáenang. vi. frequentative of kataenang
kakataenano
B  kakatáenæno. va. frequentative of kataenano
kakataerea
B  kakatáerea. vt. frequentative of kataerea
kakataetaea
B  kákataetáea. vt. frequentative of kataetaea
kakatakaiaia
B  kákatakaiáia. vi. frequentative of katakaiaia
kakatakarurua
B  kákatakarurúa. vt. frequentative of katakarurua
kakatamaroa
B  kákatamároa. vt. frequentative of katamaroa to make beautiful
kakatan
B  kákatæn. vi. frequentative of katan to go into the lee of. 
kakataneia
B  kakatæ/neiaa. vt. frequentative of kataneia
kakatang
B  kákatang. vi. frequentative of katang
kakataningamarau
B  kakatæ/ningamaráu. vi. frequentative of kataningamarau to cause to be industrious
kakataningoa
B  kakatæ/ningoa. vt. frequentative of kataningoa to hide with a view to preserve
kakatare
B  kakatæ/re. va. frequentative of katare
kakatarin
B  kakatæ/rin. vi. frequentative of katarin
kakatatai
B  kakátatai. vi. frequentative of katatai
kakatau
B  kákatau. vi. frequentative of katau
kakataunata
B  kakatáunata. vt. frequentative of kataunata
kakataunati
B  kakatáunati. vi. frequentative of kataunati
kakataurake
B  kakatáurake. vi. frequentative of kataurake to draw near as a shoal of fish
kakatauraoa
B  kákatauráoa. vt. frequentative of katauraoa
kakatauraoi
B  kákatauráoi. vi. frequentative of katauraoi
kakatautau
B  kakatáutau. vi. frequentative of katautau
kakatautaua
B  kákatautáua. vt. frequentative of katautaua
kakatawanou
B  kakatáwanou. vi. frequentative of katawanou
kakatebe
B  kákatebe. vi. frequentative of katebe
kakatebetebe
B  kakatébetebe. vi. frequentative of katebetebe
kakateibabai
B  kákateib'aáb'ai. vi. frequentative of kateib'a:b'ai
kákateib'áb'ai. vi. frequentative of kateib'ab'ai
kakateibuaka
B  kákateibúaka. vi. frequentative of kateib'abhai
kakateikai
B  kakatéikai. vi. frequentative of kateikai
kakateimaie
B  kákateim'áie. vi. frequentative of kateimaie
kakateimatoa
B  kákateimæ/toa. vt. frequentative of kateimatoa
kakateira
B  kakatéiraa. vi. frequentative of kateira
kakateiranga
B  kakatéiranga. vi. frequentative of kateiranga
kakateirunga
B  kakatéirunga. vi. frequentative of kateirunga
kakatekateka
B  kakatékatekaa. v. frequentative of katekateka
kakateke
B  kákateke. a. frequentative of kateke
O  kakateke. from. teken. prettiness, elegance, gracefulnessa. pretty, elegant, graceful
kakatekeria
B  kákatekéria. a. frequentative of katekeria
kakateketeke
B  kakatéketeke. va. frequentative of kateketeke
kakateme
B  kákateme. vi. frequentative of kateme
kakatengetengea
B  kákatengeténgea. vt. frequentative of katengetengea
kakatereterea
B  kákateretérea. vt. frequentative of katereterea
kakatete
B  kakatéte. vi. frequentative of katete
kakatetenano
B  kákateténæno. va. frequentative of katetenano
kakati
B  kakáti. vi. frequentative of kati to shoot again and again. 
kakaáti. vi. frequentative of ka:ti to play much at cards
kakatia
B  kakátia. a. frequentative of katia
kakatiatia
B  kakatíatia. vi. frequentative of katiatia
kakatibwetibwe
B  kákatibwétibwe. vi. frequentative of katibwetibwe
kakatika
O  kakatika. sup. superlative of tikaan. very beautiful
kakatiki
B  kakatíki. vi. frequentative of katiki
kakatikitika
B  kakatíkitika. vt. frequentative of katikitika
kakatikitiki
B  kakatíkitiki. vi. frequentative of katikitiki
kakatine
B  kakatíne. vi. frequentative of katine
kakatiotioa
B  kakatíotióa. vt. frequentative of katiotioa
kakatira
B  kakátira. vt. frequentative of katira
kakatiribange
B  kakatírib'ange. vi. frequentative of katirib'ange
kakatiribo
B  kakatíribo. vi. frequentative of katiribo
kakatiriboa
B  kakatíriboa. vt. frequentative of katiriboa
kakatiti
B  kakatíti. vi. frequentative of katiti
O  kakatiti. from. titi, katitiv. to try to impose by one's loquacity. (N.).  syn. kakirikiria, kakauba
kakatituaraoa
B  kákatituaráoa. vt. frequentative of katituaraoa
kakatituaraoi
B  kákatituaráoi. vi. frequentative of katituaraoi
kakatobibia
B  kakatóbibia. vt. frequentative of katobibia
kakatoka
B  kákatokaa. vt. frequentative of katoka:
kákatoka. vt. frequentative of katoka
kakatokatoka
B  kakatókatoka. vi. frequentative of katokatoka
kakatokinano
B  kakatókinæno. va. frequentative of katokinano
kakatoko
B  kákatoko. vi. frequentative of katoko
kakatomam
B  kakatómam. vi. frequentative of katoman
kakatonga
B  kákatonga. vi. to rejoice, to exult, to joy, to be gladn. joy, exultation, gladness. 
O  kakatonga. nva. idem
kakatorobuaka
B  kákatorobúaka. vi. frequentative of katorobuaka
kakatorobuakaka
B  kákatorobuákaka. vi. frequentative of katorobuakaka
kakatorobubua
B  kákatorobúbua. vi. frequentative of katorobubua
kakatorotiba
B  kákatorotíb'a. vi. frequentative of katorotibha
kakatorotoro
B  kakatórotoro. vi. frequentative of katorotoro
kakatoto
B  kakatoóto. vi. frequentative of kato:to
kakatotoa
B  kákato:toóa. vt. frequentative of kato:to:a
kakatotonga
B  kákatotónga. vt. frequentative of katotonga
kakatoutoua
B  kákatoutóua. vt. frequentative of katoutoua
kakatua
B  kakátua. vi. frequentative of katua to play the game of katua frequently. 
kakátuaa. vt. frequentative of katua
kakatuatara
B  kakatúatæra. vi. frequentative of katuatara
kakatuiaia
B  kakátuiáia. va. frequentative of katuiaia abounding in katuiaia
kakaturu
B  kákaturu. vi. frequentative of katuru
kakaturuturua
B  kákaturutúrua. vt. frequentative of katuruturua
kakatutu
B  kakatútu. vi. frequentative of katutu
kakauaba
B  kakáuæba. a. frequentative of kauaba
kakauaába. vi. frequentative of kaua:ba
kakauaábaa. vt. to frequently take one's rooster to a cock-fight
kakauaea
B  kákauaáea. vt. frequentative of kauaea
kakauaitera
B  kákauáiteraa. vt. frequentative of kauaitera
kákauáitera. vi. frequentative of kauaitera
kakauanging
B  kákauánging. vi. frequentative of kauanging
kakauara
B  kakauára. a. unskilled in chanting
O  kakauara. a. of bad taste, mean, nasty
kakauarereke
B  kákauaréreke. vi. to speak with a small tone, to work slowly. 
kakauarerekea
B  kákauarérekea. vt. frequentative of kauarerekea
kakauatabo
B  kákauátabo. vi. frequentative of kauatabo
kakauataboa
B  kákauatæ/boa. vt. frequentative of kauataboa
kakauataoa
B  kákauaátaoa. vt. frequentative of kauataoa
kakauatirere
B  kakauátirere. a. frequentative of kauatirere
kakauba
O  kakauba. va. imposing by loquacity.  syn. kakatitisee auba
kakaubaro
O  kakaubaro. a. thin fleshed (coconut).  syn. benngenge
kakauben
O  kakauben. a. thick fleshed (coconut).  ant. kakaubarofig. small but brave, squat and sturdy
kakaue
B  kákaué. vi. to engage in makeing necklaces of flowers and tying them on another. 
kakaue. va. abounding in flowers
kakauea
B  kakauéaa. vt. frequentative of kauea
kakaueéa. vt. frequentative of kaue:a
kakauena
B  kakauéna. vt. frequentative of kauena
kakauka
B  kákauúkaa. vt. frequentative of kauka
kákauúka. vi. frequentative of kauka
kakaukinta
B  kákaukjn/ta. vi. frequentative of kaukinta
kakaukintaea
B  kákaukintáea. vt. frequentative of kaukintaea
kakaukuka
B  kákaukúka. vt. frequentative of kaukuka
kakaumangai
B  kákaum'ángai. va. frequentative of kaum'angai
kakaun
B  kakáun. vi. frequentative of kaun
kakáun. n. a mode of fishing, the provoking to anger, persisteng in refusing to accept food. 
kákaunuaráea. vt. frequentative of kaunuaraea
kakaunga
B  kakaáunga. vt. frequentative of kaunga
kakaunrabata
B  kakáunrábata. vi. frequentative of kaunrabata
kakauntaeka
B  kakáuntáeka. vi. frequentative of kauntaeka
kakáuntáekaa. vt. to dispute much about. 
kakáuntáeka. n. frequentative of kauntaeka
kakaunun
B  kakaúnun. vi. frequentative of kaunun
kakaununa
B  kákaunúna. vt. to often provike to anger
kakauoman
B  kakauómæn. vi. frequentative of kauoman
kakauomania
B  kákauómænia. vt. frequentative of kauomania
kakauongo
B  kakaáuongo. vi. to listen
O  kakauongo. v. to listen attentively, to give ear to ...  syn. anga taninganavt. kakauongoa, kauongoa
kakauongoa
B  kakaáuóngoa. vt. to listen attentively to. 
kakauotana
B  kakauótanaa. vt. frequentative of kauotana
kakauti
B  kakáuti. vi. frequentative of kautin. frequentative of kauti
kákauúti. vi. frequentative of kau:tin. the frequent awakening of another. 
kakautuai
B  kakaútuai. vi. frequentative of kautuai
kakautuaia
B  kakáutuáia. vt. frequentative of kautuaia
kakawa
B  kákawaa. vi. frequentative of kawa:
O  kakawa. n. a small crustaceanex. species: te i matang, te kakawa, te kakawa n i matang
L  kakawa. sn. Uca tetragononn. fiddler crab
kakawaemwere
B  kakawáemwere. vi. frequentative of kawaemwere
kakawaeribono
B  kakawáeribono. vi. frequentative of kawaeribono
kakawaeribonoa
B  kakawáeribónoa. vt. frequentative of kawaeribonoa
kakawaetata
B  kakawáetata. vt. frequentative of kawaetata
kakawainimone
B  kakawáinimone. vi. frequentative of kawainimone
kakawairinan
B  kakawáirinæn. vi. frequentative of kawairinan
kakawaiwai
B  kakawáiwai. vi. frequentative of kawaiwai
kakawakawa
B  kakáwakawa. vi. frequentative of kawakawa
kakáwakawaa. vt. to permit or induce a child to creep
kakawaki
B  kakaáwaki. a. precious, very valuable
kakawaáki. vi. frequentative of kawa:ki
O  kakawaki. a. precious, valuable
kakawakina
B  kakáwakina. vt. frequentative of kawakina
kakawanawana
B  kakawánawana. vi. frequentative of kawanawana
kakawánawanaa. vt. frequentative of kawanawana
kakawangawanga
B  kakawángawanga. va. frequentative of kawangawanga
kakawángawangaa. vt. frequentative of kawangawanga
kakawanikai
B  kakawánikai. a. frequentative of kawanikai
kakawara
B  kákawara. vt. frequentative of kawara
kakawarebwea
B  kakawárebwea. vt. frequentative of kawarebwea
kakawariki
B  kakawáriki. vt. frequentative of kawariki
kakawawa
B  kakawáwa. vi. frequentative of kawawa
kakawawaea
B  kákawawáea. vt. frequentative of kawawaea
kakawene
B  kakawéne. vi. frequentative of kawene
kakawewenea
B  kákawewénea. vt. frequentative of kawewenea
kakawia
B  kakawíaa. vt. frequentative of kawia
kakawiabuaka
B  kakawíabuaka. vi. frequentative of kawiabuaka
kakawiaraoi
B  kakawíaraoi. vi. frequentative of kawiaraoi
kakawimatoa
B  kakawímætoaa. vt. frequentative of kawimatoa
kakawiremwe
B  kakawíremwe. vi. frequentative of kawiremwe
kakawiremwea
B  kakawíremwea. vt. frequentative of kawiremwea
kakawitata
B  kakawítata. vi. frequentative of kawitata
kakawítataa. vt. frequentative of kawitata
kakawitekea
B  kákawitékea. vt. frequentative of kawitekea
kakawitoka
B  kakawítokaa. vt. frequentative of kawitoka
kakawitokatoka
B  kákawitókatokaa. vt. frequentative of kawitokatoka
kakea
B  kákea. adv. no, not
O  kakea. vt. to renounce, to abandon, to deny ...  see akea
kakea1. vt. from. ke: to lessen, to diminish, to lower
kakeboa
B  kákeboa. vt. to fill to the full.  bib. Obadiah 5. 
kakeiaka
B  kakéiaka. vt. to rouse, to excite to lively action
kakeiaki
B  kakéiaki. vi. to engage in stirring up to workn. a stirring up to action. 
kakekea
B  kakeékeea. vt. to wink one eye
kakÉkea. vt. to rattle
kakekekeke
B  kakÉkekEke. n. a riri not oiled, used as a bathing suit
O  kakekekeke. note. (the "e" is very brief, almost silent).  n. a skirt made of coconut leaves, not stripped or softened.  note. its name comes from the noise its movement makes.  see keke
kakekerikaka
B  kakekérikaaka. vt. to make one stand back
kakekeruatai
B  kákekeruaátai. vi. to gnash the teeth
kakenakoa
B  kakénakoa. vt. to remove
O  kakenakoa. vt. to push, to push away, to push back, to push down, to diminish, to lowersee ke
kakenga
B  kákenga. n. a collection of coconut-shell water bottles
O  kakenga. v. to clash ibu one against the other, to get water or toddy in ibuvt. kakaenga: to make clash ...  n. te kakenga n ibu: collection of ibu, noise of ibu clashing together. 
kakenikena
B  kakénikena. vt. to set at digging. 
kakeo
B  kakéo. n. the cacao tree (ENG)
kakeraka
B  kakeraáka. vt. to make one carry a load in a basket
kakerakea
B  kakérakea. vt. to move to the east
O  kakerakea. vt. to push upwards or forwards, to increase
kakerikaka
O  kakerikaka. vt. to push back, to make go back, to make recedesee kerikaki
kakerioa
B  kakérioa. vt. to move toward the west
O  kakerioa. vt. idem. to push or repel towards the west, towards the sea. 
kakeru
B  kákeru. vi. to engage in assaulting.  n. an assault. 
kakerua
B  kakérua. vt. to crunch, to ram as a gun, to.  cleanse a karewe shell with a stick, to assault a house or settlement with hostile intent. 
kakerukeru
B  kakÉrukEru. n. a shell-fish, the.  vi. to rattle
O  kakerukeru. vc. from. keru
kakerukeru1. n. a bunch of big shells (kawaruaru) clashed together under water to attract sharks.  n. the noise made by these shells. .  n. these same shells (kawaruaru).  v. kakerukeru: to clash together.  vt. kakerukerua: idemsee kerua
kakerukerua
B  kakÉrukErua. vt. to rattle
kakewea
B  kakéwea. vt. to charge one with lying
kakewekewe
B  kakewekewe. vi. to engage in charging one with frequent lying
kakewekewea
B  kakewekewea. vt. frequentative of kakewea
kaki
B  kaáki. vt. to remove, to throw away, to place, to putn. a rejection, a putting away, a desisting from. 
O  kaki. v. kaki: (irreg) to throw away, to let go, to throw out, to reject, to forsake, to abandonvt. kaki te ..., kaka te ... : to throw away.  ex. kakiai, kakiko, kaka or kaki (kakia) kakiaki: idemkaki taekana: say no more about it. 
kaki1. v. kakiki: to tamp, to cram from bottom upwards, to penetrate to bottom.  vt. kakia, kakikiaex. N na kakia taningam: I will cram your ears. 
kakia
O  kakia. v. to pester, to trouble, to worry, to irritatevt. kakika : to worry, to pester. 
kakiakia
B  kakiákia. vi. to engage in scattering fish by a sudden attack. 
kakiákiaa. vt. to cause a scattering of fish by a sudden attack. 
kakianganga
B  kakiánganga. vt. to stir up one's self to activity
kakiba
B  kákiba. vt. to make fly
kakibakiba
B  kakibákiba. vi. to engage in making a bird to fly
kakibakibaa. vt. to cause to fly, to flap
kakibakibaki
B  kakibæ/kibæki. va. causing a constant craving for food
kakibana
B  kákib'ana. va. causing shiftlessness
kakibao
B  kakíb'ao. va. causing the kibao condition. 
kakibaoa
B  kakib'áoa. vt. to cause one to walk in a stooping attitude. 
kakibatia
B  kakibæ/tia. vt. to make skillful in throwing
kakibea
B  kákibea. vt. to stir as a liquid. 
kakibekibe
B  kakibékibe. vi. to engage in scratching as a hen, or in stirring as a cook. 
kakibeuria
B  kakibéuria. vt. to agitate, to stir up as mid in a pool. 
kakibotu
O  kakibotu. n. pastime, relaxationv. to recreate, to relaxkakibotu, kakaki-botu: to divert, to amuse, to kill time, to loafn. te kakibotu: amusement, pastime, diversionex. I kaki botu, ko kaki botum, e kaki botuna, etc. 
kakibwkibea
B  kakibw/kibea. vt. to treat a chicken to a scratching for food as a hen does. 
kakiekie
B  kakiekie. vi. to engage in providing one with a mat
kakiekiea
B  kakíekiea. vt. to provide or furnish one with a mat. 
kakimakima
B  kakim'ákim'a. vt. to make sharp
kakimamaka
B  kakimamáka. vt. to charge with cowardice or fear
kakimamaku
B  kakimamáku. vi. to cause cowardice. 
kakimangu
B  kakim'aángu. vi. to cause improvidence
kakimareirei
B  kákim'aréirei. vi. to cause joy
kakimareireia
B  kákim'areiréia. vt. to give joy to, to gladden
kakimoa
B  kákimoa. vt. to charge with theft
O  kakimoa. v. to eat the first fish caught with new net or new canoe. 
kakimototoa
B  kakimótotoa. vt. to shorten
kakina
B  kakínaa. vt. to inspect or test by adzing a little. 
kakinaka
B  kákinaka. vi. to impart the kinaka
kakinakina
B  kakinákinaa. vt. frequentative of kakina
kakinakoa
B  kakínakoa. vt. to move away, to remove a little distance. 
O  kakinakoa. vc. to reject, to repulse, to chase away
kakinatoa
B  kakinæ/toa. vt. to cause scarring by climbing
kakinawanawa
B  kakináwanawa. vt. to make the skin spotted
kakino
O  kakino. nv. i-kakino: game of chasing, chasing each other.  vt. kakinoa: to chase, to pursue, to drive away.  see kino
kakinoa
B  kakínoa. vt. to pursue, to chase
kakinounou
O  kakinounou. a. very deep, unfathomablen. abyss, chasmvt. kakinounoua: to dig deep, to deepen ... 
kakinranga
B  kakin/ranga. vt. to demoralize
kakioa
B  kákioa. vt. to chase away, to pursue
O  kakioa. vt. to chase after.  red. kakiokioa, kakioa nako: to expel, to drive away
kakiokioa
B  kakiókioa. vi. frequentative of kakioa
kakiraoka
B  kakiráoka. cau. vt kiraoki
kakiraoki
B  kakiráoki. cau. vi kiraoki
kakiraroa
B  kakíraroaa. cau. vt kiraroa
kakirei
B  kákirei. cau. vi kirei
kakireia
B  kakiréia. cau. vt kirei
kakirere
B  kakirére. cau. vi kirere
kakirerea
B  kákireréa. cau. vt kirere
kakirewe
B  kakírewe. cau. vi kirewe
kakirewea
B  kakiréwea. cau. vt kirewe
kakiriaria
B  kakíriariaa. cau. vt kiriaria
kakiribeubeu
B  kakiribéubeu. cau. vi kiribeubeu
kakiribeubeua
B  kakíribeubéua. cau. vt kiribeubeu
kakirikiri
O  kakirikiri. v. to kick up a shindy, to make a scene, to frightenvt. kakirikiria: idem
kakirimangamanga
B  kakirimángamangaa. cau. vt kirimangamanga
kakirimtoa
B  kakirim/toa. cau. vt kirimto
kakiriongong
B  kakirióngong. cau. vi kiriongong
kakiriongonga
B  kakirióngonga. cau. vt kiriongong
kakiritongitong
B  kakiritóngitong. cau. vi kiritongitong
kakiritongitonga
B  kakiritóngitonga. cau. vt kiritongitong
kakiriwakawaka
B  kakiriwákawaka. cau. vt kiriwakawaka
kakiriwe
B  kakíriwe. cau. vi kiriwe
kakiriwea
B  kakiriwéa. cau. vt kiriwe
kakiro
B  kákiro. a. distant
O  kakiro. n. long distancea. distantsyn. raroa kinokinovt. kakiroa: to put farther away, consider as distant. 
kakiroa
O  kakiroa. vc. 1. to make sleepsyn. kamatuav. 2. to move to a distance, to put far away, to repelsyn. kararoa
kakiwata
B  kakíwata. vt. to set aside, to remove
kakoa
B  kakóa. cau. vt ko
kakoaki
B  kaákoaki. vi. to beg, especially for tobacco and food
kakoakoa
B  kaakoákoa. see vt kaakoakoa
kakoaua
B  kakóauaa. vt. to believe, to prove
kakóaua. n. proof
kakobaea
B  kakob'aáea. vt. to tell or permit one to climb a tree with the breast against the trunk. 
kakoburakea
B  kakoburákea. vt. to cause to bubble up. 
kakoko
B  kákoko. n. the young straight coconut leaf, not yet opened. 
O  kakoko. n. young central leaves <leaf> of coconut tree (used to make baskets, skirts, etc.).  n. a magic collar made of these leaves.  a. white like kakoko
kakokona
B  kakókonaa. cau. vt kokona
kakom
B  kákom. vi. to fall short, as an article of food, to fish with bait tied to the line, but having no fish-hook. 
kakona
B  kakóna. vt. to put closer together. 
kakonakona
B  kakónakona. cau. vt konakona
kakonina
B  kakónina. cau. vt konin
kakononoa
B  kakónonoa. vt. to tie or lash very firmly
kakorakai
B  kakórakai. cau. va korakai causing mental distress
kakorakaia
B  kakórakáia. vt. to cause one to be in mental distress or fatigue
kakorakora
B  kakórakoraa. cau. vt korakora
kakórakora. cau. vi korakora
kakoroa
B  kakóroa. vt. to haul up a canoe, to fulfill
kakoroaea
B  kakoroáea. vt. to sail past, to pass by.  bib. Acts 20 : 16. 
kakorobaea
B  kakorob'aáea. vi. to allow a canoe to ground in shoal water. 
kakorobun
B  kakórobun. va. not easily swallowed as kabubu made into a loaf with little moisture. 
kakoroiku
B  kakoroíku. vi. to act in a threatening way toward a weaker person or an inferior. 
kakororaoa
B  kakororáoa. vt. to pay in full, to perform, to bring to pass.  bib. Jer 33 : 14. 
kakororoa
B  kakororóa. vt. to make short as a skirt
kakotikota
B  kakótikota. vt. to make blunt or dull
kakoua
B  kakóua. vt. to stir up, to excite, to agitate
kakua
B  kákuaa. vt. to weary
kakúa. vi. to cause weariness. 
kakuababa
B  kakúabæba. vi. to cause one to be confused or puzzled
kakuakua
B  kakuákuaa. vt. to weary, to chaff
kakuanaomata
B  kakuanáomata. vi. to chaff unkindly or excessively. 
kakuanrang
B  kakúanrang. vi. to chaff unreasonably. 
kakuba
B  kakúba. vi. to cause to start from fright
kakúbaa. vt. to cause one to start suddenly form fright, to shock
kakuikui
B  kakúikui. vi. to cause to wince or twitch
kakuku
B  kakúku. vi. to engage in carrying on the back
kakukua
B  kákukúa. vt. to carry on the back. 
kakukune
B  kakúkune. cau. vi kukune
kakukunea
B  kakúkunea. cau. vt kukune
kakukurei
B  kakúkurei. vi. to give pleasure or gladness
kakukureia
B  kakukuréia. vt. to please
kakume
B  kákume. cau. vi kume
kakumea
B  kákumea. cau. vt kume
kakunainga
B  kakunáinga. a. very many, strange, amazing
kakunáingaa. vt. to amaze, to terrorize
kakunikuna
B  kakúnikuna. vt. to mar or puncture wood with a sharp pointed thing. 
kakunimaninganinga
B  kakúnimæningáning. vt. to cause one to fear or stand aghast. 
kakúnimæningáning. va. occasioning horror
kakura
B  kákuraa. cau. vi kura:
kakuraea
B  kakuráea. vt. to cause one to have small pimples
kakurebea
B  kakúrebea. cau. vt kurebe to disarrangebib. Joel 2 : 7. 
kakurere
B  kákurere. cau. vi kurere
kakurerea
B  kakurérea. vt. to terrify, to broil slightly as fish. 
kakuri
B  kákuri. n. a game
O  kakuri. n. a game
kakuritata
B  kakúritæ/ta. cau. vi kuritata
kakúritæ/taa. vt. to hasten, to hurry. 
kam
B  kam. pron. ye, you (followed always by a predicate). 
O  kam. pron. you (plural). 
kama
B  kaáma. n. the Southern cross
kám'a. vt. to cook, especially to cook again, a second time. 
O  kama. a. fish (Rainbow runner). 
Kama. n. (myth.) name of person. 
kama1. n. a constellation, Southern Cross
kama2. n. den of octopus, surrounded by stones gathered by itself and forming a ma
kama3. vt. to cookex. e kamaki te ika: the fish is being cooked. cooking.  see mai, kamaia
G  kama. sn. Elagatis bipinnulatus (ll,y)n. rainbow runner (sm). 
L  kama. ew. kamai.  sn. Elagatis bipinnulatus (Carangidae)n. jack
kama kewea
O  kama kewea. vt. to cut in small pieces. 
kama n nuka
O  Kama n nuka. n. a constellation (Ka:ma-Nu:ka central Kama). 
kama te irariki
O  Kama te Irariki. n. a constellation
kama te kinaka
O  Kama te Kinaka. n. a constellation
kamaa
B  kamaáa. vt. to wait upon the rain until the shower is quite over. 
kamaawwa
B  kamaæw/wa. vt. to make green
kamabiao
B  kamæ/biao. va. causing sufficiency of food
kamabu
O  kamabu. n. an interdictv. to forbid, to strike (workers). 
kamabua
B  kamæ/bua. vt. to put a taboo on. 
kamad
B  kámad. n. the rim of stones which a squid arranges around the entrance to his hole. 
kamae
B  kamáe. vi. to engage in scattering about or sowing.  to lie down outside of where one is wont to lie. 
kamaea
B  kam'áeea. vt. to move
kamáea. vt. to scatter, to disperse, to sow
kamaeaea
B  kamaeáea. vt. frequentative of kamaea
kamaebo
B  kamáebo. vi. to fish for the maebo
kamaei
B  kam'áei. n. a pastime at seesawingvi. to seesaw. 
O  kamaei. note. pronounced kamwaeiv. to see sawn. this gamevt. kamaeia: to make go up and down. 
kamaeieia
B  kamaeiéia. vt. to wear out clothing or a mat. 
kam'aeiéia. vt. to shake
O  kamaeieia. from. maevt. to wear a garment till it is in tatters.  kaeieia: to borrow and use a garment once. 
kamaeka
B  kamáeka. vt. to make to dwell
kamaeke
B  kamáeke. vi. to engage in eating fragments of karababan. fragments of karababa eaten in the brittle state. 
kamaekea
B  kamáekea. vt. to eat kamaeke
kamaekekea
B  kamaekékea. vt. to make brittle by exposure to heat. 
kamaemae
B  kam'áem'ae. vi. to float or lie at the surface as a school of fish. 
O  kamaemae. n. preparation of fruit to be dried in sun. 
kamaen
O  kamaen. from. maen: supplefig. v to compose dances;  ex. te kai ni kamaen: a certain method or school of composition of ruoian. four different branches:  ex. te buka Nei Akang, te tokotu ni man, Nei ba nerere, Nei kamatua tawavc. ka-maena: to make supple, to compose. 
kamaena
B  kamáena. vt. to bend into shape as a canoe plank. 
kamaenikuna
B  kamaeníkuna. vt. to break into several pieces as a plate. 
kamaerea
B  kam'áerea. vt. to