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By Samuel H. Elbert, Rolf Kuschel & Toomasi Taupongi

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See net, pole, torch. flying fox. Peka. pogaa peka. );f. f. flock, hogau. f ,f. f . , tau 'aabanga; to call f. , hegau: call o f f . , ohoghaa. ghoghii. ghuughii; to imitate sound of f . f . in flight. hanguhangu; f . f . n9irr,gbone med for needle, l a p : to hang. as f. f.. taahui: to enfold wings, ghaabuli; sleeping place o f f . f.. ma'unga. See necklace. foam. Piloe. foetal water. Gano. foetus. Kagisi. fog. Po'ao. fold. Gaba. gipi (gi-. gipi-, ma-. -nga). haatunga. hatu (ha-, hatu-), kokorno ('anga), rnakorno, nape (nape-).

Of women ahour brothers, ibihoto; e. of men abour older cl. brother or sister's son, punua hatu'ugu. endure. Ngangago. hatukea. enemy. Makau (he- . . -'aki. -a). rnakakau. energetic. Mahi. rnahitiho (haka-). hakarnagangatino. haka'oha'oha, niamaagie. engaged. Taagango (he- ... See appointment. engine. 'Inisini. England. 'Igilani (haka-). English. Haka'igilani: ro speak E.. toko: pidgin E.. pisini. enjoy. Siasia. ma'ine. mai'ine, si'i (si-). enlarge. Hakahua'eha, haa'aga 'eha. beegaba. 'aha. gegena, genagena.

N o term in Rennellese or Bellonese. face. 1. Anatomical. Mata, taungaa mata; f. , mata tangata; to make faces, mouinaina. 2. Verb. Anga 'ago (haka-), 'ago (haka-), heanga'aki, angai, haagiu, hakagiu, hakatau'aitu, kanai (he- ... -'ski), hekaanai'aki, sangai (he- . -'aki). faceted. Ha'igangi (of a four-faceted object). facts. Me'a na'a. fade. Masogo. faggot. 'Atiahi, malughubei; pulo iha (butt end). fail. Logilogi (in health); pele (in an examination). failure. Hu'u. faint. Semu, mate (ma-), gigipo, gipogipo, sikusiku, a'aua; f.

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