la la
laqe lakʷə
Averb, intransitive
spring out, appear suddenly
Merawehih ni laqe me, ni vese të “A!”M. suddenly sprang out, and said “Ha ha!”
Merawehih ni gih roqrë ne wuh or, ne wuh or ni laqe rake.while bending a tree down to the groundM. dropped the end of the Casuarina tree, which suddenly spurt out.
Bpostverb
suddenly, unexpectedly
Nihe ge vēn laqe me li venie.[go spring.out] And they suddenly (i.e. finally) reached the village.
Nie ni vese laqe, ni vese të…[say spring.out] He spoke suddenly (i.e. thoughtlessly), and said…
lawe lawə
lëg lɛɣ
lëgie lɛɣiə
lën̄ lɛŋ
lëre lɛrə
lēh leh
lēn̄we leŋʷə verb, transitive
<°lamwa(s)
Reduplen̄welēn̄we
homophonel' ēn̄weà la maisonin the house
1hit ‹s.o., s.th.› with a stick
seeere
seenot
Music
2play ‹the drum ere
3beat ‹a fruit tree› with a pole
Nonegë ve vin, ni lēn̄we ne n̄ër, ni iu me ni wō ne n̄ër.He climbed up the tree, beat the almonds (to bring them down); then he came back down and began to crack them.
le
ledun̄ ləʈᶳʉŋ
lego ləɣɔ
lehō- ləho
lel ləl
lele lələ
lelōl ləlol
lelōlhia ləlolhia
lelue ləlʉə
len̄whë ləŋʷhɛ
leqëvine ləkʷɛβinə
let lət
lete lətə
letlit lətlit
letn̄ë lətŋɛ verb, transitive
throw, cast
Letn̄ë me k'!Throw it here!
Ne nēw hēn̄wewul tuwage mahelin verue, nike letn̄ë ne metu.After twelve waves, you will throw this coconut (into the sea).
synonymhalen̄ë
leverue ləβərʉə
levetel ləβətəl
levlōv ləβloβ
lewate ləwatə
lewelawe ləwəlawə
lewō ləwo
li li
lië liɛ
lie liə
lieg liəɣ
liek liək
ligetë liɣətɛ
lih lih
lilave lilaβə
lilëre lilɛrə
lili lili
lilie liliə
limē lime
lin̄ē- liŋe
lio liɔ liō
1sgliōk
lione liɔnə
lioneqen̄ liɔnəkʷəŋ
liove liɔβə
liowe liɔwə
lit lit
lite litə
liu liʉ
livie liβiə
livise liβisə
livivët liβiβɛt
lo
lop lɔp
lo
lōl lol
lōlhia lolhia
lōlmerën lolmərɛn
<°lolo-maraniclear-minded merëndaylight
Aadjective
intelligent, clever, clear-minded
Merawehih, nie na lōlmerën, nie na hehomēte.M. is a clear-minded person, he's perceptive.
Bverb, oblique
be clear-minded ofknow (s.o., s.th.: ē); be aware (that, ē_të)
Nike na lōlmerën ē Sintia?Do you know Sintia?
E, noke na lōlmerën ē.Yes, I know / I know her.
Noke tat lōlmerën ē.I don't know.
Noke tat lōlmerën urvë që ē ne vegevage mi kemi.I don't know your language very well yet.
qulqul mē, nike na lōlmerën ē të paie?Do you know who her boyfriend is? [lit. her friend, you are aware that who (he is)?]
lōlvë lolβɛ
lōlwie lolwiə
lōv loβ
lōwie lowiə
lu-
lue lʉə
lugu lʉɣʉ noun
stone oven: a round pit dug out of the ground inside the house, filled with stones and used for baking food (tor)
ne qerën̄ luguthe pit of the oven
Dege të ge holul ne lugu.Let's open the oven.
Ge pi n' ëv li lugu.They lit a fire in the oven.
luh lʉh
luk lʉk
lumegav lʉməɣaβ
lun̄lun̄i- lʉŋlʉŋi
luqelaqe lʉkʷəlakʷə
luve lʉβə
luwerë lʉwərɛ
luwō lʉwo