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Nu ghaka aghari dae erira. He is about to hollow out a canoe log. agháta bámba n+n. } concluding words in a legend, formulaic conclusion to legends. Kiki aghata bamba! That’s the end of my story. agháti n. } skull. Na usu viti dureno, jiro aghati de bejisira. I climbed up the coconut, fell, and broke my skull. ághi n. } message, summons, invitation (sent to people who aren’t close enough to shout to). Na numoá aghi mutari erekotena. I am thinking of sending him as my messenger. See: kori. ághi ári n+v.
It also has a soft core which is not eaten. ). Ararugha mo, mindiraera. Tamo teghedo, jokáda ava mindiraera. We eat arara ugha fruit. We peel off the skin and eat the inside. Ref: Peekel 1984: p. 340, #550. arárafa n. } cuscus: Coppery Ringtail, tree-dwelling, woolly haired marsupial mammal, active at night. Pseudochirops cupreus. See: adebo, goviro. arári vt. vs1: are. vs2: ari. } to twist bark string strands together on calf in a motion away from the body toward the foot (three at a time, into a continuous string for weaving fishnets or string bags).
My father’s relatives. See also: ayakano. afári vt. vs1: afe. vs2: afu. ➊ throw (with intent), hurl, take aim and throw purposefully. Ghamanaé nane afari erena. I am getting ready to throw this stone. See also: fugari. ➋ flip, open, turn over (pages of a book). Buku kotae kotae afari ava do! Don’t just flip the pages of the book haphazardly! See also: afigari. afáro kevári n+v. } to gash one’s head (with a knife, piece of glass or an obsidian piece as an expression of mourning at a funeral). Oroko sifo emo, evetu genembo afaro kevari dotutuseri.
Korafe-Yegha Da Dikiseneri (The Korafe-Yegha Dictionary) by James and Cynthia Farr with Korafe and Yegha speakers