Urat - English


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chetetevpull a rope in opposite directionsNeeds at least two parties.pulim rop long tupela saitTinge yarpe kin chetete yate tas yasme moi kin.They held him and pulled him out of his village.Ol i holim pasim em pulim em kamaut long ples bilong em.Follows partly g-verb pattern, so original spelling may have been gitete.
chiche'v uninfl.roast in fire ; heat in firekukim long paia stretYeteke'e ŋai chiche' nih.Check the food that is roasting in the fire.Yu sekim kaikai i stap long paia na kuk.Tinge yesekeh ŋeser chiche' no, ki woyol.They heated a stone in the fire, and it was red hot.Ol i hotim ston long paia, na em kamap retpela.
chichur'ev uninfl.knead ; rub between two handsrolim namel long tupela hanPoi chichur'e kakah ŋaiye ya mende kakah ŋuhruwet.We are kneading the dough to make bread.Mipela rolim flauo namel long tupela han.cf.chuchur'eroll/rub between hands/legs
chitevtricktrikimSe ka yini yip wusyep molohe sye' no, ka chite yip ŋaiye ka yamba'e wuhyau yip.They will tell you some lies, and they will trick you in order to get your money.Ol bai tokim yupela sampela giaman tok, na ol bai trikim yupela long givim mani bilong yupela long ol.cf.getedrag/pullketedrag ; pullFollows g-verb pattern, so original spelling may have been gite or gete.
chuchukwarv uninfl.rejoiceamamasŊupe ŋaiye ŋai uku ka ot pe, na chuchukwar papalai guh unuh hriphrip.When that something will come, you will rejoice jump up being happy.Long taim dispela samting bai kamap, yu bai amamas kalap antap amamas.
chuchur'evroll/rub between hands/legsIn order to break to pieces.brukim namel long hanNin chuchur'e nihnom gah no, ni ŋinyem.You rub tobacco to pieces, and you roll it.Yu rabim brus, na rolim.cf.chichur'eknead ; rub between two hands
chumburvopenopimTinge chumbur tem tinge yosoko yitini yaŋa'e kin.They opened their bags, took out gifts and gave them to him.Ol i opim bilum bilong ol na givim presen long em.Follows g-verb pattern, so original spelling may have been gumbur.
chumbur'evswallowdaunimTinge hindi yono lousep chumbur'e mi'e pe, gwaingwaiye pakai.They two ate fruit and swallowed it quickly, not slowly.Tupela i kaikai pikinini bilong diwai daunim, na i no westim taim.Ŋupe ŋaiye na kumbur'e pe, se na sepele ende yumbune tapam nin.When you swallow, it will (be) bitter cause pain in your stomach.Long taim yu daunim, em bai pait bagarapim bel bilong yu.Follows partly g-verb pattern, so original spelling may have been gumbur'e.ŋam/nin/ti/kin/poi kumbur'e; yip/tinge chumbur'e
chusyur tuhwa' -alahevpspitspetimTinge chusyur tuhwa' yalahe kin.They spat saliva on him.Ol i spetim en.