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vacant
O   kaita. to make clear space, to make vacant, to exhaust
B   ónea. replace, fill as a vacantcy. 
vaccinate
O   itina. to electrify, to vaccinate, to give an injection
vaccination
O   iti3. injection, vaccination
vacillate
O   kanebu. kanebu, kanebunebu: to vibrate, to vacillate like moths' wings. 
O   rangaranga. to vacillate, to wobble, to shake, to roll, to lurch
vagabond
O   Boutowa. name of a spirit (anti), vagabond
O   boutowa. a vagabond, vagrancy
O   tabobe. scoundrel, vagabond, scamp, good for nothing. 
vagabondage
O   euta. te eueutaki: gallivanting, vagabondage
vagrancy
O   aiwa. agitation, vagrancy
O   boutowa. a vagabond, vagrancy
O   buti ni wa. vagrancy
O   butirere. vagrancy
O   rebu2. vagrancy
O   tio. (2) tiotio, katiotio, tutiotio, mautiotio: vagrancy
O   wa6. ikawawa: to wander around in mobs, gangs, etc., vagrancy of number of persons together. 
vague
O   bang1. e kabang: it leaves a blurred, vague vision. 
O   tabuaiaka. of buaiaka. vague temperament ..., image ..., form approximate idea, vague idea of the nature of ... 
vail
B   weére. a vail
vain
O   kamoamoa. vain, boastful, pretentious, etc. 
O   mane buaka. uselessness, futility, vain, useless. 
O   manrerei. vain, futile, frivolous, puerile
B   mæ/tebúaka. fruitless, profitless, useless, vain, idle, without result, to no purpose. 
O   matebuaka. in vain, without profit, fruitless
O   matera (mate raa). (1) useless, vain
O   uke1. uke-tati: to seek in vain, ... where there in nothing at all. 
O   uki-nangananga. to look in every hole and corner (in vain). 
O   wanga1. mate wanga: busy, worried by affairs (useless, vain). 
vainglory
O   kamoamoa. boasting, bragging, vanity, pretension, boast, vainglory, pride
valiant
O   kaura1. (1) kaura n Tarawa ... n Tamoa: the brave, valiant, strong, leader of Tarawa ... Tamoa. 
O   ninikoria. brave, courageous, valiant, dauntless, strong willed. n. bravery, courage, dauntlessness. 
valley
B   m'árua. deep depression, pit, valley
valleys
B   kámarúarua. abounding in depressions, or pits or valleys
valuable
O   bai. te bai ni buaka: war weapons te oi ni bai: a real thing, valuable
O   bairaroi. good things, useful things, valuable things. 
O   bonga. e bongana, ae bongana, iai bongana: valuable, important, useful
O   bongana. useful, valuable, important
B   kakaáwaki. precious, very valuable
O   kakawaki. precious, valuable
B   kaáwaki. precious, valuable
O   kawaki. precious, worth keeping, valuable
O   maneuna. mamaneuna, kamaneuna. valuable, important, useful, pr
value
B   b'áina. to use, to make use of, to hold, to possess, to value
O   bo5. price, value, cost, wage, compensation, reward, answer
O   bonga. value, importance, utility (from bong length of time). 
B   bo:ráoi. selling for its value
B   mæ/ne. worth, value, consequence
B   mæ/nena. of value, of account, of worth
O   manena. manen te ... manena. use, value, importance
B   m'annæ/noa. regard, value, pay attention to. 
O   ua6. te moan ua: the first fruit akea uana: without profit, ... value
valve
O   bunong. fissure, narrow hole, valve of tube, stopper
O   riri ni man. tuae rolled in cylinder shape, a valve or bukinikimoa
O   wi n ang. air pipe, pump fixture, valve
vane
O   kikonang. sea star, windmill, weather vane
vanishing
O   amauna. vanishing, indistinct, nearly disappeared
vanities
O   aonaba. aonteaba: on the land bain aonaba: things of the worldbain aonteaba: earthly vanities
vanity
O   kakaeutakia. coquetry, vanity, dandyism
O   kamoamoa. boasting, bragging, vanity, pretension, boast, vainglory, pride
O   nano ni kakatonga. sentiment of joy, vanity, exuberance
vanquish
O   aobaia. to overcome, to vanquish
O   kai1. te taenikai (e tae te kai): defeat, to be defeated, vanquished. 
O   kona4. kona, kokona: to vanquish, to overcome, to knock out, to triumph over, to beat, to subdue
O   toka1. toka: to prevail, to dominate, to succeed, to overcome, to vanquish
O   tokanikai. e toka ana kai, e tokanikai: to triumph over, to vanquish, to gain success. 
O   tokanikaia. to win victory over, to dominate, to vanquish, to triumph over. 
vanquished
O   taenikai. defeated, vanquished
vapour
O   buane. vapour of hot water, breath. 
variable
O   rume. variable, up and down, spark appearing and disappearing, changing form, intensity, changeable. 
Varicola
O   bana2. Varicola louti. 
varicose
O   uti ia. swelling veins, varicose ... 
variegated
O   kairengarenga. mixed, streaked, variegated
O   kaumata. (1) many coloured, multi coloured, variegated
O   nimatamata1. variegated, flowered, striped, spotted
variety
B   áeka. sort, kind, variety
O   aeka3. kind, species, sort, variety
B   téi. kind, sort, variety, a watch as on ship-board, a standing
Variola
O   bukitakieau. Variola louti. 
various
B   búto. many, various, as stories. 
varnished
O   ranebonebo. glossy, shining, varnished
vary
O   nuna. nuna te bana, te taeka: to shade, to vary slightly (the voice, the words). 
vase
O   kawi. coconut shell or long vase used formerly for incantations, bottle
O   mangko. (1) a cup, mug, vase, bowl, chalice
O   nana. a vessel made with half of coconut shell, vase
O   ne. place, spot, locality, site, container, box, case, vase
vaseline
O   makano. thick oil, vaseline, ointment, mash
O   tangauri. compote, or pulp of pandanus fruit, vaseline, pomade, ointment
vassal
B   katabæ/reka. a servant, a slave, a vassal
vast
O   abaabaki. big, vast, expansive, high
O   mawa3. spacious, vast
Vasum
O   nimakaka. Vasum ceramicum ceram. 
vault
O   uma. uma, umauma: vaulted, convex, dome shaped, arched. 
vaunt
O   wi n rang. to boast, to brag, to vaunt, to boast shamelessly, to speak at random, to say ridiculous things. 
veer
O   taba4. e tabataba kawaina: (canoe) unable to sail straight, but veering off course. 
vegetating
O   bakitaia. thin from sickness, wasting away, vegetating, skinny, rickety, frail, undernourished
vehemence
O   baibati. vehemence
vehement
O   baibati. vehement, strong, impetuous, (wind, sound). 
vehicle
O   ka6. car, cart, vehicle, chariot, carriage
O   wa. te wa, to wa (N) any vehicle, any means of conveyance: canoe, boat, bicycle, cart, toy ..., pawn in chess, ... checkers. 
O   wana. (1) wawana: to have, or take for means of transport, for vehicle, ... to embark on, ... to ride on. 
veil
O   bakarube. something to drape oneself in. a cover, veil, cloak, shawl, toga, mat (used mostly in figurative or poetic style), nimbus, shadow, halo of light, covered by moonbeams. 
O   nang2. hindrance, annoyance, obstacle, veil, worry.
O   ninira. any kind of covering, wrapping, veil, sheet, shroud, blanket, mat, cloak, etc. 
O   nuna. to make shade over ..., to veil, to blur, to shade, to darken tattoo designs, to make an incision on head to beautify; nunan
O   raba2. ka-raba: to hide, to mask, to veil, to conceal, to hold
O   rona1. to darken ..., to place in obscurity, to stop the light, to veil, to screen
veiled
O   aanua1. anuan te... veiled form, blurred, air, aspect, trace of resemblance
O   areau1. veiled, not clear, for ex. the eyes. 
O   bubutei. e bubutei matau: my eyes are dim, veiled (moral or physical cause). 
vein
B   ía. vein
O   ia2. a vein, an artery
veins
O   uti ia. swelling veins, varicose ... 
velocity
O   birimaka. velocity, rapidity, swiftness
velvet
B   wÉrewEti. velvet
venerable
O   mangoieta. venerable, superior
O   rine. surpassing, superior, eminent, excellent, venerable
venereal
O   boriki1. venereal disease, gonorrhoea <boroki ?>. 
vengeance
O   kai1. 4. chastisement , punishment, defeat, victory, vengeance, revenge
B   kárerea. to call upon a god to inflict vengeance
B   nínimæte. rising up in anger to inflict vengeance for the death of relations. 
venial
O   bebete. light, easy, venial
venomous
O   mate. kamamate: mortal, dangerous, grave, heavy, venomous, poisonous, painful, grievous, killing. 
vent
B   búnong. the touch-hole of a cannon, the vent
O   nimanainai. (1) vent holes of octopus. 
vent hole
O   mbembe. vent hole of octopus
Venus
O   Baimoa. Venus, Morning Star
O   itoi n tarai ki. Evening star (Venus). 
O   itoi ni ngaina. Morning star (Venus). 
O   Karae. Na Karae: Venus at morning or night. 
G   koikoinanti1. venus shell (jr). 
veracity
O   koaua. truth, reality, certain fact, axiom, veracity, authenticity, certitude
veranda
B   kamæn/. a veranda, a portico, a lean-to
verandah
B   éb'anako. very wide, as a verandah
O   kaman1. verandah, porch
verbose
O   kuna-ananau. long winded, tedious, verbose, prolix
B   kunánanau. verbose, continuing long in talk
B   tókoméme. verbose talk, incessant interruption. 
verbosity
O   witokonaua. to prolong, to protract (decision, affair) by prolix, vain verbosity
verdant
B   bamáiu. verdant, green, fresh, thriving
B   bámæte. not verdant, drooping
O   kitongotongo. very nice (nice black), verdant foliage (trees, forest). beautiful person (nice dark hair and eyebrows). 
verified
O   taeka1. e obuki te taeka: confirmed, rapidly verified, proved. 
verify
O   bura1. tau bura or kini bura: to cast lots, to see, to verify, to control the results of spell, or lot. 
B   kam'atáua. to verify, to make certain of, to acquire a knowledge of. 
O   nora. to see, to perceive, to understand, to distinguish, to verify; norakin, noran: sight, perception. 
Verita
O   kabanmaran. Verita sp. 
vermilion
O   baka. red, vermilion (used specially for fruit, and more especially for pandanus fruit). 
O   uraura. red, red colour, redness, vermilion
vermin
O   baiuti. small lice, vermin <louse -- gwg>. 
O   nimaniman. small louse, vermin
vernacular
O   aomata1. te taetae n aomata: vernacular
O   taetae. taetae n aomata: vernacular, Gilbertese language. 
Vernonia
O   wao-na n anti. Vernonia cinerea. 
versatile
O   takarua1. (2) changeable, versatile
verse
B   kíbu. a verse, a stanza
O   kibu. verse
vertebrae
O   ri n aku. vertebrae, spinal vertebrae. 
O   rueki. last vertebrae of spine. 
vertical
O   aetorake. vertical
O   katei. ae katei: vertical, straight, abrupt, steep
vertically
O   aetorake. to go up straight, grow straight, vertically (smoke in fine weather). 
O   katati1. katatia: to cut vertically, straight
vertiginous
O   aomara. smooth, slippery surface, dangerous, vertiginous, slippery. 
vertigo
O   niraki. dizziness, vertigo
O   ntongitong. kind of dizziness, giddiness, vertigo, swoon
O   tanoi. giddiness, vertigo
very
O   abakaei. big, very big, immense
O   abebete. very light
O   kaei. 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. 
O   karuatai. e karuatai te riringa: the sun is very hot. 
O   kati. to certain words to show superlative (very, entirely). 
O   kiri. very, much
B   m'am'áka. very industrious
B   nònginqng. (adverbial intensive) very
O   nonginong. indicating the superlative: very, altogether
B   nónoæba. very many
O   rang. adv. te rangi ni ... ae rang ni, n rang: very, too much, excessively, extremely, foolishly. 
B   réirei. very ( used after maiu). 
B   róaroa. very
O   tangoingoi. very black, dark
B   tóngitong. na adverbial suffix meaning very, following ro, maere
B   tóto. adv (an intensive) very
O   tutu1. <very>. 
vessel
O   banakuaku. oil, small vessel for oil or binobino
O   kaibuke. a ship, a sailing ship, a steamer, a motor vessel
B   katárataraa. to inspect or watch in order to recognize as a vessel
O   katobibi. round wooden vessel (like kumete). 
O   kuo. (1) a vessel, a measure for perfumed oil (half-shell); 
O   kurabe. bottom, basket, vessel, sack, etc. 
O   nana. a vessel made with half of coconut shell, vase
O   nimatata. a small vessel or binobino used for sorcery
O   roa1. a vessel tied to cord to get water from well. 
B   wánimæ/tang. a ship, a foreign vessel,. 
vest
O   kouti. a garment (vest) woven of pandanus leaves for spoilt child (who is kakoaki). 
B   weétikoti. a waistcoat, a vest
vex
O   botu. kabotua: to bore, to weary, to annoy, to vex, to tire
B   káuna. to anger, to vex, to provoke, to set on, to persistently refuse a gift. 
O   kauna1. to oppose one to another, to put in conflict, in contest, in competition, to arouse, to put end to end, to inure to fight, to make hardy, aggressive, belligerent, to anger, to vex, to make angry, to do a magic rite to inure, make courageous, terrible
O   kua1. (2) kakua: to vex, to tease
O   nanobuaka. kananobuaka: to offend, to hurt, to vex, to irritate, to set against. 
O   nanomaraki. kananomaraka: to hurt, to cause sorrowy, to vex, to annoy
O   nanora. kananoraea: to vex, to put in bad humour. 
O   nanorawata. ka-nanorawawata: to grieve, to vex, to afflict, etc. 
O   rariki. waea rarikin: to throw hints ..., to tease or vex by throwing hints. 
O   tabare. tabarea, tatabarea: to meddle, to put in disorder, to vex, to annoy, to bother
O   un1. kauna, kakauna, kaununa: to make ..., to excite to ..., to irritate, to vex, to exasperate, to make fight, to make bold, ... daring, to oppose end to end. 
O   wanga1. kawanga, kawangawanga, kawangaroroa, kamatewanga: to give trouble, bring ..., to upset ..., to vex, annoy, tire uselessly. 
vexation
B   ri:tang/. to express great vexation at theft
O   tuanokunoku. susceptibility, slight vexation, hidden vexation. 
O   waru. vexation, importunity, twitch, to annoy by nasty hand play. 
vexatious
O   kameio. troublesome, vexatious, boring, annoying
vexed
O   bangaki1. ko bangaki: fig. you are cross, vexed
O   kanaeng kakanaeng. sulky, offended, vexed
O   nokua. ka-nokunokua: to make sulky, discontented, vexed, to hurt, to offend
O   unra. misunderstanding, discord, disagreement, vexed, cross, displeased, ill-disposed. 
O   unuara. unuararea: to be vexed, ... cross, discontented, to show ..., to look on with evil eye. 
vexing
B   kabunenea. to engage in vexing with insulting language
O   kataeari. vexing, irritating
O   kibangebange. (1) vexing (by refusing to accept). contrary (Butaritari). 
O   rebetoko. irritating, vexing
O   tete1. maddening, vexing
O   tokobeka. of tokonono. very annoying, ... vexing, upsetting, importunate
O   tokomeme. sup. of meme, memeto: very annoying, vexing, importunating by curiosity, sticking the nose everywhere, meddling <meddle> with everything. 
viaticum
O   tianaki. te Kommunio n tianaki: viaticum
vibrate
O   itikurere. to vibrate, to quiver (ex. with fear), to tremble (as bait before a tuna fish). 
O   kanebu. kanebu, kanebunebu: to vibrate, to vacillate like moths' wings. 
O   karuru. karuru: to make vibrate, to tremble
B   kátætaa. to utter rapidly, to cause to vibrate, as hand or tongue, to skip a stone over water. 
O   ruru. to shake, to shiver, to vibrate
vibrating
O   koriri. te buki ni benebene (vibrating in the wind). 
vibrations
O   beroro1. ae tang beroro: with quick vibrations, humming, buzzing, vibrating. 
O   katata. successive movements, blows, vibrations, jerks. 
vice
O   bara2. custom of ... vice ... being wont to. 
O   biro. a tool used to fasten ropes or tighten boards, carpenter's vice, screw jack, tourniquet
O   buakaka. badness, malice, wickedness, vice, sin, obscenity, impurity, flaw, sexual organs. 
O   tena1. te bai ni katena: pincers, pliers, vice
O   uma1. uma n, uma ni kewe, uma n taninga: to have the habit, vice of lying, laziness. 
vicious
B   áonikai. vicious, rascally, villainous. 
B   babákanikáwai. extortionate, rascally, vicious
O   be1. rude, coarse, vile, odious, vicious, evil, unpleasant, insupportable, wicked, mischievous, bad, ugly
O   buakaka. bad, evil, wicked, naughty, vicious, malicious, pernicious, hurtful, disagreeable, dirty, impure, unfit
victim
O   irarang. to let oneselt be led, gained over (meaning much the same as ira butin ta), to be swayed ..., be allured, to be victim of ... 
O   kana ni botika. ana kana ni botika: prey, victim of flirtation. 
O   kana ni kai. instrument of pleasure. victim ill treated. formerly a warrior's conquest or captive
O   kana ni kirei. ana kana ni kirei: victim of seduction. 
O   kona4. prey, victim, booty, haul, catch
victorious
O   kai1. e a toka au kai: I am victorious
B   kátokaa. to put or place up, to make victorious
victory
O   kai1. 4. chastisement , punishment, defeat, victory, vengeance, revenge
B   kekéke. a shout of victory
B   níkierére. joyous, exultant or boastful sfter a victory in battle
B   tokæ/nikai. victory, triumph
O   tokanikai. success, victory, triumph
O   tokanikaia. to win victory over, to dominate, to vanquish, to triumph over. 
victual
O   uakana1. ua-kana: to have, or carry provisions, victuals. 
victuals
O   amarake. food, eatables, meals, victuals
vie
O   kabo ati. a bo atia: they vie with each other in efforts. 
O   kauntabo. kauntaboa: to rival, to vie, to compete. 
O   ruona. to descend on, to embark on, to go on board ..., to go towards, to attack, to vie with, to rush on, ... towards, to fall upon, to move towards, to move down on. 
O   uaia. uaia n, a uaia n: to vie, to go, to do together
view
B   katæ/rerea. to bring into clear view
B   kateretérea. to bring out clearly to view
O   ria1. ria raoi: to be well in view
O   tangaina. open, on show, in full view
O   tarere. showing up, standing out, clear on the horizon, appearing, in view
vigil
O   tantani. to watch over, to guard, to supervise, to lie in wait, to watch, to keep vigil
O   tara3. tatara te tei: keep an eye on the child, watch it, look after it taratara: to watch attentively, to be awake, vigilant, not asleep. 
O   taratara. (in the sense of sight) state of vigil, application, looking, attention, vigilance. 
vigilantly
O   tararua. to watch constantly, vigilantly, to take great care of, to be solicitous about. 
vigor
O   teboakina. to work with determination, perseverance, vigorously. 
vigorous
O   kairi. bony, slender but vigorous
O   kauti. te kauti ni mane: to become strong and vigorous
O   kibati. strong, vigorous, powerful (person, wind, etc.); one throwing vigorously, acting with vigour. 
O   mamaka. strong, vigorous, energetic, ardent, powerful
O   o3. strong, vigorous, having nerve. 
O   taboang. taboangang, tabonang: strong, strapping, vigorous, enterprising, zealous, ardent, audacious
vigorously
O   kanenea. to force, to apply pressure on, to act vigorously
O   taerere. n taerere, n takaerere: vigorously, violently, rapidly. 
vigour
O   batikora. vigour, strength
O   kora3. korakora: size, strength, vigour
O   korakora. power, dimension, strength, vigour, force
O   marurung. good health, robustness, vigour
O   ungara. ungaungara: to accomplish, to do with animation, spirit, vigour, to excite, to encourage, to lead by example. 
vile
O   ba7. te moa ni ba: high rank te mwi ni ba: lowest rank, vile, rejected
B   b'ainraráea. to blackguard, to assail with vile epithets
O   be1. nasty, vile
B   buréti. bad, vile
B   kamwínibáea. to humble, to disgrace, to make vile
O   mangori. ae mangori, mamangori: of little value, low class, inferi quality, vile, puny, unknown, obscure
O   ribuaka. bad behaviour, vile conduct. 
vilify
O   katorotoro1. katorotoroa: kaka ...: idem. to insult, to vilify
O   kaubunranga. to treat with contempt, to vilify, to scoff at, to debase
O   maniwaira. to disparage, to vilify
O   uabuaka1. to defame, to slander, to disparage, to discredit, to vilify
village
B   búkinikáinga. the suburbs of a village on the windward or eastern side. 
B   karíkiriki. a new village, a new babai pit. 
B   kaáwa. a village, a town, a city
O   kawa. village, town, hamlet, city
B   máeka. small village, hamlet
O   uma1. n uma, i uma: in an inhabited place, at place dwelt in, in the village, at home
villain
B   áonikai. vicious, rascally, villainous. 
B   áonikai. injustice, villainy, extortion
villify
B   táetaebuákaa. to reproach, to revile, to villify
vine
B   bárariku. a running vine, the. 
B   keánginimákin. a vine, the. 
B   kiáou. a creeping vine
B   ntaníni. a running vine without leaves. 
B   ríku. a vine, the. 
B   rúku. a vine resembling the morning-glory
B   wáo. a creeping vine
vinegar
B   béneka. vinegar
O   beneka. vinegar
viol
B   wáiora. a viol
violate
O   bunokonoko. kabunokonokoa: to violate
O   urua. violate, transgress (laws, contracts, vows). 
violated
O   aena. te aine ae aenaki: a woman assaulted, violated, surprised
violation
O   kamarua. crime, assassination, violation
violence
O   baikora. baikora: to hold firm with hands, to overcome, to subdue, to use violence, to grasp, to seize, to lay hold of. 
O   un. meaning struggle, force, violence, ardour (root foundation). 
violent
O   angitaauru:ru:. strong wind, violent wind. 
B   íbeki. struggle violently. 
O   ioawa. wicked, naughty, violent
O   maroro1. beroro: violent
O   nanoun. irascible temperament, choleric, violent temper, peevish, severe, strict
O   ntarie. wicked, violent, bad natured
O   taerere. takaerere: rapid, sudden, violent
O   taururu. te ang taururu: violent wind
O   unun1. passionate, fiery, of choleric temperament, violent, irascible, pugnacious, quarrelsome, disputatious
violently
O   ioawaeakina. to treat violently, cruelly, to brutalize
violet
O   uraro. dark red, purple, violet
viper
B   báiba. a viper
virgin
O   baretenia. a virgin, term used when speaking of the Virgin Mary
O   baretenia. a virgin, term used when speaking of the Virgin Mary
O   buako. buakoako, tokobuakoako: thickly wooded, thicket, underwood, brushwood, virgin forest, bush. 
B   kíbono. a virgin
O   kibono. maiden, virgin (vulgar). 
Virgo
O   Mataroa. a constellation (false Southern Cross). Virgo (Grimble). 
O   Matoroniwi. a constellation in Virgo (?). 
virile
O   kangkai. insensible, impassible, virile, imperturbable
O   mane2. male, virile
O   mata ni mane. elderly, mature looking, virile, hardy
O   matamane. looking virile, grown up into manhood. 
O   nano ni mane. virile, serious, manly
O   nanomane. manly, virile, strong willed
O   tabomane. fig. virile, energetic and self-controlled. 
virtue
O   raoiroi. good, goodness, virtue, quality, beneficence
O   wiritu. virtue
virulent
B   riaánib'ai. to grow virulent, to fester
vis a vis
O   aitara. to face, vis a vis, to be opposite
viscosity
O   kianan. (2) a kind of viscosity dripping sometimes into toddy shell from spathe. 
O   mona. viscosity, filth, sticky dirt, slime
vise
O   kai ni katena. pincers, pliers, forceps, vise, tongs
visible
O   aomata1. visible, real
O   buranira. barely visible in distance. 
B   buraníri. just visible, barely seen as a vessel. 
B   kanoraába. to make visible
O   katerea. kateretere: to make visible
O   materetere. very outstanding, very visible
O   oti. appeared, visible, manifest, public, risen (stars), self-evident. 
O   ria1. ria maki: barely visible ria mauna: a glimpse, appearing and disappearing in the waves. 
O   tabanin. entire, quite visible, entirely formed. 
O   tane. e tane manekana: his footprints are visible, clear, distinct
O   tarere. katarerea: make apparent, visible on plain background. 
O   tawe1. visible from a distance, standing out. 
O   tere. tetere, teretere, teretere nako: standing out distinctly, quite distinct, apparent, visible
vision
B   katérerea. to bring out into clearer vision
O   mamang. a spirit (anti) ghost, spectre, vision, hallucination
O   mamata. gift of vision, intuition, visionary. 
O   mitara. vision while dozing, hallucination
O   mitarao. to have a vision, to see an apparition, to see spirits or phantoms in dreams. 
visionary
O   buroburo. visionary, illusion, mirage
visit
B   bakatékea. to visit by water or land. 
B   bakatékera. to approach, to go to, to visit
O   itabon. ka-itabon: to visit, to be near
O   kabutika1. 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. 
O   kainga. kare kainga: to visit homes of others as pastime. 
O   kamaewe. a swift passage, a flying visit, an apparition
O   kaotimaon. kaoti n anti. a brief visit, a short visit, no sooner arrived than gone. 
O   kareati. kareatia: to visit the islands. 
O   kauroko. frequent visit. we don't often see you! (ironical). 
B   kawára. to go to see, to visit
O   kawara. to visit, to frequent
O   maewe. kind of apparition, visit or rare appearance, passage or appearance. 
B   móanuwá. place or person first visited. 
O   neweaba. neweaba: to visit, to explore a certain place. 
B   ninikaáinga. to visit in a threatening manner. 
B   rénaa. to visit a land as a first party or company. 
B   ríriæbakawáia. to visit a place at regular intervals
O   roko. arrival, coming, visit
B   tóuekanaa. to come frequently to, to visit frequently. 
O   touekana. to come back often to ..., to make frequent visits, trips to ... 
B   tuóa. to visit in order to know about. 
B   uaákanaa. go to or visit a person for the purpose of giving him food repeatedly. 
O   uana. to swim towards, to tend towards, to go to visit
B   uéka. visit as a country
O   ueka. to go to ..., to visit a place. plural: go in crowds, invade a place, flock to. 
B   wáeribóno. to visit repeatedly and frequently, to take short steps
visited
O   runga. rungaki, rungarungaki: visited, frequented by crowd. 
visiting
O   kare-bata. to pass one's time visiting neighbours' houses. 
visits
O   rokomaon. intermittent visits, rare visits, irregular visits (not keeping dates). 
O   waeribono. (more used), multiplying one's visits, coming back at short intervals, faithful in coming often
vitality
O   angang. animation, vitality, ardour
O   rung. vitality, lively appearance, prosperous appearance. 
vivacious
O   buburamaiu. obstinate, forceful, vivacious, stubborn, etc. 
O   maiutakonoi. vivacious, intelligent, wide awake, quick. 
vivacity
O   nanoingainga. active mind, vivacity, activity, impatience. 
O   taebo. tataebo, taeboebo: intensity of ardour (fire or soul), vivacity
vivid
O   taebu. taebuebu, takaebuebu. used to denote vividness, eclat of whiteness. 
vivify
O   maiu. ka-maiua, kakamaiua: to give life, to keep in existence, to save, to vivify, to bring to, to bring back to health, to deliver
voice
O   aanibanaa. low voice or tone
B   b'ánaa. the voice, a word
O   bana3. voice, speech, words, recommendations
O   banaruru. banarurururu; tremulous voice, quivering, voice of person in paroxysm of anger. 
O   banataekeke. loud, shrill voice
O   banataketake. piercing voice, sharp, shrill voice. 
O   bekorara. bebekorara: roar or voice from the throat. 
B   íbengúngu. discussing in a low voice, as a group of persons. 
B   íbengungu. low sound of voices in quiet discussion carried on nearby. 
B   ibengúngua. talk over or discuss in a low voice as several people gathered together. 
B   kabángubángua. to make the voice sound nasal
B   kamaánene. to practice the rehearsal of a chant in a low voice
O   kebua. loss of voice, laryngitis
O   koe. e koe bana hoarse, loss of voice
B   mæningóngo. converse in a low voice
B   taekéke. high pitched and shrill as the voice
O   taekeke. to have shrill voice
O   tangiraraea. a shrill, piercing noise, ... voice
B   toóto. of little volume as the voice
O   wi-o. a voice which carries and can be heard <carry>. 
B   wírikiríkia. to utter with a very low voice, to mutter
void
B   akéa. nothing, not anything, space, void
volatilizer
O   matu. te bai ni kamatu: soporific, sleeping pill, volatilizer
volcano
B   warekeéno. a volcano
volume
O   baibati. kabaibati banami: increase the volume of voices. 
O   bubura. size, volume
B   toóto. of little volume as the voice
voluminous
O   bubura. voluminous, bulky, huge, big, thick
O   tabati1. enormous, excessively huge, too voluminous
voluntary
O   motinnano. a voluntary decision, personal, meditated, serious engagement. 
volute
O   newenewe. a shell fish, volute
vomit
B   íngata. strain greatly, as in severe coughing or vomiting. 
B   kóukou. to retch [vomit]. 
B   múmuta. vomit
B   múmutaa. vomit up. 
O   mumuta. to vomit, to reject, to regurgitate
B   ntaróurou. liable or disposed to vomit, as a young infant
vomiting
O   kann ara. to cause vomiting, to nauseate
O   ntarourou. slight vomiting (of babies), having this vomiting. 
O   tarou. tarourake: mild vomiting of baby, upset stomach. 
voracious
O   bu ni kai. voracious, gluttonous, bolting (food). 
B   búanikaái. gluttonous, voracious
B   wikang/kang. having a voracious appetite
voracity
O   mangaungau. gluttony, voracity
O   ngangau. voracity, gluttony, a glutton
O   ngau1. gluttony, voracity
vote for
O   rine1. rinea, rinerinea: to choose, to elect, to vote for, to prefer. 
vow
B   b'au. a vow
O   bau1. vow
O   urutaeka. to break promise, ... word, to break vow, oath, to give the slip to ... 
voyage
O   borau. navigation, a sea voyage, a trip
B   mwéæka. food eaten near the close of a voyage, no longer held in reserve. 
O   nakonako. walk, stroll, displacement, voyage, movement, to publish, to make known ... 
O   neweaba. voyage, promenade, excursion, exploration, seeing countries, curiosities, sight seeing
B   riamæ/rawa. to voyage
voyager
O   borau. te tia borau: the navigator or the voyager
V shaped
O   wi ni bakoa. in form of shark's teeth <tooth>, pointed, V shaped edging
vulgar
O   kaburati. vulgar, impolite, disgusting, surly, crabbed
O   manrea. common, vulgar, out of date, old fashioned, grown old
O   nano n rang. low instincts or tastes, sordid desires, vulgar sentiments. 
vulnerable
O   ikoa1. kai ikoaki: easily wounded, vulnerable, sensitive
vulture
B   bæ/rotia. a vulture
vulva
O   kere. sexual organs (feminine), exterior. <vulva>. 
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