tapui1vwash ceremonially (to)E teʼ kikiu to tapui a torara peʼ.The workmen of the expatriate washed him ceremonially.2nblessing, ceremonial washingA tapui pe masineʼ to vih.The blessing of the priest was good.
tapuitvout of joint (to be)A ëko moneoʼ to tapuit.My knee is out of joint.
tarahvchop (to)Tarah o parank in a iuun peöʼ.Chop the plank for my house.
tarakeʼadvsloppilyE voe to tarakeʼ a taknin i na iuun peʼ.The man bambooed his house sloppily.
taraktaʼdial. var.tarakEnglishtraktantractorA taraktaʼ pe Heleʼsi to ës en.The tractor belonging to Heresi is burned.
taramndrumKeʼ soe, ‘O 100 taram oer va po voaʼ oliv.’Then he said, 100 drums of oil from olive fruit.'
tararanpiece of clothA tarara peöʼ to töhkoʼ rakah en.My piece of cloth indeed has holes.
tararaitnpencil, typerwriterO tararait peöʼ heh?Where is my pencil?
tarehvpale (to be)Siʼ koaʼ peöʼ to tareh.My little child is pale.
tareoʼncripple (a)E Matu Hameria a teʼ tareoʼ mon.Matthew Hameria is a person has a crippled foot.
tarihvbecome (to), change (to), overturn (to), turn (to)A motoka to vaveo vörep maʼ to pah tarih me en pa napan ke pah mëtmët vahik rakah ee.The car really ran and indeed overturned and the people surely indeed died completely.
tariuk1vman made (to be) ; responsible (to be) ; homemade (to be) Eöʼ to tariuk po mët peʼ.I am responsible for his death.2adjhandmade...me a tah nöʼnës va pa vesun nee to pokaʼ Refan e ne, eʼ a ma tah nöm to nok tariuk voh,...it is all the things which you(p) have made with your(p) hands (handmade),...
taruvfall down (to), lose weight (to), spill (to)Ahikta pah vös to onöt non a tok pa tonun a meh. Ahik. Eʼe se taru kunah kurus ee maʼ.Not one stone is able to stay on top of another stone. No. All of them will break and fall down completely.
taruhvdislocation the joints (to)A moneoʼ to taruh pa tëëm nemöm to kik nem.My leg dislocated when we kicked (ball).
taruinveveryone go (to)Napan to taruin ee pa vaköm kik.Everyone went to watch the game of soccer.
tarupusadvout of jointA koreneoʼ to tarupus.My hand is out of joint.
taruvisvscraped (to be)A moneoʼ to taruvis.My leg is scraped.
TasasBiblical SourceTarsusPrp.NTarsusKa manih pa iuun pe Jiutas, eën se hi këh a teʼ va Tasas a ëhnaneah e Söl.There in the house of Judas, you should ask for a man from Tarsus his name is Saul.
taseök1vdestroyed (to be), spoiled (to be)A nep pöʼ peoʼ to pah taseök en pa uhön.My edible green plants indeed got destroyed by the rain.2adjdestruction...o poen taseök pa vöön to öök vatët en....the destruction day of the village has arrived and is near.
tasivtorn (to be)O rara peoʼ to tasi.My cloth is torn.
tasun1vstart (to)E voe se tasun pa nöThe man will start to go.2nauthority, position...eöm to hikta teʼ me voh nem a tasun kikis,...you(p) did not have a firm authority,
tata1vblow (to continually)[blowing], see a vision (to)Eöʼ to tata e tamön to sun hah taneʼ maʼ kove.I had a vision my father got up again from the grave.2nvisionE voe to ep a tata koman a iuun peʼ.The man saw a vision in his house.
tataeahnanything, somethingEʼ to soe pan, “E semon Hëëroteas se keh iu non tataeah, eöʼ se heʼ eoʼ peʼ.”He said like this, "Should Herodias (my) daughter want anything I will give it to her."