kåpua
Type of plant--polyscias fruticosa. A type of flower.
kåpuchinu
Capuchin; Fransiscan friar.
kapuråt
Foreman; boss.
kåputi
One fails to win a point in res siete (card game).
kåputon
Raincoat; slicker; poncho.
kåpuyo'
Bud (of plant); flower bud.
kåra
Face.
kåra'
adjective. broke; bankrupt; destitute. (Saipan)
kåra'
noun. bullet shell; shell casing. (Saipan)
kårabao
Water buffalo; carabao.
kåråhu
Mild expletive; heck; baloney; phooey.
kårai
Turtle shell; stiff plastic; plexiglass.
kårakot
Type of shell--genus cyprea.
kåramanset
Euphemism for kåråhu.
kåråmba
Gosh, golly, etc.
kåråmbot
Darn it; heck (interjection).
kårånchot
Darn it; heck (interjection).
kåråte'
Karate; Japanese fighting style.
kårera
noun. race; a contest of speed as in running, walking, rowing, etc.
 
kårera
noun. journey; voyage; trip; travel.
kåreta
noun. vehicle; car; automobile; bull cart.
kåretåda
Cartload.
kåretan chichechek
Legendary vehicle that makes a squeaking noise. Is said to go out at night , and is considered haunted. Is often referred to in stories of the taotaomo'na. Is also responsible for the cracks and fissures on the flat rocks by the seashore.
kåretatibu
Industrious; active.
kåretiya
noun. 1) wheelbarrow 2) shopping cart 3) spool
kåretiyan hilu
Spool of thread.
kåreton
Wagon
kåridåt
Charity; alms.
kårisu
Type of plant -- phragmites karka, or the reed plant . Bamboo -- swamp type.
kårit
Rut; track of wheel; groove.
kåritatibu
Charitable.
kåriteru
Rascal; rogue; one who drives a kareta. Also kåritera (f).
kåritet
Spool of thread--large.
kåriñosu
Affectionate; loving (male). Also kåriñosa (f).
kåriñu
Caress; petting; fondness; affection; tenderness.
kårí
noun. curry (culinary)
kas
Cash.
kåsa
Cock (firearm); cover a bet.
kåsadules
Chaser (in hunting); one who chaes the animal to an open area to be shot by the hunter--usually a dog.
kåsamiento
noun. marriage; married; wedding.

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