tika
Make coconut oil; to make oil from coconut by boiling grated coconut meat and filtering the oil.
tika
Coconut oil--before it has been separated.
tiket
Ticket; citation.
tilåpia
Kind of fish. Fresh water fish. Also tålåpia.
tilentines
Trinkets, such as shells, beads, sequins used for ornamenting hair or clothes. Also tirentines.
tilingten
Clink; ding; tinkle; jingle.
tilipas
Intestines; entrails.
tilipas
Hose; garden hose.
timon
Steer (with a rudder); guide (with a rudder). Rudder.
timoneru
noun. steerer; the guide; driver; helmsman (nautical).
tina
Barrel (small); keg.
tinacho'
Type of sickness, believed to be caused by being stared at while eating. (Rota)
tinaddong
Depth.
tinaga'
Cut--by heavy object.
tinaha
Crock; a container made of clay.
tinaha
Unit of measurement (bushel). 12 gåntas.
tinaichi
Eternity.
tinaifondo
Hell; abyss.
tinaitai
Tree--bent by wind and still attched to the land. Also lamasa.
 
tinaitai
Prayer; reading.
tinake'
adjective. tarnished; rusted; affected by rust.
tinaktak
Type of food--meat dish in which the meat is chopped into small pieces; the process of chopping or mincing meat.
tinane'
Busy; become busy; need to go to the toilet; occupied time; preoccupied.
tinanga
Craving; desire; longing.
tinangnga
Deafness.
tinanom
Plant; as in the garden.
tinaohan
Aggravate (wound or sore); inflamation. Also tinao'an.
tinasa
Pliers; tongs; pincers; tweezers; forceps.
tinatme
Contaminated.
tinayuyot
Prayer.
tinekcha'
Fruit (on a plant); puncture.
tinemba
Depression; low spirit.
tinemtom
Wisdom.
tingteng
Clink; ding; tinkle; jingle.
Tinian
Tinian, the island immediately south of Saipan in the Marianas district. Pronounced tini'an.
tinienta
Tempted.
tinifok
Webbing; woven or braided work.
tinilada
Ton. Also tonelada.
tinilaika
Alteration; mutation; variation.
tinina
Praise; blessing.

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