tronkon sosigi
Type of plant--acacia kauaiensis, acacia koaia.
tronu
Throne.
tropa
Troop; army.
troson lamlam
Thunderbolt; bolt of lightning.
trosu
Chunk; a short, thick fragment, as of wood, meat, metal, etc.; timber; section of cut wood; log; solid whole mass.
trosu
Type of food--pot roast.
trukos
Punch (in the face); sock (in the face); hit (in the face).
trumosu
Logging; to cut logs.
tu'åya
Towel; wash cloth. Also tuåya.
tu'o'
Drip; leak; trickle; fall in or form drops; spot with rain; pour drop by drop. (Rota) Also tuho'.
tuåya
Towel; wash cloth. Also tu'åya.
tuba
Bud of the coconut tree; juice which is tapped from bud of coconut tree which ferments very quickly.
tuba
Beverage from sap of coconut tree; coconut sap; toddy; notch put in a tree to ease climbing.
tuban chå'ka
Type of plant--corchorus aestuans. Wild jute.
tubatuba
Type of plant--jatropha curcas. Physic nut.
tubon ilektrik
Light bulb.
tubon pi'ao
Reed pipe; bamboo pipe.
tubu
Lamp globe; the glass part of a lantern which protects the flame from the wind; drain pipe; duct.
tucha
Puncture; pierce; to lead or start a prayer.
 
tucho'
To eat raw meat, or fleshy foods such as eggs; eat cooked food without any manners; eat savagely.
tuchou
Catch--a prey, as a cat catching a mouse. Also atuchuchu, tucho'.
tufai
Haggard; worn out; depressed by old age. (Rota)
tufok
Weave.
tufong
Count.
tufungon
Countable; can be counted. From tufong plus -on.
tugan
Break off; pick from tree.
tugap
verb. to burp; belch; eruct.
tuge'
Write; tabulate.
tugi'i
Write to (someone); write for (someone).
tugong
Rush; charge at.
tugot
Crush--with fingers, as to crush a flea or louse.
tugua'
Strike down; throw down; hit down; as in båtu (game).
tuhong
noun. hat; sombrero; cap.
tuhong tåppe
Helmet; hat.
tuhos
Have oo much fun; good time; have access; over-hoy; have available; have surplus; overindulge; overdo.
tuhu'
Drop; leak. Also tu'o'.
tuka
Start; commence; begin.
tukadot
Dressing table; boudoir.
tuktuk
Cluck--as when a hen calls for her chicks. Also tottok, totot.
tulaika
verb. exchange; trade; replace; substitute; change. noun. change, i.e. money returned to someone as the balance of the amount paid for something.

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