fa'yi'os
Deify.
fa'ñague
Haunt; frighten; scare; threaten; menace.
fa'ñaki
To theive; to rob.
fache'
Mud; dirt; loam; mire; slime; bog; excess of liquick in a mixture; puddle.
facho'cho'
Work; toil; be industrious; be busily employed (imperative form).
fachåda
Front; facade.
fadang
Type of plant--family cycadaceae. Cycad; federico palm.
fafa'baba
Swindler; rogue; deceiver; cheater; crook; trickery; cunning; faker; deceitfulnes.
fafa'boresi
Obliging; pleasing; agreeable.
fafa'et
Type of fish--lutjanus gibbus (family lutjanidae). Snappers.
fafa'nu'i
Retriever.
fafa'nå'gue
Teacher; educator; one who teaches; one who can teach.
fafa'pos
Transitory; fleeting.
fafa'tinas
Maker; cooker; creator; inventor.
fafa'ñagui
One who scares; poltergeist; spook.
fafacho'cho'
Worker; one who can work.
fafahan
Buyer.
fafakmåta
Light sleeper; one who can wake up easily.
fafalot
Lantern bearer.
fafalågu
Runner; one who or that which runs.
fafamfok
Weaver--of baskets or mats; one who crochets.
fafanaitai
Reader; literate person; one who or that which can read; one who can recite a prayer.
fafatkilu
Silent (person); quiet; peaceful; not talkative.
fafatna
The core of a boil.
fafatpai
Pleasing; agreeable; obliging.
fafatta
Absent; not present.
fafatta
Absent minded; not all there.
fafayi
Strongest part. Usually used with possessive suffix.
fafañågu
Bearing young--capable of.
faga
Slightly sloping roof of house, which is poor for water runoff. Oppositee of koriente.
fagahot
An understanding person; one who comprehends things well.
faggas
Punch hit; smash; to hit by throwing something; destroy.
fago'
Type of plant--ochrosia oppositifolia. Type of tree.
fagot
Leader (wire for fishing line).
fagot
Leaf of åkgak (pandanus) tree used for weaving mats and thatching roofs.
fagu
Leader--for fishing line.
Faguålo'
October.
fahatek
Prohibited.
fai'a
Type of plant--tristiropsis obtusangula. Type of tree.
faichanak
Despise; disdain.

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