kie2 hole of ‹› dug in the ground / grave of ‹s.o.›, sepulture

Part of Speech noun, relational
Phonetic Form kie
    • hole of ‹› dug in the ground
      • Example 1136:
        Li-ae kie tepapa i-dadai awoiu ponu, li-iu tepapa ene.
        They dug holes for the dancing boards all around (the village area), and then they buried the boards in them.
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    • grave of ‹s.o.›, sepulture
    • Sense Comment esp
      • Example 621:
        Nga mwaliko i-bu, le-iu ebele ini i-wene ne kie ini.
        When somebody dies, their body is buried in a grave.
      • Example 1137:
        kie Laperus
        the sepulture of Lapérouse

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