nuduko glasses, spectacles / spyglass / mirror

Part of Speech noun
Phonetic Form nuⁿduko
Variant Form(s) duduko
    • glasses, spectacles
      • Artf
    • spyglass
      • Example 1889:
        Li-romo ñe duduko we damala pe Franis.
        They were watching using the spyglass of the foreigners from France.
        Example Comment
        in times of Lapérouse
    • mirror
      • Example 1675:
        Noma, nuduko, ero pe i-wene ne moboe voko ne noma.
        In the past, our mirrors were just water puddles in a stone hole on the reef.

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  • See also:
    • enaka ‘my’: 1sg form of possessive classifier for Food, Tools and Customary practices / classifier for items eaten, or meant to be eaten, by the possessor; incl. items to be chewed / classifier for items drunk, or meant to be drunk, by the possessor / classifier for objects related to food acquisition and preparation / general classifier for containers, instruments and tools / classifier for certain customary practices / classifier for language (piene) / classifier for some modern items / erotic delicacy; beloved, darling
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