The English term "covet, be jealous of" matches the Tokpisin term "mangalim"

other english words that include "be" : tokpisin :
ambiguous (be) karamapim tok
angry with, be krosim
arrow or spear, barbed supia I gat huk
barbecue kukim long paia
barbecue sauce blakpela sos
be better than winim
be in a place stap
beach nambis
beads bis
beans bin, ol bin
beard gras usket, mausgras
beat, beat up paitim
beaten dark cloth tapa
beautiful nais
because bilong wanem, long wanem, bikos
because of long
become kamap
bed bet
bedroom rum slip
beef bulmakau, kau, abus bulmakau
beer bia
before bipo
before (time) bipo long taim
begin kirapim
behave oneself stap isi , stap gut
behaviour, manner pasin
behind bihain long
believe bilip, bilipim
bell belo
belly bel
belt let, paspas bilong bel
bend (something) krungutim
beside arere long
best nambawan
betel pepper daka
betelnut buai , bilinat, bitolnat
better mobeta
boiling, be boil
bulb, light globe kiau
bullybeef skweamit, pokona
bunch of tanket leaves stuck into a belt to cover a man's backside arse tanket
bunch of tanket leaves stuck into a belt to cover a man's backside (Highlands) arse gras
careful of, be lukaut long
church members Ekelesia
control, be in charge of bosim
corned beef solmit, mit
cucumber kukamba
day before yesterday hapasde
December Desemba
disobey sakim tok
fan belt let bilong karapela
fasten seatbelt pasim let
get someone up from bed kirapim
globe, bulb golo, lam
inner tube gumi
it would be better if mobeta sapos
label namba
late (behind time) later bihaintaim or taim i lus
leave behind larim
next to, beside arere
nomadic tribe from East New Britain province Mokolkols
November Novemba
number namba
October Oktoba
remember holim long tingting or no lusim tingting
ring the bell paitim belo
September Septemba
sleep, be asleep slip
stand up, be erect sanap
stomach band, belt paspas bilong bel
stringy silverbeet-like vegetable haibica
strip a bed brukim bet
to be called or named ol i kolim
tribe which inhabits East New Britain's Gazelle Peninsula Tolai
vague, be tok karamapim tok
valve stem on inner tube maus bilong gumi
wood (timber) diwai
other english words that include "of" : tokpisin :
agricultural officer didiman
all sorts of kainkain
because of long
Bird of Paradise kumul
bite off brukim/katim lo
branch of tree han bilong diwai
bunch of tanket leaves stuck into a belt to cover a man's backside arse tanket
bunch of tanket leaves stuck into a belt to cover a man's backside (Highlands) arse gras
calf of leg baksait bilong lek
captain (of a ship) kapten
careful of, be lukaut long
ceremony surrounding the giving away of goods to display one's wealth (Enga) tee
ceremony surrounding the giving away of goods to display one's wealth (Highlands) moga
coffee kopi
comb of chicken/rooster plaua bilong kakaruk
control, be in charge of bosim
cover, lid of something tuptup
crew of plane/ship boskru bilong balus/sip
crown of tree het bilong diwai
cup of tea kapti
day off de bilong malolo
dead of night biknait
denigrate, make fun of rabisim
fin of fish pul bilong pis
flat (of battery) kol pinis
foreleg (of pig)) han (bilong pik)
front of, in ai bilong
fur (of dog) gras bilong dok
get rid of, throw away rausim, autim
ghost (of dead person) dewel bilong man i dai
government officer kiap
heal (of sore) drai
hind leg (of Pig) lek (bilong pik)
House of Parliament Haus Palamen
in the middle of namel long
indigenous people of the Port Moresby area; language spoken by these people; one of the three nation motu
inside of insait long
instead of long halivim
loaf of bread bret
longest of all longpela long olgeta
nape of neck baksait bilong nek
nut (of bolt) nat
offer mekim ofa
office opis, ofis
officer ofisa
on top of antap long
out of breath sotwin
palm of hand insait long han
pay out, get rid of tromoim
persistent offender man i go i kam long kot
person of same (age, social) group wanlain
person of same religion wanlotu
piece of bread hap bret
piece of scone hap skon
post office pos opis, posopis, haus pos
practice of making totemic figures (also called malangans) to honor the dead malangan, malagan
ring of trading islands in Milne Bay province Kula Ring
rolls of shell money strung on lengths of cane loloi
seat of government asples bilong gavman
sharp (of time), exactly stret
soft malmalum
softdrink loliwara
sole of foot ananit bilong lek
take off (plane) kirap
ticket-office tiket ofis
tradition of ancestors tok bilong ol tumbuna
various kinds of kainkain
wrong, offend rongim
year (of age) krismas
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