The English term "next to, beside" matches the Tokpisin term "arere"

other english words that include "next" : tokpisin :
next (after) bihain
other english words that include "to" : tokpisin :
accelerator akselareta
ancestors tumbuna
bottom ananit
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
buttock as
button baten
call out to singaut long
carburetor kabureta
carton katen
castor oil kaswel
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
change money (from notes to coins) senisim
change money (from one currency to another) tanim mani
chips (Potato) sips
circulatory system rot bilong blut
cockatoo koki
cotton katen
cotton-wool kapuk, koten
courting ceremony involving rubbing faces together turnim het
custom (way) pasin
customs (n) kastam
day after tomorrow haptumora
doctor dokta
elevator lipt
get into a PMV kalap long PMV
glutton man bilong kaikai
go to school go long skul
harvest (sweet potato) kamautim (kaukau)
home town, my asples bilong mi
ice chest, refrigerator bokis ais
in order to bilong
kina (monetary unit 100 toea) kina
know how to (do something) save mekim/wokim
leftovers hap kaikai bilong asde
lie to giamanim
make love to holim skin
medical assistant, doctor dokta
mosquito natnat, moskito
mosquito net taunam
motor-bike motobaik
mutton, lamb sipsip
October Oktoba
on top of antap long
outboard motor autbotmota
peeping Tom lukstilman, man bilong luklukstil
photo foto, poto, piksa
photograph (n) poto
potato poteto, patete
potato, sweet potato kaukau
potato, wild sweet potato kumu
practice of making totemic figures (also called malangans) to honor the dead malangan, malagan
radiator redieita
refrigerator bokis ais
settle stomach strongim bel
stockings sokin
stomach band, belt paspas bilong bel
stone ston
stop dai (indai)i stop, stopim
store stua, stoa
storekeeper stuakipa
storey (floor) plo
story stori
stove stov
sweet potato kaukau
take to court kotim
tell lies to, fool giamanim
to long
to be called or named ol i kolim
to have a rest kisim win, wiken, malolo
toast tos; tostim (bret)
tobacco brus, tabak, stik tabak, tobako
today tede, tude
toe pinga bilong fut/lek
toea (monetary unit 1/100 Kina) toea
together wantaim
toilet smol haus, liklik haus, haus pekpek, toilet
toilet (men) haus pekpek man
toilet (women) haus pekpek meri
toilet paper pepa pekpek
toilet soap sop i gat smel
tomahawk tamiok
tomato sauce retsos, retpela sos
tomatoe(s) tomato
tomorrow tumora
tongue tang
tonight tunait
too tumas, tu
tooth tit
toothache tit i pen
toothbrush bros bilong tit
toothpaste sop bilong tit
torch, headlamps sutlam
totem, clan pisin
touch pilim
tourist turis, kam man
towel taul
tower taua
town taun
town hall kaunsel haus
tradition of ancestors tok bilong ol tumbuna
trip, tour wokabaut
unable to no inap
up to, until inap long
vague, be tok karamapim tok
other english words that include "beside" : tokpisin :
beside arere long
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