The English term "raining, it is" matches the Tokpisin term "ren i kamdaun or pundaun"

other english words that include "it" : tokpisin :
acquitted winim kot
air conditioner win masin
angry with, be krosim
armpit sangana
biscuit bisket
bite kaikaim
bite off brukim/katim lo
bitter, strong em i pait
breadfruit kapiak
case, suitcases kes, sutkes, bokis
cassowary (New Britain); see also Muruk benetii
city biktaun
competition resis
converse with toktok wantaim
cooking pit, ground oven mumu
courting ceremony involving crossing legs with a partner; literally 'carry leg' (Highlands) karim leg
cut grass with sarip saripim
dry biscuit draibisket
either/or ating
electricity elektrik, elektrisiti, pawa
excite sikrapim bel bilong
exhibition so
exit (n) dua i go ausait
female genitals bokis, kan, sem bilong meri
fruit pikinini bilong diwai; prut
genitals bokis, kan, sem (bilong meri) ; bol, kok (bilong man)
great! fantastic!; literally 'him now!' em nau!
have sexual intercourse with a woman hevim seks, wantaim meri, pilai wantaim meri, sutim meri, goapim meri, paulim meri
hit paitim
hospital haus sik
hostility pasin binua
humility daunpasin
hypocrite tubel, tumaus, man i gat tupela maus
illegitimate child pikinini bilong rot
imitate bihainim
isn't it? laka?
it em
it would be better if mobeta sapos
kina (monetary unit 100 toea) kina
kitchen haus kuk, hauskuk, kisen
litre lita
little liklik
means, (it) i min
mosquito natnat, moskito
mosquito net taunam
nomadic tribe from East New Britain province Mokolkols
opposite arasait
other side, opposite side arasait
pandanus fruit marita
permit (vb) larim
permit, license pemit
pity, mercy marimari
play guitar, piano pilaim gita, piano
politician politisen
prohibit tambuim
quantity hamas
quite (long) liklik
raise with block and tackle blokim
ritual costume representing a spirit dukduk
semitrailer semitrela
shoot at/with sut long
sit, sit down sindaun
skite, con man bulsitman
slitgong garamut
sore has pus in it sua i gat susu
spirit masalai
spirit house haus tambaran
spit, spittle spet
stubborn, conceited bikhet
suitcase paus
summit antap
sweet biscuit switbiskit
toea (monetary unit 1/100 Kina) toea
tradition of ancestors tok bilong ol tumbuna
tribe which inhabits East New Britain's Gazelle Peninsula Tolai
typewriter taipraita
unite bung wantaim
university yunivesiti, univesiti
utility hapka
visit go lukim
vomit traut
wait for wetim
wait in vain wet nating
waiter weta
wheel (with tyre on) wil , taia
white wait, waitpela
white adult male (term originated in colonial times) masta
white man, European waitman
with wantaim
write raitim
other english words that include "is" : tokpisin :
advertisement toksave
antiseptic marasin bilong kilim jem, marasin bilong klinim sua
bachelor house (Trobriand Islands) bukumatula
base, basis as
Bird of Paradise kumul
biscuit bisket
brothers and sisters bratasusa
called, is nem bilong . . . i
catch fish hukim pis
catfish mausgras
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
Christian kristen
Christmas krismas
compensation paid for a wrongdoing, but in reprisal more than revenge payback
crayfish kindam
decorated armlets made from cone shells used for trade in the Kula Ring islands mwala
dentist dentis, dokta bilong tit, dokta lukautim tit
disciple disaipel
disciples lain bilong Jisas
discover painimautim
dish dis
dish cloth hap laplap bilong wasim plet
dish up, serve food sutim kaikai
disobey sakim tok
dispute tok pait
district distrik
disturb the peace brukim sindaun
dry biscuit draibisket
English Inglis
establish kirapim
exist stap
fin of fish pul bilong pis
finish pinis, pinisim
fish pis
fish spear supsup
found, establish kirapim
garnish abus
his bilong em
hoist, lift up haisapim, apim, winsim
imprison kalabusim
is stap
island ailan
isn't it? laka?
kiss (vb) givim kis
listen harim
lock up, imprison kalabusim
magistrate majestret
make a clenched fist brukim han
Manam Island ailan Manam
medical assistant, doctor dokta
miserable tarangu
mission misin
missionary missinari, misinari
missionary misinare
mist sno
mistake i no stret
moon rises mun i kamap
noise nois
nuisance hambakman
pay admission peim dua
penis kok
perch, spiny fish nilpis
persistent offender man i go i kam long kot
poison poisen
polish polisim
practise traim
Prime Minister Prai Minista
prison kalabus
prisoner kalabusman
promise promisim
punish strafim
raise money kamapim mani
raise with block and tackle blokim
raise, increase apim (pe)
red shell necklace used for trade in the kula ring islands bagi
register (letter) rejistarim pas
ring of trading islands in Milne Bay province Kula Ring
rise go antap
rubbish pipia, rabis
rubbish tin tin pipia
sack, dismiss autim long wok
scissors sisis
Seventh Day Adventist seven de
shell as penis covering kam
side-dish abus
sister (kin) susa
sister (nurse, nun) sista
surprised kirap nogut
sweet biscuit switbiskit
television bokis wailis wantem piksa
there is i gat
this dispela, ya
tilapia (fish sp.) makao
tilapia fish (Sepik) makau
tinned fish tinpis
tourist turis, kam man
typist taipis
visit go lukim
wisdom savetingting
missing (as in not present) no gat
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