kaikai

1. food, meat

  • givim kaikai long to feed
  • Gutpela kaikai i stap long ples.
    There is good food in the village.
  • Man i go long maket bilong baim kaikai.
    A man is going to the market to buy food.
  • kaikai bihain, switkaikai dessert
  • kaikai long belo, kaikai long apinun dinner
  • karim kaikai to bear fruit
  • man bilong kaikai a bis eater
  • taim bilong kaikai mealtime
  • haus kaikai mess, dining room
  • switpela kaikai dessert

2. to eat, to chew, to feed on

  • gutpela long kaikai edible
  • kaikai olsem rat gnaw
  • Mi kaikai pinis.
    I have eaten.
  • Ol Hailans manmeri i laik kaikai buai.
    Highlands people like to chew betelnut.
  • Ol pik i laik kaikai kaukau.
    Pigs like to eat kaukau.
  • save kaikai man cannibal
  • tambuim kaikai to fast

3. kaikai maus to kiss

4. kaikai lek oh damn!

See also: Traditional Foods and Cooking in Papua New Guinea

kain

kind, sort, type of; kind of (repeated for emphasis)

  • dispela kain samting this sort of thing
  • ol kain all kinds
  • Stua i gat ol kain samting.
    The store has all kinds of things.
  • ol kain liklik bisnis the kind of small business
  • Mi laikim dispela kain laplap.
    I like this piece of cloth.
  • putim kain kain to sort out
  • No ken mekim kain tok olsem.
    Don’t say those kind of things.
  • kain olsem like, same kind.