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Tok PisinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English on top.

AdjectiveEdit

antap

  1. high
    • Ol i stap namel long 300-700 m antap long solwara.
      They range from 300-700 m above sea level.
      Reite Plants, p. xiii
    • Narapela em tundung kondong; em tokples bilong ol N'dau, long bus antap.
      The other [bowl] is tundung kondong in the local language of N'dau, in the high forest.
      The other kind of bowl came to us from the south, from higher in the Finisterre Mountain Ranges, where people speak the N'dau language.
      Reite Plants, p. 21
  2. more
    • James i bin stap wantaim ol man long Reite na Sarangama ples antap long tupela yia
      James has lived for more than two years in Reite village
      Reite Plants, p. x

AdverbEdit

antap

  1. on top
  2. up
    • 1989, Buk Baibel long Tok Pisin, Bible Society of Papua New Guinea, Genesis 1:2 (translation here):
      Tudak i karamapim bikpela wara na spirit bilong God i go i kam antap long en.
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