of or relating to the SW Pacific island of Banaba
a native or inhabitant of Banaba
Historical Examples

“Let us go, for the daughter of Tadona has called upon us at Kiangan,” said banaban.
Ifugao Law R. F. Burton

Kai-ak halupe, kai-ak banaban, ta idet-na ta magibu ta maid di pangidoh-dohana.
Ifugao Law R. F. Burton


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