Kan̄ūr in ej kōm̗m̗an jān libbukwe, jab eo jān kilin l̗o̗, kimej eo kōmatte jān juubub in ni eo, im kab mālwe. Kan̄ūr in kar kōjerbale n̄an dāpij in im nuknuk ko jān aer pur. Kan̄ūr jab in, rej erl̗o̗ki mālwe ko im karōki iturin doon. Innām rej pirōkrōki kōn jab eo im kimej eo. Kein loklok eo ilo m̗aan kan̄ūr in ej kōm̗m̗an jān kimej eo kab jab eo em̗ōj bujeki ippān doon bwe en wal̗o̗k kein loklok eo. Libbukwe ko rej kaddāpi l̗o̗k ijeko rej lali ke rōm̗m̗an n̄an karōki libbukwe ippān doon ie im kōm̗m̗an annan̄ ie.
This belt is made from cowrie shells, hibiscus bark, pandanus leaves, undyed coconut leaves, and coconut midrib. The belt was used in the past to keep clothing in place. For this belt, the midribs were laid out and then plaited together with hibiscus fiber and coconut leaves. The tie and attachment are coconut leaves and hibiscus fiber braided together. The cowrie shells are added as decoration at the desired spots and attached to the belt with the coconut leaves.