And when you grow up, go out on every sea and find him, noni.
You will be hanged, noni, you will be hanged, and I will dangle by your side.
Mariet steps aside a little distance, where little noni is sleeping.
I nursed you, noni, when your father brought you on board ship.
The night was as black as this night, but you made day of it, noni.
You even shouted, noni, and you forced me to shout with you.
I used to be your nurse, noni; but you have lost your reason—that's true.
For little noni, for him—for little noni who is boarding the ship to-night.
Ah, noni, it is all so touching that I can't bear to recall it.
noni (no-ni)--a dye-plant (Morinda citrifolia) whose fruit was sometimes eaten.