Languages

Aiton

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Introduction

Aiton is a language of India. It is spoken in Assam, Jorhat and Karbi Anglong districts, Doboroni, Banlung, Ahomoni, Balipathar, Kaliyani, Chakihula, Tengani, and Barhula villages. .

Dialects

Similar to Phake (See: Phake). Related to Shan [phkshn] of Myanmar.

The Aiton Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteka:p3, kat1
to blowpau1
to breatheha:2
to burnmai3
to buysɯ3
to chewʒam3
to chooseca:u2, lɯk3
to climbkhɯn3
to comema:2
to cookhuŋ1, tum3
to counta:n1
to cryhai3
to cut, hacktɛp1
to die, be deadkhɔi3, ta:i2
to digkhut1, kun1, phak3
to eatdʒin2, kin2
to falltuk1
to fearku:2, lap1, ŋɛu1
to flowlai1
to flybin2, min2, pɛu2
to growpuk1
to hearñin2, ŋin2
to hidela:p3
to hitthuk1, tuk4
to holdkɔp3, tɯ2, um3
to huntmuk3 sɯ2, tau1
to killkha:3
to know, be knowledgeableca:ŋ2
to laughkhu:1
to lie downtɯn2 lɯn2
to live, be aliveu:1
to open, uncovera:3, put1
to plantñip1, puk1
to pound, beattam2
to saywa:2
to scratchtɯn1, wak3
to seedu:2, han1, nu:2
to sewʒap3
to shootʒɯ2
to sitnaŋ2
to sleepnɔn2
to sniff, smelldum2, num2
to spittau3
to splitpha:1
to squeezemɛp1
to stab, piercesap1, tɛŋ2
to standcan2/3, cuk1, luk3
to steallak3
to swellkaɯ2
to swimlɔi2
to thinkŋap5
to throwthim3, wɛŋ1, wit3
to tie up, fastenhat3, phuk1
to turnkha:i1, wa:i1, win1
to walkpai2, pha:i3
to vomitha:k3
to yawnha:u1 ha:i2
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