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Bannoni

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Introduction

Bannoni is a language of Papua New Guinea. It is spoken in Bougainville Province, southwest Bougainville, Empress Augusta Bay coast, between Aruma and Puriata rivers. .

The Bannoni Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitekanata
to blowpuughuu
to breathevasa
to burn[va]bu, vanaŋi
to buybunava
to come-ma, tai-ma
to cookkeekaru
to countsee
to crytanisi
to cut, hackkabaka, vitoo
to die, be deadmate
to digtsugea
to dreamtatara
to drinkkuu
to eatbebau, tam
to fallbutsu, dzoŋo, geku
to fearvere
to flowgu, sanini
to flyburunu
to hearnoŋono
to hidevape
to hitbuno, tagunu, tsunu
to holdragomo
to huntvakavino
to killtsuna, vamate, venua
to know, be knowledgeablekuki, vonogu
to laughvagiri
to live, be alivesabiri
to open, uncoverghasi, puke
to plantreba
to pound, beattsuu
to saydara, va
to scratchghe|ghano
to seereghe
to sewkeekabe
to shootkum
to sitgonna
to sleepmatsure, tsereghe
to sniff, smellghau
to spit[tsi]nomi, kamisu
to splitputake
to squeezetogonopisu
to stab, pierceparaka, tapoo, tsu
to standpito, tsighom
to stealdzaŋa
to suckmutsi
to swellboko, paŋu[ru]
to swimsuu
to thinkvarekana
to throwvigi
to tie up, fastenpatsuna
to turnberuu, vegom
to walkvanavido
to vomittoruu
to worktoghono, vagotsi, vaka
to yawnmogava, moghava

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