Languages

Buol

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Introduction

Buol is a language of Indonesia. It is spoken in Central Sulawesi Province, Paleleh, Bunobogu, Bokat, Momunu, Biau, and Baolan subdistricts, 68 villages. North coast, near Gorontalo Province border. .

Dialects

Lexical similarity: 61% with Totoli (See: Totoli).

The Buol Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitemoŋekel
to blowmoniup
to breathemoginaa
to burnmonutuŋ
to buymotali
to chewmomama, moŋindaan
to choosemomili
to climbmonaik
to comemolako=agi
to cookmokolutu
to countmorekeŋ
to crymotumaŋit
to cut, hackmoŋoloŋ
to die, be deadmaate
to digmoŋali
to dreammotoguinop
to drinkmoŋinum
to eatmoŋaan
to fallmodovu
to fearmougo
to flowmotumolog
to flymoumayug
to growmotumumul
to hearmokoduŋog
to hidemotombuni
to hitmomubog
to holdmoŋoŋgom
to huntmogubot
to killmomate
to know, be knowledgeablemototau
to laughmokiki
to lie downmopotibonat
to live, be alivemotumumul
to open, uncovermomuko
to plantmotugol
to pound, beatmoduduk
to saymoguman
to scratchmoŋakud
to seemokoondoŋ
to sewmonoum
to sitmopolitu
to sleepmopoloŋ
to sniff, smellmokobou
to spitmogibug
to splitmomutak
to squeezemomoog
to stab, piercemonobuk
to standmopotigul
to stealmotondako
to suckmomemet
to swimmonaŋi
to thinkmomikir
to throwmomaki
to tie up, fastenmogikot
to turnmomalelok
to walkmolako
to vomitmodudulu
to workmokareja
to yawnmoguab

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