Languages

Butuanon

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Introduction

Butuanon is a language of Philippines. It is spoken in Mindanao, Agusan del Norte Province, Butuan city. .

Dialects

Lexical similarity: 70% with Kamayo (See: Kamayo?); 69% with Surigaonon (See: Surigaonon?).

The Butuanon Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteasngab, banga
to blowhoyop
to breathehungahok
to burnsunog
to buybili
to chewsupa
to choosepili
to climbdaag, saka
to comekansani
to cookmagloto
to countihap
to crymotyaho
to cut, hackhigbat, utod
to die, be deadpatay
to digkadkad, lukad
to dreammodamgo
to drinkmoinum
to eatmokaon
to fallmahuog
to fearmabuga
to flowagus agus, sug
to flymolupad
to growtubu
to hearmodungog
to hideloklok, tago
to hitdukdok, lapu
to holdkumkumon
to huntpanganop
to killmopatay
to know, be knowledgeablekasayud
to laughkatawa
to lie downhotlok
to live, be alivebuhi
to open, uncoverbokad, ukab
to plantmagtanom
to pound, beatbayo, lubok
to saylaong
to scratchgawot, kamas
to seemakita
to sewsursi, tahi
to shootmotiro
to sitmo-ingkod
to sleepmokatuug
to sniff, smellsimhot
to spitmolowa
to splitsipak
to squeezepiga, puga
to stab, piercedogso, dogyat
to standmo-tindog
to stealmangawat
to sucksupsop
to swellmohubag
to swimmolangoy
to thinkmaghonahona
to throwetsa, tangas
to tie up, fastenhikut
to turnbilik, liso
to walkmopanaw
to vomitsuka
to workhinang
to yawnhuy-ab

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