Languages

Bwaidoka

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Introduction

Bwaidoka is a language of Papua New Guinea. It is spoken in Milne Bay Province, south tip of Goodenough island; Bolubolu district, west Fergusson island. .

Dialects

Bebebele Ii, Belebele I, Bwaidoga, Faiyava, Kalauna, Kilia, Kiliva, Lauwela, Mataitai, Wagifa. Lexical similarity: 72% with Iduna (See: Iduna?) (most similar).

The Bwaidoka Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteyovana
to blowyuve
to breatheyawa(i)
to burntuina
to chewkava, kuda
to choosenuadadana, venuvenuana
to climbtafikwaioia
to comeelai
to cookvetagova
to crytagia
to cut, hacktala|na
to die, be deadalika
to digbwalu
to dreamavaita
to drinkyuga
to eatkani
to fallmavuna, taulina
to fearmatauta
to flyyavega
to hearnogalina
to hidevelusowavuyena
to hittafina
to holdabina
to killmunu|na
to know, be knowledgeablealamanena
to laughvele
to lie downeno-bala
to open, uncoveryavuna
to plantfa
to sayvona
to scratchkoi, kwoina
to seeita
to sit(ve)toga
to sleepdaudau
to sniff, smellauna
to spitgiwala
to splittalakekei
to squeezevoilina
to stab, pierceesabakalina, etofolena
to standmididi
to stealki-
to sucktauma
to swellfugana
to swimkaio
to throwatu, bwaiabwaiana, nata
to tie up, fastenutagona
to turnvila
to walknaudadana, tauya
to vomityovala
to workbakula
to yawn

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