Languages

Gula’alaa

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Introduction

Gula’alaa is a language of Solomon Islands. It is spoken in East side of Kwara’ae, Kwai and Ngongosila islands, Malaita. .

Dialects

May be intelligible of Lau (See: Lau) or Kwara’ae (See: Kwara’ae?). Lexical similarity: 85% with Lau (See: Lau) and Kwara’ae (See: Kwara’ae?).

The Gula’alaa Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteʔalea
to blowufū
to breathemaŋo
to burnagofia
to comeleka mai
to counttomai
to cryaŋi
to cut, hackniaʔa, tofua
to die, be deadmae
to digʔelia
to drinkgou
to eatfana
to fallesia
to fearmou
to flowafe
to flylofo, sisimi
to hearroŋo
to hitrabusia
to holddau
to huntnanisia
to killkwaia
to know, be knowledgeablesuana
to laughwaela
to lie downteo
to live, be alivemano, mouri
to sayfusia
to scratchgamea
to seeada
to sewnomulia
to sitgouru
to sleepmaleo
to sniff, smellmɔkɔ
to spitŋisū
to splitkaria
to squeezelosia
to stab, piercelabua
to standtake
to stealbelia
to suckloto
to swellubu
to swimaraŋa, siu
to thinkmanata
to tie up, fastenfiria
to turnabulo
to walkfali, leka, leka toli, lekailaŋi
to vomitmomoa
to workrao
to yawn

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