Languages

Hakö

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Introduction

Hakö is a language of Papua New Guinea. It is spoken in Bougainville Province, North Bougainville district, northeast Buka island. .

Dialects

Lontes.

The Hakö Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitee kamu
to breathehosa
to burnkulupu, ngotona
to chewkola
to comelanama
to cooka kio ra ku, e huhuna, ha-gololo
to counte- esena
to crye ngalana
to cut, hackpupuna
to die, be deadmete
to diglebaleba
to dreammehe
to drinke wana
to eate nanina
to feare- matutuna
to flye tapa
to growelebena
to heare longolona
to hithe a tung
to holdpilena
to huntheŏ
to killyatung
to know, be knowledgeablee ati
to laughe- golona
to lie downe-nopuna
to live, be alivea-pum a to toa
to plantle ba
to saye ranga
to scratche- takirahan, golo
to seee tarana
to sewtul
to shoothana-hana
to site tapa-ha
to sleepe sohona, e-sohona
to sniff, smelle- sokana
to spitkinahus
to splittu ka ta
to squeezepots
to stab, piercehi puli
to stande tsitsingocha
to stealkop
to sucke- to pona
to swelle- pukuna
to swimnepe
to throwtiti palao
to tie up, fastene- longoton̄a, longoto
to turnhola-habiritsina
to walkelala
to vomite- lŏana
to worke- kutina
to yawnmamahana

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