Languages

Hitu

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Introduction

Hitu is a language of Indonesia. It is spoken in Maluku Province, Wakal, Hitu, Mamala, Morela, and Hila villages. Northeast Ambon island, Piru Sea coast, Hitu peninsula. .

Dialects

Hila, Hitu, Mamala, Morela, Wakal. Lexical similarity: 67%–82% with Seit-Kaitetu (See: Seit-Kaitetu?), 74%–82% with Tulehu (See: Tulehu).

The Hitu Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteoro
to blowhuseʔ
to breathelihi napas
to burntunu
to buysahi
to chewmama
to choosepili
to climbsaʔa
to comelai
to cookpunau
to countrekeŋ
to crytatani
to cut, hackheta
to die, be deadmata
to dighaʔi
to dreammani
to drinkinu
to eata
to fallmanahu
to fearkele-
to flowkala
to flytihu
to growhoroʔe
to hearpahanene
to hidepahuni
to hithia
to holdtaʔi
to huntleʔe
to killpamate
to know, be knowledgeabletewa
to laughmalaʔa
to lie downloli
to live, be alivemahai
to open, uncoversiha
to planttani
to pound, beattutu
to saypatahia
to scratchaʔi
to seepalahe
to sewpasanai
to shoottunu
to sittolo
to sleeptele
to sniff, smellpahanisu
to spittahula
to splithaʔe
to squeezelati
to stab, piercesipa
to standele
to stealpalole
to suckmomo
to swellbaŋka
to swimnanu
to thinkpikir
to throwteri
to tie up, fastenheʔe
to turnikeʔ
to walkoi
to vomitmamuta
to worktaʔi
to yawnmahawa

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