Languages

Kahua

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Introduction

Kahua is a language of Solomon Islands. It is spoken in South Makira island. .

The Kahua Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteɣara
to blowroɣa, uhia
to breathemanawa, manavasɒ
to burnsu, suŋia, tete, teteɣi
to comera me, rœ me
to counttoma, totna
to cryaŋi, eŋi
to cut, hackfara, hara, rete, tabia, tapi, woro
to die, be deadmae, me
to digopa, taba, tapa
to drinktono
to eatŋœ
to fallwota
to fearmaɣu
to flowɣoɣo, mwaɣanu
to flyɣafa, ɣaha, raŋɔ, raŋo
to hearroŋo
to hitnafu, rupukia, tahuru
to holdferesia, roia, tœa
to huntfaɣawasi, haɣavasi, haɣawasi
to killnafu, nahu
to know, be knowledgeableɣirara
to laughmamana, ru
to lie downtɒ, tɒtɒ, tœ
to live, be alivemæri, mœri, tafitafi, tahi, tahiŋa, tefiŋa-na
to sayvisia, wisia, wīsia
to scratchɣaro, ɣarosia
to seebɔsia, bosia, bwore, ono
to sewte, tea
to sitkoa, oɣa
to sleepmauru, meru, mweru
to sniff, smellsiɣini, siɣinia
to spitmusu
to spliteasita, sitaria, waɣaria
to squeezebinoa, rosia, rumuɣia
to stab, pierceahura, rupu, rupuɣia
to standura, œra
to stealfanaɣo, hanaɣo
to sucknuɣu, nuɣua
to swellakerafa, bwote, mamanu
to swimarasi, mamanu, tnāmānu
to thinktako, takosia
to tie up, fastenraku, rakua
to turnaforo, ahoro
to walkakœ, ara, hane, hatare, rɔ, rɔ̄, taɣere, taworaoha, vato, wato, watu
to vomitmomoa
to worktaɣara
to yawn

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