Languages

Kallahan, Keley-i

Fact corner

  • Language: Kallahan, Keley-i
  • Alternate names:: Antipolo Ifugao, Hanalulo, Keley-i, Keley-i Kalanguya, Keleyqiq Ifugao
  • SIL-code: Ethnologue:ify
  • Language family: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Philippine, Northern Luzon, Meso-Cordilleran,
    South-Central Cordilleran, Southern Cordilleran, West Southern Cordilleran, Nuclear Southern Cordilleran, Kallahan
  • Number of speakers: 8,000
  • Script:

Introduction

Kallahan, Keley-i is a language of Philippines. It is spoken in Luzon, Ifugao Province, Kiangan municipality, Aritao municipality. .

Dialects

Bayninan, Ya-Tuka.

The Kallahan, Keley-i Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitekalat, kalaton
to blowhapu:dan (hapud), hebquk
to burnlegab, pu:lan
to buygatangen, luma:qu
to chewmemma (moma), tapiq
to choosepili:yon (pi:li), piliq
to climbkalab, kuma:yat
to cookhaqeng, lewag, lumwag, munhaqqang
to countbilang, quyapon
to crynangih, tuma:qang
to cut, hackgedged, gogo:don (go:god)
to die, be deadnate (qate), netey
to digkuqkuq, munkaqqut
to dreamqenop, qinep
to drinkqinum, quminum
to eatmangan, qekan
to fallmagah (qogah), qegah
to feartakut, tuma:qot
to flytayyab, tuma:yap
to heardengel, donglon (dongol)
to hideqipaqqe, taluq
to holdqognan (qodon), tenget
to huntdeweng, manganup (qanup)
to killpatey, patoy
to know, be knowledgeableqamtaq, qinnil:on (qinni:la)
to laughkumiki, ngiqngiq
to plantqitanum, tanem
to pound, beatbayuq, mumba:yu
to sayhapit, qayyon (qali)
to scratchgatel, guguwan, guqguq, ngumatol
to seeqangqang, tigon (ti:go)
to sewkugut, munqu:gut
to sitqumbun (qubun), yudung
to sleepmaloq (qolog), qugip
to sniff, smellhemmuyen (hamuy), hunghu:ngon
to spitlupdaq, tumukpa
to squeezepihpih, poleghon (polegoh)
to stab, pierceqibawoq, tewik
to standqehneng, tumaqdog
to stealmanga:ko (qa:ko), takew
to suckhuhu:pon (hu:hup), huphup
to swimkaykay, munqagga:qe
to throwbekah, qiqna (qona)
to tie up, fastenbayyaqu:don (bayya:qud), qiket
to turnligguh, munlewong
to walkdumallan, mandaladalan
to vomitqu:ta, qutaq
to workmunta:mu, ngunuq
to yawn

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