Languages

Kemak

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Introduction

Kemak is a language of Timor-Leste. It is spoken in North central Timor island border between East Timor and West Timor, mostly east. Also in Indonesia. .

Dialects

Kemak, Nogo (Nogo-Nogo). Most closely related to Mambae (See: Mambae) and Tukudede (See: Tukudede?).

The Kemak Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteat
to blowhuiri
to breathemɛrɛs hɔpar
to burnapi na
to comemai
to cookede sanu
to countgai, su:ra
to cut, hackta
to die, be deadmatɛ
to digdu:i
to drinkinu
to eata
to fallmanahu
to feartəmaʔut
to flowdɔ:dɔ
to flymuluhu
to hearrɛ:ga
to hitti:di
to holdsa:li
to huntmɔla rae
to killtaupɛ:pa
to know, be knowledgeableta:da
to laughgi:nala
to lie downbwɛ:kaka
to live, be alivemwasa
to sayha:bu
to scratchkurui
to seeɛtɔ
to sewsɔ:ra
to shootposi
to sitmudu
to sleepbɔɛ
to sniff, smellmɛʔu
to spitlɔtaʔabara
to splitpɔʔa
to squeezemeasa
to stab, pierceu:nu
to standa:ra
to suckmus
to swellbubu
to swimnagi
to thinkhanɔi
to throwtia:ra
to tie up, fastenhu:tu:
to turnsi:pɛ
to walksɔlɛʔ-rae
to vomitmuta
to worksirbian
to yawn

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