Languages

Magori

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Introduction

Magori is a language of Papua New Guinea. It is spoken in Central Province, Table bay east end, Bailebo-Tavenei river lower reaches. .

Dialects

Most similar to Suau (See: Suau). Vocabulary heavily influenced by Mailu (See: Mailu).

The Magori Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteapu
to bloweama, vuvuri
to breathenena
to burngabu
to buyvoi
to chewtoboi
to climbdara
to comeyame
to cookdari
to countvavo
to crygaema
to cut, hackreia
to die, be deadbao
to digravi
to dreamnivi
to drinkunu
to eatani
to fallbiu
to fear[e]veau
to flyrevo
to heartogoi
to hitbati
to holdabitari
to hunttagigi
to killabi[bao], gori
to know, be knowledgeabletogoi
to laughgiriva
to lie downbui
to live, be alivemauri
to open, uncoverevivara
to sayteia
to scratchgagaro
to seeonoi
to sewturi
to shootbiti
to sittanuyau|o
to sleepbui
to sniff, smellkinoni
to spitukua
to splitoita
to squeezemaru
to stab, piercegori
to standdori, vaida
to stealbora [bora]
to suckmoti
to swellboboga
to swimroro
to thinktuna tuna
to throwdogoi
to tie up, fastenausi
to walk[yao], yaw
to vomitgobi
to workpaisoa
to yawn

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