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Misima-Panaeati

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Introduction

Misima-Panaeati is a language of Papua New Guinea. It is spoken in Milne Bay Province, Misima district, Misima island, Panaieti, and Calvados chain islands. 32 villages. .

Dialects

Nasikwabw (Tokunu), Tewatewa. Lexical similarity: 33% with Nimowa (See: Nimoa) and Dobu (See: Dobu) (most similar).

The Misima-Panaeati Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitei|tal
to blowi|tawa
to breathei|ana
to burni|ton
to chewi|ol
to climbi|ha
to comei|nenem
to cooki|liga
to counti|vasili
to cryi|kahikahin
to cut, hacki|gela
to die, be deadi|aliga
to digi|gial
to dreami|kenonou
to drinki|min
to eati|anan
to falli|sogu
to feari|lovakun
to flyi|veva
to growi|siun
to heari|hago
to hidei|sume
to hiti|lol
to holdi|pihikan
to hunti|auka
to killi|lol
to know, be knowledgeablei|ate|na
to laughi|nival
to live, be alivei|molu
to open, uncoveri|pwela
to planti|luan
to sayi|baba
to scratchi|kolkol
to seei|gagayawa
to sewi|helhel
to shooti|hoa
to siti|misio
to sleepi|kenukenu
to sniff, smelli|hago
to spitkuluvi
to spliti|taga|leli
to squeezei|pi
to stab, piercei|gove
to standi|talmil
to steali|kaoma
to sucki|mim
to swelli|lolon
to swimi|highig
to throwi|alihin
to tie up, fasteni|am
to walki|nawa
to vomiti|mamanovi
to worki|tualali
to yawni|mwau

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