Languages

Niue

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Introduction

Niue is a language of Niue. It is spoken in Also in New Zealand, Tonga, United States. .

Dialects

Similar to Tongan (See: Tongan).

The Niue Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteeti, ka/kati/
to blowa/angi/, angi, havili, ifi, puhi
to breathefaka/manava/
to burntafu, tungi
to buytaui
to chewgau
to choosefifili
to comeaua/a
to cooktao
to counttotou
to crytagi
to cut, hackhele, iihi, kokoti, talai
to die, be deadmate
to digkeli
to dreammiti
to drinkinu
to eatkai
to fallmokulu
to fearmataku/taku
to flowtafe
to flylele
to growtupu
to hearfaanoŋo/noŋo
to hithaha, paa, poki, taa, tuki
to holdhapo, kuku
to killtaa
to know, be knowledgeableilo, iloa
to laughkata
to lie downtakoto
to live, be aliveola, ola/ola
to open, uncoverafangi
to planttoo
to pound, beattuki
to sayke pehe
to scratchalati, laku, v/aku/aku
to seemata
to sewtui
to shootfana/fiti
to sitnofo
to sleepmohe
to sniff, smellhoŋi
to spitanu
to splitmatofi/ua
to squeezefo/fota/, lomi, tatau
to stab, piercehoka, huki
to standtuu
to stealkaihaa
to suckmiti
to swellfu/fula/
to swimkakau, kau/kau, kou/kou
to thinkmahala, manatu
to throwvelo
to tie up, fastenfa(fa)u, fa/fau/, liilii, lilii
to turnfuli
to walkhaele
to vomitlua, puhaki
to workgahua, galue
to yawnfaka/mama/nga, mamao

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