Languages

Phake

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Introduction

Phake is a language of India. It is spoken in Assam, Dibrugarh district, Bor-phake, Nam-phake, Tipam-phake, Man-long, Man-po-mung, Pha-neng, Ning-gam, Nong-lai, and Mung-lang villages along Dihing river; Arunachal Pradesh. .

Dialects

Similar to Aiton (See: Aiton). Similar to Shan (See: Shan) of Myanmar.

The Phake Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteka:p1, kat1
to blowphiu1, phu:1
to breatheha:1
to burnmai3
to buysü:4
to chewyɛm4
to chooselək4
to climbkhün3
to comema:2, pa:2
to cookhuŋ6, tom3
to counta:n1, nuk4
to cryhai3
to cut, hacktɛp1
to die, be deadta:i2
to digkhut1, kon1
to dreamphan6
to drinklüm4
to eatkin2
to falltok1
to fearko2, ŋɛw6
to flowlai6
to flymen2
to growpuk1
to hearthɔm1, ŋin2
to hidelap4, mɛp1
to hitthuk1
to holdhiu3
to huntmuk4 so2
to killkha:3
to know, be knowledgeablecaiŋ5, cak1, hu:4
to laughkho6
to lie downnɔn2
to live, be aliveu:1
to open, uncovera:3, ki:5, pɛn2, put1
to plantnam5, puk1
to pound, beattam2
to saywa:5
to scratchkhə:1, tən1
to seehan6, nu:2
to sewyap4
to shootpo:t1
to sitnaŋ5
to sleepnɔn2
to sniff, smelllom2, nom2
to spitkha:k4, tau1
to splitpha:1, phaik1
to squeezei:2, mip1
to stab, piercesap1, taiŋ2
to standcuk1, luk4
to steallak4
to suckcup1, hut4
to swellkaü3
to swimlɔi2 nam4, pha:i2
to throwthim3, wet4
to tie up, fastenhat4, mat1, phuk1
to turnkha:i6, win1
to walkpai2. pha:i3
to vomitha:k4, lɔ1 ha:k4
to workyuŋ6
to yawnha:u6
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