Languages

Rahambuu

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Introduction

Rahambuu is a language of Indonesia. It is spoken in Southeast Sulawesi Province, North Kolaka Regency, Pakue subdistrict. West coast, upper Bone bay, north of Kodeoha (See: Kodeoha?) language area to Central Sulawesi Province border. Some in Central Sulawesi Province. .

Dialects

Lexical similarity: 87% between dialects, 75% with Kodeoha (See: Kodeoha?), 70% with Tolaki (See: Tolaki), Mekongga dialect of Tolaki (See: Tolaki), and Waru (See: Waru); 54% with Mori (See: Mori Atas) or (See: Mori Bawah) and Bungku (See: Bungku) groups.

The Rahambuu Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitemekara, moŋgara
to burnmodunu ~ mondunu, sumoru
to comeleu
to crymeʔia, umiʔia
to die, be deadmate
to dreammoʔipi
to drinkmoʔinu, moinu
to eatmoŋgaa
to fallmotonda
to flylumuu, mesinaku
to hearmororoŋo, moroŋo
to killmombepate
to know, be knowledgeabletoʔorikee, tumoʔorikee
to laughmerorai
to lie downmoisoiso, motuturu
to pound, beatmoʔusa, umusa
to saymombepe, mombitara
to sitkorerehu, kototoro
to sleepmoʔiso, moturu
to spitmeʔeni, meʔini
to standholiligoro, peβaŋu
to swimnumonaŋo, numonaŋu
to walklumolako
to vomitpeʔua
to yawn

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