Languages

Sama, Southern

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Introduction

Sama, Southern is a language of Philippines. It is spoken in Muslim Mindanao autonomous region, southern Sulu, Tawi-Tawi Island Province, Tawi-Tawi, Simunul, Sibutu, and other major islands. Also in Malaysia. .

Dialects

Balimbing, Bongao, Languyan, Obian, Sama Sibutu, Sapa-Sapa, Sibutu’ (Sibutu), Simunul, Sitangkai, Tandubas. Sibutu intelligibility of Sama Central (See: Sama, Central) 77%, of the Simunul dialect 89%. Simunul intelligibility of Sama Central (See: Sama, Central) 77%, of the Sibutu dialect 80%.

The Sama, Southern Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitekeket, kokot
to burnbunu'
to buybilli, milli
to chewpapa'
to choosemene', pene'
to comepittu, takka
to cookmag-adjal, magballa
to countitung, ngitung
to crynangis, tangis
to die, be deadmatey
to dreamuppi
to drinkinum, nginum
to eatkakan, mangan
to falllabu'
to feartalow
to hearkale, takale
to hitnitik, titik
to holdintan, ngintan
to know, be knowledgeablekatoonan, tau
to laughtittowa
to lie downguling, paguling
to live, be alivellum
to plantnanom, tanom
to pound, beattappa
to sayhaka, ngahaka'
to scratchkamas, kaskas
to seenda'
to sewngosso'
to shootmana', pana'
to sleeptuli
to splitmagbahagi'
to standmantow, pantow
to stealnangkow, tangkow
to sucksossop
to swimlumangi
to thinkmikil
to throwhiyak, ngahiyak
to tie up, fastenengkot, ngengkot
to turnpaseklo'
to walklumán
to vomitutta'
to yawnngowap

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