Languages

Santhali

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Introduction

Santhali is a language of India. It is spoken in Bihar, Bhagalpur and Munger districts; Jharkhand, Manbhum and Hazaribagh districts; Odisha, Balasore district; West Bengal, Birbhum and Bankura districts; Assam; Mizoram; Tripura. Also in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal. .

Dialects

Kamari-Santali, Karmali (Khole), Lohari-Santali, Manjhi, Paharia. Similar to Ho (See: Ho?), Mundari (See: Mundari), and Munda (See: Munda?).

The Santhali Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitege̲r
to blowphaph, phũ
to breathesahe̲t'
to burnje̲re̲t', lo̲
to buykiriń
to chewto̲go̲c'
to choosebachao
to climbde̲c'
to comedela, ma
to cookisin
to countlekha
to cryrak'
to cut, hackge̲t'
to die, be deadbeṇḍaok', gujuk'
to digla
to dreamkukmu
to drinkńũ
to eatjo̲m
to fallgur, ńũr
to fearbo̲to̲r
to flowạtu
to flyuḍạu
to growhara
to hearańjo̲m
to hidedanań, oko
to hitdal
to killbeṇḍao, go̲c'
to know, be knowledgeablebaḍae
to laughlanda
to lie downgitic'
to live, be alivejiwe̲t'
to open, uncoverjhic'
to plantro̲ho̲e
to pound, beatdal
to saylại, me̲n
to scratchraboṛ
to seeńe̲l
to sewsilại
to shootṭhu
to sitduṛup'
to sleepjạpit'
to sniff, smellbas, ji, so̲
to spittho
to stab, pierceso̲bo̲k'
to standberet', teṇgo
to stealkombṛo
to suckce̲pe̲c'
to swellmo̲
to swimpaera
to thinkhudis
to throwgiḍi
to tie up, fastento̲l
to turnạcur
to walkdãṛã, daṛan
to vomitphaṭkar, ulạ
to workkạmi
to yawnańgo̲p'

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