Languages

Sinaugoro

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Introduction

Sinaugoro is a language of Papua New Guinea. It is spoken in Central Province, Rigo district, south of Kwikila. .

Dialects

Alepa, Babagarupu, Balawaia, Boku, Buaga, Ikega, Ikolu, Kubuli, Kwaibida, Kwaibo, Omene, Oruone, Saroa, Taboro, Tubulamo, Vora, Wiga. Saroa dialect may be most central for intelligibility. Lexical similarity: 70%–75% with Kalo (See: Keapara?) (most similar), 65%–70% with Hula (See: Hula?).

The Sinaugoro Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteðèoli
to bloweǥavuni
to breatheraǥana
to burneǥalani, ekapuani
to comeedeamaini
to cookekulakulani, enaranarani
to counteoruoruni
to cryèaǥini
to cut, hackevoroani
to die, be deadèwaregani
to digeluani
to drinkeniuniuni
to eatia eganiganini
to fearenleaǥiani
to flyelovoni
to hearia eamonaǥini
to hitevo/vaǥini
to holderoǥoni, everoǥoni
to hunte waǥani
to killèveraǥini
to know, be knowledgeableea/ripana
to laughemamaini
to live, be alivemaulina
to planterarovaioni
to sayèrorini
to scratcheǥaǥaloni
to seeeveiani
to seweulinlini
to shoote golianai
to sitelu>alini
to sleepèmauni
to sniff, smellevemoeni
to spitriri>ipina
to spliteva>avaluani
to stab, pierceeve/kwanuni
to standeperani
to swelleparani
to swimèrikuni
to throwerakwani
to tie up, fastenevapaiani
to turne vavilawaini
to walkeðoani
to vomitemumuani
to workeulavununi
to yawneraka>ani

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