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Talise

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Introduction

Talise is a language of Solomon Islands. It is spoken in Guadalcanal, southeast to southwest coast. .

Dialects

Koo (Inakona), Malagheti, Moli, Poleo, Talise, Tolo.

The Talise Verb

Sample Verbs

to biteɣaʔatʔa, ɣala, ɣalatʔa, ɣalatia, halati, halatia
to blowɣuɣuri, harahara, loɣa, uvi, uvia, uviuvi
to breatheasease, asembɔna, asembona, maɣɔmaɣɔ
to burnɣuma, hani, kerea, salaɣa, vuru
to buyvoli
to chewŋata
to choosevili
to climbhalaha
to comemai
to cookkuki
to countʔčumia, icu, iču, ičumia, čɔkɔa
to crytaŋitaŋi, ŋara
to cut, hackhado, kakala, kalanɔ, puria, taɣia, tapiču, tɔɣia, telā ɣai, vaia, vala, vāla
to die, be deadmate
to digari, ɣeɣeli, ɣelia, heli, helia
to dreambolebole
to drinkinu
to eatɣaniɣani, hani, hania, kuta, vaŋa
to fallpuka, ruču
to fearmataɣu, matahuni, matavu
to flownere, tɔtɔtɔ, tɔtɔto, čɔɣačɔɣa, čɔčɔ
to flylaŋɔ, laŋo, lɔvɔ, lɔvo, lovo
to growmaurisi
to hearrɔrɔŋɔ, rɔŋɔnia, roŋoni
to hidekoku
to hitlabu, lalambu, lambua
to holdvele, velesia
to huntɔŋa, ruɣu, ruhu
to killlabu-mate, lambua, lambumatea, lambusia
to know, be knowledgeabledona, hilaɣila, ndɔna, ndɔndɔna, ndɔnā
to laughcolo, maŋisa, čɔlɔ
to lie downenɔ, eno, mɔnɔ, mɔnɔ sivɔ, čao sivo, čarɔ
to live, be aliveemauri, mamauri, maumauri, maurʔ
to open, uncoverovaova
to plantcuka, vasi
to pound, beattutuku
to saykɔea, kɔrivaya, kɔvaɣa, koe
to scratchvora, ŋgarusia, ŋgaruŋgaru, ŋgaručia
to seembereŋia, mɔrɔsia, resi
to sewcuki pɔlɔ, tula, tulatula, tulā, tutula
to shootvanasi
to sitɣɔrɔ, hɔrɔ, horo, tɔtu
to sleepmakuru, maturu
to sniff, smellsiɣini, siɣinia, sihini, sihinia
to spitcuve, čuve
to splittavota, tea, teanɔ, tela, čaria
to squeezelɔsia, losi, mbirua, mbitɔa, vaikapiči
to stab, piercekalā, tɔua, tuluŋga, tutukua
to standtiɣɔtɔ, tui
to stealbeli, kɔmi, mbeli, mbelia
to suckmucu, mučua
to swellčɔmɔ, čoko, čombɔ, čomo
to swimɔlɔ, lesɔ, leso, salɔ, salo
to thinkpada, panda, papanda, čačača
to throwsui
to tie up, fastenkuru, kurua, sɔria
to turnpilɔ, pilo, tavalili
to walkɣalaɣa, ɣalaɣa mba, halaɣa, mbā, sivɔ, sivɔ mba, sivo, vanovano, vavanɔ, vavano
to vomitmumuta, mutamuta
to workago, aŋgɔ, aŋgo
to yawnmaomao

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