Languages

Ujir

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Introduction

Ujir is a language of Indonesia. It is spoken in Southeast Maluku Province. Northwest Aru islands, Ujir and Wokam islands west peninsula tip. .

Dialects

Lexical similarity: 75% with Kola (See: Kola?) in north Aru, and slightly less with Kola on the west coast of Kola Island.

The Ujir Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitea-jaŋ
to blowa-juʔ
to breathea-fe da jeri
to burnau
to comema
to counta-rekan
to crytáni
to cut, hacka-sawi
to die, be deadtowi
to diga-fasi
to drinknenam
to eata-manam
to falla-fan
to fearbebay
to flowai-tai
to flyanis
to heara-reŋ|ay
to hitdibal
to holdnedi
to huntai so:kai
to killa-fun
to know, be knowledgeablea-koljaka
to laugha-mel
to lie downa-kalola-na
to live, be alivejeri
to plantsat
to saya-fayŋayn
to scratcha-kətíʔ
to seea-to
to sewm|jéy
to shootak kana
to sita-tal|ay
to sleepa-nen
to sniff, smellafau
to spita-niʔ
to splita-feta
to squeezea-katam
to stab, piercea-tafak
to standa-tamari
to stealdai-naŋaw
to sucka-utuk
to swella-bafa
to swimai-nen
to thinkkina
to throwaijel
to tie up, fastenakaw|ay
to turna-buar
to walkbana bana
to vomita-mamuta
to yawna-máfa|u

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