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Uruava

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Introduction

Uruava is a language of Papua New Guinea. It is spoken in Bougainville Province, southeast coast. .

The Uruava Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitekakirigana, karas-i
to blowkiuβu, piubi
to breathenapu
to burne kurumu, totoi, wakurumi
to buyromo-i
to chewmama
to climbkabe
to comemoi, ra-mai
to cookraro-i
to countkoke-i
to crytani
to cut, hackburi, karukarusi, toki
to die, be deadmate
to digkaro-i
to dreamrio
to drinkani, ari u noko, nokoi
to eattamu
to falluka
to fear(mare) kokora, kuira
to flye βurau
to heararia u barori, baror-i, baroro
to hitatun-i, atunu, e βaora, erua buri soni wariatunu
to holdagos-i
to huntkom nanoi, mane-mane
to killatunu, va-mate-i
to know, be knowledgeablearia matauni anogo, aro matauni anogo, mataú-i
to laughpa, pai, papaina
to lie downboretarava, ebetenobu
to live, be alivepodo
to plantluga-luga
to pound, beatsevu-sevuri
to scratchkori, korikori aigu
to seearia u toru, doi
to sewaria ko tuai, kumas-i, kumata
to shootpira-di
to sitpiutu, piutu nogu
to sleepebete, ruka
to sniff, smellaria u sie, sie-i
to spitrovi
to squeezepisuini, pitu-i
to stab, piercee wanayau
to standtolunomu, toru
to stealvainao, vainao-i
to sucksusu nokonokoaina
to swelltubu
to swimnabe, sirupi
to thinkmatauni anogo, onóui
to throwpogoini, pogoiniamai
to tie up, fastenpiri, wagasa
to turnko βego
to walkrara
to vomitrua-rua
to worksikodo
to yawnmavoa

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