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Wampar

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Introduction

Wampar is a language of Papua New Guinea. It is spoken in Morobe Province, lower Markham and Wamped rivers. .

Dialects

Lexical similarity: 50% with Adzera (See: Adzera?).

The Wampar Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitegair, geaŋ, ār
to blowfuŋ, tsifi
to breathe[n]taf en, mamar
to burndoŋ, naŋ
to buypaem, rab
to chewŋasaŋas, ār
to choose[m]pin
to climbmeap
to comeyʌmaʔ
to cookru, tsetseaŋ
to countfariŋ, siŋis
to cry[m]paŋampaŋ, riŋ
to cut, hackra, tae
to die, be deadmar
to digraf, sef, so
to dreampoafo
to drinknom, num
to eatwantaŋ, ān
to fallmoatsro, tum
to feargafagef
to flowfiririŋ, rid
to flydzif
to grow[n] tsoŋ en, [n]tab, pof
to hearrero
to hidefompob, īp
to hitdenteŋ, its, joto
to holdgofom
to huntdaro, tsetso
to killits
to know, be knowledgeablejatin
to laughfane
to lie down[n]ta, i
to live, be aliveparats
to open, uncoverfoaŋ, tsaŋap
to plantdzofon
to pound, beatramub
to saydzin, rere
to scratchgafar
to seetao
to shootfani
to sitburi
to sleepi
to sniff, smelltoŋes
to spitfid
to splitboaŋar, poropoa
to squeezebini, fug
to stab, pierce[n]tan, jare, pu, sarot
to standfāŋ
to stealgru, wap
to sucksos, tsitsuf
to swell[m]pum, fir, fo, kiŋ, ū
to swimgamu, moab
to thinkrots, sem
to throwtum
to tie up, fasten[n]tsi, faro, fentso
to turndzig en, rapun
to walk[m]pom
to vomitno, tsup
to workgom
to yawn

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