Languages

Waru

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Introduction

Waru is a language of Indonesia. It is spoken in South East Sulawesi Province, North Konawe regency, Asera subdistrict, Mopute village. Interior area; north of confluence of Solo and Lindu rivers. .

Dialects

Lalomerui, Waru. Lexical similarity: 86% with the Waru and Lalomerui dialects, 79% with Mekongga and other Tolaki (See: Tolaki) dialects, 70% with Rahambuu (See: Rahambuu) and Kodeoha (See: Kodeoha?), 54% with the Mori (See: Mori Atas) or (See: Mori Bawah) and Bungku (See: Bungku) groups.

The Waru Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitemekara, moŋgara
to burnmondunu, mosoru
to comeleu
to crymeʔeβi, meŋere
to die, be deadmate
to dreammoʔepi
to drinkmoʔenu
to eatmoŋgaa
to fallmetuha, motonda
to flylumaa
to hearmoroŋo
to killmombepate
to know, be knowledgeabletoʔorikee, toorikee
to laughkeraŋia, kesalia
to lie downmonduturu, motuturu
to pound, beatumusa
to saymebitara, metuura
to seemoŋgii
to sitmendotoro
to sleepmoturu
to spitmeʔeni, meʔini
to standmendede, mepotade
to swimnumaŋo
to walklumaho, molakolako
to vomitmolua
to yawn

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