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TD1-P032 - Boku Lexicostats

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Boku Lexicostats SAW Nos 1-158 (same as Ikega) (Date approximate, inferred from others in this series (TD1-P###) Boku – Karekomana Village (Lelebu Kikira) 1. A word List and some short sentences are given in Motu with instances in use of English for better understanding. 2. The word list is themed as given by examples: My man, my boy child, my woman child, me, you, she/him/they, us, we, you (plural), them, all of them, My head, my hair, my forehead, my eye, my nose, my ear, my teeth, my tongue, my chin, my voice (my throat), my neck, my mouth, my shoulder, my hand, my elbow, my palm, my knuckles, my fingernail, chest, my breast, my stomach, my belly button, my back, my buttocks, my leg, my thighs, my knee, the sole of my feet, my skin, the hair on my chest, my blood, my fat, my bone (s), my stomach? (Kudouna + nughagu), my lungs, my sore, I dreamed last night. Sun, hour, (hua?), stars, sky, cloud, mist, rain, the rain is falling, night, today, morning, afternoon, Water, river, lake, ground, stone, sand (miri) mountain (ororo), bush (uda), garden (uma-sega), ara? Wind (avara), the wind is blowing (wind ia toa), fire (lahi), smoke (kwalahu), ashes (kau), dala (road-dabala), , Tree (au), tree trunk (au gabana- ghau gabakana), tree branch (au rigina- ghau Legana), near the tree (au badina-ghau korana *in sinaugoro he says the base of the tree. The word translations - near the tree (badina), tree buck (au ramuna-ghau ghokana-ramuna in sinaugoro is baby hair), tree skin (au kepina-ghau kefina)? (au dorina-ghau gevena), fruits of the tree, (au huahuana- ghau ghuana/gutuna), leaf of the tree (au rauna- ghau launa),? (kulukulu-leghi), Sweet potato (kaema-mosaro), taro-kale, taitu-dale, fish (gwarume). Transcribed by Eileen Bobone (Steven Gagau, January 2021). Language as given: Sinagoro (Boku)

Created: 1967-01-01

Data time period: 1967 to ,

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147.95,-9.60107 147.95,-9.75992 147.796,-9.75992 147.796,-9.60107 147.95,-9.60107

147.873,-9.680495

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