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Language: Ujir (Schapper)

Source/Author:  Antoinette Schapper 
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Classification:  Austronesian:Malayo-Polynesian:Central-Eastern:Central Malayo-Polynesian:Aru 
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ID: Word: Item: Annotation: Cognacy: Loan:
3 right      
5 to walk      
6 road/path      
7 to come      
8 to turn word info      
9 to swim      
11 dust      
12 skin      
13 back word info      
16 intestines      
18 breast      
20 to know, be knowledgeable      
21 to think      
22 to fear      
27 nose      
28 to breathe      
29 to sniff, smell      
31 tooth      
32 tongue      
33 to laugh      
34 to cry      
35 to vomit      
36 to spit      
38 to chew word info      
40 to drink      
41 to bite      
42 to suck      
44 to hear      
46 to see      
47 to yawn      
48 to sleep      
49 to lie down word info      
51 to sit      
52 to stand      
53 person/human being      
55 woman/female      
58 wife      
62 thatch/roof      
65 rope      
66 to tie up, fasten      
67 to sew word info      
68 needle      
69 to hunt word info      
71 to stab, pierce      
72 to hit word info      
73 to steal      
74 to kill      
75 to die, be dead      
76 to live, be alive      
77 to scratch word info      
78 to cut, hack word info      
79 stick/wood      
80 to split word info      
81 sharp      
83 to work word info      
84 to plant      
85 to choose      
86 to grow word info      
87 to swell word info      
88 to squeeze word info      
89 to hold word info      
90 to dig      
91 to buy      
93 to pound, beat word info      
94 to throw word info      
95 to fall word info      
100 wing      
101 to fly      
102 rat      
105 tail      
106 snake      
107 worm (earthworm)      
108 louse word info      
110 spider      
112 rotten word info      
115 root      
120 stone      
121 sand      
122 water word info      
123 to flow      
124 sea      
125 salt      
126 lake      
127 woods/forest      
128 sky      
130 star      
131 cloud word info      
133 rain      
134 thunder      
136 wind      
137 to blow word info      
138 warm word info      
141 wet      
143 fire      
144 to burn word info      
145 smoke word info      
147 black      
148 white      
149 red      
150 yellow      
151 green      
152 small      
154 short word info      
156 thin word info      
157 thick word info      
158 narrow      
159 wide      
160 painful, sick      
161 shy, ashamed      
162 old word info      
163 new      
167 night      
168 day      
169 year      
170 when? word info      
171 to hide word info      
172 to climb word info      
174 in, inside      
176 below      
177 this      
178 that      
179 near      
180 far      
181 where? word info      
183 thou      
185 we word info      
186 you      
187 they      
188 what? word info      
189 who? word info      
190 other      
193 if      
195 no, not      
196 to count      
198 Two word info      
199 Three word info      
202 Six word info      
203 Seven word info      
205 Nine word info      
206 Ten word info      
207 Twenty word info      
209 One Hundred word info      
210 One Thousand word info      
1 hand lima 3SG form is zero marked; lima- is the inflecting form for other person-numbers 1, 64  
2 left ngafa   3  
4 leg/foot ai-   1  
10 dirty aiwaku also means grey    
14 belly tubu- tubi is the the 3sg form; other person-number inflections use the root tubu- 3  
15 bone tul   1, 25  
17 liver ata   1  
19 shoulder dawa- lin      
23 blood udu   57  
24 head ulu- wil is the 3SG form; the inflecting root for other person-numbers is ulu-; also wil tabi in 3SG, where tabi is a shape classifier. 1  
25 neck li- wangi li- on its own means 'voice, language'; li- inflects for the person of the possessor, not wangi: li wangi = his/her neck; ling wangi = my neck. 1, 119  
26 hair word info wil fuki Literally, head-hair 1, 3  
30 mouth fafa- f<e>fa is the 3SG form; fafa- is the root form for other person-numbers 1  
37 to eat -manam intr. 49  
37 to eat -ka tr. 1  
39 to cook word info -nes 'cook by boiling' 3  
43 ear taka- 3SG form taki, other person-number forms inflect with root taka- 2  
45 eye mata- 3SG form is m<e>ta; other person-numbers inflect using the root mata- 1  
50 to dream -bukau   56  
54 man/male sailet   3  
56 child anat Used for kin only. 3SG form is an<i>t. 1  
57 husband sa also wife, spouse 2  
59 mother ina   1, 48  
60 father ama- 3SG form is <e>ma; other person-numbers inflect using root ama- 1  
61 house juma   1  
63 name ngei- Inalienably possessed noun 1  
64 to say noka   148  
70 to shoot word info -an   1  
82 dull, blunt tubak   4  
92 to open, uncover -fay   68  
96 dog fo Cognates only found in northern Aru 35  
97 bird woitau Cognate with the terms for the Eclectus parrot in other Aru languages 61  
98 egg tuli Final i possibly represents and agreement form -i for 3SG 1  
99 feather fuki Also refers to fur of a mamal 71  
103 meat/flesh tama      
104 fat/grease milmila      
109 mosquito tuntun      
111 fish ika      
113 branch word info ran      
114 leaf rawin Also kaiwiri    
116 flower wawil      
117 fruit fuai      
118 grass ur   6  
119 earth/soil fafa      
129 moon fulan      
132 fog kafkafal      
135 lightning aibata kau thunder and lightning    
139 cold word info joi bisyllabic    
140 dry word info maimai      
142 heavy din      
153 big bangi      
155 long word info nar      
164 good loki      
166 correct, true maloli Also 'straight'    
173 at -na Verbal preposition which can inflect (active prefixes) in serialisation to agree with the subject, but most often occurs with the 3SG inflection fossilised, thus ana.    
175 above jotjo      
182 I ak      
184 he/she na      
191 all akamai Serial verb meaning 'complete' that inflects to agree with the subject, used for universal quantification    
192 and ati This conjunction originates in the third person inflection of the verb to become a-ti 3SG-become    
194 how? word info -koiba      
197 One word info set Cognate with set 1 is the indefinite article sia. 1, 34  
200 Four word info ka   2  
201 Five word info lima   1  
204 Eight word info karua complex numeral 2x4 28  
208 Fifty word info ui lima      
146 ash abu Likely Malay borrowing   L
165 bad, evil kajata     L

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