Buhutu - English


e


e3advyes{E} is sometimes lengthend to {ee--} when used to mean "yes."
e4unspec. var.e1GPCGPC
e5QIsaySeems to be the same morpheme as in the general possessive carrier {e}. See paradigm below1s: eguba, 3s: enaba, 3p: ediba
e-Q > QpfxRDP{e'esa}
-eVtr > VtrsfxTR2comp.kawa~bwalabwala'enVtrdeclare to be false (to)kawa~yaubada'ediVtrdeclare them to be gods, tonuwa~kwade'enIDIOMbless him, tomake his heart feel happy, tonuwana ya heyaya'enVtrfeel badly for him, toder.dodoga sa no'ono'o'ediCLmake a good impression on people (outwardly)impress people, tofataumayamaya'enVtrcause shame for him, tokawa~bwalabwala'enVtrdeclare to be false (to)kawa~yaubada'ediVtrdeclare them to be gods, tonuwa~kwade'enIDIOMbless him, tomake his heart feel happy, tonuwana ya heyaya'enVtrfeel badly for him, tocont.dodoga sa no'ono'o'ediCLmake a good impression on people (outwardly)impress people, to
-'eVin > VtrsfxTR2comp.kawa~haidana'ediVtrdeclare them to be siblings (same sex), todeclare them to be brothers (of a male), todeclare them to be sisters (of a female), tocall them siblings (same sex), toder.gela'emiuVtrhave you.pl flee from it, tokawa~haidana'ediVtrdeclare them to be siblings (same sex), todeclare them to be brothers (of a male), todeclare them to be sisters (of a female), tocall them siblings (same sex), to
'EsmREwe.excl
E1smRE1IYau mate hewa yai E ta'ata'ai mate, egu aba lau leta E fakau.As for me,I was sitting up on top, because I didn't know where to get down.Ena bobon E aulaha, ubena loiloina ai difigu haba wa au.When it is morning and I set off, you will tie the braided rope around my waist.2IFirst personal singular realis subject marker is written with a capitalletter as {E} analogous to writing "I" in English. It is pronounced with a non-abrupt onset, in contrast to a syllable beginning with a glottal stop, so is sometimes written as {ye}.Realis person and number subject agreement markers:1s: E, 2s: wa, 3s: ya, 1pIN: te, 1pEX: 'e, 2p: ami, 3p: sa.
E2advyes
e. . .baQIsay, to1s: eguba: "I say", 2s: emba: "you say", 3s: enaba: "he says; she says", 1pIN: edaba: "we all say", 1pEX: emaba: we (excl) say "", 2p: emiba: "you (pl) say", 3p: ediba " they say"
E1nE1
E2nE2
ea1smREI
ea2smRE1it2he3she
eai1PPat2on
eamaSUyama1nfish
EastnEast
eaupersI
EaubadanGodEaubada ena nuwatohatoha umi emi, yo ai ema fuia ou'ouli, Iesu hesana eai te mahumahuli.It is always because of God's mercy, you yours and we ours, in Jesus name that we live.
eauwedo1greetinggreetings2hello
echonecho
'eda1n1road2doorway3paththere is a glottal stop in the pronuciation, but in the spelling it does not show up, except in the middle of a word.
eda1GPCour, inclYauwedo doha, eda stoli ku'uku'u.Thank you, our little story is like that.Na esega moho mate Magesubu, hola otawa eda Padiu Tu'ana yai.But one more is Magesubu the Eagle, who still remains on our Padiu Mountain.Waima madina haba eda tinada la'ila'ina. In ya ita watanida, na te miya.The queen ant will be our "big" mother. She will watch after us and we will live [together].1s: egu, 2s: em, 3s: ena, 1pIN: eda, 1pEX: ema, 2p: emi, 3p: edi
'eda2GPCus.incl
eda2n1door2road3path4journeycomp.tau eda~bwa'iyeda.NPone who leads usone who goes ahead of usder.tau eda~bwa'iyeda.NPone who leads usone who goes ahead of us3s: edana, 3p: edadi