User:Jakeybean

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kl-4 Una atuisoq kalaallisut inunnguuseringajallugu tapiisinnaavoq.
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Hello, hello.

My name is Jake and I am a 23 year old music student from England.

My specialities are Eskimo-Aleut languages, namely Greenlandic, other dialects of Greenland and some Inuktitut and Inupiak.

Feel free to write on my Talk page if you have anything you wish to discuss.


TO DO

inu- derivatives, Swadesh list, maani etc., affixes/affix,/Proto-Inupik/Proto-Yupik Appendices, Language names/Countries, stealing words from .gl websites and books, demonstrative pronouns with aa(j)- prefix also, possibly create demonstrative pronouns appendix, get a life

Swadesh list under construction:

No. English Greenlandic
Kalaallisut
1 I uanga
2 you (singular) illit
3 he una
4 we uagut
5 you (plural) ilissi
6 they uku
7 this taassuma, manna
8 that tamanna
9 here maani
10 there ikani
11 who kina
12 what suna
13 where sumi
14 when qaqugu (future), qanga (past)
15 how qanoq
16 not nngilaq (negative verbal/adjectival inflection)
17 all tamaasa
18 many rpassuit, rpaat, aluit (affixes)
19 some {{{}}}
20 few {{{}}}
21 other {{{}}}
22 one ataaseq
23 two marluk
24 three pingasut
25 four sisamat
26 five tallimat
27 big -rsuaq (affix)
28 long sivisuvoq (time), takisooq (length)
29 wide nerutusooq
30 thick issusooq
31 heavy oqimaappoq
32 small mikisoq
33 short naatsoq
34 narrow amitsoq
35 thin saappoq
36 woman arnaq
37 man (adult male) angut
38 man (human being) inuk
39 child qitornaq, meeraq
40 wife nuliaq
41 husband ui
42 mother anaana
43 father ataata, ataataq
44 animal uumasoq
45 fish aalisagaq
46 bird timmiaq
47 dog qimmeq
48 louse kumak
49 snake pulateriaarsuk
50 worm qumaq (tapeworm), pulateriaq (earthworm)
51 tree orpik
52 forest orpippassuit
53 stick avalequtinnguaq, ajaappiaq
54 fruit paarnaq
55 seed naatsiiassaq
56 leaf mulequt, pilu, pilutaq
57 root manngoq, sorlak
58 bark (of a tree) ameraq
59 flower naasoq
60 grass ivikkat
61 rope allunaasaq
62 skin ameq
63 meat neqi
64 blood aak
65 bone saaneq
66 fat (noun) orsoq
67 egg mannik
68 horn nassuk
69 tail pamioq
70 feather suluk
71 hair nujaq (on the head), meqqoq (on the body)
72 head niaqoq
73 ear siut
74 eye isi
75 nose qingaq
76 mouth qaneq
77 tooth kigut
78 tongue (organ) oqaq
79 fingernail kukik
80 foot isigak
81 leg niu
82 knee seeqqoq
83 hand assak
84 wing isaroq
85 belly naaq
86 guts erlaviit
87 neck qungaseq
88 back qatigak
89 breast iviangeq (only used in plural form iviangit)
90 heart uummat
91 liver tinguk
92 to drink imerpoq
93 to eat nerivoq
94 to bite kiisivoq
95 to suck milluarpoq
96 to spit qiserpoq
97 to vomit meriarpoq
98 to blow supivoq(blow at something once), sulluarpoq (blow on something), anorlerpoq (wind)
99 to breathe anersaarpoq
100 to laugh illarpoq
101 to see takuvoq (transitive takuaa
102 to hear tusarpoq
103 to know nalunngilaa
104 to think isumaliorpoq, eqqarsarpoq
105 to smell naavaa, narajorpoq
106 to fear siooravoq
107 to sleep sinippoq
108 to live uumavoq
109 to die toquvoq
110 to kill toquppaa, inuarpoq (murder a human)
111 to fight paavaa
112 to hunt piniarpoq
113 to hit eqqorpaa
114 to cut ilisserpaa, ikuppoq, qiorpaa
115 to split ikiarpaa
116 to stab kapivaa
117 to scratch kumippoq
118 to dig assappaa
119 to swim anguartorpoq, naluppoq
120 to fly timmivoq
121 to walk pisuppoq
122 to come aggerpoq
123 to lie (as in a bed) innangavoq
124 to sit ingippoq
125 to stand qeqarpoq
126 to turn (intransitive) saappoq
127 to fall nakkarpoq
128 to give tunivaa, tunniuppaa
129 to hold tigummivaa (in the hand), eqisimiarpaa (grasps)
130 to squeeze kiggippaa
131 to rub tagiarpaa
132 to wash asappaa
133 to wipe allarterpaa
134 to pull amuaa, qimmuppaa
135 to push saggaavoq, tunuarpaa
136 to throw {igippaa
137 to tie qilerpaa
138 to sew mersorpoq
139 to count kisitsivoq
140 to say oqarpoq
141 to sing erinarsorpoq
142 to play ikkatigaa (frolics, fools around)
143 to float sarsakattaarpoq
144 to flow qarsuavoq (flows over), kuugaarpoq (slowly and calmly - river)
145 to freeze ajagullarpoq
146 to swell pullappoq
147 sun seqineq
148 moon qaammat
149 star ulloriaq
150 water imeq
151 rain sialuk
152 river kuuk
153 lake taseq
154 sea imaq
155 salt taratsut
156 stone ujarak
157 sand sioqqat
158 dust pujoralak, pujualak
159 earth issoq
160 cloud nuiaq
161 fog pujoq
162 sky qilak
163 wind anori
164 snow aput (on the ground), qaniit (falling snow)
165 ice siku (on water), sermeq (on solid objects)
166 smoke pujoq
167 fire inneq
168 ash arsat
169 to burn ikumavoq, ikikkarpaa (trans.)
170 road aqqut
171 mountain qaqqaq
172 red aappalaartoq
173 green qorsuk
174 yellow sungaaqeq, sungaartoq
175 white qaqorpoq
176 black qernertoq
177 night unnuaq
178 day ulloq
179 year ukioq
180 warm oqorpoq
181 cold issippoq
182 full ulikkaarpoq
183 new nutaaq
184 old pisoqaq (thing), utoqqaq (person or animal)
185 good ajunngilaq
186 bad ajorpoq
187 rotten aasoq
188 dirty tapappoq, minguttoq
189 straight narluvoq,
190 round ammalorpoq
191 sharp (as a knife) ipippoq
192 dull (as a knife) ikkiippoq
193 smooth manippoq, quasak
194 wet qaaserpoq (particularly on the inside), masappoq (on the surface)
195 dry panertoq
196 correct torerpoq
197 near qanippoq
198 far ungasippoq, alimasippoq
199 right talerpik
200 left saamerleq
201 at use locative case -mi (sing.) and -ni (plur.)
202 in use locative case -mi (sing.) and -ni (plur.)
203 with use locative or instrumental case (-mik, and -nik)
204 and aamma, or enclitic -lu
205 if {{{}}}
206 because use factual causative mood
207 name ateq