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Syntax of Tolong Siki
Numrals, Ordinals & Cardinals
Masculine & Faminine Nouns
Most Common Adjectivies
Pronoun Words
Different Type of Verbs
Prepositions

 

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Most Common Adjectives
 
 
Dau - good 
Maldau – bad(not good)
Daulekha - fairly good 
Kore - healthy 
Malkore – ill(not well)
Pudda – short
Digha – long
Mechha - high 
Punna – new
Pacha - old 
Bolo – soft
Charra – bare, bald 
Dondo – foolish
Landi – lazy
Gechha -  far
Chankh’a - near 
Hissi – fair
Konko bonko – crooked
Urb – rich
Kira – poor, Hungry
Kochro – narrow
Koka - dumb, idiotic
Kollam – penitent
Khasra – dirty, Leprous
Faharfeha – bitter
Tini – sweet
Khissi – bright
Khonkha – deep
Lepa – thin
Ludu – gentle
Markhka – soiled
Muno – excellent
Nagad – nice,pretty
Nidi – empty, zero
Otha – heavy
Nebba – light
Pairi – early, morning
Panjka – ripe
Pandko – unripe
Pange – clear
Pechcha – diligent
Pokko – swollen,puffed up
Porcho - half boiled
Rijha – fat
Sanni – small
Koha – great
Sirsita – slender
Sithiya – easy, free
Thauka – right
Tina - right hand
Debba – left
Tindi - firm 
Thotha – naked
Ujgo – straight
Emba – sweet.  
 
 

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