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'''Yonaguni''' is a language spoken solely on the island of [[Yonaguni]] at the westernmost tip of the [[Yaeyama Islands]], [[Japan]].
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Le'''Yonaguni''' est une langue parlée sur l'île de [[Yonaguni]] à l'extrême ouest des [[îles Yaeyama]] au [[Japon]].
  
==Pronunciation guide==
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==Guide de prononciation==
  
==Phraselist==
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==Phrases utiles==
 
; where are you going? : Mmaŋki hirunna?  
 
; where are you going? : Mmaŋki hirunna?  
 
; to okinawa (main island) : Wunnaŋki.
 
; to okinawa (main island) : Wunnaŋki.
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==Learning more==
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==Pour en savoir plus==
 
If you're really interested in the language, the Yonaguni Ethnographic Museum sells a small dictionary written by an island auntie who is the museum's curator, Nae Ikema. The same woman, over 100 years old, is also the last remaining soul with a traditional knowledge of the island's peculiar writing system known as "kayida dii" (two symbols found carved in the underwater ruins closely resemble the local characters for horse and goat, respectively).
 
If you're really interested in the language, the Yonaguni Ethnographic Museum sells a small dictionary written by an island auntie who is the museum's curator, Nae Ikema. The same woman, over 100 years old, is also the last remaining soul with a traditional knowledge of the island's peculiar writing system known as "kayida dii" (two symbols found carved in the underwater ruins closely resemble the local characters for horse and goat, respectively).
  

Version du 7 juin 2005 à 11:59

LeYonaguni est une langue parlée sur l'île de Yonaguni à l'extrême ouest des îles Yaeyama au Japon.

Guide de prononciation

Phrases utiles

where are you going? 
Mmaŋki hirunna?
to okinawa (main island) 
Wunnaŋki.
welcome to this place 
Kumaŋki waːrïː.
who are you? 
Ŋda taːya?
I am [a Yonagunian/Okinawa mainlander/Japanese mainlander/American/Australian/Briton]. 
Anuya [dunaŋtu/wunnaŋtu/damatoŋtu/amirikaŋtu/wusutïraːriyaŋtu/iŋciriŋtu] du.
I don't have money. 
Zyiŋ minuŋ.
please, eat! 
Yiː hayi.
I can't eat anymore, I'm full. 
Maː hwunuŋ, bataŋti du.
thanks or congratulations 
Hwugarasa.
ahh, ok. 
Isye-isye.
idiot. 
Miŋburubutta.
mountain(s). 
Dama.
east. 
Aŋgayi.
west. 
Yiri.
south. 
Hayi.
north. 
Nici.
Sonai. 
Tumayimura.
Kubura. 
Kubura.
Higawa. 
Ŋdimura.
Atlas moth (world's largest moth). 
Ayamihabiru.
guava. 
Baŋsyiru.
banana. 
Basu. ("basu" means 'bus' in Japanese, so using this word in an otherwise-Japanese sentence may cause confusion)
San'ai Isoba (legendary empress of Yonaguni). 
Sakayi Isoba.


Pour en savoir plus

If you're really interested in the language, the Yonaguni Ethnographic Museum sells a small dictionary written by an island auntie who is the museum's curator, Nae Ikema. The same woman, over 100 years old, is also the last remaining soul with a traditional knowledge of the island's peculiar writing system known as "kayida dii" (two symbols found carved in the underwater ruins closely resemble the local characters for horse and goat, respectively).

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