Thursday, March 29, 2007

I hope you don't gobray today

From Toller, via Mark. A lovely route, I might say.

These are some verbs from the northeast Indian Bodo langauge.

mokhrob: to express anger by a sidelong glance
egthu: to create a pinching sensation in the armpit
khale: to feel partly bitter
khonsay: to pick an object up with care as it is rare or scarce
onguboy: to love from the heart
onsay: to pretend to love
onsra: to love for the last time
gagrom: to search for a thing below water by trampling
goblo: to be fat (as a child or infant)
asusu: to feel unknown and uneasy in a new place
gabkhron: to be afraid of witnessing an adventure
serrom: to examine by slight pressing
bunhan bunahan: to be about to speak, and about not to speak
khar: to smell like urine or raw fish
khen: to hit one's heart
gobray: to fall in a well unknowingly


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