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Pasa Ular (pah-SAH OOH-lar) is an Austronesian language spoken in the Island of Panau by the Ular Tribe, Malay Archipelago. This is the Panauan dialect used by the Ular Tribe as well as the Ular Boys in Panau.

Since this is an Austronesian language, it is indeed related to Bahasa Panau so expect that there are similar words.

Bahasa Panau and Pasa Ular have almost the same grammar so Panauans can easily learn Pasa Ular.

The language uses Latin, Tamil, and Thai alphabets.

Author's Note: Updates every 2 days or 1 week depending on my schedule!! Also note that I am the same creator of Bahasa Panau...

History of the Language (Kesi Pasa) Edit

A tribe called the Ular people lived in the Pacific Islands. They wanted to search for a better land, so they discovered the Panauan islands. They claimed it for themselves, thus being the natives or aborigines of the Panauan archipelago. They spoke Pasa Ular and it was widespread in the region.

The Ulars adopted Hindu and Tibetan scriptures, thus gaining the religions Hinduism and Buddhism. They built large temples all over the archipelago and most texts were written in Sanskrit, thus taking many loan words from it.

During the next centuries, lots of people from various parts of the Malay archipelago migrated to Panau. The Malay language was the language of trade and communication between other races and more people for various parts seem to be more than the natives, resulting more loanwords from Malay, Indonesian (Javanese, Sundanese) and Filipino (Tagalog, Bisaya).

The ongoing growth of Islam occurred but the Ulars stopped the influence, so the only portion that became Muslim was the desert. Not too much Arab loanwords had entered unlike Bahasa Panau.

Most islands were conquered by the Spanish, and others were caught by the Dutch, British and Portuguese. The Ulars were ignored and weren't happy. But some words entered in their vocabulary, but not too much.

During World War II, the Japanese controlled Panau and became very strict. The Ulars tried to fight them back, but the Japanese were too powerful. The Japanese also influenced their culture, so some words entered their language.

After Panau declared its independence, the Ular and the Panauan language were widespread among Ulars, but until Baby Panay succeeded his father, the Ulars were given limited human rights, so the resistance group Ular Boys had been formed.

Greetings Edit

Hello! = Halo!

Goodbye! = Paya!

How are you? = Kamo payek?

I'm fine. = Ako payek.

I'm not fine. = Ako ngak payek.

What is your name? = Ino naremo?

My name is ... = Nareko yo ...

Where are you from? = Kamo teke san?

I'm from ... = Ako teke ...

Where do you live? = Kamo tera san?

I live in ... = Ako tera ...

How old are you? = Iran osamo?

I am ... years old. = Osako yo ...

Nice to meet you. = Towa kirare isama kamo.

Good morning. = Ce mara.

Good noon. = Ce jangatalo.

Good afternoon. = Ce ape.

Good night. = Ce malem.

Yes. = Ya.

No. = Ngak.

Maybe. = Tunu.

Thank you. = Torimo.

Thank you so much. = Torimo rame.

You're welcome = Kempeli.

Excuse me. = Mawep.

Sorry. = Nesel.

Numbers (Plang-plang) Edit

Numbers Ular Native Numbers Sanskrit-based Numbers
0 siro sunya
1 wisa eka
2 tua tuwi
3 atol teri
4 apet cator
5 lima panja
6 anem syasa
7 petu sapeta
8 wolu asita
9 syam nawa
10 sepluh tasa
11 seplas ekatasa
12 tuaplas tuwitasa
13 atolplas teritasa
20 tuapluh wimsati
50 limapluh panjasati
100 sekatus syatim
1,000 selipu sahasra
10,000 sepluh lipu ayuta
100,000 sekatus lipu lakisya
1 million semoli prauta
1 billion sepoli apja
1 trillion setroli antayam

Ordinal: Add [te] + number

Colors (Warona-warona) Edit

red = ngera

orange = orenja

yellow = tilo

green = hejo

blue = pelu

purple = wayolet, perpel

brown = enena

black = etem

white = pote

pink = rusi

Language, Do you Speak ...? Edit

Do you speak ...? = Tapet kamo celata ...?

I speak ... / I speak ... language. = Ako celata Pasa ...

Do you understand? = Tapet kamo nawange?

Yes, I understand. = Ya, ako nawange.

No, I do not understand. = Ngak, ako ngak nawange.

Questions (Ninet-ninet) Edit

English Panauan
who sine
what ino
when keyo
where san
why napo
which alen
how kimane
how many iran
how much iran hang

Animals (Yopong-yopong) Edit

dog = esu

cat = pose

cow = peka

horse = setire

goat = kampeng

bird = ecel

chicken = keyali

parrot = luru

duck = icek

lizard = tuku

crocodile = apauya

bee = popayok

ant = keremen

mosquito = remok

housefly = rango

monkey = cungo

pig = epapi

lion = singa

tiger = temo

bear = uso

elephant = kaje

squid = sutung

deer = rusa

rhino = rino

snake = ular

owl = paho

rabbit = erenip

fish = sita

Flavors (Rase-rase) Edit

sweet = tamas

sour = tetus

salty = talat

spicy = halang

bitter = pauwet

fresh = sewari

delicious = carap

hot = putot

cold = remas

Parts of the Body (Pehewek-pehewek Petan) Edit

hair = powak

eyes = mata

ears = talanga

nose = kole

mouth = sakemi

tongue = tilara

head = uluse

face = muka

neck = ler

shoulder = paleket

arms = sange

hands = keme

fingers = yupe keme

chest = lanis

belly = porut

hips = pekang

legs = toyor

knees = tulawa

feet = pewa

toes = yupe pewa

heart = setekal

liver = hate

blood = tasuwa

skin = palat

Seasons (Pewehe-pewehe) Edit

spring = pewehe plakek

summer = pewehe putot

autumn = pewehe holek

winter = pewehe prawan

Members of the Family (Angkota-angkota Keliriki) Edit

father = pepa

mother = mema

child = anyek

sibling = sotara

grandfather = ipopa

grandmother = imoma

parent = oreto

cousin = kasen

uncle = pino

auntie = mino

in-law = penan

husband = esawa

wife = seteri

niece / nephew = pongin

Pronouns (Pronun-pronun) Edit

person singular form possessive singular form plural form possessive plural form
1st per. exclusive hami (we, excluding you) -hame (our, exc. you)
1st per. inclusive ako (I, me) -ko (my, mine) hito (we, includes you) -hite (our, inc. you)
2nd person kamo (you) -mo (your) kalen (you people) -keno (your, pl.)
3rd person cawa (she, he) -nyo (her, his) reka (they) -renak (their)

To use the noun "keme", which means hand, there is a lot of possessive combinations:

  • kemeko = my hand
  • kememo = your hand
  • kemenyo = his / her hand
  • kemehame = our hand (not you included)
  • kemehite = our hand (you included)
  • kemekeno = your hand (you guys, you people)
  • kemerenak = their hand

However, plural pronouns should not be confused with the sentences:

Keme-kemerenak = Their hands

Reka yo keme-keme. = They are hands.

The notable difference is seen, in which in the second sentence, the word "adalah" is placed, which means is or am.

There are some pronouns for objects like:

Eni -----> "This"

Eti -----> "That"

In order to tell "this one" or "that one", place the word "yang" in order to be "yang ini" or "yang itu".

Dini----> "Here"

Dina --------> "There"

Garini =====> "Like this"

Gariti =====> "Like that"

Nature (Pelokar) Edit

sun = alaro

moon = pongan

star = petin

sky = langet

cloud = awan

rain = ocan

fire = pepai

water = tanom

wind = wongin

snow = salja

land, soil = tena

mountain = pontok

hill = puket

valley = lempak

plains = tate

tree = pono

flower = bolekanga

desert = korun

forest = hutan

sand = pesir

grass = tamo

island = pelu

archipelago = kapeluan

river = uwalok

sea = lota

ocean = lotaan

earthquake = kempa

tsunami = sonami

storm = repat

typhoon = patehi

snowstorm = repat salja

Basic Connectives (Pangkunik Basek) Edit

Connective Ular Connective Connective Ular Connective
for, to prono, ki like (comparison) kayok
and ceka that (stating) ne
nor mopon because kerena
but, yet tapi of, from mora
or ato is yo
so kang at, on, in teke
if kalo about mangane
except carale according to... resana
has, have, with tengen should aroso
than (comparison) terap by niwale
meanwhile samentara while samentara, hebang
let pawar since wicu
before seplom after setla
even, even if pun as sopaka
without tanpa again urene
don't hewak only onga
can tapet really aruka
until sempe

Subjects (Sapjek-sapjek) Edit

Mathematics = Matematika

Social Studies = Atotoan Maseraket

History = Riwayat

Geography = Jokrapi

Economics = Atotoan Ekonomik

Civics = Atotoan Siwik

Science = Sensa

English = Pasa Ingkris

Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH) = Musik, Seni, Atotoan Pisikal, dan Kalosokan

Technology and Livelihood Education = Atotoan Teknoloji ceka Kapohopan

Home Economics = Atotoan Ekonomik Papale

Countries (Nakra-nakra) Edit

U.S.A. = Amerika / Unitu Nekri-nekri Amerika (U.N.A.)

Philippines = Pilipinas

Panau = Panau

Malaysia = Malaysia

Indonesia = Indonesia

Vietnam = Wietnam

Thailand = Tailan

China = Cina

Japan = Yapon

Korea = Korya

U.K. = Pritanya Raya / Karajahan Parwisa (K.P.)

India = Paharata / Hindya

Saudi Arabia = Saudi Arapya

France = Pranses

Spain = Spanya

Italy = Italya

Russia = Rusia

Germany = Alemanya

Brazil = Pracil

Mongolia = Mongkolya

Kazakhstan = Kacakistan

Pakistan = Pakistan

Iran = Iran / Persya

Iraq = Irak

Israel = Israel

Turkey = Turka

Greece = Helinika

Vehicles (Lauka-lauka) Edit

car = karte

motorcycle = motosakel

bicycle = sipet, besakel

tricycle = terisakel

unicycle = unisakel

pedicab = petikap

scooter = skuter

truck = trak

bus = bas

van = wan

train = kartepe

boat = pangka

ship = kapal

airplane = erplen

helicopter = helikopter

Directions (Erewana-erewana) Edit

north = otare

south = slitan

west = parat

east = timur

northwest = otare parat

northeast = otare timur

southwest = slitan parat

southeast = slitan timur

up = erotas

down = paweh

left = klowa

right = kenen

front = herep

back = lekur

Affixes (Apik-apik) Edit

Prefix (Prepik) Edit

pom-, pong- = what his/her job or doing is.

por- = to be, to have

nom-, nong- = to do

te- = was done, did

nen- = more, less (comparative)

tor- = most, least (superlative, adj.) / accidentally (verb)

sa- = one thing (Filipino sang-), (Malay / Indonesian se-)

mo- = sets the gloss of an adjective (Fil. ma-, ka-)

Suffix (Supik) Edit

-ko = asking the question curiously

-lo= saying politely, stressing the sentence

-an = suffix that makes new words

-in= results in a verb indicating causation; making or causing something to happen.

Confix (Konpik) Edit

ka- -an= (English -ness), noun referring to a place or region, etc. (Malay / Indonesian ke- -an), (Filipino ka- -an)

kangak- -an = (English in/un- -ness), negation of ke- -an

po- -an = noun referring to a place or region

Basic Words (Kace Satona) Edit

person = tau, awang

man = rowaki

woman = papaye

city = seti

town = payen

country = nakera

animal = hewup

plant = taneman

house = pele

language = pasa

province = prowinsa

region = reyon

race (people) = ras

earth = pume

Technology (Teknoloji) Edit

computer = komputer

cellphone = selpon

tablet = taplet

television = telewise

radio = retyo

refrigerator = reprijeretor

microwave = mikrowep

CD disk = tisik Citi

bulb = polep

Government (Ponghala) Edit

government = ponghala

president = panjolo

vice president = panjolo wise

senator = senator

senate = senat

law = hokom

court = hokoman

community, society = pemenyan, maserakat

politics = politik

economics = ekonomik

factory = paprik

product = protuk

Mathematical Operations (Operase Matematikal) Edit

addition = atise, atampaan

add = atampa

subtraction = suptrakse, pawesan

subtract = pawes

multiplication = multiplikase, pehakan

multiply = pehak

division = tiwise, kolahowaan

divide = kolahowa

fraction = prakse

... over ... (... / ...) = ... pere ...

1/2 = wisa pere tua

1/3 = wisa pere atol

1/10 = wise pere sepluh

equals / equals to... = somu (sama)

Emotions (Emose-emose) Edit

happy = sanang

sad = lungku

angry = ngaklet

laugh, laughter = tawe

worry = wona

doubt = rakowo

pity, mercy = cepar

scared, fear = tekot, katekotan

nervous = merti

depression = kalungkuan, deprese