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Ular language
Pasa Ular 
Pronunciation: IPA: (pah-SAH OOH-lar)
Spoken in: Panau
Total speakers: 3,900
Language family: Austronesian
 Malayo-Polynesian (MP)
  Nuclear MP
   Ularic
    Ular language
Language codes
ISO 639-1: ul
ISO 639-2: ul
ISO 639-3: ur

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.

Related to Bahasa Panau, this one also has Malay and Indonesian loanwords, but the only difference is that it has more Micronesian, Hindi, Tamil and Thai words than Bahasa Panau.

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...

Greetings Edit

Hello! = Halo!

Goodbye! = Bay!

How are you? = Kau pieng?

I'm fine. = Piengak. / Yak aw pieng.

I'm not fine. = Tak piengak. / Yak aw tak pieng.

What is your name? = Kep ngolanam?

My name is ... = Ngolanak aw ...

Where are you from? = Tau-diaw kau?

I'm from ... = Tau-... yak.

Where do you live? = Diaw aturaanam?

I live in ... = Aturaanak ud ...

How old are you? = Menoh toyaam?

I am ... years old. = Toyaak aw ...

Nice to meet you. = Sanang sesip tewi kau.

Good morning. = Dloy amut.

Good noon. = Dloy tengali.

Good afternoon. = Dloy sor.

Good night. = Dloy waab.

Yes. = Yeh.

No. = Tak.

Maybe. = Atono.

Thank you. = Jangih!

Thank you so much. = Jangih banhak!

You're welcome = Awu.

Excuse me. = Angep.

Sorry. = Sori.

  • halo = hello
  • bay = bye, goodbye
  • kau = you
  • pieng = good
  • -ak = my, mine
  • yak = I, me
  • aw = am, is
  • tak = no, not
  • kep = what
  • ngolan = name
  • -am = your
  • tau- = person from, person to do
  • diaw = where
  • atura = live
  • -an = place suffix
  • ud = at, on, in
  • menoh = how many
  • toya = age
  • sanang = happy
  • sesip = -ing <present tense>
  • tewi = meet
  • dloy = beautiful
  • amut = morning
  • tengali = noon
  • sor = afternoon
  • waab = night, evening
  • yeh = yes
  • atono = maybe
  • jangih = thank, thank you
  • banhak = many
  • awu = welcome, you're welcome
  • angep = excuse, excuse me
  • sori = sorry

Numbers (Peluang-peluang) Edit

Numbers Ular Native Numbers Sanskrit-based Numbers
0 siro sunya
1 wisa eka
2 dua duwi
3 atol teri
4 apet cator
5 lima panja
6 anem siasa
7 petuy sapeta
8 woluy asita
9 siam nawa
10 sepluh dasa
11 seplas ekadasa
12 duaplas duwidasa
13 atolplas teridasa
20 duapluh wimsati
50 limapluh panjasati
100 segatus siatim
1,000 selibu sahasra
10,000 sepluh libu ayuta
100,000 segatus libu lakisia
1 million semoli prauta
1 billion seboli abja
1 trillion setroli antayam

Cardinal: Add [tuay] + number

Color (Warna-warna) Edit

red = moreh

orange = orenj

yellow = holang

green = jau

blue = nelah

purple = bawoy

brown = warna sokolat / warna kopi

black = etim

white = proti

pink = kolai rosa

Language, Do you Speak ...? Edit

Do you speak ...? = Kau sesip plodu ...?

I speak ... / I speak ... language. = Ploduak pasa ...

Do you understand? = Mawenam? / Kau mawen?

Yes, I understand. = Yeh, yak mawen. / Yeh, mawenak.

No, I do not understand. = Tak, yak tak mawen.

  • plodu = speak, talk
  • pasa = language
  • mawen = understand

Questions (Tenuong-tenuong) Edit

English Ular
who inot
what kep
when rauy
where diaw
why mangelop
which miep
how angor
how many menoh
how much mekeneh

Animals (Hiwan-hiwan) Edit

dog = ajo

cat = use

cow = ngikan

horse = etoru

goat = kiamping

bird = uben

chicken = anuak

parrot = parut

duck = isik

lizard = buteke

crocodile = buhaya

bee = buyok

ant = kieman

mosquito = emek

housefly = rewe

monkey = manci

pig = ablay

lion = sikem

tiger = majan

bear = manahir

elephant = gajeh

squid = poset

deer = rusa

rhino = rino

snake = ular

owl = hageb

rabbit = aronep

fish = sokre

Flavors (Lasa-lasa) Edit

sweet = raklok

sour = titung

salty = awed

spicy = yaen

bitter = pyik

fresh = kampor

delicious = serap

hot = pudut

cold = damis

Parts of the Body (Ansang-ansang Ketawan) Edit

hair = bowek

eyes = mata

ears = tiela

nose = ibodan

mouth = bebog

tongue = daleh

head = woru

face = muka

neck = liwik

shoulder = tlodpab

arms = woaw

hands = tangan

fingers = dewael

chest = yada

belly = can

hips = bewang

legs = tuglong

knees = tripi

feet = kaki

toes = dewael ud kaki

heart = jantong

liver = atay

blood = ugubo

skin = balat

Seasons (Sisun-sisun) Edit

spring = haru

summer = natu

autumn = aki

winter = puyu

Members of the Family (Member-member pamili) Edit

father = pang

mother = mang

child = anek

sibling = wapyi

grandfather = apeng riaki / detok

grandmother = apeng babaye / nanuk

parent = pinduk

cousin = sieke

uncle = kepinduk reaki / paman

auntie = kepinduk babaye / bebi

in-law = benon

partner (husband/wife) = asuami

niece / nephew = pamakiw

Plurality (Pluraliti) Edit

Just repeat a noun, like for example, children = anok-anok, goat = kiamping-kiamping, etc.

Pronouns (Pronun-pronun) Edit

person singular form possessive singular form plural form
1st per. exclusive yak (I, me) -ak (my, mine) yewi (we, excluding you)
1st per. inclusive hami (we, including you)
2nd person kau (you) -am (your) dnong (you people)
3rd person sua (he)

nua (she)

-say (his)

-nay (here)

hewir (they)

Since there are no possessive forms for plural pronouns, use the formula: (noun) + (pronoun).

To use the noun "aju"which means dog, has a lot of possessive combinations

  • ajuak = my dog
  • ajuam= your dog
  • ajusay= his dog
  • ajunay = her dog
  • aju yewi = our dog (not including you)
  • aju hami = our dog (including you)
  • aju dnong = your dog (you guys)
  • aju hewir = their dog

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

Aju-aju hewir = Their dogs

Hewir aw aju-aju. = They are dogs.

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

There are some pronouns for objects like:

Ayo -----> "This"

Jip -------> "That"

In order to tell "this one" or "that one", and etc,:

Dayo -------> "Here"

Dajip -------> "There"

Gayo =====> "Like this"

Gajip ====> "Like that"

Nature (Kaprigitan) Edit

sun = adlaw

moon = broan

star = wonjang

sky = langet

cloud = penud

rain = baris

water = tonom

wind = angen

snow = himar

land, soil = tanah

mountain = bundok

hill = bunggit

valley = lembah

plains = eploi / kaeploian

tree = pohon / pokok

flower = bungalak

desert = enjot

sand = bengoi

grass = rupmot

island = pelo

archipelago = kapeloan

Basic Connectives (Konektib-konektib Basik) Edit

Connective Ular Connective Connective Ular Connective
for, to joh like (comparison) pering
and dan that (stating) kehok
nor wate because kerna
but, yet tapay of, from driow
or atu is aw
so miat at ud
if jika about tengol
except meliban according to... anorot
has, have, with toedto should darapat
than (comparison) kisa by aley
meanwhile suantarta while hepuang
let mari since ugol
before sabelom after satoleh
even, even if ketne as sekor
without reyuap again lagi
don't jangan only baariw
can ablis really kolimu

Subjects (Sabjek-sabjek) Edit

Mathematics = Matematik

Social Studies = Ngorin Masyarakat

History = Katiwelan

Geography = Jograpi

Economics = Ekonomiks

Civics = Sibiks

Science = Sayans

English = Pasa Englisi

Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH) = Sengwit, Sening, Ngorin Pisikal, dan Kalusukan

Technology and Livelihood Education = Ngorin Teknoloji dan Karepluan

Home Economics = Ekonomiks Wahe

Good Manners and Right Conduct = Paran Pieng dan Konduk Aye

  • ngor = study
  • -in = connective, (Filipino -in)
  • masyarakat = community, society
  • tiwel = history
  • ka- -an = connective, (Malay / Indonesian ke- -an), (Filipino ka- -an)
  • sengwit = music
  • sening = art
  • lusuk = vigor, strength (Filipino lusog)
  • replu = life of a person
  • wahe = house, home
  • paran = manner, way of doing
  • aye = right way to do

Countries (Nakra-nakra) Edit

U.S.A. = Amerika / Nakra Berwisa Amerika

Philippines = Pilipinas

Panau = Panau

Malaysia = Melaysia

Indonesia = Indonesia

Vietnam = Vietnam

Thailand = Tanah Thai

China = Caina

Japan = Yapun

Korea = Koria

U.K. = Karajahan Berwisa / Karajahan Berwisa Britanya

India = Berata

Saudi Arabia = Saudi Arabia / Karajahan Saudi Arabia

France = Prans

Spain = Ispein

Italy = Itali

Russia = Rasia

Germany = Jermani

Brazil = Brasil

Mongolia = Mongolia

Kazakhstan = Kasakstan

Pakistan = Pakistan

Iran = Airan

Iraq = Airak

Israel = Israyel

Turkey = Turki

Greece = Helinika

  • nakra = country, nation
  • wisa = one
  • ber- = have, had
  • rajah = king

Vehicles (Lukan-lukan) Edit

car = kereta

motorcycle = motorsaikel

bicycle = duasiklet, baisikel

tricycle = atolsiklet, traisikel

unicycle = wisasiklet, yunisaikel

pedicab = pedikab

scooter = skuter

truck = trak

bus = bus

van = ban

boat = bangka

ship = jahatya

airplane = wiman

helicopter = helikopter

Directions (Direksi-direksi) Edit

north = rawoh

south = slorat

west = baret

east = timur

up = rehnas

down = mudun

left = kaowa

right = kinen

front = hawep

back = soret

Affixes (Apiks-apiks) Edit

Prefix (Prepiks) Edit

tau- = states where the person is from, what his/her job or doing is.

ber- = to be, to have

miam- = to do (future tense)

ti- = did (past tense)

nwon- = more, less (comparative)

der- = most, least (superlative)

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

pto- = states what thing is used for (Filipino pang-)

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

Suffix (Sapiks) Edit

-keh = asking a question curiously (last word only!)

-lah = saying politely (last word only!)

-in / -an = stating the use of a noun or verb (Filipino -in, -an)

Confix (Konpiks) Edit

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

ka- -takan = (English in/un- -ness), negation of ke- -an (Malay / Indonesian ketidak- -an)

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

Basic Words (Silata Basik) Edit

person = tau

man = riaki

woman = babaye

city = pura

town = bandar

country = nakra

animal = hiwan

plant = ronow

house = wahe

language = pasa

province = wilayah, probinsi

region = rantaw

race (people) = neteng

earth = bahumi, dayongad

Technology (Teknoloji) Edit

computer = kompiuter

cellphone = selpon

tablet = tablet

television = telebisi

radio = radio

refrigerator = reprijereitor

microwave = maikroweib

CD disk = disk CD

bulb = buhilam

Government (Kamehoran) Edit

government = kamehoran (root word mehor meaning govern, ka- -an)

president = panjolo

vice president = panjolo bisi

senator = senator

senate = senat

law = soku

court = sokuan

community, society = masyarakat

politics = politiks

economics = ekonomiks

factory = paktori

product = produk

Mathematical Operations (Operasi Matematikal) Edit

addition = katambahan

add = tambah

subtraction = kahikian

subtract = hiki

multiplication = kagunaan

multiply = guna

division = kajurangan

divide = jurang

fraction = oten

... over ... (... / ...) = ... teb ...

1/2 = wisa teb dua / separoh (half)

1/3 = wisa teb atol / sengarat

1/10 = wisa teb sepluh / sepulir

equals / equals to... = masarwi

Emotions (Emosi-emosi) Edit

happy = sanang

sad = romoleh

angry = tagkaw

laugh, laughter = tawa

worry = jaeh

doubt = polem

pity, mercy = omawi

scared, fear = akot, kaakotan

nervous = aplot

depression = karomolehan, depresi

Adjectives (Ajektib-ajektib) Edit

tall = wawed

big = salir

short, small, little, tiny = kuhet

beautiful = dloy

handsome = oteh

ugly = puplawa

fat = arumak

thin = tilow

strong, powerful = kaah

weak = daip

wise, intelligent, knowledgeable = brosek

fool = aylok

kind, good = pieng

bad = senem

many = banhak

few = kuntia

great = raya

tight = hikipet

loose = wower

bright = lanewak

dark = okep

high = saal

low = reknew

smooth = bosuay

rough = asnil

new = balu

old, ancient = nyako

old (age) = tuanda

young = puewa

fast = dalus

slow = jusawa

early = uyapu

late = lete

thick = tapel

complete = komplit

complicated = komplikadi

hot = pudut

cold = damis

weird = enah

easy = ruru

hard = lowe

rich = gansoh

poor = kaketle

sharp = oyem

brave = werpeng, kawerpengan

coward, fearful = reyakot

free, independent = ngalayta

colorful = kawarnaan (ka- -an)

crazy = krawi

raw = etpagur

frozen = jengig

burning, overcooked = sesip longew (longew = burn)

shy, shame = owet

different = kalain (root word "lain" meaning other)

none, nothing = timo

funny = sojoeng

native = aseli

origin, original = aseli, aselian

wide = baor

narrow = sejket

close = lapi

open = payew

expensive = mayom

cheap = orema

safe = aman

etc...

Placing adjectives should be: (noun) + (adjective).

Placing very [wojak]: (adjective) + [wojak]

If it is a cardinal adjective: (number) + (noun).

School-related Things (Mewa-mewa ugunay Pahedalan) Edit

student = tau hedal

teacher = tau ngowi

learn, study = hedal

teach = ngowi

school = pahedalan / sekolah

pencil = pensil

bolpen = bolpen

paper = paperis

chalk = kokelas

crayon = krayon

draw = hwehik

paint = akami

scholar = iskolar

medal = medal

test, exam = eksam / eksaminasi / test

quiz = kwis

seatwork = sitwerk

answer = jrisab

chart = cart

globe = glob

map = mapi / mapa / map

Verbs (Berb-berb) Edit

speak, say, tell = plodu

draw = hwehik

know = kreuy

understand = mawen

live, settle = atura

to answer = menrisab

teach = ngowi

study, learn = hedal

to color = berwarna

see, sight = klohota

hear = dadung

smell = remye

feel = masosa

taste = hwopoye

touch = wawaek

hold = hlawek

continue = broewey

find = ninsa

smile = ngiti

frown = wopuher

watch (as in to watch someting) = nodun

save, save someone = surang

buy = balei

sell = mawekrik

hide = sahar

need = klangiyen

beat (a person in battle, etc.) = teng

bring = lempwa

arrive = sikom

leave, depart = supaya

stay = ewon

to cross, to go = kapiat

trade = kalakal / kalakalan

to tease = swope

to fight = progrob

to do = saraksek

shout = yiap

cry = harok

walk = guso

run = iyemo

fall = wabawahik

stand = sloper

sit = rubu

hop = lukesew

fly = brono

play = ebusa

to assign = kedeng

to pinch = kedel

eat = karin

drink = wompum

take = sapyol

like, want = hakaley

believe = kimana

dance = seyen

act = jablu

change = menalet

call = ikula

sleep = roroek

use = amit

rebel, to be against = rebalu

etc...

Food (Dokenan-dokenan) Edit

eat = doken

food = dokenan

meat = sulep

beef = sulep ngikan

pork = sulep ablay

chicken = sulep anuak

squid = sulep poset

fish = sulep sokre

fruit = mowek

vegetables = sihol

hotdog = hatdog

sausage = soseij

rice = begos

milk = rahos

chocolate = sokolat

salad = salad

egg = ronas

apple = apal

orange = oreinj

grape, grapes = awungul

pear = peyer

mango = ngoglet

banana = homoni

tamarind = semplek

guava = bawabat

candy = kendi

cracker, crackers = kraker

wafer = weiper

jelly = jeli

lollipop = lolipap

ice cream = aiskrim

vinegar = titung

soy sauce = horow

ketchup, catsup = ketesap

sauce = kelarnas

gravy = greibi

carrot = karot

cabbage = rusawen

lettuce = retos

celery = seleri

cheese = panir

oil = monetuak

etc...

Date and Time (Kworo dan Rliap) Edit

Date (Kworo) Edit

Months (Broan) Edit

January = Januari

February = Pebrari

March = Marc

April = April

May = Mei

June = Jun

July = Julai

August = Ogost

September = September

October = Oktober

November = Nobember

December = Desember

Days of the Week (Adlaw Jayoet) Edit

Sunday = Rawi

Monday = Soma

Tuesday = Mangala

Wednesday = Boda

Thursday = Bihi

Friday = Siukra

Saturday = Siani

Other Terms Edit

month = broan

day = adlaw

week = jayoet

year = hibluk

Time (Rliap) Edit

hour = belotu

minute = gwataw

second = esat

am = amut

pm (afternoon) = sor

pm (night) = waab

Example: November 27, 2:35 pm = Nobember duapluh petuy adlaw, dua belotu atolpluh gwataw sor.

Frequency Edit

every = najwo (najwo adlaw, najwo broan, najwo hibluk)

People and Society, etc. (Tau-tau dan Masyarakat, etc.) Edit

people = tau

community, society = masyarakat

living = karepluan

religion, belief = samparatya

technology = teknoloji

government = kamehoran

culture = kalasaram

tradition = prombor

race of people = kitu

species, specimen = spesi, spesimen

language = pasa

native language = pasa aseli (original)

sign language = pasa samikot (sign)

communicate = berkomunikasi

start = amoley

end = aher

conversation = kaploduan

inside = nganob

outside = lembes

...

Romance (Pahabatan) Edit

I love you. = Yak habat kau.

Do you love me? = Kau habat yak?

I love you so much. = Yak habat kau banhak.

I want you. = Yak hakaley kau.

You're beautiful. = Kau aw dloy. / Dloy kau.

You're handsome. = Kau aw oteh. / Oteh kau.

You're sexy. = Kau aw seksi. / Seksi kau.

You're attractive. = Kau aw kelokten. / Kelokten kau. (lokten = attract)

Can we have a moment? = Ablis hami wobom? (wobom = moment)

I'm (...) = Yak aw (...). / (...) yak.

single = lajang

married = dirangsal (rangsal = marry)

widowed = dimotis (motis = widow)

divorced = dikumo (kumo = divorce)

complicated = disayar (sayar = complicate)

...

Tenses (Tiakang-tiakang) Edit

Past: sodeh (already), naday (distant past), ngenga (recent past)

Present: setep, sekrang (now)

Future: inoni (will), darapat (should), katakal (distant future), slapot (near future)

Events (Penalari-penalari) Edit

Happy Birthday! = Sanang Adlaw Anakan!

Happy New Year! = Sanang Balu Hibluk!

Merry Christmas! = Sanang Krismas! / Sanang Adlaw Noel!

Happy Easter! = Sanang Adlaw Paskah!

Happy Anniversary! = Sanang Anibersari! / Sanang Adlaw Karangsalan!

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