Hom

Home
Namano

Name
Padaha

Father
Madaha

Mother
Mira

Car
Mora

Cat
Yiba

Dog
Biriku

Bird
Tomaka

Tomato
Popuke

Potato
Miya

Water
Ji

Tea
Hitoku

Language
Miza

Table
Kan

Bread
Sop

Soup
Kana/Kanani

Fish
Yohojuba

Elephant


Mouse


Lion
Zutihi

Lemon
kukumis

Cucumber


Salad


Salt
A'pu

Apple
Takomi

Ice cream


Chocolate


Sugar

Komuhu

dresses
Kanahu

fishes
Tomakahu

tomatoes
Popukehu

potatoes


cars
Monohu

boys
Kojigahu

girls


tables
Morahu

cats
Yibahu

dogs
Yohojubahu

elephants
Birikuhu

birds
To make a plural form of a noun, just add "-hu" in the end of the noun. No irregular plural.
bateñi namano

my name
dameñi namano

your name
anitañi namano

her/his name
bateñi hom

my home
dameñi hom

your home
anitañi hom

her/his home


bategañi namano

our name
damegañi namano

your name
anitagañi namano

their name
bategañi hom

our home
damegañi hom

your home
anitagañi hom

their home
The possessive is in the pronoun, always. To make possessive a pronoun, just add "-ñi" to the end of the pronoun. No irregulars


from home


at home


to home


from box


in box


to box


from table


on table


to table