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An important feature in both Sa^a and Ulawa is the use of shortened forms of the personal pronouns in the three persons singular and of additional forms in the third person plural, and the suffixing of these as objects to verbs and prepositions.
This is the practice of Solomon Island languages generally.
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The number of persons who live on Ulawa and who speak Ulawa is not more than i ,200 at the outside; but the language has a certain and c(msiderable extrinsic importance in view of the fact that a number of villages on Ugi, the island lying off the east coast of San Cristoval, have Ulawa teachers^ and are using Ulawa books. The true Sa'a speech is spoken in its purity at two villages only, Sa'a itself and A'ulu.
But the difl Ferences between Sa^a and Qaloto (Pwaloto), the language of the majority of the inhabitants of Little Malaita, 4,000 or 5,000 in number, are so slight, amounting largely to variety in accent and intonation, that Sa'a may be said to be the prin- cipal language of Little Malaita.
Malaita is composed of two islands, commonly called Big and Little Malaita, separated by a narrow channel designated Mara Masiki Chan- nel on the Admiralty chart, but called Laloi Su'u (literally '' within-the- inlet '0 hy the people who use the languages presented here. Wangft, San Cristoval, Solomon Islands Wtdau, Bartle Bay, New Guinea.
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Codrington has not marked it in his grammar of Florida) ; anggu and ana certainly occur, cf.
ganagana oli anggu remembering me, ganagana oli ana remembering him.
253 PRESS OF GIBSON BROTHERS WASHINGTON PREFACE, The two languages, Sa'a and Ulawa of which a dictionary is here presented, belong to one of the Melanesian groups of the Oceanic family of languages. 'ateni tr., 'alami lalo, to plan, to set out, a garden; 'aioni ku'o, to set a net; 'stout u€, to steep and dye strips of cane; ku's U 'aio'aio, to wind dyed cane.