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Huttese was the language spoken by the Hutts. For the canon article, see starwars:Huttese.

This page serves as a reference guide / dictionary of Huttese words.

adj. = adjective, adv. = adverb, astron. = astronomy, bot. = botany, conj. = conjunctive, num. = numeral, p.p. = past participle, prp. = preposition, v. = verb, zool. = zoology

Huttese - EnglishEdit

a - for, to prp.

achi - port

achur - departure

achura - depart

achuta - hello

agal - choose

ainti - have no/not

akia - prefer

alda - swim

aldi - swimmer

aley - late

aleypa - evening

alipa - inventive

ama - come

amana - teach

amani - teacher

amauta - skilful

amba wide

ambuno ocean

ame that conj.

angas blue

Ani Anakin

anko this time

anku their

antari Tuesday

Anti Mars astron.

antua vehicle

apa water

api wet

ari day

arma bathe

armi bather

armu bath

arpa reach

arua April

asha watch v.

ashka much

aspa [continuous present]

ati can v.

awar blood

aya ancestor

ayba chicken zool.

aygo dog zool.

ayna borrow

ayo ancestry

babu confuse

baja old woman

bala meat

bamba strength

ban man

bana sister

banka bank

banki go

bantha bantha zool.

banwan men, people

bargon bargain

bata thing

bato make

baza begin

bi next, next time

bicha catch

biska nine num.

blasto blaster

bo those

boj hundred num.

boka red

bola gather

bon drop v.

bongo shoulder

bosa lead v.

boshka de look for

bosi leader

boska let us go

boya exterminate v.

buda happen v.

buga ripen v.

bugas February

buki favorite; boy

bun (yo) you have

bunga believe v.

buti us

cha is, he is

chaka dry adj.

chakar mortar

chaki drier

chana judge v.

chang right (just) adj.

chani judge n.

chanta unite v.

chasa distribute v.

chasi distributor

chaska star

chawa race

chay there

chaya fish

che measure n.

che kopa price

chempe brown adj.

chesa careful adj.

chesko carefully adv.

chi sa did, did you

chiga true adj.

chigan straight adj.

chigat fraction (1/..)

chigu truth

chikan hate v.

china Chinese adj.

ching quiet adj.

chinka charge (money) v.

chiri cold adj.

chisa clear adj.

chisku messenger

chispo finally adv.

chita cheat v.

cho die v.

chobo him

choda civilized system

choko implement v.

chone and

chong ten num.

chonge -teen num.

chonki best adj.

choska mere adj.

chuba you?

chuga thirsty adj.

chuka hair

chul cold n.

chulta dive v.

chulti diver

chunkay admit v.

chuppa fan

chusa empty adj.

chuta somewhere

chuy single adj.

chuzu find v.

da [-ed]

daa that

daga by, according prp.

dampa waste dump

dana home n.

danko home adv.

dar too, also

dawa four num.

de for, of prp.

deza March

di in, of

di kato where

disa personality

do [-ed p.p.]

do belia nok scum

do pat misguided

do tikti fed up

doba tell v.

doga sing v.

dogi singer

dogu song

dongol near adj.

dongol a near to

dono near prp.

donomas neighbor

donu approach v.

dopa two num.

dopo bi-, di-

dowat wait v.

doy that is

duga bitter adj.

duki fail v.

dunki young man

dupi move v.

dusta duster

duwa his

dwana sell v.

dwani seller

e and

enki be v.

erga child

ga of prp.

gaba read v.

gala healthy adj.

galu health

gan more, -er (comparative)

ganda watch v.

gandi guard n.

ganta bring v.

gapari cry (shout) v.

gar rather

gara air

gari male adj.

gasa freeze v.

gasu frost

gata buy v.

gati buyer

Gatol Mercury astron.

gatolari Wednesday

gatu market

geli dirty adj.

gera feed v.

gesi peaceful adj.

geso peace

gespi glass

geta early

gethen dark adj.

getpa morning

gi let v.

giba stay v.

gilu naked adj.

gir act, action

giwa coward adj.

goba seven num.

goch lake

goda follow v.

gola beginning

golki silver

gopa rich adj.

gopu January

gora herb bot.

gori gold

gosu husband

Grido Greedo

gu [-th after numerals]

gula bad adj.

gulpa lose v.

gulu bad adj.

gur guest

gushu meal

gutu better

haa who

hagwa do not

hampa heal v.

hampi doctor

hamporo pharmacy

hampremi hospital

hampu medicine

hana high adj.

hanga sky

hania hand over v.

hapi hold v.

hasa fall v.

hatari raise (something) v.

hatta glorious adj.

hattak Hutt-size adj.

hatti Huttese adj.

hatun big adj.

hay how much

haz all, each, every

hesa easy adj.

hesko easily

higi zero

hili juice

himpi somebody

hina like adv.

hira ability

ho it acc.

Hocha Saturn astron.

hochari Saturday

hoda compete

hodrada challenge n.

hoga amuse v.

hogu July

hok alien adj.

honga week

hono who rel.

honta saturate v.

hopa help v.

hopo know v.

hosa what if

hota hour

huch number

hucha calculate v.

hugu bear zool. n.

huha them

hunto eight num.

huta stranger

ichaga but

Ilapa Jupiter astron.

ilapari Thursday

iman for (duration) prp.

impi color

imuro May

ingola English adj.

inka [un--able]

intari Sunday

inti sun

ipa I may

iskay both num.

isok at all

ispona Spanish adj.

isti do

itola Italian adj.

ix I will

ja [-able]

Jabba Jabba

jaga foot

jagar land (to till)

jala beach

jalom wink v.

jana last (final) adj.

janki scrapmetal

Jaska Venus astron.

jaskari Friday

jay light (not heavy) adj.

je me

Jeday Jedi

jenki throw v.

jey arrival

jeya arrive v.

ji I

jiji we

jimpa opposite prp.

jimpu forehead

jinga lose (way) v.

jisa in prp.

jiwa leave v.

jompi belt

joppay when

jor with prp.

jori son

jospi fly zool.

ka this

kabuk enough

kachari permission

kachi salt n.

kahina thus

kaja send v.

kaji sender

kalia disappointment

kalka coupling

kalkat perfect adj.

kama until prp.

kancha light (not dark) adj.

kanchi light n.

kanga bake v.

kani bite v.

kanja farm

kanki style

kanuta money

kapa hand

kapas very

kapi catch v.

kara skin

karas give v.

karita card

karki sour adj.

karko oxygen

karku oxide

karu distance

kasa break v.

kaska stick v.

kasku ticket

kasta show v.

katua meet v.

kava how

kayari learn v.

kayna last (the one before) adj.

kaynari yesterday

kayu language

ke that conj.

kelem coal

kelen willing adj.

kelenko willingly

kelga write v.

kelgar book

kelgi writer

kelgoro library

keru hot (spicy) adj.

keten rate

ki what

ki- short

kiba after (direction)

kiban after prp.

kicha open v.

kichi regret n.

kido return v.

kikal narrow adj.

kila moon

kilari Monday

kilia kill

kilin head, top

kilina beginning

kim without prp.

kimposta blind adj.

kin three num.

kio yellow adj.

kipuna shoot v.

kirim dumb adj.

kirina deaf adj.

kiru tooth

kispa free adj.

kita six num.

kiya short adj.

ko [-ly, adverbial particle after adjectives]

kocha active adj.

kochkoyari sport

koga bed

kolka smuggle v.

kolki smuggler

kolpa run v.

kolpi runner

komer green adj.

kon poor adj.

konchi where

kong now

kongari this day

konia only

kopa value n.

kopa cost v.

korku body

koshka half

koth good

koto recognize

kox it will, he must be

koyari exercise v.

koza live v.

kozona residence

krispo fry v.

ku this one

kuchi pig

kul we (you and I), us (you and me)

kuli purple adj.

kulia de possess

kun imperial

kuna going

kunga forget v.

kur mind power

kusak June

kushu cruiser

kusi happy adj.

kuta cut v.

kutis knife

la they

lanka till v.

lanki farmer

lanku expensive adj.

lasko slowly

laso slow adj.

lia nice

longa take (medicine) v.

lonta try v.

lorda lord

lota lap v.

loya out (direction)

loyan outside adv.

lugas exit, go out

lumba cuisine, kitchen

lumbi cook n.

lumbu cook v.

luspi flee v.

luto percent

ma my

machu old adj.

magach wash v.

maja pleasure

maji classic adj.

maka repay v.

makachisa payoff

makan if

malia long

mana nothing

manabu nobody

manay I will end up

manja fear n.

manta because

manu mother

marka land (country)

mas fellow

masa again

masu bat zool.

may which

maya weak-minded adj.

mayu river

me I am, I have

men (yo) I have

met I would

meta period

migu starch

mika eat v.

mikremi restaurant

miku food

mila wash (hands) v.

milona toilet

mindi ya methinks

miski sweet adj.

misku honey

mita own v.

miya ugly adj.

mo at prp.

mogana war

mogani warrior

moki place v.

monia lend v.

monku old (worn) adj.

mos station

mota motor

moy round adj.

moya turn around v.

muga hill

mulia work

mulira payment

muna love v.

muna ja pretty adj.

muni lover

muri bounty

muru seed

musta front

na is

nacho shop n.

na di kato where is

naga want v.

nal jewel

nami so that

nara pain

nay of prp.

nazba order v.

nazda strike v.

ne not

nedo press v.

nen un-

nenki be not v.

ney together

ni such a

ni aga and then

nian road

niawi first

nich time, occasion

nichu away

nihon Japanese adj.

niman while n.

nina fire n.

ning put v.

nira burn v.

nishu a lot

nita play (music) v.

nith [superlative]

niuta destroy v.

nix we will

niy immediate adj.

niyko immediately adv.

no some

nobata something

nogat brain

nolia respect, honor

noma around prp.

noni chance

noru breast

notto you won't be able to

nowan some more

nu to (before infinitive)

numa idea

nupa new adj.

nuto to you

nyuma pushed in v.

o or

obi weaver

obo weave v.

oga enemy

oju old man

okal crush v.

ol young adj.

ona [place]

onga ill adj.

org mountain

os little adv.

osaya cheap adj.

oshi daughter

oto will v.

oyga complain v.

pacha earth, world

pachi part

pada country (state)

padamas countryman

padawan statesman

padruna citizen

paga coming adj.

pagari tomorrow

pagi future n.

paguta offer n. + v.

pala full adj.

palko fully

pampa plain n.

pana before prp.

panta wrong adj.

panti pink adj.

panya right (direction) adj.

panyan to the right adv.

papa potato

par ship

para rain v.

pargola December

paru orange (color) adj.

pas also

pasa switch n.

pasti far

patisa friend

pawa power

pay please

pe on, over

pharanga French adj.

phoka blow v.

phuepa sweep up v.

pi when, while

pi- small

pi char never

pich too, too much

pidunki boy

pihota fool

pika name n.

piku call v.

pinka jump v.

pinki springer

pinta street

pinya angry adj.

pirka build v.

pirku building

pisi few adj.

pisku bird

pith less (not more) adj.

piti squash v.

pitu beat v.

piya small adj.

pizgu five num.

poko big-wig

pola fly v.

poli flier

ponka space

ponki stop v.

ponya sleep v.

pora store v.

porata explain v.

poro store n.

poski sour adj.

posku acid

posti sight

pota pod

pudu dung

pugal play v.

pugali player

puka position n.

pul need n.

pulta person

puna say, tell v.

punda neck

punka door

punu work (make effect) v.

punyu weapon

pura each other

puri walk v.

puru orange n.

puska spin v.

puti cha naga bet v.

rada contest n.

rami wife

rana tie v.

randi activate v.

ranti instead of

raylun enjoy v.

rayma October

remi house

ri travel v.

riban traveler

rika know v.

rikas science

riki scientist

riku knowledge

rima speak v.

rina hearing

rini thought n.

rinu ear

rio level n.

ripu leave (go) v.

riti snow v.

ritu snow n.

rituhina snow-white

ruku finger

rumi stone

runa people

runtu egg

rupha hot (warm) adj.

sagaro mass (abundance)

sagi let (permit) v.

salun entire

sama breathe v.

sapa any

sapha root

saru past n.

sarun past adj.

sati insert v.

saya stand v.

sayas status

sayu stop n.

se by prp.

sekak all right

serina hear v.

seruka touch, feel (with the fingers)

sethinga smell v.

sethonga feel (in the heart) v.

setuka look like v.

setuka mo see v.

shado fast adj.

shag slave

shana hunt v.

shani hunter

shiba girl

sinchi hard, difficult adj.

sipha maybe

sith flower

sitha bloom v.

situa August

slimo slimeball

so they are

sochu train

song he, it

sora might be

soyari bounty hunter

stupa fool

suba steal v.

subi thief

sucha wake v.

sunka beard

suti real adj.

suya draw (paint) v.

ta your

taga sometimes

tagwa yes

takia safe adj.

taka scatter v.

taku tar

tala line

tambo hostel

tana detail

tanay female n.

tanga search v.

tangol bow (weapon) n.

tani de give up v.

tanka end v.

tanko in detail

tanku end n.

tanta group

tapa ask v.

tapha seem

tapu question

tara island

tari earn v.

tarpa sow v.

tarpu September

tasa clean v.

tatu source

tawa tower

tegu tree

teko crowd

tekwenti bus

teru father

thaba marry v.

thima word

thimoro dictionary

thimu mouth

thingu nose

thongu heart

thot as

tika brick

tikas initiate v.

tila cause v.

timpa boil v.

tinka think v.

tio sit, settle v.

tirin then

tiroy decoration

titoki time

tiza cargo

to to

togat walnut

togo window

toka division

toki divide v.

tokruna nationality

tolpa da better to

tonka up (direction)

tonkan above adv.

tonta tentacle

tontha bread

topa mo visit v.

tora balance

torona use v.

tota faith

toyu bone

tuda night

tugi greetings

tuku eye

tulun thunder

tumala appreciate v.

tun entire

tunko entirely

tunko la all of them

tupa measure v.

tupu measure n.

tupusha speed

tura brother

tuta from

tuta kato from where

tuto night

u you are going to

uba you

uban fearless

uga gray adj.

uka drink v.

uker you must

uku drink n.

ulwan smuggler

umo you (acc.)

un you are

unas hydrate

unki today

uno water (in compound words)

upa you may

ura descend, go down v.

ura down (direction)

urjenk subject

uro west

uru fruit

uruno underwater adj.

usha quick adj.

ushki hurry v.

ushko quick adv.

ushpa ash

uska for you

uson platform

ut you would

uta you were

utman outlander

ux you will

uya face

uyari understand v.

uykasti expression

uyna accept v.

vo it is

von crop

vota here's

wa when

wacha born v.

waga cry (weep) v.

wak other adj.

waka thank v.

wakas steam

wali well adv.

walia store (shop) n.

wamma pay

wampa hope v.

wanchi paa absolutely no

wanga one num.

wankar drum

wanki message

wankona post office

wanku send (message) v.

wanta why

waronga thousand num.

wasa back (direction)

wasan back adv.

waska rope

waso back n.

wata here

wato year

Watto Watto

welma wool

wena eternal adj.

wenko always

wenta carry v.

wenti carrier

wikas stomach

wila inform v.

wina grow v.

wipi really

wipti shipment

wira fat n.

wishka close v.

wolpa very well

wompu boat

won for

wong put fut.

wonki mighty adj.

ya the

yaba add v.

yacha take v.

yachak student

yagan almost

yako here

yakta city

yaku inside (direction)

yakun within, inside adv.

yana business

yanki change v.

yantho shade

yara bear v.

yara koto acknowledge v.

yarga hungry adj.

yarpa remember v.

yarpu memory

yasa heavy adj.

yavu greet, hail v.

yo have v.

yobas shame

yobas gir outrage

yoka joker

yokat already

yona black adj.

yonka enter, go in

yontaku tar

yoya suffer v.

yuga left (direction)

yugan to the left adv.

yuka ascend, go up v.

yuko east

yun (de bon) jettison v.

yun (de) get rid (of) v.

yupa count v.

yura white adj.

yuras protein

za its

zay deep adj.

zayko deeply


HUTTESE

by Andras Rajki

Huttese is a constructed language, that is, a CONLANG. It was construed by the sound editor of the Star Wars films, Ben Burtt. According to him, Huttese sounds like the language of the Incas, Catua (sic).

Huttese is the language of Jabba the Hutt (of Star Wars fame) and his people, the Hutt. Huttese was also spoken by such non-Hutt creatures as Greedo, Watto and Sebulba and of course, humans like Anakin and droids like C3-PO. Huttese was used as a lingua franca all over the planet Tatooine, especially in its smuggler settlement Mos Eisley and its major city with its huge pod-racing course, Mos Espa.

Phrasebook

Pronunciation

The vowel list is just a-e-i-o-u. The consonants are b-d-g-h-j [like in English jet] and k-l-m-n-p-r-s-t-v-w-y-z. Double vowels: ai (ay) and ey-iy-oy-uy. Other consonants: ch [like in English chat]- ph [like in English top hat]- sh [like in English shine] - th [like in English moth]. Gemination is allowed: bb-mm-pp-tt.

Greetings

English

Huttese

Greetings!

Tugi.

How are you?

Kava na ta galu.

Hello, I am ...!

Achuta me ...

My name is ...

Ma pika na ...

I come from ...

Ji ama tuta ...

I am from ...

Me tuta ...

I live in ...

Ji koza jisa ...

    France
    pada pharanga.

    Italy
    pada itola.

    Japan
    pada nihon.

    Spain
    pada ispona.

    UK
    pada ingola.

    USA
    pada do chanta.

I live here.

Ji koza yako.

I know your country.

Ji rika ta pada.

I know your city.

Ji rika ta yakta.

I am a ...

Me ...

   doctor.
    hampi.

   farmer.
    lanki.

   student.
    yachak.

   teacher.
    amani.

   weaver.
    obi.

   writer.
    kelgi.

Please may I ask a question?

Pay ipa hatari tapu.

Good morning!

Getpa koth.

Good day!

Ari koth.

Good day to you (to a stranger)!

Huta ya nolia.

Good evening!

Aleypa koth.

Good night!

Tuda koth.

Good bye!

Kama bi.

 (until tomorrow)
Kama pagari.

Farewell!

Kama ta kido.

 (until some day)
Kama ari wanga.


English

Huttese

I am (a) ...

Me ...

    French
    pharanga.

    Spanish
    ispona.

Come here!

Ama to yako.


English

Huttese

I am French by ...

Me pharanga daga ...

    birth
    wacha.

    nationality
    tokruna sayas.

    citizenship
    padruna sayas.

    ancestry
    ayo.

    language
    kayu.

Some simple phrases

English

Huttese

Yes.

Tagwa.

No.

Ne.

Please.

Pay.

Thank you.

Waka nuto.

Thank you very much.

Waka nuto ashka.

That is all right. You are welcome.

Doy sekak. Nenki wanta.

I love you.

Umo ji muna.

What do you want?

Ki chuba da naga.

I am sorry!

Ma kichi zay.

Languages

English

Huttese

Do you speak ...

Chuba rima di ...

   Huttese?
    hatta.

   Chinese?
    china.

   English?
    ingola.

   French?
    pharanga.

   Italian?
    itola.

   Japanese?
    nihon.

   Spanish?
    ispona.

I do not speak Huttese.

Ji ne rima di hatta.

Where is the phrase in this book?

Uykasti jisa ka kelgar na di kato.

Just a minute. I shall see if I can find it in this book.

Jalom konia. Ix setuka makan ati ho chuzu jisa ka kelgar.

I understand.

Ji uyari.

I do not understand.

Ji ne uyari.

Could you talk more slowly please?

Pay chuba ati puna lasko wan.

Do you understand me?

Chuba je uyari.

I am hungry.

Me yarga.

I am thirsty.

Me chuga.

Where is the bathroom?

Armu na di kato.

Where is the toilet ?

Milona na di kato.

Some common words

English

Huttese
 
English
Huttese

big

hatun
 
small 
piya

long

malia
 
short
kiya

quick

usha
 
slow
laso

early

geta
 
late
aley

cheap

osaya
 
expensive
lanku

near

dongol
 
far
pasti

hot

rupha
 
cold
chiri

full

pala
 
empty
chusa

easy

hesa
 
difficult
sinchi

heavy

yasa
 
light
jay

open

kicha
 
shut
wishka

right (just)

chang
 
wrong

(mistaken)

panta

old, aged

machu
 
young
ol

old, worn

monku
 
new
nupa

beautiful

soma
 
ugly
miya

good

koth
 
bad
gula

better

gutu
 
worse
gan gula

a lot

nishu
 
a little
os

Yourself

English

Huttese

I am ... years old.

Men yo wato ...

I was born in ... (date)

Da wacha mo ...

I was born in ... (place)

Da wacha jisa ...

I am ... tall

Ma che hana ... na.

I speak…

Ji rima ...

   English.
    ingola.

   French.
    pharanga.

I would like to visit ...

Met muna topa mo ...

I work as ...

Ji mulia thot ...

My mother is called ...

Pika ga manu na ...

Alice is my mother.

Manu na Alis.

My favorite color is ...

Ma impi buki na ...

I prefer the blue one over the red one.

Ji akia angas wanga to boka wanga.

What is happening?

Ki buda.

I am lost.

Me jinga.

I like sports.

Ji muna kochkoyari.

Colors

English

Huttese

black

yona

blue

angas

brown

chempe

dark

gethen

grey

uga

green

komer

light

kancha

orange

pura

purple

kuli

red

boka

pink

panti

white

yura

yellow

kio

Asking others about themselves and you

English

Huttese

How old are you?

Bun yo wato hay.

When are you born ?

Joppay ta wachari.

What is your size ?

May na ta che hatun.

Where do you live?

Ta kozona di kato.

What is your work?

May na ta mulia.

What do you do?

Chuba ki mulia.

Where do you work?

Chuba mulia di kato.

What are you doing? (now)

Chuba ki aspa isti.

Can you speak (language)?

Chuba rima di ...

Do you know my country?

Chuba rika ma pada.

Do you know my city?

Chuba rika ma yakta.

Have you already been to ... (place)?

Bun enki yokat jisa ... chu.

How much do you earn?

Chuba tari hay.

Where are you going?

Chuba kuna konchi.

Where do you come from?

Chuba ama tuta kato.

Where are you from?

Chuba tuta kato.

Did you know that ...?

Chuba da hopo ke ...

What do you want me to do?

Chuba ki naga ke ji isti.

Are you a ...

Un ...

   farmer?
    lanki chu.

Going somewhere?

Kuna to chuta?

Can you help me?

Chuba ati je hopa.

Can I help you?

Umo ji ati hopa chu.

Do you find me pretty?

Chuba je chuzu muna ja.

Please wait a minute!

Pay dowat jalom konia.

It is too late!

Song pich aley.

Do you live with someone?

Chuba koza jor himpi.

You seem nice to me!

To je lia uba tapha.

Do you have (a) lover(s)?

Bun yo muni chu.

What do you mean?

Nu porata tanko.

You have a good style!

Bun kulia de kanki koth.

You better go home!

Tolpa da banki danko.

No chance!

Nenki noni.

You are such a joker!

Un ni yoka.

Do you like sports?

Chuba muna kochkoyari.

Family

English

Huttese

Do you have ...

Bun yo ...

   a wife?
    rami chu.

   a husband?
    gosu chu.

   children?
    irgu chu.

   a sister?
    bana chu.

   a brother?
    tura chu.

How many children you have?

Bun yo irgu hay.

Is this your child?

Ku irgu nay chuba.

What is your mother's name?

Ki na pika nay manu chu.

What is your father's name?

Ki na pika nay teru chu.

Are you married?

Chuba do thaba.

Food

English

Huttese

Restaurant.

Mikremi.

Where is a ... restaurant?

Mikremi na ... di kato.

   Chinese
... china ...

   Japanese
... nihon ...

   vegetarian
... kimbala ...

I would like ...

Met muna ...

   fish
    chaya.

   meat
    bala.

   chicken
    ayba bala.

   pork
    kuchi bala.

   dog
    aygo.

   eggs
    runtu.

   potato
    papa.

   bread
    tontha.

   orange
    puru.

   fruit
    uru.

   salt
    kachi.

   honey
    misku.

Give me another, please!

Pay je karas wak.

Getting Around

English

Huttese

Where is ...

... na di kato.

How do I get to ...

Kava nu arpa to ...

    the train station
    sochu mos chu.

    the bus station
    tekwenti mos chu.

    the airport
    garachi chu.

    the post office
    wankona chu.

    the library
    kelgoro chu.

    a restaurant
    mikremi chu.

I would like a ticket to ...

Met muna kasku to ...

One way or round trip?

Chuy o iskay nian chu.

One way.

Chuy nian.

Round trip.

Iskay nian.

Do I have to change trains?

Sochu me yanki chu.

What platform does the train leave from?

Sochu ripu tuta may uson chu.

When is the first bus to ...?

Joppay na tekwenti niawi to ...

... the next bus ...

... bi tekwenti ...

... the last bus ...

... tekwenti jana ...

Please let me off at the next stop.

Pay je sagi nu ura mo bi sayu.

Geography

English
Huttese

island

tara

mountain

org

hill

muga

river

mayu

lake

goch

ocean

ambuno

beach

jala

city

yakta

farm

kanja

land

marka

Dates and Times

Year, Month

Huttese

year

wato

month

kila

January

gopu

February

bugas

March

deza

April

arua

May

imuro

June

kusak

July

hogu

August

situa

September

tarpu

October

rayma

November

marki

December

pargola


Days, Week

Huttese

week

honga

day

ari

today

unki

yesterday

kaynari

tomorrow

pagari

Sunday

intari

Monday

kilari

Tuesday

antari

Wednesday

gatolari

Thursday

ilapari

Friday

jaskari

Saturday

hochari

Health

English

Huttese

Where is a doctor?

Hampi na di kato.

Where is a hospital?

Hampremi na di kato.

Please take me to a hospital.

Pay je yacha to hampremi.

Where is a nearby pharmacy?

Hamporo dongol na di kato.

It hurts.

Men yo nara.

It hurts here.

Yako men yo nara.

My head is too hot.

Ma kilin na pich rupha.

I have a headache.

Men yo kilin nara.

I am ill.

Me onga.

I am not well.

Me ne wali.

I have a stomach ache.

Men yo wikas nara.

My stomach is bad.

Ma wikas na gulu.

Please bring a doctor.

Pay ganta hampi.

Do I need doctor's permission to use this medicine?

Ji kulia pul kachari ga hampi nu torona hampu ka chu.

I have caught a cold.

Men kapi chul.

I have a cold.

Men yo chul.

Take this three times a day for the next two weeks.

Ku longa kin nich pe ari iman honga bi dopa.

Medicines and Nutrients

English

Huttese

medicine

hampu

herb

gora

protein

yuras

carbohydrate

kelem unas

carbon dioxide

kelem dopo karku

starch

migu

fat

wira

saturated fatty acid

wira posku do honta

unsaturated fatty acid

wira posku nen do honta

Money

English

Huttese

I have lost my money.

Men gulpa ma kanuta.

Here is your money!

Vota kanuta.

What is the price of this?

Kava che kopa.

How much do you charge for ...?

Chuba chinka hay won ...

You are going to pay for this?

U wamma won ka.

That costs 13 [ ... ].

Za kopa chonge kin ...

Where should I pay?

Nu wamma di kato.

I am looking for something less expensive.

Me boshka de nobata lanku pith.

I am looking for something cheaper.

Me boshka de nobata osaya wan.

I would like to buy ...

Met muna gata ...

No, not that one – that one!

Ne chuba daa wanga daa wanga.

Please bring me another one!

Pay je ganta wak.

No bargaining!

Bargon nenki.

There will be absolutely no bargain!

Bargon wanchi kox paa.

Business is bad!

Yana na gulu.

Where can I buy a … ?

Ji ati gata ... di kato.

I am lucky I found this!

Chas ke ji da chuzu ka.

Finally something nice!

Chispo nobata lia.

Where is the nearest bank?

Banka dongol nith na di kato.

Maybe for an extra ten percent!

Sipha luto chong do yaba.

I would like to exchange (dollars) for ...

Met yanki (dollar) won ...

What is the exchange rate of the (euro) against the ... ?

May na yanki keten ga (euro) jimpa ...

Asking for things / marketing

English

Huttese

Where is the market?

Gatu na di kato.

Can you give me that ?

Chuba ati je karas daa.

I would like you to give me that.

Met muna ke uba je karas daa.

Is this yours?

Nay chuba na.

Give me that!

Je karas daa.

I want to buy that.

Ji naga gata daa.

Where can I buy a ...

Nu gata ... di kato.

Please sell me that!

Pay je dwana daa.

Can you sell me ...?

Chuba ati je dwana ...

How much does this cost?

Kava che kopa.

How much do you want to sell this?

Chuba naga ho dwana won hay.

Who sells this?

Haa dwana ka chu.

It is too expensive.

Song pich lanku.

It is too expensive, I think.

Song pich lanku mindi ya.

I have some sales to make.

Me dwana nobata.

I offer ... (amount of money) for this.

Ji paguta ... won ka.

Please, I would like you to lend this to me.

Pay met muna ke uba ka je monia.

How long can I borrow it ?

Ji ati ayna ho meta chu.

I do not have enough money.

Me ainti kanuta kabuk.

Give me some more.

Je kanas nowan.

Numbers

English

Huttese

zero

higi

one

wanga

two

dopa

three

kin

four

dawa

five

pizgu

six

kita

seven

goba

eight

hunto

nine

biska

ten

chong

eleven

chonge wanga

twelve

chonge dopa

twenty

dopa chong

thirty

kin chong

forty

dawa chong

hundred

boj

thousand

waronga

Fractions

English

Huttese

one half

koshka

one third

chigat kin

two thirds

dopa chigat kin

one fourth

chigat dawa

three fourths

kin chigat dawa

one seventh

chigat goba

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