Ghari love poem

Na nunumu laona qilasi

Ia niqu tutuqu rerei dou ba

Ko tsaku ke tau nanga,

Niqu kodesina "Au Galuvego"!

Translated into Gari by Andie James

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Ghari language

Love poem translated into ghari (Gari, Gae, West Guadalcanal, Tanaghai, Tandai-Nggaria, Ndi, Sughu, Sugu, Nggae, Geri, Nginia, Vaturanga, Tangarare, Nggeri, Qae), an oceanic language spoken by 15,000 speakers.

Sughu is the vehicular language of Guadalcanal and southern islands of the Solomon, it is a dialect of west guadalcanal.

The Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands are a state of the southwestern Pacific consisting of a thousand small islands and a dozen more importants.

Historically speaking they are populated by Melanesians of the lapita culture. The northern art of melanesia islands recalls that of eastern New Guinea, these two regions having been in a constant relation.

We find utilitarian objects, with finely carved figurative decorations which serve as currency of exchange. Objects religious inspiration or for religion are often among the most beautiful of Melanesia, whether it be sculpture, "bas-reliefs" or ceremonial masks.

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Poem translated into gari (482 languages)