Part of Speech: Adjective
Definition: sick or not well
Other words used:
Manumko’-older person (usually someone who would be classified as elderly)
-ti-denotes a negative connotation to a word or phrase in speaking
The world has changed so quickly before our eyes that we ourselves are looking for ways to stay healthy in this time of distress. More importantly, the significance of avoiding getting sick has found its way to the forefront. This is most especially when we think of our older generation or the manumko’ in our lives. Malångu is the word we would use to describe someone who is, well, the latter. This can be used to describe someone suffering something as common as the flu to one considered more severe as, for instance, pneumonia. In short, feel free to use this comfortably for a person who may have symptoms or something in between.
A simple sentence structure can be said as follows:
Question: Kao malångu’ hao?Are you sick?
Åhe, ti malångu’ yu’. No, I am not sick.
Hunggan, malångu yu’.Yes, I am sick
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