Aba Mosi Dada Genshin Impact Meaning

Hilichurls have their own language. Their language is called Hilichurlian. This language is known as one of the main languages of Teyvat. It is clear that it is mainly spoken by Hilichurls, but there are a few humans that want to study and use it. One of those special humans is named Ella Musk.

Way to Check the Meaning of Aba Mosi Dada in Genshin Impact

The phrase Aba Mosi Dada is used after finding the second Hilichurl. As a player, it is normal for you to not know what it means. Fortunately, there is the Handy Handbook of Hilichurlian by Ella Musk. This one contains the meaning of most events related to Hilichurlian language. Feel free to open the handbook by going to the events tab, choosing Mimo Tomo event, and then clicking on Consult Manual.

Aba Mosi Dada Genshin Impact Meaning

The Meaning of Aba Mosi Dada

In Genshin Impact, Aba Mosi Data means from walking until lunch. If it is a bit hard to understand, basically, it means the morning from the sunrise until afternoon or 06:00 to 12:00 on the in-game clock. Please set it properly by opening up your menu and navigating your timer. The phrase Aba Mosi Dada is included as one of the four quarters of the day for which Hilichurls have a phrase.

Hillichurlian Language

  • Hilichurlian: mosi

English: to eat
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: mita

English: meat
Notes: Has positive connotations.

  • Hilichurlian: gusha

English: vegetables
Notes: Has negative connotations. The color of gusha is green.

  • Hilichurlian: mi (plural: mimi)

English: I, me (plural: we, us)
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: muhe

English: triumph; like, want
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: biat

English: to hit, to curse
Notes: It is possible for the term to be used for emphasis (e.g. very)

  • Hilichurlian: ye (plural: yeye)

English: you, your (register unknown, possibly condescending or informal)
Notes: It is possible for the term to be similar to Japanese お前 or Korean 너 where it does not express pure condescension, but it is able to imply closeness to the addressee. However, its connotation is still condescension by saying that the addressee has a lower social status and socially impermissible usages of the pronoun have to be understood as a sign of contempt.

  • Hilichurlian: yo (plural: yoyo)

English: you, your (register unknown friendly or formal)
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: da/dada

English: good/very good, affirmation, very (emphasis)
Notes: Is able to be used as praise.

  • Hilichurlian: domu

English: to dance
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: eleka

English: now
Notes: Meaning uncertain

  • Hilichurlian: sada

English: to sing, singing, song, solid
Notes: The phrase known as upa sada means that you are prepared to do something.

  • Hilichurlian: nye

English: not, un
Notes: Is able to be used for negation.

  • Hilichurlian: nunu

English: to sleep
Notes: The color of nunu is black. There is a possibility of it to be referred to as nighttime.

  • Hilichurlian: nini

English: storm, wind, Anemo
Notes: Meaning uncertain. The color of nini is white.

  • Hilichurlian: zido

English: here, this
Notes: It is possible for it to mean nothing in some contexts. Besides, it may also mean to mark or be used to otherwise indicate a certain thing. It is possible to be deictic.

  • Hilichurlian: movo

English: to move, to bring, to come
Notes: Meaning uncertain. Movo lata means water.

  • Hilichurlian: kuzi

English: mighty, strong
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: celi

English: heat; Pyro, fire; the sun (usually celi upa)
Notes: The color of celi red. The term celi lata is used to call the things that emit light, but not heat, such as Small Lamp Grass, fireflies, stars, and the moon.

  • Hilichurlian: upa

English: to combine, to merge, to gather
Notes: Dada upa means very tall or large mountain. Celi upa means the sun. The meaning of Upa sada is that you are prepared to do something.

  • Hilichurlian: shato

English: like, alike, similar
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: lata

English: Cyro, ice, cold
Notes: The color of lata is blue. Movo lata means water.

  • Hilichurlian: unu

English: god; on
Notes: A holy word that embodies the concept of gods of Hilichurls and the origin of life. The color of unu is yellow.

  • Hilichurlian: du

English: two
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: unu du

English: three
Notes: It means one-two.

  • Hilichurlian: dudu

English: four
Notes: It means two-two.

  • Hilichurlian: ya (plural: yaya)

English: human
Notes: It can also mean person or people.

  • Hilichurlian: ika

English: enemy, bad people
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: kundela

English: to kill, to fight
Notes: It can mean enemy as a noun.

  • Hilichurlian: dala

English: what?
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: si

English: thing
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: valo

English: thank you
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: buka

English: stomach
Notes: It is possible to be the indication of hunger.

  • Hilichurlian: guru-guru

English: hungry
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: kucha

English: weak; small
Notes: Kucha gusha means seed.

  • Hilichurlian: Odomu

English: friend
Notes: The meaning is currently under review.

  • Hilichurlian: tiga

English: stone, Geo
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: plata

English: shield
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: vin

English: whine
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: pupu

English: grass
Notes: Meaning uncertain, it is possible to be used to insult.

  • Hilichurlian: beru si

English: what are you doing?
Notes: Meaning of individual words uncertain

  • Hilichurlian: beru nye / beru nya

English: unknown
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: mani

English: to give; hands, physical labor; five
Notes: It is possible for the meaning of five to come from the number of fingers on a hand.

  • Hilichurlian: olah

English: hallo
Notes: –

  • Hilichurlian: tomo

English: unique, unusual; help
Notes: There is no direct translation yet. The meaning of it is currently under review.

  • Hilichurlian: aba

English: before
Notes: It is possible to be meant before or want.

  • Hilichurlian: ka

English: unknown
Notes: It is used by Ella Musk in Language Exchange.

  • Hilichurlian: todo

English: unknown
Notes: It is possible to mean “give”.

  • Hilichurlian: biadam

English: bad
Notes: It is possible to be rude.

  • Hilichurlian: boya

English: color
Notes: It is used as a suffix of colors.

That is the list of the popular words of Hilichurlian. If you want to know more about it, you might want to visit the Hilichurlian Wiktionary at hilichurl.org.