During the Mimi Tomo event, you will need to visit a Sleepy Hilichurl near Cuijue Slope. In the meeting, you will immediately be told that he wants a Gusha Unu Boya item. For the beginners, it is normal for you to not know what it means.
Way to Find the Meaning of the Phrase Gusha Unu Boya
The phrase Gushu Unu Boya is found in the Handy Handbook of Hilichurlian by Ella Musk, which contains the meaning of most events related to Hilichurlian language. It has been known that Hilichurlian is the language of Teyvat that is mostly spoken by the Hilichurls. In addition to Hilichurls, in fact, there are a few humans that want to study and use it and Ella Musk is one of them.
If you want to open the Handy Handbook of Hilichurlian by Ella Musk, the first thing that you can do is to go to the events tab. When you are there, select the Mimo Tomo event, and then click on the Consult Manual.
The Meaning of Gusha Unu Boya in Genshin Impact
In the game known as Genshin Impact, the term Gushu Unu Boya means Berry. When the event called Mimi Tomo is on going, you will want to give Berry to the Sleepy Hilichurl to move on to the next location of Hilichurl. If you want to know the details, here is the explanation of each word based on the Handy Handbook of Hilichurlian by Ella Musk.
The word Unu means the number one. As for Boya, it is used in conjunction with the other words to call the color yellow. What about Gusha? It means seed or fruit. If you combine these three, it means a small yellow seed or fruit. It can be concluded that the Sleepy Hilichurl wants some Berries.
Way to Find Berry in Genshin Impact
There is a high chance that you already have Berries in your inventory as they are everywhere in the wild. For those beginners, it is normal if you have never harvested them. In this case, you need to go near Mondstadt city bridge to find the Berry plants.
Below is the list of some popular words of Hilichurlian. If you want to know more about it, you might want to visit the Hilichurlian Wiktionary at hilichurl.org.
- Hilichurlian: mosi
English: to eat
- Hilichurlian: mita
Notes: Has positive connotations.
- Hilichurlian: gusha
Notes: Has negative connotations. The color of gusha is green.
- Hilichurlian: mi (plural: mimi)
English: I, me (plural: we, us)
- Hilichurlian: muhe
English: triumph; like, want
- 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)
- Hilichurlian: da/dada
English: good/very good, affirmation, very (emphasis)
Notes: Is able to be used as praise.
- Hilichurlian: domu
English: to dance
- Hilichurlian: eleka
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 being referred to at 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
- 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
- Hilichurlian: lata
English: Cyro, ice, cold
Notes: The color of lata is blue. Movo lata means water.
- Hilichurlian: unu
English: god; one
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
- Hilichurlian: unu du
Notes: It means one-two.
- Hilichurlian: dudu
Notes: It means two-two.
- Hilichurlian: ya (plural: yaya)
Notes: It can also mean person or people.
- Hilichurlian: ika
English: enemy, bad people
- Hilichurlian: kundela
English: to kill, to fight
Notes: It can mean enemy as a noun.
- Hilichurlian: dala
- Hilichurlian: si
- Hilichurlian: valo
English: thank you
- Hilichurlian: buka
Notes: It is possible to be the indication of hunger.
- Hilichurlian: guru-guru
- Hilichurlian: kucha
English: weak; small
Notes: Kucha gusha means seed.
- Hilichurlian: Odomu
Notes: The meaning is currently under review.
- Hilichurlian: tiga
English: stone, Geo
- Hilichurlian: plata
- Hilichurlian: vin
- Hilichurlian: pupu
Notes: Meaning uncertain, it is possible to be used to insult.
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