This Sinama emotions chart describes many of our human emotions, some everyday feelings and some not so common. Some of the more common are: Binale‘ is the Sinama for tired, angastol in some dialects means angry, asusa means worried, kinōgan means happy or joyful, tināw means scared, abbuhan is to be boastful, aloman to be shy. Less common emotions are also described: Takudjal is the Sinama for startled, angalimasu‘ means furious.
How many of you have been pilliyu? Who is a Sama who can explain the meaning of angistrōk?
The Sinama emotions chart is a good learning tool for language learners of Sinama and can also be helpful for Sama trying to examine their emotional well being.