gubat 1n To attack. Ko ogmangayow, sikan ka oggubat no ogmanhimatoy to mgo otow. When there are raiders, those are the ones who attack and kill people. 1.1v To attack. Ka songo ugpa-an, ogpanggubat to ogsulung to dangob no ugpa-an. see: lusud₂; see: sulung 1. 2v To fight, or be at war, with each other as two countries. Ogpabubgubatoy ka darua no ugpa-an. The two countries are at war with each other. see: usig 3.
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ubat 1n lie 2v To lie; tell an untruth. 3v To be deceived No-ubatan ka goinawa nu to pogsalig now. Your were deceived by that which you.trusted. see: gawoy 2. 4adj false, make-believe, as a story 5v To lie to or deceive someone. [When translating the story of Ananias, one TA objected to this term being used of Ananias' untruth to God because God knows everything and cannot be deceived. (The wording was not adjusted, maybe because from the context you know that the lie was revealed.)] 6Ubat nu. Your lie. (= You are lying.)
gawoy 1n A trick to deceive. Kagi to anggam ku, “Ogngilam ki su gawoy rin so-ini.” My uncle said, "Let's be alert because this is his trick." 2v To deceive, trick. Ko og-ayaton ka to ogpasalò, oggawayan ka. If/when you are enticed to sin, you are being deceived. cf: ayat 1; see fr.: ubat 3; see fr.: libù. 2.1v Something used to deceive. Ingawoy nu rò kanami oyow ogpoko-orok ka. You just used it to trick us so that you would be able to sow [your field].
sulung 1v To attack see fr.: gubat 1.1. 2Og-a-alamaraan to ogsulungan ka songo baloy. They are banding together to attack a certain house. see: lusud₁ 1. 3v To take initiative ?? [to hang around men visitors (girls only.)] hang around men visitors Ka mongo boi ogsulung. The women hang around ?? the men.
usig 1n An enemy. Moon-ing lagboy ka alamara no oglusud to mgo usig dan. The armed men are very many who attack their enemies. 2v To despise, hate, be at enmity toward. Ogmaroyow ka goinawa to boi no ogpakaroromdom to pamilia rin di og-usigon din ka asawa rin The girl's thinking will become good and she will think about her family but she will despise her husband. Ko konò ogpakatakow ka ogsilag, og-usigon kid no maro-ot ka pogpitow ran kanta. If a person who is jealous cannot steal, he will hate us and his view of us will be bad. Ka otow no ogkabolù, ogdomot no og-usigon din ka duma rin. As for a person who is angry, he/she hates [someone]and he will be at enmity toward his companion. Usigon ku. I hate of him. [The following example is of a woman who was influenced by a charm to marry a boyfriend. However, after she is married and the charm is removed her thinking is straightened out but she will hate her husband for tricking her into marriage. She may desert her husband, take her children and return home.] 3v To hate each other. see fr.: gubat 2.
bulung 1n Remedy, cure, medicine. see fr.: alang 2; see fr.: tambal 2. 2v To cure, remedy Niggoram a nokai to sikan no alap-ap no malintok a pad di nigbulungan ku to kayu no kapigsula no ogtubù diò to pantad. Some time ago when I was still a child, I had an ailment called alap-ap but I cured it with the plant kapigsula [which grows on ] the beach. 3v To satisfy or satiate such as one’s hunger or desire to relax. An-anokon din ka lawa rin. Ogbulungon din ka lawa rin to woig. His body was refreshed. He was satisfying his body in the water. 44.1v To be cured or treated for something. 4.2vs To be full or satiated as from food. 5v To use something as a treatment, or medicine, for something. Ka doun kunakun, igtotomug to homoy no igbulung to ulod. The leaves [called] kunakun are fed into the fire as a treatment for bugs. see: tambal (Ceb). 6deriv n Medication or treatment. Ka maro-ot no otow ka ogsugù no og-ubatan din ka songo otow to ibudbud nu ka so-in no bogas to tabaku su bubulungoy to sakit. A bad person is the one who gives a deceiving order to some person to sprinkle this tabacco seed [on the ground] because it is medication for illness.
buyù 1v Ask for something; request; beg Ka mgo balubatò woy ka mgo dalaga, ko du-on ogko-imaan no bali-og woy ko binuklad woy ko tikos, maga-an ogbuyù. As for the unmarried men and the unmarried women, if there is a necklace or a bracelet of a leg band which they covet, they will be quick to ask for it. see fr.: bogoy 3; see fr.: abalang 3. 1.1v To request or beg for something from someone. Ka sika abalangon, ungod oglibonglibong taman to ogkapurut din ka ogbuyu-on din. Ogko-iling to ogkapogos ka ogbuyu-on din As for that relentless pursuing, [an unmarried man] keeps coming back until he can obtain that which he is requesting. It is like the person from whom he is begging is being forced [to give]. It is like the person from whom he is begging is being forced [to give]. 2n Beggar.
hatod v 1To escort someone. Ka maistra ka og-ulì dio to Maniki, no imbul-us pad to mgo batò dio to Patil ka nighatod. [As for] the teacher who returned to Maniki, they took her as far as Patil as they escorted (her). Ihatod nu ka so-ini balubatò diò to igbuyag to mgo sundalu su du-on ignangon din. Escort this young man to the leader of the soldiers because he has something to tell [him]. see fr.: duma 2.2; osyn: bul-us. 2To take or deliver something somewhere. Ig-agpas nu ighatod. Igpamaga-an ta igpahatod.” Deliver it quickly. We rush the delivery [of something] (cause the delivery to be quick). Ka dumptruk no nighatod to batu, ogbus-ugon din on. The dumptruck which delivered the rock(s), then spills them out. Ko igdogpak nu to lagut, ighatod nu diò to tagu-anan. If you throw away trash, you take (it) to the receptical. see fr.: alap 1.1.
ima 1v To envy, be envious. Du-on igko-ima no maroyow, ko nokoy ka oghimuon to duma ta no maroyow, ian ta rò og-unugon. There is that which is good to envy, if what our companion is doing is good, that is what we will emulate. see: silag. 2v To covet something someone else has Ka mgo balubatò woy ka mgo dalaga, ko du-on ogko-imaan no bali-og woy ko binuklad woy ko tikos, maga-an ogbuyù. As for the unmarried men and the unmarried women, if there is a necklace or a bracelet of a leg band which they covet, they will be quick to ask for it. 3To arouse envy. Ogpo-ima-ima to du-on kalaglagan din. He/she causes [someone else] to be envious because he has something (lit. possession(s))
ko-id 1n disaster Ka mgo otow no nakasakoy to jeep no nokogdusmul to olin no sakayan, no-umaan to mgo pako-id to warò dan matagoi. The people who had ridden the jeep which had crashed with another vehicle, they were reached by a disaster about which they didn’t know. [Disasters and bad situations re often attributed to the spirit world or to bad psituations which come about as the result of someone forcing another person to do something against twill or heir better judgement. But the word also applies to disasters which cannot be attributed to having been forced as in the following illustration:] 2To cause to meet a disaster, often attributed to activity of an evil spirit or o someone having persuaded another person do do something against their better judgement. Du-on otow no nigpako-id to dangob no otow su ungod din hingati to oglaras dio to dibabo. Ko marani to Manikì, nabalikid ka nasakayan dan no namatoy on ka otow no nohinggat. Ka otow no namatoy, nigpako-iran on to dakaruma on sikandin. The person who died was caused to meet a disaster because he had accompanied [the others]. 3v To be brought into a bad situation as a result of being forced or persuaded to do something against one’s will. Ka anggam to balubatò, ian nakapako-id to anakon din su nigpa-asawa rin di warò pad goinawa to anakon din to to og-asawa. The uncle of the young man forced his nephew into a bad situation because he had his nephew marry someone for whom he did not yet have a desire to marry.
labung 1n Supper Ka sikan no sausaukilom, tongod to mgo balubatò no ogmanhipanow takas to labung no og-ulì to a las unsi. As for that night-time travel, its about the young men who leave (lit. walk) after supper and return at eleven o'clock. 2Eat supper. Iam a pad niglabung kunto-on. I have just now newly eaten [supper]. 3v For guests to arrive at any mealtime so that they are invited to eat with the family. 4deriv n Suppertime.
lungang 1 2adj of good character [ Ka molungangon], konò no ubaton, konò ogwangal, ogkaallok no oghimu to maro-ot, ogpo-obos; ko ogko-ogotan, konò ogsagman, ogpalingowlingow rò du-on; konò din ogsagmanon. [The person with good character]: He isn't a liar, he doesn't gossip/[start] scandals. He is afraid to do bad things. He humbles himself. If he is scolded, he doesn't pay attention to it; he just [purposely] forgets it; he doesn't pay attention to it. 3adj teachable, readily complies, or understands Ko batò no og-anaron ta, maga-an ogpakasabut. (Moon-ing ka ka-alapan.) If we are teaching a child, he is quick to understand. (There are many meanings [for this word].) 4 5 6 7
mama n 1Address to an man. Nig-insò ka mgo boi no dalaga, “Mama ka pad?” Lituk, “Balubatò ka pad?” The unmarried ladies asked, “Are you still an unmarried man?” Meaning, “Are you still a bachelor?” [DB said that the term mama is not about whether a person is someone's brother. Rather it is a term of address, used especially by an unmarried lady to an unmarried man but also used as term of respect to a married man. Also used between men as sign of respect.] 2Term of address of an unmarried lady to an unmarried man. [also to a male relative or brother.??] Ka ig-umow to dalaga to balubatò, si Mama. That which an unmarried lady address to a bachelor is mama.
nasì adv contrary to what one might expect, surprisingly, anyway; in spite of Nabaliung ka pogbantoy to buyag no ubal su ian nasì ogbantoy kandan ka anak dan no pilas. The watching of the older monkeys is turned around because surprisingly it is their offspring, [the] baby monkey, which is the one to watch out for them. Ka otow no konò ogbayad to utang din, nasì ki og-ubati to ogbayad kun kandin. The person who doesn’t pay his debt, he contrary to [our] expectation, he lies to us saying that he will pay. Agad to nigbolog ta to konò oghondiò to kamot din ko og-angoy to ogkako-on dan su mabogbog lagboy no bolog, nasì on man nighondiò no nigsagad on to mangayow. Nigpupusil. Even though we warned [that person] not to go to his field to fetch something for them to eat because there was a strong warning, he went anyway and was hit by the raiders. He was shot.
no₁ 1part of Konò ian no ubat. That’s not a lie. Sagboka na-an dò no supa. Just one more supa. Hondo-i no ogpandoog? Where did they go? 2pron What, whose, which, that. Hontow no baloy? Whose house? Kandin no baloy. His house. Konò no mongo duma ta no nanhondini kanta. They weren’t our companions who came here to our place.
obos v to humble one's self Ka molungangon, konò no ubaton, konò ogwangal, ogkaallok no oghimu to maro-ot, ogpo-obos; ko ogko-ogotan, konò ogsagman. Ogpalingowlingow rò du-on; konò din ogsagmanon. As for the person of good character, [he] isn't a liar, he doesn't [start] scandals. He is afraid to do bad things. He humbles himself. If he is scolded, he doesn't let it bother him; he just [purposely] forgets it; he doesn't pay attention to it.
payag 1v To show something. see fr.: karas 2. 2Within hearing distance. 3v Konon ubat-ubat pad ian su so-ini mata ku ka nigpayagan nu. It is certainly not a lie because you have shown it to me (lit. you have shown it to my eyes.) 4n Rice granary. Pinayagan ka gakit. A shelter will be built on the raft.
salig 1v To rely on; trust, entrust Ko du-on ogkito-on ta no duma ta no warò ta pad tila-a, ma-agkap so goinawa ta kandin. Ma-awang ka goinawa ta. Ogpakasalig ki kandin. If we see someone to whom we are related (lit. companion) whom we have not yet met, we feel confident toward him. We feel an openness [between us]. We are able to trust him. No-ubatan ka goinawa nu to pogsalig now. Your trust deceived you. [This word can be used in either a positive or negative sense. When one can trust in a person, they can rely on that person to carry out a duty or trust him/her because that person does not steal. However, if a person is lazy or angry, he/she may shirk responsibility by allowing or making others to do his/her work. Then the sense can be quite negative.] see fr.: pulus 3. 2v To be able to rely on or entrust with responsibility; to be reliable Dakol ka pulus ku ki Niya su kandin ka ogkasaligan ku. Niya is of great value to me because he is the one to whom I am able to entrust [with my field work]. 3To be reliable, trustworthy Du-on otow no konò ogkasaligan no ogpammurut to kalaglagan ku. There are [some] people who cannot be relied upon who will pilfer my things. [With negative, to be unreliable.] 4v To rely on/entrust someone with responsibility Ka nasalapì to bulu rin noubus to otow no nigsaligan din. The money from his bambamboo was used up by the person whom he had entrusted with responsibility [to sell it]. 5v To ely on, as to put a responsibility on someone else. Warò koy nigsalig kaniu. We didn't rely on you. [This can be used in a negative sense as when someone puts a responsibility on someone else’s shoulders.] 6v To shift responsibility to someone else, to take advantage of see: paginpulus. 7adj mature, reliable 8v 9v To rely on someone, toreally count on that person to do something. Salsaligan ta si Alikas. We are relying on Alikas. or “We are counting on Alikas!” [Taganay says this would be a compliment because the young woman can really be relied on. Sept. 10, 2008.] 10n Someone who carries responsibility on behalf of another as a steward 11v To rely on one another
tolom v 1To expect. Toomon noy ka ariplanu ko asoom bua. We are expect that the plane [may come] tomorrow Ka boi, waro nigtolom to sikan no kagi to iglukos din to ogkatuman ka sikan no allow ko og-ulì. The woman didn't expect that those words of her male-companion would be fulfilled that he would return on that day. [DB says the word toom or toomon does not mean to tag-an “guess”] osyn: iman 1. 2To discern. Kagi to boi to, “Su nigtuman ka to innangon nu, nigtolom ad to konò ka no ubaton no otow.” The woman said, “Because you did what you said, I discern that you are not a liar.” Su nigdinog sikandin to ogkohingaranan ka ngaran din, nigtoom to du-on nigmaro-ot kandin. Because she heard her name mentioned, she discerned that someone had spoken badly about her. [This can be in either a positive or a negative sense as in the two examples below.] see: tokod 1. 3To find out something about someone. Ogtoom a kaniu. “Nokoy so igtalosob now kanak?” I've found you out.“What is your secret about me?” see: batuk 1. 4Predict.