Browse Kankanaey - English
eIndicates that one is fed up with a certain situation; occurs preceding a statement.E, omodaodán ay!I'm fed up, it keeps raining and raining!See alsoadó2alláanáayé 2daétandaké 2engngánmáneywo
ebák1Active Verb-om-3, -enTo wet, soak.(ombák, ebkén)2Stative verbma-To become wet, soaked.Ikípil mon kolábis ta adí kabbák.Hold the matches under your arm so they don't get wet.Nan-odán et say nabbakák.It rained and that's how I got soaked.See alsobasákebéseléptenéptol-áw(mabbák)
ébasmang-, -om-4, -enTo cut firewood from standing timber.
eb-éb1mang-, -anTo brood, sit on eggs.Mangeb-éb din manók. Wáday eb-ebána.The hen is brooding. There are eggs it is sitting on.See alsoitlóg
eb-éb2man-To ooze, seep, as water through the soil.Kanán Lucia en man-eb-eb-éb kanó din payéw yo.Lucia says that your pondfield is seeping water.See alsois-ísngaléwngew2tedtédtitían
ebéng1NounNoose, as in a snare.2Active Verbi-To set a noose snare.Ib-éng mo sin dánan.Set the noose snare on the trail.(ib-éng)3Active Verb-enTo set a noose snare on or for something.See alsoátebbagídaybáisballasíbítoótibsaltóktalláod 3tapántipál(ebngén)
ebés1NounSwidden made late in the year in an area that has to be burned and cleared.Nay di loktó ay nais-ék sin ebés.Here are sweet potatoes that were planted in swidden made late in the year.2Stative verbmai-To be made into a swidden late in the year.Asíak omaán si pála maib-és.Then I will clear land for making into a late in the year swidden.specnom-á3Active Verbi-To do something late.4Stative verbma-To be late, as a planting, person in arriving, not a bus.Mo adí ka nab-és, nakikán kas san tápey.If you hadn't been late, you would have joined in eating the rice from the rice beer.
edMarks past time and common or proper place names.See alsoay3di1dinen2nansansisin
edád1mang-To be overfull from eating.Din nangdád, din nabsonabsóg ay sána.The overfull individuals, they are those extremely full ones.See alsobéteng 3bosóg(mangdád)2-enTo loosen, as one's belt.Edadém din bílkom ta lomibáw.Loosen your belt so it will become loose.See alsolawálaw 3láyaklibáwlokáy
edás1Active Verb-om-1,3, -anTo reach in space or time, as a book on the shelf, a past date in history; to catch up to; to suffice, as a certain sum of money.Paalonsódem din kawáyan ta omdás.Set the bamboo at a slant so it will reach.Mangon-oná ta, así omdás si Bernard sin dánan.We will go ahead, then Bernard will catch up to us on the path.Omandó ka dedán ta way iyát mo ay mangdás.Get taller, obviously, so you have a way to reach it.Ay indasám din gobát?Did you reach the war (i.e. were you alive at the time of the war)?2Active Verbpa...en, ipa-To cause to reach.3Active VerbTo hint at something in the hope the hint will be taken.Ipad-ás ko ánggoy a, ta adí da ammoán ámin.I will only hint at it, so they won't come to know everything.fig.4Active VerbTo make something stretch so as to be enough, as by cutting meat in small pieces.Pad-asém san patpatók tan way bisíta takó.Make that meat stretch because we have a visitor.fig.5Stative verbma...anDay before full moon, phase in the lunar cycle between kayáng and ínat; so named because the moon is overtaken by the dawn, setting just as dawn is breaking.(nad-asán)
ed-édman-To stutter, stammer; to sputter, choke, as someone in deep water.Man-ed-éd ay mankalí.He talks with a stutter.Man-ed-éd tan adí na ammó ay manlangóy.He is choking because he doesn't know how to swim.See alsodóti
edég1NounBack, as of animal, person.2Active Verb-enTo switch to the back, as a child being carried in the front.3Active Verbi-To direct to the back, as stabbing with a knife.See alsoabáagítanglíyedtákeb
edép1Active Verb-enTo extinguish, as a flame; to turn off, as a radio.(edpén, indép)2Stative verbma-To be extinguished.linkseséb(mad-ép)
edís1man-To make or repair metal objects, do the work of a blacksmith.2pa-To have something repaired by a blacksmith.(pad-ís)
egás1Active Verb-om-2To be a place where one is likely to fall, as a precipice.Ay way omgás sin dánan?Are there places on the trail where one is likely to fall?2Stative verbma-To fall a short distance.Magmag-ás di pantalóna.His pants are falling down.3Active Verb-en, i-To drop intentionally, let fall.Adím eg-egasén tan magópak.Don't drop it, because it will shatter.-in-: in-gás
egéd1Active Verb-om-2To be likely to cut someone or something, as a knife, saw-grass.(emgéd)2Active Verb-enTo cut (causing a minor wound).(egdén, in-géd)3Stative verbma-To be cut, as by knife, piece of glass, grass.Nag-éd din takkáy ko sin sisím.My hand was cut on the tin roofing.-in-: in-géd; mang-: manggéd
eg-émman-To clear one's throat, for any reason.linkgis-émpas-én
egén1NounLoad, something carried.2Active Verb-anTo carry, hold someone or something.3Active Verbi-To carry, hold by something, as ears, handle.Ig-én mo sin sikí na.Carry it by its legs.4Active Verbpa-To have someone else carry something.Pag-én mo kod nan Esther.Please have Esther carry this.member of setagtóaksíwalígidátangbakwábangtábatáwilbidkíngbit-ínkípilkómboykoyáot2ladkíkinglak-éylidkíngpengpéngsadláysakbátsakkíngsaklísaklótsakpípisakwásakwángsal-ísípilsóyongtag-éytakóyotan-ángtílidtokyód5Active Verbmanpa-To lean, put weight on, of persons.Adí ka manpag-én en sak-én tan mabbáyak.Don't lean on me because I'll get tired.linksádag
egésbelly, innards, intestines.linkáteybatínpáli2pedístoná
égewma-to stop raining; to not rain.linktiyágew
egsílLog suspended above animal trail, set to fall and pin small animals, especially squirrels, passing underneath.
egyát1NounFear.2AdjectiveDangerous, frightening.Kaeegyát ay dánan tan deppás.The path is dangerous because it's precipitous.(kaeegyát)ka- + CV3Active Verbmang-To endanger, frighten.4Active Verb-om-1, -anTo be afraid, fear someone or something.Emegyát da sin éweg.They are afraid of the snake.5Active Verbi-To use to frighten.
ek1Stative verbma-To sleep.Pigáy óras di naékam?How many hours did you sleep?(máek)2Stative verbmai...anTo get enough sleep.(maiékan)3Active Verbi-To put someone to sleep; to sleep with someone.Iék mos sis-iyá.Put him to sleep.4Active Verb-enTo sleep for a certain period of time.Pigáy óras di inék mo?How many hours did you sleep?5Active Verbpa...en, ipa-To put someone to sleep.SynonymsóyoplinkbángsailásSee alsoiyánlengétlid-íp