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makmák2Stative verbmai-To have food smeared around the mouth, of children.See alsokónotpakpák3pekétpéketponíket
makwáni
MalángtaNounName of the spirit associated with lightning that strikes away from residential areas.Mo din mangán sin naiaddawí, say si Malángta.As for the one that strikes what is far away, it is Malangta.See alsokidó 2kimátMalángtaNattidéngNattidéng
mal-ém
maletmétActive Verb1-enTo cut up fine, as meat.Maletmetém san patpatók.Cut up that meat fine.See alsobokbók1gílinggimókgómislagéstadtád 2talegtégtíbak2-enTo tear apart, as a fence.Minaletmét na din alád.He tore apart the fence.See alsobowágdampológetéb 3kólso 1otpóktokángtóyonwaláng
MalítengNounName of spirit which lives in the mountains and demands sows for sacrifice.
malká1NounMark, brand, label.2Active Verb-anTo mark or brand someone or something; to put a label or trademark on something.3Active Verbi-To mark with something.linkgeléngmarca
málkitActive Verbman-, -enTo go marketing, buy something in market.
malkítanNounMarketplace.See alsotindá
mallabátoNounarch.; Three centavos.specpilák
mallakóngNounCommercially made bowl.See alsolátokpalanggána
malmalagbó
máloNounPaddle-shaped piece of wood used to beat laundry.See alsolabáówassaksák1
malósong di nemnemid.
málso1AdjectiveNot broken to bridle or plow, as a horse or carabao.Kakkak-ét ay nowáng tan málso.The carabao has just been tied up because it's not broken to the plow.2Active Verb-enTo break an animal to the bit, train an animal for plowing.Iktén yo ta way iyát na ay mamálso.Tie it so it can be broken to the bit.
maltínisNounType of tick bird.spectítit
mamadtóNounProphet, one who predicts something
mamdáy
mamíngsan
mammam-ís
mamngét
mamsé
mamtét
manParticleDenotes a strong request or command, sometimes with a note of reproof.Mo ibáam ya sigaána, “May, eméy ka man,” kanám.If you send him and he refuses, you say, “Come on, you go now.”“Ay dinngém din kinwánik ay sána?” “Aw man, láton ay dinngék.”“Did you hear what I said?” “Yes, I heard you perfectly well (so don't say it again).”
managtagtág ay taláwNounShooting star, meteorite (lit. running star).