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owang1nSomething in between (two things); a gap or space between. [This can be used interchangeably with owangan].Yaꞌ luu owang Siyabon maka Sõng Mantiꞌ.There is nothing between Siyabon and Sõng Mantiꞌ.2vTo come between; to put s.t. between (things or people); to intervene.Soy bay paowang ni ga jama looy bay magsaggaꞌ.Who intervened with those people who were quarreling?Daa owangun ga jama looy sabap bahau jaꞌ sila bay kinawin.Don’t get between those people because they just got married.Derivativekaowanganowanganowang-owang1root formkaowanganowanganowang-owang1cf.hiyukalawakan
owang-owang1advEvery other (night, day, week, month, year, etc.).Owang-owang dambahangi ndooy ku tuli ni lumaꞌ bagay ku.Every other night I sleep at my friend’s house.synonymsallangDerivativekaowanganowangowanganroot formkaowanganowangowangancf.opangorang
owang-owang2nA variety of lobster.cf.opang
owanganprepBetween.Siyadat lay ni owangan Tabunan maka Sõng Mantiꞌ.Siyadat is in between Tabunan and Sõng Mantiꞌ.Derivativekaowanganowangowang-owang1root formkaowanganowangowang-owang1
oy1proWhat.Oy na njawom bakaꞌ nu?What’s in your basket?2v(For an animal or person) to do what. [There is no hyphen between the mag- and -oy because the syllable break is between the ma- and the -goy syllables. Stress is on the last syllable because it is a lengthened o].Magõy kam nnaa?What are you doing there?Derivativeoy maka oy naoy-oyroot formoy maka oy naoy-oy
oy maka oy na1nAnything.Bong bay luu oy maka oy na katuwaꞌ ni anak ku, palkalaꞌ ta ko.If anything happens to my child, I’ll file a legal case against you.2vWhat is one’s (kinship) relationship (to s.o.).Mag-õy kam ka lalla looy?What is your relationship to that man?Derivativeoyoy-oyroot formoyoy-oy
oy-oyproWhatever.Buwanan doꞌ ku oy-oy na nnaa man ku nungkuꞌ-nungkuꞌ.Give me whatever there is for me to snack on.Malli jaꞌ ko oy-oy karomanan nu.Just buy whatever you want.Derivativeoyoy maka oy naroot formoyoy maka oy na
oyo-oyovTo encourage s.o. to do s.t. (that is usually against what s.o. wants).Bong ya yaꞌ bay oyo-oyohan nu, yaꞌ ya bay nawakka nangkaw.If he hadn’t been encouraged by you, he wouldn’t have dared to steal.Derivativekaoyo-oyoanroot formkaoyo-oyoancf.kabuwansangansynonymkaup-ýpan

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