Wa (ki) man id piyod to assin.vtto *season *smth *with *saltKopongnga tod ilas, od osinan don, id ta-aw riyot lobban koomaggan.After slicing, salt it and then put it in a basket for overnight.id. of'assin
waaadv*not,(c)Waa ka vo nokosaddoo no “iddos ko-ulugan to ngaran ku “od “owhus?ª(c)Did you not know that my name means to habitually lie?''
wadwadvFor an animal, child to pull very hard at something for various reasons: i.e., to get free from a rope, to get the attention of a parent, to force something to loosen; to become out of joint from pulling, i.e., arm of child
waggawaggaavfor things to be *scattered *all *over the place.Waa ko moho id ponemmos ka-ay to lomisa, id waggawagga inis mgo liblu.You did not tidy up this table, the books are scattered all over.
wahoyvfor a thick cluster of s.t. long and standing to fall or bend at it's base.Id ngoranan ini no binagyu su dos boyo ka-ay noko-iling to id liharan to bagyu su nowahoy kos divauy.This is called binagyo because the form of this (broom) is like a storm that has pass by because the other side is bent over.
wahukwahukvTo weep out of anger and frustration; usually refers to a woman crying, i.e., upset and angry at a husband
wakwaknAn evil spirit taking the shape of a big black bird that flys around at night
wellokwellokvFor s.t. to move, wriggle, move (such as snakes, fish) about in dirt or water before a fish or snake has diedAgriculture booklet; page 68
wengkasnMaterial, i.e., wood, metal that which comes off, comes loose through force from where it was fastened to; i.e., a wallWoy iddo mandad so diid pongkotuwig, od tinundug da nod kapot taddot id ponggampung no kayu no nongowengkas pomon diyon to bollangay.And those who knew how (to swim), they just followed hanging onto floating wood that came loose from the boat.