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báhbáhbáhbababaintransitive verbSurkaungán a longoi á bábán manEnglishsound of flappingThis type of sound is produced by the wings of bats or birds as they fly.Nengen i libung iau lain boptin sang, iau sodar sár suri kesi bek a bababa i bábán tiladi guán rum. Má pákánbung iau so uradi malar ki iak mákái ngo bek sár a báhbáhbáh i bábán.Last night when I was sleeping nicely, I was surprised by the sound of a bat flapping his wings from outside the side of the house. And when I went out into the village then I saw that it was just a bat making noise flapping his wings.2.3.2.2Soundsound
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báungininalienable nounSurlongra tusi matngan dánihEnglishnoise; soundirngánkaungán2.3.2.2Soundsound
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dek1intransitive verbEnglishsound of one unknown thing hitting anotherThis has the implication of causing fear. The belief of some is that this sound is being made by a spirit.Nabung iau han tilami bos, má pákánbung iau longrai kesi táit a dek ami kang kábáir, ki iak lala mátut, pasi iak táu tilami bos. Káp iau te mánán ngo dánih iau longrai a goh. Te urtarang gut ngo kálámul, káp iau te mánán.Yesterday I came from up in the bush, and when I heard something making a sound on my fence, then I was very afraid, so I fled from up in the bush. I do not know what I heard making a sound. Some evil spirits perhaps or a person, I don't know.gap2goh2dekdekdek2.3.2.2Soundsound
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dekdekdekintransitive verbSurkaungán gapgap kápte u longra ilmiEnglishsound one hears but does not recognizeThis is the idea of hearing a sound in the background but not seeing the source of it.Pákánbung iau longrai tan kálámul kándi tu bati rum si koko, ki iak gálta ngo, "Be, wa tara dáh imudi kándi tu dekdekdek?" Ki tan rung iatung ding kos iau ngo, "Tan kalilik di bati rum si kawam."When I heard the men putting the wall on Uncle's house, I asked, "Hey, who are those making that sound over there?" Then those there answered me, "The guys are walling your uncle's house."dek12.3.2.2Soundsound
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delengintransitive verbSurkaungán a lala imiEnglishhigh voice; singing high notesThis may imply melodious and sweet-voiced in singing.Kaungán tan wák a tuan deleng sang i pákánbung gim saksak. Má ngorer tan kálámul kápte má dik saksak tiklik mam di kabin kaungán tan káláu kápate arwat mai kaungán tan wák.The women's voices were really quite high when we sang. And so the men did not sing together with them because the men's voices were not equal with (able to get as high as) the women's voices.ngek2kurung2.3.2.2Soundsound
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gap2intransitive verbEnglishsound made by something unknowndek1goh2gapgapgapgapgap2.3.2.2Soundsound
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gapgapgapintransitive verbEnglishsound of tappingThis would be appropriate for one's teeth chattering as he shivers from cold, or the sound of someone tapping to get another's attention.gap2gapgap2.3.2.2Soundsound
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goh2intransitive verbEnglishsound whose source is unknowndek1gap22.3.2.2Soundsound
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inidarintransitive verbEnglishcrackleThis is the sound made when wood is crackling on the fire.2.3.2.2Soundsound
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irngáninalienable nounSurkaungán má rakrakai káián bátEnglishsound; power; forceThis carries the idea of power in the sense of impact, i.e. we do not see the wind, but we feel its irngán. This is also used of things like vehicles and airplanes.Bát di utngi mai moroilu ngo a lu hut, ki di lu longra palai sang á kaungán má dik lu áslai mul i kán rakrakai a tuan lite. Irngán moroilu a tuan rakrakai suri tan gengen bát ngo a lu hut.The wind they call moroilu (typhoon) when it arrives, then they hear-remove (hear from a distance) its voice/sound and they also feel its power that it is very different (more powerful than other winds). The force of a typhoon is very powerful for/compared to the small winds that come.báungin2.3.2.2Soundsound
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kángkángkángintransitive verbEnglishhollow sounding; empty soundingtungtungtung2.3.2.2Soundsound
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kungekintransitive verbEnglishsound typeThis is the cry made by a bek (fruit bat, flying fox).2.3.2.2Soundsound
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musing1intransitive verbEnglishsoundThis is a sound made by pursed lips, a sucking in or kissing sound.bek musmusing2.3.2.2Soundsound
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ninirintransitive verbSurkaungán táitEnglishmake soundThis is the verb equivalent of irngán (power, force), especially referring to things invisible or not yet seen, as the wind or the sound of an approaching vehicle.ninir i ngisán2.3.2.2Soundsound
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ngek2intransitive verbSura lala ami i kaungánEnglishhigh-pitched soundThe meaning of this term is somewhat aligned with the second sense of its homonym, because sounds this high are impossible for most people to reach. Only women with high voices can do so.deleng2.3.2.2Soundsound
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nguk2intransitive verbSurkokos; taram; sormángátEnglishgrunt; soundThis is the generic term for grunting or making a sound in response to another's talk, to acknowledge hearing someone or to agree with what's said. It typically indicates agreement or obedience or cooperation.nguk kalar3.5.1Say2.3.2.2Soundsound; speak
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pararatintransitive verbEnglishexplosion sound2.3.2.2Soundsound
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pohintransitive verbEnglishsnapping soundThis is the sound that occurs when one mashes a louse with his fingernail.2.3.2.2Soundsound
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rekepintransitive verbSurkaungán táit a láklák ngo a táuEnglishsound of movement2.3.2.2Soundsound
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sororok2intransitive verbSurkaungán hat a málmálas di solngi táit maiEnglishsizzling soundThis describes the sound of hot stones as they are being put into the stomach of a pig.5.2.1Food preparation2.3.2.2Soundcooking; sound
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tang siariintransitive verbSurkápate mur kuluk i kaungán saksakEnglishoff tunecry unknown2.3.2.2Soundsound
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tangtangintransitive verbEnglishcrying; soundingThis can imply continuous or on and off crying.A támin ngo bos tatalen erei a tangtang kuluk uri talngán kálámul ngo a lain tatalen án lotu,...Ái sár kápate tángni kálámul suri na kátlán i nemnem káián kápán páplun. (Kol 2.23)It is true that those customs sound good to a person's ears that they are good church customs,...However they do not help a person to rule/control the desires of his body.tang2.3.2.2Soundsound
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tektek2intransitive verbEnglishsound type; tappingDepending on whether there is one occurrence of this sound or more than one, one might say tek, tektek, or tektektek. This is described as the sound made by a chicken, or sometimes by a vehicle.2.3.2.2Soundsound
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tingting gomottingting komotgomotkomottok komotintransitive verbSurák lu rahrah má i worwor ngo mosEnglishend of talking or anger; calming downThis describes the end of a noisy uproar or meeting where everyone is talking at once. This implies that people have, for the most part, stopped shouting and talking, although a few people may still be talking quietly.tingting12.3.2.2Soundsound
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toktoktok pas-itransitive serial verbSurkilkilai borEnglishcall a pigpasi12.3.2.2Soundsound
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