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accompany (cmd)aagadʔa͡a.gadvb.stataccompany (cmd)Aagad kamu kanaken adti simbahan kunallaw.You go with/accompany me to church tomorrow.Command
accompany another somewhere, someone is forced topigpa‑agadVsomeone is forced to accompany another somewhereSimated
accompany another, will cause s.o. topa-agadan3ˈʔa.gadVIf a someone is pa-agadan they will be the one caused to accompany a person to some place.Used in the context of being kidnapped, abducted, or carried away into captivity.
accompany s.o. (used with neg. existential)agadiVaccompany s.o. (used with neg. existential)
accompany s.o. , caused topigpa-agad3ˈʔa.gadvb.trans.motIf something pigpa-agad is being caused to go with or follow along side of someone.Usually because they are forced to against one’s will.
accompany s.o. , willagadan3ˈʔa.gadvb.intrans.motIf a person will agadan they will be the one being accompanied by someone or something.7.2.5Accompany
accompany someone, the priviledge to be able topagpaka‑agadVthe priviledge to be able to accompany someone
accompany them s.wh., s.o. causes another topagpa-agadanVs.o. causes another to accompany them s.wh.
accompany, allowed topya-agad3pʸa.ˈʔa.gadvb.trans.motIf a person pya-agad someone he was allowed to accompany them.
accompany, alwaysagad-agadˈʔa.ga.ˈda.gadSCE.Go withder.pig-agad-agadan
accompany, many are caused topyampa-agad3ˈʔa.gadvb.trans.motMany people pyampa-agad if they are forced to accompany somebody such as after a raid on a village.
accompany, s.o. willmagad3ˈmaa.gadVs.o. will accompany7.2.5.2Follow
accompanying s.o.pig-agad-agadVaccompanying s.o.
accursed, bekyatullunanvb.statbe accursed
accursed, will be -plmagpanullunVwill be accursed-pl
accusation, a falsepagbintangNa false accusation
accuse falselydapel1ˈda.pɜlSCE.accuse falselySimpigselselder.pigdapel2
accuse s.o., will rightfullypasala-enVwill rightfully accuse s.o.
accused of s.th., wronglypigdapel2ˈda.pɜlVIf a person has been pigdapel he has been wrong accused of a crime.Pigdapel aku nilan tyumakaw sa kuda'.I was +wrongly +accused by them of stealing the horse.
accustomnalam1SCE.accustomder.kanalamander.kyanalamander.ma-inalamunspec. comp. formmagkanalamnalam2der.magnalamder.nalamader.nalamender.nyanalamder.pignalam2neg.ex.phrwala' kanalaminalamaVaccustom
accustom to, becamenyanalamnya.na.lamvb.statbecame accustom toNyanalam aku adti buntud.I have become accustom to living here in the mountains.
accustom to, s.o. is notwala' kanalamiPhr.s.o. is not accustom to
accustom to, thing one iskanalamanvb.statthing one is accustom to
accustomed to, habituallymagnalamVhabitually accustomed to
achilles tendon, one’skewit 1n.possda person’s Achilles tendon which runs between the foot and one’s lower calve.
acnebegasbegasbɜgasbɜgascfbegasbegasdadyawatNThis term begasbegas is a emphemism for acne. diseasedadyawatdadyawatcfbegasbegasdadyawatNDadyawat is a oily skin condition known as acne that afflicts adolecent teens. diseaseMedimedicine
acquire birthright, able topakakalakala2kalakalaVable to acquire birthright
across from , betimbang1 3timbaŋprepbe across from Across but without an obsticle separating two objectsder.pantimbangender.pigtimbangder.timbangen1der.timbangen2
act like a king over someonemighari-hari'Vact like a king over someone
act possessedbuntugan na usabuntugan na usaIf someone is said to buntugan na usa, he is having convulsion, is acting crazy or possessed by a spirit.
acting crazymeneng1mɜnɜŋvb.statIf a child is said to be meneng, he is acting crazy, foolishly, or having a temper tantrum.der.menengmenengender.migkamenengmeneng2
action of humilitylupung1lupuŋSCE.action of humilityder.nyanillupung2
action that one is sorry forselselan2sɜlsɜlVaction that one is sorry for
actionsimo‑ununˈʔi.mo.ʔu.nunNIf a person says he has many imo-unun, he has many things to do around the house.Madég ya imo-unun ku.I have many things to do.
actions, caused to do inappropriatepaselet2sɜlɜtVcaused to do inappropriate actions
adam’s apple, man’sbulaguku'1 2bu.la.gu.kuʔn.possdthe part of the male’s neck where the adam’s apple is located2.1.1.4MouthAnatanatomy
add an additional amounttuyung1tuyuŋSCE.add an additional amount
add ingredient to s.th.pigdugangan2dugaŋVadd ingredient to s. t.
add on to existing story and pass it on as originalsugpatsugpat 2sugpatsugpatSCE.add on to existing story and pass it on as originalder.pig‑isugpatsugpat
add on to s.th.sugpatsugpatSCE.add on to s.th. der.magsugpat
add todugang1ˈdu.gaŋSCE.add toder.dugangander.dugangender.kadugangander.migdugang2der.pagdugangder.pigdugang3der.pigdugangan2
add to existing amounttuyungi2tuyuŋiVIf you request someone to tuyungi your coffee, you are asking that person to add something else such as cream to it also for you. It is also used as request to add to the original brideprice.
added to s.th.pigdugang3dugaŋVadded to s.th.
added to, s.o.migdugang2dugaŋVs.o. added to
addictedlagukunSCE.addicted to somethingBe addicted to eating, drinking, alcohol. etcSimmakanmakan
addicted to foodmakanmakanVsomeone is addicted to eatingSimlagukun
adding on hours, keepdalungdalung 1.1keep adding on hours
adding to s.th., thepagdugangVthe adding to s.th.
adding to, will keepdugangenVwill keep adding to