jab or poke with stick or fingersunggaksuŋ.gakSCE.jab or poke with stick or finger
jab s.o. with elbowssikuwan3si.kuanVjab someone with one’s elbows
jabs with elbow, s.o.magpanikusi.kuVs.o. jabs with elbowMagpaniku ya eped ku na migtankil nyingkud.My companion that sat next to me kept jabbing (me) with the elbow.
Jackfruit treelangka'laŋkaʔNjackfruit treeA small tree which bears a very large, green fruit. The fruit when still immature is cooked as a vegetable. The mature fruit sweet-smelling and is yellow with juice that is rubberlike sticky.Artocarpus heterophylla1.5.1Tree22.214.171.124.2Food from fruitBotbotany
jerk and pull s.th., willbegtengenbɜgtɜŋVwill jerk and pull s.th.Begtengen mu ya eket.You will jerk and pull the rope.Such as an anchor at the bottom of the sea but also in other contexts; to pull on a rope.
join /unite with, s.o. privileged tonyakasambukVs.o. privileged to join /unite with
join in with others, s.o. willsumambukRLsyumambukVs.o. will join in with othersDili' da tumbay kanilan na sumambuk kuman dun ni Pista.They would no longer be allowed to join with others in eating there at the Fiesta.