machinemakinamakinaNA makina is any kind of machine or engine.
made (at/on a location)imo-anVmade (at/on a location)22.214.171.124Make126.96.36.199Create
made a design, s.o.migbatek3batɜkVs.o. made a design
made a fire by banking wood logs in a stackmigdulukmig.ˈdu.lukVsomeone made a fire by banking wood logs in a stack
made a hole in s.th. by accident, s.o.nyalusut2SCE.s.o. made a hole in s.th. by accidentNyalusut aku dun ni buwaw.I stepped and the floor gave way there in the hole. (context: the outhouse floor collapsed because a person was just a little too heavy.)der.nyalusut1
made a hole in somethingpigbuslutanVmade a hole in something
made a hole into some materialpiggawanganVmade a hole into some materialDone on purpose.
made at a location, s.th will bema-imo-anVs.th will be made at a location
made decorationsbyatata͡an2batataVIf a weapon suchs a gun, spear, etc. was engraved or set with decorations it was byatataan.Asini muna na allaw awun byatataan na sinapang.Times long ago guns had decorative marks engraved in them.
made equalmig-unawa2ʔunawaVmade the same; made equal
made friends with s.o.pig-ubaybayVmade friends with s.o.
made into a raised structure, s.th.pigbantalanVs.th. made into a raised structure
made known s.wh. , caused to bepigpa-ede-anVcaused to be made know s.wh.
made up s.t.pig-imo-imo-anVmade up s.t.Pig-imo-imo-an aku nilan sa tingeg na makasilaˈ sa dengeg ku.They made up a story about me to damage my reputation.
made whole, able to bepakalingebVable to be complete; made whole
made woven platesnyangdanggut2daŋgutVIf a woman nyangdanggut she is making plates from leaves of the lingobung tree.Nyangdanggut si ina adti lawud.Mother is making eating plates from leaves of the lingobung tree downstream.
made, cause s.th. to bepan-imo-anVcause s.th. to be made
maded for s.o.pig-imo-an21ˈʔi.moʔVIf a person pig-imo-an something, he made an object for someone.Pig-imo-an kami na panday sa ingkudanan.A carpenter made an chair for us-two....pig-imo-an nilan sa pista....they made a festival for it.Beneficiary:
maggots, flesh-eatingsengetsɜ.ŋɜtNmaggots which infest dead flesh1.6.3Animal life cycle188.8.131.52InsectZoolzoologyder.pigsenget
maimedpulid11pulidvb.statIf someone is said to be pulid, they have been maimed by some kind of injury so that they are not able to walk.2.5.3Injure2.5.4Disabledder.nyapulid
maize (corn)batad 1ba.ˈtadNthe maize plantThe Tagakaulo people of the mountains grow primarily two kinds of corn; the white variety which is ground up for grits and the yellow variety which is primarily a cash crop.184.108.40.206garden food plantsBotbotanyder.batadan
maize cobskalumpalkalumpalNmaize cobsthe corn cob are used for fuel for cooking and to wipe one’s butt after defecated.220.127.116.11maizeBotbotany
maize kernals that have been poundedbagal1bagalNMaize kernals that has been pounded in a mortar and pestle is bagal.18.104.22.168.2Pound in mortar and pestleder.bagalen2der.pigbagal2
maize plant, the fruit ear of thepusu' na batadpusuʔ na batadn.phr.the fruit ear of the maize plant22.214.171.124maizeBotbotany