English - Tagakaulo


place to go topanawanVplace to go to
place to put s.th. (container), abetangananNa place to put s.th. (container)
place to set s.th. onbantawan2ˈban.ta͡uanVplace to set s.th. on
place to sleep over nightbantukananNplace to sleep over nightid.balay na bantukanan
place to stay, a temporaryka-eya-anNa temporary place to stay
place where a head restsulunan 2ʔulunanVplace where a head restsAw dun silan ingkud ni kyabetangan sa lawas ni Jisus, sambuk apit adti ulunan aw sambuk apit adti tuwadan.And there they sat at the place where Jesus’ body was, one by where the head rested, and one by where the feet rested.anttuwadan
place where dwells s.wh.pig-eya-anVplace where dwells s.wh.
place where one came frompyalekatan 1Vplace where one came from
place where one will travel throughout the whole place, thelegebanVthe place where one will travel throughout the whole placeLegeban nami ya Tandawanan kunallaw.We will travel throughout the whole region of Tandawanan tomorrow.
place where people assemble togetherkatipunananNplace where people assemble togetherIn Tagakaulo culture, this is the portable market (tabu-an) or the village plaza, or covered basketball court.
place where s.o. went, thepigkadtuwan 1Nthe place where s.o. went
place where s.o. will staybantukanVplace where s.o. will stay
place where something passed throughkya‑agiyan2Vplace where something passed throughUsed for an object that passes through one’s body, or for movement through a hole, gate, doorway.
place, narrowyaktawyaktawSCE.If a place is said to be mayaktaw, is is a narrow place such as a mountain ridge line.
place, table or eatingkakananankakanananNA kakananan is any place where food is placed and eaten such as a table.Simlamisa 15.1.1Furniture
placed in a certain locationpigpaligena'Vplaced in a certain location
placed s.th. before a water source (to collect water)pigtantaanVplaced s.th. before a water source (to collect water)7.5.9Put7.3.4.3Put down
placed side-by-side, s.th. isnyatagtag2tag.tagvb.statIf birds are sitting on a line, rope, wire and they are nyatagtag, they are sitting side-by-side some facing one way and other the other way.Said of birds sitting on a wire or fence, of frets on a guitar, said of windows set in a line or of rejas openings9.1.1Be8States
placement of somethingkyabetangan 1Vplacement of something
placenta, woman’sinulunan 1ʔinulunann.possdA woman's placenta, the afterbirth that is ejected immediately after a child is born. organs2Person
places s.th. side by sidepigtangkil2taŋkilVplaces s.th. side by side
plaintive cuckoobitbit1Na plaintive cuckoo; gray-breasted brush cuckoo1.6.1.2BirdOrnornithology
planbat baatSCE.planBat kalaw sa balaw yan.palpapalpaNplander.pigpalpa
plane off rough edgesbasbas1 1bas.bascfbasbas1kulutanSCE.plane off rough edgesunspec. comp. formmagbasbas2der.pagbasbasan
planet, bright morning and evening “stars”sayélsayɜlNlarge, bright "star"A sayél is a large, bright "star" in the eastern sky or the western sky and is usually a planet such as Venus.
planned to do somethingpigpalpaVplanned to do something
plant a plow (to begin plowing)sangkadSCE.plant a plow (to begin plowing)unspec. comp. formsangkadan
plant rice with dibble stick, s.o. willtumudakRLtyumudak2Vs.o. will plant rice with dibble stick
plant rice, s.o. will be able tomakapanggasVs.o. will be able to plant rice
plant s.th. with intention of transplantingtagmeng1tagmɜŋSCE.If someone will tagmeng a tree or plant, they will first plant the seed and grow the plant in a protected area or in a pot or bag, then transplant it later.6.2Agricultureder.tagmengen2
plant s.th. with intention of transplanting , willtagmengen2tagmɜŋVwill plant s.th. with intention of transplanting
plant s.th., togethermananemayVtogether plant s.th.
plant seed by broadcastingpigsabug2pig.sa.ˈbugVIf a farmer pigsabug some seed he is planting it by broadcasting.Sabug is a positive action whereas bélét is a negative action.Simbélét
plant whose leaves are used to flavor rice., An agikit is a kind ofagikik, agikitʔa.ˈgi.kikn.comm An agikit is a kind of plant whose leaves are used to flavor rice.A plant whose large, long leaves (50 cm) are used to wrap rice when making lulub, a Tagakaulo rice specialty cooked in a tube of tungkayan or laya' bamboo.
plant will be bedecked with flowers blossomsmagkabukaka'Vplant will be bedecked with flowers blossoms
plant with dibble sticktudak1tudakSCE.plant with dibble stickder.tatudak
plant with seed a plant, willbini-enVwill plant with seed a plant
plant, ampalayakalya' 2kalyaʔNampalaya plant1.5.3.1garden food plants
plant, k.o.kalambelNkind of plantan edible plant recognizable by it’s bright redflowers close to the ground.1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
plant, k.o. talltagbaktag.bakNkind of tall plantSimkalambul1.5.3.4edible roots
plant, kind oftalandingtalandiŋNkind of plant
plant, mintbawingbawiŋNa mint plantA variety of wild mint. It is used as one of several perfume plants by Tagakaulo-Kalagan women.1.5.3Grass, herb, vineBotbotany
plant, s.o. willmananemVs.o. will plant
plant, the riceumay1ʔumayNthe rice plantThe generic designation for a rice plant.Similaw3ulyab11.5.3Grass, herb, vineBotbotanyunspec. comp. forminumayander.umayan
plants for main dishesutanenenʔutanɜnɜnNplants for main dishes1.5.3.1garden food plants
plants inserted in the waistband of woman's skirt, fragrantpaneksekaypanɜksɜkayNPaneksekay are pieces of fragrant plants inserted in the waistband of woman's skirt. Simbagennes5.4.1Jewelry2.3.4Smell
plate of a wall, the top silltengkalegsp. var.tengkalugtungkalegNthe top sill plate of a wall
plates, weavedanggut1daŋgutSCE.weave platesder.nyangdanggut2