English - Tagakaulo
went against syumungsung 1 suŋsuŋ V went against Said of moving against the normal flow of the wind, current of water where there is constant pressure went against a strong current piglanglang V went against a strong current Said of someone who is walking through water that rapidly moving. went around /by passed, s.o. nyaliwes V s.o. went around /by passed went directly somewhere for lodging byantuk 1 bantuk V went directly somewhere for lodging went first, s.o. or s.th. nyuna 2 ʔuna V s.o. or s.th. went first went into shock pig-alipetengan 2 ʔalipɜtɜŋ V If a person has pig-alipetengan, they have gone into shock. went out, s.o. or s.th. lyumuwa' 2 lyu.mu.waʔ V s.o. or s.th. went out went over the other side, s.o. nyabaluy 1 V s.o. went over the other side went to some place on purpose pigkadtuwan 2 V went to some place on purpose went to, s.o. nyadtu nyaad.tu V s.o. went to +Nyadtu kagabi ya ise' ni alug. The child +went +to the river yesterday. went towards (a certain direction), s.o. or s.th. syuminan V s.o. or s.th. went towards (a certain direction) west sallep 1 sal.lɜp SCE. west der. sumallep neg.ex.phr wala' sallep sallepan sallɜpan adv.dir. The sun sets adti sallepan, that is, it sets in the west. wet basa' 1 ̀ba.ˈsaʔ vb.stat wet der. mabasa' der. magtimbasa' der. nyabasa' 3 wet, be mabasa' 1 ma.ba.ˈsaʔ vb.stat be wet 1.3.3 Wet wet, became migkabasa' 4 ̀mig.ka.ba.ˈsaʔ vb.stat became wet 188.8.131.52 Become, change state 1.3.3 Wet wet, feel mabasa' 2 ma.ba.ˈsaʔ vb.stat feel wet 2.3.5 Sense of touch 1.3.3 Wet wet, s.o. is nyabasa' 3 ̀nʸa.ba.ˈsaʔ vb.stat s.o. is wet That was not wet normally. wetness kabasa' ̀ka.ba.ˈsaʔ vb.stat wetness 1.3.3 Wet we-two ta 2 1 ta we-two 9.2.3 Pronouns what unu 1 ʔunu pron.interrog what say. dili' maka-unu comp. pangkay unu der. pig-unu der. pig-unu 2 contr. sangunu der. unun walan walan pron.interrog what 184.108.40.206 Question words contr. wan wan wan pron.interrog what 220.127.116.11 Question words what became of? kyanuwan 2 kyaa.nuan vb.stat what became of? Kyanuwan ya bekten mu? What ever became of your arm? Used in the context of a recent event such as someone getting sick and going to the hospital, or someone falling from a coconut plant and breaking a leg. When asking about someone in general, “manu?” is used instead. 18.104.22.168 Question words what do you call it kwan Pro what do you call it What happened? nyanu yan? v.phr What happened? what is said to call a cat ku, ku, ku, ku Phr. what is said to call a cat what is the state of? manu manu pron.interrog what is the state of?