English - Tagakaulo


wad up s t in one's handkeme' 2.2If someone pigkeme' a piece of paper, they have wadded it in their hand.7.7.4Press
wade in watertyala'Vwade in water
wage, monthlybulan3bulanNfigmonthly wage
waist, one’sawak 1ʔa.wakn.possdthe narrow part of one’s body just above the hips called the waist2.1.2TorsoAnatanatomyder.mangawakder.mating-awakder.pigpangawak
waittagad1 1tagadSCE.waitder.pagtagadder.tumagad1tumagad1ta.gadRLtyumagadVwait, remain
wait [command]tagad1 2tagadVwait [command]der.pagtagadder.tumagad1
wait for s.th. or s.o., s.o. willtumagad3RLtumagad2Vs.o. will wait for s.th. or s.o.
wait, s.o. willtumagad2Vs.o. will wait
waited, s.o.tyumagadVs.o. waited
waiting, thepagtagadVthe waiting
walesabedˈʔa.bɜdNIf a person has welts or wales on his skin he has abed usually the result of a beating or from scratches.2.5.3Injure7.9.1Damage
walk abreast in a groupmagtekap2tɜkapVwalk abreast in a groupMagtekap silan manaw sa manga karniro.They were walking in the midst and guiding the sheep.
walk along the side of a hill, s.o. willgumalabRLgyumalabVs.o. will walk along the side of a hill
walk around, did notwala' pakalimbayPhr.did not walk around
walk bowlegged, habituallymagsakangsakang2sakaŋsakaŋVIf a person magsakangsakang, they walk bowlegged. defect7.2.1.1Walk
walk heavily and swiftly, s.o. willlumakat2lakatRLlyumakat1Vs.o. will walk heavily and swiftly
walk heavylakat1lakatSCE.walk heavyunspec. comp. formlakatlakatder.lumakat2
walk in single filegiyudgiyudSCE.walk in single file
walk on all foursmagtuwadtuwadVa person to walk on both hands and feet (but not knees)7.1Posture
walk or move in single file line, caused topigpaketlegVpeople are caused to walk or move in single file line
walk or travel upstreamsuba'subaʔSCE.walk or travel upstream1.3.1.3River7.2.4Travelder.sumuba'
walk outsidelimbaySCE.walk outsideneg.ex.phrwala' pakalimbay
walk squatted down (as if to hide)mangkubububu 1maŋ.ˈku.bu.ˈbu.buVwalk squatted down (as if to hide)7.1Posture
walk with hands and feet (but not on knees)tuwadtuwadSCE.walk with hands and feet (but not on knees)7.1Postureder.magtuwadtuwad
walking with arms swinging back and forthmagtablentablenVwalking with arms swinging back and forth7.1Posture
walks heavily and swiftly, s.o.lyumakat1lakatVs.o. walks heavily and swiftly
walldingdingdiŋ.diŋNA dingding is a wall primarily of a house or dwelling.
wall or fence, outside woodlansadlansadNoutside wood wall or fence
walling made from laya' bamboosinawali'cfsasalsinawali'Nwalling made from laya' bamboo
wallow in mudlunanglunaŋSCE.wallow in mud
wander aroundlegeblegeb1lɜgɜblɜgɜbcflegeblegeb1limbaylimbaypanawpanaw2SCE.wander aroundmiglegeblegeb2lɜgɜblɜgɜbVwander around
wander offmigpalleg2pallɜgVwander off; stray (said of an animal)palleg1pallɜgSCE.wander offder.migpalleg2
wander off course, caused tomagpasuwayVsomeone is caused to stray off course
wandering around in a terrritory or region, s.o. bekyalegebanVs.o. be wandering around in a terrritory or region
wanders around, s.o. habituallymaglegeblegebVs.o. habitually wanders around
wantkalimankalimanVdesire; wantkalimiVwant; desire
want it, I don’tya‑i lainterjI don’t want it
want more, willallupanVwill want more
want something that does not belong to youalupˈʔa.lupˈʔa.luɸSCE.covetSimkalimder.mag-alupder.pig-alupanunspec. comp. formwala' alupi
want to do, s.o. willmagkalimVs.o. will want to do
wanted somethingkyalimanVsomeone desired something
wants, s.o.malimvb.auxs.o. wantsMalim aku minem sa kapé.I would like to drink some coffee.
wardakula' na tanamdakulaʔ na tanamcfdakula' na tanamgidan.phr.A dakula' na tanam is a war or great battle.4.8.2Fight4.8.3WarpagtanamNbattle; war
war, agidagidacfdakula' na tanamgidaNa warYa gida asini muna to-o malug ya manga utaw.In the war long ago people found it very hard.A war usually in reference to the Japanese and American war (WW2).
warm themselves by a fire, s.o. willmanalangVs.o. will warm themselves by a fire
warming themselves by a firenyampanalangVpeople are warming themselves by a fire
warming themselves by a fire or source of heat, people are eachmigsipanalangVpeople are each warming themselves by a fire or source of heat
warming themselves by a source of heat, someone isnyanalangVsomeone is warming themselves by a source of heat
warmly, greetkabet1ˈka.bɜtRLkyumabet2SCE.greet warmlyder.kumabetder.magkabetay3der.pagkakabetay