Tboli - English


hsulékfromsulék 3fromulékvTo include, finish all of something.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.cfulék 1
hsùfromvTo put, to place.Ket gnahen ket knilu le hnunges le doun méngé, ne gotu hsù le lu lem abì.When (each kettle of rice) is done, they ladle it up, wrap it in the large leaves and put them all in a basket.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-.Ne omin yem logi gotu hemsù du utón yó kem ken.And then the man (of the house) will put the meat on all the food.-en-.Ne hensù le kluon tukô yem hiit, ne gtien eteta ebè sufaw yem tniba.And they put some weeds on the end of the tiny arrow and shoot it toward the top edge of the field.se-.
htavTo welcome a visitor up into the house.ge-, he-, ke-.Ne bè yem klawa le bè yó ya tey gel kehta le kul.When they visited there, my how they welcomed them.-em-, -en-, se-.
htabafromtabavTo call for somebody to be present before approving any proposal or before ending a case.synhyón 1yón 2
htabagfromtabagvTo go away, as to escape from a situation.Sok là bud le móyô mimón tuha le yó kem ngà gel le htabag.If the children no longer want to obey their parents, they just go away.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.
htafìfromtafìvTo hold one's breath while crying or laughing.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.htafì kmuliLaugh while holding one's breath.htafì mkikCry while holding one's breath, as a child in a tantrum.
htahufromtahuvTo agree; to believe; to happen; to exist; to occur, as a real downpouring of rain.Olò ye gel hulung htahu dé sok wen tulón kuy.You should know how to believe it when you are told something.Sotu gunu le hemtahu kem Tboli, imò gel hemdes tau.Another thing the Tboli believe in is a curse that always harms people.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-.Deng nen e nmò hemtahu du kmulón.Then it really poured down rain.-en-, se-.synhnówó 1lówó
htantangvFor something to fall, flow little by little, as tears or saliva when eating something very hot, or very sour or bitter.Tódô htantang iwolen ne lewoken nen e gesfà tey mala des.His saliva and tears just flowed when he accidentally chewed very hot peppers.ge-, ke-, -em-, -en-.synhtosok 1
htanggasvTo go out in the heat, rain or any open space without eating, without head covering.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.
htatakfromtatak 1vTo be tattooed with a certain mark to indicate a relationship, as a gang.ge-, he-, ke-.
htatawfromtatawvTo make clear; to clarify something.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-, se-.
htawvTo be astonished, surprised at; to wonder, marvel at; to be new to something or someone.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.Ya tey keskuli le du abay se hentaw ton le bè Hnu.How they laughed at Turtle because they were surprised at what they saw on him.se-.syntenga 1
htawêvTo exaggerate, as in laughter, crying, screaming.Tibas là bong buten deng sana htawê lem blóng kem ngà.Even though it is only a little thing, she still exaggerated (scolding) the children.advExaggeratedly, overly done, excessively.Élél gunun htawê lemangat, tek udél kem ngà.It was unreasonable her excessive screaming about the words of the children.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-, se-.synhedlà 1dlà*htayul 1htungan 1tungan 2kudung 1tbogò 1telek 1cfhtawid 1
htawidadv(Of crying, yelling, calling) at the extreme top of the voice.Nee là tonen ke yéen yem ngà nan e nmò htawid lemangat.When the child did not see her mother she started to scream at the top of her voice.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.synhnówó 1lówócfhedlà 1dlà*htawê 1htayul 1htungan 1tungan 2kudung 1tbogò 1telek 1
htayuladvTo do things to the extreme, as climbing too high up a tree.Béi kat mkaf htayul.Don't climb too high up.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.Tedu ni alì hentayul lenangatem ni?What is this screaming at the top of your voice all about?synhedlà 1dlà*hleng 1htawê 1htungan 1tungan 2kudung 1tbogò 1telek 1cfhtawid 1
htedekfromtedekv(Of people, animals) to stretch out straight when full, tired or sick.Tey ulal bong htedek bótóng lan!A very big snake is stretched out along the path!ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.
hteemvTo grouch, to look on edge, to be upset.Tedu kat moen tau ni deng tódô nbuten ekimel ni tendo hteem.I don't know what's the matter with this person, he has been upset since yesterday.ge-, ke-, -em-, -en-.cfhtifós 1tifós
htegfromteg*vTo establish one's life, as to be independent.Oloi dmalang hteg.Learn to be independent.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-, se-.synhdà 12
htel sigelvTo raise one's arms in anger, to challenge for a fight, to defend oneself in court.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-, se-.
htelemvTo be snobbish.ge-, he-, -em-, -en-.Tedu alì hentelemem ni?What are you being so snobbish about here?se-.cfhlamfis 1htifós 1tifós
htentengadvDisplaying strength, stamping about angrily, not listening to anyone; walking straight and fast.Nawaw tum Mà Idà laen kô dù lanem stulón du, són moen mógów htenteng.Imagine that Mà Idà, there's no way to talk to him; all he does is to stomp about angrily.ge-, ke-, -em-, -en-.cfheglenget 1glenget
htengen mdàfromtengen 3vTo stop walking and stand still, as to pause.ge-, ke-, -en-.
hteweladvSteadily, constantly, straightforwardly....htewel mudél....steadily talking.Suloyen buteng htewel kmulón.All night long it rained steadily.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-, se-.synhgenged 1genged
hténggêadvDoing something to the fullest, as when eating, laughing.Són mò le hténggê kmuli.All they do is laugh to the fullest.ge-, ke-, -em-, -en-.synhedlà 1dlà*tungan 1
htétélfromtétélvTo be hard, harsh toward someone, as spewing forth bad words.Kegenen du tuha logi dumu me sléténg ke gel lengel són moen gel htétél.When the old man next door was alive and when he was drunk, he always spewed forth (bad words).ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.