Tboli - English


sdolifromdolivTo cut in half; to cut open, slice, as fruit.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.Appendix 08 Ways of cutting
sdololfromdolol 1prepBeside, alongside, as sleeping beside someone, buried next to someone or walking beside another.vTo be side-by-side or alongside each other.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.Tódô sendolol le lu yem kebeng le yem lewu tau matay.They just put them alongside each other (when) they buried the two who had died.
sdonfromdonvTo cling to, as a child to the mother.Bê te tendo sdon dé, oloi kut liwà etuu.Don't let's be always clinging to each other, you go around out there.
sdounfromdoung-, h-, k-, -em-, -en-, sem-, sen-.
sdôvarsdô gunùnSus domesticus.Domestic pig, generic.Gotu ken sit ne sdô ne ungé.It will all be eaten by maya birds and pigs and rats.Appendix 27-01 Domestic animalsvTo hunt, trap wild pigs; to raise domestic pigs.ge-, he-.Tilob hesdô tu yê diu tey lemnok béléen sdô.My aunt is a good one to have raise a pig; she has a way to make it grow fast.ke-, -em-.Ke semdô le lumun yó, anien ke lomi yem gunù le, tnagak le.If they trap a pig like that (with a defect), even if their house is new, they will leave it.-en-.cfblek balayleblab 1ogong 1
sdô balaynDomestic pig.Appendix 27-01 Domestic animals
sdô bleknBoar.Appendix 27-01 Domestic animals
sdô bnesvarsdô tahunSus barbatus.Wild pig.Sdô bnes yem alì kul gel utón yó kem tau gnahen, ne dê he kem dumu utón bnes gel guta le.Wild pig (lit. pig in grass) was the meat of the people before, and they also got many other kinds of wild meat.cfleblab 1ogong 1Appendix 27-02 Wild animals
sdô ogongnSow, female pig.
sdóng lemvarsdulil lemsulil lemv(Of people and animals) for two or more to be born of one mother.
sdunSmall snip, a piece of split bamboo.vTo split a piece of bamboo; to cut into strips; to make a beginning cut in the top of bamboo so it can be pulled apart.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.Sendu lasak.A piece of split bamboo.se-.Appendix 08 Ways of cuttingadj(Of fingernails) split.me-.synsluéngsuéng1
sdukvargesdukhesduknA pole used to pick fruit, poke or hit something overhead.vTo pick fruit from a high tree by using a long pole, sometimes with a bag attached, as papaya; to have pain felt as though something is poking inside the body.ge-, he-.Tey des mékét hesduk bè sukibu.It's a very painful biting poking in my sternum.ke-, -em-, -en-, se-.
sdulvargesdulvTo push something away with one's foot.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-, se-.cfsnud 1
sduungfromduung 1vTo push, pull, force things against or towards each other.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-.Bê ye tendo senduung lu ngà ying ne ngà tù kô le sfatay.Don't always push the kitty cat and the puppy towards each other; they might fight.
sevarsmesneptlEmphasizing particle.Wen se gel tmétê onuk.There are (those) emp who usually roast chicken.se.Not emp.-m-.sme.Not emp (in defense).sne.Not emp (it's okay or nevermind then if that's the case).-n-.Géhél ten-glusem etu sne yó filakem ke tahu nóyóem se yó ngà bew.Why don't you let go of your money emp, if you really are interested in that young carabao.cfsem 1sen 1sii 1
sebvargsebnClue, warning.vTo give a clue, warning.Ke là sebu du ke Abél yem tô kbonok le du deng matay.If I hadn't warned Abél of their plan to kill him, he would be dead now.g-, h-, k-, m-, n-, se-.
sebatnA long, rattan-handled spear with iron head, used for hunting wild pig and in war.Appendix 21-01 Hunting and war implements
sebedvarsyebednBlock.vTo block, hinder one's way.Lò gel sebed ye du ke wen tô gel atulu.You usually block it if ever I have plans.g-, h-, k-, -m-, -n-.syntebleng 1blengcfseng 1