hong-o 1sta. to be delicious; refers to cooked food or wine. Deket ingkamo nan Vetsin nah ihda on mahong-o peman. If the Vetsin (MSG) is mixed up with the viand, it is indeed very delicious. Mahong-oy baya da. Their wine is delicious. Makahhong-oy inhaang mu. What you cook is very delicious. Mahong-oy uung. Mushrooms are delicious. ma‑, makaC‑. 6D Descriptives. Syn: imas. (sem. domains: 2.3.3 - Taste.) 2trans. to enjoy a delicious taste. Hong-owonay iha-ang Maria. He enjoys the delicious food that Maria cooks. ‑on/‑in‑, ‑um‑/‑imm‑.
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ambabala comm. gemmed puffball mushroom, edible, medium size, violet in color; grows in clumps in ricefield or in and around piled ricestalks; delicious flavor, similar to yellow Jack O’lantern. Inalak nan ambabala nah pingkol ot ihdak ya makahhong-o. I got the mushrooms from the mound and ate them and they were delicious. Gen: uung. (sem. domains: 1.5.4 - Moss, fungus, algae.)
ballu comm. 1immature rice; roasted, pounded and eaten. Makahhong-o nan ballu. The ballu is so delicious. Sim: intuppi. (sem. domains: 5.2 - Food.) 2any immature plant; unripe fruit. Adim ni-an alan nan mangga te ballu. Do not get the mango fruit because it is immature. (sem. domains: 1.5.6 - Growth of plants.)
dotag 1comm. meat. [The word is often used as a word for pork since it is the most common meat sold and served at feasts.] Mahong-oy dotag mu nangina. Meat is delicious but it’s expensive. Ya ninomnom ku nan dotag an oognak ya maid. And I remembered the meat I was holding and it was gone. 2trans. meat that is shared; meat that is given as payment for something. Dotagom da Tayaban. Give a share of meat to Tayaban’s family. (meat from ritual) Damana mu dotagom nan gangha. Yes, it’s possible (to borrow gongs) but you must give meat as a payment. ‑on/‑in‑. dintagan
gahhilang comm. corn, generic term. Mahong-on kanon di gahilang. Corn is very delicious to eat. Munhuhumangan kamin da amana ya munlilingotak hi kay gagahilang. We were conversing with her father and I was nervous (lit. sweating, beads of sweat, like corn). Spec: bumti, ibti. (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52.3 - Food from vegetables.) id. lumingot hi kay gagahhilang
homtak 1intrans. to make a smacking sound when eating. Munhomtak hi Eddy te mahong-oy ihdana. Eddy was smacking his lips because his food was delicious. Adika humomtak. Don’t smack your lips. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Types of sounds.) 2trans. to make a smacking sound about something one likes. Homtakanay dotag. He smacks his lips when he eats meat. Mahomtakan di kadikit na. Her beauty makes one smack his lips. ‑an/‑in‑ ‑an, ma‑ ‑an. 3comm. the sound of smacking of lips or tongue against palate when eating, usually to show that the food is delicious or may be made to show that one appreciates something beautiful. Madngol di homtak na. His smacking could be heard.
Honga 1prop. a ritual to cure a sick person or to gain prestige involving a sacrifice and a feast or to bless the planting of rice. Waday Honga ad Tuplak. There’s a Honga-prestige feast at Tuplak. (sem. domains: 4.9.5 - Practice religion.) 2intrans. to perform the Honga ritual. Munhonga da te mundogoh amada. They will perform the Honga-ritual because their father is sick. muN‑/nuN‑. 3trans. to perform the Honga ritual for someone who is sick. Hong-om hi inam ta adi daka ibaag hi tagu. Perform the Honga-ritual for your mother (understood that she is sick) so that people will not say bad things about you. ‑on/‑in‑. 4B Tactile - Touch contact. n. ph. Hongan di mundogo n. ph. Hongan di page
idu 1comm. spoon. Dakol di idu mi. We have many spoons. Sim: pakko. (sem. domains: 5.1 - Household equipment.) 2intrans. to use a spoon. Takon handi ya mun-idu da din aammod. Even during the early times, our ancestors used spoons. Umidu ka tuh ihda ta tamtamam ten mahong-o. Take a spoonful of this vegetable dish and taste if it is delicious. muN‑/nuN‑, ‑um‑/‑imm‑. 3trans. to use a spoon to pick up a substance. Iduwom tun ahin ta idat mu nan unga. Spoon this salt and give it to the child. ‑on/‑in‑. id. hinggampay iduna
ipugo₁ comm. 1native rice. [This rice variety is planted on wetland; it requires 5 to 6 months of growth before it can be harvested. According to an oral legend, this rice variety was first planted on a hill called Imbiday, near Kiyangan by hunter-brothers, Ballituk and Kabbigat.] Mahong-o nan ipugo mu nan wagwag. Native rice is more delicious than the lowland-rice. Ipugo nan intanom mid uwani nah payo. The rice we planted now is the native-vairety. Sim: bulkitan, tinoon₁; gen: bog’a. (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Food from plants.) 2human being. [May also refer to someone from the hills, ipugo.] 3refers to the Ifugao people. [Used in the Ketema and Bonwe rituals.] Oral Literature of the Tuwali Ifugao in Kiangan by Manuel Dulawan.
mam-a 1sta. to be more so; as a comparative, for something to become more so in degree. Immanamut da kediyen algo ya dakol di istolya da, namam-an Julie. When they went home, they told many stories, especially Julie. Namam-an mahong-o hin udman pay hi gatan di niyug. It is more tasty if coconut milk is used. Mamam-ay dogona te maid kanona. His sickness will become worse because he has had nothing to eat. ma‑/na‑. 6D Descriptives. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Increase.) 2trans. to increase the degree of a condition or event; to make worse. Adim mam-ahon nan hakit di uluna. Do not worsen his headache. ‑on/‑in‑. Sim: lodlod. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124 - Become, change state.) 3proc. to become better or worse. Numpulbus ya immam-anay binlana. She used powder and it enhanced her fairness. Mungkamam-a nan dogo na. His ailment is becoming worse. ‑um‑/‑imm‑, mungka‑. infl. namam-a
mutog₁ comm. 1a somewhat thick fluid excreted by mucous membranes of mouth and nose; moistens and protects; increases when there is infection; mucus. Ihong-ot mu nan mutog mu. Blow your nose to remove your mucus. (sem. domains: 2.2 - Body functions.) 2riddle Hin muntikid ya magala; mo deket mundayyu ya mun-ule-ule. (mutog) It’s fast when climbing but very slow when descending. (mucus) der. mummumutog
paggalat 1comm. edible fern variety. Mahong-o di paggalat an ihda. Fern-grass is delicious as a viand. Sim: ap-apat, appaku. (sem. domains: 1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine.) 2intrans. to gather edible ferns. Mamaggalat hi Talakka hi ena igattang hi bigat. Talakka is gathering edible ferns which she will sell. maN‑/naN‑.
pay adv. 1refers to an addtional item; also. Ihaklunganak pay. Dip another cup for me. Indai otto- kanana pay di “Maphod ta hiyo- nan bumdang ya- maule.” Later on er...he added “It’s good that the bumdang-spirits are kind.” Dakol di damanan mitakke adi ya abuh ginattut mo udum nat linibu pay. Many people can ride and it is not only the hundreds but sometimes by the thousands also. Additive. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - And, also.) 2adds emphasis to a statement; definitely. Madney pay ta ahida umali. It will definitely be a long time before they come. Namam-an mahong-o hin udman pay hi gatan di niyug. It is definitely more tasty if coconut milk is added. (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - Certainly, definitely.) Language Of Borrowing: Ilocano.
puhu₂ 1comm. banana blossom. Mahong-on ibayuh allama nan puhu. Banana blossoms pounded with crabs are delicious. (sem. domains: 1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine.) 2intrans. to gather banana blossoms. Eka manungpup ta eyak mamuhu. You go and gather bamboo shoots while I go to gather banana blossoms. maN‑/naN‑.