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hulul 1trans. to barter something; to trade something for another thing. <The prefix cross-references what is being given for the trade transaction.> Kanan nan in-inay ek ihulul tun onom an itlug hi manteka. The old woman said, I’m going to barter these six eggs for lard. Em ihulul tun babuy taku. You go to trade our pig. i‑/iN‑. 3H Conversive action process. Sim: hannot. (sem. domains: 6.8.4.1 - Buy, 6.8.4.2 - Sell.) 2trans. to barter or trade for something that is wanted. <Morphology: This affix set cross-references what is being traded for, i.e. bought.> ‑an/‑in‑ ‑an. 3comm. this refers to the small pig that a girl’s family takes to the boy’s house during the engagement process; this is optional, but if the hulul is given, the bride’s family does not need to repay the bride price if the engagement or marriage should be dissolved. infl. hululan infl. munhulul

hululan (infl. of hulul) trans. to buy something. Pinhod dan hululan nan payok. They want to buy my field. ‑an/‑in‑ ‑an. 5C Goal oriented site. (sem. domains: 6.8.4.1 - Buy.)

munhulul (infl. of hulul) intrans. to look for a buyer of something being sold or bartered. muN‑.

hannot (sp. var. hanot) 1trans. to exchange; to trade; to replace. Ihannot ku tun manuk hi gawgawa. I’ll exchange/trade this chicken for a duck. Hannotam nan pihu an inalam. You replace (pay back) the money which you got. Hannotanay bulwatina. She’ll exchange her dress. Dahdiy mihannot ke gobernador? Who will replace the governor? Mahannotan hantuh April. He’ll be replaced this April. i‑/iN‑, ‑an/‑in‑ ‑an. 3H Conversive action process. Sim: hulul. (sem. domains: 6.8.4.9 - Exchange, trade, 7.5.6 - Substitute.) 2ref. to change one’s own clothes. Had-onak ta munhannotak. Wait for me for I’ll change (my dress). Munhannot ka. You go and change your clothes. muN‑/nuN‑. 3comm. a replacement. Daan di hannot nan bulwati an impabangngad ku. Where is the replacement of the dress which I returned? infl. mahanhannot

in-ina (der. of ina) 1comm. old woman. In-ina mo nan nangiabban ha-oy handi. The one who cared for me when I was a child is already an old woman. Kanan nan in-inay ek ihulul tun onom an itlug hi manteka. The old woman said, I’m going to barter these six eggs for lard.” CV(C)‑. (sem. domains: 2.6.5.2 - Woman.) 2sta. to be old. Nain-ina moh ina. Mother is already an old-woman. na‑ CV(C)‑.

manteka 1comm. cooking oil; lard; animal grease. Adi mungkammoy manteka ya liting. Cooking oil and water do not mix. Athituy aton: Mamangulu ya igisay amput ya danggu hi manteka. This is how to cook it: First, saute the garlic and onions in a good amount of cooking oil. Kanan nan in-inay ek ihulul tun onom an itlug hi manteka. The old woman said, I’m going to barter these six eggs for lard. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.3.5 - Cooking oil.) 2trans. to use cooking oil in cooking. Mantekaam nan ihda taku. Use cooking oil in our viand. ‑an/‑in‑ ‑an. Language Of Borrowing: Spanish: manteca. infl. mummanteka

onom 1adj. six, cardinal number. Onom day imbabalek. I have six children. Kanan nan in-inay "Ek ihulul tun onom an itlug hi manteka." The old woman said, "I’m going to barter these six eggs for lard." Number quantifier. (sem. domains: 8.1.1.1 - Cardinal numbers.) 2adj. sixty. Nan-om dan am-in an immed Lagawe. They were sixty in all who went to Lagawe. na‑. 3comm. six each. Hin-on-om kayuh pah-onon nah itungu. Carry six apiece of the firewood. hiN‑. 4adj. sixth in a sequence. Ha-oy di mikan-om ke dakamin hintutulang. I am the sixth in the family. mika‑. (sem. domains: 8.1.1.2 - Ordinal numbers.) comp. himpulut onom der. hin-on-om der. nan-om

udman (infl. of udum) trans. to add to an existing quantity; to increase in quantity. Udmam tun pihuk te adi gumlan ihulul hi gattak. Add to my money because it is not enough to buy milk. Nungkad-uman kayu. You are increasing in number. ‑an/‑in‑ ‑an, mungka‑ ‑an/nungka‑ ‑an. 5A Changing state of site by adding something. (sem. domains: 8.1.4.2 - Increase.)