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doggan ( indoggan) comm. in back of the body; backside of something; behind. Immalih ina an nalpu nah indoggan di bale Mother came from behind the house (sem. domains: 8.5.1.1.1 - Behind.)

indoggan (doggan) 1comm. the back of the body. Waday bigi nah indoggan mu. There is a worm on your back. (sem. domains: 2.1.2 - Torso.) 2trans. to turn one’s back to something or someone. Inindoggan kuy dola. I turned my back towards the yard. i‑/iN‑. 3G Move body or body parts directionally. (sem. domains: 7.2.2.6 - Turn.)

oggan (sp. var. uggan) adv. 1some unspecified times; periodically; now and then; sometimes. Ogganak umeh balen da apu. I sometimes go to my grandparents’ house. Ogganak idatan ke auntie hi pihu. My auntie gives me money now and then. Ogganak muntudok ke hiya. I used to write him now and then. Nate moh apu Casilda ya maid moy oggan mangialih allaman nibayuh puhu. After Grandmother Casilda died, there was no one from that time to bring crabs pounded with banana blossoms. Sim: pinninghan. (sem. domains: 8.4.3 - Indefinite time.) 2unspecified future times, no end time in view; from now on. Adika mo oggan munha-ang te binoggam nan inha-ang mud nakugab. Don’t cook rice anymore because what you cooked yesterday was not cooked well. (sem. domains: 8.4.5 - Relative time.)

togtoggan (der. of togtog) nom. a chopping board; a derivation of the root meaning to chop in pieces. Kapyaon hi togtogan nan makulhin kaiw. Make the hardwood into a chopping board. (sem. domains: 6.7 - Tool.)

pinninghan (der. of pinghan) adv. sometimes; occasionally; infrequently; once in a while. Pinninghan on nagawidak. I occasionally go home. Pinninghan on inayagan dakamih bale da. We are occasionally invited to their house. ‑inn‑. Time. Sim: oggan. (sem. domains: 8.4.3 - Indefinite time.)

ali 1come. 1.1intrans. to move from a place thought of as ‘there’ by a speaker or hearer, to a place thought of as ‘here’; to come. Umaliyak ot hi baleyu ta ialik tun binakle muden immali ka. I was about to come to your house to bring these rice cakes but then you came. Immalih ina an nalpu nah indoggan di bale. Mother came from behind the house. 2A Movement, from one place to another. ‑um‑/‑imm‑. (sem. domains: 7.2 - Move.) 1.2intrans. progressive aspect of come. Mangali amam. Your father is coming. Indai ot ya abut mangalin nahho- wa-el, inang ay, waday munhuhummangan. Later on, he was approaching the er...creek, he saw..there were voices conversing. maN‑/naN‑. 2trans. to bring; come with something. <The prefix set, i-/iN-, cross-references the object being brought.> Iali yu nan babuy hi andani. Bring the pig later. In-ali dah ka-anin pagey. They brought newly-harvested rice. Nate moh apu Casilda ya maid moy oggan mangialih allaman nibayuh puhu. After Grandmother Casilda died, there was no one to bring crabs pounded with banana blossoms. i‑/iN‑, mangi‑/nangi‑. 3F Move something along with oneself. (sem. domains: 7.3.3 - Take somewhere.)

bantay trans. to guard; watch over someone or something. Bantayam tun igattang inam. Watch over these goods your mother is selling. Mumbantay kah tu. Guard this place. Ha-oy di oggan mumbantay nah tendaan ya ha-oy di mangdon hi aladdun nan drawer. I am the one who frequently watches over the store and I am the one who holds the key to the drawer. ‑an/‑in‑ ‑an, muN‑/nuN‑. 5C Goal oriented sites. Sim: adug. Language Of Borrowing: Ilocano.

banting 1comm. matchstick; matches. [This was the name given to the flintstone, piece of iron and piece of cotton used for lighting fire before matches.] Adiyu pid-on di banting hi u-unga te indani ya gumhob da. Don’t let children play with matches for they might burn something. Ha-adana pitololio ot ibangngad na ot alana nan banting ot tolgana ot ahi hukapon Feberio. He put some kerosene (in the container) and placed it back (in the heater) and got a match and lit it before Feberio covered it. (sem. domains: 5.5.4 - Burn, 5.5 - Fire.) 2trans. to set fire to something by using matches. Bantingam tun holok ta dumalang. Light the grass so it will burn. Alam nan banting nah indoggan mut bantingam nan papel ta dumalang. You get the matches behind you (lit. at your back) and light the paper so it will burn. Dakol di tagu mo ohan obban. (banting) There are many people using one blanket (box of matches). (riddle) ‑an/‑in‑ ‑an. (sem. domains: 5.5.4 - Burn.)

dalat₁ 1trans. to mention something or someone. Adim oggan dalaton hiya. Don’t ever mention it again. ‑on/‑in‑, ma‑. Speech Verbs - General. (sem. domains: 3.5.1 - Say.) 2comm. a well-known person who is frequently talked about. Hiyay madmaddalat ta nangamung. He is the one mentioned all the time. (sem. domains: 2 - Person.)

dangpa₁ 1trans. to be unsuspecting of someone or something. Dangpahom nan at-attona ot maki-e kan hiya?. You are unsuspecting about what he does and yet you went with him? ‑on/‑in‑. (sem. domains: 3.2.1.4 - Stupid.) 2intrans. naive; innocently childlike. He-a ken manangpa ni-an ya op-opya ka. As for you, you are still childlike so you should keep quiet. Dita ke boppon makannangpa ya adita oggan maki-kie hanadah nakannomnoman te talatalammon dita. Those of us who are very naive should not be going around with those who are clever because they will trick us. maN‑, maka‑.

dehna (comp. of de, hina) demonstrative predicate. there is; predicates the existence of someone or something there, by you (the listener). Dehnan nah indoggan mu nan uwa. The knife is there at your back. Sim: deyahna. (sem. domains: 9.2.3.5 - Demonstrative pronouns.)

dolog 1comm. fish, generic; mudfish; found in rice paddies, rivers and small lakes. Nadandani on in-ohnong na ta ang-angona nadan oggan tumul-un dolog nah liting. From time to time, Bugan would stop walking and look at the fish that came to the surface of the water. spec: yuyu, dalit. (sem. domains: 1.6.1.5 - Fish.) 2trans. to catch fish. Eda manlog nah payon Bugan. They are going to catch fish in Bugan's field. maN‑/naN‑. 3trans. to have fish in pond or ricefield; to place fish into pond or ricefield. Nadlogan di payomi. Our rice field has mudfish in it. Dologan yu nan payoyu. Place mudfish in your ricefield. ma‑ ‑an/na‑ ‑an, ‑an/‑in‑ ‑an.

dool intrans. to become or to be retarded or stupid. Adim oggan patnaan an mummarihwana te dumool. Don’t ever try using marijuana because it will make you stupid. Hinae tuwali nan abunay butong an inilam ta deyan nadool ka mo ahan. That’s what you get for only knowing how to get drunk, now you have become retarded. ‑um‑/‑imm‑, ma‑/na‑. (sem. domains: 3.2.1.4 - Stupid.)

gartib (sp. var. galatib) 1comm. a pair of scissors. Alam nan gartib ta pu-litan daka. Get the scissors and we will cut your hair. (sem. domains: 6.7.1 - Cutting tool.) 2trans. to cut with scissors. Gartibom ya- tun papel. Please cut this paper. Gartibam tun buuk ku nah indoggan. Cut some of my hair at the back. Punggartib na papel. He is cutting the paper. ‑on/‑in‑, ‑an/‑in‑ ‑an, puN‑. (sem. domains: 7.8.3 - Cut.) Language Of Borrowing: Ilocano: kartib.

ingha intrans. 1to become accustomed to something; to be used to something; adjusted. Adim oggan ipatnan munlukut te umingha. Don’t ever try smoking because you will become used to it. Immingha mon hiya nan hamuy di ahuk. He is accustomed to the smell of smoke. Imi-ingleyak an pinhod kun umanamut mo indani bo kaya ya uminghaak. I felt so lonely that I wanted to return home, but after a while I became adjusted. ‑um‑/‑imm‑. (sem. domains: 3.2.3 - Know.) 2to be acquainted with someone. Immingha kamin Estrella. We are acquainted with Estrella. ‑um‑/‑imm‑.

liggu trans. to turn head to the side; to turn away; to face sideways. Iliggum hitut ang-angngon da di tamel mu. Turn your face this way so that they will see your face. Oggan mu ligguwon nan inhap-ek an page. Once in a while turn your head to see the rice I set out to dry. Munliggu kah tu. Turn your head this way. i‑/iN‑, ‑on/‑in‑, muN‑/nuN‑. 3G Move body or body parts directionally. Sim: ligu; Sim: wingi, atuwingwing, balungango. (sem. domains: 7.2.2.6 - Turn, 7.1.9 - Move a part of the body.)

mangdon (infl. of odon) refers to the person who holds something. Ha-oy di oggan mumbantay nah tendaan ya ha-oy di mangdon hi aladdun nan drawer. I was the one who sometimes guarded the store and I was the one who held a key to the drawer. maN‑. (sem. domains: 7.4 - Have, be with.)

manuk 1comm. domestic fowl; chicken; also refers to the meat of a chicken. Dakol di manuk na. He has many chickens. Tobatbalona diday bagol ya aammod ta dumalay-up da ta hay idatong di hagabi ya maphod dan am-in an hin-am-a ya ta dumakol di babuy da ya manuk da. He calls on the gods and his ancestors to witness the arrival of his hagabi-bench so that with its arrival, it will bring along good health for his family and the increase (become many) of their pigs and chickens. Sim: gulukay. (sem. domains: 1.6.1.2 - Bird.) 2intrans. to raise chickens. Mummanuk ka ta waday oggan yu ihda. You raise chickens so that you will have something for viand. muN‑/nuN‑.

mate sta. 1refers to the end of physical life; to die. Adika mate te unga ka ni-an. You will not die because you are still young. Ta hay mamangulun umalih nomnom na ya nunna-ud an mate. So the first thing that comes to his mind is he is sure to die. Tinwik day puhu na kinali mate. They pierced his heart that is why he will die. ma‑/na‑. 6A Physiological Process - State. (sem. domains: 2.6.6 - Die.) 2to be dead; refers to the state of being dead. Nate moh apu Casilda ya maid moy oggan mangialih allaman nibayuh puhu. After Grandmother Casilda died, there was no one to bring crabs pounded with banana blossoms. Deke pe nin ta mateh amam, nganney atom? If it should be that your father dies, what will you do? ma‑/na‑. der. katayan der. kate infl. mungkatkate

molga sta. to feel relief from pain; to be feeling good. Namolgaan handi kinaan da nan oggan humakit an bob-ana. His pain was relieved when they removed his tooth that was frequently painful. ma‑ ‑an/na‑ ‑an. (sem. domains: 2.5.6.1 - Pain.)

nadandani (der. of dani) advpred. refers to indefinite intervals of time related to actions or events. Nadandani on immalih tu. Every now and then, he comes here. Nadandani on ingkiwam ta gagalan mabao. Now and then, stir it (the rice) so that it will cool quickly. Nadandani on in-ohnong na ta ang-angona nadan oggan tumul-un dolog nah liting. From time to time, Bugan would stop walking and look at the fish that came to the surface of the water. ma‑/na‑. Time. (sem. domains: 8.4.6.6.2 - Sometimes.)

ni- 1pass. this prefix is the passive form for Class 3 verbal roots; past tense. Dakol di inggampa dan nibangngad mu hay kapkaphodan ke Bugan ya nan gawgawa. They had many gifts in a basket that they returned home with but the very best for Bugan was the duck. Nate moh apu Casilda ya maid moy oggan mangialih allaman nibayuh puhu. After Grandmother Casilda died, there was no one to bring crabs pounded with banana blossoms. Sim: mi-. (sem. domains: 9.2.9.1 - Verb affixes.) 2mod. functions to encode non-volitionality.

pakaC2- -an this circumfix intensifies the action of the agent-subject and cross-references a definite object. Ot pakaguwwalyaan da ot maid moy oggan madngol nadah bibilid ad Israel hi katatakut an olmom na. (Ezekiel 19:9a) They carefully guarded him and so never again would his fearful roar be heard in the mountains of Israel. Sim: C2, pakaC2- -on, pakaC1- -on. (sem. domains: 9.2.9.1 - Verb affixes.)

pundag-uwan (der. of dag-u) nom. a house that people use as a place for stopping overnight or eating; a residence that is like a hostel for people traveling through a place. [Hospitality is a high value in the culture.] Hi balen da Mayor di oggan mi pundag-uwan hin ume kamih did Tinok. The mayor’s house is our stopping place (overnighting) if we go to Tinok.

tul-un intrans. to surface or come to the top, e.g. fish in water Nadandani on in-ohnong na ta ang-angona nadan oggan tumul-un dolog nah liting. From time to time, Bugan would stop walking and look at the fish that came to the surface of the water. ‑um‑/‑imm‑. 2A Movement from one place to another. (sem. domains: 7.2.2.4 - Move up.)
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