oklang (sp. var. okleng) 1comm. viscid mucus in the throat or lungs, i.e the respiratory tract; phlegm. Adi pakayahya te dakol di oklang na. He can’t breathe because he has so much phlegm. Wada key alog on waday oklang. If we have a cold, we have phelgm. Umuk-uk kat bumuddu nan oklang mu. You cough so that your phlegm will come out. (sem. domains: 2.2 - Body functions.) 2proc. to spit out phlegm. Umoklang ka. Cough out the phlegm. Umanoklang ka te mun-uk-uk ka pa kattog. You are to be pitied having so much phelgm to spit out because you are coughing. ‑um‑/‑imm‑.
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pe₁ adjunct. 1expresses the quality of being dependent on chance or uncertain conditions; modifies a statement of a happening to indicate that it was unintentional or unplanned; expresses an event that is contingent on another event. Pinalang na pey adol na. He accidentally cut himself. Nag-a pe. He just fell. (no apparent cause) Nganne pe nan hamuti an ib-ibbaag nay ngadana? What is the bird that keeps calling its name? Attitudinal. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Intend.) 2modifies a statement by expressing empathy; expressing understanding of a situation. Kay ke pe kanak ya bokon bahul Apu. But as for me, I say that it was not the fault of Sir. Umanoklang ka te mun-uk-uk ka pe kattog. You are having phlegm because you are pitifully coughing. Interpersonal. comp. bope comp. peman
uk-uk 1comm. to expel air or other matter from throat or lungs with explosive sound; cough. Waday uk-uk tun golang te nundullukan ad nakugab. This child has a cough because he played in the rain yesterday. (sem. domains: 2.2.2 - Cough, sneeze.) 2intrans. to cough, usually a symptom of a cold or other disease. Umuk-uk kat bumuddu nan oklang mu. You cough so that your phlegm will come out. ‑um‑/‑imm‑. Class 2E Body/Physiological functions. (sem. domains: 2.5.6 - Symptom of disease.) 3intrans. to be coughing, durative aspect. Dakol di mun-uk-uk ad uwani te ahikotolan. Many are coughing now because of the cold weather. muN‑/nuN‑.