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bumah-el intrans. to go to the other side of a boundary or barrier. Katatakut pay an e bumah-el te dakol di talak muntutun-ud. It is frightening to cross the street because there are so many vehicles lined up.

bunga 1comm. fruit, any kind. Dakol di bunga na. It has a lot of fruit. Mangan hi dakol an bunga. It eats many kinds of fruit. Ohan algo ya ek bo tinangad nan mangga ya mungkap-u moy bungana. Then one day, I went to look up at the mango-tree and its fruit was almost gone. spec: luyyupan. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1.2 - Food from fruit.) 2intrans. the process of bearing fruit. Bimmunga di ohan bulan. It bore fruit last month. ‑um‑/‑imm‑. (sem. domains: 1.5.6 - Growth of plants.) 3trans. to be capable of bearing fruits. CV(C)C‑ ‑an. comp. ahibungaan der. bumunga der. bungbunga-an der. mabunga n. ph. bungan di palayon

bungubung comm. 1a distant place, farthest place from the center of a village. [This word usually refers to Julongan-towards Tinok side.] Nalpu nadan aamod ku bungubungna. My forefathers came from a distant place. (sem. domains: 8.2.6.1 - Far.) 2from a distant place. Dakol day ibungubung nan nakipasyal. There are many people from the distant places that came to visit. Dakayu ken ibungubung na ya makiapu kayu tuwali hantudah ipoblacion ta ne adi kayu munnanong hidi. Those of you who live the farthest should intermarry with those from the poblacion (center) so that you won’t stay there. i‑.

butong 1intrans. to be drunk; to be intoxicated. Mumbutong hi amam. Your father is getting drunk. muN‑/nuN‑. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.7.2 - Drunk.) 2intrans. to become intoxicated; become drunk. Bumutong di baya. Rice wine is intoxicating. Adi bumutong tun bayam te nadanuman hi liting. Your rice wine does not cause intoxication because water has been added. ‑um‑/‑imm‑. 3trans. to cause someone to be drunk. Binutong Alfred hi Allen te indat nan hiyan am-in nan bayan od-odnana. Alfred was the cause of Allen’s being drunk because he gave him all the rice wine he was holding. Ibutong na nan binoklana. He will use his pay to get drunk. Butongon daka hin adika mangan. It will cause you to be drunk if you do not eat. 4sta. to be drunk. Adik pinhod an mabutong ka te uggem inilay at-attom. I do not like you to be drunk because you do not know what you are doing. Hidin nah bale day nabutongak. It was there in their house where I got drunk. Nabutong day dakol dih kasal dih Linggu. Many were drunk during the wedding last Sunday. na‑, na‑ ‑an. 5trans. focus is on reason for being drunk. Imbutongan Mario di nunhannuwan dan Maria. Mario got drunk because he and Maria argued with each other. i‑ ‑an/iN‑ ‑an.

buttata comm. mustard greens. Mumpait nan buttata Mustard greens has a bitter taste. Dakol di buttata nah pingkol. There are many mustard greens in the ricefield mounds. Sim: wombok, petchay, kangkong, gatgatang. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1.3 - Food from vegetables.)

buut₁ 1comm. cobweb; white cotton-like nests of small insects like spiders. Dakol di buut nah abung yu. There are many cobwebs in your house. ma‑‑an. (sem. domains: 1.6.1.7 - Insect.) 2sta. to have cobwebs. Nabuutan nan dingding di bale mi mu maid aton an munlini te nitag-e. The walls of our house have cobwebs but there is no way to clean them because they are too high. Nabuutan di baleda te adida mihdi. Their house is full of cobwebs because they don’t live in there. ma‑‑an.

buwe trans. to break; to crack; substance is glass or clay. Tibom ta adim buweyon nan angang. Be careful not to break the jar. Nabuwe nan buhi da. Their wine-jar was broken. Adi dakol di atom te kal-ina ya mabuwe tun buhi. Don’t do anything because this wine-jar might be broken. Bumuwe ka nah butilya ta punggadgad tuh kaiw. Break some of bottles to be used for scraping this wood. ‑on/‑in‑, ma‑/na‑, ‑um‑/‑imm‑. 4A Change the structure of an object. Sim: puhik. (sem. domains: 7.8.1 - Break.)

buwot comm. wildcat; looks like a muskrat with a rabbit’s tail. Dakol di buwot ad Atade handih ugge ni-an nagde. There were many wildcats at Atade when it had not yet eroded. Nalaing hi aman munhuluh buwot. Father is good at catching wildcat. Marmota (sem. domains: 1.6.1 - Types of animals.)

CV intensifier. the reduplication of the first syllable of a verbal root is the form of a morpheme that encodes intensity; very. Mihmihdi nah munhihilong ya nah kakaiw an dakol di hapang nan mahdol di tubuna. It stays in very dark places or in trees with thick, leafy branches. Anakkayang peman hi Bugan tipet eka humahallaman an ume yaden maid ni-an di lugan. Wow (how excited you must be) Bugan, why do you go very early when there are no jeepneys yet. Gadgadam nan bila te dakol di lamut na ya napipitok. Scrape the tubers because they have many roots and they are very muddy.

CV- num. this reduplicant form functions to pluralize a noun referent. Deket kanan nan tagu di humagabi, ipainila na ni-an hi iibana. When a man says that he will perform the hagabi-ceremony, he notifies his relatives beforehand. Mihmihdi nah munhihilong ya nah kakaiw an dakol di hapang nan mahdol di tubuna. It stays in dark places or in trees with thick, leafy branches. (sem. domains: 9.2.9.2 - Noun affixes.)

CV(C)-₁ mod. this modal reduplicant functions to intensify the meaning of a predication. <Morphophonology: The modal form reduplicates the first syllable of a root. For that reason, the syllable pattern of the root dictates whether the reduplicant form is CV- or CVC-.> Katatakut pay an e bumah-el te dakol di talak an muntutun-ud. It is very dangerous to cross the street since there are many buses lined up one after the other. Miha-ad nan hagabi nah dola ta nangamung mo nan kon hagabi an ahi mangip-iphod. The hagabi-bench is placed in the yard and it is up to the owner to finish it (lit. make it very good) . (sem. domains: 9.2.9.1 - Verb affixes.)

CV(C)CV-₁ mod. this modal reduplicant intensifies the meaning of an adjective; extremely; very. Hay kibalinana ya kaddakaddangyana te dakol di longonah nuwang ya babuy. The meaning of this is that he is very, very rich because he will butcher many carabao and pigs. Ambiambilog ya dakkodakkol di tatagu. It is very wide and there are many, many people. Abunay hukik an nangipakkid nah adol di kaiw, mu ongnga-ongngal ot muntattayunak nah hapang. It was only my legs that held on around the trunk of the tree; but it was very big so I had to hang from a branch. (sem. domains: 9.3.1.3 - To a larger degree.)

CV1C2 1intensifier. the reduplication of the first syllable, CV(C), and the medial consonant of an adjective noun root is the form of the morpheme that encodes intensity; very. Dakdakol di ngunun di linalaki hantuh ahiga-ud. The men have more work during the plowing season. Hi Luis an ong-ongal ya himpuluy toona ya hi ke Julie ya onom. Luis, the older (lit. bigger), was ten years old and Julie was six. Mu dakdakol di kaapputan ta maahinut ot ya abun am-in. But one loses more times than he wins such that eventually, everything will be lost. 2dim. refers to something smaller than the norm; this reduplication form encoding this meaning co-occurs only with nouns.

CVC- dim. this reduplicant expresses the meaning of small size; it co-occurs with nouns; diminutive. Waday dakol di ka-kaiw hi bale mi. There are many bushes (small trees) by our house. Pina-i na nan taltalak an indat ku. He destroyed the toy truck that I gave him.

dadag destroy. 1.1trans. refers to the destruction of concrete objects; may also refer to people or their reputations; to ruin; to destroy; to damage. Adim dadagon nan intanom ku. Do not destroy what I planted. Wada boppoy ginattang kuh ay-ayyam on dinadag mu. Whatever toy that I buy, you destroy it. ‑on/‑in‑. 4A Change the structure of an object . (sem. domains: 7.9.3 - Destroy.) 1.2pass. the passive form refers to the state of being damaged or destroyed, without an agent. Madadag am-in di nitanom te itotool nay udan. All the plants will be damaged because it keeps raining. Nadadag nan ingkail ku te makudang di inha-ad kun binokbok. The rice wine I prepared is ruined because I did not put enough yeast into it. ma‑/na‑. 1.3mod. expresses the facility with which an undergoer-object can be put into a condition or state; easily destroyed. Kadinaddag tun payung te nalakay nangatang ku. This umbrella is easily destroyed because I bought it for a low price. ka‑ ‑inn‑. 1.4nom. the derived noun refers to the concept of destruction. Hay tumbuk di kadadagan di dakol an tagu. It is gossip that is the destruction (reputation) of many men. ka‑ ‑an. 1.5trans. to destroy, with an added component of having the ability to do this. Dumadag hi bale nan puwok an umali. The storm that is coming can destroy houses. ‑um‑/‑imm‑.

dala 1comm. blood. Dakol di dalan nan manuk. The chicken has a lot of blood. (sem. domains: 2.2.5 - Bleed, blood.) 2intrans. to bleed. Dimmalay olong na. His nose bled. Mundadala nan napalang. The cut caused by the machete was bleeding. Madala nan ginogod dan manuk. The chicken they butchered had a lot of blood. ‑um‑/‑imm‑, muN‑/nuN‑, ma‑. 3trans. to bleed an animal in the butchering process. ‑on/‑in‑. 4comm. animal blood mixed with innards and meat cooked to make a dish. der. dalaan der. dinaldalaan id. mumbabayakbak di dalana

datong₁ 1intrans. to reach a destination; to arrive. Dimmatong dad Lagawe ad nakugab. They arrived at Lagawe yesterday. Madatong di tiempon ahi daka tibon. The time will arrive when I’ll see you. Dakol day tatagun e munhood hi iiba dan dumatong. Many people go to meet their relatives who are arriving. ‑um‑/‑imm‑, ma‑. 2A Movement, from one place to another.. (sem. domains: 7.2.3.3.1 - Arrive.) 2trans. to arrive, bringing something with oneself. <The prefix cross-references the object that is brought.> Idatong yu nan itunguh bale. Bring the firewood up to our house. Indatong da nan babuy dih indai. They arrived with the pig a while ago. i‑/iN‑. 3F Move something along with onself. (sem. domains: 7.3.3 - Take somewhere.) 3trans. the site of arrival is an object that is cross-referenced, a person, place or time. <Morphophonology: datngan; dinatngan; the ‘o’ in the second syllable of the root is lost when a suffix is added.> Datngan hiyah di. You will arrive there where he’ll be. Dinatngan Jose hitud Kiangan ad nakugab. Jose arrived here in Kiangan yesterday. Indani ya nadatngan hidiyen nagtud an algo. Then, the appointed day arrived. ‑an/‑in‑‑an. infl. madatngan

dayaw to honor. 1.1trans. to honor; pay tribute to; to praise; to worship. Dayawon yuh apuyu. Honor your grandparent. Madayaw peman te maid di dakodakol an makalkalih mipanggep ke hiya. He is honored because not many things (bad) are said about him. ‑on/‑in‑, ma‑. (sem. domains: 4.5.5 - Honor.) 1.2trans. to honor, involving the manner or reason for honoring. Atom keh na ya kon idayaw mu? If you do that, will it be for your honor? Idayaw yu nan maphod di at-attona. Honor the one who does good. i‑/iN‑. 1.3v. the activity of honor, praise or worship is in view. Immali dan mundayaw ke he-a. They came to honor you. Mundayaw da nadan mangulug ke Apu Dios. The believers are worshipping God. muN‑/nuN‑. Language Of Borrowing: Ilocano.

dayyakot (sp. var. dayakkot) comm. a rice variety that is soft. [This rice variety is sometimes mixed with other rice for flavor, but also used to make what is known as sticky rice; sticky rice is sweetened, formed and placed in folded banana leaves; often served at harvest time.] Naken ahibakle ya dakol day umalin bumaddang an mumbayu nan dayyakot. During thanksgiving, many come to help in pounding the sticky-rice. gen: bog’a.

deket (comp. of deke, ta The conjunction links a statement of means with a statement of purpose.) conj. 1if; a conjunction that connects a dependent clause expressing a condition with a main clause expressing a purpose or circumstance; if it is so, then. <This is a compound of two conjunctions.> Toan ten makulug, mu deket makulug, ikabing mu anhan tun tugun ku. Whether or not this is true, I don’t know, but if it is, then, heed my advice. Deket naagangan ka ya dakol di pangayan If you are hungry, there are a lot of eating places. Deket adim pinhod an madistorbo nah hilong ya buhugom. If you don’t want to be disturbed at night, you feed him well. Compounding conjunctions. Sim: hin, konnat, nu. (sem. domains: 9.6.2.8 - Condition.) 2when; a conjunction that connects a dependent time clause to the main clause that encodes an action, activity or process. Deket e man-aladuh Francis on ahina mahapul nan pungkawad na. When Francis goes to plow, that is when he needs the chain. (sem. domains: 8.4.5 - Relative time.)

dewet intrans. to go about without purpose; to roam; to gallivant. Mundewet nan imbabalem. Your child is always roaming around without any purpose. Adi kayu e dumewedewet te dakol di mingunud uwani. Don’t go gallivanting because there is much work to do now. Nadewet hi Maria. Maria is a gallivanter. ‑um‑/‑imm‑, muN‑/nuN‑, ma‑. Sim: umga, lubwat, baat. (sem. domains: 7.2 - Move.)

di₂ det. a determiner that marks indefinite reference of nouns and noun phrases. Takon di gawan di hilong ya paka-ang-angona ya pakadopapponay gando ya ulog an hidiyey kanona. Even if it is very dark it (an owl) sees clearly and catches rats and snakes for food. In-anamut di dakol di inangang da. Many came home hungry. Nalgom di pinhod mun gattangon mipalpun nah kaitayan ingganah nah kaongngalan ya wadan wada. Anything that you want to buy, from the smallest item to the largest is available. (sem. domains: 9.2.3.5 - Demonstrative pronouns.)

dilal sta. to distract someone who is concentrating on something else. Adi dakol di ibagam ke hiyat adi madilal teden pungkuwenta nay bayad di balat ku. Don’t ask a lot of questions so that you distract him while he is computing the cost of my bananas. ma‑/na‑. 6B Characteristics of human nature or life situation. (sem. domains: 3.2 - Think.)

disgrasya 1comm. vehicular accident. Dakol di nate handi waday disgrasya. Many died when there was an accident. Sim: aksidente. (sem. domains: 7.2.4.1.1 - Vehicle.) 2intrans. to undergo an accident; to cause an accident. Madisgrasya ka hin adika mun-ule. You will meet an accident if you do not go slow. Dumisgrasya nan kinapya yu. The thing you made could cause an accident. ma‑, ‑um‑. Language Of Borrowing: Spanish.

e 1to go. 1.1intrans. to move from one place to another; volitional movement with a starting point and a destination; locomotion in a direction away from speaker. <This verb form may appear uninflected and is frequently attached as a pro-clitic to the agent-subject pronoun or the main verb.> Umeyak hi bale. I am going to our house. Imme dah hilong ot muntalu da nah e-elena. They went while it was dark and hid outside of the camp. Eda manibo nadan nangipaptok ketuweh udum an makan mu maid. They (those in charge) went to look for more food but nothing was left. Matukatukal ka an e makitugatugal te mapat-al ya hilong di puntutugalan yu. You stay awake at night to go and join in gambling because your gambling goes on night and day. ‑um‑/‑imm‑. (sem. domains: 7.2 - Move.) 1.2trans. to go and take something with oneself. <The object is cross-referenced.> Iem tun kanon nadan mungngunuh payo. Take the food of the people working in the fields. i‑/iN‑. 1.3trans. the time or place is cross referenced; when or from where someone is leaving. Kon-anay umayan dad Baguio? When are they leaving for Baguio? Ad uwaniy umayan da. They are leaving now. ‑um‑ ‑an/‑imm‑ ‑an. 2intrans. to go towards a specific direction. Mumpaed da-ul nan ahu. The dog went towards the lower area. mumpa‑/numpa‑. 3nom. the place where one goes is cross-referenced; may be used as a greeting. Pangayan yu? Where are you going? Deket naagangan ka ya dakol di pangayan. If you are hungry, there are many places to go. paN‑ ‑an. 4caus. to cause someone or something to go; release or free from prison or an enclosed space. Impae dah Jose an nibalud. They released Jose from jail. Impae na nan tudok. He sent that letter. Impaen Maria hi Juan hi market. Maria sent Juan to market. ipa‑/impa‑. (sem. domains: 7.2.6.4 - Set free.) der. paki-ki-ayan der. pangi-e id. imme infl. ie infl. ine infl. maki-e infl. mange infl. pae infl. pangayan infl. umayan infl. ume