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aˈa

nPerson; people.person; peopleEkkaaˈalaˈi si tabuˈan.There are many people at the market.manusiyaˈmahlukummat14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations
vinaˈaTo have several or many people arrive, have visitors.Inaˈa langgal kamihin.We had many people arrive at our mosque.Inaˈakami amban langgal seddili.We have visitors from another mosque.jamaˈa

aˈa gaˈi takite

nUnseen beings (such as spirits, demons etc.).Niyaˈaˈa gaˈi takitemaglumaˈdiyalem lowang batu hadje.There is an unseen being living in the hole of the big stone.14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

TYPES OF UNSEEN BEINGS
bagubuˈ unseen beings, like people
kokok bad spirits in balete tree
lagtew very tall spirit
manubuˈ being out of legends
sassat tempter

aˈa liyu-liyu

nA person from a different place; a foreigner; outsider; stranger.foreigner; outsider; strangerBangniyaˈaˈa amban Giyong hap Libaken, makajari paˈinte aˈa liyu-liyu.If a person from Giyong goes to Libaken we can say he is an outsider.14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

alimālim

nA person gifted with second sight; a seer.person with second sight; seerMeˈ alim mabennalin bennal teˈed meˈ inakaden. Kataˈude amban malaˈikat atawa Tuhan.What the real seers say is really true. Their knowledge is from angels or from God.Meˈ alim ngataˈu bang ine umantag si pasōngan.The seers know what will happen in the future.14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

Almasi

prop. nThe Messiah, Christ (the title given to Jesus signifying him to be the promised one
from God).
Messiah; Christ14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

ambuwinang

nA servant of a sultan.servant of a sultanPaˈin meˈ ambuwinang miyaˈan, “ambat ne luˈu, peggeˈ kuhampew du.”Those servants said, “never mind him here, for he is a stingray.”daraˈakanbanyagaˈ14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

amu

nPatron; master; boss.patron; master; bossHāpaddatamukun.The customs of my boss are good.14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations16.1Types of relationshipsTypes of relationships

anak-apuˈ

nMembers of a congregation.congregation, members ofKēmonanak-apuˈ subey magtipun si langgal.All members of the congregation shall gather at the mosque.14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

awliyaˈewliyaˈ

nCertain very devout, wise men or women with special powers; a hermit; an ascetic.man, devout and wise; hermit; asceticThey are only talked about as having lived in the past or in other countries. They
are said to have special powers because of their devotion to God. Such a person is
believed not to need to eat due to his powers. He perhaps drinks three cups of coffee
in three months. He can move at will between the world and the after world ahilat. He lives by himself near a big body of water (like Boheˈ Basilan) or on a mountain.
Banggaˈikew iyan mangan sudda magewliyaˈ kew.If you don’t eat you will become an ascetic.Kubulininkubulewliyaˈ.This grave is a grave of a hermit.14.1Supernatural beings and apparitionsSupernatural beings and apparitions14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

bagellalbegellal

nAn official; a titled one.official, an; person with titleThere are different titles or offices connected with the religious congregation and
the village.
Meˈ bagellalin taˈu teˈed siye missā-missā ngahukum aˈa (manoloˈ si aˈa).The officials really know how to speak judging (teaching) people.14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

TITLES IN RELIGIOUS CONGREGATION
bilal gives call to prayer
datuˈlanggal provides food; stops fights
hatib reads sermon (hutbaˈ)

imam leader of congregation
panuhutan leads worship
OTHER TITLES
bahiˈ elder
kapitan captain (barangay)
kunsihal councilor

bahiˈ11

adjOld (of persons and living objects such as animals, trees, etc.).old (of person)Bang aˈahin bahiˈ ne magkotot luwenen.When a person is old his face is wrinkled.
vmagbahiˈanTo compare and see which of the (pl.) subjects looks the older.bataˈ

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nAn elder, a position in the community or mosque.He instructs people.elder, anSi Apaˈ iye bahiˈ malaˈi si lahat kamihin.Apaˈ is the elder there in our place.gellal14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations
vmagbahiˈTo act as an elder; to settle cases (like an elder).Si Apaˈ magbahiˈ laˈi si lahat kami.Apaˈ acts as elder there in our place.sellet4

baklaˈ

nHomosexual male; a person who is acting in an effeminate way.homosexual maleNiyaˈlellamagbaklaˈpeggeˈ mabayaˈ magdende-dende.Some men (dress and behave like) homosexuals because they like to dress up like girls.unsatomboy12.10Childbearing and sexual functionsChildbearing and sexual functions14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

balbero

nA barber.barberSubey kite magkulti gana-gana si balbero peggeˈ tiyaˈ ne tahaˈ bulu kōk.We should have our hair trimmed later at the barber’s, because our hair is long.14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

batalyon

nBattalion.battalionA military unit composed of a headquarters and two or more companies, batteries, or
similar units.
Piyekumpaniyadembuwaˈbatalyon?How many companies are in a battalion?kumpaniya14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

bilal

nAssistant (in the mosque, lowest grade).assistant in mosquegellal14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

datuˈ

nChief; headman; datu (a rank bestowed on certain people).chief; headman; datuYakans didn’t have datus originally.Sinedatuˈ si lahatbin?Who is the chief in your place?gellal14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

dayang-dayang

nPrincess, daughter of a datu or sultan.princess; daughter of datu or sultanGaˈi usaˈ amban dem bilik dayang-dayangin.The princess doesn’t move from her room (because she doesn’t need to work).14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

doktoldoctor

nDoctor, medical doctor, physician.doctor; physicianBoˈohun hap doktol nakanak iyan; iyuˈ saki.Take that child to the doctor; he is sick.narstabib14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

ewliyaˈawliyaˈ

nCertain very devout, wise men or women with special powers; a hermit; an ascetic.14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

eymulla

nBless him; may he rest in peace; the late ... (Expression used with the name of a
deceased person.)
Eymulla Juwalul atawa Juwalul ley.Juwalul (may he rest in peace) or: the late Juwalul.Bang ubus ne matey aˈahin, bang taˈatte ēnnen, paˈinte eymulla.If a person has died and we say his name we say eymulla.ley14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

gapiˈ

nAssistant; a helper; s.o. taking one’s side in a fight.assistant; adherent; helper who takes one’s side in a fightKiput bakasne mangelluhin peggeˈ lammahan gapiˈnen.The area that he weeded is narrow because his helper is weak.Geyneiyetantubahanipeggeˈkulanggapiˈne.He is no longer very brave because he has few who take his side.bēbbegtindeg14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations16.1Types of relationshipsTypes of relationships

gellal

nA title of rank; new name after completing the pilgrimage.title of rankBakas maghadjiˈ iye sugaˈ gaˈi kataˈuhanku gellalnen.He went on the pilgrimage but I don’t know his title (his new name).
vginellalTo be given a title, to be titled.Papuˈku ley ginellal weˈ meˈ aˈahin imam.My late grandfather was titled Imam by the people.14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

TITLES, RELIGIOUS AND SECULAR
bahiˈ1 2 elder
bilal assistant to imam
datuˈ traditional leader
hadjiˈ title for anyone who has made the pilgrimage, a new name after a hadj is also a gellal
hatib title in mosque
imam leader of a mosque
jeneral general
kapitan captain, in barangay, military, or ship
kunsihal barangay official, councilor
liyutenan lieutenant
mahadja a title in religious court
panglima person who judges minor cases
sultan king
tininti lieutenant
uwangkayaˈ title in mosque, helps to judge

gubelno1

nGovernment.governmentPinasōng weˈ gubelnohin halgaˈ buwasin.The price of rice has been increased by the government.parinta14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations17.1Law and judgesLaw and judges

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nGovernor.governorJerry Salapuddin iye gubelno malaˈi si Basilanin.Jerry Salapuddin is the governor in Basilan.gubnul14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations17.1Law and judgesLaw and judges

guru

nTeacher (of religious matter or karate).teacher (of religious matter or karate)An ustad is a guru and may also be an ulamaˈ.Ekkamanamal toloˈan gurukun magadjiˈ.My teacher instructs very many in reading the Qur’an.mastalulamaˈustad14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations

guwaldiya

nA guard, watchman.guard, a; watchman; guard, toMagsinapang meˈ guwaldiya si tarangka kami.The guards at our gate have guns.sekuriti14.2Men, titles, etc., occupationsMen, titles, etc., occupations
vsubjectN-#-an, mag-object-anTo guard s.t. or s.o.Ampataˈangaguwaldiyahanlumaˈaˈa dayahanin.Four people guard the house of the rich person.tungguˈunung