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angel

v. statWounded (only in fighting when killing was intended).wounded in fightingNiyaˈaˈalaˈi pineddang subey gaˈ matey, angel hadja.There is a person who was slashed but did not die, he is only wounded.bakat112.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

ayat-ayat

adjTo be sick unto death.sick unto deathGarabe sakinen peggeˈ inayat-ayat ne iye.His sickness is serious because he is already sick unto death.lamma12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

bahaˈ

adjSwollen; inflamed.swollen; inflamedBahaˈ behenen peggeˈ peddiˈ impenne.Her face (lit. mouth) is swollen because her tooth aches.muntuˈ12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

bakat1

nA wound (inflicted by a sharp instrument).wound (inflicted by instr.)Pekkesun bakatnu iyan duk gaˈi paguwaˈ lahaˈin ekka.Tie up your wound so that not so much blood will come out.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness
v. statTo be cut, to be wounded (by a sharp instrument).wounded; cut, to beBakat timboloˈkun weˈ oroˈ.My forefinger was cut by the knife.angel

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vobject-anTo lance a boil.lance a boilBakatanun keybubutnu iyan duk paguwaˈ nanaˈnen.Lance that boil of yours so that the pus will come out.kehet

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adjmakatRaw, abraded, irritated (of skin).raw (skin); abraded (skin); irritated (skin)Īˈpeddiˈ buliˈkun, īˈ makat bakas mangābew talahin.My behind is hurting; it is raw from riding far on the carabao.12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

baˈan1

vsubjectmag-To sneeze.sneezeHatukew sōng pinalad, iyuˈ kew luwal baˈan/magbaˈan.You may be getting a cold; you are always sneezing.12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

balantukanbalentukan

vmagbalantukanTo be festering.Said of a wound that has healed over on the outside but still is inflamed and has
pus on the inside.
festering (of wound)Pātbettis si ammaˈin magbalantukan diyalem gey kapalumengngan, peddiˈan.The underside of father’s foot is festering inside; he can’t walk, and it hurts.Magbalantukan keybubutnen peggeˈ gaˈ tahalaˈ nanaˈnen kēmon.His boil is festering because not all of the pus came out.12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

balew

nCrazy spell; state of being out of one’s mind.crazy; out of ones mind; dementedBangtekkabalewnen subey iningketan.When his crazy spell comes on he has to be tied.
v. statbinalewTo be crazy; demented.Aˈa miyaˈan binalew peggeˈ magdeddab gaˈ biddaˈ.That person is (must be) crazy, because he speaks nonsense without discrimination.hubug12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

bantaˈ

nA relapse (of sickness).relapse after sicknessPoˈon sakine iyan bantaˈ.The origin of that sickness of hers is a relapse.
v. statbinantaˈTo have a relapse (of sickness or other physical pain, especially after childbirth).Daˈakewdahuˈ maghinang duk kew gaˈi binantaˈ.Don’t work for a while so that you won’t have a relapse.
vsubjectmag- (with redup.)To cause or precipitate a relapse.Daˈakewmagbantaˈ-bantaˈ. Hātinen daˈa kew dahuˈ maghinang duk gey balik sakinun.Don’t precipitate a relapse. That means don’t work just now so that your sickness won’t return.bangkug12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

bangkug

vsubjectmag- (with redup.)To aggravate, irritate (a wound).Used also of a relapse after sickness esp. after having inflammations and/or wounds
if one gets up and moving too soon.
relapse after sickness; irritate a wound; agitate a woundPaˈin saˈinen si anakne mabakatin, “Daˈa dahuˈ boˈohun magbangkug-bangkug bakatnu iyan.”The mother says to her wounded child, “Don’t aggravate that wound of yours.”Daˈabangkugun bakatnu iyan duk mura kewuliˈan.Don’t irritate that wound of yours so it will heal easily.teggulbantaˈ12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

bebbag

nA bruise; hematoma.In extended sense used of fruit also.bruise, a; hematomaLuhabebbag tangannen peggeˈ bakas tapogpogne.The bruise on his hand is big because he hit it.
adjBruised.Bebbag luwenen peggeˈ bakas sinuntuk weˈ aˈa.His face is bruised because he was punched by s.o.12.2SkinSkin12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

bebbud

nA bruise, soft spot (of fruit or fish that has dropped or received a blow).In extended sense used of people also.bruise (of fruit and fish)Gaˈiku melli kapaya inin peggeˈ niyaˈ bebbudne.I am not buying this papaya because it has a bruise.

benned

adjNumb; prickling sensation (when feeling returns).Of limbs e.g. because one has been sitting on them too long, or mouth after injection
to have a tooth pulled.
Gaˈiku tapanengge, īˈ benned bettiskun.I can’t stand up; my foot is numb.12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

bengngegder.

adjDeaf, pretend to be deaf; inattentive.Used in mocking or in anger.inattentive; deaf, pretend to beAˈa iyan bengngeg bang niyaˈ pinaˈin si iye.That person is deaf when something is said to him.bisulantakpāpalkale12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

binggul

adjCrooked; deformed.crooked; deformedSaid of upper extremity only, if it was broken and not healed straight; also of deformation
since birth.
Binggul tangannen peggeˈ bakas laboˈ amban diyataˈ biyabas.His hand is crooked because he fell from the guava tree.bingkokbilogkimeysapik12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

biskey

adjStrong (of body).strong (of body)Aˈa miyaˈan sigi-sigi biskey, gaˈ niyaˈ kalammane.That person is always strong; he is never weak.basagkasaylamma12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

bisu

adjDeaf, unable to hear.deafBisuaˈa miyaˈan, gaˈi takalene bang ine pinaˈinkun.That person is deaf; he cannot hear what I say.lantakpāpalbengngegkale12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness12.4EarsEars

bunel1

nA bruise (of fruit).bruise (of fruit)Ekkabunelkapaya miyaˈan.That papaya has many bruises.lemmaˈ1.12Adjectives used in connection w/ plantsAdjectives used in connection w/ plants

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adjTo be hurting (in a muscle because of a blow received, nothing is visible).hurting because of a blowBuneliyepeggeˈ bakas sinuntuk.He is hurting because he was boxed.dugal2bebbud12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

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vTo sleep.(Used in anger only).nekewbute.Go and sleep.Nakanak iyan gaˈi ngatu bute.That child doesn’t want to sleep.tuli1

dahing

vsubjectN-, mag-ngan-To groan, make a groaning sound.Sick Yakan people make it. (It is more a low pitched hum produced deep in the throat
with the mouth closed.)
sound, groaning; groanMagdahingbekewbangniyaˈ peddiˈnu.Groan if you have a pain.Ngandahingiyebangniyaˈ peddiˈne.He groans if he has pain.28SOUNDSSOUNDS12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

delles

nA cramp (in calf or leg); charley horse.
vsubjectmag-To cramp (of lower leg); to have a cramp.cramp in leg; charley horseBangpetekkamagdelles pusuˈkun bang sangem.Sometimes at night the calf of my leg has a cramp.12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

dugal

vsubjectN-, mag- (recip.)ngan-object-anTo hurt s.o.; inflict pain on s.o.Internal injury inflicted by an accident or a beating. Nothing is seen from the outside.hurt; inflict painSundalu iyan basag ngandugal.That soldier always inflicts pain.jagul

dugalan

adjHurt; injured internally.injured internallyDugalanaˈa malaboˈin peggeˈ tewwaˈ diyataˈ batu.The person that fell is injured internally because he hit a stone.peddiˈbunel12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

ebburan

adjNauseated, feeling like throwing up.nauseated; feeling like throwing upGaˈikumangansayulpeliyaˈ. Ebburankubangku manganne.I don’t eat the vegetable ampalaya. I get nauseated when I eat it.sāgutaˈ12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness

engngeˈ

adjTo be stuttering, to stutter.stutterAˈa miyaˈan bang missā engngeˈ manamal, tiggel lumaˈus bissānen.When that person speaks he stutters a lot; it takes a long time for him to speak.Aˈa miyaˈan engngeˈ kemuwe dikiˈ.That person has stuttered since he was small.subetkettep12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness12.5MouthMouth

goholkohol

adjTo be hoarse.To have a deeper voice because of strain on the voice or a cold.hoarseĪˈ suwalakun gohol. Magmawulud ku dibuhiˈ kellawan.My voice is hoarse. I sang mawulud last night all night long.pohot12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness