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asang2

nGills (of fish).gills (of fish)Ānanun asang kenna iyan.Take out the gills of that fish.4.7Parts of fish and other sea creaturesParts of fish and other sea creatures

baran

nBody (of living persons, animals or things).body (of creature or things)Hadjemanamalbaranaˈa miyaˈan.The body of that person is very big.Tettepadun badjuˈ iyan, iyuˈ tahaˈ barannen.Cut some of that blouse off, the body (of that blouse) is too long.puhuˈ12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms11.1External body partsExternal body parts4.7Parts of fish and other sea creaturesParts of fish and other sea creatures

bēbad

nPart of fish (close to the tail).fish, part close to tailFrom the tail fins to where the body widens it is called its bēbad. In the tuna it is reportedly very good to eat and is expensive, other fish have
very little meat in that place.
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buriˈ

nRoe, eggs (of fish).fish eggs; egg, fish; roeBayaˈ ku mangan buriˈ kenna.I want to eat the fish eggs.4.7Parts of fish and other sea creaturesParts of fish and other sea creatures

engko

nTail.tailLantikengko manukin.The tail of the chicken sticks out.Engko kābewin luwal maglatipan.The tail of the carabao is always moving.kettut2.8Parts of animalsParts of animals4.7Parts of fish and other sea creaturesParts of fish and other sea creatures3.5Parts of birdsParts of birds

kapey

nFin (at the side of a fish), pectoral fin.fin (at side) of a fishLadjabkapeykenna iyan.The fins of that fish are wide.sēk4.7Parts of fish and other sea creaturesParts of fish and other sea creatures
vngapeyTo paddle with hands (as with side fins).Bangkupasakeydiyataˈsalbabidangapeykuhadja.If I ride on an inner tube I just paddle with my hands.

kōk1

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nHair.hairBayaˈ ku kulinut kōkkun.I want my hair to be curly.

bulu kōkHair on the head.bulu11.7HairHair26.4Nouns used in connection w/ hairNouns used in connection w/ hair3

nFront of any conveyance.front of jeep; spring of waterNingkoloˈ laˈi iye si kōk jīp.He is sitting there in the front (seat) of the jeep.mundaˈ1buliˈ18.2Parts of motor vehiclesParts of motor vehicles

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nSource, spring of water.Lumaˈkun tapit si kōk boheˈ.My house is near the source of the creek.tindakan

kōkan

nThe head-end (of the house, bed etc.); upriver (towards its source).Kōkan lumaˈ is always the longer wall of a house facing south or west and is opposite the doorway.
(In a mosque the alcove is on the narrow side of the building and facing west. This
is also called kōkan.)
upriver; head of house or bedBangkew magtanem sayul, laˈi kew si antag kōkan lumaˈ.When you plant vegetables, do it there near the head of the house.Bangmimbal asal subey si kōkan langgal.The alcove should really be at the head of the mosque.Landesulan amban kōkan boheˈ.There was strong rain upriver.Bettadun uˈan iyan laˈi si kōkan kamanu.Place that pillow there at the head of your bed.tindakan19.5Other, types of houses and carpentryOther, types of houses and carpentry

lokot

nAn edible substance found in the sea.It is said to be the egg mass of the spider conch kahanga. It is found in clumps the size of a fist on stones or seaweed in shallow water.
The mass looks somewhat like green spaghetti. It is usually eaten raw but can be eaten
with vinegar or saut'eed. It is relatively expensive to buy.
Kahāpankumanganlokot.I like to eat the egg mass (of the spider conch).lubu24.7Parts of fish and other sea creaturesParts of fish and other sea creatures

lubu2

nAn edible substance inside some sea cucumbers.It consists of sticky threadlike tubes that the sea cucumber throws out to block an
attacker’s movements. It is its entrails (part of the intestines). The entrails will
grow back again. The sea slug dugu-dugu and various sea cucumbers balat have this defence mechanism. The parts that don’t have sand in them are edible. Some
people compare the consistency and color to raw eggwhite.
sea cucumber’s insideBalatininekkalubune.This sea cucumber has many edible intestines.lokot4.7Parts of fish and other sea creaturesParts of fish and other sea creatures

sēkselek

nFins of a fish (dorsal); serrated dorsal crest (of amphibians).fin of fish (back)With sharp spikes at the end. The ridge on the back of the iguana is also called a
sēk.
Ladjabsēknen kenna iyan.The fins of that fish are long.kapey4.7Parts of fish and other sea creaturesParts of fish and other sea creatures
v. statsēkanTo have a dorsal fin or serrated dorsal crest.Sēkankēmon kennahin.All fish have fins.

senget

nClaw, pincers (pinchers) of a crab (all crustacea and scorpions).claw (of crab); pincers (of crab and scorpion)Hadjesengetkākaˈ iyan.The pincers of that crab are large.4.7Parts of fish and other sea creaturesParts of fish and other sea creatures
vsubjectN-, mag- (pl.)To pinch s.o. (of crabs and related creatures).Daˈa antanun kākaˈ iyan duk kew gey sengetne.Don’t touch that crab so that he won’t pinch you.Nenget kākaˈin.The crab pinches.

sisik1

nScales (as of fish or chicken legs).scales (of fish)Ekkasisikkennainin.This fish has many scales.4.7Parts of fish and other sea creaturesParts of fish and other sea creatures3.5Parts of birdsParts of birds
vsubjectN-(-an), mag-object-anTo scale fish.scale, tokewsisikanun kennahin.Go and scale the fish.Magsisikkennaneiye.He is scaling fish now.Lakkesiyenisikkenna.She is quick in scaling fish.Daˈakku iye nisikan kennaku.I told her to scale my fish.

tipey1

nMother-of-pearl.mother-of-pearlTipeypalmata sinsimnen.The stone in her ring is mother-of-pearl.4.7Parts of fish and other sea creaturesParts of fish and other sea creatures