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nonsense.mumble; mutter; talk to oneselfAˈa bahiˈ iyan luwal makbat-makbat, bu gey kataˈuhanku bang ine pangamāhannen.That old man is always muttering, and I don’t know what he is angry at.Daˈabakbatunduwaˈa pagsambahayangin bang kew sasang sungiˈ.Don’t mumble the prayers for worship while you are defecating.debdabpoppot30WAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKINGWAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKING
s.t.).responsibility, to place on another; argue (who will do s.t.)Daˈakaˈammagpēbentuhan, bangniyaˈ dinaˈak si kaˈam.Don’t put the responsibility on each other when you have been told to do it.Magpēbentuhansiyebangsine manabuˈin.They argue about who will be the one to shop.30WAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKINGWAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKING
thinking about s.t.; not being able to forget s.t. or s.o.forget, unable to; stop thinking about, unable toAlways used with a negative.Geybetta-bettadem ateyne, gey mura tahalaˈ peddiˈ ateynen.The thoughts about it do not cease in his heart; his anger doesn’t easily leave him.Geybetta-betta si iye anaknen.The thoughts about her son do not stop coming to her. (He is a soldier and in combat.)(pa)dehengtakbaspikil30WAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKINGWAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKING
the value of s.t. (what one person has or does in order to get one’s way).talk s.o. out of or into s.t.; persuadeTaˈuteˈediyemidjakan saweˈne.He really knows how to talk his companions into something.Bidjakanuniye duk iye nuhut kaˈu hap lumaˈ.Persuade him so that he will come home with you.buyuˈ-buyuˈhūmatsanglit30WAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKINGWAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKING
face) (lit. to take or bring speech/word).speak face to faceDaˈakne ku pitu moˈo bissā si kaˈu sabab pagkawinbin.He told me to come here to speak to you about your wedding.
bissā gaˈ biddaˈ
tewwaˈ (tewuwaˈ) bissā
the listener doesn’t want to hear just then.talk nonsenseAˈa miyaˈan kasandal magdeddab, bisan gaˈ niyaˈ tantu gunane.That person keeps talking nonsense, even though there isn’t much use in it.Ineluwaldinebdabnu iyan?What nonsense are you always talking about there?bakbatpoppotletoblawattebbaˈ sāsab30WAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKINGWAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKING
Haget ne ku amban lahat.I am already tight from home. (Meaning: I am full; I don’t need anything to eat. Said
if someone apologizes for not offering merienda.)Epohey dang.An answer given, if we have talked together and she doesn’t believe what I said.Gaˈ niyaˈ aˈa ngulanan asinne.Nobody rains his salt. (Meaning: a person doesn’t really tell if he does s.t. that
isn’t right. E.g. if parents ask their student-child if he goes out at night, and
he says no. They may use this saying.)30WAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKINGWAYS OF SPEAKING AND THINKING