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babuy

nEpilepsy; epileptic seizure.epileptic seizureNiyaˈnakanaktekkababuynen laboˈ amban diyataˈ haren.When the child’s epileptic seizure came he fell down the stairs.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms
vbabuy-babuysubjectmag-To have epileptic seizures.Aˈa iyan magbabuy-babuy.That person has epileptic seizures.Binabuy-babuyiye.He has epileptic seizures.

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

bangkey

nA corpse; dead body.Usually of people only. If one speaks of the corpse of an animal the animal should
be specified.
body, dead; corpseNiyaˈbangkey humanut si tahik.A body was washed up by the sea.mayatkubul12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms13.1Nouns used in connection w/ deathNouns used in connection w/ death

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

bingkiˈ

nMumps.mumpsNiyaˈbingkiˈaˈa miyaˈan, biningkiˈ aˈa miyaˈan.That person has mumps.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

bolot

nHydrocele.hydroceleSōng inopera bolot aˈa iyan.The hydrocele of that man will soon be operated on.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

bugen

nA goiter.goiter
v. statbinugenTo have a goiter.Binugenaˈa miyaˈan, hadje kellongnen.That person has a goiter; he has a big neck.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

buggul

nA swelling or growth (visible); a lump or hump.hump; lump; hunchbackAlso used of a hunchback.Aˈa miyaˈan saline buggulnen.That person has had a hump (on his back) since birth.budjul12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

galak

nPulse.pulseBang aˈahin matey gaˈ niyaˈ galakne.If a person is dead he doesn’t have a pulse.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

giteˈes

nAsthma; difficulty in breathing.asthma; difficulty in breathingMaki tekka giteˈesnen bang ilemmun.His asthma comes on when he has a fever.hongat12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

hamtu

nRheumatism (in joints); inflamed and painful joints (in feet and/or knees).rheumatismBanghinamtu aˈahin gaˈi koleˈ lumengngan.If a person is afflicted with rheumatism he cannot walk.

hamtu beliyuOccurs on Tuesdays.hamtu boheˈOccurs in rainy season.hamtu bulakOccurs in dry season (at the time of uttalaˈ).hamtu ebbutOccurs on Fridays.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

hiket

nA cough.cough, a; cough, toBasaghiketkun dibuhiˈ.My cough was bad last night.
vsubjectmag-To cough.Katel kellongku; hangkan ku luwal maghiket.My throat itches; that’s why I always cough.
vobject-anTo cough up s.t., remove s.t. from the throat (by coughing it up).Bangniyaˈsimbeldem kellongnu hiketanun.If something obstructs your throat cough it up.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

ikat-ikat

nAn abscess or large boil.boils, large; abscessLarge boils or abscesses develop in the glands, under the arm, in the back of the
knee or on the side of the neck. The boils tend to make clusters and take a long time
to heal. The growing part of a certain tree can be burnt and the ashes sprinkled on
it as a medicine.
Inikat-ikatdende miyaˈan diyataˈ susune.That woman has an abscess on her breast.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms12.2SkinSkin

ipul

nLeprosy.leprosy
vinipul
vTo have leprosyBangaˈainipul subey pinaseddili lumaˈ peggeˈ mekeleggey.If a person has leprosy, he should live in a separate house because it is contagious.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

kagas

nTuberculosis.tuberculosisGey ngatu kewuliˈan kagas aˈa iyan.The tuberculosis of that person doesn’t want to get better.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

kaleg1kayeg

nWorm, parasite in intestines.worm in intestines; parasite in intestines
v. statkinalegTo have worms, be infested with worms.Kinalegnakanak iyan, iyuˈ hadje bettengnen.That child has worms; its stomach is big.sassing2.5.3WormsWorms12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

kilaila

nBlack or reddish marks (on body); birthmarks (on skin).birthmarkSi Totoˈ tege kila diyataˈ bettengne.Totoˈ has a birthmark on his stomach.Ladjabkilanen.Her birthmark is large.kabang12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

kukuˈ1

adjLame (cannot walk or even stand up, often because of a deformation).lame; stand up, not able to; walk, not able toBakas saki aˈa bahiˈin gey koleˈ lumengngan, kukuˈ ne kuweˈitu.The old person was sick, he can’t walk anymore; he is lame now.Kukuˈkemuwe amban dem betteng nakanak iyan.That child has been lame since birth.luglid12.12Adjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sicknessAdjectives and verbs used in connection w/ sickness12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

lastunglastumlastun

nParonychia (an inflammation of the folds of skin bordering a nail of a finger or toe,
usually characterized by infection and pus formation).
It most often occurs in the feet of animals if they are penned up in a muddy place.
v. statilastungTo be inflamed (as described above).Bewuwanbangilastungkukkubettis aˈahin peggeˈ buhuk kukkuhin.The toenail of a person is smelly when it is inflamed because the nail is decaying.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms

leklap

nA skin disease; double skin.Dry skin is flaking off all over the body. The skin is like scales. It itches and
the person scratches.
double skinLapat puhuˈnen weˈ leklap.His body is covered with double skin.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms12.2SkinSkin

paladpād

nA cold (mainly runny nose, also sore throat).cold, a; runny noseHatutegepaladnakanak iyan peggeˈ iyuˈ pengngak.Perhaps that kid has a cold because he sounds stuffy.
v. statmagpalad, pinaladTo have a cold.Luwalku magbaˈan peggeˈ pinalad ku.I am always sneezing because I have a cold.Hangkan hep kew luwal magpalad peggeˈ luwal kew magulanan.That’s why you always have a cold, because you are always rained on.12.1Various sicknesses and general medical termsVarious sicknesses and general medical terms
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