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nChips of wood.chips of woodEggasun bakbas kayu inin.Burn these chips of wood.
nOne section or cut (of a fruit, often one fourth).cut of fruit, a; section of fruit; fourth, one (of fruit)Urungun ku kapaya dem būd.Give me one section of the papaya.
vsubjectmag-To cut s.t. into sections (often four pieces); to quarter s.t. (mostly used of cutting
fruit).cut in four pieces; quarter, to; cut section a of fruitDaˈakne ku magbūd marang.She told me to cut the marang into quarters.tengaˈkepak29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING
vsubjectN-, mag-ngang-object-anTo cut weeds (in order to prevent a fire from spreading).cut weeds as fire preventionA strip of land about 1.5 m wide is cleared before a field is burned. Also the weeds
around any trees one wants to protect are cleared.Tabanganun ku nganggahit.Help me to cut weeds.Gahitande tanaˈden maki siye ngeggas.They cut (the weeds in) their field; then they burn it.labas29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING
vsubjectN-, mag-ngang-To cut or tear s.t. (into small pieces, as cloth or leaves).cut s.t. (into small pieces); tear s.t. (into small pieces)Pīkewnganggīsdawen pamutusante lutuˈ.Go and cut (banana) leaves for wrapping the lunch.kehet29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING
vsubjectN-, mag-ngang-To cut s.t. into very small pieces; to chop up s.t. (such as vegetables or tobacco).cut in very small pieces, toGīp-gīpun koˈ kite sayul labu miyaˈan.Cut that white squash vegetable for us into very small pieces.Daˈakku iye nganggīp talung.I told her to chop up the eggplant.kehet29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING
adjDeep (of a cut, wound, etc.).Gowab pagkehetnen.Her cutting is deep.Gowab pusuˈnen kinekkeb weˈ asu.Her calf has a deep (hole) bitten by the dog.
vobject-anTo cut deeply into s.t., take a big piece out of s.t.cut deeply, to; deep (of cut)Ginowaban weˈ ne kalabasaˈin peggeˈ niyaˈ buhukne.She cut the squash deeply because there was a rotten piece.
nA section (of betelnut; one fourth or one third).betelnut, a sectionNiyaˈpetuˈudem parakaku duwe ipa.There are still two sections (of betelnut) in my basket.upaˈkepakbūd
nOne side or one half of s.t. (cut lengthwise).side, one; other side, on the; half, oneBuwaˈkayudengkepakinin para si kaˈu.This one side of the fruit is for you.
nThe other side of s.t. (as road, house, etc. from the position of the speaker).Always with si.Niyaˈaˈa maghinang si dengkepak kalsara.A person is working on the other side of the road.Tuliluˈukew si dengkepak lumaˈ iyan.Sleep there on the other side of the house.(si) dembiyaˈ
adjOn both sides of s.t.both sides of s.t., onNiyaˈaˈa maghinang si kalsara keduwe-dengkepak.People are working on both sides of the road.Palansahun badjuˈkun keduwe-dengkepak.Iron my blouse on both sides.(keduwe-)dembiyaˈ
num.One and one half of s.t.Melli ku kalabasaˈ keduwe-dengkepak.I buy one and one half of a squash.
num.One fourth, halved lengthwise and then halved across.one fourthEspecially used when buying large fish.Urunganun ku kenna iyan dempōng-kepak.Give me one fourth of that fish.
vTo cut deep into s.t., cut or bite off a piece of s.t.cut deep intoDaˈapakobakun iyan bang kupadannu.Don’t cut a piece off that when you peel it.Pakobaknebangiye magkupad kemuntiˈ kayu.When she peels cassava she cuts deep into it.
vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo peel s.t. (by cutting off the skin).peel (by cutting), toAntag saˈinun ngupad kemuntiˈ?Where is your mother peeling the camote?Kupadanun mampallamin.Peel the green mango.lokap29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING
nA clearing for a field.It can be in the forest but is usually in open land, like in a cogon area. The weeds
are cut in preparation for a field.Luhanelabaskun.My clearing (the area where weeds are cut) is big.
vsubjectN-, mag-To cut (some tall weeds and underbrush).cut underbrush, to; clear land of underbrushUnderbrush and tall weeds are cut and placed on the shorter weeds to smother their
growth. It is done in coconut groves, coffee groves, rubber plantations, etc.Tiyaˈkudahuˈpīngalapa si bulakku miyaˈan.I will go first to cut some (of the underbrush) on my land.Kahabaˈellewpīiyemaglapa si bulakne.Every day he goes to cut some (weeds) on his land.
nA clearing (for a field).It is made in forested land in preparation for planting. Anything that can be cut
with a bolo is cut and removed; then bigger trees are cut with an ax.clearing (for field)Luhanelilikkun.My clearing is big.
vFor s.t. to break off (of rice straw, a flower, etc.).break off; snip offPagtiˈ jambanganin talaray asu.The plant is broken off because a dog went over it.
vsubjectN-, mag- (recip.)To hit or slash s.t. (with a knife).hit with a knife; slash with knifePeddangne sawehin.He slashed the snake.Niyaˈmeddang asukun.Someone slashed my dog.Magpeddangsiye.They are slashing at each other.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING
vsubjectN-To cut (in order to remove s.t.).remove by cuttingPeddanganunnejambangan iyan.Cut those plants.Sinemeddanganpangekayu iyan?Who cut that branch?ān
polongpōng(see also dempōng)
nSection or end of s.t. (as if cut crosswise, of fruit, wood, house, etc.)section of s.t. (cut crosswise); end (part) of s.t.Piyem pōng kapayahin?How many sections (are there) of the papaya?Urunganun ku tebbunu iyan tellum pōng.Give me three sections of your sugarcane.Tulilaˈiku si dem pōng.I sleep there at one end.Tapeddangne kukkunen dem pōng.She cut off one end of her fingernail.
v. statFor s.t. to break (crosswise).Polong lengngennen peggeˈ laboˈ iye.His arm is broken because he fell.Pōng dalumkun peggeˈ tuwas ilaˈitkun.My needle broke because what I am sewing is hard.tigpuˈ