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bakbas

nChips of wood.chips of woodEggasun bakbas kayu inin.Burn these chips of wood.
vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo cut off small pieces (of wood with short strong motions in order to take off bark
or make an item smaller, or to smooth it).
cut off (small pieces of wood)Daˈakku iye makbas kayu.I tell him to cut small pieces off the wood.Bakbasanunkayu iyan pinahāp-hāp hinangte olom.Cut that piece of wood very well; we will make it into a house post.sagsapsasaplimbasseyring19.6Verbs used in connection w/ carpentryVerbs used in connection w/ carpentry29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

būd

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

gahit

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

gīpgilip

vTo cut in very small pieces.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

gīs

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)kewnganggīsdawen pamutusante lutuˈ.Go and cut (banana) leaves for wrapping the lunch.kehet29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

gīs-gīs

nSmall pieces, scraps (of cloth).It is also used of banana leaves or pepper leaf.piece of cloth, small; scraps (of cloth or leaf)kaˈam māku gīs-gīs hinangte bi tarapu.Go and ask for scraps (of material); we will use them as rags.iris23.3Things used in sewingThings used in sewing

gilipgīpgīp-gīp

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

gowab

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.
vpagowabTo cut deeply into s.t.Pagowabnebangiye magkupad sayul.She cuts deeply when she peels vegetables.kobakkehet29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

ipa

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
vsubjectN-, mag-To cut (betelnut) into sections.Ipahunlugusinin.Cut this betelnut into sections.Ngipakudahuˈdehellu ingge kaˈu.I will cut it into sections first, then you (can cut it).29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

iris

nScraps (of cloth); small pieces (of cloth, banana leaf, or paper).scraps (of cloth etc.)Ekkairis-irislaˈi si paglaˈitan.There are lots of scraps at the sewing place.gīs(-gīs)23.3Things used in sewingThings used in sewing
vsubjectN-, mag-To cut s.t. into small pieces (with a knife or scissors, esp. of cloth, banana leaf,
and paper).
cut s.t. (into small pieces)Irisundawenuyatinin hinangte suwit.Cut this banana leaf in small pieces; we will make it into small plates.Banggaˈiumabut hinangnu badjuˈ, ngiris kew si tela dembuwaˈ miyaˈan.If (the cloth is) not enough for making a blouse, cut some off that (other) cloth.tabas29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

kehet

vsubjectN-, mag-To cut, saw s.t.cut, to; saw, toMagkehetkukayu para hinang papan.I will saw wood to make boards.Niyaˈ bakas ngehet tennunkun ensiniˈ.Somebody cut my weaving earlier.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

kekehet

nA saw.saw, aPutukun kayu iyan duk kekehet.Sever that wood with a saw.20.1ToolsTools

keke

vsubjectN-, mag- (pl.)object-anTo shave (hair).The knife is held at a flat angle.shave hairBangtambel iskulin kekehanku bulu kōkkun.When school closes I will shave off my hair.Akuinin mataˈu ngeke bulu kōkin.I am the one who knows how to shave hair.agisseseˈurut29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

kepak

vsubjectN-, mag-To split or cut s.t. (anything) lengthwise.split lengthwise, to; cut lengthwise, toTiyaˈ kite magkepak kenna hinang sempinaˈ.We are splitting fish to make dried fish.Ubus ne iye ngepak kayu.He has already split wood.pompongpolong29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

dengkepak

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

keduwe-dengkepak

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.

dempōng-kepak

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.

kobak

adjDeep (of cut or bite, removing a large piece).deep (of cutting, biting)Kobak pengupadnen.His (way of) peeling is deep.Kinekkeb weˈ asu paˈanen, kobak ne.His thigh was bit by a dog, it is deep.bebanggowabkehet29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING
vpakobakTo 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.

kulticorte

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo cut hair.cut hairSūng kite tuhutante kew magkulti hap balbero.Let’s go, I will come with you to the barber to get (your hair) cut.kewdahuˈngulti, iyuˈ ne tahaˈ kōknun.Go and have your hair cut; it is long already.Kultihanunkōknakanak iyan.Cut the hair of that child.tettep26.3Verbs used in connection w/ hairVerbs used in connection w/ hair29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

kupad

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

labas

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo cut grass, to mow.cut grass, to; mow, toNgalabaskukahabaˈellew.I cut grass every day.Labasanun bulaknun duk gaˈi sabetan.Cut the grass on your land so that it will not be full of weeds.laras1gahitliliklosak29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING8.4Verbs used in connection w/ agricultureVerbs used in connection w/ agriculture
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.

lapa2

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.
Tiyaˈkudahuˈngalapa si bulakku miyaˈan.I will go first to cut some (of the underbrush) on my land.Kahabaˈellewiyemaglapa si bulakne.Every day he goes to cut some (weeds) on his land.
vsubjectN-#-anobject-anTo clear land (of tall weeds and underbrush).Īˈneiyengalapahan bulakne.He is there clearing his land (of weeds).Lapahanne bulaknen duk tellang lahingnen.He clears his land (of underbrush) so that his coconut grove is clear.labaslilik8.4Verbs used in connection w/ agricultureVerbs used in connection w/ agriculture29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

lapaˈ

vsubjectN-, mag-To cut up meat (esp. fowl).cut up meat, esp. fowlLapaˈunne manukin.Cut up the chicken.Ubus ne siye maglapaˈ manuk.They have already cut up the chicken.Sōng ku ngalapaˈ kambing.I am soon going to cut up the goat.kehetsampaˈ29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

laras1

vsubjectN-, mag-To cut (cogon grass).cut (cogon grass)Tabanganun ku maglaras / ngalaras kuhun sumu, hinangku sapew lumaˈ.Help me to cut cogon tomorrow; I will make a roof for the house.Larasun bi koˈ kuhun iyan.Cut that cogon grass, please.labas29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

lilik

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.
vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo clear (a piece of land).Bakas ne ku ngalilik laˈi si bulakku.I have already done the clearing there on my land.Sumuekka nabangan aku maglilik.Tomorrow many will help me to clear (the land).Ubus ne lilikanne bulaknen.He already cleared his land.labas29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING8.4Verbs used in connection w/ agricultureVerbs used in connection w/ agriculture

pagtiˈ

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-To break or snip off s.t. (with hand).Magtiˈkewhadja dam pange sili iyan.Just break off one branch of that pepper.Īˈiyemagpagtiˈjambangan.He is there snipping off plants.Pinagtiˈ weˈ ku kayu-kayu iyan ensiniˈ.I broke off that stick earlier.polong8.4Verbs used in connection w/ agricultureVerbs used in connection w/ agriculture29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

pataˈ3

vsubjectN-, mag-To cut or chop s.t. crosswise, (especially of wood or cane).cut crosswise (wood); chop woodPataˈunkayu iyan.Cut that wood into pieces.Īˈiyemagpataˈkayu.He is over there cutting wood.polong29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

peddang

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
vpeddangansubjectN-To cut (in order to remove s.t.).remove by cuttingPeddanganunnejambangan iyan.Cut those plants.Sinemeddanganpangekayu iyan?Who cut that branch?ān

pōngpolong

vBreak or cut (crosswise into sections).29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

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
vsubjectN-, mag-To cut or break s.t. (crosswise).cut crosswise; break crosswiseNiyaˈmōng kennahin.Someone cut the fish.Pinōng weˈ ne kapayahin pinaˈampat.He has cut the papaya into four (sections crosswise).Magpōngkayukuensiniˈ.I chopped wood earlier.pataˈ3pagtiˈseppaksagpiˈkepak29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING