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asek1

vsubjectpa-, -um-, mag-#-an (repet.)To enter; to go inside.enter; go insidePaˈasekkewdembilik.Go inside the room.Umaseknekewdemtindabaˈahu miyaˈan?Have you been able to go inside the new store?sayed (sēd)(pa)diyalemluwas

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vsubjectN-, mag-To put on s.t. (as clothes); to enter s.t.put on clothes; share a blanketNgasekkudahuˈ semmek patuliku.I will just put on my clothes that I sleep in.Asekkunesawal peyatin.I am putting on the Yakan trousers.kungaseksini.I am going to enter the cinema.23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

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vsubjectN-, mag-To share a blanket (with s.o.).Magˈasekhadjakaˈampeggeˈkulangolos.Just share a blanket because there are few.Aseknekupeggeˈgaˈniyaˈ olosku.She shared (with) me because I didn’t have a blanket.siˈib

bagsaˈ

vsubjectN-, mag-To baste (sew with long stitches by hand).baste (stitch); sew long stitchesBagsaˈundahuˈ duk dalum teˈed maki laˈitun duk mākina.Baste it first with a real needle then sew it with the machine.Bakas ku magsaˈ badjuˈku.I have basted my blouse.laˈit23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

bales3

vsubjectmag-To do a flat-felled seam (also called French seam).A strong seam stitched on both sides of the fabric to enclose all raw edges. Sewing
as in jeans.
flat seam, to do; seam flat, to doBang laˈitnu sawalku iyan balesun duk pagen.When you sew my pants do a flat-felled seam so that they will be strong.Bangku maglaˈit gaˈi ku magbales.When I sew I don’t do French seams.kumbang23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

bintas

vTo come undone (of seam, because of too much pressure).If clothes are too tight the seam may come apart; or the handle on a bag comes undone
if contents are too heavy.
come undone (of seam)Bintas sawalkun. Garet si laˈitanne peggeˈ sigpit.My trousers are coming undone. The seam is torn because they are tight.23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing
vsubjectN-#-an, mag-object-anTo undo a seam.undo a seamTiyaˈkumagbintas tilamku.I am undoing the seam of my mattress.Bintasanunuˈan iyan.Undo the seam of that pillow.tettas1

buldaw

nEmbroidery.embroidery
vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo do embroidery.Niyaˈ pundaku binuldawan.I have an embroidered pillowcase.23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

dāhut

nExcess cloth (in a garment).It is taken in or cut off when clothes are made smaller.excess cloth in garmentLadjabdāhut badjuˈnen.The excess cloth of her blouse is wide.
vsubjectN-#-an, mag-object-anngan-To take in, make s.t. smaller (of clothes that are too big).clothes, make smallerDināhutan sawalnen peggeˈ hadje.Her pants were taken in because they were big.Gaˈikutaˈungandāhutan sawalku inin.I don’t know how to make these pants of mine smaller.(nga)dikiˈlaˈit23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

dikat

nA cloth (wrapped around the waist); wraparound skirt (that is tucked in).wrap cloth around waist; wraparound skirtHagetdikatkun.My wraparound skirt is tight.olos
vsubjectN-, mag-ngan-To wrap cloth around waist (tucking it in); to wear or put on (a wraparound skirt).Usually used of a skirt.Dikatun ōsnun.Put on your sarong (lit. wrap your sarong around).Taˈuiyengandikat.She knows how to wrap (cloth) around the waist.gampis23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

galing

vsubjectN-, mag-ngang-To spin (cotton).spin cottonMetuˈuhin subey aˈahin maggaling.In olden times people had to spin.23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

gansiliyu

vsubjectmag-To crochet.crochet, toBang kite maggansiliyu sinorok-sorok hiluhin duk dalum.When we crochet the thread is pulled through with a needle.23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

haget

adjFirm; secure; tight.firm; secure; tightHaget badjuˈkun.My blouse is tight.Haget lumaˈnun, bisan basag beliyu gaˈi larak.Your house is firm (strong); even if there is a strong wind it will not be destroyed.Gey umasek aˈa panangkewin peggeˈ haget lumaˈnen.Thieves cannot enter because his house is secure.Ulaliˈkubangweˈeyiyegaˈitekkabuhaget pagbissā kamihin.I am curious why he did not arrive and what’s more our agreement was firm.daseklapaksigpit1piletlokaˈloro23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

Pahagetun ateynun.Take courage.Haget ku amban lahat.I have already eaten at home; I am full.A possible answer when one is invited to eat and one cannot or doesn’t want to eat.
Or it may be said if the owner of a house apologizes for not being able to feed us.

kansing

vsubjectN-, mag-To do up, zip up or button up (clothes).zip up; button upKansingun badjuˈnun.Do up your blouse.Tiyaˈkungansing badjuˈku.I am just buttoning my blouse.tabuˈ223.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

kansingan

nThe thing to close s.t. with (as zipper, buttons, etc.).Gaˈniyaˈkansingan sawalne.His pants have nothing to close them.Magkaˈatnekansingan maletanen.The zipper of her suitcase is broken.

kumbang

vsubjectN-, mag-To do a double seam; to do a quick, clean seam (that won’t unravel).For a quick, clean seam two pieces of cloth are placed with the cut edges on top of
each other, folded over approx. one half centimeter and sewn near the cut edge. It
is done either by hand or machine. It is often used in wide-legged pants sawal luha paˈa. For the double seam the two pieces of cloth are sewn near the cut edge then the
cloth is turned inside out and sewn again so as to enclose the cut edge.
seam, quick and clean (sewing); double seamKumbangunbangkew maglaˈit.Do a quick clean seam when you sew.bales3dāhutlaˈit23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

laˈit

vsubjectN-, mag-To sew.sewnekewmaglaˈitpitaka.Go and sew the purses.Īˈiyengalaˈit badjuˈku.She is there sewing my blouse.Laˈitunne badjuˈnun.Sew your blouse.23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

THINGS USED FOR SEWING
antuwilas sequin
aperel safety pin
dalum needle
gunting scissors
hilu thread
OTHER
bagsaˈ to baste
bales3 flat seam
buku1 knot
dāhut to take in, make smaller
kolaˈ pleats
konod gathers
kumbang quick, clean seam
tettas to undo a sewing
topak to patch s.t.
sakbit buttonhole stitch
sulsi mending a tear by sewing back and forth

lapis1

nLayer.layer; wear several layers; twin trees or fruitTellulapis semmeknen bang iye lumengngan.He wears three layers of clothes when he goes out.Taˈabutnepituˈlapislangit.He reached seven layers of heaven.
vsubjectmag-To wear or carry two or more items of the same kind (such as clothing, jewelry, knives,
bamboo water containers).
Lapisun badjuˈnun peggeˈ iyuˈ tilag.Wear another layer (with) your blouse because it is transparent.Maglapisgallangdende miyaˈan.That girl wears several bracelets.dubli123.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

lekka

vsubjectN-, mag-To open s.t. fastened (as buttons, zippers, buckles, strings); to undo s.t. (as bow,
belt, sewing, etc.).
open s.t. (fastened or tied); undo (knot or string, sewing)Lekkahuningketkābew iyan.Undo the rope of that carabao.Maglekkaingketkahunku.I opened the string of the box.Geykutaˈungalekkatabuˈan badjuˈkun.I cannot open the fastening of my blouse.Lekkahun laˈitan badjuˈnu iyan; iyuˈ gaˈi hāp.Undo the sewing of your blouse; it is not good.23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

lengget-lengget

vFor s.t. to form or have a line, zigzag, or spiral pattern.pattern of lines; zigzag pattern; spiral patternMaglengget-lenggetkolol badjuˈnen.The colors of his shirt form a line pattern.Maglengget-lenggetmata kekehetin.The teeth of a saw have a zigzag pattern.Maglengget-lenggetkassaˈinin.This glass has a spiral pattern.gellet-gellet
vsubjectN-#-an, mag-object-anTo put a zigzag pattern onto s.t.Lengget-lenggetanuntuggu badjuˈkun.Make the hem of my blouse in a zigzag pattern.Geykutaˈungalenggetanne.I don’t know how to make a zigzag pattern in it.ukiltanggaˈ23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

leppiˈ

vsubjectN-, mag-To fold s.t.fold, toLeppiˈun semmek iyan.Fold those clothes.Ngaleppiˈku semmek.I am folding clothes.Magleppiˈkātasku pinaˈisi dem subri.I fold paper and put it into an envelope.pekok23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

luwas1

vsubjectN-#-an, mag-object-anTo take off s.t. (as clothes).take off s.t. (clothes)Luwasanunne tehompaˈnun.Take your shoes off.Tuˈukewdiyalemmagluwas badjuˈin.Take your blouse off inside here.Nakanak iyan taˈu ne ngaluwasan badjuˈnen.That child can already take his shirt off.ānasek23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

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vsubjectN-To bring out s.t., express (of thoughts and speech).bring out (speech, thoughts)Luwasunine-inedem ateynun.Express whatever is in your heart.Geykutaˈungaluwas bissākun. (Iyaˈ ku atawa gey ku bahani atawa maˈaseˈ ku atawa gey ku makaˈaraˈ-araˈ.)I can’t get my words out. (I am shy or not bold or have pity or don’t dare.)guwaˈ

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vsubjectpa-, -um-, mag-#-an (repet.)To go outside (of room, house, forest, etc.).go outsidePaluwasku amban dem bilik.I go outside of the room.Lumuwaskudibuhiˈ mayaman bang ine mamagedduhin.I went outside last night to see what made the noise.Daˈakaˈammagluwasan amban dem lumaˈ.Don’t keep going outside the house.
nluwasanThe outside.outsideEkkakēmmut si luwasan.There are many mosquitos outside.bukut2guwaˈdiyalem

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v. statlumuwasTo be out (outside) of s.t. (that is confining in some way).Luwas badjuˈnen si pamagubasan.His shirt came off when he ran away.Luwas bissānen si aku.He told me (lit. his speech is out to me).Lumuwasneiye amban kalabusu peggeˈ taˈabut ne temponen (libri).He is out of prison because his time is up (he is free).Lumuwas manuk-manukin amban dem kulungan (leppa).The bird is out of the cage (it escaped).Lumuwasiye amban dem tarabahune (pinatahalaˈ).He is out of work (was laid off).

mennel

adjThreadbare (of old cloth).threadbareMennelne olosku inin, peggeˈ tiggel ne manamal.This sarong of mine is already threadbare, because (I have had it) for a long time.guyaˈ23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

ngekkeˈ

vTo shrink (of cloth).shrunk; shrinkDaˈa pepīhun badjuˈkun dem boheˈ duk gaˈi ngekkeˈ.Don’t put my blouse into water so it won’t shrink.23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

pahayangpahanyang

vsubjectN-, mag-To hang up or spread out s.t. (to dry, as of clothes).hang up to dry (clothes); spread out to dry (clothes)Magpahayangnekuolos duk tohoˈ.I hang up the sarong so that it will dry.Tiyaˈkumahayang badjuˈku.I am off to hang up my blouse.Pahayangun semmek iyan dem ellew.Hang those clothes in the sun.Gaˈtohoˈpinahayangkun.What I hung up did not dry.23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

pahayangan

nClothes line.Badjuˈkun laˈi pe diyataˈ pahayangan.My blouse is still on the clothesline.20.5Household implements / itemsHousehold implements / items

palansa

vsubjectN-, mag-To iron (clothes).iron clothes, toPalansahun badjuˈkun.Iron my blouse.Ubus ne ku magpalansa.I have finished ironing.Tiyaˈpekumalansa badjuˈku.I am going to iron my blouse.23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

palansahan

nAn iron.A household device for pressing clothes.Intagpalansahannun?Where is your iron?20.5Household implements / itemsHousehold implements / items

sakbit

vsubjectN-, mag-To do a buttonhole stitch.buttonhole stitch, to doSakbitunhigad badjuˈnun duk gey mambal.Do a buttonhole stitch on the edge of your blouse so that it won’t fray.Daˈakku iye nakbit badjuˈku.I told her to do the buttonhole stitch on my blouse.laˈit23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

salinsayin

vsubjectN- [partial], mag- [total]
object-anTo change (clothes); transfer (liquids).change (clothes); transfer (liquids)kewmagsalin semmek.Go and change your clothes.Sayinanun badjuˈnun.Change your blouse.Sayinanunisellandemgalun iyan pinepī dem kassaˈ dikiˈ.Transfer the oil from that gallon container; put it into a small bottle.Banggaˈniyaˈ gāsnu, nayin kew gās iyan.If you don’t have any kerosene, transfer some of that kerosene (into your bottle).Pasalinanunnenakanak iyan, iyuˈ ne iluˈud semmeknen.Change (the clothes of) that child; his clothes are dirty.gantiˈ23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing
vsubjectpa-, mag-To change, transfer (of living location or from one means of transportation to another
of the same kind).
Pitu meˈ aˈa Basilanin pasalin hap Sembuwangan.The people from Basilan transfer here to Zamboanga.Bangsiyehap Sabah magsalin lansa siye laˈi si Cagayan.When they go to Sabah they change boats there in Cagayan de Tawi-Tawi.
vpasalinTo transfer s.t., move s.t. (all of it, from one place to another).Pasalinku manggahin amban dem parakaˈ pinapī dem karut.I will transfer the mangoes from the basket (to a sack).lindapinda

sangban1

nA sash (a cloth worn diagonally across the chest).The material of a sarong may just be gathered any way or folded neatly from the mouth
to the lower edge into a narrow sash.
Leppiˈun olos iyan hinang sangban.Fold that sarong making it into a sash (worn across the chest).sabley15.5Decorations, weddings and other ceremoniesDecorations, weddings and other ceremonies
vsubjectmag-To wear s.t. as a sash (i.e. diagonally across the chest).Sangbanunhadjaolos iyan.Just wear that sarong as a sash.23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing
vmagsangbanTo have s.t. crosswise (of pattern in fabric, sash across chest).crosswiseMeˈ Samahin magsangban duk olos.The Sama have the sarong crosswise (over the shoulder).Semmek miyaˈan magsangban-sangban bettiknen.That cloth has the pattern crosswise.

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vsubjectN-, mag- (pl.)To plow a second time (usually done across or diagonally).plow a second timeUbus ne sinangban tanaˈkun.My field has already been plowed a second time.Nangbannekusumu.I will plow the second time tomorrow.Magsangbanne meˈ aˈahin.The people are plowing the second time.badjaˈ8.4Verbs used in connection w/ agricultureVerbs used in connection w/ agriculture

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