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bēhibu

nHair (on arms and legs), body hair; short hair (at forehead); fringes of hair (of
a bride cut for the wedding).
It is cut like this for a wedding only. Just below the fringes the white line of facial
decoration is drawn. Formerly a lot of hair was cut, nowadays only a little.
hair (on arms, legs, and forehead); body hairNengge bēhibunen bang iye haggutan.Her body hair stands up when she feels cold.tarungbulu11.7HairHair26.4Nouns used in connection w/ hairNouns used in connection w/ hair

belongos

nA beard.beard, fullSubukbelongosaˈa miyaˈan.That person has a thick beard.bongotgumi11.7HairHair

bongot

nA goatee, a small pointed or tufted beard (on a man’s chin).goateeTahaˈbongotaˈa miyaˈan.That man has a long goatee.gumibelongos11.7HairHair

bulu

nHair (on head or body); feather; fur; wool (of animals).11.7HairHair

bulu

nHair (on head or body); feather; fur; wool (on skin); spines (which grow densely from
living creatures, as the spines of sea urchins).
hair; fur; feather; wool on skin; spines (as of sea urchins)manuk-manuk manessepin binaning.The feathers of the manessep bird are yellow.Sinnaku si meyong miyaˈan.I like the fur of that cat.Labungkōk nakanakin.The child has lots of hair.messang11.7HairHair26.4Nouns used in connection w/ hairNouns used in connection w/ hair3.5Parts of birdsParts of birds
adjbūhanHaving wool or hair (on the body); be hairy.Būhan kuyaˈin.The monkey is hairy.

buwibud1

vsubjectpa-, mag-#-anFor s.t. to rotate; revolve; to turn around and around.revolve; rotate; go around and aroundPabuwibud jaga-jagahin.The propeller is rotating.Magbuwibudan delosin.The (hands of the) watch go around and around.jaga-jagaliring

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vsubjectN-, mag-To turn s.t.turn s.t.Gaˈi takoleˈku muwibud lekkeb kassaˈin.I can’t turn the lid of the bottle.kuwey

buwibudan

nCowlick; crown of the head.Hair on the head that grows in a twirl.cowlickBuwibudannakanak iyan si tengngaˈ kōkne.The cowlick of that child is in the middle of his head.pusal111.7HairHair

gumi

nWhisker; antenna (of insects); feeler; mustache.whisker; feeler; mustache; antenna (of insects)Tahaˈgumi ulangin.Shrimps have long feelers.Dende miyaˈan tahaˈ tōngnen kuweˈ gumi lella.That woman has long hair above her mouth like the mustache of a man.janggut11.7HairHair2.8Parts of animalsParts of animals26.4Nouns used in connection w/ hairNouns used in connection w/ hair

kōk1

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nHair.hairBayaˈ ku kulinut kōkkun.I want my hair to be curly.

bulu kōkHair on the head.bulu11.7HairHair26.4Nouns used in connection w/ hairNouns used in connection w/ hair3

nFront of any conveyance.front of jeep; spring of waterNingkoloˈ laˈi iye si kōk jīp.He is sitting there in the front (seat) of the jeep.mundaˈ1buliˈ18.2Parts of motor vehiclesParts of motor vehicles

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nSource, spring of water.Lumaˈkun tapit si kōk boheˈ.My house is near the source of the creek.tindakan

kōkan

nThe head-end (of the house, bed etc.); upriver (towards its source).Kōkan lumaˈ is always the longer wall of a house facing south or west and is opposite the doorway.
(In a mosque the alcove is on the narrow side of the building and facing west. This
is also called kōkan.)
upriver; head of house or bedBangkew magtanem sayul, laˈi kew si antag kōkan lumaˈ.When you plant vegetables, do it there near the head of the house.Bangmimbal asal subey si kōkan langgal.The alcove should really be at the head of the mosque.Landesulan amban kōkan boheˈ.There was strong rain upriver.Bettadun uˈan iyan laˈi si kōkan kamanu.Place that pillow there at the head of your bed.tindakan19.5Other, types of houses and carpentryOther, types of houses and carpentry

ongas

adjTo be bald (on top of the head), to have a receding hairline.bald on head; hairline recedingOngasaˈa iyan.That person is bald.Ngeˈongasiyekuweˈitu.He is becoming bald now.soˈok(an)11.7HairHair

pī-pī

nHair in front of or over the ear; sideburns.hair in front of ear; sideburnsSeseˈanne pī-pīnen.He cut the hair in front of his ears.26.4Nouns used in connection w/ hairNouns used in connection w/ hair11.7HairHair

simbōng

nKnot (in hair).Hadjesimbōngnen.She has a large knot (in her hair).11.7HairHair26.4Nouns used in connection w/ hairNouns used in connection w/ hair
vsubjectN-, mag-To do the hair up in a knot.hair in a knot; knot in hairMagsimbōngkew.Do your hair up in a knot.Simbōngun kōknun.Make a knot in your hair.Sinenimbōng kōknu iyan?Who made that knot in your hair?ballay

tukung

adjBald.baldTukungaˈa iyan peggeˈ bakas magkeke kōk.That person is bald because he shaved his head.11.7HairHair26.2Adjectives used in connecton w/ hairAdjectives used in connecton w/ hair
v. statmagtukungTo be bald.Ganaˈ kōknen, bakas magkeke, magtukung ne iye kuweˈitu.He has no hair on his head; he shaved it; now he is bald.
vsubjectN-#-anobject-anTo make s.o. bald (by shaving).Sinenukungan kaˈuhin?Who made you bald?Tukunganunku.Make me bald.

uban

nGray hair (because of old age).hair, gray; gray hairEkkaneubannepeggeˈ bahiˈ ne iye.He has much gray hair because he is old.

ulalang

nPubic hair.pubic hair; hair, pubicLella iyan labung ulalangnen.That man has much pubic hair.Gaˈpeniyaˈulalangnepeggeˈnakanakpe.He (she) has no pubic hair yet because he (she) is still a child.11.7HairHair