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bayu

vsubjectN-, mag-To pound s.t. (such as rice).pound, toBayuhun paleyin.Pound the rice.Niyaˈnemayu kahawanun.S.o. is pounding your coffee.tupuk9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

bayuhan

nA (small) container for pounding betel chew.It is usually a tube and made of brass.container for pounding betel chewNgillap isab bayuhan aˈa bahiˈ miyaˈan.The container for pounding betel chew of that old person sparkles.garul

bikbis

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo remove unwanted materials (as threshed out straw from kernels, weeds from plowed
up soil).
remove unwanted materialsTabanganun ku mikbis duk limpiyu tanaˈkun.Help me to remove unwanted materials so that my field will be clean.Bikbisanun tanaˈnun duk limpiyu.Remove unwanted materials (from) your field so it will be clean.kellu9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

bukbus

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo come out, spill (from the side of s.t., as rice out of a hole in a sack, kapok
from pillow).
Esp. used of the head of grain coming out of its blade.come outMagbukbusne paleykun.My rice is coming out (of its blades; it is growing).Bukbusanun uˈanin duk kadekdakan.Take (the kapok) out of the pillow so it can be washed.(pa)guwaˈbuˈus9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

dalum

nNeedle.needleIndamanun ku dalum pangalaˈitku badjuˈku.Lend me a needle for sewing my blouse.laˈit23.3Things used in sewingThings used in sewing

tōng dalum

nPoint of the needle.

buliˈ dalum

nDull end (eye) of the needle.

Ngandalum ne paleyin.The rice is coming up (said of seedling, lit. making a needle).9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

diˈik1

vsubjectN-, mag- (recip.)ngan-object-anTo tread on s.t., step on s.t., be run over by s.t.tread on s.t.; step on s.t.; run over, to beNiyaˈtadiˈikkukayu dikiˈ-dikiˈ, arak ku hebbaˈ.I stepped on a small piece of wood; I almost fell over.Tadiˈikjīp asuhin.The dog was run over by a jeep.Diˈikanneku duk jīpnen.He ran me over (deliberately) with his jeep.ligpitlosak

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vsubjectN-, mag- (repet.)ngan-object-anTo thresh grain.thresh grainDiniˈikanpaley kamihin duk bettis dumaˈin duk mākina.Our rice is threshed with feet not with a machine.Ngandiˈikkuhadjakuˈahatpaleyinin.I will just thresh a little of this rice.9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

eddek

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo plant (a large field by placing seeds in holes or sowing in rows).Not used when sowing in a garden plot only.plant seeds, toBakas kami mageddek paley laˈi si Linggisan.We have planted rice there at Linggisan.Ubus ne eddekanne tanaˈnen.He has finished planting his field.tanemsabudtabbak8.4Verbs used in connection w/ agricultureVerbs used in connection w/ agriculture9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

gangu

adjDry (of seeds).As coffee, peanuts, rice, maize.dry (of seeds)Pinuhiˈan paleyin duk gangu. Bang gey gangu bu binayu gaˈ niyaˈ talebbi isinen, posak du.Unhusked rice is dried so that it will be (very) dry. If it isn’t dry and pounded, no kernels will be left; they will be smashed.tohoˈtigangbangun29.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

giling

vsubjectN-, mag-ngang-To mill s.t.; to grind s.t.mill, to; grind, toHap Lamitan ku sumu maggiling paley.I will go to Lamitan tomorrow to mill rice.9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

gilingan

nA mill.mill, aGaˈ tagiling paleyin peggeˈ magkaˈat gilinganin.The rice cannot be milled because the mill broke down.20.8Other, implementsOther, implements19.1Types of housesTypes of houses

katig2

nMultiple stalks of rice (growing out of the root).rice stalk, multipleEkkakatigpaley iyan.That rice has many stalks.batang1
vngatigFor rice to produce many stalks (out of the original root stock).Ngatigne paleykun.My rice is already producing many stalks.9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

laˈun

adjOld, aged, matured (left over from previous batch).Of rice from previous harvest, tobacco stored for a long time.old (of rice, tobacco); aged (of tobacco)Bangniyaˈ paleyte musim dehelluhin pe, pinaˈin paley laˈun.If we still have rice from the previous season we say it is old rice.Bellihanun ku tabakuˈ laˈun iyan, peggeˈ iye mahāpin.Buy me the old tobacco because that is the best.andang19.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice
adjlaˈunanUnmarried, single; spouseless.Of people who would be expected to be married but are not.Laˈunandende miyaˈan (atawa lella) bang bahiˈ ne bu gey kinawin.That woman is single (or that man) if she (he) is old but not married.Bangmākanakpe, gey pinakan paley laˈun megsumbayaˈ duk paley baˈahu, peggeˈ duk koˈ gey laˈunan mākanak miyaˈan.A child is not fed old rice and new rice mixed together so that, it is said, the child
won’t remain unmarried.

budjang laˈunan

nOld maid, spinster, single woman.old maid; spinster; single womanSaid of people from about 30 years on.Dende iyan gaˈ magella hangkan iye budjang laˈunan.That woman did not marry; therefore she is an old maid.

subul laˈunan

nBachelor, single man.bachelor; single manSaid of people from about 30 years on.Gaˈniyaˈ ngabayaˈan lella miyaˈan hangkan hep iye subul laˈunan.Nobody wanted that man; therefore he is a bachelor.

lugtaˈ

adjOverdue for harvest (of rice).overdue for harvest (of rice)The upper part of the stems break off (partially) because the stems start to rot when
the rice has been ripe for a long time.
Lugtaˈne paleyin.The rice is overdue for harvest.9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice1.15Stages of development of plants and fruitStages of development of plants and fruit

pagani

nHarvest time (of rice).harvest time (of rice)Pagani miyaˈan pe patuˈukun.At the last harvest time I was already here.5.1World and timeWorld and time
vsubjectN-, mag- (pl.)To reap or harvest (rice).reap rice; harvest riceTiyaˈkumagani paleyku.I am off to harvest my rice.Magpaganiaˈa Badjaˈin dem basakan si Lamitan.The Badjaˈ people are reaping in the Lamitan paddies.Paganihunne paleynun, tahak ne.Harvest your rice now; it is ripe.suringloseˈkettuˈ8.4Verbs used in connection w/ agricultureVerbs used in connection w/ agriculture9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

palid1

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo winnow (unhusked rice).It is done by pouring unpounded rice from some height so that empty hulls are blown
away by the wind.
winnow (by pouring)Ubus ne ku magpalid.I have finished winnowing.Malidkuhadjakuˈahat.I am winnowing just a little.Tapalidannekēmon paleykun.All my rice has been winnowed already.tahap9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

puhiˈ

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo dry (seeds in the sun, as coffee, rice, etc.).dry seeds (in sun), toPuhiˈanunpaley iyan duk gangu.Dry that rice so that it will be dry.Tiyaˈkudahuˈmuhiˈ.I am off to dry (some seeds) first.Magpuhiˈpaleykudiˈilew.I dried rice yesterday.palagsiktohoˈbangun28.4Verbs used in connection w/ agricultureVerbs used in connection w/ agriculture9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

pinuhiˈan

nWhat is being dried (rice, maize, coffee, peanuts).Daˈa diˈikanun pinuhiˈankun.Don’t step on what I am drying.

suring

nSecond harvest.Not all heads of rice ripen at the same time. When the harvest begins all the ripe
ones are cut. The rest (relatively few heads) are harvested (about a week) later.
Maki pinagani paley iyan bang tahak ne manamal duk gaˈ niyaˈ suringne.That rice will be harvested only when it is very ripe so that there won’t need to
be a second harvest.
vsubjectN-, mag-To harvest (the rice that was left standing during the initial harvest).harvest second time, toSuringku paleykun.I harvested (what was left standing of) my rice.Sūng kite nuring.Let’s go and harvest (what was left).Ekkaaˈamagsuring.Many people are harvesting (what was left standing).pagani8.4Verbs used in connection w/ agricultureVerbs used in connection w/ agriculture9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

tahap

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo winnow s.t. (with a winnowing basket).winnow s.t.Magtahappaleyku.I am winnowing rice.Ubus ne tinahapan buwasin.The rice has been winnowed.Nahapkuhadjakuˈahat.I will just winnow a little.palid19.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice

tohoˈ

vpatohoˈsubjectN- (part), mag- (all)object-anTo dry s.t.Patohoˈanundahuˈkayu iyan maki ennaˈun.Dry that wood first, then store it.Matohoˈkew meˈ semmek iyan duk takoleˈnu moˈo.Dry those clothes so that you will be able to carry them. (Only some are dried not all.)Bangku magdekdak magpatohoˈ ku dahuˈ laˈi si boheˈ.When I do laundry I dry it there at the river. (All of it.)
vnohoˈDried up (used of sores only).Nohoˈne katelkun, sōng kewuliˈan ne.My sore has dried up; it will soon be healed.

tupuk

vTo crumble, smash, break up into small pieces (esp. rice that isn’t sufficiently dry
when pounded).
break up s.t.; crumble s.t.; smash s.t.; pound (rice)Tupuk binayunen peggeˈ gaˈ gangu.What she pounded is broken into pieces because it was not dry.
vsubjectN-, mag-To break, crumble s.t. (into small pieces); to pound rice.Tupukne jāhin.He crumbled the rice cake.Bakas nupuk ku peggeˈ gaˈ niyaˈ buwas.I have pounded some because we don’t have any rice.Magtupukkudahuˈ, peggeˈgaˈniyaˈbuwas.I will pound some first because we don’t have any rice.posakbayu9.4Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ riceVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ rice