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nBrake (as on vehicles).brake, aBekkatberēkjīp miyaˈan.The brake of that jeep is broken.Bangmissāaˈa iyan gaˈ niyaˈ berēkne.When that person speaks he has no brake.18.2Parts of motor vehiclesParts of motor vehicles


nFoot.footTewwaˈtunggulbettiskun.I stubbed my toe (lit.foot) on a stump.11.6Legs and feetLegs and feet
vsubjectN-, mag-To go on foot; walk.walk; go on footMettiskuhadjapeggeˈgaˈidutala.I will just walk because it is not far.Magbettiskuhadjahap, peggeˈgaˈidutala.I will just walk there because it is not far.


nWheel and tire of a vehicle.wheel (of vehicle); tire (of vehicle)Palātnebettis jīpin.The tire of the jeep is flat.18.2Parts of motor vehiclesParts of motor vehicles


nBottom (of objects); buttocks (of a person); the behind or seat (of a person); the
rear end (as of boat, bus, etc.).
bottom (of anything); behind, the; buttocks; rear end of s.t.Eggasbuliˈ kalderokun.The bottom (inside) of my pot is burnt.Bangkābew iyan sungiˈ lege buliˈnen.When that carabao defecates its behind is dirty.Binettad kalgahin si buliˈ lansa.The cargo is placed at the rear end of the boat.kegolkōk311.1External body partsExternal body parts18.2Parts of motor vehiclesParts of motor vehicles

buliˈ dalum

nEye of a needle or head of a pin.

buliˈ kellong

nBack of the neck.

lowang buliˈ



nRack (for cargo in the rear of a jeep).rack for cargoPapīhun duwaˈannu iyan diyataˈ keriyel jīp.Place your load on the rack of the jeep.18.2Parts of motor vehiclesParts of motor vehicles



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


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


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


nSteering wheel; handle bar.steering wheel; handle barBuwibudun manabela jīpnun duk pabira.Turn the steering wheel of your jeep so that it will turn around.Polongmanabela bisikletanen.The handle bar of the bicycle is broken.18.2Parts of motor vehiclesParts of motor vehicles


nEye.eyePessekmatanen dembiyaˈ.He is blind in his one eye.Pakeddemne matanen.He closed his eyes.11.3EyesEyes

anak mata pupil of the eye
buliˈ mata corner of the eye
nuggu mata look out of corner of eye
sāminmata eye glasses
uling mata be dizzy


nHeadlight of a vehicle.headlight (vehicle)Pinakayat mata jīpin bang sangem.The headlights of a jeep are turned on at night.18.2Parts of motor vehiclesParts of motor vehicles


nAn inner tube.inner tubeAn airtight rubber tube inside a pneumatic tire to hold air under pressure.Bangkupasakeydiyataˈsalbabida ngapey ku hadja.If I ride on an inner tube I just paddle with my hands.Kawlessuˈsalbabidahin; iyuˈ palāt bettis jīpin.Perhaps the inner tube has a leak; the tire of the jeep is flat.18.2Parts of motor vehiclesParts of motor vehicles