nPath, trail, road, way.path; trail; road; wayA trail not big enough for a jeep to go on; a trail that has come into being because
of common use, not planned. Any road.Kataˈuhanku lānhap Boheˈlebbengin.I know the way to Boheˈlebbeng.Lān miyaˈan kajari palabeyan jīp.A jeep can go on that trail.Inispaltun nelān si bihing Lamitanin.The road near Lamitan has been asphalted.kalsarabanaˈas5.4TopographyTopography
nThe middle of the road.Daˈakew magingket kābew si mata lān.Don’t tie a carabao in the middle of the road.
behe lān (gaˈ niyaˈ)
nOvergrown road (lit. mouth of the road (there is none)).Gaˈneniyaˈbehe lāninin; tiyaˈne tabuˈ weˈ sabet.There is no road (lit. mouth of the road) anymore; it is overgrown by weeds.
nButterfly fish, several species; damselfish.fam. Chaetodontidae and Pomacentridae resp.Short, wide, small with a pattern in the middle. Damselfish are dull in color, 5 cm
long. Butterfly fish are very colorful, 5-10 cm long, good for an aquarium. Both are
called lās-lās but damselfish are really called tibuk. Both live in shallow water, between coral. Tibuk digs in sand under stones to hide.4.1FishFish
adjProfitable (in business dealings), selling at a good price; good bargain; inexpensive;
cheap.For a person selling, a high price would be laba, for a person buying, a low price would be laba.profitable; selling at good price; bargain, good; inexpensive; cheapLaba buwasin kuweˈitu.The rice sells at a good price at present.Laba kennahin.The fish is inexpensive.Magkopras nekukuweˈitupād-pādlaba.I will make copra now while it is profitable.(ma)halgaˈlugiˈlapis2
vpa-To make s.t. a good price.Bangkew magdagang palabahun duk mura tabelli.When you trade make it a good price so that it will be easily bought.
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.
vsubjectN-, mag-To make things untidy, bother s.o., plague s.o.Bad behavior especially of children. It includes getting into things that shouldn’t
be touched, making things untidy or dirty, breaking things, stealing.plague s.o., to; make untidy (things); bother; untidy, to make thingsNakanak iyan gaˈi kasandalan, iyuˈ luwalmaglabbaˈ.That child cannot be endured, he is always making things untidy.Gaˈniyaˈngalabbaˈpitupeggeˈniyaˈguwaldiya.Nobody comes here to bother (steal, break things, throw things about) because there is a guard here.Pīkewlabbaˈun meˈ aˈa miyaˈan.Go and bother those people (make things untidy for them).
vsubjectN-, mag- (recip.)object-anTo beat, hit, whip, spank s.o.beat, to; hit, to; whip, to; spank, toLabedanku salikun bangkaˈasangan.I spank my younger sibling if he is naughty.Daˈakewluwalngalabedpeggeˈ peddiˈan saweˈnun.Don’t always hit because it hurts your companion.lagutlubak
vsubjectpa-, mag- (recip.), mag-#-an (repet.)To pass or go by (some place or person).pass, to; stop in passingMaglabey kite si lān.We passed each other on the trail.Palabeykulumaˈ si Dendeensiniˈ.I went by Dende’s house earlier.Bangiye nabuˈ maglabeyaniyelumaˈ si Dende.When she goes shopping she passes by the house of Dende.
Maglabey ne kite.Greeting to one going in the opposite direction (lit. we (dual) are passing each other).Palabey kami.Greeting to people in a house as one passes (lit. we (ex) pass by).Gey kew (kaˈam) palabey?Greeting to friend(s) passing by (lit. won’t you stop for a while?).
vsubjectN-To pass by a place or a house and stop in order to get s.t.pass by to get s.t.; pass by to deliver s.t.Ngalabeykusigupanpu si Neneˈ.I’ll stop to get cigarettes at Nene’s.Amban Lamitan kuininngalabeykenna.I will pass by Lamitan to get fish.Niyaˈ ambananku ley si langgal; labeyte dahuˈ.I left something at the mosque. I’ll just stop and get it.Bangkuhap Lamitan lān amban Badjaˈkungalabey si Dende.When I go to Lamitan I take the road via Badjaˈ to get Dende.
vsubjectN-#-anobject-anTo pass a house or place in order to deliver s.t.; to take s.t. somewhere.Hangkan kutiggelpeggeˈbillaˈikungalabeyanbadjuˈ bagaykun amban lumaˈne.I took a long time because I went and delivered my friend’s blouse at her house.Labeyankudahuˈdulangininpī si lumaˈdembuwaˈ miyaˈan.I’ll take this rice mound across to the other house first.sagidlanggal22
vsubjectmaka-objectta-To experience s.t., to come across s.t.experience s.t.; come across s.t.Used usually of difficult or neutral experiences only.Gaˈku bakas makalabeykuweˈkawulaˈa iyan.I have never come across behavior like that person’s (behavior).Darannekumakalabeybahaya.I have often experienced misfortune.Ekkanetalabeyku bayuˈ-bayuˈan kasigpitan.I have already experienced many kinds of difficulties.Ekkanetalabeyku bayuˈ-bayuˈan pagusaha bugaˈiduku ngatu dayahan.I have experienced many ways (lit. kinds) of earning a living but I have not managed to become rich.
advMore than, exceeding s.t., past (a certain time).more than; exceeding s.t.; past a certain time; extending beyondexaggerateLabine lisag sempūˈ behuku tuli.It was past ten o’clock when I fell asleep.Labipe pangurungnen amban pinākukun.He gave more than what I asked for.sobralampaskulang
vsubjectpa-, mag-For s.t. to extend beyond or exceed (what is expected).Maglabisinsilyu pangurungne akuhin.The change she gave me exceeded (what I should have got).Palabi kamisunnen amban badjuˈne.Her slip extends beyond her dress.Palabikāpan lumaˈnen amban dinding.The floor of his house extends beyond the wall.liyus
vsubjectpa-To extend s.t., make s.t. more.Bangiye magbayed palabine amban bakas sinambiˈnen.When she repays she makes it more than what she borrowed.
vsubjectN-object-anTo add to s.t.; to exaggerate s.t. (esp. of speech).Aˈa iyan ngalabibangpatekkabangiye magaka-aka.That person sometimes exaggerates when she tells something.Labihannebangniyaˈ aka-akane.She adds (to it) when she tells something.Bangku melli manggahalgaˈduwempūˈlabihannepe.If I buy mangoes for twenty pesos she adds to (them).
vsubjectN-, mag-To throw s.t. down, drop s.t.throw s.t. down; drop s.t.Daˈakaˈammaglaboˈseggit amban diyataˈlumaˈ.Don’t throw rubbish down from the house.Ngalaboˈkusīndemtahik.I dropped money into the sea.Laboˈunmeyong iyan iyuˈ luwal magsabul.Throw that cat out; he makes everything dirty.teppad
vsubjectpa-, magpa-#-an (repet.)To jump down.jump downPalaboˈ meyongin amban diyataˈlumaˈ.The cat jumped down from the house.Lumaboˈku amban tendewanpeggeˈtinalew.I jumped from the window because I was afraid.Magpalaboˈan mākanakin magdem limbu.The children keep jumping into the pool.tugpaˈ
vsubjectka-#-an, mag-To have a miscarriage; to have an abortion.miscarriage, to have a; abortionDende iyan bakas maglaboˈ.That woman had an abortion (intentionally).Bakas kalaboˈandende miyaˈan baˈahu.That woman had a miscarriage recently.(ka)lawaˈ(an)
nThe yield (of coconuts only).yield of coconutsLaboˈan lahingku iyan geyisab pakulang geyisab palabi amban duwe ngibu.The yield of my coconuts is normally around 2000 pesos (lit. does not grow less than nor exceeds
advFar; reaching far (throwing s.t. or walking).far; reaching far (throwing, walking)Bangiye nibag duk batuladju.When he throws a stone it (reaches) far.Subey iningketan manuk iyan iyuˈ ladju lengngannen.That chicken should be tied; it is walking far.talatapit
nA sound (as of waves), gurgling (as water of a flood), bubbling (of s.t. cooking).sound as waves; bubbling (of liquid); gurgling (of water)Takale pitulagak binellanen.The bubbling of what she is cooking can be heard here.Boheˈ miyaˈan bangdunuk takale pitulagaknen.When that river is flooded one can hear its gurgling here.Takale pitulagak tahikin.The sound of the sea can be heard here.28SOUNDSSOUNDS
vsubjectN-, mag-To make a bubbling or gurgling sound (as rice boiling, water tumbling).Maglagakaˈa iyan bangtuli.That person makes a gurgling sound when he sleeps.Ngalagakne binellakun.What I am cooking is bubbling already.hagak
nA basket for carrying or storing rice, made of rattan.Formerly it was also used for measuring rice. A lagaˈ is without handle and has a smallish opening. There are various sizes, from one holding
5 gantas up to one holding about 5 five-gallon cans. The smaller ones are used for
carrying rice from the field to the house. The bigger ones are used just for storage.Niyaˈ paleyku dalagaˈ.I have one lagaˈ-basket full of rice.akupparakaˈ20.6ContainersContainers
nVoice, voice quality; intonation.voice; voice quality; intonationSeddililagam si Dendehin kuweˈitupeggeˈ bakas inopera kellongnen.The voice of Dende is different now because her throat was operated on.Bangkewmissākuweˈkewlagam-lagamaˈa Giyung.When you speak it is as if you have the intonation of the Giyung people.Gaˈ takilaleku banglagamsine mamissā malaˈi si bukutin.I don’t recognize whose voice it is speaking outside.Banglella duk dende magseddili lagam.Men and women have different voice qualities.suwala
vsubjectN-, mag-For s.t. to penetrate, go or pass or soak through (as objects or liquids).go through; penetrate (of objects, liquids)Geylagbas tinimbak semento miyaˈan peggeˈsubukmanamal.That concrete cannot be penetrated by shooting because it is very thick.Lagbas bulakin weˈ ulanpeggeˈlandes.The rain penetrated the earth because it was heavy.Maglagbasne kalsarahin.The road goes all the way through now.Bisansubuk pamutus bakatnen masi ngalagbas lahaˈin.Even though the bandage of his wound is thick, still the blood soaks through.leppas2
vobjectpa-To penetrate, go all the way through (as carving s.t.)Palagbasneukil papanin pī si dengkepak.He made the carving on the board go through to the other side.Bang ukilannu papan iyan lagbasun.When you carve that board (do it) all the way through.
conjEven though; in spite of the fact that...even though; in spite of the factLegite mapatapukin, nakanak iyan luwal maghidjul.Even though we are (the ones) hiding, that child is still noisy.Lagi inurungin māku pe.Even though they (are the ones who) have been given, they still ask.Geyiye mekeˈurung, lagidayahanneiye.He doesn’t give, even though he is already rich.besebisan