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pompong

vFor s.t. to split in two (pieces).split in twoPompong sawalnen si tuˈutne.His trousers split at the knee.
vsubjectN-, mag- (repet.)To split s.t. into two pieces (as coconut or cacao pods etc.).Iye tarabahunen magpompong kakew.His work is to split cacao fruit.Mompongnekubeteng inin?Shall I split this (green) coconut?Pompongunne lahingin.Split the coconuts now.kepak29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

punggel

vFor s.t. to be beheaded.Arakpunggel panumbaliˈne manukin.When he butchered the chicken it was almost beheaded.
vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo behead s.t.; cut the head off s.t.behead; cut off headIt is often used even if the head was not totally severed but so severely cut at the
throat that death occurred.
Aˈa iyan bahani munggel.That person is bold enough to behead (people).Luwaliyemunggelan bantane.He always beheads his enemies.Punggelanne bantanen.He cut the head off his enemy.putukpunggultaklung29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

punggul

v. statTo be cut or broken off (the top of a plant or tree).Punggul lahingin weˈ beliyu.The top of the coconut palm is broken off because of the wind.
v. statkapunggul-punggulan(For many trees) to have the tops cut off.Kapunggul-punggulan kayuhin weˈ baliyu.The trees had the tops broken off by the wind.
vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo cut or break off the top (of a tree or plant).cut off (top of plant); break off (top of plant)Pinunggulan weˈ ne lahingin.He cut the top of the coconut tree off.Magpunggulkayusiyepeggeˈlangkew kayuhin.They cut the treetops off because the trees are tall.kewmunggulkayu miyaˈan.Go and cut off that treetop.putukpunggeltaklung29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

putuk

nA stump (of arm or leg).stump (of arm or leg)The basal portion of a bodily part remaining after the rest is removed.Sugpatanne duk kayu putuknen.She attached wood to her stump.Luwalkatel si atag putuknen.It always itches at her stump.
vFor s.t. to be cut off, to be severed.Putuk sawehin pineddang weˈ ku.The snake is severed, slashed by me.
vsubjectN-, mag- (repet.)object-anTo cut off s.t., sever.cut off s.t.; severPutukanku sawalkun peggeˈ tahaˈ.I cut off my trousers because they are long.Iyetarabahuaˈa miyaˈan magputuk batang.The work of that person is to cut tree trunks (into pieces).Niyaˈmutukingket kābewkun.Someone severed the rope of my carabao.punggulpunggeltaklung29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

sagsap

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo cut s.t. off (with strong motion away from self, esp. of leaflets from the midrib
of a coconut leaf, or of thorns).
cut off (with strong motion away from self)Īˈiyedemlahingmagsagsappeyipaˈ.He is in the coconut grove cutting (leaflets off) midribs.kewnagsappeyipaˈ duk niyaˈ hinangte kayu.Go and cut off (leaflets of) midribs so that we can use them for wood.Sagsapanunpeyipaˈ miyaˈan hinangte kayu.Cut (the leaflets off) of the midrib of that (coconut leaf); we will use it for wood.bakbas29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

sahaˈ

vsubjectN-, mag-To tap a rubber tree (in order to make the sap (latex) flow); to make the initial
groove and to make subsequent cuts.
In rubber tapping a diagonal cut is made on one side of the tree trunk. The initial
cut is a groove that should not cut into the cambium. When the sap has stopped flowing
a narrow shaving is cut from the lower edge of the tapping groove to renew the latex
flow.
tap a rubber treeSarangsinahaˈne gomahin.The rubber tree is big enough to be tapped.Bang ubus magsahaˈ magdiskuhi.When one has finished tapping, one collects.Taˈuiyenahaˈ.He knows how to tap rubber trees.kehet29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

sampaˈ

vsubjectN-, mag-To cut up (a butchered animal or large fish).cut up (an animal or large fish)Magsampaˈkābewiye.He is cutting up a carabao.Nampaˈkudapaˈa.I am cutting off one thigh.Ubus ne sampaˈne kenna panitin.He already cut up the tuna fish.lapaˈ29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

sangkul

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo trim (the comb of a rooster, also used for trimming hair).trim, to (comb of rooster)Gaˈikutaˈumagsangkulmanuk.I don’t know how to trim (the comb of) a rooster.kewnangkulmanuk miyaˈan.Go and trim (the comb of) that chicken.Sangkulanku kōkku iyan bang gaˈi kew magsimbōng.I will trim your hair if you don’t put it up in a knot.tettep3.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ birdsVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ birds29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

sempong

vFor s.t. to be chipped; have a part cut off of s.t. (at the opening).chip off (part of an opening); cut off (part of an opening)Sempongkassaˈ miyaˈan.That bottle is chipped.
vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo chip off s.t.; cut off part of s.t. (at the opening).Sinemponganne weˈ ne behe bōˈden peggeˈ pessaˈ.He cut off the opening of their bamboo water container because it was smashed.Magsempongbōˈiye.He cuts off part of the (opening of the) bamboo water container.Nempongkewbātakan iyan, hinangte bōˈ.Cut off that bamboo; we will make a bamboo water container.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

seppeˈseppeˈan

nA hand or bunch (of bananas only).hand of bananas; bunch of bananas; bananas, hand or bunch ofPiyesīndeseppeˈuyat inin?How much money is this hand of bananas?Hadjeseppeˈanuyatinin.This hand of bananas is huge.boleuyat1.14Parts of plants or fruitParts of plants or fruit
vsubjectN-, mag-To cut into hands, cut off the stalk (of bananas).Ubus ne sineppeˈ weˈ ku uyatin.I already have cut the bananas into hands.Magseppeˈuyatiye.He is cutting banana stalks up into hands.nekewneppeˈ uyatku miyaˈan de seppeˈ.Go and cut off one hand of those bananas of mine.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

seseˈ

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo shape the eyebrows or hair in front of the ears (sideburns).shape (eyebrows or sideburns); eyebrows, to shapeTaˈuiyeneseˈShe knows how to shape the eyebrows.Seseˈanne kileynen duk tilud.She shaped her eyebrows so that they would be straight.keke29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

sipi2

nThe smaller section of s.t. (that was cut in unequal parts).section (smaller one of two)Si kaˈu hadja sipinen.The smaller section is for you.
vTo be unequal in size (of pieces cut); off center.unequal size (of s.t. cut); off centerSipi pangepakte marangin.We cut the marang in unequal parts.Sipibuwibudan kōkne.His cowlick is off center.
vsubjectpa-To cut s.t. into pieces of unequal size.Bangkew magpompong beteng daˈa pasipihun.When you cut the coconut don’t cut it unequally.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING
vnipiFor the smaller part of s.t. left to be done (as in weeding, plowing, clearing land).Nipine kinellukun, sōng ubus ne.A small part of what I am weeding is left (to be done); it will soon be finished.

sisiˈ

vsubjectN-, mag-object+/-#-anTo remove (skin of an animal or bark of a tree); take off (skin or bark); to skin
(an animal).
remove (skin or bark); skin, toSisiˈunnekuwitsapiˈ iyan.Take the skin off that cow.Ubus ne sinisiˈan kambingin.That goat has already been skinned.kewnisiˈlabet hinang tepisan.Remove the fibrous cover (from the coconut leaf) to make a wrapping (for cassava being pressed).Nabang ku magsisiˈ kuwit sapiˈ.I am helping skin the cow.ān29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING1.13Verbs used in connection w/ plantsVerbs used in connection w/ plants

songget

nA pole or stick for picking fruit.pole (for picking fruit); fruit picking stick; pick fruit (with a stick)It is usually a bamboo pole with a curved knife used for picking coconuts. For other
fruit a pole, a forked stick, or one with a hook is used.
Niyaˈsonggetku.I have a fruit-picking pole.sorok120.1ToolsTools
vsubjectN-, mag-To pick fruit (with a pole).Magsonggetlahingku.I pick coconuts with a pole.Songgetun lahingkun sumu.Pick my coconuts tomorrow.Niyaˈnenongget lahingkun.Someone is already picking my coconuts.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

sorok1

nA pole or stick (for picking fruit, often with a hook or curved knife).pole (for picking fruit); pick fruit (with a stick); fruit picking stickUmabutnesorok iyan pagsorok lahing peggeˈ tahaˈ du.That pole is long enough for picking coconuts because it is long.songget20.1ToolsTools
vsubjectN-, mag-To pick fruit (with a long pole).Sorokunbuwaˈmangga iyan.Pick that mango fruit.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

soso

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo peel, shave (sugarcane only).shave sugarcane; peel sugarcaneSosohanku tebbukun.I am peeling my sugarcane.Bangkaˈammagsosotebbu sewutanun bi kuwitnen.When you peel sugarcane catch the peelings.Nosonekew dīhanannu.Peel it yourself.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

sumbaliˈ

vsubjectN-, mag-To slaughter; butcher.Also occasionally used of people when they were killed by having the throat cut.slaughter, to; butcher, toSumbaliˈne manukkun.He slaughtered my chicken.Taˈuiyenumbaliˈsapiˈ.He knows how to butcher a cow.Magsumbaliˈsapiˈ pangawin iyehin.When she married a cow was butchered.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

sinumbaliˈ

nMeat (that which was butchered).meatGeykumangansinumbaliˈ.I don’t eat meat.binatangisi421.5General termsGeneral terms

tabas

vsubjectN-, mag-To cut, or cut out (cloth, material, fabric in making clothes).cut clothTraditionally Yakans cut out cloth with a small knife not with scissors.Taˈuiyemagtabas.She knows how to cut (cloth).Nabaskusawal duk gunting.I cut out pants with scissors.Tabasku badjuˈnen.I cut out her blouse.iris29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing

tabla11

nA wooden board.board, wooden

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v. statHand hewn (of wood).Papantablakāpan lumaˈkun.The floor of my house is of hand hewn boards.
vsubjectN-, mag-To split boards (from a log by driving in a wedge); to hew boards (by hand).split boards from a log (with wedge); hew boards, toTablahunkayu iyan.Split that tree into boards (with a wedge).Magtablaiyekahabaˈellew.He hews boards every day.Niyaˈnablakayu bakas tinebbengkun.Someone is splitting the tree I felled into boards.19.6Verbs used in connection w/ carpentryVerbs used in connection w/ carpentry29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

taklung

vFor s.t. to be without the top or head.Weˈeykayu iyan taklung?Why is that tree without a top?
vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo top s.t. (as plants); behead s.t. (as people); cut the top off s.t.top s.t.; behead; cut top off s.t.Magtaklungjambanganiye.She is topping plants.Naklungkewjambangan iyan bu nu nanemne.Top those plants and plant them.Niyaˈaˈatinaklunganlaˈi si puweblo.A person was beheaded there in town.punggelpunggulputuk29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

tanghab

nAn opening (hole in a coconut); the mouth (of a bamboo water container, which is cut
at an angle); notches (in a tree trunk).
opening in coconut; notch (in tree trunk or bamboo); mouth (of bamboo water container)Tehebanun beteng iyan, paluhahun tanghabnen.Cut that coconut; widen its opening.Dikiˈtanghab boloˈin.The mouth of the bamboo water container is small.10.5Nouns used in connection w/ coconutsNouns used in connection w/ coconuts
vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo notch (a tree or bamboo pole), to cut the opening (of a bamboo water container
or coconut, at an angle).
notch, to; cut opening at an angleTanghabanun boloˈkun.Cut the opening on my bamboo water container (at an angle).Īˈiyemagtanghabboloˈ.He is gone to cut the mouth of the bamboo water container.Nanghabbekewkayu iyan.Make notches into that tree.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING

tebbaˈ

vsubjectN-, mag-To cut down (a banana plant to get the fruit).cut banana plant and stalkTebbaˈunneuyat iyan.Cut that banana plant now.Sarangtinebbaˈneuyat iyan peggeˈ toˈe ne.That banana plant is ready to be cut now because it is already ripe.Nebbaˈnekew uyatku iyan.Cut that banana plant of mine now.iyediyataˈpunumagtebbaˈuyat.He goes to the mountain to cut bananas.tebbenguyat29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING1.13Verbs used in connection w/ plantsVerbs used in connection w/ plants

tebbeng

vsubjectN-, mag-To fell (a tree).fell (a tree)Tebbengnekayu si bihing lumaˈkun.He felled a tree near my house.Magtebbengkayusiye ley dem gulangan.They are felling trees there in the forest.Sinenebbeng lahingku miyaˈan?Who felled that coconut tree of mine?kehet29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING1.13Verbs used in connection w/ plantsVerbs used in connection w/ plants

teheb

vsubjectN-, mag-object-anTo make a hole (in a coconut by chipping off some of the husk and shell so one can
drink the water).
hole in coconut, to make (to get the water)Bangkew batang nginum boheˈ lahing tehebanun lahing iyan.If you want to drink the water of a coconut, make a hole in that coconut.Nehebkew lahingku miyaˈan.Make a hole in that coconut of mine.Magtehebbetengsiye.They are making holes in coconuts.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING10.4Verbs used in connection w/ coconutsVerbs used in connection w/ coconuts

tengaˈ

nOne half of s.t.half of s.t.Pangurungne aku den tengaˈ buwasnen.She gave me one half of her rice.būddangew

tengaˈ metroOne half meter.sīng tengaˈ1/4 of a measure (meter, cup, etc.).tengaˈ sīng tengaˈ3/4 of a measure (meter, cup, etc.).

vsubjectmag-To divide s.t. into two equal amounts or pieces; to half s.t.half s.t., to; divide into two (equal pieces or amounts)Tengaˈne buwasnen.She divided her rice in two equal amounts.Magtengaˈne kite kennanu iyan.Let’s half that fish of yours.Magtengaˈsiyebuwasda karutin.They divide one sack of rice into two equal amounts.29WAYS OF CUTTINGWAYS OF CUTTING
v. statnengaˈTo be half way or midway between two points.half way between two pointsNengaˈnebuwasda karutin.One sack of rice is half way down.Nengaˈne ellewin si lettuhan.The sun is half way up to the zenith.Nengaˈ bahangi tekkaden.They arrived at midnight.Niyaˈbadjuˈ pangurungne aku, hatu ne meˈ nengaˈ.She gave me a blouse; perhaps it is already approximately half way between (old and new).Hatunekami meˈ nengaˈ si lān behu magkaˈat jīpin.We were perhaps approximately half way on the road when the jeep broke down.