nThe top of s.t.; surface.top of s.t.; surfaceLamisahanin, lanuˈ diyataˈnen.The surface of the table is smooth.
prepOn; on top of; inland-toward-location, up in the hills.on; on top of; inland-toward-locationNiyaˈmanuk-manukdiyataˈkayu.There is a bird in/on the tree.Libruhin diyataˈ lamisahan.The book is on top of the table.Lahatkun laˈi diyataˈ.My place is up in the hills.diyawaˈ
vsubjectpa-, -um-, mag-#-an (repet.)To go up (to the hills); go further inland; go upstairs.go up; go inlandPadiyataˈkuhap Kurestal.I go up to Korestal.Maki kami dumiyataˈ bang ubus hinang kami matuˈuhin.We will be able to go up (to the hills or up into the house) when we have finished our work here.(pa)dahik
vsubjectmag-To place s.t. on top of s.t. else.place s.t. on topPadiyataˈku libruhin diyataˈ libru dembuwaˈ.I placed the book on top of the other book.Bangku magbella buwas magpadiyataˈ kemuntiˈ ku.When I cook rice I place camote on top.
vsubjectN-To outdo s.o. (in behavior, looks, possessions, etc.).outdo s.o.Aˈa iyan diyataˈanne ku.That person outdoes me.Dende iyan basag ngandiyataˈan saweˈne.That woman outdoes her companions in many things.lindi