vsubjectN-#-an, mag-object-anTo take off s.t. (as clothes).take off s.t. (clothes)Luwasanunne tehompaˈnun.Take your shoes off.Tuˈukewdiyalemmagluwas badjuˈin.Take your blouse off inside here.Nakanak iyan taˈu ne ngaluwasan badjuˈnen.That child can already take his shirt off.ānasek23.6Verbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressingVerbs and adjectives used in connection w/ sewing and dressing2
vsubjectN-To bring out s.t., express (of thoughts and speech).bring out (speech, thoughts)Luwasunine-inedem ateynun.Express whatever is in your heart.Geykutaˈungaluwas bissākun. (Iyaˈ ku atawa gey ku bahani atawa maˈaseˈ ku atawa gey ku makaˈaraˈ-araˈ.)I can’t get my words out. (I am shy or not bold or have pity or don’t dare.)guwaˈ3
vsubjectpa-, -um-, mag-#-an (repet.)To go outside (of room, house, forest, etc.).go outsidePaluwasku amban dem bilik.I go outside of the room.Lumuwaskudibuhiˈ mayaman bang ine mamagedduhin.I went outside last night to see what made the noise.Daˈakaˈammagluwasan amban dem lumaˈ.Don’t keep going outside the house.4
v. statTo be out (outside) of s.t. (that is confining in some way).Luwas badjuˈnen si pamagubasan.His shirt came off when he ran away.Luwas bissānen si aku.He told me (lit. his speech is out to me).Lumuwasneiye amban kalabusu peggeˈ taˈabut ne temponen (libri).He is out of prison because his time is up (he is free).Lumuwas manuk-manukin amban dem kulungan (leppa).The bird is out of the cage (it escaped).Lumuwasiye amban dem tarabahune (pinatahalaˈ).He is out of work (was laid off).