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attach by tying down or stitchinglagket1lagkɜtSCE.attach by tying down or stitchingder.lagketen2der.mi-ilagket
attach s.th. by tying it down or stitching to s.th. elselagketen2lagkɜtVattach s.th. by tying it down or stitching to s.th. else
attach s.th. together (to make longer)pa-isanggalen2saŋgalVattach s.th. together (to make longer)Pa-isanggalen ku ya alamli kay makagpa'.I will +attach +together the wires to +make it +longer because (their) short.
attach together (to make longer)sanggal1saŋgalSCE.attach together (to make longer)der.pa-isanggalen2
attached totapli' 1.1If someone pigtapli' a bandage, tape, paper, they have pasted it on something and attached with adhesive, string, nail or tack.7.5.2Join, attach6.7.5Fastening tool7.5.4.1Rope, string7.3.2.4.1Hang
attached to s.o. , s.o. ismegket2ʔɜgkɜtvb.statIf friends or siblings are said to megket, one is very fond of, or really likes other, and is really attached to the other as friends, pals, or barkada. 3.4.1.2Happy4.3.3Love
attaches money to bride or groom (to honor them), s.o.migta-udVs.o. attaches money to bride or groom (to honor them)A relatively new custom adapted from the Visayan lowlanders when the Tagakaulo were required to have a church wedding to get birth certificates for children and help from government programs. It is not a traditional Tagakaulo custom.
attack by striking out and bitingugdang2ʔugdaŋSCE.attack by striking out and bitingUgdangan kaw na kuda'.You were +attacked (struck and bit) by the horse.4.8.2.3Attackder.ugdangan1ugdangan1ʔugdaŋVattack by striking out and bitingUgdangan kaw na kuda'.You were +attacked (struck and bit) by the horse.Said of a dog, horse, or snake
attacked by surroundinglumpak 2lumpakVattacked by surrounding
attendtambung 1.1If a person will tumambung a meeting, he will attend it.
attend a meetingpanabu' 1.1If a person nyanabu' at a village meeting, or at the market, he is attending it.Manabu' aku i kanmu.I will +meet (and eat) at your place.7.2.5.2Follow
attend s.th.apasSCE.attend s.th.
attend s.th., willapasenVwill attend s.th.Heard in the context of attending a funeral.
attend to the needs of s.o.sanggila'saŋgilaʔSCE.attend to the needs of s.o.Can be applied to not only preparing food but to working in an office, house-helper, or a pastor in a church.7.5Arrange6.1.2.6Prepare7.5.5Organizeder.sanggila-en
attended a wakemig-adung2ˈʔa.duŋVWhen someone will mag-adung they will attend a wake for a dead person.
attended meeting , s.o.kyumantag2kantagVIf a person kyumantag something, he is attending an emergency, investigating something.
attractive young maiden of statusbiya' 1biyaʔNA biya' is a like a princess or attractive young maiden whose father or relatives are high in status or wealthy.
attractivenesskanenggeya1kaanɜŋgɜyavb.statIf a man asks what a woman's kanenggeya, he is inquiring about her attractiveness or beauty.2.3.1.8.1Beautiful
attributes of, having thepagka-pagkaN > Vhaving the attributes of
auntināʔināNaunt4.1.9.1Related by birth
authentictengteng1tɜŋtɜŋadj.val.If something is tengteng, it is the real thing, genuine.Si Dunila ya tengteng na ina nan.Dunila is her true mother.3.5.1.3.5Real3.5.1.3Trueder.nyananengteng2
authority overmigdumalaVsomeone governs something
authority over (delegated)tundan1tundanvb.statauthority over (delegated)der.katundanan
authority over (delegated), haskatundanantundanvb.statIf a person is said to have katundanan, that person has authority to govern, control, police.4.5.3Exercise authority3.3.4.1Give permission7.2.6.2Prevent from moving4.6.4Rule
authority represented by a name, one’sngalan1 2ŋalann.possdone’s authority represented by a namethe name of s.o.der.pigngalan2der.pigngalananneg.ex.phrwala' ngalani
avalanchednyatunu'nyatunuʔvb.statavalanched1.2.1.1MountainGeoggeography
avengemalit1malitSCE.avenge; seek revengeSimpamantakder.magmalitder.malitan2der.migmalit2
avenge a deathunung1ʔunuŋSCE.avenge a deathder.mag-unungder.pa-unung2der.pig-unungan1
avenge the death of anotherpa-unung2ʔunuŋVavenge the death of another4.8.2.5Revenge
avenges the death of another, s.o.malitan2malitVs.o. avenges the death of anotherUsually the task of a family member
avocado treebukadubukaduNAvocado tree1.5.1TreeBotbotany
avoid by going aroundaliwus1ʔa.ˈli.wusSCE.avoid by going aroundder.aliwusunder.pig-aliwus2
avoid, going around toaliwusunVgoing around to avoid
avoided, somethingbewi 2bɜwiVsomething avoided
awake but not thrashing aroundtana'2tanaʔVsick but walking around; awake but not thrashing aroundSaid of a sick person:
awakenpukawpukawSCE.awakender.pukawun
awaken momentarilygisenggisɜŋRLgyumisengSCE.awaken momentarily
awaresalipsip1salipsipRLkyasalipsip2kyasalipsipanSCE.aware
aware of, becamekyasalipsip2salipsipvb.statbecame aware ofKyasalipsip ku ya pigbalawbalawan mayu kumanggabi.I became aware of your conversation last night (because I was sitting nearby listening in on it). 2.3.2Hear
awhile agoidtu munaʔidtu munaawhile agoUsually within the memory of one’s lifetime.
awltummu-ayNawl
awl, antumu-aytumu.ʔayNan awl6.7Tool
awoke momentarily, s.o.gyumisenggisɜŋVs.o. awoke momentarily
axe (kind where handle inserts into head)palakulpalakulNA palakul is an axe of the kind where the handle inserts into the steel head.This kind of axe has an steel head and a wood handle. The older type of axe was a “wasay” and the head was tied to the wood handle.
axe, indigenouswasaywasayNA wasay was an indigenous axe that is no longer used.6.2.8Agricultural toolarch